Kejriwal's health improves

Considerable improvement has been seen in the health condition of Delhi Chief Minister Aravind Kejriwal who is undergoing treatment at Jindal Naturecure Institute in the city, doctors treating him said.

“On day three of the treatment, his sugar level has come down to 200 from 300. On Sunday, he was put on deep tissue massage. This helps in improving his blood circulati­on. It will also aid lymphatic drai­n­age which is intended to encourage the natural drain­a­ge of the lymph,” Dr Babina Nandakumar, Chief Medical Officer, Jindal Naturecare Institute, said. “Kejriwal is also on acu­puncture to get treatment for health hazards,” she added.

The institute follows a protocol to admit patients who book sunsets only three mon­th­s in advance. It was proc­es­s­ed in a week for Kejriwal. “Since his condition was deteriorating drastically, the institute acce­pted his request. He wanted to stay for some more days. But due to the upcoming budget, he will complete his ten-day treatment plan and leave for Delhi,”  Dr Babina said.

Treatment plant
»A women-operated water treatment plant set up by Jaldhara Foundation and Rotary Club was inaugurated by Home Minister K J George, to mark International Women’s Day at Govindarajanagar on Sunday.

Jaldhara Foundation Director said the BBMP had provided land, water and electricity for the unit. The initiative would be extended across the State by partnering with the urban local bodies. Jaldhaara also launched  ‘8 Dreams’ Project’ aimed at supporting eight women, selected from Karnataka, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh and other states, in setting up their mai­den entrepreneurial venture.

»Brijesh Kalappa, advocate, Supreme Court, has been appointed legal adviser to the Karnataka government in New Delhi with immediate effect, DHNS reports from New Delhi.

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