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Monday, 2 November 2020

3 docs honoured for Covid duty

Karnal: Health Minister Anil Vij honoured three doctors of Kalpana Chalwa Government Medical College (KCGMC) for their tremendous work during the pandemic. Dr Lokvender Budania, Associate Professor, anaesthesia and Covid ICU incharge, Dr Abinav Dagar, Assistant Professor and Department of Pulmonary Medicine incharge as well as nodal officer, and Dr Bhawna Sharma, Assistant Professor (microbiology) and principal investigator, VRDL lab, were honoured during a state-level function organised in Ambala by the Haryana Medical Council on the eve of Haryana Day. Awards were given to all civil surgeons and some doctors of every district of Haryana.

Army official loses battle to cancer

Hisar: Lieutenant Colonel Satyadeep Dhanda, a resident of Bhagana village in Hisar district, died last week after battling cancer for one year. His mortal remains were consigned to flames at the cremation ground in his native village. Lieutenant Colonel Dhanda got commissioned in the Army after passing out NDA at the age of 19. His family members said he had bagged a gold medal during his training at the NDA, and had got promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in 13 years of service. He was posted at Anantnag in Jammu and Kashmir when he was diagnosed with cancer.

'Selfie with cloth bag' campaign

Rewari: Having distributed over 10,000 cloth bags among people, Nandini Yadav (17), a student of Class XII, along with her cousin Harsh (12), on Sunday introduced 'Selfie with cloth bag' campaign to motivate the people to preserve the environment by shunning single-use plastic. The campaign was launched by Cooperative Minister Banwari Lal during a event held to celebrate Haryana Day at Rao Tularam Stadium. Nandini took a selfie with the minister, Deputy Commissioner Yashendra Singh and Rewari SDM Ravinder Yadav, and presented them cloth bags. She informed that cloth bags would be gifted to at least 100 persons, who would send selfies with cloth bags on a Whatsapp number released by them.

On road to fight pandemic

Faridabad: Activists of the Jazba Foundation and the district administration have started a painting drive to make people aware of the guidelines issued in the view of Covid-19. Himanshu Bhatt, president of the foundation, said a painting has been made at the road near BK Chowk with the message 'Go Covid go; follow the rules'. Images sensiting people to wear masks, maintain social distance and wash hands, have also been painted at the spot.

from The Tribune

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