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Supervisor of sugarcane mill shot by 2 persons in UP’s Moradabad

Moradabad (Uttar Pradesh), Feb 02 (ANI): The supervisor of a sugarcane mill in Uttar Pradesh’s Moradabad was shot at by two persons on Friday. Supervisor of sugarcane mill was identified as Ashish Kumar. Supervisor is injured and now admitted to hospital. Police said, “The supervisor is out of danger now and the accused have been arrested. Case registered.”

Horrific! Minor girl allegedly assaulted by her neighbour

Panchkula, Jan 15 (ANI): Threatening the very existence of women, another horrific crime against women came to light from Panchkula today. A minor girl was allegedly sexually assaulted by her neighbour.  A complaint was filed by the victim's father who accused his neighbour of torturing his 10-year-old minor daughter. As the matter came to the notice of police, the victim was taken to Kalka CHC for medical treatment. A case has been registered in this regard. Further investigation is underway.

Six killed, four injured as auto hits lorry

Asifabad (Telangana), Aug 23 (ANI): At least six people were killed and four others injured after an auto rickshaw collided with a lorry in Telangana's Asifabad on Tuesday. The incident took place when ten people were returning to their residence in an auto after visiting a temple in the outskirts. The auto collided with a lorry which was travelling to Chandrapur from Asifabad. The injured were rushed to the nearby hospital for medical treatment. A case has been filed and an investigation is underway.

24 Kawariyas, 4 ITBP personnel, 2 policemen injured in stone-pelting

Bareilly (Uttar Pradesh), July 23 (ANI): At least twenty four Kawariyas, four Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) personnel and two policemen were injured after an unidentified mob pelted stones near Khallam Village of Bareilly's Aliganj on Saturday. Medical treatment was provided to the injured as a medical camp was established in the area. Meanwhile, one officer has been suspended in this regard. Further investigation has been initiated in connection to the incident.

EAM Sushma Swaraj meets 4-month-old Pakistani infant after his successful heart surgery

New Delhi, July 21 (ANI): After the successfully heart surgery of four-month-old infant from Pakistan, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj met him on Friday. Rohaan successfully underwent a heart surgery at Jaypee Hospital in Uttar Pradesh’s Noida. The infant was brought to India for medical treatment after by External Affairs Minister (EAM) Sushma Swaraj extended her support. Rohaan’s father, Kanwal Sadiq, who was elated at the outcome of the surgery, took the opportunity to thank Swaraj.

24 injured as bus overturns in Shimla

Shimla, June 16 (ANI): At least 24 people including students were injured on Thursday after the bus they were travelling in overturned in Himachal Pradesh's Shimla. The incident took place in Shimla's Kelti. The passengers were immediately shifted to a nearby hospital for the medical treatment.

3.5 months old Pakistani infant arrives in India for heart treatment

New Delhi, June 13 (ANI): Over three-month-old infant, Rohaan, who was slated to come to India for medical treatment banking on the assurance by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, arrived in Noida on Monday evening, for the treatment at Jaypee Hospital in New Delhi. Rohaan’s father expressed gratitude to Sushma Swaraj for her help. Rohaan, who has a hole in his heart, was referred to the multi-specialty hospital for treatment. However, in the backdrop of cross-border tension between India and Pakistan, his parents were unable to get medical visa for their child's treatment in India.

49 bull-tamers injured during Jallikattu in Palamedu

Madurai (Tamil Nadu), Feb 10 (ANI): Atleast 49 bull tamers were injured during bull-taming sport Jallikattu event organised in Madurai's Palamedu area. Madurai's famous Jallikattu arena Palamedu hosted the bull-taming sport after two years after a ban on the sport was lifted in January. According to reports, a total of 850 bulls have been registered for the sport that held at Palamedu. Earlier, on February 5 at least 37 bull tamers were injured in Madurai's Avanipuram during Jallikattu. Of the injured, nine have been admitted to hospital for medical treatment, while the others who are not critical are being given first aid.

Raman Singh meets suicide attempt survivor, says govt to bear treatment expenses

Raipur, July 22 (ANI): Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh on Friday visited hospital to meet the youth who tried to commit suicide by immolating himself in front of the Chief Minister's residence yesterday. Singh said the government would bear the entire cost of his medical treatment, while assuring a financial help to his family. The chief minister said the youth had received 75 percent burn injury and was hopeful of his speedy recovery.

Two arrested in Chennai dog cruelty case

Chennai, July 06 (ANI): Everything seems to be falling in place finally in the Chennai dog cruelty case. The two medical students who were identified as culprits were arrested and taken to the court. Meanwhile, the dog has been undergoing a medical treatment. Complainant Shravan Kumar said that it’s great news that both the culprits have been arrested. He added that they will take action against them. Elaborating further on the dog’s condition, Shravan added that the dog is having two fractures and will take around 4-6 weeks to recover completely.

Pervez Musharraf leaves Pakistan after government lifts travel ban

Karachi, Mar 18 (ANI): Former president of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf left the country on Friday for medical treatment in Dubai after the government lifted a travel ban imposed on him as he awaited trial on treason and other charges. The Pakistan Supreme Court had earlier ordered the government to lift the travel ban on Musharraf, paving the way for him to leave the country. Musharraf left his home in a heavily guarded convoy for the Karachi airport. Later, Musharraf was seen with his party leaders raising hands.

Agra accident: Pleaded with folded hands but Irani didn't help, says victim's daughter

Agra (UP), Mar 07 (ANI): The daughter of the victim, who died after Smriti Irani's cavalcade hit their vehicle, said that she pleaded before her with folded hands but the Union HRD Minister didn't provide them any help. Irani's convoy was caught in a car pile-up following an accident on the Yamuna Expressway on Saturday. Describing the incident, her brother said his father was going to Mathura to attend a marriage when he was hit by Irani's convoy. According to reports, an FIR has also been registered in connection with this accident. Clarifying the claim, HRD Ministry spokesperson said that private vehicle that allegedly hit the biker, who later on died, has nothing to do with HRD Minister's cavalcade as being run in section of media. Rather, the Minister directed SSP Mathura to arrange ambulance immediately so that injured could be given medical treatment at the earliest.

Seven die after bus falls into gorge in Uttarakhand

Pauri Garhwal, Nov 10 (ANI): At least seven people were killed and several others injured after a bus carrying thirty passengers fell into a gorge in Uttarakhand. The bus was on its way from Kotdwara town in Pauri Garhwal district when it fell into 250-meter gorge in Gumkhal town. At least 20 were injured in the mishap. As per reports, the driver lost control of the vehicle while it was traversing the mountainous region. The injured were rushed back to Kotdwara to be given medical treatment.

Nine Kabbadi players killed in road accident in Odisha

Sundargarh, Sep 20 (ANI): At least nine Kabbadi players were killed and five others have been injured in a road accident in Barai area of Sundergarh district in Odisha. According to reports, the accident had occurred late night yesterday when the vehicle fell down from a bridge. The players were returning after winning a Kabbadi match. Seven Kabbadi players died on the spot, while the remaining two died at the hospital. Meanwhile, the Odisha government has announced a compensation of Rs 1 lakh each to the family of those killed and free medical treatment for the injured.