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For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tabassum Barnagarwala | Mumbai | Published: April 14 2014 12:47 am Related News The Maharashta Medical Council (MMC) has summed up that a 25-year-old legal battle over medical negligence between retired IAS officer P C Singhi and Padma Bhushan oncologist Dr Praful Desai stemmed from “misunderstanding” and “communication gaps” Deviating from the medico-legal case before the court the MMC’s executive committee recently issued a warning notice to the doctor but with a definite attempt to draw his attention to the importance of the doctor-patient relationship The MMC took cognizance of the case after the Medical Council of India (MCI) sent a letter to them in March asking them to take necessary action following Singhi’s complaint in February that demanded action against Desai the former head of Tata Memorial Hospital While Desai was absolved of criminal charges by the Supreme Court last year it held that he had a contractual liability towards Singhi’s wife Leela who was admitted to Bombay Hospital as his patient MMC’s warning notice to Desai emphasised that the case emerged out of ‘misunderstanding’ and ‘communication gaps’ and it further advised Desai to take corrective steps According to sources Desai was asked to apologise to Singhi which the former declined to do The notice also stated there was “tons of ego on one side and emotions on the other side” It read “The council suggests you (Desai) to enlighten in various forums the importance and enhancement of doctor-patient relationship by bridging the communication gap The compliance to the suggestion will be highly appreciated” While MMC had earlier issued a warning notice back in 1991 the current notice comes as a reiteration Dr Kishor Taori president of MMC said “This case had become a public matter and it even reached the Supreme Court After conducting a hearing we realised that he (Dr Desai) holds no criminal liability but has civil responsibility Therefore we found it fit to reiterate our warning instead of suspending him” In 1989 Singhi now 86 had filed a case of medical negligence against Desai after his wife Leela died the same year due to cancer Singhi had alleged that while Leela’s cancer was incurable Desai had recommended a surgery “His junior Dr A K Mukherji had opened Leela’s abdomen and found out that the cancer had spread and a surgery was not possible He sought a second opinion from Desai who without even glancing at my wife asked Mukherji to stitch the abdomen back My wife remained in extreme pain from then till she breathed her last” Singhi said Leela was first diagnosed with cancer in 1977 and was taken to Sloan Kettering Memorial Hospital in New York for removal of her uterus After the doctors there indicated that her condition was “completely inoperable” Singhi brought her back to India He had claimed that Desai recommended surgery but later refused to even accept that Leela was his patient “We were not even issued a discharge slip from the hospital because she had no doctor to be assigned to” Singhi added While the Bombay High Court found Desai guilty of negligence under a criminal charge in September 2013 the Supreme Court overruled the finding According to the SC Desai could attract only civil liabilities thereby dropping all criminal charges Desai said “The SC ruled in my favour But even after that Singhi wrote to the MCI to take action against me There is no criminal liability on my part now” He added that the civil case for damages is still pending with the court “Since that matter is sub-judice I can’t comment on it” he said [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: April 12 2014 2:17 am Wasudeo Gade (UoP vice-chancellor); Sampada Joshi (Ousted Controller of Examination) Related News The University of Pune (UoP) Friday suspended Controller of Examination (CoE) Sampada Joshi who was at the forefront of several reforms introduced in traditional examination and assessment system of the university for the benefit of students and other stakeholders UoP vice-chancellor Wasudeo Gade issued the suspension order although an inquiry panel set up for looking into complaints such as delayed results of students related to the examination department has not yet submitted its final report “Sampada Joshi has been suspended based upon an interim report of the inquiry panel There were demands from deans of different faculties for her removal As per their complaints Joshi was lacking in leadership qualities and had poor coordination skills The issue of poor functioning of examination department was discussed during recently held senate meetings and the board of examination also took up related issues Therefore it was a unanimous demand to remove her” Gade told reporters The action against Joshi meanwhile has sparked angry reactions from sections in academic circles who describe her as a “clean and efficient administrator” She had apparently became a thorn in the flesh of those who could not adapt to the online reforms and automation techniques the examination department initiated It has been also alleged that the suspension order of the CoE is being issued in an arbitrary manner by the university without following due procedure and contravening the principles of natural justice by not giving Joshi a fair chance to explain her stance Asked whether the punishment meted out to Joshi was stern and uncalled for considering that she is not facing any corruption charges Gade said “There were complaints about delayed results of different examinations Some other issues have been also associated with the examination department Joshi has been suspended not terminated from service She can explain her stand during the departmental inquiry she is going to face” When pointed out that complaints such as delayed results are not new as such and had been recurring every year even when Joshi was not at the helm of affairs Gade only reiterated that he has taken action based on the interim report of the inquiry panel Speaking with Newsline a senior senate member questioned the manner in which action against Joshi was implemented “Joshi was appointed CoE through an authorised selection committee of the university The decision to remove her from the post overnight is unacceptable The university administration should have served at least a show-casue notice to her to seek official explanation” he said adding that the board of examination of UoP had not passed any resolution in favour of the removal of Joshi A university staffer who did not wish to be named said an “upright and honest” official such as Joshi had to face suspension while others with serious charges against them have gone scot-free “The UoP administration is yet to complete the departmental inquiry of staffers found involved in the latest cash-for-marks scam The inquiry is progressing at a snail’s pace” he said Popular teacher who staged a dramatic comeback Joshi who took charge as UoP’s Controller of Examination on May 21 2012 had stayed away from heading the examination department for over a month almost a year ago following formidable opposition to reforms she initiated While UoP authorities maintained that she had gone on long medical leave she made a dramatic comeback within a few weeks The 53-year-old Joshi was principal of Sinhagad College of Science for nearly 12-years before joining the university and had a popular reputation among students She has been a member of a high-level government committee headed by the secretary of the Information and Technology Department of Maharashtra for carrying out online reforms and automation processes in universities For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Updated: April 1 2014 11:31 am Related News Thousands of commuters were stranded across the metropolis on Tuesday as drivers and conductors of the city’s public bus service BEST went on a flash strike here to protest the new computerised scheduling system Bus services were paralysed since early morning in the city affecting office-goers and school children appearing for exams the most Commuters were stranded and many had to opt for autos for travel to place of work Around 40 per cent of the staffers had accepted the new scheduling system and even filled up forms sources said However unions decided to go on flash strike as they are opposed to the 12-13-hour work schedule for 20 per cent of the staffers and want the earlier manual system of scheduling to continue BEST general manager Om Prakash Gupta said the scheduling system will optimise the use of workforce ensure better frequency of buses and save Rs 32 crore for the undertaking annually The BEST runs a fleet of 4200 buses and ferries 40 lakh passengers in Mumbai Navi Mumbai Thane and Mira Road daily It has around 22000 drivers/conductors who ply buses on more than 500 routes daily The BEST administration plans to move the Bombay high court against the unions for allegedly provoking drivers and conductors to go on flash strike For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anuradha Mascarenhas | Published: September 15 2012 2:03 am Related News Over one lakh beneficiaries of the Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) will now be able to get specialised treatment for diseases like cancer and kidney ailments at citys 36 hospitals CGHS Additional Director Dr Eknath Kanade said after a meeting with United Trust of India (UTI) insurance company and doctors at seven CGHS dispensariesa circular has been sent to the dispensaries to allow specialty treatment for CGHS beneficiaries at these hospitals Earlierthere was a rush of patients to just one or two hospitals like Ruby Hall Clinic for specialised treatment Nowgeneral hospitals can provide specialised treatment There are 36 empanelled hospitals and four diagnostic centres where CGHS beneficiaries can get the treatment These include hospitals like Ruby Hall ClinicJehangir HospitalInlaks and Budhrani HospitalNoble HospitalSanjeevan HospitalDeendayal HospitalLokmanya HospitalHardikar HospitalRanka HospitalSant Dnyaneshwar Hospital and National Institute of Ophthalmologyamong others The four diagnostic centres are MedinovaMedivisionN M Medical centre and Pai diagnostic centre Barring cardiac and joint replacement treatmentother specialties like neurologyaudiologyophthalmology and others will now be available at general category hospitals? 2017 Upon watching this video, In 2006.
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