Aug 15 2017
11 children died on August 12 and, until Friday, the death toll stood at 60.
The state government has, however, denied that the children died due to shortage of oxygen.
Shergill said the hands of the Uttar Pradesh government were bloodied with the deaths.
The oxygen levels, the family says, dipped on August 10, too, and described the chaotic scenes at the hospital, where many wondered how so many babies were dying. "Prime Minister has also sent Union Health Minister JP Nadda to take cognizance of the situation", Adityanath said.
He said that according to reports from the paediatric department of the hospital, 60 children died due to various diseases since August 7. He also sought a probe by the Special Investigation Team into the matter.
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The Canadian government is not confirming the release yet, but did acknowledge that it sent a delegation to discuss the case. His family has urged the Canadian Prime Minister to save his life.
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Subsequently, the yield on the benchmark ten-year note, which moves opposite of its price, is down by 5.5 basis points at 2.228%. USA 30-year bond yields slid to a six-week trough of 2.790 percent, compared with 2.867 percent late on Tuesday.
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A residential skyscraper, the 86-storey Torch Tower, in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates was engulfed in fire on Friday morning. The Dubai government's media office tweeted: "No injuries have been reported so far in the Torch Tower fire incident".
State health minister Sidhartha Nath Singh and minister for medical education Ashutosh Tondon visited the hospital on Saturday.
Visiting the government-run hospital, which falls in his parliamentary constituency Gorakhpur, which he has been representing for two decades, along with Union Health Minister J P Nadda, Adityanath said the government was waiting for a report of the probe committee.
Local media have claimed that some of the deaths were due to a shortage of oxygen which occurred after a supplier withdrew equipment as a result of unpaid bills. "Cases of murder should be registered against the chief minister, health minister and other top officials involved", he said. However, the state government has since changed its narrative, now producing various natural reasons for the deaths like acute encephalitis syndrome and claiming that the number of those who died isn't outside the "normal".
The incident sparked a national outcry, with opposition parties demanding the resignation of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. The rash of deaths, which the Independent reports began last Monday, has led to the suspension of the head of the hospital in Uttar Pradesh state, and it's also spurred a string of questions and finger-pointing.
Rautela said that the hospital owed 6.8 million rupees (£81,900) to the company, but added that it had adequate numbers of oxygen cylinders.
In an effort to meet medical needs in the region - and ease local tensions - the Indian government has promised to set up a medical center to study and treat ailments affecting children.
Aug 15 2017
Top US military officer warns NKorea that US military ready
Moon said North Korea must stop issuing menacing statements and provoking. The Korean Central News Agency kept up its tough talk Monday.
Aug 14 2017
Tom Cruise Injured Filming High-Altitude Stunt For 'Mission: Impossible 6'
However the courageous jump is misjudged as the 55-year-old slams into a building and is momentarily left hanging in the air. Media outlets have reached out to reps for both Cruise and Paramount Pictures but there's been no official statement yet.
Aug 14 2017
U.S. sanctions: Iran aims to boost military spending in retaliation
In response the country's parliament has now given initial approval to a bill to increase spending on their missile programme. The parliament's majority voted for the bill, which was a response to the US new sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
Aug 13 2017
Trump to request possible probe of China trade practices
If an investigation begins, the US government could seek remedies either through the World Trade Organization or outside of it. President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping meet on the sidelines of the Group of 20 Summit last month in Hamburg.
Aug 10 2017
Overwatch Summer Games 2017 skins secrets REVEALED: Fans unearth hidden treasures
Numerous popular legendary skins, emotes and highlight intros are returning in the loot boxes, along with some new ones. Overwatch's Summer Games event has returned, and with it comes a host of new skins and other cosmetic items to unlock.
Aug 09 2017
Man accused of killing Missouri police officer wanted in New Hampshire
Sources told WMUR that McCarthy has lived in New Hampshire in the past and has a criminal history in the Granite State. Missouri online court records show McCarthy was charged Monday in Henry County, even as the manhunt for him continues.
Aug 09 2017
Traces of explosives, detonators found at Lahore truck blast site
Lahore , a city of around six million, is Pakistan's cultural hub and the capital of its most powerful province, Punjab. Azim Hanif, an eyewitness, said he was going to the parking stand in the area when a powerful blast took place.
Aug 08 2017
Australia's greatest track athlete, Betty Cuthbert, had died
Only in her thirties Betty was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS ), a disease that was still relatively unknown at that time. MALCOLM TURNBULL , Prime Minister - "Rest in peace Betty Cuthbert - an inspiration and a champion on and off the track".
Aug 05 2017
Toyota and Mazda To Build US Plant
As we reported earlier today , Mazda and Toyota have indeed taken a step towards increased collaboration, particularly in the U.S. Toyota is aiming to have such cars on the market by 2020, while Mazda is aiming for a launch in 2019.
Aug 05 2017
PSG Complete World Record Deal For Neymar
Neymar's first press conference with Paris Saint-Germain has started in a room packed with reporters, photographers and TV crews. Al-Khelaifi also insists PSG did not breach UEFA's financial fair play rules with the transfer. "We have been very transparent".
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