By Rijuta Dey Bera Jamshedpur, August 6: Fringed by rolling green hills and intercut by a river whose name translates as “streak of gold,” a sleepy little steel city has once again made its mark on the visual palette of mainstream Indian cinema. Moviemakers often fall back on the trope of a “small town” to […]
Jamshedpur: An eye camp was inaugurated today at Ram Manohar Lohia Netralaya, Bagbera, under the aegis of Indian Red Cross Society in collaboration with Chimanlal Bhalotia Seva Sansthan, Rajasthan Seva Sadan and District Rural Health Committee.
The camp is being held in the commemoration of late PN Kamani. Rotary Club of Jamshedpur and Jai Kamani, son of late PN Kamani, are co-organizers of the programme.
A total of 72 patients suffering from cataract were selected for surgery during the camp.