Mangaluru: A one-day workshop on colposcopy, titled 'Scope Masters Forum: Illuminating Excellence in Colposcopy' was conducted by Yenepoya (Deemed to be University) in the city on Saturday, February 10.
The program, which began with an invocation, had Dr. Priya Ganesh Kumar, Chairperson of the Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI) Committee (Gynaecological Oncology), as the chief guest and Dr. M Vijayakumar, Vice-chancellor of the Yenepoya (Deemed to be University), as the guest of honour. Dr. Shobha K, President of Karnataka State Chapter of the Association of Gynaecological Oncologists of India (KSC-AGOI), and Dr. Kiran Kulkarni, Treasurer of KSC-AGOI, were the other dignitaries on the dais.
Dr. Abdullah Kunhi, Chancellor of Yenepoya (Deemed to be University), who presided over the inauguration of the workshop, lauded the efforts of Dr. Anjum Ifthikar, Organizing Chairperson of the FOGSI event. He also congratulated Dr. Vijayakumar for his cancer-related work in the Yenepoya (Deemed to be University).
Chief Guest Dr. Priya Ganesh Kumar talked about vaccination drives and the role of colposcopy in the early detection of cervical cancer.
Dr. Vijayakumar stressed on the importance of an early detection of cervical cancer and also congratulated Dr. Anjum Ifthikar for successfully conducting the event with a large number of delegates who actively participated in the workshop.
Dr. Anjum Ifthikar welcomed the gathering and Dr. Neha Kamath proposed the vote of thanks during the inauguration of the workshop.
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New Delhi, Mar 4: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in his reply to the latest ED summons related to the excise policy case has expressed readiness to appear before the agency through video-conferencing after March 12, government sources said on Monday.
Kejriwal has so far skipped multiple summonses of the Enforcement Directorate (ED), calling them illegal and asking the agency to wait as the matter was in court.
The chief minister reiterated that the summonses are "illegal" but still he was ready to answer the questions by the probe agency, the sources said.
Kejriwal also has to appear before a city court on March 16. The court has sought his personal appearance in a complaint case filed by the ED over skipping of its summonses by him.