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The Anuradha Saha Case and Medical Error in India

Download PDF version The Supreme Court verdict awarding almost Rs 6 crore to Kunal Saha as compensation for the death of his wife Anuradha has caused the wrong kind of disquiet in the medical fraternity. Treating Anuradha’s condition required a sophisticated physical infrastructure and highly skilled medical professionals, both of

Relevant News / Current Affair for UPSC CIvil Service Exam 21-11-2013

The promise of Vikramaditya India’s naval doctrine professes a three-carrier force: one each on either flank, with a third one remaining on periodic maintenance at any given time. Having envisaged a naval force built around a carrier battle group to retain control over the expansive seas under its sphere of

‘Green energy will account for nearly half the increase in global power generation by 2035’

International Energy Agency report says China will dominate energy demand in Asia till 2020, before India takes over as principal engine of growth The latest report released by the International Energy Agency (IEA), which focuses on the new trends in the global energy market, says that renewable energy will account