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    Eastern Railway to engage Medical staff on contractual basis to deal with COVID-19

    Kolkata,30 March(HS): In order to jack up their all-out efforts to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, the Orthopaedic Hospital of Eastern Railway in Howrah Division here has decided to engage several Medical Practitioners and Para Medical Staff in their hospital 'on the contractual basis'.Informing this Eastern Railway sources told Hindusthan Samachar here...

    • 28 min ago
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    BJP donates Rs 20.5 crores in Bengal to fight COVID-19

    Kolkata,30 March(HS): Responding to the appeal of Prime minister Narendra Modi, the West Bengal state unit of BJP today donated Rs 20.5 crores to the National Emergency Fund to help fight the deadly Coronavirus in a more sustained manner. Informing this party sources told Hindusthan Samachar here today that apart from donating considerable amount from their local Development funds, all state...

    • 57 min ago
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    Govt ropes in private hospitals, nursing homes to ramp-up isolation facilities: Atal Dulloo

    Jammu,30 March(HS): Atal Dulloo, Financial Commissioner Health and Medical Education Department, today said government has roped in private hospitals and nursing homes to create additional isolation facilities across Jammu and Kashmir for treating COVID-19 patients. In this regard, Atal Dulloo visited the Acharya Shri Chander College of Medical Sciences...

    • an hour ago
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    Courts use SMS service to create awareness about COVID-19

    Jammu,30 March(HS): In order to disseminate information and make lawyers as well as litigants aware about novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, High Court of Jammu and Kashmir are using Short Messaging Services (SMS). Around 1,89,000 SMS have been sent by the High Court as well as by District Courts of J&K and Ladakh UTs to the lawyers and litigants.Various...

    • an hour ago
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    COVID-19 claims second life in Bengal

    Kalimpong/Kolkata,30 March(HS): After a lull for about a week, the deadly Corona Virus claimed its second life in West Bengal early today when a 45-year-old woman, a COVID -19 positive, breathed her last at the North Bengal Medical College and Hospital causing concern to the state authorities about the possibility of spread of the disease in North Bengal. Altogether 22 people including a nine-month-old baby,...

    • an hour ago
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    Army rescues 43 civilians hit by landslide

    Srinagar,30 March(HS): The army rescued 43 persons from five families after their homes were smashed by a landslide in Baramulla area of J&K. A handout of the Army stated that the rescued people were shifted to a safer location and were provided with relief material at Uplona Army Camp. The handout further stated that free ration was also given to the affected families along with tents to accommodate...

    • an hour ago
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    Indians look to be waiting for a catastrophe to wake up ?

    By Manohar YadavattiBengaluru, 29 March (HS): It looks as though people of the country are far far away from being serious of the consequences of the deadly Coronavirus if at all it spreads like a wildfire at the community level, going by the behaviour of moving around freely.Despite being the fifth day of the national lockdown, the general public irrespective of the towns, cities and...

    • 2 hrs ago
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    337 FIRs registered, 627 arrested for violating lockdown

    Jammu,29 March(HS): The Director General of Jammu and Kashmir police Dilbag Singh said 337 FIRs have been registered and 627 persons arrested for violating prohibitory orders in the Union Territory amid the coronavirus outbreak. He said 118 shops and 490 vehicles were seized for defying the government orders. The Jammu and Kashmir administration has ordered a shutdown of all establishments,...

    • 17 hrs ago
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    Cop dies in accident

    Jammu,29 March(HS): A policeman died On Sunday after a Maruti car skidded off the road on Batote-Kishtwar national highway near Fougmarh some 15 km away from the district headquarters. The ill-fated vehicle was on its way to Kishtwar from Drabshalla and Special Police Officer (SPO) Mushtaq Ahmed son of Dien Mohd and Sajjad Hussain son of Irshad Hussain Lone both residents of Tatami Saroor area of ​​Drabshalla tehsil in...

    • 17 hrs ago
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    Administration reaches out to stranded

    Jammu,29 March(HS): The administration of Kishtwar talked to the DMs of Kinnaur and Shimla to ensure basic facilities like food, shelter and medical facilities to the 28 stranded residents of Patnazi Bonjwah of District Kishtwar at Kinnaur and Shimla Districts of Himachal Pradesh. The DM informed that as many as 28 contractors, labourers and residents of Bounjwah are stranded at different locations in...

    • 17 hrs ago

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