Saturday, 23 July 2016

[wanabidii] Top Headlines: Why private hospitals make you buy costly drugs

Times of India
Daily Newsletter | Sunday, July 24, 2016
Why private hospitals make you buy costly drugs
Private hospitals are making a killing by buying medicines and devices in bulk at huge discounts and selling them to patients at the marked maximum retail price — accounting for 15-35% of their profits.
‘Arrested duo converted 800 To Islam'
Rizwan Khan, who was arrested from Kalyan on Saturday, and Arshid Qureshi, held from Navi Mumbai earlier in the week, had reportedly facilitated the conversion of around 800 people across the country, including many in Mumbai, ATS officials said.
Search on for AN-32 around 'probable crash zone'
The search and rescue operation is currently centred on the “probable crash zone”, roughly spanning 400 nautical miles by 200 nautical miles, around the last known radar contact with the ill-fated AN-32 aircraft about 151 nautical miles due east of Chennai.
Man hangs self, sends suicide letter to Raje, Pilot
A 35-year-old man committed suicide by hanging self in a hotel room here in Sindhi Camp area on Saturday.
No bullet train in the offing in PM's Kashi
The Railway Board chairman AK Mittal said that currently there is no plan to run ‘bullet train’ originating from Varanasi.
Mayawati is a devi of calamities for Dalits: Katheria
Former minister and BJP's dalit face in UP, Ram Shankar Katheria, dubbed Mayawati as a "goddess of calamity" (Aapda ki Devi) for the community.
6 hottest smartwatches available in India
A watch is all about making a statement. It stays on your wrist and it’s something that everyone notices.
13 must-visit websites you may not know about
There are a few that offer unique services. Here's a list of 20 such websites
US telecom giant Verizon nears $5-billion deal to buy internet pioneer Yahoo
Verizon Communications is nearing a deal to buy Yahoo, beating out rival bidders for the iconic web pioneer, people familiar with the matter said.
1st Test: India tighten screws on West Indies
Mohammad Shami (4/66) and Umesh Yadav (4/41) helped India bundled West Indies out in the first innings for 243 on day three of the first Test match. Following on, the hosts reached 21/1, trailing India by 302 runs.
Pogba not worth the $130m price tag, says Scholes
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes believes that the club will be paying over the odds if they sign French midfield sensation Paul Pogba from Juventus for a proposed world record transfer fee of around $130 million.
Constant change of captains in bad taste, defies logic: Gurbux
The constant change of captains in the Indian hockey team is in bad taste and defies logic, feels Olympian and former India captain Gurbux Singh.
Don't want to be big brother watching: FM on black money
Asking people to come clean on unaccounted wealth and live with "heads held high", Finance minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday said government is aware of sectors generating black money but it would be unpleasant to start the "big brother watching" process.
Sensex ends the week with marginal losses, down 33 pts
Equities witnessed choppiness during the week's trade, declined marginally by 33.26 points and closed at 27,803.24, while the broader Nifty finished flat, loosing a minuscule 0.20 points to 8,541.20.
How Akshay-Ileana prevented a washout on set
Akshay Kumar and Ileana D’Cruz had to rush through a beach scene while filming a song for their upcoming drama thriller, 'Rustom'.
Other Newsletters from TOI:
Breaking News | Digest | Tech | Entertainment | Movie Reviews | Life & Style
Unsubscribe | To manage your newsletter subscription settings, click here.
Copyright 2016 Bennett Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service


Post a Comment