Malda Medical College

  • West Bengal: Four more children die in Malda hospital June 17, 2014

    Malda: Four fresh child deaths were reported in Malda Medical College and Hospital taking the toll in the unspecified illness to 20. Medical college vice-principal-cum-hospital superintendent MA Rashid on Tuesday said that the four, aged between two years and six years, were among six children admitted on Monday and died...
  • Eight children die in West Bengal hospital June 7, 2014

    Malda: At least eight children died and 17 others were hospitalised after suffering from an unidentified illness at Malda Medical College and Hospital in West Bengal. "The children, aged between 1-6 years, were admitted here with high fever, vomiting and convulsion on Thursday night. The children died in the past...
  • Rape victim immolates herself out of frustration April 3, 2014

    A married woman immolated herself on Thursday in frustration after a kangaroo court asked a young man who allegedly raped her to seek her forgiveness instead of punishing him in Malda district. The woman, a mother of two children, died at the Malda Medical College and Hospital after battling for life...
  • West Bengal: Crib death toll rises to 16 in Malda January 2, 2014

    Three more babies died at the Malda Medical College and Hospital on Thursday, taking the total number of crib deaths in the facility to 16 in the past three days. Hospital sources said three new borns have died due to respiratory problems, low weight and infection. Seventy-five babies are receiving treatment at...
  • West Bengal: 13 infants die in 2 days in state-run hospital at Malda January 2, 2014

    Malda: At least 13 infants, all of them less than five months old, died from malnutrition at a government hospital in Malda in West Bengal in the past 48 hours. The Malda Medical College Hospital authorities said, breathing trouble, low birth weight and infection were the prime causes behind the crib...
  • NHRC issues notice to West Bengal over infant deaths May 31, 2013

    New Delhi: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Thursday sought a report from West Bengal over the death of eight infants at a government hospital in Malda district. The media had reported that eight infants died at Malda Medical College Hospital on May 24. The same hospital was in news...
  • WB: 4 infants die in Malda Medical College Hospital January 10, 2013

    Malda: Four new-born children died in Malda Medical College and Hospital in Malda in this district headquarter town of Malda district. Vice-principal of the medical college MA Rashid said the babies died since last night of broncho-pneumonia. While two died in the Sick Neo-natal Care Unit, the other two died in...
  • Crib deaths: Two union ministers visit Malda hospital December 1, 2012

    Malda (WB): Deepa Dasmunsi, the bete noire of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, and another union minister from West Bengal on Saturday visited Malda Medical College and Hospital where 37 infants died in six days since Saturday. Dasmunsi, minister of state for urban development, and Abu Hasem Khan Chowdhury, minister of state...
  • WB: 19 infants die in Malda in last three days November 26, 2012

    Malda: Nineteen babies have died in Malda Medical College Hospital since Saturday, hospital authorities said on Monday. Of the 19 babies, six have died since Sunday, they said, adding Union Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare AH Khan Chowdhury is monitoring the situation. The authorities said the infants were...
  • WB: 11 infants die in Malda in last two days April 7, 2012

    Kolkata: Eleven babies have died in the last 2 days at the Malda Medical College and Hospital in the Malda district where barely two months back 20 newborns had died. Over 210 deaths have been reported this year from this same hospital. Six of the 11 babies were less than 28...
  • WB: Nine infants die in Malda hospital April 6, 2012

    Malda: Nine babies died within a space of 12 hours at the Malda Medical College and Hospital in the district where barely two months back 20 newborns had died. Of the the nine babies, who died between Wednesday evening and Thursday morning, seven were aged between one and 26 days...