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Thiruvananthapuram: Patients wait outside General Hospital as doctors boycott outpatient consultation from 9 am to 10 am after Indian Medical Association called for suspending private healthcare services for 12 hours

Thiruvananthapuram: Patients wait outside General Hospital as doctors boycott outpatient consultation from 9 am to 10 am after Indian Medical Association called for suspending private healthcare services for 12 hours in protest against National Medical Commission Bill

Vivekananda General Hospital in Karnataka’s Hubli; OPD services closed from 6 AM till 6 PM today in support of IMA’s call for protest against National Medical Commission Bill

Vivekananda General Hospital in Karnataka’s Hubli; OPD services closed from 6 AM till 6 PM today in support of IMA’s call for protest against National Medical Commission Bill

UPSEE 2018 Examination Postponed: Check Revised Dates Here

New Delhi, Dec 29: The Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination (UPSEE) have been postponed. The dates for the test have been changed to April 29 (UG) and May 5 and 6 (PG) from the earlier declared dates of April 15, 21 and 22, 2018. The notification regarding the change of dates has been issued on the official website – upsee.nic.inAbdul Kalam Technical University will conduct the examination to ensure the admission of students in engineering courses and other institutes that fall under the university.

According to the reports, the candidates will be able to apply for the examination from the third week of January 2018 after registering themselves for the exam on the official website. According to the notification, Aadhaar number will be required during the registration process. However, candidates are advised to check the official website regarding the Aadhaar requirement.

The candidates who clear the examination will be eligible for admission to B.Tech, B.Arch, B.Pharm, MBA, MCA and some other streams courses. Candidates can visit the official website to read the notification for further details.

According to the reports, the UPSEE 2017 had a total of 150 questions from Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics and the time available to the candidates to complete the paper was three hours. It has also been reported that almost over three lakh candidates participated in the 2017 examinations.

Muslims Producing More Children, Will be Majority by 2030: BJP MLA

Jaipur, Dec 2: BJP MLA from Alwar, Banwari Lal Singhal on Sunday made a shocking comment in a video posted on Facebook, saying Muslims deliberately produce more children to corner Hindus in their own country. He said if the rise of population of Muslims  was unchecked, the country will have a Muslims prime minister, Muslim president and chief ministers in most of the states.

Bansal further said that the when the Muslims rule, Hindus will become second class citizens. He said the intention of Muslims was to rule the country just by increasing their population. He also said that the community was eating away money from taxes deposited by Hindus.

The MLA talked to TOI and said that the Muslims were producing 10-12 children and will be in majority in 2030. He alleged that the men in the community were buying wives for this purpose. He said Hindus won’t have any space to live.

Singer Sunidhi Chauhan gives birth to baby boy

Mumbai, Jan 2 (PTI) Singer Sunidhi Chauhan has given birth to her first child at a hospital here.

The singer, who is married to music composer Hitesh Sonik, gave birth to a boy at Surya Hospitals in Mumbai yesterday.

“The baby and mother are both doing well. Sunidhi and husband Hitesh are proud with their little bundle of joy who arrived at 5.20 pm on the January 1, 2018,” said Dr Ranjana Dhanu in a statement.

“The delivery was uneventful and the baby boy is healthy and doing well,” said Dr Bhupendra Avasthi, Director, Pediatrics at Surya Hospitals.

The statement also said that both Sunidhi and husband Hitesh are ecstatic about the birth of their first child.

Spoke to Indian Medical Association yesterday, we have heard them and put forth our perspective as well: Union Health Minister JP Nadda in Rajya Sabha on doctors’ strike

Spoke to Indian Medical Association yesterday, we have heard them and put forth our perspective as well: Union Health Minister JP Nadda in Rajya Sabha on doctors’ strike

BJP MP Nepal Singh Insults Army, Says Jawans Bound to Die

New Delhi, Jan 2: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Member of Parliament Nepal Singh has sparked a row by saying that Army jawans are bound to die in battle field. Responding to a question about December 31 fidayeen attack on a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) camp in Pulwama, Singh said there’s no country where armymen don’t die.

“They will die in Army everyday. Tell me one country where army personnel do not die. Even when a scuffle breaks out in a village, someone or the other gets injured. Tell me a medicine that can save lives,” Singh said.