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1956: Guru Nanak Free Eye Hospital | Silicon Valley iGuide

Guru Nanak Free Eye Hospital Name of Leader: Mr. Awator Singh (Chairman) Name of Contact Person: Mr. Jagjit Singh (Secretary) Address: 266-270, Theinbyu Road, Botataung Township, Yangon, Myanmar. Telephone No.: 95-1-294 086, 95-1-294 271 Email: cbi@mptmail.net.mm Year of Establishment: 1956 ICT Development Opportunities: Low-cost PCs Low-cost cell phones Mobile informatics Background: The Hospital was founded by Dr. R. S. Dugal …

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1918: Gold Medal in medicine – National Library of Scotland

9. Medals and prizes:—The Annual Distribution of medals and prizes took place in December 1918, when the Inspector-General of Civil Hospitals presided and gave away the following medals and prizes:—     The “Jamal Gold Medal” and “Lim Chin Tsong Gold Medal” to private pupil R. S. Dugal for standing first in aggregate and in Surgery, respectively, at the Final ‘L.M.P.’ examination of …

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23 August 1933 – UNEMPLOYMENT IN RANGOON – National Library of Singapore

Newspaper Article – UNEMPLOYMENT IN RANGOON..

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A SURVEY OF THE ENGLISH NEWSPAPERS OF PAKISTAN DURING 1951

R. S. Dugal, President of the All Burma Indian Congress in course of his speech observed that Iqbal’s poetry and philosophy were so profound and universal in their significance, transcending limits of race, nationality and religion, that they would remain as a permanent treasure in the world heritage of literature and philosophy. via A SURVEY OF THE ENGLISH NEWSPAPERS OF …

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25 November 1930 – INADEQUATE HOSPITAL ACCOMMODATION- National Library of Singapore

Newspaper Article – INADEQUATE HOSPITAL ACCOMMODATION..

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News: “The spokesman” on 4th, February, 1957

By Sardar Arjan Singh, B.A., B.L. Barrister-at-Law In God’s keeping he rest in peace. Our love for him shall never cease. In the passing away of Dr. Raghbir Singh Dugal, which sad event took place on Sunday the 20th. January 1957 at New Delhi, both Burmese and Indian have lost a gem, a gentleman of sterling virtues, who rendered for …

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