Creation of independent Medical University a welcome step: DAK
November 29, 2017

SRINAGAR, NOV 29 (PTK): Doctors Association Kashmir(DAK) on Wednesday appreciated and welcomed the  initiative of state government to create an independent Medical university. “The state has more than two dozens of medical institutions, including medical and dental colleges, Para-medical colleges/schools, which are currently affiliated to Kashmir and Jammu universities” said DAK.

Unpunctuality of doctors, paramedical staff renders patients to suffer at Kupwara hospital
November 28, 2017

 Azad Hussain/PTK KUPWARA | NOV 28 (PTK): Inhabitants of Kupwara and its adjoining areas alleges that the patients face massive inconvenience due to the unpunctuality of Doctors and paramedical staff at District hospital Kupwara. They said that the staff of the hospital arrives late in the morning and during lunch break to perform their duties. They alleged that.

Asiea Naqash chairs review meeting of ICDS
November 27, 2017

  29267 Anganwadi centres operational in JK, 2339 in pipeline   JAMMU, NOV 27 (PTK): Minister of State for Social Welfare, Health and Medical Education, Asiea Niqash today convened a meeting to review the status of various ongoing projects being executed under Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) in Jammu division.   Commissioner-.

Release pending salary of  HDF employees: DAK
November 24, 2017

SRINAGAR | NOV 24 (PTK):  Doctors Association Kashmir(DAK) President Dr Suhail Naik showed strong resentment over failure of government  in  releasing salary to employees working on Hospital Development Fund (HDF).   Dr  Naik expressed displeasure over the delay in releasing of their pending salaries. He further said that these employees are facing a tough times as nearly.

five militants killed in an ongoing gunfight in Hajin
November 18, 2017

A gun fight between Militants and Govemrent forces started this afternoon in Hajin area of north Kashmir’s Bandipora district. Official sources told that a Joint team of Army’s 13 RR, SOG and CRPf launched an cordon and search operation following specific inputs about presence of some militants at Chandergeer in Hajin. As such the joint team of forces intensified the combing operation,.

Tassaduq Mufti for dedicated exam centres in Kashmir Valley
November 13, 2017

Tassaduq Mufti for dedicated exam centres in Kashmir Valley SRINAGAR, NOV 13(PTK): Taking a strict note of the non-availability of dedicated exam centres in Kashmir Valley, Coordinator Chief Minister’s Grievance Cell, Tassaduq Mufti has written to the Union Government emphasizing the need of having dedicated exam centres for various national level entrance exams and posts in the.

Mehbooba greets people on the Urs of Hazrat Shah Asrar ud Din (R. A.)
November 9, 2017

Mehbooba greets people on the Urs of Hazrat Shah Asrar ud Din (R. A.) JAMMU, NOV 09(PTK): Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti has felicitated people of the State on the annual urs of Hazrat Shah Asrar ud Din (RA) of Kishtwar. Recalling the contribution of Hazrat Shah Asrar ud Din (RA) in the spiritual and social awakening of the people of the region, the Chief Minister said the society ought to emulate.

Save A Precious Life of Young man
November 7, 2017

Save A Precious Life of Young man GANDERBAL Nov 07 (PTK):  Mushtaq Ahmad Kullo 33 son of Gh Mohi-u-din Kullo, father of 3 small children is suffering from kidney failure admitted in SKIMS Srinagar. The family members said that his kidney transplant surgery is scheduled next week adding that the approx amount required for surgery is 6.0 Lac. The family appeals people to help him in.

AIIMS resident docs on hunger strike, demand pay hike
October 27, 2017

New Delhi, Oct 26: Demanding implementation of recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission, around 1,700 resident doctors of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) began indefinite hunger strike on Thursday. President of the Resident Doctors Association (RDA) of AIIMS, Harjit Singh Bhatti said that there has been discrimination with the doctors of AIIMS while implementing the pay.

A universal flu vaccine is still some time off
October 26, 2017

After standing in line for the latest year’s flu jab one might wonder why all this in necessary. The answer lies in the flu virus itself and its ability to rapidly evolve and avoid the human immune system. Each year the virus circles the globe, continuously mutating and creating new strains – think seasonal flu as well as avian, swine and all those H-numbered ones – that require new vaccines.