Police said the incident took place at around 11.30 p.m. on Sunday in the emergency ward of the AIIMS Jai Prakash Narayan Apex Trauma Centre when a patient with a foot injury reached there for treatment.
The patients' waiting rooms of NRS Medical College and Hospital - the epicentre of the protests - have been over-occupied since the cease-work started last Tuesday, forcing many of families to spend nights under the open sky despite occasional rains.
Police sources said nine soldiers had suffered injuries in this explosion and have been shifted to army's base hospital in Srinagar city.
Earlier, police sources had said two militants had been killed in the gunfight in Bidoora village of Anantnag and their bodies recovered, but now said that that only one militant's body was recovered from the site.
The Kerala High Court stayed the state government's decision to implement recommendations of the Khader Committee report, which proposes single directorate for the education sector.
The Home Ministry sought a report from the Delhi Police after a video surfaced online showing a violent clash between a tempo driver and a few policemen in northwest Delhi, a senior official said.
Healthcare services were severely affected across the country on Monday as doctors wearing helmets and forming human chains went on a strike in solidarity with their protesting colleagues in West Bengal.
The protesting doctors in West Bengal on Monday agreed to withdraw their week-long stir after Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee announced steps to scale up security at hospitals.
The India Meteorological Centre predicted moderate showers in Mumbai and surrounding areas over the next two days, while south Konkan will receive higher intensity rain during the same period.
Planting of summer-sown crops such as soybean, cotton, rice and corn has been delayed by at least two weeks because of the slow progress of monsoon rains in central and western parts of the country, raising concerns over lower production.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee asked police to appoint nodal officers for security of doctors at all government hospital in the state as she met the striking medicos on Monday in a bid to end the week-long impasse.
Reports claim heatwave to have taken more than 150 lives in across a dozen districts, including 29 more people in Bihar in the past 24 hours, taking the death toll over the past two days to 78.
Kejriwal, who met the family of the man, said the Delhi police's "brutality" in Mukherjee Nagar area on Sunday was highly condemnable and unjustified.
An Army Major was killed while another officer and two troopers were injured in an encounter with militants in south Kashmir on Monday, officials said.
A junior resident doctor at the emergency ward of the AIIMS Trauma Centre was allegedly verbally abused and manhandled by the attendants of a patient late on Sunday night, following which his colleagues at the premier institute have gone on a strike withdrawing all nonessential services till Tuesday morning.