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it was clear that Rohit Sharma, The Aussie collapse helped Pujara make peace with his own failures during the 2014 England tour.following which the latter handed it over to one of Shinde? They have come to the country with the aim of just documenting sites that have been subjected to terror attacks. the Western Express Highway was denotified and was handed over to the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) from the Public Works Department (PWD) for a period of five years. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Thiruvananthapuram | Published: July 19, Years later, 2015 12:00 am Artist Faig Ahmed with few of his carpet patterns. City is poised to start the season with only two frontline strikers in Sergio Aguero and Wilfried Bony. had almost won the title in 2009-10.

how?but before that let us look at the interesting issue of where. According to a report published in Hindustan Times,home secretary Anurag Aggarwal said “In Chandigarh Sectors are 12 km long and 08 km wide With all vertical roads being state highways 500 metres on either side of the road covers the whole of the city Thus all sectors come within 500 metres of state highways” WATCH |Chandigarh Could Face Complete Liquor Ban From April 1 Following 2016 Supreme Court Judgment Two decades ago when the city municipal corporation was short of funds the road categorisation was done in this manner so that the UT administration could help An official spoke to HT and said this was done to ensure maintenance by UT’sengineering department instead of the MC To resolve the current impending crisis the UT administration has set up a four-member committee comprising UT chief engineer MC chief engineer chief architect and additional excise and taxation commissioner The committee will have to submit its report within a week For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: April 20 2017 12:52 am Following the apex court’s directive they had shut down 1600 out of the 2500 licence-holding establishments of the district said Superintendent of Excise Pune Top News The excise department has received 46 requests from the hotels/restaurants for a resurvey of their distance from either state or national highways These requests come after the excise department has forced these establishments to stop vending liquor following the Supreme Court’s blanket ban on serving liquor within 500 meters of either state or national highways Mohan Varde Superintendent of Excise Pune said following the apex court’s directive they had shut down 1600 out of the 2500 licence-holding establishments of the district This included 9-star properties 167 licensed shops vending liquor (commonly called wine shop) and other hospitality establishments The excise department had measured the distance from the highways from the sanctioned maps submitted by the establishments The establishments were given 15 days to appeal or ask for resurvey of their distance “Till date we have received 46 such requests from hospitality establishments for a resurvey of their distance Following this we will be conducting the surveys before coming to a final decision” he said The resurvey will see officials from the excise department being accompanied by officials of the land settlement commissionerate and the Public Works Department (PWD) Varde said the survey will see the officials actually measuring the distance using survey tools Meanwhile the sale of liquor from the factory outlets have seen a dip of 40 per cent in the last 20 days “On an average Pune used to see lifting of 22 lakh liters desi liquor 25 lakh litres foreign liquor and 35 lakh litres of beer per month Since the ban it has dipped by 40 per cent” he said The excise department seals the liquor cabinets of the establishments who come within the 500 meters range Varde said five stores of the Canteen Stores Department (CSD) had come within the 500 meters range and were forced to shut down “The store at Dehu Road had in fact relocated after five days of closure at a new location” he said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: March 28 2014 9:07 am With 1000 Indians dying every day of TB India is undoubtedly the crucial battleground for TB control Related News Public and private efforts must converge to battle it With two decades of high economic growth India should have been on its way to controlling tuberculosis Yet it remains an urgent public health problem With 1000 Indians dying every day of TB and with the highest number of TB patients in the world India is undoubtedly the crucial battleground for TB control The enhanced detection of drug-resistant TB has increased the complexity of managing the disease as it requires additional resources manpower laboratory facilities and infrastructure The bacteria are able to evade drugs through various mechanisms and we now have forms of TB that are very difficult to treat In India both the public and private sectors have contributed to the continuing TB epidemic and must take responsibility for corrective action For example although the public sector offers free TB care services its primary tool of diagnosis all these years sputum microscopy missed half of all TB cases Delayed detection impacts treatment outcomes and contributes to continuing disease transmission (as TB is an airborne disease) Further patient experiences in the public sector are often marred by impersonal care hidden costs and disempowerment The private sector often uses inaccurate and expensive TB diagnostic tests While inaccurate diagnosis can lead to increased infection and patient suffering escalating costs have a debilitating effect on families pushing them into a vicious cycle of poverty There also exist well-documented cases where private practitioners prescribe inappropriate drug regimens These practices can lead to incomplete or interrupted treatment contributing to the manmade problem of drug-resistant TB So how do we reduce TB in India and ultimately eliminate it TB control requires a comprehensive and multi-level approach We can begin by prioritising public awareness and addressing diagnosis and treatment in both public and private sectors Simultaneously we need to create an effective and workable relationship between the public and private sectors A platform that combines many of these are the government of India’s recently issued Standards of TB Care in India (STCI) The STCI has been developed by the Central TB Division and dovetails with World Health Organisation and International Standards for TB Care endorsed recommendations With more than 50 per cent of India’s TB patients seeking care in the private sector its engagement is vital for effective TB control It has the potential to bridge the gap between the government and private sector by converging them to a single algorithm for diagnosis and treatment Access to new and accurate diagnostics for TB should be rapidly expanded and provided for patients at reasonable prices (or free) while the use of poorly performing tests should be disallowed There are several WHO recommended diagnostic techniques such as GeneXpert and other indigenously manufactured kits that provide quick and accurate TB diagnosis and detect drug-resistance Early diagnosis is key to successful treatment and disease control Improving patient outcomes involves rationalising treatment regimens in the private sector and providing support for needy patients to help them complete the full course Shorter regimens currently being evaluated in research studies have the potential to lower default rates which will help prevent drug-resistant TB Perhaps the most critical aspect is a strong public information campaign that will increase awareness empower patients reduce stigma and help combat TB effectively Other key issues which require attention are infection control and nutrition Since TB is an air borne disease it spreads quickly in close densely knit spaces In the absence of ventilated housing providing patient families and communities with sufficient information on preventive strategies can help contain the infection Also the government needs to introduce a provision for nutritional supplements to all TB patients There is a well-established relationship between better nutrition and improved treatment outcomes Since the majority of TB patients belong to vulnerable sections of society a nutritional supplement or financial incentive (similar to Janani Suraksha Yojana) during the treatment would go a long way in reducing drop-outs and ensuring completion of therapy While we deal with the problem in the present it is critical to plan for the future The development of effective TB vaccines is vital Although the Bacillus Calmette-Guerin vaccine is administered to all newborns it is only effective for the first few years There is an urgent need to invest in research and development and focus on indigenous TB vaccines Public-private partnerships in research can go a long way in converting leads from academic laboratories into useful products India is considered a pioneer in TB prevention and control But substantial reductions can only be achieved if appropriate policies are followed effective clinical and public health management is ensured and strong political commitment guides the effort The writer is director at the National Institute of Researchin Tuberculosis in Chennaiand leads the researchprogramme on TB/HIV [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Rakhshanda Jalil | Published: April 20 2012 3:03 am Related News The progressives who marginalised him can now redress an old wrong Centenaries are useful occasions for reflection and understanding In the case of someone as contentious as Saadat Hasan Mantohis hundredth birth anniversaryon May 11offers an occasion to make amends Of coursethose who regard Manto as a writer of a certain sort of stories would do well to study his oeuvre to understand its range and complexity Butmore importantlythose forces and those writers blocs now diminished and depleted which marginalised and mocked Manto during his lifetime can redress an old wrong I am referring to the influential group of writers called the progressives, also plays for the Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League. We have arrested the landlord, But all that was in the past. and the controversial way in which it played out could have impacted the younger players in particular. even though, The substance, West Indies lose second wicket 1705 hrs IST: 5 overs gone and West Indies are 29/1 1700 hrs IST:?Brathwaite sends it over?

"The Pradesh Congress Committee has requested the High Command to form a disciplinary committee headed by a senior member to probe into the allegations, after her father and Congress leader Churchill Alemao quit the party to join Trinamool Congress.

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