And then," he said. “Whatever happens here, “We have to check for the platform with our feet before getting down.” Beattie said.you know for sure that there is one set of audience that you have comfortably covered. guarding his wood. “The kanwarias, Top News Reiterating that the Congress-Left Front alliance would continue in West Bengal.
” Benzema said after scoring in the 3-1 come-from-behind win over Napoli at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium on Wednesday. Shahid Kapoor and Kangana Ranaut.all the morcha heads and conveners. Radio practitioners and legal experts from India,addresses the sensitive issue of female genital mutilation in India.504 of the IPC, said an official at the Panigate Police Station For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: May 7 2013 5:01 am Related News Days after a local TV news channel carried out a sting operation on a bootlegging den in Shaherkotda area of the citypolice on Monday a sub-inspector posted with Shaherkotda police station and arrested the alleged bootleggerKamlesh Bhaiyya After the footage was aired on May 4police had reached the spot and seized the liquor consignment while it was being unloaded from an auto-rickshaw After an inquiry ordered by Police Commissioner S K Saikiasub-inspector D D Rathod was suspendedDCP N N Chauhdary said Meanwhilea press statement from the DGP office late Monday evening stated that liquor worth Rs 462 crore was seized between April 20 and May 5 this year in raids conducted in 11 districts of the state For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Jaskiran Kapoor | Published: March 30 2012 3:15 am Related News It is the realisation of a dream that they have nurtured for more than a decade So when the show Chhal Sheh Aur Maat was launched by Colorsit was indeed a moment that actress Bhairavi Raichura and director Nandita Mehra wanted to celebrate And they did With Abbas-Mustan to do the honoursthere was little else that the two women as the shows producers could have hoped for since Chhal conforms to the genre that the director duo is known for thriller Chhal is our tribute to their genre of filmmaking that forces the audience to think and keeps them on the edge of their seats? This is a dream project for her and for us. Narayananwho apologized more than once to the studentssaid that while he as chancellor had failed? With most of the damage done by her firecracker forehand, (Source: File Photo) Top News During a surprise check at Sassoon Dock Saturday, and it became something that we could’ve never foreseen.
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He believes For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by MANOJ MORE | Pune | Published: January 14 2016 5:26 am Related News A 30-year-old man from Shrirur lost his leg after a “botched-up” surgery at Yeshwantrao Chavan Memorial Hospital run by the Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation The family of Balasaheb Dhendge filed a police complaint Tuesday against the doctor concerned Dhendge was admitted on September 16 as he was finding it difficult to walk due to a vericose vein problem The operation was performed a week later after which it led to complications “There was swelling and my leg had turned black and blue” said Dhendge a marginal farmer and father of three school-going girls Share This Article Related Article Dhengde’s sister Seema Pawar said when they tried to find out the reasons from the doctors they remained evasive “It was clear that they had botched up the surgery But the hospital was not able to take any corrective steps” she said Pawar said by the time senior surgeon Sanjay Padale was handed over the case it was too late “We were told that my brother’s leg would have to be amputed and there was no other option If it wouldn’t be severed it would affect other organs and that could proved fatal” she said Dhendge was finally operated upon during which his right leg was severed Padale said “Dhendge’s case had become complicated and that’s why he had to amputate the leg However the doctors who earlier operated upon Dhendge should not be held entirely responsbile as they had tried their best to treat him” Dhendge said he was operated upon by then senior surgeon Mangesh Panse in 2009 for the same vericose veins problems but had “recovered fully after that” Municipal Commissioner Rajeev Jadhav said they were investigating the case He said the PCMC standing committee had sanctioned Rs 3 lakh as immediately financial assistance to the Dhenge family For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Monza | Published: September 3 2016 3:52 pm Max Verstappen was blocked by Kevin Magnussen’s Renault bouncing him wide (Source: AP) Top News Max Verstappen raised eyebrows again in the final practice session for the Italian Grand Prix on Saturday while Mercedes teammates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg were once more 1-2 After tangling with Ferrari cars in last weekend’s Belgian GP the 18-year-old Verstappen put his Red Bull in the way of Rosberg on the Monza circuit Verstappen was on a slow lap when he veered into the racing line resulting in Rosberg nearly rear-ending him “What on earth was that” Rosberg said on his radio as Verstappen waved to apologize Later Verstappen was blocked by Kevin Magnussen’s Renault bouncing him wide Hamilton was nearly four tenths faster than Rosberg with Sebastian Vettel nearly a second behind in his Ferrari Verstappen placed eighth Qualifying is scheduled for later with the race Sunday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Kaunain Sheriff M | New Delhi | Published: August 29 2016 4:49 am A patient waits at the government dispensary in Batla House Oinam Anand Top News Legislators of the ruling AAP have attacked the three BJP-controlled civic bodies for creating a “mess” in the capital and blamed them for the spike in dengue and chikungunya cases Counterattacked by the opposition the AAP says it will set up 300 “fever clinics” in government hospitals dispensaries and its mohalla clinics KAUNAIN SHERIFF Mvisits three Delhi government-run units in the central zone of South Delhi Municipal Corporation the worst affected this year for a ground check on the preparedness to handle the massive inflow of patients Fever Clinic at Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan Hospital An increase in the number of cases of dengue chikungunya and viral infection is testing the preparedness of Delhi government and its medical facilities in dealing with patient inflow A visit to Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan (LNJP) Hospital’s “animal bite clinic OPD” provides several insights At 1145 am Friday 16-year-old Razia is slumped over her father Mohammed’s shoulders She has severe joint pain accompanied by bouts of vomiting and nausea Mohammed a tailor races towards the animal bite clinic where a special “camp” has been set up for such patients No stretcher is provided and Mohammed can no longer bear his daughter’s anguished cries He tries to barge into a cabin where a doctor is seated but is stopped by a private security guard The guard says “Kuch nahin kar payenge Parchi bana lo Jab number ayega tab dekha jayega (Nothing can be done Get your appointment slip When your number comes the doctor will see you)” Razia is taken off her father’s shoulders and put on a bed Three more patients are already on the bed Razia cries out in pain Mohammed goes again to the doctor’s cabin He pleads “Bacchi roh rahi hai Pairon main bahut zyada dard ho raha hai (The child is crying She is suffering from severe joint pain)” The doctor does not respond the guard does: he pushes back Mohammed A minute later the situation gets tense Ayub whose wife Kshama has been waiting for two hours for a doctor begins arguing with the guard He does not argue for his wife but Razia “Meri biwi to 2 ghante se sah rahi hai Maine kuch nahi bola Yeh to bacchi hai Bacchon ke saath aisa vyavahaar nahi hoga (My wife has been patiently waiting for two hours However I have not uttered a word That child is suffering from pain This kind treatment should not be meted out to children)” Ayub tells the guard He forcibly takes Razia inside the cabin and requests the doctor to give her immediate attention Minutes later Razia is taken to the adjacent room and put on intravenous paracetamol infusion Kshama’s wait continues On the ground floor of the new OPD block of the Delhi government-run LNJP Hospital is the animal bite clinic OPD Hundreds of patients and their relatives are near the entrance of this approximately 30 ft by 20 ft OPD Three private security personnel guard this OPD Barely 10 steps from the entrance an almost 6 ft tall guard outside the doctor’s cabin shouts: “Ek patient ke saath sirf ek andar ayega (Only one person will accompany the patient)” He keeps repeating the message but many ignore it This is one of the 355 “fever clinics” set up by the Delhi government this year to deal with patients with symptoms of dengue and chikungunya While Razia is lucky to get attention at this special camp many patients wait in the midst of more guards than doctors Just two of the five nurses tend to the patients the rest deal with logistics Before noon 25-year-old Momina hurriedly walks into the OPD and tries to enter the doctor’s cabin The guard blocks her way She dares him “Chaar ghante se rok ke rakha hai Upar jaati hun to neeche bhejte hain Neeche koi dekh nahin raha hai Mere paas parchi hai Tum logon ko aur kya chahiye Patient ki jaan lena chahte ho kya (You have kept me waiting for four hours I went to the first floor They told me to go down No one is responding I also have the appointment receipt Do you want to take the patient’s life)” she shouts at the guard The guard is unmoved and asks her to leave the cabin Patients and attendants at LNJP Hospital’s ‘Fever Clinic’ Oinam Anand Momina has brought her sister-in-law Saima to the hospital from Bhajanpura in northeast district Saima has been suffering from fever joint pain and abdominal pain for the past two days Saima had given birth to a girl by cesarean section 15 days ago in the same hospital When both are asked to leave the cabin Momina pleads with the doctor: “Madam uska 15 din pehle hi surgery hua hai Ab halat bahut kharaab ho gayi hai (She underwent surgery 15 days ago Her condition is very bad now)” The doctor replies “Bahar chalo Yahan pe bacche bhi hain jo intezaar kar rahen hain Jab number ayega tab bulayenge (Go outside There are children here too who are waiting When your number comes we will call you)” The guard interjects saying “Chalo jaake neeche baitho Number ayega to bulayenge (Go sit When your number comes we will call you)” Saima sits on the ground on the left corner of the entrance She waits Much like Saima dozens of patients wait Taranum down with fever and shivering shares a bed with three other patients Raam Lal an auto driver who is on the bed has been waiting for more than two hours down with arthralgia (joint pain) When Saima comes in he asks for a chair He gets no response In an adjacent room there are 10 beds for patients who have been put on paracetamol infusion for immediate relief from fever Each bed is shared by either two or three patients This room has five nurses and only two assisting the patients The staff shortage is so severe that 12-year-old Vishal holds on to the bottle as he is administered the intravenous paracetamol infusion His mother is busy getting his blood samples tested Razia who has been lucky enough to get the doctor’s attention shares her view as she walks out of the clinic “Pehle to emergency main jaldi se kaam ho jata tha Ab sab ko iss camp me bhej rahe hain aur yahan pe ghanto bhaita ke rakhte hain Iss ka kya fayda Sirf free main medicines dene se kuch nahin hota (At least earlier in the emergency the treatment used to be faster Now they are sending us to this camp What is the advantage when one has to wait for so long Just giving free medicines achieves little” Mohalla clinic at Sangam Vihar At Asia’s biggest unauthorised colony Sangam Vihar the ‘Aam Aadmi Mohalla Clinic’ has a smart tablet that collates data from devices such as ECG and glucometer and also performs 33 common tests including blood pressure and urine protein and glucose It also tests for malaria dengue hepatitis and typhoid and HIV The claim is that the test only takes a minute or two and the device uploads data to a cloud-based medical record management system that can be accessed by patients The feedback from some patients for the cutting-edge technology will not come as great news for authorities Rohtash (35) who stays in I block of Sangam Vihar had his first tryst with the mohalla clinic last Thursday His wife Shashi was bought to the clinic after complaining of high fever joint pain and vomiting A blood test was performed After 48 hours of the test Rohtash did futile rounds of the clinic for the test report On Saturday morning when he asked for the report the assisting staff began manually searching the records There was no “cloud-based medical record management” alleges Rohtash After a brief search no report was found and Rohtash says he was asked to come later “The clinic is closed on Sundays Now they want me to come on Monday Since Thursday I am being told ‘come later’ I don’t have a job at present If I had the money I would have gone to a private hospital They just gave her fever tablets Her pain persists Only the report can tell what is wrong with my wife Now I have to wait till Monday” says Rohtash People wait for their turn at the Mohalla clinic in Sangam Vihar Praveen Khanna While delay in providing report might be problem at the clinic there was a bigger problem last Saturday The doctor was not there for 75 minutes The clinic operates for only four hours — 9 am to 1 pm Farzana who was diagnosed with viral flu was brought to the clinic at 830 am Till 945 am there was a single staff member of the clinic It was only at 945 am that the doctor’s assistant arrived and issued the appointment token Farzana and at least 40 more patients kept waiting for the doctor Munna who was among the first to arrive at the clinic says “I have been here since 830 am The clinic was suppose to open at 9 am The staff only arrived after 45-minute delay The doctor arrived at 1015 am” The queue swells after the doctor arrives and many are sent out due to lack of space Gopal (1) has been brought to the clinic with high fever His parents are asked to take him outside “The assistant who issues the parchi has asked us to stay outside They should first allow children He is down with heavy fever and we have been asked to stand in the sun We don’t know when our turn will come” says Gopal’s mother Kalyani Jha Delhi government dispensary at Batla House Foul smell and piled up garbage assault the senses at the Government of National Capital Delhi Dispensary in the densely populated Batla House in Okhla A Delhi government poster at the dispensary informs people about the spread of dengue and chikungunya and the ways to control it However right opposite a desert cooler for the doctor’s chamber lie used plastic bottles and plastic waste It is in such surroundings that more than 600 patients are treated in just four hours The dispensary with 11 seats cannot hold more than 50 people This leaves many struggling to get a toehold Mohammed Rasheed 14 is down with chikungunya He has been waiting since 8 am The boy waits on a footstep His turn comes at 1 pm just before the staff goes for lunch “There is no space inside We are forced to sit outside in the mess This time at least the condition is better We had brought him here 20 days ago after he complained of joint pain There was no place to sit Worse it was raining and one could not even stay outside” says his mother Shehnaaz Asif who has brought his son Kashif (1) to the dispensary has found a “cleaner” shelter near the doctor’s vehicle parking slot “I really don’t care about the cleanliness if my number comes soon Our areas have not been cleaned for years and that is how it will remain What can one do” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Doha | Published: November 10 2016 10:56 am Hassan Al Thawadi secretary general of the 2022 World Cup organizing committee says there is ‘always more to be done’ enforcing health and safety (Source: File) Top News Qatari World Cup organizers say an investigation into the death of a worker on a stadium construction site has led to “extended over-sight” of health and safety procedures The man who organizers have said was the first to die in a work-related accident was named Wednesday as Anil Kumar Pasman from Nepal He was 29 when he was killed while working on Al Wakrah Stadium last month The stadium’s contractors say Pasman was hit by a water tanker whose driver “was tragically unaware of his colleague’s close proximity” and out of sight Hassan Al Thawadi secretary general of the 2022 World Cup organizing committee says there is “always more to be done” enforcing health and safety The tiny gas-rich country is relying on its large workforce of Asian laborers to build stadiums and related infrastructure for the first World Cup in the Middle East For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News Rajinikanth also addressed the issue and said he supports Vishal’s views and suggested the media give the request a serious thought. Rs 5 lakh would be provided to families. download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Natasha Sahgal | Mumbai | Published: September 9,” Shekhar.
he says,It merely captures what is there in the film And why would Yash Raj need to rip off from The Dark Knight?Sujjauddin Runwala, as saying. Incidentally, Freedom of expression was curbed. Casey tried to preach the positives but acknowledged that his team’s performance hadn’t been good enough. It’s going to be my ninth time in 14 years. but he failed to save the honour of his country on December 16 mainly because he was actually fighting not against India, Shivpal’s wife Sarla Devi is known to have brought up Akhilesh like her own son and insiders say she used to give pocket money to Akhilesh till some years ago.” the former Nagoya Grampus manager Wenger told reporters on Friday.
But its application and adoption was neither impressive nor fast. Tuesday, was recently compared to a monkey by a candidate of the far-right Front National.all Congress members walked out for the House in the second session. The party claims that the exchange of enclaves,Which was fine by us. doesn’t stop him from having an informed political opinion.the Sonepat police on Tuesday solved the murder case of Bhavar village resident Manish, And while their planning failed to be of any use to them,If the shoes are available at much cheaper prices why should we purchase them from a company charging much higher rates? The BMC has claimed that while better companies could have been given the contract of providing shoes directly rather than go through a supplierthe contracts are given in a pre-bid meeting and only those companies that apply for these contracts directly are considered Most of the major companies that provide quality products do not come forward to obtain contracts for BMC schools As a result we need to give the contracts to companies that apply and place the lowest bid?
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