All India Institute Of Medical Sciences (AIIMS): News | Page 7

08 Jul 2017

Health & Wellness

150 pins found in man's body, doctors suspect mental illness

In April, Badrilal Meena, who hails from Barda Village in Kota, underwent a CT scan revealing that he had 75 pins embedded in his body.

28 Jun 2017

Mumbai

Heavy rains lash Mumbai for the fourth consecutive day

Mumbai had another round of downpour for the fourth consecutive day that caused huge traffic snarls and train delays for commuters.

24 Jun 2017

Karnataka

Karnataka CET topper gets an AIR-4 in NEET

Sankeerth Sadananda has done it yet again. He has not only topped in Common Entrance Test, 2017 in Karnataka but also secured an all India rank of 4 in NEET, 2017.

15 Jun 2017

Surat

AIIMS declares MBBS results 2017, Surat's Nisha is the topper

The results of AIIMS MBBS 2017 are out. They are available on the official website at www.aiimsexam.org.

12 Jun 2017

Delhi

Delhi hospital fined for leaving needle in woman's uterus

A private hospital was imposed Rs. 30 lakh as negligence cost for leaving a needle behind in a woman's uterus after her delivery in 2009.

06 Jun 2017

India

States run out of life-saving medicines months after HIV/AIDS Bill

Not even two months after India passed the HIV/AIDS (Prevention and Control) Bill, 2017, ensuring dignity and equal rights to patients, at least six states have run out of live-saving drugs.

30 May 2017

Delhi

Delhi- IAS trainee drowns while saving friend

Thirty-year-old trainee IAS officer Ashish Dahiya drowned in a swimming pool in South Delhi's Ber Sarai while trying to save a drowning friend.

25 May 2017

Delhi

AIIMS emergency distressed due to shortage of doctors

The emergency wing of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) receives more than 500 patients daily and is short-staffed to handle the same.

17 May 2017

Delhi

Delhi accident- Death toll reaches four, three fighting for life

A fourth student succumbed to her injuries a day after a horrific accident in Delhi's Punjabi Bagh. While Sanchit and Ritu died on the spot, the driver Rajat breathed his last a few hours later.

16 May 2017

Delhi

Punjabi Bagh accident- Parents of victims to donate their eyes

Parents of Sanchit and Ritu, both killed in a car accident in Delhi, have decided to donate the eyes of their children.

15 May 2017

Delhi

Delhi- Two students killed, five injured as car flies-off bridge

Two teenagers were killed and five others injured when the Honda City they were in fell off a flyover in Delhi's Punjabi Bagh.

09 May 2017

India

National survey on drug abuse in India after 15 years

The social justice and empowerment ministry has constituted a committee to undertake a survey on the use and abuse of drugs in the country; the last survey (2001) is over 15 years old.

03 May 2017

India

Gurugram: Pet dog kidnapped, killed and eaten

On Tuesday, 'People for Animals', India's largest animal rights organization, filed a police complaint alleging that a missing pet dog had been beaten to death and then eaten by a group of people in Gurugram's DLF Phase-II area.

02 May 2017

Delhi

Delhi HC questions unavailability of drinking water at Metro stations

The Delhi High Court asked why metro stations have not yet provided free basic services like drinking water and sanitation to its commuters.

25 Apr 2017

Pakistan News

Delhi: Elderly Muslim man humiliated, told 'go to Pakistan'

Youths on the Delhi Metro denied an elderly Muslim man a seat, and hurled insults at him over his appearance.

24 Apr 2017

Delhi Police

IAF Officer, colleague beaten, Delhi Police arrest 3

Delhi Police arrested a milk supplier, a hotel employee and a nightclub bouncer for assaulting an IAS Officer and his colleague in South Delhi's Tughlaqabad.

23 Apr 2017

Delhi

South Delhi: Buffalo transporters attacked by cow vigilantes

It was reported that "animal rights activists", allegedly a part of the NGO People for Animals, attacked three men in South Delhi who were transporting buffaloes, assuming they were cow-smugglers.

20 Apr 2017

India

India's blind population to reduce drastically after new definition

India has introduced a new definition of blindness, in accordance with World Health Organization criteria, after over four decades.

19 Apr 2017

India

Addiction to internet and social media on the rise

Technology has opened the doors to a whole new range of addictions, the most noteworthy being addiction to internet, or specifically, social media.

11 Apr 2017

India

UP: Six AIIMS 25 medical colleges in the works

The Yogi Adityanath government has initiated the process of setting up six new AIIMS and 25 medical colleges in the state.

07 Apr 2017

Bipin Rawat

CRPF Commandant Chetan Cheeta: Ready to dance and enjoy scotch

45-year-old CRPF Commandant Chetan Cheeta was discharged on Wednesday from AIIMS, after recovering from his coma which lasted for weeks.

05 Apr 2017

Bipin Rawat

CRPF commandant Chetan Cheeta will be home soon

Chetan Kumar Cheeta, a CRPF commandant who had plunged into deep coma two months ago has miraculously regained consciousness.

30 Mar 2017

Delhi Police

Last Day, Last Show: Delhi's Regal Cinema closes down

85-year-old Regal Cinema of CP will shut down on 30th March and will make a comeback as a multiplex.

28 Mar 2017

Delhi Police

Audit of PUC centres in Delhi discloses flaws

Till Mid-March, the transport department of Delhi carried out audits at 709 out of the 968 pollution under control (PUC) centres.

23 Mar 2017

Delhi High Court

CP's Regal theatre to shut down on 31st March

After proclaiming its steady decline several times, Connaught Place's Regal Theatre will shut down on 31st March as it is going out of business.

17 Mar 2017

Jharkhand

AIIMS nurses on strike, take 'mass casual leave'

Over 2,000 staff nurses from the All India Institute of Medical Services (AIIMS) went on a mass casual leave on Friday in the pursuit of better wages.

16 Mar 2017

Delhi Police

Passenger capacity at Delhi Airport may be doubled

On Wednesday, the Centre said it was contemplating a plan that would almost double the passenger-handling capacity of the IGI Airport.

10 Mar 2017

Delhi

IS threat imposes high-alert on Capital city

Delhi has been put on high-alert with intelligence inputs suggesting that the capital may be targeted by the Islamic State to "avenge" the encounter killing of the terrorist in Lucknow.

24 Feb 2017

Bipin Rawat

CRPF CO Chetan Cheeta critical but stable

According to a recently released medical bulletin, Commanding Officer of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Chetan Cheeta remains critical but stable.

AIIMS fires resident doctor over death of nurse

AIIMS fired a resident doctor for "wilful absence of duties", and served notice to a consultant "for not being available for the emergency", after a pregnant nurse died during delivery.

19 Feb 2017

Bipin Rawat

CRPF Commanding Officer in "good condition" now

CRPF Commanding Officer Chetan Cheeta is currently undergoing treatment at the AIIMS Trauma Centre in Delhi.

IGI becomes world's 12th busiest airport, records highest growth rate

The IGI has become the only Indian airport to enter the world's top-15 league, becoming the 12th busiest airport in November'16, a Civil Aviation Organization report has revealed.

08 Feb 2017

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)

Jat agitation reaches Delhi

Hundreds of Jat community members gathered at Najafgarh in southwest Delhi and staged a peaceful protest.

06 Feb 2017

Delhi Police

11 Asha Kiran inmates died in 2 months, finds DCW

DCW said 11 inmates at the government-run Asha Kiran mental care home had died in two months.

30 Jan 2017

Venkaiah Naidu

Fog delays trains and flights, many cancelled

Twenty trains have been delayed, 10 rescheduled and one cancelled as dense fog envelops Delhi.

21 Jan 2017

Delhi

Delhi winter woes and more

21 flights were delayed for hours yesterday morning due to fog and closure of air space.

Asaram Bapu's son seeks bail to contest elections

Self-styled godman Asaram Bapu's son Narayan Sai is behind bars in a rape case at Lajpore Central jail since December 2013.

03 Jan 2017

Mobikwik

AIIMS to use MobiKwik for cashless payments

All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi has partnered with MobiKwik to enable digital payments for staff and patients using the mobile wallet.

30 Dec 2016

Mobikwik

MobiKwik registers 1000% growth post-demonetization

Mobile payments platform MobiKwik registered 1000% growth after the demonetization scheme was announced in November, crossing the one million user mark on its network.

29 Dec 2016

Manish Sisodia

Delhi, braving the chill and making news!

Delhi's popular shopping destination, Khan market's authorities have refused any addition to the security, fearing that increased security will drive away the customers.

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