BREAKING NEWS HEALTH KASHMIR LIFE STYLE SRINAGAR 

On 47th day of curfew, Srinagar residents face acute shortage of essential commodities

Inhabitants of several areas of Srinagar city, including Habba Kadal, Fateh Kadal, Khanyar, Eidgah, Nowhatta, Batamaloo and others said that they are not being allowed to purchase essential commodities, especially baby food. On 47th day of curfew, Srinagar residents face acute shortage of essential commoditiesFile Photo Srinagar, Aug 24 (KNS): As the curfew and restrictions continued for the 47th consecutive day across Kashmir on Wednesday, inhabitants of various areas here have complained of facing acute shortage of essential commodities and baby food. Inhabitants of several areas of Srinagar city, including…

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BREAKING NEWS EDITORIAL HEALTH KASHMIR SRINAGAR 

Kashmir Unrest: DAK asks doctors to offer free consultation at clinics

President DAK Dr Nisar ul Hassan in a statement urged the doctors not to charge on consultations from patients at their private establishments. Kashmir Unrest: DAK asks doctors to offer free consultation at clinicsFile Photo Srinagar, Aug 21: Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) on Sunday asked doctors to provide free consultation to patients at their private clinics/nursing homes in view of the ongoing civil unrest. President DAK Dr Nisar ul Hassan in a statement urged the doctors not to charge on consultations from patients at their private establishments. “In view of…

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Acid Attack HEALTH 

Acid attack: SC asks states, UTs to give free treatment

The bench also asked the states and UTs to provide all kind of help to such victims as provided in an earlier judgement. The Supreme Court today directed all the states and union territories (UTs) to compensate, rehabilitate and provide free treatment to the survivors of acid attacks in pursuance of guidelines issued by it earlier. A bench of justices M Y Eqbal and C Nagappan gave the direction while dealing with a case of an acid attack victim from Bihar. The court asked the Bihar government to pay a…

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Kashmiri Marriage-Photography HEALTH LIFE STYLE 

Average age of marriage highest in JK

Trend contributing to growing infertility among women ZEHRU NISSA A health report has revealed that average age of marriage is higher in JK state than all other states in India, a trend that many experts feel is contributing to growing infertility among women. Healthcare experts have been raising the issue of growing rates of infertility among women in the state and called for efforts to study the reasons that contribute to it. Although the role of late marriage in affecting the chances of conception has long been discussed in the…

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Heart Attack EDITORIAL HEALTH JAMMU KASHMIR 

500 people died in Jammu and Kashmir due to hypertension and heart related disorders.

Srinagar, Nov 26:Nearly 500 people have died due to hypertension and heart related disorders in Jammu and Kashmir in last one year which is almost 92 percent more than those killed in violence and militancy related incidents during the same period.According to the latest report of Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the number of cases of adolescent or adult deaths above 6 years is 430 with probable cause being heart disease or hypertension. The figure is nearly 92 percent more than those killed due to violence and militancy related…

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