Dr bashir ahmed dar chinkipora sopore kashmir speaks about defirillating a heart.Defibrillation is the definitive treatment for the life-threatening cardiac arrhythmias, ventricular fibrillation and pulseless ventricular tachycardia. Defibrillation consists of delivering a therapeutic dose of electrical energy to the affected heart with a device called a defibrillator. This depolarizes a critical mass of the heart muscle, terminates the arrhythmia, and allows normal sinus rhythm to be reestablished by the body's natural pacemaker, in the sinoatrial node of the heart.
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Srinagar,13,Sept,2007:Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Freedom League protesting against human rights violations by Indian troops in Kashmir (India). Curtsey Reuters
Mirpur, February 02: President Asif Ali Zardari’s maiden visit to occupied Kashmir has whipped fresh controversy, with people of the region opposing the head of state of Pakistan visiting the region which is a subject of dispute between New Delhi and Islamabad. Apart from the visit, core to the opposition was the people of Occupied Kashmir voicing their resentment against Islamabad’s meddling in matters of the region.
Muzaffarabad, November 03 (ANI): It was on 22nd October 1947 that the Pakistan army in the guise of tribals invaded a part of the erstwhile princely state of Jammu and Kashmir. Kashmiris have since suffered the worst- facing repression, death and destruction, all for a cause that has been misguided and distorted to match the expansionist policies of Islamabad. October 22nd continues to be observed as a 'Black Day' by Kashmiris across the world.
Muzaffarabad, November 10: Pakistan Administered Kashmir appears to have been caught in a quagmire created by its administrators. While it is being turned into an operating base for terrorists, the people here are facing an uncertain future with back-breaking prices and rising unemployment.
Gilgit, November 17 (ANI): Despite strong and wide spread opposition to the Presidential Ordinance by Pakistan titled Gilgit Baltistan Empowerment and Self Governance Order 2009, election was induced on November 12 in the long suppressed and exploited region of the divided Kashmir state. The reforms package promises to give full internal and political autonomy to Gilgit Baltistan by restructuring the existing legislative set-up which critics say is an old wine in a new bottle.
Muzaffarabad, November 24: Even as international attention on Kashmir has invariably been focused on the tensions and conflict between Islamabad and New Delhi, people living in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir are more worried about the military occupation of the region in the virtual absence of the civil administration in these areas.
Gilgit/ London, December 15: Weeks after the controversial vote in Gilgit Baltistan, the region of Pakistan administered Kashmir continues to be rocked by daily protests. The handling of the election which came as a result of yet another contentious order on political reforms has been rejected by nationalists as a mockery of democracy.
Muzaffarabad, December 22: From being continuously "watched and monitored" by Pakistans government to restricting the freedom of expression, journalists in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir frequently face harassment at the hands of the military, the intelligence agencies and the jihadists alike.
Muzaffarabad, January 05: Over the past five years, a rolling series of political and security crises have gripped Pakistan Occupied Kashmir. Turned into the base camp for terrorism, the people of the region have been tossed between the faltering security and an uncertain future with a back-breaking cost of living and rising unemployment.
Muzaffarabad,January 12:Thousands of students in Pakistan occupied Kashmir face an uncertain future as the schools and colleges destroyed by the 2005 earthquake are yet to be rebuilt. With formal education last on the government's priority,many are forced to turn to madrassas,known to indoctrinate Islamic fundamentalism.
Gilgit, January 19: Pakistan has been in a quagmire in 2009. Worse even for the people of Occupied Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan. Coming out of the shadow of a year that virtually brought no change to the way of life in these regions; the people especially the youth say they have little to hope in the New Year.