Showing posts from May 28, 2010

Land Allotted to Bhopal Medical Trust, Power Companies

Source: vision MPMay 25, news service
In a meeting chaired by chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, state cabinet has decided to allot lands to Bhopal Medical Trust and power companies, said an official release.
The cabinet decided to allot 10 hectare land free of cost to the trust at village Chandpur in tehsil Huzoor. The allotment was made for setting up a medical college.
The land has been allotted on the condition that the trust has to provide bank guarantee (for three years) equivalent to amount of the premium as per the guideline.
According to the decision, if the institution fails to construct the building on the land within the deadline, the amount will be forfeited and allotment cancelled.
The cabinet also decided to transfer the land to Energy Department for projects of power generation, transmission and distribution.
Land will also be allotted to Sewa Bharti Sagar at Bina on 10 per cent premium as the guidelines for the year 2009-10.


Source; Indrakilsikkim blog
THE social service branch of rastriya swamsewak sangh naMED SEWA BHARATI ORGANISED THE DAY LONG LOW COST PILES disesese check up and treatment camp at sarasawati sishu vidhayalaya campus.dr b c saha of malda and group checked 62 piles patient along with 22 ladies patients too. The treatment was in low cost and treated via indian treatment tecnology through injection gautom sarkar north bengal/sikkim incharge of rastriya swamsewak sangh was present during the programme.according to one of the spokesperson of organising committe mr chandra prakash such type of treatment process is successfully running in siliguri from thirty years and from this year sikkim sewa bharati has also started the service. The sewa bharati has decided to organise such type of camp from next year for every year on 16th may.

Sunderbani, Nowshera residents seek trauma hospital

Source: Shariqs blog
Shariq Majeed
Tribune News Service Sunderbani (Rajouri), January 2
Even as the killer highway in this part of the border district continues to snuff out precious lives month after month, the successive state governments have turned a blind eye towards the need of a trauma hospital having a blood bank here.
A few days back, a person, identified as Satyam Gupta, suffered serious injuries in a road accident near here while he was on way to Poonch from Jammu. Bleeding profusely, Satyam was shifted to a local hospital here where doctors attending on him asked his family to arrange six units of O negative blood compatible to the patient. Since the hospital here lacks blood bank, the family tried hard to arrange the blood of the otherwise rare group and managed to get it from Jammu. He, however, died an hour before the requisite volume of blood was transported here. Doctors felt had there been a trauma hospital his life could have been saved.
Even though the state government…