Ranchi: Cricket star Mahendra Singh Dhoni is troubled by knee pain these days and has turned to a doctor in his native place for treatment. This doctor attends his patients under a tree in a remote village in Ranchi. Vaidya Bandhan Singh Kharwar, who treats ailments with wild herbs, like all his patients, charged Dhoni Rs 40 for a single dose of medicine.
About 70 km from Ranchi, at Katingkela in Lapung police station area, Vaidya Bandhan Singh Kharwar has been treating patients for the last 28 years. He has a tarpaulin tent under a tree where Dhoni has been visiting him for last one month at an interval of four days to get a dose of his medicine. The medicine prepared by this Vaidya for the treatment of bone ailments is such that it cannot be carried home.
Before Dhoni, his parents were treated by this doctor. Vaidya Bandhan Singh Kherwar said that he did not initially recognise Dhoni's parents nor could he recognise Dhoni. He learnt of his famous patient only when the youths in the neighbourhood gathered around for photos with him.
Vaidya said that "Dhoni comes like a normal patient without any pomp. He has no pride in being a celebrity. However, now every four days, the news of Dhoni's arrival gathers his fans here. So now he sits in his car while his medicine is administered to him."
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Lucknow, July 20 (IANS) The condition of former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Kalyan Singh remains 'unstable' and he has been put on non-invasive ventilation at the Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGIMS).According to a bulletin issued by the hospital on Tuesday, "The condition of Kalyan Singh is unstable. His clinical parameters are being closely monitored by the expert consultants. He has been kept on non-invasive ventilation due to respiratory worsening."The senior faculty of Critical Care Medicine (CCM), cardiology, nephrology, neurology and endocrinology are keeping a close watch on all the aspects related to his health, the statement said.SGPGIMS director, Professor R K Dhiman is supervising Singh's treatment on a daily basis, the statement added.Kalyan Singh was admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU) of the SGPGIMS on July 4.--IANS amita/bg
New Delhi, July 9 (IANS) Newly-appointed Union Minister for Science & Technology, Jitendra Singh, said on Friday that the Covid-19 pandemic has shifted the focus to biotech and genetic interventions, offering an appropriate opportunity to work on strategic research outcomes which are specifically India-centric and can provide answers to a number of questions posed by the contemporary health scenario.Singh said that the time has come for the biotechnology department to emerge as a service provider for the common citizens and contribute to ‘Ease of Living' and ‘Ease of Health'. The minister also underscored the need to curtail all kinds of wasteful expenditure.Addressing biotechnology scientists during his first review meeting of the department after taking charge of the ministry, Singh said, "India has huge resource materials for both research as well as medical service to offer the world exclusive preventive and therapeutic options, particularly considering the fact that Indian phenotype and India genotype are different from the rest of the world."As a result, both the epidemiology as well as the clinical course of diseases, including the currently prevalent infections caused by the Corona virus or the mutant viruses, could be different and therefore, India's researchers and scientists also owe the responsibility to provide remedies for the Indian patients, he said.Singh called upon the biotechnologists to identify at least two exclusive projects which could be researched and completed with definite conclusions and results around the 75th Independence anniversary of India in 2022. The minister also asked the biotechnology department to explore the feasibility of conducting joint projects with premier medical Institutions like AIIMS, and at the same time engage the industry, private players and young startups in these projects.--IANSmiz/arm
New Delhi, July 6 (IANS) Accompanied by Union Minister of State for Finance Anurag Thakur, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday flagged off 900 oxygen concentrators from here for Himachal Pradesh."The oxygen concentrators will cater to 1,400 beds in Anurag Thakur's Hamirpur Parliamentary constituency. Anurag Thakur has transformed Hamirpur into an oxygen bank," Singh said on the occasion. "A total of 1,000 oxygen concentrators, 3 PSA plants and lakhs of Covid supplies make Hamirpur fully equipped to fight Covid-19," Thakur said.Singh further said, "I applaud Anurag Thakur for setting up an oxygen bank for Himachal Pradesh. This bank will be big enough to cater to 1,400 beds and help in our fight against Covid. He had previously sent multiple consignments, including lakhs of Covid relief materials, and his efforts are immensely admirable. "This is a big effort put in by Anurag Thakur and I encourage him to continue his social efforts for his constituency and the state. He has taken this endeavour with the intent of ‘seva' and followed the BJP's mantra of ‘Seva hi Sangathan'."Speaking during the flag off ceremony, Thakur said, "I express my gratitude to Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh for flagging off 900 oxygen concentrators on my request for Himachal Pradesh. Since the Covid pandemic began, I have provided over 1,000 oxygen concentrators and 3 PSA plants for Himachal Pradesh. I've also regularly strengthened the hands of the local administration by providing lakhs of masks, PPE kits, surgical gloves and other Covid resources. "I am constantly monitoring the Covid situation in my constituency. I would also like to add that we had dispatched 17 Asptal mobile medical units carrying Covid relief materials for 12 districts in Himachal Pradesh. My endeavour has been to strengthen the relief efforts in Himachal by providing timely resources to help save lives. Under Prime Minister Narendra Modi's leadership, all efforts have been made to ensure that we avert the third wave and save lives."A few weeks ago, on the request and initiative of Thakur, BJP President J.P. Nadda had laid the foundation for 2 PSA oxygen plants of 140 LPM each in Hamirpur and Bilaspur and flagged off 108 oxygen concentrators along with 160 oxygen cylinders as part of Covid relief for Himachal Pradesh.--IANSarm/
Lucknow, July 5 (IANS) Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Kalyan Singh was shifted to the Sanjay Gandhi Post graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGIMS), late on Sunday evening, after his condition took a turn for the worse.He was shifted from the Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences (RMLIMS), where he was in ICU since Saturday.A sudden rise in his blood pressure triggered a minor heart attack.According to an official statement, the 89-year-old politician, has developed an inflammation in the parotid gland and was also diagnosed with irregularities in his kidney function.A panel of ten doctors are the former chief minister."His blood pressure and pulse are stable, but he has altered sensorium which is being treated by doctors of cardiology, nephrology, endocrinology and neuro-autology, according to a SGPGI bulletin. Antibiotics administration has helped control his sepsis, but brain scans showed blood clots.Meanwhile, union defence minister Rajnath Singh and deputy chief minister Keshav Maurya visited the veteran leader before he was moved to SGPGI's critical care medicine ICU.--IANSamita/pgh
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