Free Press Journal
  • Health Ministry slammed again: Poster on coping with depression has angered doctors

    Mental health professionals are upset with some of the suggestions shown in a poster of dealing with depression tweeted by the Ministry of Health on Tuesday. The poster also suggested people to go to walks, follow a routine, eat fruits, positive thinking, doing yoga and having multi vitamins for dealing with depression.

  • Bhopal: Bhind district hospital gets ‘Kayakalp’ Award

    Bhopal: Union Minister for public health and family welfare JP Nadda gave away “Kayakalp” commendation award to Bhind district hospital at programme organised at Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital in New Delhi on Thursday. The second prize went to Satna and the first prize in community health centre category has been bagged by Rani Durgavati Civil Hospital, Jabalpur. The consolation prize of Rs 50 lakh was given to AIIMS, Bhopal.

  • Indore: Nadda, Tai to lay foundation stone for super specialty centre on April 19

    Indore: One of the most ambitious projects of city, the proposed super specialty centre on Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College campus, will finally come out of papers to existence as foundation stone for the facility is scheduled to be laid on April 19. The foundation stone for the 850-bed hospital will be laid by Union minister of health and family welfare JP Nadda and Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan on the vacant

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    Make health a ‘fundamental right’: Welfare body urges Centre

    New Delhi: Ruing the lack of adequate healthcare facilities across the country, a welfare body has asked the Centre to make health a “fundamental right” to address issues of infrastructure and access in the medical sector. In a letter to Union Health Minister JP Nadda, the Central Government Employees Resident Welfare Association said that a “universal and affordable” policy needs to be framed with attention to the common man and the destitute.

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    Sisodia urges Nadda to provide night shelters at AIIMS

    New Delhi: Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has urged Union Health Minister JP Nadda to make night shelter arrangements at AIIMS complex for the patients and their family members. In his letter to Nadda, Sisodia said that many patients and their family members spend nights outside AIIMS as there are not enough night shelters at the institute’s complex.

  • Shukla seeks early construction of Rs-150cr Rewa hospital

    BHOPAL : Public Relations, Energy, New and Renewable Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Rajendra Shukla met Union Minister for Public Health and Family Welfare JP Nadda in New Delhi on Thursday and urged him to start construction of super speciality hospital at Rewa at the earliest.

  • Bihar-UP on mind, BJP forms an OBC ‘Morcha’

    New Delhi : In a significant move clearly aimed at unsettling the Mandal politics of Lalu-Nitish-Mulayam, the BJP for the first time announced a separate OBC Morcha at the national level.

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    Relieve Nadda as Health Minister pending AIIMS probe: CPI(M)

    New Delhi : A demand for relieving Health Minister J P Nadda from his charge pending a probe into his alleged interference in working of the vigilance administration of AIIMS was made in the Rajya Sabha today. Raising the issue during zero hour, T K Rangarajan (CPI-M) said Nadda, as an MP between May 23, 2013 and 2014,had sought dismantling of the vigilance section of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) that was probing

  • Swine Flu: Govt ignores countryside; focussed only on Bhopal, Indore

    BHOPAL : The state govt, which has admitted 44 Swine Flu deaths, is still not sure of the actual figure. Several people in rural areas, who have come from Delhi, Maharashtra and Rajasthan are suffering from the deadly disease. Many of them are succumbing to the disease but the government has no record of these deaths. The 70 screening centres set up by the government are mostly located in urban areas. The