News Topic:Doctors' Association Kashmir (DAK)

Hepatitis surge linked to drug abuse and unhygienic dental practices: DAK

On World Hepatitis Day, Doctors Association Kashmir expressed pressing concern over the surge in hepatitis cases which has reached epidemic proportions in Kashmir.

DAK slams NExT exam’s impact on students’ clinical skills and patient care

With National Exit Test (NEXT) set to replace MBBS final examination, Doctors Association Kashmir said that the NEXT exam is not in the interest of medical students.

Explosive rise in cancer cases in Kashmir linked to environmental pollution: DAK

DAK issued a shocking revelation, stating that the unprecedented surge in cancer cases in Kashmir can be directly attributed to the rampant environmental pollution.

DAK condemns Pulwama councillor’s misbehavior with doctor

Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) on Wednesday condemned the misbehaviour of a Pulwama councillor with a doctor.

DAK seeks restoration of old pension scheme in J-K

Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) on Thursday sought restoration of the old pension scheme for the government employees of Jammu and Kashmir.

Take precautions to reduce risk of high blood pressure: DAK

Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) on Wednesday said the chilly weather of winter puts people at greater risk of high blood pressure.

Most Kashmiris have hybrid immunity against COVID-19, says DAK

Doctors' Association Kashmir (DAK) on Thursday said there is no need to panic as most people in Kashmir have hybrid immunity.

Post-Covid complications on the rise in Kashmir: DAK

Doctors Association Kashmir said hospitals in Kashmir are witnessing a rise in the number of patients with severe post-Covid complications.

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J&K DGP highlights operational secrecy amid terror threat: ‘Just two terrorists enough for big strike’

Jammu and Kashmir’s Director General of Police R R Swain on Sunday said that revealing the number of militants would amount to a breach of “operational secrecy”.

UAPA charges against SKUAST students after World Cup celebration dropped

The Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) charges against seven students of SKUAST in Ganderbal have been dropped.

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