Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: ‘CM Effect’ leads to cosmetic changes only

    BHOPAL: CM visited Hamidia Hospital five days ago on Friday and made drastic changes in the offices of hospital and medical education department. Removal of ACS Medical education and Gandhi Medical College dean, followed by removal of superintendent of Hamidia Hospital on Saturday has not really changed anything at Hamidia Hospital in terms of facilities, hygiene and cleanliness.

  • Bhopal: Two newborns die at Sultania, parents hold nurses responsible

    • Father-in-law of a woman accuses a nurse of asking him to get rid of dead baby quickly
    • Defiant hospital superintendent refutes allegation, claims the nurses are not at all responsible for Deaths

    BHOPAL: After Hamidia Hospital, now Sultania Zanana Hospital faced the rage of parents after two newborn infants died in the hospital on Monday night. Alleging the nurses of being responsible for death, the attendants of the

  • Bhopal: Lack of proper budget and delay have shackled Hamidia Hospital

    BHOPAL: Hamidia Hospital has been under the scanner since last four days but little has changed there. The visit of chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has changed the offices of the hospital but there is hardly any change in the facilities and conditions of the hospital. The question that crops up every now and then to all, is how the conditions in government hospital can be changed. Hamidia Hospital which is considered

  • Bhopal: Scuffle with patient’s kin, Junior doctors on warpath again

    BHOPAL: Hamidia hospital faced another trouble when junior doctors refused to work after son of a patient who died in the hospital beat a junior doctor on duty on Sunday night. All the junior doctors did not stop working after commissioner Ajatshatru Shrivastav’s assurance to establish police post in the hospital and new dean Dr Deepak Marawi talking to them. To register their protest they wore black armbands on Monday while working.

  • Bhopal: Child dies at Hamidia, parents accuse med staff of negligence

    BHOPAL: Two days after the CM’s visit to Hamidia Hospital, a child died in the hospital after which the parents of the deceased created ruckus accusing the medical staff of negligence leading to death of the child. Radheshyam, resident of Nehru Nagar, admitted his 22-day-old son to Kamla Nehru Children Hospital. He alleged that due to the hospital’s lack of facilities his son died. According to reports, the children are taken from

  • Bhopal: Hamidia Hospital’s junior doctors calls off strike

    BHOPAL: The Hamidia Hospital faced serious problems when both junior doctors and nurses went on strike on Tuesday. Protesting for different reasons both junior doctors and nurses abstained from work because of which patients had to suffer. The junior doctors, however, called off their strike but the nurses would continue their protest.

  • Bhopal sub inspector Sravanlal killed in road mishap

    BHOPAL: A police sub-inspector died in a road accident at 80-ft Road under Aishbag Police station on Friday. A speeding passenger bus hit SI Sravanlal posted in Wireless cell. He died on the spot.

  • Demonetisation: Hospital refuses to give body; demands new currency

    BHOPAL: A private hospital, on Thursday, refused to hand over body of a patient to his kin when they offered to pay bill in old currency notes. Irate family members created a ruckus at Sarvottam Hospital, Airport Road, under Koh-e-Fiza police station.

  • He had only one Rs 500 note, could not get medicines

    BHOPAL: Praveen Sharma of Berasia admitted his sister to Hamidia hospital for delivery of her first baby. After she was discharged from Hamidia, he could not get back to his house as he was having no change and the auto did not agree to take them as he had Rs 500 note. He had to call his relative at Berasia, who came to take them back.

  • Rashly driven car mounts footpath, hits three youths

    BHOPAL: Three youths were severely injured after they were hit by a rashly driven Alto car which mounted the footpath on VIP Road and later turned turtle in Koh-e-Fiza area on Wednesday.

  • Krishi Upaj Mandi official consumes poison in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: The vice-chairman of Karond Krishi Upaj Mandi, Naresh Singh Thakur consumed some poisonous substance in the early hours of Tuesday. He has been admitted to Hamidia Hospital.

  • Bhopal: Big buses, narrow roads combine to create chaos

    BHOPAL: Buses including low-floor ones and those of educational institutions, especially after school and colleges are over in the afternoon, hardly find space to negotiate the traffic in old parts of the city.

  • Bhopal: 19-yr-old found lying unconscious, dies

    BHOPAL: An unidentified youth died in the jurisdiction of Hanumanganj police station on Monday. The police have registered a case and investigating the matter.