India | Reported by Sneha Mary Koshy, Amitabh Pashupati Revi | Tuesday June 17, 2014
From a state-run hospital in Tikrit in Iraq, Marina Jose, relays the predicament of 45 other nurses like her from Kerala.
Diaspora | Press Trust of India | Monday June 9, 2014
An Indian male nurse was severely thrashed by five Emirati men at a hospital in Sharjah after they found him laughing at a grieving woman who fell down after hearing the news of their relative's death.
Diaspora | Press Trust of India | Thursday June 5, 2014
Saudi Arabia is suffering from a dearth of trained female nurses and has recruited 2,100 nurses, including 1,800 from India, to work in various government hospitals across the gulf nation.
Cities | Press Trust of India | Saturday March 29, 2014
A female Polish tourist, working as a nurse in the United Kingdom, was robbed of three cameras, 100 pounds and Indian currency collectively valued at Rs 1.72 lakh at Ahmedabad railway station, police in Mumbai said today.
India | Press Trust of India | Wednesday February 19, 2014
An Indian male house nurse was stabbed to death by an Ethiopian co-maid in the Saudi Arabia city of Dammam, local media reported today.
World | Indo-Asian News Service | Friday December 28, 2012
The two Australian radio presenters whose prank call was blamed for the suicide of Indian-origin nurse Jacintha Saldanha are unlikely to face charges, a media report said on Friday.
India | Press Trust of India | Sunday December 23, 2012
The family of Indian nurse Jacintha Saldanha, who committed suicide after being caught in a prank call by two Australian radio show presenters, have written to the British hospital that employed her and demanded answers to several questions.
South | Press Trust of India | Monday December 17, 2012
The body of Indian origin nurse Jacintha Saldanha, who was found dead in London after a hoax call to a UK hospital treating Prince William's pregnant wife Kate, was laid to rest at Shirva in Udupi in the presence of a large number of well-wishers, fa...
World | Associated Press | Monday December 17, 2012
The pregnant Duchess of Cambridge made her first public appearance on Sunday night since her hospitalization for acute morning sickness.
India | Indo-Asian News Service | Saturday December 15, 2012
The body of Jacintha Saldanha, the nurse who committed suicide in London after a prank call by two Australian radio presenters, will be buried in Shirva town of coastal Karnataka on Monday, family sources said on Saturday.
India | Indo-Asian News Service | Wednesday December 12, 2012
The Indian High Commission in London is in touch with the husband of Indian nurse Jacintha Saldanha who fell prey to a hoax call linked to the Duchess of Cambridge's pregnancy, and is helping him in bringing her body back to India.
India | Press Trust of India | Wednesday December 12, 2012
An Indian-origin nurse, who was found hanging after being duped by a prank call from two Australian radio presenters, was still alive when she was discovered in her flat and attempts were made to revive her, British media reported today, ahead of the...
World | Indo-Asian News Service | Tuesday December 11, 2012
British authorities will conduct a post-mortem and an inquest into the mysterious death of Indian nurse Jacintha Saldhana in London, but her family in Karnataka suspects "foul play" and wants an independent inquiry into the tragic episode.
World | Agence France-Presse | Monday December 10, 2012
A Sydney radio station at the heart of the British royal prank call scandal on Monday said it tried to contact the London hospital five times to discuss what it had recorded before going to air.
World | Agence France-Presse | Sunday December 9, 2012
Prince William abandoned an event on Sunday to be with his wife Catherine, as the Australian radio station engulfed in the row over the hoax phone call death promised to review its practices.
South | Agence France-Presse | Sunday December 9, 2012
A relative of the Indian-born nurse who apparently killed herself after an Australian radio station's royal hoax call said on Sunday her family is shocked at the news.
South | Reported by Avleen Gill | Tuesday May 15, 2012
Annies Kanmani Joy is no ordinary success story. The first nurse to qualify for the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) is a remarkable 26-year-old with an uncanny ability to make her dreams come true.
India | Radhika Iyer | Thursday March 22, 2012
The death of an Indian professional player in Bangalore yesterday has served as a stark reminder of all that is still lacking in terms of basic infrastructure when it comes to sports.