Azim Premji visits RSS HQ, pays tribute to Hedgewar, Golwalkar

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October 8,2019

Nagpur, Oct 8: Azim Premji, one of the pioneers of the Indian Information Technology industry and founder of Wipro Limited, visited the Smruti Mandir at Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS)'s headquarters here to pay tribute to its founder K B Hedgewar.

Premji, who visited the memorial on October 5, also paid homage to M S Golwalkar, the second Sarsanghchalak of the organisation.

He wrote a message in the visitor book of the memorial and was gifted various books related to Sangh literature by Dr Hedgewar Memorial Committee.

The czar of the IT industry was also apprised of various programs undertaken by the organisation.

Various officials of the Nagpur administration were present during his visit.

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Kannadiga
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Wednesday, 9 Oct 2019

Yes the visit  might be because of threat by the anti Hindustan or by force and further it will repeated with more numbers. A type brain wash to fool the people.

 

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Man protests in front of Karnataka CM's house after baby dies due to treatment denial

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July 19,2020

Bengaluru, Jul 19: A man protested in front of Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa's residence on Saturday alleging lack of medical care claimed the life of his one-month-old infant girl, police said on Saturday.

Venkatesh sat with the baby's photograph in front of the Chief Minister's house, saying the girl developed health issues on July 11 and he rushed her to a hospital, but it turned him away, the police said.

He said he had approached about a dozen hospitals and all of them refused to provide the baby any medical care. Eventually, the baby died.

This forced Venkatesh to hold a protest to draw the Chief Minister's attention to the issue, the police said.

The demonstration drew public attention and a few people joined him in the protest, they said.

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97-yr-old successfully recovers from stroke in Bengaluru hospital

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July 17,2020

Bengaluru, Jul 17: The Doctors at Fortis Hospital, here on Friday, successfully treated a 97-year-old patient who suffered an embolic stroke due to calcified stenosis (narrowing of an artery resulting in restriction of blood flow).

In a release, the Hospital authorities stated that the team of doctors led by Dr Rajpal Singh, Director and Interventional Cardiologist, Fortis Hospital, Bangalore successfully conducted Carotid Artery Stenting (CAS) to increase the blood flow in the blocked areas which had resulted in stroke following stringent safety protocols and ensuring proper segregation of COVID and Non-COVID patients at the hospital.

Carotid arteries serve as the main channels which supply the blood flow to the brain and facial structures. Any significant narrowing in these arteries can cause a brain stroke, a mini-stroke, headache, and neurological symptoms.

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Karnataka's COVID-19 tally crosses 90,000-mark with 5,072 new cases

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July 25,2020

Bengaluru, July 25:  Karnataka reported 5,072 new COVID-19 positive cases and 72 deaths on Saturday, taking the total number of cases in the state to 90,942.

The total count includes 55,388 active cases and 1,796 deaths, the state health department said.

Meanwhile, a 100-year-old woman resident of Huvina Hadagali town in Bellary district here recovered from COVID-19 after testing positive for the virus earlier this month.

"Doctors treated me well. Along with regular food, I was eating an apple a day. The doctors are giving me tablets and injection, and I am healthy now. COVID-19 is like a common cold," said Hallamma while speaking to news agency.

The woman's son, daughter-in-law, and grandson had also tested positive for the virus, and the family was treated at their home.

India reported a spike of 48,916 coronavirus cases on Saturday, taking the total number of reported COVID-19 cases to 13,36,861, according to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

The total count include 4,56,071 active cases, 8,49,431 cured/discharged/migrated. With 757 deaths in the last 24 hours, the cumulative toll reached 31,358.

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