Tag: Corona Warrior

Corona Warriors: Visakhapatnam IAS puts duty before self, back in office after delivering baby boy
Fighting COVID-19: Lady bureaucrat puts duty before self, joins office within 22 days of giving birth

Visakhapatnam: Amid COVID-19 outbreak, a lady bureaucrat has gained accolades by returning to work within a month of giving birth to a baby boy. G Srijana who is serving as the Commissioner of Greater Visakhapatnam Municipal Corporation (GVMC) is someone that one can duly call as a true frontline warrior in this coronavirus pandemic situation. […]

  • Sunday, 18 April 2021
Denial of dignity in death is ultimate sacrilege: IMA on protest over doctor's cremation

Chennai: In a poignant incident, an orthopaedic surgeon had to bury his associate, a neurosurgeon who died of COVID-19 here, in the middle of the night using his bare hands and a shovel at a crematorium with the help of just two hospital ward boys after the undertakers fled when a mob, protesting the interment, […]

  • Saturday, 17 April 2021
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Corona Warrior In Odisha Spends Nights Under Tree Outside Village

Rairakhol: Akrura Sethy is a health worker and ideally should be receiving a hero’s welcome in the times of COVID19, but such has been the scourge of the pandemic that he lives like an outcast. Akura, who is working as a dresser at Rairakhol sub-divisional hospital, has taken shelter under a tree outside his village […]

  • Wednesday, 14 April 2021
COVID-19 stigma: Corona Warrior Denied Space For Burial In Odisha

Kandhamal: Despite repeated exhortations from the government to shun stigma pertaining to COVID-19, the social evil seems quite prevalent. This was evident after the body of a doctor in Odisha was allegedly deprived of a dignified burial it deserved. The shocking incident has been reported from G.Udaygiri block in Kandhamal district. As per reports, doctor […]

  • Wednesday, 14 April 2021
Odisha cop's body left attended
Covid-19 Stigma: 'Unattended Body' Of Odisha Cop Finally Shouldered By Journalists!

Berhampur: Even as the epidemic is growing rapidly, the government trusted its citizens to behave responsibly, at least until a vaccine is developed or the coronavirus crisis sees a downward trend. While the message ‘distance yourself from humans, not humanity’ has been loud and clear, people’s response to the pandemic, in fear of getting infected […]

  • Wednesday, 14 April 2021
Odisha: Covid Warrior's Body Lay Unattended For Over 13 Hours In Hospital

Jharsuguda: The body of a hospital attendant reportedly lay unattended for over 13 hours at the Jharsuguda district headquarters hospital before it was cremated here on Friday night. The deceased Sarat Chandra Podha had been working as an attendant at the hospital for more than 30 years. Reports claimed that Podha was infected with coronavirus […]

  • Monday, 12 April 2021