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Gorakhpur hospital deaths: Opposition parties target Yogi Adityanath govt, say heads must roll, CM should quit - The Indian Express;

Gorakhpur hospital deaths: Opposition parties target Yogi Adityanath govt, say heads must roll, CM should quit - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressGorakhpur hospital deaths: Opposition parties target Yogi Adityanath govt, say heads must roll, CM should quitThe Indian ExpressGorakhpur hospital deaths: Holding the UP government “responsible” for the deaths, the Congress demanded the resignation of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Health Minister Sidharth Nath Singh. The SP and BSP, meanwhile, demanded a high-level ...and more »

Gorakhpur tragedy: No oxygen shortage, says UP CM Yogi Adityanath - Deccan Chronicle;

Gorakhpur tragedy: No oxygen shortage, says UP CM Yogi Adityanath - Deccan Chronicle

Deccan ChronicleGorakhpur tragedy: No oxygen shortage, says UP CM Yogi AdityanathDeccan ChronicleChildren admitted in the state-run Baba Raghav Das Medical College in Gorakhpur on Saturday. (Photo: PTI). Lucknow/New Delhi: The Yogi Adityanath government on Saturday got into damage control mode and denied that the deaths of children in ...and more »

Gorakhpur tragedy: Suspended medical college principal Dr Rajeev Mishra resigns - News Nation;

Gorakhpur tragedy: Suspended medical college principal Dr Rajeev Mishra resigns - News Nation

News NationGorakhpur tragedy: Suspended medical college principal Dr Rajeev Mishra resignsNews NationDr Rajeev Mishra, the Principal of the Baba Raghav Das Medical College in Gorakhpur resigned from the post on Saturday. He was suspended following the death of 30 infants within a span of 48 hours since August 10.and more »

Dozens of children die after Indian hospital runs out of oxygen - Times of Malta;

Dozens of children die after Indian hospital runs out of oxygen - Times of Malta

Times of MaltaDozens of children die after Indian hospital runs out of oxygenTimes of MaltaAt least 30 children have died in 48 hours in a government hospital in India's northern Gorakhpur district due to lack of oxygen, said district magistrate Rajeev Rautela. Most deaths were reported from the neonatal and pediatric wards of the Baba ...and more »

30 children die in hospital in northern India: medical official - New York Daily News

30 children die in hospital in northern India: medical officialNew York Daily NewsNEW DELHI (Reuters) - Thirty children have died at a hospital in India's northern state of Uttar Pradesh since Wednesday due to encephalitis and delivery-related issues, a senior medical official said on Friday. Chief Medical Superintendent Dr R.S ...and more »

Gorakhpur hospital death toll rises to 63 - Millennium Post;

Gorakhpur hospital death toll rises to 63 - Millennium Post

Millennium PostGorakhpur hospital death toll rises to 63Millennium PostThe number of children dying in the hospital tragedy at Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, rose to 63 on Saturday. In a desperate act of damage management, Uttar Pradesh Health Education Minister Ashutosh Tandon announced that the principal of Baba Raghav ...and more »

'It's a massacre': At least 30 children die in Indian hospital after oxygen is cut off - Washington Post;

'It's a massacre': At least 30 children die in Indian hospital after oxygen is cut off - Washington Post

Washington Post'It's a massacre': At least 30 children die in Indian hospital after oxygen is cut offWashington PostNEW DELHI — One by one, the infants and children slipped away Thursday night, their parents watching helplessly as oxygen supplies at the government hospital ran dangerously low. At least 30 children died Thursday and into Friday at a hospital in the ...and more »

CAG report on Gorakhpur hospital found irregularities in getting equipment - Hindustan Times;

CAG report on Gorakhpur hospital found irregularities in getting equipment - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesCAG report on Gorakhpur hospital found irregularities in getting equipmentHindustan TimesThe CAG report on the Gorakhpur hospital found that the equipment was not being used in the absence of trained staff. india Updated: Aug 12, 2017 23:52 IST. Chetan Chauhan Hindustan Times, New Delhi. Children are treated at Baba Raghav Das Medical ...and more »

Gorakhpur Hospital Tragedy: Denied Ambulance, Victim's Father Told to 'Take Body in Tempo' - News18;

Gorakhpur Hospital Tragedy: Denied Ambulance, Victim's Father Told to 'Take Body in Tempo' - News18

News18Gorakhpur Hospital Tragedy: Denied Ambulance, Victim's Father Told to 'Take Body in Tempo'News18His kid, he said, "trembled" twice before his eyes, prompting him to ask the doctor what was wrong. "The doctor assured me he would be fine in a few days' time. 'He has pneumonia, you don't worry,'" Rajesh said. Pranshu Mishra | CNN-News18.and more »

Gorakhpur hospital deaths: Central team finds BRD Medical College 'overcrowded' - Hindustan Times;

Gorakhpur hospital deaths: Central team finds BRD Medical College 'overcrowded' - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesGorakhpur hospital deaths: Central team finds BRD Medical College 'overcrowded'Hindustan TimesRelatives mourn the death of a child at Baba Raghav Das Medical College Hospital in Gorakhpur. (AP Photo ). A health ministry team that reached Gorakhpur on Saturday to assess the situation after about 30 children died in a government hospital since ...and more »

Gorakhpur tragedy: CM Adityanath assures magisterial inquiry - India.com

Gorakhpur tragedy: CM Adityanath assures magisterial inquiryIndia.comUttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday said that a magisterial inquiry has been ordered and a committee has been formed to look into the Gorakhpur tragedy, more than 60 children in Baba Raghav Das Medical College's hospital in a span ...and more »

Gorakhpur tragedy: Doctors did not raise issue of oxygen cylinder shortage before Yogi Adityanath - Firstpost;

Gorakhpur tragedy: Doctors did not raise issue of oxygen cylinder shortage before Yogi Adityanath - Firstpost

FirstpostGorakhpur tragedy: Doctors did not raise issue of oxygen cylinder shortage before Yogi AdityanathFirstpostGorakhpur: The prinicipal and doctors of the Baba Raghav Das hospital did not raise the issue of shortage of oxygen cylinders during the 9 August visit of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to the state-run facility, the Uttar Pradesh government said on ...and more »

Outcry over deaths of children in Gorakhpur hospital - NIGERIAN TRIBUNE (press release) (blog);

Outcry over deaths of children in Gorakhpur hospital - NIGERIAN TRIBUNE (press release) (blog)

NIGERIAN TRIBUNE (press release) (blog)Outcry over deaths of children in Gorakhpur hospitalNIGERIAN TRIBUNE (press release) (blog)AT least 60 children have died over five days at a hospital in eastern India, with local news media reporting that the deaths occurred when a company supplying oxygen cut off supply after a payment dispute. Authorities said on Saturday they have ...and more »

India hospital tragedy: Death toll rises to 64 - Gulf Times;

India hospital tragedy: Death toll rises to 64 - Gulf Times

Gulf TimesIndia hospital tragedy: Death toll rises to 64Gulf TimesAt least 64 children have died over six days at a government hospital in northern India that suffered oxygen shortages, officials said Saturday. Authorities have launched an inquiry into the causes of the oxygen disruption but denied reports that it ...and more »

CM Adityanath blames BRD Medical College principal for laxity, says suspension justified - Business Standard

CM Adityanath blames BRD Medical College principal for laxity, says suspension justifiedBusiness StandardAmid the ongoing controversy over the tragic death of more than 60 children in Gorakhpur's Baba Raghav Das Medical College's hospital in a span of six days, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday outrightly blamed the principal, Rajiv ...and more »

UP CM should apologise to families of deceased children: Azad - India.com

UP CM should apologise to families of deceased children: AzadIndia.comNew Delhi, Aug 12 (IANS) Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Saturday asserted that the death of 63 children in Gorakhpur was “due to lack of oxygen” and demanded that Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath apologise to the deceased's families ...and more »

No death of children due to shortage of oxygen: CM Adityanath - Business Standard

No death of children due to shortage of oxygen: CM AdityanathBusiness StandardUttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath tonight insisted that oxygen shortage did not lead to the death of 30 children in a government hospital in Gorakhpur, his home district. He told a hurriedly-convened press conference here that a committee ...and more »

Gorakhpur tragedy: CM Yogi Adityanath rules out oxygen lack as cause, assures stern action - India TV;

Gorakhpur tragedy: CM Yogi Adityanath rules out oxygen lack as cause, assures stern action - India TV

India TVGorakhpur tragedy: CM Yogi Adityanath rules out oxygen lack as cause, assures stern actionIndia TVUttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said on Saturday that a committee has been set up under the Chief Secretary to go into the gas supplier's role and other lapses. Reported by: IANS, Lucknow [Updated:12 Aug 2017, 10:06 PM IST]. Comment.and more »

Gorakhpur medical college principal suspended, govt says children's death not due to snag in oxygen supply - Hindustan Times;

Gorakhpur medical college principal suspended, govt says children's death not due to snag in oxygen supply - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesGorakhpur medical college principal suspended, govt says children's death not due to snag in oxygen supplyHindustan TimesUP health minister Siddharth Nath Singh admitted that oxygen supply was disrupted at the BRD Medical College in Gorakhpur for two hours but ruled it out as the reason for the tragedy. india Updated: Aug 12, 2017 22:05 IST. HT Correspondents Hindustan ...and more »

Gorakhpur hospital deaths: Modi in touch with UP government, says PMO - The Hindu;

Gorakhpur hospital deaths: Modi in touch with UP government, says PMO - The Hindu

The HinduGorakhpur hospital deaths: Modi in touch with UP government, says PMOThe HinduPrime Minister Narendra Modi is in touch with Central and State authorities following the death of at least 30 children at a government hospital in Uttar Pradesh, a statement from his office said on Saturday. “Prime Minister Modi is being regularly ...and more »