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Will move HC against Mamata Banerjee govt for not tackling dengue, says Adhir Chowdhury

“The government is not publishing reports. Unofficially, 90 people have died in dengue and the government must declare the present crisis as an epidemic,” state BJP president Dilip Ghosh said.

West Bengal: Seven die of dengue, ‘unknown’ fever

As per the state health department, number of people affected by dengue this year is above 20,000. But, government hospital sources said that the figure is much higher.

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Dengue outbreak in West Bengal: Will take action against those trying to create panic, says Mamata Banerjee

"The Opposition is trying to take political mileage out of it. We have to be human first. Some political parties are indulging in dirty politics over the present situation. We don’t support that.”

Malaria, chikungunya continue to rise in Delhi

According to the report, of the total number of malaria cases, 63 of the affected people were residents of Delhi while the rest of the infection cases diagnosed here were traced to other states. Of the 153 cases of chikungunya, 12 were recorded last month, even as authorities gear up to combat its possible outbreak.

Dengue in Delhi: Over 12,000 affected so far, death toll rises to 32

With municipal authorities confirming two new deaths, the disease has so far claimed 32 lives in the capital.

Dengue death: Money he sent home in Odisha reached the day he was cremated

Just two months ago, Avinash had visited his father’s village, spending a few days with his uncles and aunts, who were amazed by his “smartness”.

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7-year-old dies of dengue, his parents kill themselves

The boy was being treated for the last “three-four days” by a doctor at a nursing home nearby.

Dengue death: What he left behind - a notebook and a school of memories

South Delhi school where dengue victim Avinash studied will be shut today in memory of the boy who had a ‘bright future’.

Delhi hospitals: Patients in corridors, shortage of test kits

The death of seven-year-old Avinash Rout of suspected dengue and his parents’ suicide have prompted a rash of promises from both the Centre and state government of adequate resources to help Delhi fight the disease surge.

‘Every big hospital said try a big one... I asked how do we find a bigger one’

Mallick said his daughter spent the night at Batra Hospital, holding and asking him to save her son.

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