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“The treatments could have been done in reasonable expenses”-Health Secretary

CM’warning did not seem to knock Apollo’s conscience. Series of complains keep on coming which focuses the similar issue of inflated bill amount without any improvement in patients. The health department called meeting in this regard. As per reports the department officials and health secretary was not convinced with the explanation hospital. “We are not […]

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Apollo Hospital attacked for inflated bill -management address media to justify themselves

After repeated warning from Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee things did not seem to improve at Apollo Gleneagles Kolkata. Sanjay Roy was admitted to the emergency ward of the city private hospital after facing a serious accident on 16th day of February. As per sources Roy’s family were  forced to shift him to SSM hospital after […]

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BJP supporters come into clash with police-22 arrested

BJP supporting workers on Thursday came into confrontation with police after they demonstrated a sudden protest outside Nabanna main gate. The area was kept under Section 144 already but the BJP supporters reached the area by taxi and appeared all of a sudden. The main protest was demonstrated against the Primary TEt scam. The BJP […]

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“Healthcare services are not like factories: hospitals must behave with humanity”- Mamata Banerjee

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today slammed the  representatives of private hospitals and nursing homes at Town Hall regarding the regular complaints coming against private hospitals. “There are some complaints against private hospitals, but people should not take law in their own hands.But there are so many complaints of exorbitant and inflated bills. For […]

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State Govt. to recognise Kurukh language-announces Mamata Banerjee

The West Bengal Government celebrated the International Mother Language Day today in the presence of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. “Bhasha Dibas” promotes awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee announced that the state Government has decided to give recognition to Kurukh language and also form a committee for the recognition of […]

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State Govt to commemorate Bhasha Divas

The West Bengal Government will celebrate the International Mother Language Day today in the presence of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. “Bhasha Dibas” promotes awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. A Bhasha Shahid Smarak was build last year in memory of the ones who martyred their lives at the Bhasha or Language Movement in Bagladesh […]

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“Vandalism of schools will not be tolerated”-said CM

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday raised her voice against the vandalism at Baguihati school. CM clearly said that she will not tolerate any attempt to construct buildings for housing by demolishing schools. “I am shocked to learn that they tried to demolish the school to construct a housing. Why should they have so much […]

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Noted Bengali singer Banasree Sengupta passes away

Renowned  Bengali singer Banasree Sengupta passed away on Sunday at a city hospital after prolonged illness. The 71 year old atrist was undergoing treatment at the state-run SSKM Hospital and died there at 11.30 AM today, her brother Surya Sengupta said. “She was admitted at the hospital around 10 days ago with lung related problem,” […]

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“Politics of vandalism shall not be encouraged at ant cost”- Mamata Banerjee

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee slammed the oppositions on vandalism issue saying that such gestures will not be encouraged. “The politics of destruction will not be entertained. The ones who were unable to do something better have no right to criticise our effort to make the corrections. “. CM also raised the issue of CMRI defacement. […]

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Sadhan Pandey calls hospital officials for meeting

Minister for Consumer Affairs & Self Help Group & Self-Employment in the Government of West Bengal, Sadhan Pandey called for a meeting with all top officials from private hospitals on 22nd of February to discuss regarding the matter. “The cases of ransacking hospitals by patien families have been quite regular. Complains are coming up against […]

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