Indian Medical Association calls for 'aggressive public campaign' against NMC Bill, appeals to president to withhold his assent to draft law
The Indian Medical Association (IMA) has deferred its call for the withdrawal of services to a "later date of choice," and decided an aggressive public campaign against the deleterious clauses of the National Medical Commission (NMC) Bill. IMA emergency action committee had on Sunday called for a nationwide withdrawal of services on 8 August.
West Bengal doctors' strike: Protesting medicos refuse to meet Mamata Banerjee unless she apologises; CM to meet injured intern
The doctors of West Bengal, protesting against the assault on two colleagues at NRS hospital, have sought an unconditional apology from Mamata Banerjee.
AIIMS doctors' give Mamata Banerjee 48-hour ultimatum to accept demands of medicos on strike in West Bengal, threaten indefinite protest
The resident doctors of Delhi's All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) on Saturday issued a 48-hour ultimatum to West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee to accept the demands of the agitating junior medicos failing which they will be going on an indefinite strike.
Long hours, poor facilities and insecurity: Doctors' distress is real and they have a right to strike
The problem is if medical care is an essential service, then protection of healthcare providers too is essential.
In a late night development, the Maharashtra Association of Resident Doctors (MARD) on Thursday urged all resident medicos to call off their four-day-long mass CL agitation immediately.
The Bombay High Court is likely to hear the junior doctors' mass leave on Wednesday. The HC had ordered the doctors to resume their duty on Tuesday.
After being rapped by the Bombay High Court, nearly 3,000 resident doctors from 17 government hospitals in Maharashtra decided to withdraw their mass casual leave agitation with immediate effect
Over 4,000 resident doctors in Maharashtra's government hospitals stayed away from duty on Monday to protest the incidents of attack on their colleagues, affecting the public healthcare system, an official said.
The Maharashtra Association of Resident Doctors, assured the Bombay High Court that it would not resort to strike to fulfill the demands of resident doctors in the state