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Why don't you clean my toilet: Amid delay in NEET PG counselling, SC, ST, OBC doctors reveal discrimination, caste abuse

Doctors who EdexLive spoke to have shared instances of targeted and caste-based abuses that they were subjected to, especially after July 2021

Published on 4th December 2021
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Karnataka Health Minister tells medical colleges to be ready for Omicron, says take help of students if needed

Health Minister said that there have been some technical glitches in dispersing salaries of various members of medical colleges

Published on 4th December 2021
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COVID-19: Decisions like boosters, jabs for children need to be based on science, Health Minister Mandaviya says

Mandaviya said that the government would be spending Rs 100 crore in each district to ensure that states have 50-bed critical medical facility for future pandemics

Published on 4th December 2021
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What The FAQ: When can you get your COVID booster dose in India and how badly do you need it?

Germany, Austria, Canada, France, the UK, Turkey, the US, Russia and a few more countries have already begun administering booster doses of COVID-19 vaccines

Published on 4th December 2021
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Nutritionists, academics write open letter to Karnataka govt to give children eggs everyday in mid-day meals. Here's why

This open letter states that it is important for the government to uphold the  Right to Food of every child as mentioned in the National Food Security Act 2013

Published on 2nd December 2021
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Tripura CM urges health authorities to test colleges in Agartala for AIDS

According to official data , Tripura has a total caseload of 2,459 — this includes 750 female and 1,709 male patients. A total of 640 patients died due to HIV in the last 20 years

Published on 2nd December 2021
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No Omicron found in 113 samples of Karnataka's SDM Medical College's COVID positive students

The district authorities had earlier said that the virus may have spread at the freshers' party that was organised on campus on November 17

Published on 2nd December 2021
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World AIDS Day: College students in Kozhikode dance on the city's streets to raise awareness about AIDS

The students conveyed the message of the day to the audience through a street play. Along with the students, the Government Women and Children's Hospital also took part in the awareness drive

Published on 1st December 2021
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Mysuru on high alert as 72 nursing students from Kerala test positive for COVID-19

The district administration has implemented strict measures at the entry points to Mysuru from Kerala. This situation can escalate anytime

Published on 1st December 2021
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Unvaccinated teachers in Kerala barred from taking physical classes, unvaccinated people barred from free medical treatment: CM Vijayan

Those who are unable to get vaccinated due to medical reasons should produce a government doctor's certificate in order to receive free treatment, the CM added

Published on 30th November 2021
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Twenty students test COVID positive in Hassan, Karnataka govt is on high alert with outbreaks

Recently, more than 280 persons were tested positive for COVID in Dharwad's SDM Medical College

Published on 30th November 2021
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Odisha Governor talks about the universe, the university and the universal man during BGU's fourth convocation

Welcoming the chancellor and other dignitaries, Vice-Chancellor of Birla Global University Prof PP Mathur presented the annual report of the university outlining its activities and future plans

Published on 30th November 2021
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Teachers, students of this B'luru school live in fear of COVID as school premises turn into testing centres

When contacted, Dr R Vishal, Commissioner for Department of Public Instruction, assured that he will direct concerned officials to ensure the safety of the students

Published on 30th November 2021
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Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences' med students demand postponement of final-year exams

The medical students staged a protest and said that holding final-year exams in February 2022 is impractical even if the syllabus is wrapped up by the end of January

Published on 30th November 2021
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Overall global risk with Omicron very high, further surges possible with 'severe' consequences: WHO

WHO said, "Given mutations that may confer immune escape potential and possible transmissibility advantage, the likelihood of potential further spread of Omicron at the global level is high."

Published on 29th November 2021

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