A three-year-old girl in Mumbai swallowed a safety pin that hung around her mother's mangalsutra. Her parents were trying to figure out what went wrong since she was constantly crying. When she refused to drink water, she was rushed to KEM hospital. An X-Ray revealed that a safety pin was lodged in her throat and it was open. Watch this video to find out what happened next!
26-year-old woman Salma Shaikh delivered a baby girl on platform 3 of Mumbai's Dadar Station last night. The woman delivered the baby when the train, which was enroute to CST from Kalyan, was stationed on platform number 3 of the Dadar Station. Soon after the delivery, the mother and newborn were shifted to the nearby KEM hospital for further treatment. Their condition is now stable
Residents of the Ahmed Umar building in Dadar (West) bravely battled a deadly midnight fire that gutted 17 shops and a hotel. They spearheaded a rescue operation — ensuring zero casualties and helping women, children, and the elderly escape with minor injuries. Video by Sadaguru Pandit, mid-day
Over the last weekend Aamir Khan inaugurated the Satyamev Jayate Bhavan- a shelter for malnourished women and children at Ahmednagar. On Sunday the actor attended a seminar at Mumbai's KEM hospital to discuss how women with drinking problems could be helped. Video courtesy: NDTV
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Now this is a kind of children day celebrations, which was enjoyed more by adults, undergraduate MBBS students, nurses, doctors and patients at civic run KEM hospital went berserk when the chief guest actor Salman Khan walked in the hospital for an event organized for children with hearing impairment. Story By-Priyanka Vora Video By-Bhupesh Sharma,MiD-DAY
Flouting the infection control policy, dirty and blood-smeared surgery attire are spread out to dry outside the gynae ward's OT, without undergoing the necessary cleaning process Story & Video By - Priyanka Vora,Mid-Day
Her eyes were bloodshot as she sat there staring into nothingness. An angry scowl was plastered on her face. Clad in a night dress, a livid-looking Deepika Parmar (26) sat in the paediatric ward of KEM Hospital in Parel last afternoon, about 12 hours after allegedly pushing her 45-day-old girl out of the window of a toilet on the ground floor. Story By - Priyanka Vora,Mid-Day