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the deputy general secretary of a faction of the AIADMK party,Many of my relatives are still undergoing treatment in different hospitals in Olpad, said Patel For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | Paris | Published: September 2 2016 2:06 pm Hundreds and possibly thousands of infected travellers are now transporting the virus to distant regions of the world (Source: Wikimedia Commons) Top News At least 26 billion people over a third of the global population live in parts of Africa Asia and the Pacific where Zika could gain a new foothold researchers warned today with 12 billion at risk in India alone These are people who reside in as-yet unaffected parts of the world with the right climate and abundant mosquitoes for the virus to settle spread and propagate an epidemic like the one besetting the Americas and Caribbean they said “According to our most conservative scenario populations living within the geographical range for Zika virus were highest in India (12 billion people) China (242 million) Indonesia (197 million) Nigeria (179 million) Pakistan (168 million) and Bangladesh (163 million)” said a study This is a theoretical possibility however Whether or not the mosquito-borne virus would take off in any of these countries would be determined largely by a crucial unknown factor: Do the people there have immunity Sporadic cases of Zika have previously been reported in Africa and Asia but nobody knows whether they were widespread enough for populations to acquire resistance to the virus Another mystery is whether immunity to the African Zika strain would offer protection against the Asian strain currently in circulation “If Zika immunity is widespread introduced Zika will fizzle out fast” Derek Gatherer of Lancaster University said in a comment on the study published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases “On the other hand if it enters another unprotected population we may see a repeat of what we have already seen in Brazil and other parts of Latin America” http://s.http://s.wwwdailymotioncom/playlist/x4mtlb_indianexpress_lifestyle The research team used air travel data maps of mosquito spread and climate conditions and information on population density and health spending to draw up an epidemiological risk model Benign in most people Zika has been linked to a form of severe brain damage called microcephaly which causes newborns’ heads to be abnormally small and to rare adult-onset neurological problems such as Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS)which can result in paralysis and death In an outbreak that started mid-2015 more than 15 million people have been infected with Zika in Brazil and more than 1600 babies born with abnormally small heads and brains Seventy countries and territories have reported local mosquito-borne Zika transmission with Brazil by far the hardest hit 17 countries have reported cases of microcephaly or other central nervous system malformations in babies and 18 signalled an increase in GBS according to the World Health Organization There have also been rare cases of person-to-person sexual transmission “As the Zika virus epidemic in the Americas intensifies and expands hundreds and possibly thousands of infected travellers are now transporting the virus to distant regions of the world” the researchers wrote For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: February 26 2013 1:48 pm Related News Ehsaan Hydari (Aditi Rao Hydari’s father)who was in the news lately as he was suffering from lung cancerbreathed his last yesterday at around 140 am today Aditiin one of her recent interview to a leading publicationspoke about her relationship with her father She said that even though she has been always attached to her fathershe found her relationship with him to be difficult As per his wishesEhsaan Hydari was crematedwhile his funeral was held at Shivaji Park Crematorium which 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Bainganwadi- between 2002-07 by the International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS) in partnership with several other Indian and international organisations including TN Medical College attached with BYL Nair Hospital and the University of Connecticut The findings of the study were published in the June edition of American Journal of Community Psychology About 2400 married men were interviewed from the community in the baseline and about 2700 in the end line- with a subset same in the base lineto arrive at the findings?there would be difficulties in the way of Wadia pursuing her legal remedies for enforcement of her legal rights… ? 2010, The film was screened at the Toronto International Film Festival and was released world wide on Netfilx lst year. 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