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‘Pakistan can learn a lot from Indian health care system’

‘Pakistan can learn a lot from Indian health care system’

Dr EK Sagadhevan came to Karachi from India to visit a model village that the Rotary International has set up for the flood-affected population in Thatta. The village comprises 50 spacious houses, a...
Kochi doctors gift Pakistani toddler a healthy heart

Kochi doctors gift Pakistani toddler a healthy heart

KOCHI: Two-year-old Hina Talpur from Pakistan has a trauma of hospitals and she starts crying the moment she sees doctors. However, doctors at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences (AIMS) here say it...
Asha ki Kiran

Asha ki Kiran

By Beena Sarwar On January 20, 2014, her seventeenth birthday, Kiran Soomro flew from Karachi to Bangalore on with her parents. They left with hope in their hearts and a prayer on their lips,...
Best option may be to continue current medicines

Best option may be to continue current medicines

Kiran Soomro Update By Saswati Mukherjee B. Young Kiran Soomro, who flew from Karachi to Bangalore with a lot of hope, is coming to terms with the fact that doctors at Narayana Health can’t...
Nitu’s mission: Save Kiran

Nitu’s mission: Save Kiran

By Beena Sarwar PERSONAL POLITICAL “Didi, I want to live,” 16-year old Kiran Soomro in Karachi tells her friend Nitu Jiwnani in Mumbai. “I don’t want to die.”They are...
Pak teen hopes Bangalore doctors will fix her heart

Pak teen hopes Bangalore doctors will fix her heart

Saswati Mukherjee B,TNN BANGALORE: “I want to study a lot and become a doctor,” says Kiran Soomro, 17. This teen from Karachi is in Bangalore to get her heart mended. And the first thing...
Everyone pitches in to mend Pakistani girl’s heart

Everyone pitches in to mend Pakistani girl’s heart

MINDS MEET: Mumbai Dancer’s Initiative And Help From Various Quarters Brings Karachi Girl To Bangalore For Heart Surgery By Saswati Mukherjee B / tnn Bangalore: Kiran Soomro could not have...
For Kiran, guardian angel comes from India

For Kiran, guardian angel comes from India

Over 200 children have been treated in India free of charge with the help of Rotary International and Jang Group By Sidrah Roghay Karachi :A year ago, 16-year-old Kiran Soomro could not take two...
‘For medical expertise, Pakistan can always knock next door’

‘For medical expertise, Pakistan can always knock next door’

Karachi: The Pakistan Medical Association believes that there is great scope of “medical tourism” between Saarc countries, especially India and Pakistan and the latter can benefit from...
A matter of the heart

A matter of the heart

Pakistani officials made history by allowing the emergency landing of an airplane in order for an Indian passenger who was having a cardiac arrest to be rushed to hospital in Karachi Pakistani...