Oops! Kapil Sharma in trouble over 'vulgar' depiction of nurses in his show

Oops! Kapil Sharma in trouble over 'vulgar' depiction of nurses in his show

Comedy king Kapil Sharma seems to be in trouble over unpleasant representation of nurses in his new show. According to India Today, Kapil paramedics in Amritsar's government hospitals are not too happy with the way a nurse has been portrayed on 'The Kapil Sharma Show'.

Need to revive nursing profession in India: IMA

According to estimates available, it said India was the source of the highest number of nurses recruited from non-EU countries into Britain's National Health Service (NHS) between 2009 and 2015.

Surgeries, emergency services hit as nurses go on mass leave

At Safdarjung Hospital, 70 routine surgeries had to be rescheduled as 25 out of the 30 operation theatres were shut.

Nurses warn of strike from March 15 over demands

An organisation representing nurses on Monday warned of striking work in public hospitals from March 15 if their demands for all benefits as per the Seventh Pay Commission recommendations were not met immediately.

Nurses to go on relay hunger strike from Friday

Nurses to go on relay hunger strike from Friday

 The All India Government Nurses Federation will go on a relay hunger strike from Friday to February 27 to press for their demand to be paid all benefits recommended by the Seventh Pay Commission.

MCD hospital doctors, staff to join sanitation workers' strike

Dr R R Gautam, President, Municipal Corporation Doctors Association said they have given a notice to the Commissioner of North Delhi announcing their decision to join the strike.

Two questions to detect delirium in seconds

 Asking just two questions may be able to help nurses and doctors quickly and easily identify delirium, a cognitive condition that results in confused thinking and reduced awareness of your environment, says a study.

12-hour shifts for nurses may affect patient care

Hospital nurses who work longer than 12-hour shifts have a higher risk of wanting to leave their job, and more likely to burn out in terms of emotional exhaustion, thereby affecting quality and safety of patient care.

NSNA turns down Nagaland govt proposal for Act amendment

 The agitating Nagaland Staff Nurse Association (NSNA) on Wednesday turned down the proposal of the government for amendment of the existing Nagaland Nursing Service Rule 1988 and decided to further extend their mass casual leave for another three days.

Nurses go on mass casual leave in Nagaland

The Nagaland Staff Nurse Association (NSNA) and Nursing Sisters without Degree and Diploma went on a three-day mass casual leave from Monday to press for their demands.

Nurses' job scam: Kochi immigration officer to appear before court today

L Adolfus, the protector of emigrants (PoE) in Kochi who was arrested on Monday in an alleged scam related to recruitment of nurses from the state to be deployed in Kuwait, will appear before a court on Tuesday.

Nurses helping people in difficult situations honoured

Octogenarian Vanhnuaithangi, Sarojini Naik and Rehana Kousar are rare examples of dedication in difficult terrain. 

Operation Rahat to evacuate Indians from strife-torn Yemen ends today

Operation Rahat to evacuate Indians from strife-torn Yemen will end on Thursday, a day after getting one-day extension.

Don't protest in sun because 'it will make you dark': Goa CM to nurses

In a remark that could land him in trouble, Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar on Tuesday allegedly advised the agitating nurses that they should not stage hunger strike in the sun because it will make them 'dark' and 'ruin their marital prospects'.

Goa CM Parsekar asks nurses not to protest in sun because 'it will make you dark'

Goa CM Parsekar asks nurses not to protest in sun because 'it will make you dark'

In a remark that could land him in trouble, Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar on Tuesday allegedly advised the agitating nurses that they should not stage hunger strike in the sun because it will make them 'dark' and 'ruin their marital prospects'.

MCD employees on strike over non-payment of salaries, garbage dumped on Delhi streets

MCD workers are protesting against the non-payment of salaries.

Meanwhile, resident doctors and nursing staff at municipal hospitals under East and North corporations have threatened to strike work from Wednesday in case their salaries are not paid.

Eight Keralite nurses leave for Libya

Despite worsening situation in strife torn Libya, eight Keralite nurses left early on Friday from here for Benghazi, not paying heed to pleas of police and NORKA (Non Resident Keralite Affairs) department about the dangers lurking there.

DU training nurses on use of sign language in hospitals

Delhi University is providing sign language training to nursing staff in hospitals across the national capital to help them deal with hearing impaired patients.

Nurses voice Ebola concerns at Washington protest

Several dozen nurses at a Washington hospital have demonstrated outside the White House, saying they are woefully ill-prepared to handle an Ebola case.

Kerala CM seeks Centre's help to bring back nurses from Libya

Kerala government has asked the Centre to take urgent steps to secure the release of 18 Malayalee nurses stranded in Libya and also five Indian fishermen, including one from Kerala, held captive in Iran.