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Dhaka Medical College Hospital

Criminal shoots Tangail cop dead

An assistant sub-inspector of Tangail Model Police Station, who was critically injured as a criminal shot him on Friday night, died at Dhaka Medical College Hospital yesterday morning. The incident happened when the victim, Nurul Islam, 30, along with a police team went to arrest a criminal at Purbo Adalat Para in Tangail district town around 11:30pm. Acting on a tip-off, a police team from the Model Police Station raided the house of Ulka, chief of Ulka Bahini that runs criminal...

3 journos injured in BCL attack at DU

At least three journalists were injured as a group of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) activists attacked them over a trivial matter on Dhaka University campus this evening. The injured are: Monirul Islam of Jamuna TV, Masudur Rahman of Somoy TV and Galib Ashraf of The Independent. All are members of DU Journalist Association. They are now undergoing treatment at Dhaka Medical College Hospital and DU medical centre, our correspondent on the spot reports. According to an eyewitness, a group BCL activists equipped with...

Attack, Arson at Bihari Camp

10 killed; nine of a family

10 killed; nine of a family

At least nine members of a family were burnt alive when eight Bihari homes at Kurmitola camp in the city's Mirpur were torched following a clash between Biharis and law enforcers, allegedly accompanied by locals early yesterday. Another person with rubber-bullet pellet injuries, reportedly from police firing, died of his wounds in hospital. Dozens were...

  

Lifeless in sudden madness

The motionless body of three-year old Maruf bore testimony to the searing pain of the fire that consumed him. Even in death, his mouth was wide open in a silent scream. He was the youngest member of the Bihari household that lost nine members in an arson attack amid clashes with local Bengalis and law enforcers in Mirpur yesterday. Three other children also perished in the attack – eight-year-old Roksana, lovingly nicknamed Buchi by her family, and 12-year-old twins Lalu and...

New hope at hospital

Equipped with new knowledge, surgeons at the plastic surgery department of Dhaka Medical College Hospital practised techniques last week to save the leg of a road accident victim. The patient, Mohammad Sohel, 27, broke his shin bone in the right leg in a road crash last year. Known as reconstructive microsurgery, this new knowledge could not only change Sohel's life, but also help thousands of casualty patients avoid amputations. Microsurgery zooms in on what is nearly invisible to the naked eye --...

Upazila chairman shot, burnt alive

Upazila chairman shot, burnt alive

An upazila chairman was shot and then burned alive in his car by unidentified assailants in broad daylight in Feni yesterday. Ekramul Haque, 45, chairman of Phulgazi upazila and also president of the upazila Awami League, died on the spot. Four of his associates, including a local journalist, were injured when the attackers set Ekramul's...

Treatment denied for another day

Treatment denied for another day

Interns and honorary doctors at the Dhaka Medical College Hospital continued to make patients suffer for a second straight day yesterday, as they went on with their strike over assaults on doctors by some patients' relatives. All outdoor patients were denied treatment as the agitating physicians prevented staff from selling tickets from 11:00am. This correspondent...

DMCH interns on 48hrs strike

DMCH interns on 48hrs strike

Hundreds of patients have been suffering immensely as interns and honorary doctors of Dhaka Medical College and Hospital (DMCH) went on a 48-hour work abstention since this noon protesting an assault on their fellow.  Meanwhile, the DMCH authorities filed a case this afternoon with Shahbagh Police Station against 10 to 12 attackers, including three...

Law respected by none

Law respected by none

People are being deprived of their fundamental rights of healthcare as doctors are enforcing frequent strikes over issues that could be legally dealt with. On the other hand, relatives of patients, dying allegedly for doctors' negligence, are often taking matters in their own hands and purportedly assaulting doctors and medical professionals instead of following...

Patients not Treated for 5 Hours

Mayhem over who to use elevator

Mayhem over who to use elevator

Services at Dhaka Medical College Hospital remained suspended for hours yesterday following a clash between attendants of a patient and interns over the use of an elevator. Because of this, patients at the hospital were deprived of care. Those arriving from far away places with severe illness and injuries could not get services even...

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