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  • No doctor at General Hospital can now recommend free CT Scan, MRI

    LAHORE: The principal of Postgraduate Medical Institute (PGMI) has withdrawn powers from administrative and teaching doctors to prescribe free CT Scan and MRI tests, causing a great deal of inconvenience to deserving patients, particularly those getting treatment in indoor departments of the Lahore General Hospital...

    At the Lahore General Hospital (LGH), the powers to recommend to patients all kinds of tests for free, including MRI...

  • Allied’s faulty MRI machine the bane of patients

    FAISALABAD: Frequent malfunctioning of the sole Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machine at the Allied Hospital is creating problems for the patients as well as the administration...

    Except Allied none of the other state-run hospital in the city has the MRI test facility...

  • Funds released for MRI machine at HFH

    RAWALPINDI: The Holy Family Hospital (HFH) will get a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine within three months...

    Dr Mohammad Aslam, the chairman of the Rawalpindi Medical College (RMC) board of directors, told Dawn that the provincial government had released Rs150 million for the installation of the MRI machine in the hospital...

  • Wrong MRI: family takes case to healthcare commission

    FAISALABAD: The father of a minor patient, who was issued a wrong MRI report by a private hospital of Faisalabad, has moved the case to the Punjab Healthcare Commission for action against the hospital...

    The doctor began treatment after the MRI report but found no sign of recovery after a month...

  • Lahore college to set up Chinese language centre

    LAHORE: The Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) is going to establish a Chinese language centre on its campus...

    “We are going to establish a Chinese language centre in the varsity within six months and also hire foreign faculty in this regard,” LCWU Vice Chancellor Dr Rukhsana Kausar said...

  • Patients go violent in bid to come out of Expo Centre field hospital in Lahore

    Lahore: A law and order situation occurred at the Expo Centre Field Hospital when some members of the Tableeghi Jamaat and other confirmed patients of the virus refused to stay at the centre and broke open the door in a bid to come out of the premises...

    They were of the view that the centre admin had unnecessarily kept them despite the fact that the reports had tested them negative...

  • Punjab govt to send recommendations to Centre for tightening virus restrictions in Lahore

    The Punjab government has decided to send recommendations to the federal government for tightening lockdown measures in Lahore in a bid to curb the growing number of Covid-19 cases, it emerged on Friday...

    It was decided that recommendations will be sent to the Centre in order to impose stricter restrictions, the statement said, adding that a separate strategy will be implemented in Lahore after approval from the federal government......

  • Portfolio: Lahore Lahore hai

    Depicting Lahore in images is an old practice and its early patterns could be found in the miniature paintings of the Mughal era...

    Lahore, being the cultural hub, played a vital role in the arts, literature and culture in the mid-20th century; especially, visual art was inspired by the rich panoramic beauty of the walled city and life around its 13 gates, so an exclusive genre of cityscape came into existence, as early as the...

  • Chakwal’s historic public school converted into centre of excellence

    CHAKWAL: The Punjab government has converted Chakwal’s historic Government High School No 1 into centre of excellence which will be run by the Punjab Daanish Schools and Centres of Excellence Authority...

    According to the act, the authority was tasked to establish Daanish Schools and to notify the existing public schools as Centre of Excellence in the province...

  • Provinces ‘ignore’ Centre’s proposed amendments to LG laws

    ISLAMABAD: Provincial bodies seem to have snubbed the parliamentary panel’s proposal to amend the local government laws...

    Federal minister and convener of a sub-committee of the parliamentary committee on electoral reforms, Zahid Hamid, told reporters after a board meeting here on Tuesday that the provinces have not yet responded to the proposed amendments despite repeated reminders
  • Herald exclusive: Nine-Zero: The centre (still) holds

    It was a particularly bad day for Bhutto, it seems: her coalition government was teetering towards collapse and the trip to Hussain’s home, by then the undeniable centre of politics in the city, was a last-ditch attempt to smooth out differences...

    The codename for the machine was ‘Ilu Centre’, he says, after a Bollywood song popular at the time...

  • Centre, Sindh at odds over Port Qasim coal plant

    ISLAMABAD: A disagreement between the centre and the Sindh government over acquisition of land for the $2 billion Port Qasim Coal Power Project (PQCPP), which is holding up the establishment of the power plant which is part of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), appears to revolve round legal and constitutional provisions...

    According to Senator Mushahid Hussain, the centre claimed that under the 1973 Constitution, Port Qasim...

  • Centre, Sindh bury hatchet over Rangers’ powers

    KARACHI / ISLAMABAD: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah approved on Monday a summary that would grant a 90-day extension to special powers of Rangers under the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA)...

    The current 60-day extension, granted on Dec 5, was to expire on Feb 3
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