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Two children from Iraq get new lease of life at Sir Ganga Ram hospital

Two children from  Iraq get new lease of life at  Sir Ganga Ram hospital

New Delhi, Aug 11 (UNI) Delhi based Sir Ganga Ram Hospital has given new lease of life to two children hailing from Iraq after they were successfully operated for a cardiac surgery here.
After efforts by Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation (BHHF) based in Erbil, Iraq and Diya India Foundation, based in Delhi, two years old Staish Azad Khalil and 7 years old Naveen Yaseen, who were suffering from advanced stage of cardiac diseases underwent successful surgery at the Sir Ganga Ram hospital for complex repair of heart.
About a fortnight back, doctors from Department of Pediatric Cardiac Sciences at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital were contacted by two NGO’s working in war torn area of Erbil, the capital city of Iraqi Kurdistan. These NGO’s, “Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation”(BHHF) based in Erbil, Iraq and Diya India Foundation, based in Delhi were trying to help two critically ill children who were living in desperate conditions in an internally displaced person’s camp at Erbil, Iraq. Both the girls, Two years old Staish Azad Khalil and 7 years old Naveen Yaseen were critical and were suffering from advanced stage of cardiac disease. Due to lack of medical facilities in war torn area of Iraq, these children would not have survived long without medical attention.

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India registers record 332,730 new COVID-19 Cases, 2,263 deaths

India registers record 332,730 new COVID-19 Cases, 2,263 deaths

23 Apr 2021 | 11:13 AM

New Delhi, Apr 23 (UNI) India has registered 332,730 new COVID-19 cases within the past 24 hours, marking the largest daily increase since the start of the outbreak, the Health Ministry said on Friday.

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Sumitra Mahajan recuperating well; Shifted to general ward

Sumitra Mahajan recuperating well; Shifted to general ward

23 Apr 2021 | 9:02 AM

New Delhi, Apr 23 (UNI) Former Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan, who was admitted to Bombay Hospital in Indore on Wednesday after she had developed mild fever, was shifted to General Ward after she was tested negative for the Novel Coronavirus on Thursday.

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PM pushes India's global climate diplomacy with clean energy agenda

PM pushes India's global climate diplomacy with clean energy agenda

22 Apr 2021 | 11:51 PM

New Delhi, Apr 22 (UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi took another step forward in India's global climate diplomacy on Earth Day Thursday, announcing that India is launching a clean energy initiative in partnership with the United States to help developing countries access clean technology and green finance.

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First Oxygen Express to start its journey for Mumbai from Visakhapatnam

First Oxygen Express to start its journey for Mumbai from Visakhapatnam

22 Apr 2021 | 11:24 PM

New Delhi, Apr 22 (UNI) The first Oxygen Express with Liquid Medical Oxygen tankers will start its journey for Mumbai from Visakhapatnam on Thursday night, a Railway Ministry official said here.

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Concrete action needed to combat climate change: PM

Concrete action needed to combat climate change: PM

22 Apr 2021 | 10:55 PM

New Delhi, Apr 22 (UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that a concrete action was needed to combat climate change wherein there is a need for such action at a high speed, on a large scale, and with a global scope.

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