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One of a kind: Combined lung removal, heart by pass surgery saves 50-year-old chronic smoker

Businessman Rajeev Khurana, who had been smoking for past 30 years has to undergo a two-in-one surgery at Delhi's Sir Ganga Ram Hospital.
India Today

'Super cop' K P S Gill passes away

K P S Gill, the controversial former IPS officer who is credited with tackling the Khalistani militancy, is no more. The 82-year-old 'super cop', a former director general of police of Punjab,..
Deccan Herald

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News video: MS Bitta Paid Last Tribute To Former Punjab DGP KPS Gill

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As bigwigs from different walks of life came forward to pay their tribute to former Punjab DGP KPS Gill, the chairman of All Indian Anti-Terrorist Front M S Bitta also paid homage to late IPS officer..
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News video: SONIA GANDHI ADMITTED TO SIR GANGA RAM HOSPITAL FOR CHECKUP

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Congress President Sonia Gandhi was admitted to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital for a pre scheduled checkup for shoulder injured. The Congress chief will stay in hospital for two days.
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News video: Sonia Gandhi undergoes shoulder surgery, to be discharged next week

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Congress President Sonia Gandhi underwent a surgery for her dislocated left shoulder. Gandhi has collapsed during a rally in Varanasi and was was rushed to Army Hospital in Delhi and later shifted to..
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News video: Sonia Gandhi shifted to Sir Ganga Ram hospital from Army RR hospital

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In the latest update, Congress President Sonia Gandhi has been shifted to Ganga Ram Hospital from Army RR hospital. It is not yet clear why she has been shifted as Congress leader Randeep Singh..
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Former Punjab DGP KPS Gill, 82, dies of cardiac arrest

Gill had been admitted to New Delhi's Sir Ganga Ram Hospital
DNA

Sonia Gandhi discharged from Sir Ganga Ram Hospital


newKerala.com Also reported by •DNAANI NewsDeccan Herald

Sonia's health stable, likely to be discharged soon

Congress president Sonia Gandhi, hospitalised for food poisoning, is progressing well and is likely to be discharged in a day or two, authorities at the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital said today.
DNA

Ganga Ram Hospital doctors says Sonia Gandhi's health stable

*New Delhi [India], May 11 (ANI): The health condition of Congress president Sonia Gandhi is stable and she may be discharged in a day or two, doctors at the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital here said on..
ANI News Also reported by •DNA

Sonia Gandhi, hospitalised for food poisoning, stable, says Sir Ganga Ram Hospital

Congress president Sonia Gandhi, who was hospitalised on Sunday after complaints of food poisoning, is stable and progressing well, the administration of Sir Ganga Ram Hospital said on Thursday.
Zee News

Sonia progressing well; to be discharged soon

Congress President Sonia Gandhi, who was admitted to a private hospital here on Sunday following food poisoning, is stable, doctors at the hospital said. Mrs Gandhi, 70, is expected to be discharged..
Deccan Herald

Congress president Sonia Gandhi admitted at Delhi`s Ganga Ram hospital

Congress president Sonia Gandhi has been admitted to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital here after food poisoning.
Zee News

Sonia Gandhi admitted to Ganga Ram Hospital due to food poisoning

Chairman of the Board of Management of Sir Ganga Ram Hospital D S Rana said Gandhi was admitted after she suffered from food poisoning.
India Today Also reported by •DNA

Hospitals can't hold patients hostage for unpaid bills: HC

Hospitals cannot hold patients "hostage" to extract money for unpaid bills, the Delhi High Court today told a premier private city hospital for allegedly withholding custody of a patient over..
Deccan Herald

DNA Local Edit: Unusual dengue-chikangunya outbreak should be a wak-up call

Rain and humidity provides a breeding ground for mosquitoes leading to the annual outbreak of dengue and Chikangunya. Year after year, thousands are affected by the deadly vector borne diseases in the..
DNA

Is erratic weather leading to spread of dengue, chikungunya?

The recent erratic weather has led to a spike in the number of dengue and chikungunya cases in the Capital. While not even a single case of chikungunya was reported in the city by this time last year,..
DNA

Ex-AIIMS director M C Misra joins Sir Ganga Ram Hospital

Former AIIMS Director M C Misra has been appointed as honorary senior consultant at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital here, said the city-based hospital.
DNA

Fmr AIIMS chief appointed senior consultant at Sir Ganga Ram

Former AIIMS Director M C Misra, who retired in January as the head of the premier institute, has been appointed as senior consultant at the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital here.
DNA

WCD ministry suggests medical cards for fighting breast cancer

Addressing a gathering at an event at the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital (SGRH) here, WCD Minister Maneka Gandhi today said mammography scares women and underlined the need to fight the stigma attached to..
DNA

Prez honours AIIMS chief Randeep Guleria with Dr B C Roy award

President Pranab Mukherjee today honoured the director of All India Institute of Medical Sciences Randeep Guleria, and chairman of Sir Ganga Ram Hospital D S Rana, along with 47 other doctors, with..
DNA


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