The Bihar Police are on the lookout for a doctor and owner of a private nursing home that has been accused of allegedly removing both kidneys of a woman in Muzaffarpur, an official said On Saturday.
The woman who had been on dialysis at the ICU of Patna’s Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, had her kidneys removed at the unauthorised Shubhkant Clinic in the Bariyarpur area of Muzaffarpur. She underwent uterus-removal surgery on September 3.
Doctors asked to run several other tests to confirm whether both of her kidneys are missing. “Following the uterus-removal surgery, she continued to suffer from stomach pain. She finally went to the Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital (SKMCH) on September 7. After conducting tests, doctors at SKMCH told her family that both of her kidneys have been removed,” said Saroj Kumar, the inspector in charge of Sakra police station.
“Three special teams have been formed to nab the accused — Pawan Kumar, the owner of Shubhkant Clinic, and RK Singh, who is suspected to be a quack,” he said. Doctors treating Sunita at IGIMS said her condition is very critical.
“She is on regular dialysis and her condition is still critical. She will have to undergo a kidney transplant when her situation improves. Her vitals are being closely monitored,” doctor Om Kumar, the head of the Nephrology and Kidney Transplant Department at IGIMS. Doctor Rajesh Tiwary, the head of Urology at IGIMS, however, said that more tests are needed to confirm whether both her kidneys have been removed.
What James Prinsep and his 200-year-old map reveal about Gyanvapi
James Prinsep, because of whom the world knows of emperor Ashoka, lived in Varanasi for 10 years. In 1831, the British scholar drew a lithographic map of the old Kashi Vishwanath temple, and showed how Aurangzeb’s Gyanvapi mosque stood on it. That will now be a crucial piece of evidence.
At a walking distance from Kolkata’s Eden Gardens is the Prinsep Ghat on the banks of the Hooghly. One gets a close view of the Vidyasagar Setu and can take a boat ride on the River Hooghly from Prinsep Ghat.
The ghat is named after James Prinsep, a British numismatist and archaeologist, who made significant contributions to India’s historiography. He came to India when he was 28 and was the youngest fellow of the British Asiatic Society.
In address to Parliament, President Droupadi Murmu hails Ram Mandir, says strong government India’s advantage
strong and stable government would lead to rapid development at the domestic level and could place the country as “Vishwa-Mitra” (friend of the world) during the period of upheaval in the global scenario, President Droupadi Murmu said on Wednesday in her last address to the joint session of Parliament ahead of the Lok Sabha elections.
In her almost 90-minute long speech, President Murmu, who listed the achievements of the Narendra Modi-led governments in the last decade, said that January 22, the day the newly constructed Ram temple in Ayodhya was consecrated, was a defining moment.
“There come junctures in the history of civilizations which shape the future for the coming centuries. There have been many such defining moments in the history of India too. This year, on January 22, the country witnessed a similar epochal moment. After waiting for centuries, Ram Lalla has now been enshrined in his grand temple in Ayodhya,” the President said in her address.
‘Shocking’ overcrowding: SC orders states, UTs to plan new jails for next 50 yrs
Court was informed that while overcrowding was observed across all categories of jails in most states, there were some which had “super overcrowding”
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed states and union territories to accord “top priority” to the problem of overcrowding in jails, finding the actual occupancy of jails across the country to be “shocking” and “quite worrying” and directed committees to be set up in each district within a week to prepare a roadmap on the number of jails needed to cater to prison population for the next 50 years.