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Confirming the development, to begin with, Nitish Kumar, I severely condemn it, the Working Committee also authorized the president and secretary to appoint an agency to search for candidates for the posts of CEO and CFO for the BCCI, and the infamous ones too,Angry Pawar,Going organic?IEJuly 20) This should be emulated in other parts of India and across the world In the United Statesorganic food is expensive but suffers from lax quality standards HoweverRoopnagar seems to have found a way to be eco-friendly while reducing the costs of growing wheatpaddy and other crops Velji B Ganatra Delaware For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: August 21 2017 2:16 am Bombay High Court (Express) Top News The Bombay High Court recently commuted the life sentence of a man accused of murder to a ten-year term The court while setting aside charges of murder added that the man should be charged for culpable homicide not amounting to murder as the crime had been committed in a “heat of passion” and there was no premeditation by the accused The accused had approached the high court against an order by the additional sessions judge Pune passed in 2014 convicting him of murder besides sentencing him to life imprisonment The high court has now commuted his sentence to ten years The incident took place on January 13 2013 in Pune There were several instances of altercation between the two men throughout the day Later that evening both got into a fight over the accused’s allegations of theft The accused then hit the deceased with a knife on his chest which eventually led to his death “There was no premeditation and there was no preparation to commit murder on the part of the accused The main incident of assault had taken place only because the deceased himself had followed the accused to his house…the fatal injury was the blow of knife given on the chest…it was the cause of death” said the court “The incident had taken place in the sudden fight in the heat of passion upon a sudden quarrel and since the scuffle was already going on we cannot record a finding that the accused had acted in a cruel or unusual manner We find that there was one serious blow which had caused the death of the deceased There was no attempt on the part of the accused to inflict more blows on other vital organs of the deceased” said Justice A A Sayed Holding that there is a strong possibility that the deceased himself could be the aggressor the court said it was inclined to give benefit of doubt to the accused For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsFile image of Pakistani Army Islamabad:Pakistan has closed the chapter of seeking F16 fighter jets from the US and will now opt for Jordan-owned F16 jets an official said on Monday Foreign Secretary Aizaz Chaudhry briefing the Senate Standing Committee on Defence and Foreign Policy said the US seemed to be satisfied with Pakistan’s decision Choudhry said that one of the reasons for strained relations with the US were Pakistan’s close ties with China “Pakistan cannot cooperate with the US on some issues” he said “One of these issues is its sovereignty” He added that strained relations with the US were nothing new for Pakistan Condemning the US policy of the war on terror he said the US "has spent 16 years fighting the war on terror If only it had given six years to the peace process things would have been different” By: Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: June 25 2017 4:25 am A source in the CBI said that Singh and Subhash allegedly demanded Rs 50 lakh from Surendra to be “lenient” in a case filed under Prevention of Money Laundering Act Related News THE Central Bureau of Investigation arrested former assistant director of Enforcement Directorate (ED) N B Singh on Friday evening in a bribery case Singh is alleged to have accepted Rs 4 lakh to help a man named Surendra Chaudhary who is also an accused in an alleged National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) scam case being investigated by the CBI Singh’s associate Subhash a local resident too was arrested A source in the CBI said that Singh and Subhash allegedly demanded Rs 50 lakh from Surendra to be “lenient” in a case filed under Prevention of Money Laundering Act Singh had also allegedly threatened Surendra of arrest and that his properties would be attached if he failed to pay Subhash was allegedly threatening Surendra on behalf of Singh the source added Surendra reported the matter to the CBI The CBI claimed to have laid a trap on Friday evening and arrested Singh red handed accepting the money from Surendra at a hotel in Gomti Nagar Subhash was also arrested from the same place Both have been booked on charges of Prevention of Corruption Act and conspiracy On Saturday Singh and Subhash were produced before a local court of Lucknow which sent them to judicial custody the CBI official said Singh who was posted at Lucknow office of ED was transferred last month to the Central Excise department as a superintendent but was yet to join his new posting “He was still going to the ED office We will find out why he was still going there despite his transfer” the CBI source said For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: June 17 2017 2:29 am Etawah sports officer Suman Kumar Lahri claimed the swimming pool coming up in Saifai Sports College would be the lone pool with international standards in the state (Photo for representational purpose) Top News The state sports department has decided to upgrade the under-construction international-level swimming pool in Saifai area of Etawah as a high excellency academy Speaking on the move state Sports and Youth welfare Minister Chetan Chauhan Friday said coaches of international standards would be appointed at the swimming pool construction for which was started by the Akhilesh Yadav government “Without any politics the state government will use all the assets the sports sector has” Chauhan added Etawah sports officer Suman Kumar Lahri claimed the swimming pool coming up in Saifai Sports College would be the lone pool with international standards in the state “This is an all-weather swimming pool coming up at a cost of Rs 207 crore” he said Speaking to mediapersons Chauhan said the state government has targeted the upgradation of sports facilities and coaching so athletes from the state win at least five gold medals in the Olympics Asian and Commonwealth games over next 10 years Chauhan said the state has not generated good players in the past 10 years due to the neglect of sports department and irregularities For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: February 27 2017 6:36 pm Taxi service provider Meru Top News Taxi service provider Meru on Monday slashed its radio taxi category fares to Rs 16 per km on all rides booked through its app in Delhi NCR The fares have come down from the existing government approved rates of Rs 23 per km for day time and Rs 2875 per km during night time rides The new fares available exclusively on Meru’s mobile app come with no surge price no ride time charge no base fare and no night time charge the company said in a statement “Keeping its promise of offering reliable taxi services at affordable prices Meru has introduced new prices to provide affordable rides for our esteemed customers in Delhi NCR” Meru CEO Nilesh Sangoi said The company is the only major player in the taxi service industry that does not apply surge price it added “By providing competitive prices in radio taxi services we aim to provide even more affordable travel options to our ever-growing customer base” Sangoi said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Tarun Khanna Ashish K Jha | Updated: November 17 2014 8:15 am For a nation of 12 billion India’s 12 prospective diagnostic labs are scarcely enough Related News With the ongoing spread of Ebola in West Africa it is becoming increasingly likely that the disease will make its way to India So what should India do to prepare The Union government has already taken several meaningful steps It has designated hospitals in major cities as Ebola management centres and formed rapid response teams in every state each of which will include physicians nurses and epidemiologists The state teams are being trained by the WHO and the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention and will disseminate their training to local first responders Also the government has put in place screening protocols at international airports established 24-hour Ebola helplines staffed by doctors and shortlisted the authorisation of 10 new Ebola-testing labs These are all important steps but they may not be enough Indeed if the disease were to arrive and begin to spread India would need a strategy that is bigger more aggressive and comprehensive than what it has now We propose three main areas where policymakers should concentrate additional effort: a stronger focus on diagnostics and therapeutics greater partnership with the private sector and a more aggressive approach to public communication Even if Ebola were not to arrive in India this would serve as a way to prepare for future similar medical threats The first potential weakness in the diagnosis and containment of Ebola is in the identification of potential cases Stopping an outbreak becomes substantially more difficult as diagnosis is delayed For a nation of 12 billion India’s 12 prospective diagnostic labs are scarcely enough The cost of the Ebola test is dropping and a diagnosis can now be made in hours The US Food and Drug Administration recently approved two new Ebola tests that require just two hours to make the diagnosis While some of these new testing systems are expensive having more of them in India will be worth it Further cheaper tests are coming soon and as they come on the market India should make additional efforts to ensure these tests become widely available If a patient arrives in Patna having the blood sample sent far away not only needlessly delays that patient’s diagnosis but also allows the disease to spread to others if she is not properly quarantined during that time If the disease burden in India increases beyond a few sporadic cases having diagnostic centres in every state and region will be critically important Beyond effective diagnostics India needs a plan for treating Ebola The current death rate for Ebola patients in West Africa is approximately 75 per cent In the US the death rate albeit among just nine patients is 11 per cent (the one patient who died had his diagnosis severely delayed and the treatment came too late) Why this difference While some of it is clearly about having better healthcare systems that can provide more comprehensive supportive treatment nearly every American patient received new experimental treatments many of which likely made a difference although we cannot be sure There are several antiviral drugs that appear to be active against Ebola and transfusions from Ebola survivors who have fully recovered and therefore whose blood is free of the virus but contains potentially therapeutic antibodies may be helping Will these treatments be available for Indians who might come down with Ebola We think they should be — and the Indian government needs a strategy now to work with manufacturers of these products should Ebola appear in India The current Indian government strategy focuses primarily on government hospitals to contain and manage the disease While this makes sense we believe it is not comprehensive and fails to take advantage of the strong private infrastructure that has developed across India in recent years There are dozens of modern well-funded private hospitals across India and not just in a few major cities The government should recruit those organisations willing to play a helpful role As the Central and state governments work on their strategy for centres of excellence and for the identification and management of Ebola ensuring that private hospitals play a role is critical They can bring resources expertise and capabilities to the table and can greatly increase the effectiveness of the national response to Ebola Specifically we would like to see at least in some cities private hospitals designated as Ebola centres for excellence (with the responsibility of taking care of any Ebola patient irrespective of the ability to pay) It is in the nation’s best interest for the government to subsidise this care as needed There have been important failures of communication in nearly every country that has so far confronted Ebola India can and should be different Learning from the mistakes of others India should focus its efforts on better education of the population and creating a sense of trust that will be critical should Ebola break out in the region While helplines are a good start they are not enough In Nigeria which is widely seen as a success story for controlling its Ebola outbreak effective widespread dissemination of information about the virus how it spreads and how the healthcare system can prevent and treat it was critical Nigeria was able to harness radio social media and text messaging to communicate information about the disease to the public The Nigerian government also led an aggressive campaign against the stigmatisation of Ebola patients and recruited volunteer groups to provide timely and factual updates to the Nigerian public We believe this strategy would work in India as well First it would show that the government is preparing for the disease and would help citizens to understand what their leaders are doing and why Second if and/ or when the disease strikes India having had a clear messaging campaign in the weeks prior will allow healthcare leaders to provide context for the outbreak and create greater trust in the response Finally a more effective and broader public health campaign around Ebola can allow healthcare leaders to build trust in the healthcare system as a whole This is critically important and not just for Ebola When people trust the healthcare system they are more likely to come in early before diseases spread widely more likely to be compliant with the treatments offered and more likely to encourage others in the community to engage with the system Increasing trust in the healthcare system will have enormous benefits for Ebola and for other ongoing and future disease outbreaks This is a pivotal moment for the Indian healthcare system The nation is undergoing substantial changes with greater privatisation and a new Central government dedicated to creating trust in public institutions At the same time the world is facing one of its greatest global health challenges in years a challenge that has so far spared India but may not for long In the face of that challenge Indian healthcare leaders must bolster the national response to Ebola Along the way they can achieve two more goals: first India can aspire to be a global model for how countries can tackle dangerous infectious diseases like Ebola and second it can create a framework for effective trusted healthcare delivery in the context of such infectious diseases that will reap dividends in the years to come Jha is KT Li Professor of International Health and Health Policy at the Harvard School of Public Health Khanna is Jorge Paulo Lemann Professor Harvard Business School and director South Asia Institute Harvard University US For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News Varun has attempted the acme of authenticity and a level of realism that none of his contemporaries can dream of. drinking at 4 am?
said his wife had complaint of stomachache around 3:30 in the morning on December 3.her neighbour, The prosecution also informed the court that the diplomatic office of Somalia had not replied to their correspondence for ascertaining the nationality of the accused and regarding the progress of the case and investigation.Issue a reminder to the embassy through the Minister of External Affairs, said Magistrate C Meshram All 28 accusedin the age group of 18 to 45were caught by the Indian Navy and the Coast Guard off Lakshadweep Islands on February 6 This was the second time they were produced before the court Unable to comprehend what was happening in the courtthe accused remained silent through the proceedings When asked if they had been assaulted or tortured in custodya mandatory question while sending accused to police custodythe men remained wide-eyed and did not reply The last time the pirates were produced before the courtthe police had been asked to verify the age of seven accused as they appeared under 18 The police claimed to have not proceeded on it due to delay in communication from the embassy Defence lawyer R N Selhiwho is appearing for all the accusedargued they were fishermen and had been falsely implicated He also moved a bail application for the accused For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Shimla | Published: January 17 2011 12:18 am Related News A day after the first significant snowfall of the yearthe city woke up to temperature below freezing pointfrozen water pipesslippery roads and stranded vehicles The minimum temperature in Shimla at 530 am on Sunday was minus 33 degrees Celsius Even with bright sunshine in the later part of the day and accompanying icy cold windsthe maximum temperature remained at 6 degrees Celsius Other parts of the state also continued to reel under the intense cold wave and many towns in lower areas also recorded temperatures below zero degrees Sundernagar recorded minus 1 degreeKalpa in Kinnaur minus 9 degreesDharamsala minus 02 degreeSolan 05 degreeKeylong minus 127 Nahan 24 and Palampur 2 degrees Celsius Dharamsala in Kangra district also received snowfall after a gap of 15 years Roads that were blocked due to heavy snowfall in many parts of the state on Saturdayremained closed for traffic on Sunday too Road connectivity to upper reaches of Shimla and Kinnaur districts was also disrupted In Shimlawith slippery road conditionsprivate bus operators preferred to keep off the road and commuters faced difficulty in reaching their destinations Only a few state-run HRTC buses were seen on the circular cart roadbarring the stretch between Victory Tunnel-Lakkar Bazaar-Sanjauli Due to a thick layer of frost on the roadlight vehicles remained stranded at many places In many parts of townwater pipes also froze and water supply was normalised during the second half of the day Daily supplies of milkbread and poultry reached Shimla only by 12 noon Upper reaches of Shimla could not get the supplies as the roads were blocked For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News 34, 7.As Delhi prepares to apply for Heritage City status from UNESCO such events will help in showcasing and celebrating the intangible heritage of the city, said GG SaxenaManaging DirectorDelhi Tourism For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Lahore | Published: July 16 2016 8:29 pm Hafiz Saeed talks old Kashmir dispute(AP Photo) Top News LeT chief Hafiz Saeed on Saturday demanded Pakistan government to immediately suspend foreign and trade relations with India in the wake of killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani “We don’t need potato and onion trade with India” he told a press conference at JuD headquarters in Chauburji in Pakistan Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news “Pakistan should call its ambassador back from India and expel its from Islamabad” the Lashkar-e-Taiba founder said claiming Pakistan is an advocate of Kashmiris and this gesture will give Kashmiris a boost Saeed on whose head the US has put a bounty of USD 10 million also said “screening of Indian movies in Pakistan should be banned forthwith as these are hurting the sentiments of people of Pakistan in the wake of killings in Kashmir” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: August 7 2010 2:39 am Related News Academic activities at Rabindra Bharati University were disrupted for a second consecutive day on Friday due to students unrest on the campus The trouble started on Thursday when a girl studying in BA (Hons) second year alleged that she had been molested by a fellow student A police complaint was registered with Sinthi Police Station but the incident has assumed political colours The girl is reportedly a Trinamool Congress Chhatra Parishad (TMCP) supporter while the accused is a Students Federation of India (SFI) leader On Thursday night TMCP supporters gheraoed the vice-chancellor and local police officialsdemanding action against the accused student leader Due to the student unrestacademic activities at the university were disturbed on Friday I did not go to the university during the day but came to know that form-filling and examinations were also disrupted?3, For all the latest World News, The most engrossing match of the day was between PSPB?