Dr T P Lahane

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Lahane’s ‘casteist’ remarks: J J staffer settles matter ‘out of court’

Waghela, during his deposition, said he continues to be employed at J J Hospital. He said he was a temporary worker when the incident took place.

Prosecution rakes up his past to nail Dr Lahane

‘casteist slur’ z In January 2013, a prof moved SCs/STs rights panel against the JJ Hospital dean.

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Lahane files bail plea, says sweeper aggrieved over supervisor’s appointment

Lahane’s application also stated that he was aware that a majority of the striking class 3 and 4 workers belonged to SC and ST.

Health matters: Right Sight

Teams led by Dr T P Lahane,Prof Ragini Parikh of J J Hospital,Mumbai,and Dr Parikshit Gogate,eye surgeon from Pune,examined over 550 patients and performed 321 manual small incision cataract surgeries.

Cornea retrieval to be centralised soon

In an attempt to reduce the long waiting list of people seeking cornea transplants,the state will soon centralise the process of cornea retrieval from donors and transplanting them on receivers.

Khaire’s condition improving: JJ dean

Hemant Khaire (50),who was injured at the fire at Mantralaya on Thursday,showed signs of improvement but continued to remain on ventilator for the fifth consecutive day.

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Now,get corrective surgeries done at Rs 200 a sitting,at JJ Hospital

Often considered as a luxury meant only for the economically well-to-do,cosmetic surgery in the city will now be within the reach of the poor.

Another injured dies,toll now 20

Another person injured in the Zaveri Bazaar blast last week succumbed to his injuries,taking the death toll to 20.

Several patients continue to be critical

Five days after the serial blasts,a few patients continued to be in a critical state in hospitals across the city. Out of the 17 patients at the Harkisondas Hospital,seven are in a critical state.

1,500 resident doctors on strike against medical college fee hike

Services remained crippled in the city’s public hospitals on Friday as around 1,500 resident doctors went on a day-long token strike in protest against the hike in medical course fees.

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