Orthopaedic doctors to conduct media OPD clinic
Guwahati: Two experienced Orthopaedic doctors from Apollo Hospitals will conduct this week’s media OPD clinic at Guwahati Press Club. Dr Navaladi Shankar and Dr Ram Bathi from the Chennai based hospital will be available for free consultation to media persons from 4.30 to 6.30 pm on 6 October (Saturday) next.
Organized under the series of ‘Evening with a Doctor’ programs for the benefit of press club members along with their close relatives, the camp has been supported by Down Town Hospitals, GNRC Hospitals, Dispur Hospital, Ayursundra Hospital, Wintrobe Hospital, Health City Hospital, Nemcare Hospital, Excelcare Hospital, Sun Valley Hospital, Narayana Hospitals, Swagat Hospital, Barthakur Clinic etc.
Journalists of other States, who are eventually in the city may also participate in the camp and take the advantage along with their family members, said a statement issued by the press club adding that there is no registration (or any other) fee.
18 Feb 2018 - 7:14am | AT News
AGARTALA: Amid a mammoth security arrangement voting is underway in Tripura to elect 59 legislators in the 60 member assembly across the north eastern state on Sunday.
Altogether 25,36,589 voters are exercising their franchise at 3,417 polling booths to decide on the fate of 292 candidates from 7 in the morning.
Voters in large number are waiting in a serpentine queue to vote in their assigned booths from early in the morning where BJP takes on the ruling Left Front.
21 Feb 2014 - 2:20pm | AT News
A hostage managed to escape from the NDFB-S camp in Bhutan 19 days after he was kidnapped from Kokrajhar.
According to information, the local resident of Lilabari in Lakhimpur was kidnapped on February 5 when he was on a visit to Kokrajhar with one of him friend.
After holding him hostage, the Bodo militant outfit demanded Rs 1 crore for his release. The family members, however, could not pay the ransom. But under mysterious circumstances, he managed to escape from the captivity.
3 Feb 2014 - 3:13pm | AT News
Amid hectic confabulations for the Rajya Sabbha polls, Congress is set to get Zaved Islam back hardly a year he was expelled from the party on the charge of dissidence.
APCC reconsidered the decision following the party’s lack of strength to ensure smooth sailing of the party candidates in the Rajya Sabha polls.
Similarly, BPF is also set to get its expelled MLA back to vote for Daimary.