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Soni directs to augment supply of oxygen cylinders in Govt Medical Colleges & Hospitals

Chandigarh, Sep 16 (UNI) To amplify the supply of oxygen in government medical colleges and hospitals, Punjab Medical Education and Research Minister Om Prakash Soni on Wednesday directed the principals of the three government medical colleges of the state to strengthen the supply chain and make the inventory of 200 cylinders during all times.
Reviewing the situation of the oxygen supply in a meeting with Principals of these colleges and hospitals at their official residence here, Mr Soni instructed the oxygen suppliers on telephone to ensure smooth supply of the gas to the hospitals. He also directed to ensure more emphasis on sanitization in the hospitals.
He directed the officers of the department to ensure that when the demand of medical apparatus comes up from medical colleges and hospitals, then supply of these should be ensured immediately in this pandemic.
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Accident claims 3

30 Oct 2020 | 12:28 AM

Satna, MP, Oct 29 (UNI) Three persons died and a fourth was grievously injured on Thursday when a speeding truck heading here collided head-on with a couple of motorcycles on the Satna-Amarpatan road in the vicinity of Jarmohra village, law-enforcement authorities said.
The hurt individual was rushed to a nearby infirmary.

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Temperature chart

30 Oct 2020 | 12:16 AM

Bhopal, Oct 29 (UNI) The maximum and minimum temperatures recorded on Thursday in Madhya Pradesh’s principal cities/towns:
Place Max Min (in degrees Celsius)

Bhopal 32.6 16.7

Indore 31.7 16.5

Gwalior 33.2 13.9

Jabalpur 32.7 17.6

Rewa 33.0 14.6

Satna 32.8 17.2
UNI SAN-AC.

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MP CM bows to Keshubhai

30 Oct 2020 | 12:09 AM

Bhopal, Oct 29 (UNI) Mourning the demise of Gujarat’s erstwhile chief minister Keshubhai Patel, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan described the event as an irreparable loss for the Bharatiya Janata Party.
“I pray for peace to the departed soul and fortitude to the grieving household for bearing the sorrow. Indeed, this day signifies the end of an era in Gujarat’s political sphere,” the senior politician conveyed via social media.

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Shivraj cannot achieve progress: Nath

29 Oct 2020 | 11:55 PM

Bhopal, Oct 29 (UNI) Parrying thrusts by saffron camp samurais, Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee President Kamal Nath claimed on Thursday that he is “neither tempted by chair nor post” therefore never played the politics of deals to save his predecessor dispensation as he did not desire to taint the state’s political arena.
The Vidhan Sabha’s Leader of Opposition addressed by-poll meetings at Gairatganj in Raisen District’s Sanchi Assembly constituency and at Bilehra in Sagar’s Surkhi.

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Cong double-crossed masses: Uma

29 Oct 2020 | 11:24 PM

Rajgarh/Guna, MP, Oct 29 (UNI) Strafing the enemy camp, Madhya Pradesh’s erstwhile chief minister Uma Bharati on Thursday accused the Congress of earlier grabbing power through the medium of temptation plus deception.
“That very act eventually brought down the dispensation and it is impossible for that party to assume the reins again in this state,” averred the firebrand sadhvi who led the Bharatiya Janata Party to a historic victory in the 2003 Assembly polls.

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