Articles about PGIMER

A state funeral for late Milkha Singh, announces Punjab CM

19 Jun 2021

India
A state funeral for late Milkha Singh, announces Punjab CM

Milkha Singh will be accorded a state funeral by the Punjab government and a day of mourning will be observed to pay respects to late sports legend, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh said today.

Gastrointestinal symptoms like diarrhea, nausea, vomiting prevalent in COVID-19 patients

27 Nov 2020

Technology
Gastrointestinal symptoms like diarrhea, nausea, vomiting prevalent in COVID-19 patients

An ongoing study by a team at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh showed that gastrointestinal (GI) manifestations are prevalent in 27% of the COVID-19 patients sampled.

Coronavirus: India reserves Rs. 50,000 crore for vaccinating entire country

22 Oct 2020

India
Coronavirus: India reserves Rs. 50,000 crore for vaccinating entire country

The Indian government has reportedly set aside Rs. 50,000 crore to ensure that the COVID-19 vaccine reaches the entire country.

SII gets nod for Oxford COVID vaccine phase 2/3 trials

03 Aug 2020

India
SII gets nod for Oxford COVID vaccine phase 2/3 trials

The Serum Institute of India (SII) has gotten the approval to conduct phase 2 and 3 human clinical trials of the COVID-19 vaccine candidate developed by Oxford University.

Coronavirus: India's tally nears 40,000; death toll crosses 1,300

03 May 2020

India
Coronavirus: India's tally nears 40,000; death toll crosses 1,300

India on Saturday reported over 39,000 cases of COVID-19 while the death toll crossed 1,300.

Gurdas Maan, Honey Singh pay tribute to SI Harjeet Singh

28 Apr 2020

Entertainment
Gurdas Maan, Honey Singh pay tribute to SI Harjeet Singh

The Punjab Police have launched a nationwide campaign #MainBhiHarjeetSingh to highlight the services of policemen and other front-line workers fighting the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

Police attacked in Punjab's Patiala; cop's hand chopped off

12 Apr 2020

India
Police attacked in Punjab's Patiala; cop's hand chopped off

Early Sunday morning, cops were attacked at a wholesale vegetable market in the Patiala district of Punjab, the police said.

Coronavirus: India's death toll crosses 200; Maharashtra nears 100-mark

10 Apr 2020

India
Coronavirus: India's death toll crosses 200; Maharashtra nears 100-mark

Four days after crossing the 100-mark, India's death toll due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) surged past 200 on Thursday.

Coronavirus: India's death-toll nears 200 as Centre mulls extending lockdown

09 Apr 2020

India
Coronavirus: India's death-toll nears 200 as Centre mulls extending lockdown

In Maharashtra, the worst-hit state in the coronavirus outbreak in India, the number of infections surged past 1,000 on Wednesday, with close to 700 cases located in the state capital of Mumbai alone.

Coronavirus: India's death toll crosses 140; COVID-19 cases cross 4,000

07 Apr 2020

India
Coronavirus: India's death toll crosses 140; COVID-19 cases cross 4,000

The coronavirus outbreak in India seems to be accelerating as 704 positive cases were reported in the past 24 hours, the highest single-day jump yet.

Coronavirus: All Bhopal shops closed until further orders, says DM

05 Apr 2020

India
Coronavirus: All Bhopal shops closed until further orders, says DM

The Bhopal district of Madhya Pradesh will now face a stricter lockdown as the number of coronavirus cases continue to rise.

Coronavirus: India's death toll nears 100-mark; over 3,000 cases reported

05 Apr 2020

India
Coronavirus: India's death toll nears 100-mark; over 3,000 cases reported

In the last 24 hours, the number of cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) jumped by 525, the Ministry of Health confirmed. This is the largest single-day spike in coronavirus cases.

Punjab: Drug officer shot by chemist, whose license she canceled

30 Mar 2019

India
Punjab: Drug officer shot by chemist, whose license she canceled

Neha Shoree, an officer of the Punjab government's Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) wing, was shot dead on Friday at her office near Mohali by a chemist whose license she had canceled a decade ago.

Four terminally ill patients receive new life after kidney transplant

26 Oct 2018

India
Four terminally ill patients receive new life after kidney transplant

Four terminally ill renal failure patients received a new lease of life after receiving kidneys of two men who died of cardiac arrest at a hospital in Chandigarh.

IISc best university, Miranda best college: Top institutes in 8-categories

03 Apr 2018

India
IISc best university, Miranda best college: Top institutes in 8-categories

The Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, and Miranda House of Delhi University have emerged as the best university and college respectively in government rankings this year.

PGIMER doctor suicide: He kept seeking help, but nobody listened

28 Feb 2018

India
PGIMER doctor suicide: He kept seeking help, but nobody listened

A day after a 24-year-old junior resident at the PGIMER (Chandigarh) killed himself, his mother expressed regret for not paying attention to his distress.

RSS Vice-President shot at in Punjab

08 Aug 2016

Politics
RSS Vice-President shot at in Punjab

Vice-President of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Jagdish Gagneja, was shot on 6th August, 2016 in Jalandhar.