Baby Damini


'Baby Damini' - 8 News Result(s)

  • Rickshaw puller's baby much better now, they head home from hospital

    Rickshaw puller's baby much better now, they head home from hospital

    India's first introduction to Baby Damini was the back of her head, snuggled in tight to her father's chest as he ferried people in his cycle-rickshaw in Bharatpur in Rajasthan. That sight grabbed India's heart, leading to a deluge of offers for help.

  • Damini, rickshaw puller's baby, discharged from hospital

    Damini, rickshaw puller's baby, discharged from hospital

    Two-month-old Damini weighs just two kilos now, not ideal for a baby her height. But she is far healthier now than when she grabbed India's heart, slung to her father's chest as he ferried people in his cycle-rickshaw in Bharatpur in Rajasthan.

  • Baby Damini to be discharged from hospital today

    Baby Damini to be discharged from hospital today

    Baby Damini, who was brought to a Jaipur hospital two weeks ago as a malnourished and critically ill one-month-old, will be discharged today. Doctors say Baby Damini is now a healthier 2 kg and well enough to go home with her father, Babloo, who is a rickshaw-puller.

  • Rickshaw puller's baby, Damini, shows signs of improvement

    Rickshaw puller's baby, Damini, shows signs of improvement

    Four days after she was brought to a hospital in Jaipur in critical condition, Baby Damini is showing signs of recovery. Doctors say the malnourished infant has put on 200 gms -she weighed a paltry 1.4 kilos when she was admitted and diagnosed with septicemia and other infections.

  • Baby Damini's condition improves in Jaipur hospital

    Baby Damini's condition improves in Jaipur hospital

    Motherless baby Damini, who has been battling for life at a hospital in Jaipur, is showing signs of improvement, doctors attending to her said.

  • How you helped this rickshaw puller and his baby girl

    How you helped this rickshaw puller and his baby girl

    One-month old Damini is still in critical condition in hospital. But the baby, who till two days ago was strapped by her father to his chest as he pulled a rickshaw in Rajasthan, now has a whole country looking after her.

  • Why India's helping this rickshaw puller's baby

    Why India's helping this rickshaw puller's baby

    One-month old Damini is still in critical condition in hospital. But Baby Damini, who till two days ago was strapped by her father to his chest as he pulled a rickshaw in Rajasthan, now has a whole country looking after her.

  • Child strapped to rickshaw puller's chest critical; moved to Jaipur for specialised care

    Child strapped to rickshaw puller's chest critical; moved to Jaipur for specialised care

    For the month-old infant Damini, whose father, rickshaw puller Babloo, was forced to earn his daily wage even as he kept her strapped to his chest, it is a struggle between life and death. At just 1.4 kilos, she is severely malnourished and is also suffering from a blood infection. Doctors say she will probably need transfusion.

'Baby Damini' - 6 Video Result(s)

'Baby Damini' - 8 News Result(s)

  • Rickshaw puller's baby much better now, they head home from hospital

    Rickshaw puller's baby much better now, they head home from hospital

    India's first introduction to Baby Damini was the back of her head, snuggled in tight to her father's chest as he ferried people in his cycle-rickshaw in Bharatpur in Rajasthan. That sight grabbed India's heart, leading to a deluge of offers for help.

  • Damini, rickshaw puller's baby, discharged from hospital

    Damini, rickshaw puller's baby, discharged from hospital

    Two-month-old Damini weighs just two kilos now, not ideal for a baby her height. But she is far healthier now than when she grabbed India's heart, slung to her father's chest as he ferried people in his cycle-rickshaw in Bharatpur in Rajasthan.

  • Baby Damini to be discharged from hospital today

    Baby Damini to be discharged from hospital today

    Baby Damini, who was brought to a Jaipur hospital two weeks ago as a malnourished and critically ill one-month-old, will be discharged today. Doctors say Baby Damini is now a healthier 2 kg and well enough to go home with her father, Babloo, who is a rickshaw-puller.

  • Rickshaw puller's baby, Damini, shows signs of improvement

    Rickshaw puller's baby, Damini, shows signs of improvement

    Four days after she was brought to a hospital in Jaipur in critical condition, Baby Damini is showing signs of recovery. Doctors say the malnourished infant has put on 200 gms -she weighed a paltry 1.4 kilos when she was admitted and diagnosed with septicemia and other infections.

  • Baby Damini's condition improves in Jaipur hospital

    Baby Damini's condition improves in Jaipur hospital

    Motherless baby Damini, who has been battling for life at a hospital in Jaipur, is showing signs of improvement, doctors attending to her said.

  • How you helped this rickshaw puller and his baby girl

    How you helped this rickshaw puller and his baby girl

    One-month old Damini is still in critical condition in hospital. But the baby, who till two days ago was strapped by her father to his chest as he pulled a rickshaw in Rajasthan, now has a whole country looking after her.

  • Why India's helping this rickshaw puller's baby

    Why India's helping this rickshaw puller's baby

    One-month old Damini is still in critical condition in hospital. But Baby Damini, who till two days ago was strapped by her father to his chest as he pulled a rickshaw in Rajasthan, now has a whole country looking after her.

  • Child strapped to rickshaw puller's chest critical; moved to Jaipur for specialised care

    Child strapped to rickshaw puller's chest critical; moved to Jaipur for specialised care

    For the month-old infant Damini, whose father, rickshaw puller Babloo, was forced to earn his daily wage even as he kept her strapped to his chest, it is a struggle between life and death. At just 1.4 kilos, she is severely malnourished and is also suffering from a blood infection. Doctors say she will probably need transfusion.

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