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HindustanTimes Sun,21 Sep 2014

Ghulam Ali stops at Amritsar for a throat check up

Rameshinder Singh Sandhu , Hindustan Times   Amritsar, November 19, 2013
First Published: 21:47 IST(19/11/2013) | Last Updated: 21:48 IST(19/11/2013)

Noted Pakistani Ghazal singer, Ghulam Ali, who has enthralled music lovers on both sides of the border with his melodious voice, is feeling low due to throat infection he is suffering from after his live concert in the film city, Mumbai.
 
On the way back to his home country, Pakistan, he stopped in the holy city to get his throat infection checked by his known doctor, Dr Jagdeepak Singh, an ENT specialist. It was a surprise for the doctor as he walked in to his room.
 
Ali received a warm welcome by the doctor and his staff along with the patients, who were astonished to see the ghazal singer. As his throat was finally examined, the doctor advised local rest for next ten days.
 
While talking to HT over the phone, Dr Singh said: "He has not taken rest for a long time and has performed for many hours in Mumbai. Secondly, the weather is also changing which could also be one of the reasons for his throat infection."
He further added, "There is nothing much to worry about, his throat will be fine if he takes rest as advised."
 
Post his check up, many fans, young and old, gathered outside the doctor's room to meet him. As he came out there was cheer on everyone's face and everyone wanted to get a picture clicked.

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Ali, not disappointing his fans, gave autographs and got pictures clicked with them.

The singer will cross the border on Wednesday morning after a night stay in the  city.
 

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