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Doctor KK Aggarwal passes away after battling Covid-19 |Padma Shri| Cardiologist | Oneindia News [Video]

Doctor KK Aggarwal passes away after battling Covid-19 |Padma Shri| Cardiologist | Oneindia News

Padma Shree Awardee Dr KK Aggarwal passed away on Monday night after a lengthy battle with coronavirus. He had been admitted to AIIMS several days ago and was on ventilator support. The 62 year old is the former President of the Indian Medical Association and the current head of the Heart Care Foundation of India. Dr. Aggarwal was also a renowned cardiologist of the country and was awarded the Padma Shri in 2010. A statement from his Twitter handle said he died on May 17th at 11.30 pm in New Delhi. #KKAggarwal #Covid19 #KKAgarwalDies

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Covid-19: India receives 105 ventilators, other medical equipment from Kazakhstan

An aircraft from Kazakhstan, carrying a consignment of 105 ventilators, 7,50,000 masks/respirators, and other medical equipment arrived in New Delhi on Saturday..
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Mortal remains of Kerala woman killed in Israel arrive in India

Mortal remains of a woman from Kerala, Soumya Santhosh, who was killed in a rocket attack in the Israeli city of Ashkelon, arrived in New Delhi on Saturday..
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Stop price gouging by private suppliers, India tells China

India has protested against rampant price gouging of Covid material by Chinese suppliers with the consul general in Hong Kong, Priyanka Chauhan, in an unusual..
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Switzerland, Netherlands send oxygen concentrators, other medical supplies to India [Video]

Switzerland, Netherlands send oxygen concentrators, other medical supplies to India

Switzerland sent medical supplies, including oxygen concentrators and respirators to India. A cargo aircraft carrying over 13 tonnes of medical supplies left Zurich for New Delhi. The supplies worth CHF 3 million (over Rs 24 crore) arrived at Delhi airport on Friday. The consignment comprises as many as 600 oxygen concentrators & 50 respirators. The medical supplies provided by Switzerland will be received by Indian Red Cross. Supplies will then be distributed to hospitals by the Health Ministry which is coordinating aid. Meanwhile, the first shipment from the Netherlands also arrived at Delhi airport on Friday. Aid contained 449 ventilators, 100 oxygen concentrators & other medical supplies. MEA informed that remaining medical equipment would be shipped over the coming days. India is currently dealing with a devastating second wave of Covid-19 pandemic. Several countries have come forward & an international aid operation has been launched to help India fight the coronavirus crisis.

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