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Jul 01, 2019
National Doctor’s Day 2019: Initiative an attempt to raise awareness about issues ailing medical communityNational Doctor’s Day is a United Nations-mandated cause which is observed in India on 1 July every year. This occasion marks the birth and death anniversary of Bidhan Chandra Roy, the first Chief Minister of West Bengal, who is also one of the most renowned Indian physicians.
Apr 25, 2018
Centre needs to check medical malpractices by boosting public healthcare system, forming better regulationsThe recent comments of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in London once again raised the topic of malpractices in the medical profession and government’s efforts at stamping them out.
Dec 20, 2017
NMC Bill 2016: Reform aims to curb rot in medicine but threatens to backfire unless certain facets are rectifiedAn honest cursory look at the proposed NMC bill shows it is a well-intentioned move barring, of course, a few deficiencies that can still be rectified.
Dec 17, 2017
IMA opposes draft bill scrapping Medical Council of India, says move will cripple medical professionIMA has strongly opposed the draft bill that seeks to replace the Medical Council of India with a new body, claiming it will cripple the medical profession
Aug 20, 2017
Bombay HC concerned over declining sex ratio, cracks the whip on violation of determination testsThe Bombay High Court has voiced concern over the declining sex ratio and said a lenient approach cannot be taken while deciding matters pertaining to violation of sex determination laws.
Jul 17, 2013
Denial of pay to foreign docs in AIIMS is unconstitutional, rules HCDenial of emoluments to foreign medicos pursuing PG courses in AIIMS and not treating them on par with Indians in terms of salary is "violative" of the Fundamental Right to Equality guaranteed even to non-citizens on Indian soil, Delhi High Court has held
Feb 07, 2012
Nurses vs Doctors: How the backbone of Kerala is fighting for their dueDoes it matter that for every doctor, you need many nurses and without them, hospitals will crumble? The contrarian stand of the doctors clearly demonstrates the power and class inequality in the healthcare sector.