Sunday, April 3, 2011

News for all Buddhists who are also Sai Baba devotees

Anantapur (AP), Apr 2 (PTI) The health condition of Sri Satya Sai Baba, who developed a breathing problem last night after being hospitalised at Puttaparti for lung and chest congestion, is now stable, doctors attending on him said today.

86-year-old Baba had difficulty in breathing late last night and was put on supportive respiratory device, said Dr A N Safaya, Director, Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences hospital, in a health bulletin here.

He is now breathing more easily and all other vital systems are functioning normally and there was no cause for anxiety, the bulletin said. Baba was admitted to this Prashanthigram Super Speciality hospital in Puttaparti near here on March 28 after he complained of slowing heart beat and giddiness.


RELIGIOUS guru Sri Satya Sai Baba’s condition remained stable on Tuesday after a pacemaker was fitted following breathing difficulties and giddiness, Makkal Osai re-ported.

Prasanthi Nilayam ashram representatives said Sai Baba fell sick on Monday afternoon and was shifted to the Sri Satyasai Hospital in Puttaparthi in the evening.

Sai Baba, who celebrated his 85th birthday in November last year, had not been well for the past six months. Although he continued to bless devotees, he had not been giving his discourses. Hospital director Safaya said Sai Baba was expected to be discharged in a few days.


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