doctors’ strike

IMA calls off nationwide strike against NMC Bill due to Kashmir situation, floods

IMA calls off nationwide strike against NMC Bill due to Kashmir situation, floods

New Delhi: In view of the prevailing situation in Kashmir as well as some parts of the country being hit by floods and the demise of form...Read More

Indian Medical Association calls strike on August 8 to protest against NMC Bill

Indian Medical Association calls strike on August 8 to protest against NMC Bill

"We will observe the black day for three days. And on August 8 we have decided that we will have a 24 hours strike. It is in the people's...Read More

Protest against NMC Bill: Emergency services resume, non-essential departments to remain affected

Protest against NMC Bill: Emergency services resume, non-essential departments to remain affected

Doctors from several associations have been expressing reservations over certain provisions of the Bill and alleged that these were "anti...Read More

Doctors to continue strike against National Medical Commission Bill

Doctors to continue strike against National Medical Commission Bill

The All India Institute of Medical Sciences Patna and Delhi and United Resident Doctors' Association (URDA) have also given a call for st...Read More

What is the NMC bill and why are doctors protesting over it?

What is the NMC bill and why are doctors protesting over it?

Resident doctors are on strike in the country's premier medical institute- AIIMS (All India Institute Of Medical Sciences), New Delhi aga...Read More

Resident doctors on strike against NMC bill, withdraw emergency services

Resident doctors on strike against NMC bill, withdraw emergency services

Resident doctors have threatened to continue the strike for an indefinite period if the National Medical Commission Bill is tabled and pa...Read More

West Bengal government had looked at junior doctors' strike from a humaniutarian angle: Mamata Banerjee

West Bengal government had looked at junior doctors' strike from a humaniutarian angle: Mamata Banerjee

Banerjee told the assembly that she had preferred to solve the situation through love.

Top 5 Headlines: India beats Pakistan in World Cup match, Doctors continue strike over WB incident

Top 5 Headlines: India beats Pakistan in World Cup match, Doctors continue strike over WB incident

Brilliant knocks from Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli before the magnificent spells by the bowling unit guided India to beat Pakistan by 89 ...Read More

Junior doctors call off strike in West Bengal

Junior doctors call off strike in West Bengal

The protesting doctors in West Bengal on Monday agreed to withdraw their week-long stir after Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee announced st...Read More

Doctors strike has dented Didi’s image in West Bengal

Doctors strike has dented Didi’s image in West Bengal

Doctors in all government hospitals in the State have gone on strike demanding adequate police protection for their safety

Doctors' Strike LIVE UPDATES! West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has accepted the proposal of doctors to set up Grievance Redressal Cell in Government Hospitals.

LIVEDoctors' Strike LIVE UPDATES! West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has accepted the proposal of doctors to set up Grievance Redressal Cell in Government Hospitals.

Doctors' strike LIVE updates: Agitating doctors in West Bengal softened their stand on Sunday, leaving it to Chief Minister Mamata Banerj...Read More

West Bengal doctors' strike: CM Mamata to meet 2 representatives from each medical college

West Bengal doctors' strike: CM Mamata to meet 2 representatives from each medical college

Several doctors across the country have been protesting against the violence

Doctors Continue Nationwide Strike Over Violence Against Doctors In West Bengal

Doctors Continue Nationwide Strike Over Violence Against Doctors In West Bengal

In the wake of violence against doctors in West Bengal, Indian Medical Association (IMA) has called for a nationwide strike of doctors on...Read More

Protesting West Bengal doctors to meet CM Mamata Banerjee today as impasse continues

Protesting West Bengal doctors to meet CM Mamata Banerjee today as impasse continues

Kolkata: Protesting junior doctors in Kolkata were formally invited for a meeting with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday at 3 pm, ...Read More

SC to hear plea for safety, security of doctors at government hospitals tomorrow

SC to hear plea for safety, security of doctors at government hospitals tomorrow

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday said it will hear on June 18 a plea seeking safety and security of doctors in government hospitals...Read More

40,000 doctors boycott work in Maharashtra

40,000 doctors boycott work in Maharashtra

Doctors from various government and private hospitals in the state, are mainly boycotting the OPD and other non-essential health services

Healthcare services in Delhi to take a hit as doctors go on strike

Healthcare services in Delhi to take a hit as doctors go on strike

We once again urge the West Bengal administration to fulfil the demands of the striking doctors and resolve the matter amicably at the ea...Read More

Protesting doctors likely to meet West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee today

Protesting doctors likely to meet West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee today

Kolkata: Agitating doctors in West Bengal softened their stand on Sunday, leaving it to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to decide the meet...Read More

IMA to hold nationwide protest today against attack on doctors in West Bengal

IMA to hold nationwide protest today against attack on doctors in West Bengal

New Delhi: The Indian Medical Association (IMA) will hold a nationwide protest on Monday against the beating of doctors in West Bengal, s...Read More

IMA to go ahead with June 17 nationwide strike in support of protesting West Bengal doctors

IMA to go ahead with June 17 nationwide strike in support of protesting West Bengal doctors

New Delhi: The Indian Medical Association (IMA) Sunday said it will go ahead with its strike on June 17 with withdrawal of non-essential ...Read More

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