Detectives of CBCID arrested a sweeper on Friday who was working at the Government General Hospital in Chennai for involvement in larceny of medicines from hospital and supplying them to Sanjay Kumar, who is thought to be the top dog of the bogus drug trade and from whose property the detectives have been able to detain expired medicines worth almost Rs. 2 Crore.
Brihan Mumbai Municipal Corporation has taken a decision to formulate some norms regarding the terraces of uptown building for mobile towers.
After getting loads of health danger complaints, BMC decide to take this decision. This prompted BMC to frame a policy in order to regulate mobile towers in Mumbai.
Any person found guilty of having attacked any doctor in Maharashtra could land in jail for serving at least three years and a penalty of no less than Rs. 50,000. On top of this, the offence would also be non-bailable.
As Apple's new iPad entered the retail market this week, a Rasmussen Reports' national telephone survey found that 12% of the Americans have already planned to buy it shortly and a 4% population said is likely to buy it.
However, 84% of the people said that they not much interested in buying the iPad, with a 36% of them who said that they are not all likely to go its purchase.
A couple has been arrested by police officers, for duration of nine days, after they had been found guilty of being linked with the murder of their HIV-positive nephew.
Dandan Devi and her husband Leishangthem Shyam Singh, had been arrested yesterday after their nephew, Sanjenbam German, an 18 year old guy, who had been found with marks of injuries on his head, on the roadsides at Malom, which is under Nambol police station, situated in Bishnupur district of Manipur.
On Thursday, the Bombay High Court issued notice to the commissioner of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) and Sion Police, following a public interest litigation filed by the mother of a seven- year-old boy who lost an eye after a clash with a classmate in a BMC-run school.
The high court has asked their reply on the lawsuit by April 22.
Narayana Hrudayalaya to Build a Health City at Grand Cayman in Partnership with Government of Cayman
Bangalore based, Super Speciality Hospital, Narayana Hrudayalaya, has signed a contract with Government of Cayman Island to construct a Health City at Grand Cayman.
Narayana Hrudayalaya said in a statement that under the Joint Venture with Cayman Government, a multi-superspeciality hospital with 2,000 beds would be constructed in four phases on 100 acre of land.