Dana Majhi


'Dana Majhi' - 23 News Result(s)

  • No Money To Take Ailing Father To Kolkata, Son Cycles Him To A Quack

    No Money To Take Ailing Father To Kolkata, Son Cycles Him To A Quack

    In rural West Bengal, dead bodies are often carried like this, wrapped in a blanket or a plastic sheet and put on a flat platform behind the driver's seat of a van rickshaw.

  • 'He Just Had A Leg Ache...' Father Wept As He Carried 15-Year-Old Son's Body

    'He Just Had A Leg Ache...' Father Wept As He Carried 15-Year-Old Son's Body

    In tragic mobile footage from Uttar Pradesh, a man weeps as he carries his 15-year-old son's body over his shoulder at a hospital where he was provided neither a stretcher nor an ambulance. Another example that proves that in large parts of India, the story of Dana Majhi - the Odisha man forced to walk 10 km with his wife's body slung over his shou...

  • In Karnataka, Man Calls In Two-Wheeler To Carry Dead Son Home

    In Karnataka, Man Calls In Two-Wheeler To Carry Dead Son Home

    A distraught man waiting outside a hospital in Karnataka, a tiny body in his arms - that was Safan Rai with his 3-year-old son, who died after being hit by a car on Sunday. While the man responsible is still to be caught, the heartbreaking video from Anekal's government hospital proved yet again that nothing has changed since the visceral pictures ...

  • A Dana Majhi Everywhere. No Ambulance, Woman’s Body Carried By Family

    A Dana Majhi Everywhere. No Ambulance, Woman’s Body Carried By Family

    Bihar: A woman’s body was carried by relatives in Bihar after they were refused an ambulance at a government hospital on Tuesday – another example of dignity denied in death, which was brought to the nation’s attention in stark images last year of Odisha tribal Dana Majhi walking with his wife’s body on his shoulder. Shyama Devi, the 30-yea...

  • Bihar Woman's Body Carted On Shoulders

    Bihar Woman's Body Carted On Shoulders

    In a repeat of the sordid incidents of Kalahandi and Vaishali earlier, relatives of a woman were forced to carry her body home on their shoulders after being allegedly denied an ambulance at a government hospital in Bihar's Muzaffarpur district.

  • No Ambulance, He Carried Dead Daughter Home From Hospital On A Moped

    No Ambulance, He Carried Dead Daughter Home From Hospital On A Moped

    A father in Karnataka barely had time to grieve before he was forced to carry his 20-year-old daughter's body from the hospital to his village on a moped, her uncle keeping her upright.

  • Another Dana Majhi? Odisha Man Walks With Daughter's Body From Hospital

    Another Dana Majhi? Odisha Man Walks With Daughter's Body From Hospital

    Gati Dhibar, a man from Odisha's Angul district, walked from a hospital with his five-year-old daughter's body for a kilometre before finding transport to go home to his village and perform last rites.

  • At Andhra Hospital, Wife Had To Drag Him Behind Her Up A Ramp

    At Andhra Hospital, Wife Had To Drag Him Behind Her Up A Ramp

    She walked slowly, up the hospital ramp, one arm stretched out behind her. Holding onto it, her husband, sick and physically challenged. Slowly, she shuffled up the hospital ramp, dragging him behind her.

  • Odisha Issues Notification To Treat Dead With Dignity, Respect

    Odisha Issues Notification To Treat Dead With Dignity, Respect

    The Odisha government on Wednesday ordered the state's health facilities to ensure that the dead are treated with dignity and respect.

  • Daughters Dismantle Own Roof Top To Collect Wood For Mother's Funeral

    Daughters Dismantle Own Roof Top To Collect Wood For Mother's Funeral

    After the tragic incident of Dana Majhi who carried his dead wife's body for 10 km in Odisha's Kalahandi district, another tragic incident has surfaced in the state where daughters had to dismantle the roof of their home to collect wood for their mother's funeral.

  • Opposition In Odisha Assembly Seeks House Committee Probe Into Dana Majhi Case

    Opposition In Odisha Assembly Seeks House Committee Probe Into Dana Majhi Case

    Exactly a month since Dana Majhi walked 10 km with his wife's body on his shoulder in Kalahandi district, Odisha Assembly today witnessed uproarious scenes with opposition Congress and BJP demanding a House Committee probe into the incident.

  • Dana Majhi Never Sought Help From Hospital: Odisha Government

    Dana Majhi Never Sought Help From Hospital: Odisha Government

    Rejecting allegation that Dana Majhi was denied a hearse by the authorities forcing him to carry his wife's body on his shoulder for 10 km last month, Odisha government today told the Assembly he had never sought any help before leaving Bhawanipatna district headquarters hospital.

  • No Ambulance, Son Carries Mother's Body To Village On Trolley-Rickshaw In Jaipur

    No Ambulance, Son Carries Mother's Body To Village On Trolley-Rickshaw In Jaipur

    Another sad incident has came to light after the Dana Majhi incident of Odisha, when the son of tribal woman named Pana Tirika had to carry her body in a trolley-rickshaw to their village Ankula, located four kilometers away from Jajpur on Saturday after she died at Jajpur District Hospital.

  • Hospital Where Dana Majhi’s Wife Died Is Not Just Short Of Ambulances

    Hospital Where Dana Majhi’s Wife Died Is Not Just Short Of Ambulances

    Bhawanipatna: Days after Dana Majhi had to walk 10 km carrying his wife’s corpse on his shoulders, NDTV visited the Kalahandi District Headquarter Hospital in Bhawanipatna in Odisha where she breathed her last. A young man with severe meningitis was seen lying on the hospital’s floor, with his family by his side, struggling to hold him still as...

  • Dana Majhi, Who Carried His Dead Wife, Has Money Now. Not Much Else.

    Dana Majhi, Who Carried His Dead Wife, Has Money Now. Not Much Else.

    Melghar : The door to Dana Majhi’s empty one-room mud hut is always unlocked. Despite being given Rs 9 lakh from various government schemes and private donations after his wife’s death, there is nothing valuable in here – a change of clothes, a pair of shoes that aren’t slippers. The only thing that can’t be replaced is the memory of his ...

'Dana Majhi' - 10 Video Result(s)

'Dana Majhi' - 23 News Result(s)

  • No Money To Take Ailing Father To Kolkata, Son Cycles Him To A Quack

    No Money To Take Ailing Father To Kolkata, Son Cycles Him To A Quack

    In rural West Bengal, dead bodies are often carried like this, wrapped in a blanket or a plastic sheet and put on a flat platform behind the driver's seat of a van rickshaw.

  • 'He Just Had A Leg Ache...' Father Wept As He Carried 15-Year-Old Son's Body

    'He Just Had A Leg Ache...' Father Wept As He Carried 15-Year-Old Son's Body

    In tragic mobile footage from Uttar Pradesh, a man weeps as he carries his 15-year-old son's body over his shoulder at a hospital where he was provided neither a stretcher nor an ambulance. Another example that proves that in large parts of India, the story of Dana Majhi - the Odisha man forced to walk 10 km with his wife's body slung over his shou...

  • In Karnataka, Man Calls In Two-Wheeler To Carry Dead Son Home

    In Karnataka, Man Calls In Two-Wheeler To Carry Dead Son Home

    A distraught man waiting outside a hospital in Karnataka, a tiny body in his arms - that was Safan Rai with his 3-year-old son, who died after being hit by a car on Sunday. While the man responsible is still to be caught, the heartbreaking video from Anekal's government hospital proved yet again that nothing has changed since the visceral pictures ...

  • A Dana Majhi Everywhere. No Ambulance, Woman’s Body Carried By Family

    A Dana Majhi Everywhere. No Ambulance, Woman’s Body Carried By Family

    Bihar: A woman’s body was carried by relatives in Bihar after they were refused an ambulance at a government hospital on Tuesday – another example of dignity denied in death, which was brought to the nation’s attention in stark images last year of Odisha tribal Dana Majhi walking with his wife’s body on his shoulder. Shyama Devi, the 30-yea...

  • Bihar Woman's Body Carted On Shoulders

    Bihar Woman's Body Carted On Shoulders

    In a repeat of the sordid incidents of Kalahandi and Vaishali earlier, relatives of a woman were forced to carry her body home on their shoulders after being allegedly denied an ambulance at a government hospital in Bihar's Muzaffarpur district.

  • No Ambulance, He Carried Dead Daughter Home From Hospital On A Moped

    No Ambulance, He Carried Dead Daughter Home From Hospital On A Moped

    A father in Karnataka barely had time to grieve before he was forced to carry his 20-year-old daughter's body from the hospital to his village on a moped, her uncle keeping her upright.

  • Another Dana Majhi? Odisha Man Walks With Daughter's Body From Hospital

    Another Dana Majhi? Odisha Man Walks With Daughter's Body From Hospital

    Gati Dhibar, a man from Odisha's Angul district, walked from a hospital with his five-year-old daughter's body for a kilometre before finding transport to go home to his village and perform last rites.

  • At Andhra Hospital, Wife Had To Drag Him Behind Her Up A Ramp

    At Andhra Hospital, Wife Had To Drag Him Behind Her Up A Ramp

    She walked slowly, up the hospital ramp, one arm stretched out behind her. Holding onto it, her husband, sick and physically challenged. Slowly, she shuffled up the hospital ramp, dragging him behind her.

  • Odisha Issues Notification To Treat Dead With Dignity, Respect

    Odisha Issues Notification To Treat Dead With Dignity, Respect

    The Odisha government on Wednesday ordered the state's health facilities to ensure that the dead are treated with dignity and respect.

  • Daughters Dismantle Own Roof Top To Collect Wood For Mother's Funeral

    Daughters Dismantle Own Roof Top To Collect Wood For Mother's Funeral

    After the tragic incident of Dana Majhi who carried his dead wife's body for 10 km in Odisha's Kalahandi district, another tragic incident has surfaced in the state where daughters had to dismantle the roof of their home to collect wood for their mother's funeral.

  • Opposition In Odisha Assembly Seeks House Committee Probe Into Dana Majhi Case

    Opposition In Odisha Assembly Seeks House Committee Probe Into Dana Majhi Case

    Exactly a month since Dana Majhi walked 10 km with his wife's body on his shoulder in Kalahandi district, Odisha Assembly today witnessed uproarious scenes with opposition Congress and BJP demanding a House Committee probe into the incident.

  • Dana Majhi Never Sought Help From Hospital: Odisha Government

    Dana Majhi Never Sought Help From Hospital: Odisha Government

    Rejecting allegation that Dana Majhi was denied a hearse by the authorities forcing him to carry his wife's body on his shoulder for 10 km last month, Odisha government today told the Assembly he had never sought any help before leaving Bhawanipatna district headquarters hospital.

  • No Ambulance, Son Carries Mother's Body To Village On Trolley-Rickshaw In Jaipur

    No Ambulance, Son Carries Mother's Body To Village On Trolley-Rickshaw In Jaipur

    Another sad incident has came to light after the Dana Majhi incident of Odisha, when the son of tribal woman named Pana Tirika had to carry her body in a trolley-rickshaw to their village Ankula, located four kilometers away from Jajpur on Saturday after she died at Jajpur District Hospital.

  • Hospital Where Dana Majhi’s Wife Died Is Not Just Short Of Ambulances

    Hospital Where Dana Majhi’s Wife Died Is Not Just Short Of Ambulances

    Bhawanipatna: Days after Dana Majhi had to walk 10 km carrying his wife’s corpse on his shoulders, NDTV visited the Kalahandi District Headquarter Hospital in Bhawanipatna in Odisha where she breathed her last. A young man with severe meningitis was seen lying on the hospital’s floor, with his family by his side, struggling to hold him still as...

  • Dana Majhi, Who Carried His Dead Wife, Has Money Now. Not Much Else.

    Dana Majhi, Who Carried His Dead Wife, Has Money Now. Not Much Else.

    Melghar : The door to Dana Majhi’s empty one-room mud hut is always unlocked. Despite being given Rs 9 lakh from various government schemes and private donations after his wife’s death, there is nothing valuable in here – a change of clothes, a pair of shoes that aren’t slippers. The only thing that can’t be replaced is the memory of his ...

Your search did not match any documents
A few suggestions
  • Make sure all words are spelled correctly
  • Try different keywords
  • Try more general keywords
Check the NDTV Archives:http://archives.ndtv.com

................................ Advertisement ................................

................................ Advertisement ................................