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    Bollywood actress Vidya Balan’s father hospitalised after suffering a heart attack

    Vidya Balan’s father has suffered a minor heart attack and has been hospitalised. The Kahaani actress confirmed this news and said that her father has been hospitalized but refused to divulge any more information. According to the latest reports, Vidya’s father is recuperating and is out of danger now. He is stable and is already on the path of recovery since nature of the stroke was minor.

  • Former Lok Sabha speaker Somnath Chatterjee passes away at 89

    Kolkata/New Delhi: Communist veteran and former Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee passed away at a private hospital here this morning following multiple organ failure, a senior hospital official said. He was 89 and survived by wife, a son and two daughters. Chatterjee passed away at around 8.15 am after his condition deteriorated following yesterday’s “mild heart attack”, the official said.

  • Rural India faces epidemic of non-communicable diseases

    A 46-year-old male labourer with high blood pressure and diabetes, a 55-year-old male farmer who has recently suffered a heart attack, a 52-year-old woman with anxiety and depression, a 56-year-old woman with chronic back pain and so on.  A day at my clinic is full of cases that one would be surprised to find in a rural and tribal region of Gadchiroli, one of India’s most backward districts.

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    Mumbai: People with influenza stand the risk of heart attack

    Mumbai: Statistics indicate that people who get flu may be at a six-fold higher risk of heart attack in the week following infection. The risk of heart attack or myocardial infarction is particularly acute in older adults.  These findings assume importance as an association between influenza and acute myocardial infarction reinforces the need for vaccination. While other respiratory viruses were also seen to raise the risk of heart attack, the incidence was

  • Mumbai: 15-year-old SSC student dies of heart attack

    Mumbai: Hritik Ghadshi, a 15-year-old student who was a Secondary School Certificate student, died even before the examination began. Ghadshi died suddenly on Wednesday midnight due to a heart attack and he was rushed to King Edward Memorial (KEM) hospital, where he was declared dead on arrival.

  • Mumbai: Rajnish Rathore a heart patient reveals how running in marathons has helped him stay fit

    Mumbai: The story of 45-year- old data analyst from Navi Mumbai, Rajnish Rathore, who had a heart attack in 2008 and had to have an angioplasty, but is now a constant fixture in marathons organised in Mumbai is inspiring. “I signed up for the cardiac rehabilitation programme of the Asian Heart Institute and thanks to their training and guidance, have participated in every marathon in the city,” said Rathore.

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    Bhopal: 29 end life, 109 die of cardiac arrest in 2 yrs

    Bhopal: The state government has admitted that a large number of its police force works under stress and suffer from depression. Since January 1, 2016, 29 police officers and policemen have committed suicide while 109 have died of heart attack.  Home minister Bhupendra Singh stated this in Vidhan Sabha on Wednesday in a written answer to a question posed by MLA Yashpal Singh Sisodia.

  • Bhopal: MPEB contractual employees’ union leader dies after heart attack

    BHOPAL: A 67-year-old union leader of Madhya Pradesh Electricity Board’s (MPEB) contractual employees’ union died of heart attack on Thursday at TT Nagar. The deceased was present at the ongoing demonstration by MPEB contractual employees to demand their regularisation by the state government in Ambedkar ground.

  • Bhopal: Dainik Bhaskar Group Chairman Ramesh Agrawal is no more

    BHOPAL: Ramesh Chandra Agarwal, chairman of the Dainik Bhaskar Group of Newspapers passed away at a hospital at Ahmedabad on Wednesday morning, following a heart attack. He was 73. His last rites will be performed at Bhopal on Thursday.

  • Ujjain: Constable dies of heart attack

    Ujjain: A constable, Mohanlal Khatri, resident of Madhav nagar police quarters, died after a massive heart attack on Tuesday morning, while on duty. Constable Khatri, who was appointed at Dewasgate police station had reached the office at 9.30 am when he suffered the attack. The constable was rushed to the hospital, where he was declared dead by doctors.

  • Ujjain: Tearful farewell to Prakash Choubey

    Ujjain: Prakash Choubey, son of freedom fighter, Dr Hariram Choubey and former speaker of Ujjain Municipal Corporation, passed away following a heart attack on Monday afternoon. Prakash Choubey, 72, was also former deputy mayor and founder of the Students Morcha.

  • Doctor held in Nashik for abortion case dies in prison

    Nashik: A doctor, who was in judicial custody, for allegedly conducting abortions and sex determination of foetus, died of a massive heart attack in Nashik road Central Prison on Friday.

  • Indore: Prakashchandra Banthia passes away

    Badnawar: Local guashala’s active member and cloth trader Prakashchandra Banthia passed away on January 14 morning due to heart attack. He was 71. Father of Hemant and elder brother of senior journalist Shrenik Banthia, he was spending most of his time at the local gaushala and in religious activities. The last rites were performed at local Nageshwar Muktidham. He has left behind his wife, son and two daughters.

  • Ujjain: Daily exercise, green diet keep heart diseases at bay

    Ujjain: In India 30 lakh people suffer heart attack out of which around 6 lakh people are below 40 due to irregularities in diet and life style, informed noted cardiologist of the city, Dr Saleem Yousuf in a conference on heart diseases held in Kochi recently. He also advocated daily exercise, green vegetable diet and routine life to keep heart diseases at bay.