Indian Medical Association Ima
India  /  Published 02.12.20

Doctor strike on Ayurveda surgery

The IMA has sought withdrawal of all non-essential and non-Covid services from 6am to 6pm on December 11...
By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi

Opinion  /  Published 02.12.20

Think again: Ayurveda surgery

Readers' Speak: protest against Down Under coal-mine project at India-Australia match; world AIDS day...
By The Telegraph

Opinion  /  Published 30.11.20

Fatal mix: IMA against Ayurveda surgery

Although medical pluralism is not necessarily a bad thing given the paucity of healthcare professionals, this requires thorough and strictly regulated training...
By The Editorial Board

India  /  Published 25.11.20

IMA: withdraw Ayurveda order

Senior IMA executives have said the notification would allow widespread mixing of medical streams...
By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi

India  /  Published 22.11.20

Ayurveda: nod to surgeries

The IMA questioned the notification and urging the CCIM to 'develop their own surgical disciplines from their own ancient texts' and not claim surgical disciplines of modern medicine...
By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi


West Bengal  /  Published 02.11.20

Covid: change in care policy

Covid-19 patients aged above 50 or with any health risk factor to be brought in to safe homes even if the patients are asymptomatic ...
By Pranesh Sarkar in Calcutta

North East  /  Published 13.10.20

25 convicted in Assam doctor lynching case

The investigation highlighted the police’s promptness in filing a 'foolproof' chargesheet in 22 days and the steps taken for 'protection' of witnesses...
By Umanand Jaiswal in Guwahati

Jharkhand  /  Published 24.09.20

Covid: Prominent steel city doctor dead

A resident of Sakchi, Dr Gardin served at the Tata Main Hospital till his retirement, and was also a member of IMA, Jamshedpur...
By Kumud Jenamani in Jamshedpur

Opinion  /  Published 24.09.20

Fallen warriors: India's healthcare workers

The Centre’s plaintive cries about the absence of data on the deaths of frontline health workers have several implications...
By The Editorial Board

India  /  Published 18.09.20

Cannot call us 'warriors' when you don't care to count deaths: doctors

Doctors accuse the Modi govt of ‘hypocrisy’ for describing healthcare workers on the frontlines of the epidemic as ‘warriors’ but not caring to count the number of virus deaths among them...
By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi


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