Hospital

  • Mumbai: Hospitalised man beaten to death by fellow patient May 13, 2014

    A patient was beaten to death while two other patients were seriously injured when a fellow patient attacked them with an iron stand at a Mumbai hospital. The accused, Shahabuddin Talukdar, has been arrested. The incident took place on Monday when the accused used the iron stand which is used...
  • CJ highlights inadequate medical facilities at a Mumbai hospital February 24, 2014

    CJ Abhay Kumar Jha reports on the lack of facilities in Mumbai's Tata Memorial Hospital. He says that due to lack of medical staff and adequate beds for patients, many are forced to live on the streets waiting for their appointment. Through his CJ report, he wants the authorities to...
  • CJ Show: Patients sleep on the streets outside AIIMS February 28, 2014

    CJ Suresh Paswan came to Delhi's AIIMS to treat his ailing son. Due to less intake capacity at the hospital, Suresh along with his family have been living on the street outside the hospital. He is one of the many such patients who travel from the far off places for...
  • CJ Yasmeen wants specialty hospitals for burn victims February 28, 2014

    CJ Yasmeen Mansoori is an acid attack survivor. She has gone through several surgeries to reconstruct her face, but many times as a burns patient, she felt the need of special medical attention. In this report, Yasmeen is requesting the government to build specialty hospitals for patients like her. ...
  • CJ follow-up: No improvement in the condition of Alwar hospital February 23, 2014

    CJ Samar Gupta had filed a report exposing the lack of basic medical facilities in a government run hospital in his hometown of Alwar in Rajasthan. Two years later, Samar followed up on his story only to find that the condition has only become worse. ...
  • The Citizen Journalist Health Special Show February 28, 2014

    This week, as elections near, CJ tackles one of the most urgent issues that should be on any aspiring politician's agenda: healthcare. ...
  • The Citizen Journalist Show February 22, 2014

    This week, as elections near, CJ tackles one of the most urgent issues that should be on any aspiring politician's agenda: healthcare. ...
  • J&K: Woman forced to deliver outside hospital in snow January 11, 2014

    In yet another shocking incident of medical negligence, a woman was forced to deliver her child in a snow filled compound of a hospital in subzero temperatures in Srinagar. The incident took place at Kukroosa village in Kupwara district near Srinagar when the hospital staff and doctors failed to arrive...
  • FTP: Will Anuradha Saha medical negligence case become a turning point in healthcare? October 24, 2013

    In a landmark judgement in a case of medical negligence, the Supreme Court on Thursday enhanced compensation paid to US-based NRI Dr Kunal Saha from Rs 1.73 crore to Rs 5.96 crore for the death of his wife at the age 36 in a Kolkata hospital due to maltreatment. This...
  • Judgement marks a beginning of a change in India's health care system: Kunal Saha October 24, 2013

    In a landmark judgement in a case of medical negligence, the Supreme Court on Thursday enhanced compensation paid to NRI Dr Kunal Saha from Rs 1.73 crore to Rs 5.96 crore for the death of his wife at the age 36 in a Kolkata hospital due to maltreatment. This is...
  • CJ Show: A childs death by medical negligence September 5, 2013

    CJ Fatima from Bangalore files this report on how she lost her three month old baby to medical negligence. She says that her baby was admitted to a hospital for urinary infection, but ended up losing him to burn injuries. ...
  • News 360: Mumbai gangrape survivor, colleague play pivotal role in giving police concrete leads August 23, 2013

    A 23-year-old photojournalist was allegedly gangraped by five men on Thursday evening at Shakti Mill in Parel area of Central Mumbai. The woman was accompanied by a male colleague, who was gagged and bound while she was raped. ...
  • Mumbai gangrape: Doctors say survivor is stable August 23, 2013

    Doctors of Jaslok Hopsital where the Mumbai gangrape survivor is being treated, said that the she went through a minor procedure on Friday morning and is out of danger. ...
  • India Positive: Stories of individuals who have made a difference August 17, 2013

    A Gurgaon based doctor has stepped up awareness campaign on first aid for road accident victims. Amar Chauhan, who runs Ayushman hospital and Trauma centre, has been on the forefront of a campaign to raise an awareness campaign for road accident victims in the city. India has the world's largest...
  • There is a superhero in all of us: Hrithik August 5, 2013

    Post his brain surgery, Hrithik Roshan talks about his experience and recalls how the doctors had told him that a steel rod had to be drilled into his skull. He had the choice to either undergo the trauma or just do it and get over with it and move on...
  • Watch: World sees the royal baby July 27, 2013

    Hundreds thronged London's St Mary Hospital to catch a first glimpse of the royal baby- as Prince William and Kate Middleton walked out to introduce the Prince of Cambridge to the world. ...
  • Watch: Buiding that can 'eats' smog in Mexico city July 23, 2013

    A building in Mexico City is doing its bit to save the environment. The hospital tower has a very unique feature, it 'eats' smog. The facade is coated in a special material which when is hit by sunlight's ultraviolet rays begins to break down pollutants into less harmful substances. The...
  • Kate Middleton admitted to hospital in early stages of labour July 22, 2013

    The Buckingham Palace confirmed that Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton is in labour and admitted to hospital on Monday. ...
  • Britain waits for the royal baby July 21, 2013

    It's being called the 'Great Kate Wait' by the media and the public in Britain who continue to wait for the royal baby. The anticipation for the royal baby's arrival has grown as sources say that the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton's due date has come and gone. ...
  • India @ 9 with Rajdeep Sardesai July 16, 2013

    Catch the day's top stories with Rajdeep Sardesai on India @ 9. ...
  • News 360: Govt clears 100 per cent FDI in telecom, say sources July 17, 2013

    In big-ticket reforms push, the government on Tuesday decided to hike foreign direct investment (FDI) in 13 sectors....
  • Britain's wait for the royal baby to end soon July 17, 2013

    The Britain is waiting for the royal baby, the first child of Prince William and Kate. The Duchess of Cambridge will give birth in the Lindo wing of St Mary's Hospital in Paddington, central London, and has opted for a natural birth. ...
  • Bangalore: Woman dies after blood transfusion in a govt hospital July 5, 2013

    Yet another case of alleged medical negligence in Bangalore. A young woman who went for a simple blood transfusion in a hospital died after she was given blood of a wrong group. ...
  • US: Doctors use surgical glue to save a baby's life June 14, 2013

    Doctors at the University of Kansas Hospital found a brain aneurysm which was the size of an almond on a blood vessel that is as thin as angel hair pasta. Her surgeon used a microcatheter as thin as a strand of hair to access the aneurysm. ...
  • Medical negligence: New Karnataka Health Minister offers all help to Shailaja June 11, 2013

    New Karnataka Health Minister UT Khader, taking note of the Citizen Journalist story that highlighted Shailaja's plight, has promised action and offered to bear her medical expenses. ...
  • Mysterious celebrity deaths June 5, 2013

    Bollywood actress Jiah Khan was found dead in her apartment in Juhu, Mumbai on late Monday night. ...
  • Jiah Khan 'suicide' case: Boyfriend will be probed, say reports June 4, 2013

    The film world woke up to some shocking news this morning as actress Jiah Khan was found dead in her apartment in Mumbai. The police suspect it to be suicide. The young actress, who debuted opposite Amitabh Bachchan in 'Nishabd', was just 25. ...
  • Prisoner deaths: The lessons to be learnt by India, Pakistan May 9, 2013

    Sarabjit Singh and Sanaullah Haq - both faceless in life, are now martyrs in the eyes of India and Pakistan. Many are saying there should be no more Sarabjits and Sanaullahs. ...
  • Will Pakistan punish the guilty for Sarabjit's murder? May 2, 2013

    On Thursday, the interim chief minister of Pakistan's Punjab assured the Indian High Commission that the murderers of Indian death row convict Sarabjit Singh would be punished. ...
  • Pak considering India's request to repatriate Sarabjit: Sources May 1, 2013

    Indian prisoner Sarabjit Singh slipped into a coma in a Pakistani hospital, days after being beaten up in jail there. ...