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Health: Minimally invasive procedure used first time in India

The minimally invasive procedure direct anterior approach has been used first time in India by doctors in Hyderabad. A team of surgeons worked on a 53-year-old Somali patient, Mukhtar Hilowli, and performed a double hip replacement using the latest minimally invasive procedure the direct hip anterior for the first time in India. Minimally invasive surgery encompasses

Pakistani man needing liver transplant will be given visa: Sushma Swaraj

New Delhi, Nov 10, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today announced that a Pakistani national requring liver transplant in India will be given visa. Swaraj’s announcement on Twitter came after Karachi resident Muhammad Talha last week requested the external affairs minister to grant visa to his father for treatment in India.“Amna – We have approved

India issues six more medical visas to Pakistanis

New Delhi, Oct 17, India has issued six more medical visas to Pakistani nationals seeking treatment, including two for bone marrow transplants and a five-year-old suffering from eye cancer. “We are giving visa for the bone marrow treatment of your son Mohammed Shayaan Noorwala in India,” External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj tweeted on Tuesday in

India issues yet another medical visa to Pakistani patient

New Delhi, Oct 15, India on Sunday issued yet another medical visa to a Pakistani woman seeking an urgent liver transplant.”We are giving Visa for the liver transplant surgery of Ms.Farzana Ijaz in India,” External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj tweeted in reply to a request from M. Mohsin who describes himself as “a political student

2 Pak nationals to be given visa for medical treatment: Swaraj

2 Pak nationals to be given visa for medical treatment: Swaraj. Continuing her humanitarian gesture, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has announced that two Pakistani nationals will be given visa for undergoing liver transplant surgeries in India. The minister said she has asked the Indian High Commissioner in Islamabad to give visa to Naseem Akhtar,

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Sushma comes to aid of sick Pak National, gives him medical visa

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has come to the aid of a sick Pakistani national by giving him a medical visa for his liver transplant surgery in India. “Yes, we are granting visa for your father’s liver transplant surgery in India,” Swaraj tweeted yesterday in reply to a Pakistani resident Hamid Ali Ashraf, whose father Mohammed

Swaraj grants medical visa to ailing Pakistani girl

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has again extended her helping hand and granted a visa to a seven-year-old Pakistani girl from Karachi to undergo open heart surgery in India. Swaraj announced this on her Twitter handle after the Pakistani girl’s mother, Nida Shoaib, sought her help for the early processing of her daughter’s medical visa

India grants medical visa for Pakistani baby suffering from cardiac ailment

India grants medical visa for Pakistani baby suffering from cardiac ailment

The Indian High Commission in Islamabad has granted a medical visa to an ailing Pakistani baby, after External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj responded in affirmative to the request of the baby’s mother on Twitter. Sushma Swaraj had said that India would grant a visa to the newborn Pakistani. “We will give medical visa for his

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Not stopped medical visa to Pakistani nationals: India

India on Wednesday said it has not stopped giving medical visas to Pakistani nationals, but has informed Islamabad that a recommendation letter by the Foreign Minister or Foreign Affairs Advisor of Pakistan for issuing such visas was needed.In reply to a question on the issue, External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Gopal Baglay said that External Affairs