The server has gone down in Delhi’s largest hospital AIIMS, after which there has been an outcry in the hospital. Patients are facing problems due to server down and had to wait for hours for their reports.
Reportedly, all the work related to the online network of the hospital is still stalled. According to AIIMS, this problem started from 7.30 am on Wednesday. Due to the server down, its effected the work related to online appointment, recruitment of patients, OPD registration, digital hospital service, smart lab, billing and report generation.
When the server failed on Wednesday, the maximum impact was on the registration of OPD. Thousands of people from different places of the country come here daily for treatment in AIIMS. But due to server down in AIIMS, registration through the system stopped.
Initially, the network was not connecting to their computer, due to which the work was done manually. But due to the slow pace of work, the crowd at the registration counter increased. There was delay in treatment and some people could not reach OPD on time. In such a situation, the patients who were about to be discharged from the hospital also had to face trouble.
In order to provide better treatment to patients and solve their problems, orders have been given by the AIIMS administration to increase manpower in all departments as the replacement of computers. In fact, since two days many services including OPD, Emergency and Lab have been done manually.
According to sources, officials from India Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-IN), Delhi Police, Intelligence Bureau, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) along with the technical team are probing the cause of the server down. Meanwhile, the Delhi Police has also registered a case against unknown people in the matter.
Cauvery water dispute: Karnataka government is not against protest, but opposition should refrain from gaining political mileage, says CM Siddaramaiah
CM Siddaramaiah further underlined that they all must work for the people of Karnataka and not for self-political gains.
Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Tuesday asserted that his government does not oppose any protest, though there is a Supreme Court verdict against it. He added that the opposition should refrain from gaining political mileage, stating that there are few people and parties who are making the Cauvery issue political.
CM Siddaramaiah further underlined that they all must work for the people of Karnataka and not for self-political gains. Reportedly, there has been an escalating conflict between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu after the Cauvery Water Mangaement Authority (CWMA) issued an order asking Karnataka to release 5000 cusecs of water to Tamil Nadu for 15 days.
The pro-Kannada outfits, political groups and farmers associations called for a strike to protest against the release of Cauvery water to Tamil nadu. Speaking about the strike, the Bengaluru police stated that there is no permission for any bandh, protest or demonstration in the city. The police announced Section 144, a prohibition of assembling more than five people in the city.
On Monday, JDS supremo and former PM Devegowda wrote an open letter to PM Narendra Modi, seeking his intervention into the cauvery dispute. CM Siddaramaiah openly welcomed former PM Devegowda’s step. In his letter, JDS supremo asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to interfere in resolving the ongoing disputes and differences between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.
In addition, he also suggested to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to form an external agency who can bring forth a permanent solution to the Cauvery water sharing dispute between both the states. Today, a 12 hour Bandh was called upon by the Farmer’s Organisation in Bengaluru, with support from opposition parties. As far as reports are concerned, another statewide bandh has also been issued for 29th of September.
While Karnataka Jala Samrakhshan Samiti, an umbrella outfit of farmers’ association and opposition parties in Karnataka are holding protests in the state regarding the Cauvery water sharing dispute, farmers in Tamil Nadu also took the street to protest on the same and demanded for the release of Cauvery water to the state from Karnataka.
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Farmers from different parts of Thanjavur performed Tharpanam, a ritual which is done for ancestors, in front of district collector office, urging the government to get Tamil Nadu’s share of water in Cauvery for Kuruvai and Samba cultivation.
While Karnataka Jala Samrakhshan Samiti, an umbrella outfit of farmers’ association and opposition parties in Karnataka are holding protests in the state regarding the Cauvery water dispute, farmers in Tamil Nadu also took the street to protest on the same and demanded for the release of Cauvery water to the state from Karnataka.
The conflict between the two states broke out when the Cauvery Water Management Authority (CWMA) order directed Karnataka to continue releasing 5000 cusecs of water to Tamil Nadu for another 15 days. Following the order, top Congress leaders of Karnataka maintained that there is no surplus water available to be released.
Protesting against the Karnataka government and demanding release of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu, a group of farmers from Tiruchirappalli were holding dead rats in their mouths. Notably, a similar protest was seen in April 2017, when Chinnagodangi Palanisamy, a 65-year-old farmer, caught a live rat in his mouth while protesting near Delhi’s Jantar Mantar to draw the government’s attention to the plight of farmers in drought-stricken areas of Tamil Nadu. The photos of this incident went viral then.
Meanwhile, farmers from different parts of Thanjavur performed Tharpanam, a ritual which is done for ancestors, in front of district collector office, urging the government to get Tamil Nadu’s share of water in Cauvery for Kuruvai and Samba cultivation. Kuruvai cultivation refers to the seasonal cultivation of paddy during the Kuruvai season in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Samba cultivation also refers to a seasonal paddy cultivation.
Furthermore, members of Cauvery Urimai Meetpu Kulu also staged a rail roko protest in Thanjavur by blocking Cholan Express train, condemning Karnataka government to release Tamil Nadu’s share of water in Cauvery river. Reportedly, the protestors were arrested by the police.
In another protest regarding the same, members of Desai Thenninthiya Nathigal Inaippu Vivasayigal Sangam (National South Indian River Interlinking Agriculturist Association) held a protest under the leadership of state president of the association Ayyakannu in Trichy by performing the last rites of Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah. They condemned the Karnataka state government for not releasing enough water from Cauvery.
Watch: Korean Ambassador Chang Jae-bok performs puja for his new car, video goes viral
In the video a priest can be seen holding the puja ceremony. Ambassador Chang Jae-bok and other officials are also standing in attendance during the puja ceremony. The post was shared by the Korean Embassy on X on September 26
South Korean Embassy in India held a special puja ceremony to mark the arrival of a new vehicle for Ambassador Chang Jae-bok. The official took to X (formerly Twitter) to share a video of the pooja ceremony. He wrote he was delighted to have new Hyundai Genesis GV80 as the ambassador’s official vehicle. He also held a puja ceremony for good luck.
In the video a priest can be seen holding the puja ceremony. Ambassador Chang Jae-bok and other officials are also standing in attendance during the puja ceremony. The post was shared by the Korean Embassy on X on September 26. The video has been viewed close to 80,000 times. The post has more than 1700 likes.
Variety of comments started coming on Twitter. Many social media users were happy on seeing the video and wished Ambassador for the new car. One social media user said Good Luck and safe driving Ambassador Chang. One X user wrote that is the way to appreciate someone’s culture and wished the Ambassador best of Luck.
One social media user thanked the ambassador for embracing the culture. He said good luck for the new vehicle. Another X user said nice looking car. One user wrote performing puja is a very heartwarming. He assured the Ambassador that positive forces will bring much more glory to South Korea and India’s relations. One social media user said great to see this and respect for him. Another X user said India’s culture was the pride of India.
Another social media user said this is a great gesture by the Korean ambassador.
One X user said happy driving and safe journeys.
Another user found the video beautiful.
Another social media user said this will be a good beginning for the car of the ambassador.