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Three Indians killed in Nepal accident

Three Indians were killed and another was critically injured when a truck rammed into their car on the East-West Highway along the Hetauda-Narayanghat road stretch, police said on Sunday.

Student killed by speeding lorry, father injured

 One six-year-old child was killed and his father seriously injured when they were hit by a speeding lorry when they were trying to cross the road on way to school in central Kolkata this morning, police said.

Centre grants permission to YS Parmar Medial College to admit students

The Union Health Ministry has granted permission to Dr YS Parmar Medial College in Nahan to admit first batch of 100 MBBS students for the 2016-17 session.

Haryana government to open medical, law colleges in Panchkula

Haryana government to open medical, law colleges in Panchkula

Besides, a scheme was also being prepared to start metro rail in tri-city (Chandigarh-Mohali-Paunchkula) which would benefit the people, Khattar said.

PM Modi's visit: Coimbatore to be brought under tight security cordon

Over 5,000 police personnel are on security duty across the city in connection with the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi here on February 2 to dedicate a Medical College attached to ESI and to address a party public meeting.

India's first private medical college to celebrate turning 100

India's first non-governmental medical college, R.G. Kar Medical College and Hospital, which turns 100 next year, will celebrate its achievements with a formal function on December 19, organisers said on Thursday.

Private hospital in Haryana lands in controversy over 'fake' patients

Mandip Singh, Principal of 'Adesh Hospital', which is looking to admit 100 medical students, denied any wrongdoing.

Three HP hospitals to be upgraded to medical colleges: Centre

The Centre today assured full support and cooperation to the Himachal Pradesh government for improving healthcare facilities in the state, including upgradation of three district hospitals to medical colleges and opening of four trauma centres.

ESIC to run its existing medical colleges says Labour Minster

Labour Ministry has decided that Employees' State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) will continue to run its four functional medical colleges at Rajajinagar (Bangalore), K K Nagar (Chennai), Joka (Kolkata) and Rohini (Delhi).