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Worst care in intensive cases in GB Pant Hospital ; Citizens demands LG's attention

TMI Correspondent Port Blair, Aug 21: The GB Pant Hospital Port Blair, known for the life savior in the past, is now ghastly turning into life finale stall for the patients, especially, who suffers with neurological and cardio-logical illnesses in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Some diseased family members, who have observed in the recent past, say that, "Patients who are entering into the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the GB Pant Hospital may denote as a finale of life. Neither patients' attenders are allowed nor are the duty staffs keeping eye on patients in the ICU to maintain proper communication or status about the patient, negligently. The doctors used to assure the diseased family members as 'wait 2-days', 'patient will be alright', 'need not to refer mainland hospital, he will be alright here only', but one have to meet terrible end in many cases, finally". "The doctors too least bother to refer such patients immediately t

Traditional patch work going on road

After every spell of rain our city roads require maintenance, but this is monsoon's heavy rain falls on. Thus, APWD workmen are filling the potholes before the roads vanished. Portion of road at Anand Paradise Cinema Hall at School Line and road at Prem Nagar junction have become all-time recorded potholes during this monsoon.     (Pix: R.P. Sharma)


The nears and dears have condoled the sudden and untimely demise of Shri T. Suresh Babu, S/o Late T. Ramamurthy, R/o Shadipur, who breathed his last on 21/08/2019 evening at GB Pant Hospital. He was working in the BSNL’s Telephone Exchange Office as contract basis. He was a hard worker and a well being person. He always stood front, in guiding youth and participation in social welfare activities in Shadipur. The members of Buniyadabad have also pray the Almighty to rest his soul in peace and give strength to the bereaved family members.

Stop opening liquor outlets: LA villagers

Hut Bay, Aug 21: Villagers of Rabindranagar and Vivekanandnagar in Little Andaman have raised strong objection to opening of liquor outlets in the region on August 20, 2019. At a meeting held in July this year, the villagers called for the intervention of the Prime Minister, Home Minister as also senior officials of the administration through a letter to stop issue of permits to operate liquor trade in the remote villages. 'Rabindranagar and Vivekanandnagar are remote villages in Little Andaman and opening of liquor Bars will have an adverse impact on school students and women in the region. Teenagers particularly in the age-group of 13-16 years will be the most affected as they may get into alcohol addiction. Besides, affecting our culture and tradition, easy availability of liquor will also have an effect on the Onge tribe here, who often visit Hut Bay for healthcare and other needs', mentioned villagers in the letter.