Jaslok

  • Daughter told me she only knew description, not names: Mumbai gangrape survivor's mother September 20, 2013

    Recounting her brutal rape last month, the Mumbai photojournalist informed her mother that she was assaulted by five men, whose names she did not know. According to the statement of the girl's mother, at around 7:30 pm on the fateful day (August 22), she called her daughter on mobile. The statement...
  • Mumbai gangrape: Maharashtra govt pays Rs 1.85 lakh to Jaslok hospital for victim's treatment September 3, 2013

    Maharashtra government has cleared the bills of Jaslok Hospital, where the 23-year-old photojournalist, gangraped at a defunct mill complex last month, was treated. The victim was discharged from the hospital a week after being admitted, after doctors attending on her declared her "medically fit". "The medical expenses bill of the rape...
  • Mumbai gangrape survivor's condition is steadily improving: Doctors August 25, 2013

    Mumbai: The condition of the 23-year-old photojournalist who was brutally raped by five men is improving steadily, doctors attending to the girl said in a statement. "The patient's condition is steadily improving. Our team of experts are continuously monitoring her," said a statement released by Jaslok hospital, where the girl...
  • 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. ...
  • Mumbai gangrape: Doc says survivor stable, police arrest one accused August 23, 2013

    Mumbai: 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. "She went through a minor medical procedure. She is stable now," CEO Jaslok Hospital, Dr Tarang Giachandani said. Dr Tarang...
  • Opposition seeks RR Patil's resignation over Mumbai gangrape case August 23, 2013

    Blaming Maharashtra Home Minister R R Patil for the deteriorating law and order situation in the state, the Opposition on Friday demanded his resignation in the wake of the brutal gangrape of a 23-year-old photojournalist. "If you can't improve the law and order situation in Mumbai, you must resign," BJP state...
  • Apollo Pharmacy resumes selling Ranbaxy drugs June 10, 2013

    Mumbai: Apollo Pharmacy started selling Ranbaxy drugs at its stores again on Monday after the company recertified its stocks. Apollo Pharmacy had on Friday issued a cautionary advisory against Ranbaxy drugs and had temporarily suspended their sale. Earlier, Mumbai's Jaslok Hospital had also stopped the use of Ranbaxy drugs. "Our...
  • Apollo Pharmacy issues advisory against Ranbaxy drugs June 7, 2013

    Mumbai: Apollo Pharmacy on Friday issued a cautionary advisory against Ranbaxy drugs and temporarily suspended their sale. Earlier, Mumbai's Jaslok Hospital had stopped the use of Ranbaxy drugs. "Our medical committee, which is a very strong committee within Apollo, has reviewed the matter and recommended, as a cautionary measure, we should...
  • Ranbaxy CEO says the pharma company's medicines have always been safe June 6, 2013

    Under attack for manufacturing spurious drugs, Ranbaxy CEO Arun Sawhney told CNN-IBN that Ranbaxy medicines are completely safe and that his company has resumed supplying medicines to Jaslok Hospital in Mumbai. ...
  • Adulterated drugs: Mumbai hospital stops Ranbaxy products June 5, 2013

    Mumbai: In more trouble for pharma giant Ranbaxy, one of Mumbai's top hospitals asked its consultants to stop buying its products over the adulterated drugs controversy. Mumbai's Jaslok hospital asked its consultants to stop prescribing Ranbaxy products on Wednesday after the company agreed to pay $ 500 million in settlement...
  • Former Mumbai police chief admitted to hospital August 29, 2012

    Mumbai: Former Mumbai police commissioner Arup Patnaik was on Wednesday admitted to the Jaslok Hospital in Mumbai where he underwent an angioplasty. He had gone to the hospital for a check-up and had complained of discomfort and irritation. Following his complaint, an angiography was done on the former Mumbai police chief...
  • Ambani hospital launches robotic surgical system June 11, 2012

    Mumbai: The Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital and Medical Research Institute on Sunday launched a robotic surgical system which helps overcoming the limitations of the conventional keyhole or laparoscopic surgery. The surgery, called da Vinci Robotic Surgery, was launched at an event at the hospital in Mumbai by Dr Suresh Advani, an...
  • Parkinson's disease remains largely misunderstood April 11, 2012

    Mumbai: India has an estimated 1 million patients suffering from Parkinson's disease. Parkinson's affects 1 in 1000 people, but remains largely misunderstood. It's mainly recognised by tell-tale tremors. Though you wouldn't be able to tell by looking at 56-year-old Harpreet Vich, that he has this de-generative disorder. He was diagnosed 11...
  • How Jaslok Hospital averted fire deaths in 2009 December 9, 2011

    Retd Col Manesh Masand was the CEO of Jaslok Hospital when a fire broke out at the hospital in Mumbai in 2009. ...
  • Asha Bhonsle's daughter in ICU due to pill overdose September 9, 2008

    Mumbai: Just a day after legendary singer Asha Bhosle celebrated her 75th birthday her daughter Varsha has been admitted to Jaslok Hospital in Mumbai. 52-year old Varsha Bhosle was rushed to the Jaslok hospital earlier on Tuesday. According to reports, Varsha had an overdose of sleeping pills and is currently in the...