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Vajpayee responding well to treatment, likely to make full recovery in next few days: AIIMS

Vajpayee responding well to treatment, likely to make full recovery in next few days: AIIMS

New Delhi, June 13 (UNI) Former Prime MInister Atal Behari Vajpayee, who is admitted to the All India Institute for Medical Sciences for a urinary tract treatment, has shown significant improvement in last 48 hrs and is likely to make full recovery in next few days, doctors at the hospital said on Wednesday,

'Mr Atal Bihari Vajpayee has shown significant improvement in last 48 hrs. His kidney function has improved with good urine output. His blood pressure, heart rate & breathing are normal. They're being maintained without support. We are hopeful he'll make full recovery in next few days,'AIIMS said in the latest bulletin on health of the former Prime Minister.

Meanwhile, a steady stream of high-profile visitors called on the ailing politician to enquire about his

condition. Former Prime Ministers Manmohan Singh and H D Deve Gowda had earlier visited AIIMS to enquire about Mr Vajpayee's health.

Earlier on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP chief Amit Shah and Congress president Rahul Gandhi had visited the former Prime Minister.

Mr Vajpayee was on Monday admitted to AIIMS for a routine check up.

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Gadkari launches 39 NH projects in Andhra

Gadkari launches 39 NH projects in Andhra

21 Jan 2019 | 7:24 PM

New Delhi/Hyderabad, Jan 21 (UNI) Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways, Shipping, Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation Nitin Gadkari inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of 39 National Highways Projects in Andhra Pradesh on Monday.

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Mehul Choksi surrendering his passport reflect failed promises by PM Modi: Cong

21 Jan 2019 | 7:21 PM

New Delhi, Jan 21 (UNI) Reacting to reports of Mehul Choksi, accused in PNB fraud case, surrendering his passport to the Indian High Commission in Guyana, the Congress on Monday said that it was a reflection of the failed promises made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the time of Lok Sabha elections.

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Delhi Chief Secy visits DCW

21 Jan 2019 | 7:15 PM

New Delhi, Jan 21 (UNI) The Chief Secretary of Delhi government Vijay Kumar Dev on Monday visited the office of Delhi Commission for Women at Vikas Bhawan.

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Knowledge a 'double-edged' sword : Rajnath

Knowledge a 'double-edged' sword : Rajnath

21 Jan 2019 | 7:09 PM

New Delhi, Jan 21(UNI) Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday expressed concern over the misguided youth indulging in misusing information technology skills for alleged anti-social activities under the influence by extremist groups such as the Al-Qaeda and others.

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Rainy day in Delhi, max at 22 6 deg C

21 Jan 2019 | 7:01 PM

New Delhi, Jan 21 (UNI) The Delhiites on Monday witnessed a rainy day with gusty winds and thunderstorm, with the maximum temperature settling at 22.

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