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Oxygen alarm bells in Maharashtra, hospital beds running out, shortage of cylinders -Tabassum Barnagarwala

-The Indian Express All 2,214 oxygen beds were occupied over Friday and Saturday in the district, where the positivity rate was 43.8 per cent in the closing days of March. Of a total 15,484 active cases, 4,600 are under home isolation. Aurangabad: A SEVERE shortage has sent the prices of Oxygen cylinders soaring across Maharashtra. Aurangabad, where the positivity rates were the highest in the state March-end, is particularly hard hit, with...

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Oxygen supply records were fudged: Gorakhpur DM's report -Rohan Dua

-The Times of India GORAKHPUR (U.P.): In a disclosure that is set to open a can of worms, the local administration has found that there was overwriting in the log book related to purchase and re-filling of Oxygen cylinders at Baba Raghav Das hospital. The inquiry report submitted by the Gorakhpur district magistrate has held supplier Pushpa Sales responsible for stopping the supply of liquid oxygen and raised a question about the...

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Police raj cry at hospital -Piyush Srivastava

-The Telegraph Lucknow: Parents of some of the 30 children who died over the past two days at a Gorakhpur medical college have alleged that as soon as the oxygen supply stopped and the deaths began, police were sent in to throw them out and pre-empt protests. Chief minister Yogi Adityanath and his government continued to insist today that the halted oxygen supply did not cause the deaths but at least one...

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AMRI victims seek damages

-The Telegraph New Delhi: Survivors and family members of the 93 people killed in the fire at Calcutta's AMRI hospital in 2011 have moved the Supreme Court seeking compensation between Rs 7 crore and Rs 9 crore each. A bench of Justices S.J. Mukhopadhaya and A.M. Sapre yesterday issued notices to AMRI on the application moved by the victims, led by Paromita Guha Thakurta and others, challenging a National Consumer Disputes Redressal...

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Doctors perform birth surgeries under candlelight in Kashmir

-PTI Srinagar: When the floods wreaked havoc in Kashmir and plunged most parts of the Valley into darkness, few doctors at a lone maternity care hospital in Srinagar, lent a ray of light to people's lives by performing birth surgeries under candlelight. Doctors at the Lal Ded Hospital, whose ground floor was submerged by flood waters from Jhelum, performed six deliveries under the candlelight as the electricity supply to the hospital was...

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