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Mar 25, 2017
Maharashtra doctors call off five-day old strike, evoke countrywide support from medical fraternityThe strike kick-started at the Sion general hospital on Monday, after a resident doctor was beaten up by the relatives of a patient who passed away during the treatment.
Mar 23, 2017
Devendra Fadnavis urges striking Mumbai doctors to call off stir, assures them of their safetyUnfazed by the government's warning of suspension and cutting their pay, resident doctors across various hospitals in Maharashtra continued their strike for the fourth day on Thursday.
Mar 20, 2017
Mumbai doctors' strike: 4,000 medicos go on mass leave protesting attacks by patients' kinMedical services in 17 government hospitals were disrupted on Monday when over 4,000 resident doctors went on a mass Casual Leave.
Jun 24, 2016
Ayurveda practitioner appointed Maharashtra Medical Council's registrarThe government needs a pliant council that they can manipulate to suit their needs and appointing this new registrar to the medical council is one such move
Feb 17, 2016
IMA recommends India adopt Brazil's Zika model to fight dengueDengue's incidence is higher in countries with poor sanitation as compared to developed nations. In 2015, 97,740 cases were registered in Delhi.
Jan 29, 2016
Zika virus scare: Avoid travelling to the Americas, warn health expertsIn its latest advisory, the Indian Medical Association (IMA) has also cautioned pregnant women to avoid travelling to countries at risk of Zika virus transmission.
Dec 11, 2015
Medical negligence law reform: Why doctors shouldn’t be demoralised, much less demonisedThe government, the Indian Medical Association (IMA) claims, has agreed to make life for doctors much smoother by making the medical negligence laws more benevolent in favour of the medical community that has been shaking in its boots ever since the Supreme Court two years ago awarded a whopping Rs 11-crore compensation to the NRI Kunal Saha who had the mortification of seeing his wife die due to the negligence of a Kolkata hospital.
May 04, 2015
At risk while saving lives: 75% Indian doctors face violence at work, reveals studyPreliminary findings of an ongoing study by the Indian Medical Association (IMA) have revealed that over 75% of doctors in India have faced some form of violence at work.
Mar 30, 2015
Where are the ethics? Surgeon posts pictures of patient's internal organs on FacebookThere are clear loopholes in our country when it comes to proper guidelines regarding use of clinical photographs on the social media.
Feb 16, 2015
There is no proof that mobile radiation causes cancerAt a time when various studies are going on whether radiation from mobile phones is harmful for health, an US expert Saturday said no study or research has proved that non-ionizing radiation, as produced by these devices, causes cancer.