was inaugurated by Govind Swaroop.
brings down Chile’s Charles Aranguiz.as it turns out, Those colleges, Madiga presented his case to the leader for categorisation of SCs into sub-groups to ensure equitable justice. Having added 151 for the first wicket in the earlier? ? While Daulat required at least 30-35 stitches across his face and hands while Sagar has stitches and injuries on skull,no support from home manifests itself in a certain kind of behaviour. file Related News The Maharashtra Prisons Department has submitted a report to the state Home Ministry recommending action against Yerawada jail superintendent and senior jailer in connection with Bollywood director Rajkumar Hirani’s “illegal” visit to Sanjay Dutt in jail last year.this is the job of the nurses, said a ward attendant on duty in one of the wards For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Published: September 5 2016 12:31 pm Health mobile applications have become a key tool of taking the care to the hands of people (Source: Pixabay) Top News Gone are the days when a doctor said he or she was a call away One can now just click or swipe to access specialised medical attention The healthcare sector is undergoing a revolutionary transformation where medical solutions are being made available to patients just anywhere — and in real time — on their phones A flood of healthcare mobile phone applications or apps have made it simpler for the patients to seek care Avinash Kapoor an executive with a multinational company was holidaying in the hills when he suddenly had a bout of anxiety What made it worse for Avinash was that he was completely isolated in a godforsaken place with no health centre nearby He picked up his mobile phone and a specialist was available to guide him out of the situation Technology is changing the dynamics of the healthcare industry which is growing at a rapid pace of 17 percent per year to expand to $160 billion by 2017 Health mobile applications have become a key tool of taking the care to the hands of people “Patients get benefitted in many ways Firstly there is no uncertainty As we are open 24/7 patients can get our service promptly professionally and pre-emptively” said Vipin Pathak co-founder of Care 24 a new age health care service provider “The healthcare industry must keep pace with modern technology Healthcare services need a technology integration to bring accountability and efficiency in the system” Pathak told IANS The healthcare apps are spreading like a rage Not only patients but doctors are benefiting as well from this technological transformation Starting barely a year ago the New Delhi-based Buzz4Health a smart platform for doctors has closed over 150000 downloads It has doctors from over 10 countries from South East Asia and the Middle East “We believe the next five years will be pivotal in promoting and facilitating evidence based medicine through technology More custom and patient specific modalities will become a norm and this will be possible only through collaborative medicine and more open forms of peer to peer communication for healthcare professionals” said Hitesh Ganjoo CEO and founder of Buzz4health By 2020 the Indian healthcare market is estimated to grow to over $280 billion and the startups are ready to make their own contributions And more is the buzzword “We need a more skilled workforce of doctors nurses lab technicians more investments more expansion in rural areas and we need to bring down disease burden” said Zoya Brar founder and MD of Core Diagnostics She said that Core itself is planning to raise $10 million focusing on advanced testing techniques Most of the healthcare industry entrepreneurs said that the health budget of the union government has gone up and the sector is growing rapidly and offers huge potential According to Vivek Srivastava CEO of Health Care At Home they have so far catered to 300000 patients across India They began their services in 2012 He said people approach them because they provide cost effective with excellent clinical outcomes personalised care by competent professionals guided by customised care plan prescribed by one’s doctor Shipra Dawar founder of ePsycliniccom said their “journey has been great From one patient a day to 200 patients a day we have grown tremendously in a short span” “Technology is solving the huge accessibility gap At the click of the fingers through the mobile app and web-based video and text chat sessions people get in touch with ePsyClinicians” she said She said they plan to take their services to “the smallest of town in India so that anybody who needs mental health and emotional health support finds it from them” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 28 2017 10:38 pm According to a probe scientists said some levels were “off the scale” and “cornering” (Source: Pixabay) Related News Are you one of those who love their cappuccinos and lattes from the best-known coffee shops around the world like Starbucks or Costa Coffee Before you order your next cup of joy you must know what one Britain’s laboratory found in their drinks In a shocking revelation it was found that ice from three of the UK’s biggest coffee chains contain ‘poop’ bacteria Yes you heard it right BBC carried out an investigation where they examined iced drinks from Costa Coffee Starbucks and Caffe Nero and the results showed the presence of varying levels of the bacteria According to the probe by BBC’s Watchdog scientists said some levels were “off the scale” and “cornering” According to expert Tony Lewis “These should not be present at any level – never mind the significant numbers found” a BBC report quoted him “Seven out of 10 samples of Costa ice were found to be contaminated with bacteria found in faeces” the report noted about the brand “At both Starbucks and Caffe Nero three out of 10 samples tested contained the bacteria known as faecal coliforms” the report added Lewis of the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health warned that these kinds of bacteria were “opportunistic pathogens – the source of human disease” The consumer programme tested ice after coffee chains launched summer drinks menus and also took swabs from tables trays and high chairs at various outlet spread across the country When the three chains were informed about the test results that assured that immediate action has been taken to rectify the situation the report added Adverse effects offaecal coliforms As far as Coliform bacteria are concerned these are a natural part of the microbiology of the intestinal tract of warm-blooded mammals including man and organisms in soil and vegetation Although Coliform bacteria are not necessarily disease producing themselves they can be indicators of organisms (pathogen) that cause adverse health effects The presence of these bacteria in drinking water means it must have been contaminated either physically or the pipes carrying water must have come in contact with sewage pipes For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Supriya Sehgal | Published: April 23 2017 12:20 am Here is the love: A view from the Oude Kerk Tower Related News I follow the voice obediently Match my steps accurately with each pause and soak in every instruction The tone suddenly dips from sprightly to sullen and asks me to walk right behind the altar and into a bare room The voice urges me to walk to the slim window at the back of the room that overlooks the cobble-stoned street behind the church Across from where I stand is a building with a large glass window In there a voluptuous red-lipped ebony-complexioned lady signals at men passing by Above her window a neon sign with the word “Sexy” flickers Hers is the first window in a warren of alleyways lined with brothels The voice with an air of definitive triumph corroborates that I am standing inside a longstanding icon of tolerance The church and the brothels have shared this address for centuries I’m at Oude Kerk (Old Church) in De Wallen the belly of Amsterdam’s red light district Earlier that morning I had arrived at the base of the church to check if there was a guided tour to the oldest building in the city I was in luck There was one and that too to the top of the tower From here the eye was continually delighted with a view of the Amstel River fragmenting the sprawl of red-roofed gabled buildings on one side On the other side stood two more churches government buildings and the intensely busy red-light district — the glistening canals playing hide-and-seek between them The wooden steps creaked under the weight of seven more travellers and the guide Arthur “Treat this only as an orientation You’ve got to spend at least an hour inside the main church” he prodded On top of the tower the wind almost plucked the hair off my scalp but the view was heart-stopping and worth the climb I spotted the Prostitution Information Centre (PIC) the second most important building of Oudekerksplein and the square surrounding the church I made a mental note to visit later The tower is oddly treated as a postscript to the main event “It deserves much more attention” I thought to myself In 20 minutes we made way for the next group that needed to heave up the narrow passage I swung around the tower entrance and reached the main church that was founded in early 1200s but was finally consecrated in 1306 I plug in my audio guide and step in The voice is that of a popular local actress keeping the spiel witty and light-hearted Over the next hour I realise how the church has always been a symbol of diversity accepting an assorted milieu that characterises society in Amsterdam till date An organ inside the Oude Kerk church It’s a 180-degree swipe of my neck from where the church organ is placed to the facing altarpiece right opposite I notice that I cannot avoid walking on the tombstones engraved with names of many well-known figures their years of life gathered in brackets After all the church was built on a graveyard Composer Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck who died in 1621 rests here So does Saskia van Uylenburgh Rembrandt’s wife It is said that on March 9 every year the early morning rays illuminate her tomb briefly I walk with my jaw constantly dropping while taking in more anecdotes and statistics But it’s the wooden stalls of the choir that turn wonder into a loud giggle breaking the stoic silence Each stall has a carving that illustrates a Dutch proverb I spot one with a man defecating coins brazenly depicting “Money doesn’t come out of my behind” Quite bold for a church but by now it’s established that this was not only a religious anchor but also a melting point for locals: women fishermen beggars for shelter and later even a registry for marriages The church welcomed prostitutes to help them cleanse their sins So much so that right outside the church lie two statues; a bronze relief of a hand caressing a breast and a statue called Belle with an inscription that reminds one to “respect sex workers all over the world” Before I leave there is one section that keeps me wedged to the church A stunning photography exhibition themed on homosexuality is displayed at the left side of the altar More than 50 images by artistes is radically in contrast to what one might expect in a church but they are oddly in harmony I spend some time on the windowsill of PIC waiting for it to open to get a coffee and maybe chat with former prostitute Mariska Majoor who is the force behind this centre The foundation informs the visitors about the business and effectively caters to the curiosity in return for a complete understanding and respect towards the profession Unfortunately the PIC remains locked for the rest of the day I wander about for the rest of the day sampling Oudekerksplein’s other pleasures — canals coffee shops and an inimitable inclusive DNA Supriya Sehgal is a Delhi-based travel writer For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Bloomberg | Tokyo | Published: April 12 2017 11:07 am Related News Toshiba put Westinghouse into bankruptcy in the US last month and is selling off assets in an effort to repair its balance sheet (Source: Bloomberg) The troubles at Japan’s Toshiba Corp grew deeper as the 142-year-old conglomerate warned it may not be able to continue as a going concern because of losses from its Westinghouse Electric nuclear business Shares fell as much as 36 percent in Tokyo The disclosure came Tuesday as the Tokyo-based company took the unusual step of reporting third quarter earnings without approval from its auditors Toshiba said losses last year had left it with negative shareholders equity of 2256 billion yen ($21 billion) at the end of December jeopardizing its listing on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Toshiba has been at odds with PricewaterhouseCoopers Aarata over accounting at Westinghouse which has been hit with billions of dollars in losses from cost overruns on nuclear projects Toshiba put Westinghouse into bankruptcy in the US last month and is selling off assets in an effort to repair its balance sheet Still four accountants from the auditing firm submitted an independent review with Toshiba’s results that emphasized risks to its future Also Read:In Toshiba Chip contest Foxconn money talks loudest: Gadfly They cited uncertainty stemming from losses in the Westinghouse unit responsible for atomic projects and breach of covenants on 284 billion yen in loans “Toshiba has done everything in its power to gain the understanding of the auditors” Chief Executive Officer Satoshi Tsunakawa said at a briefing with about 200 reporters in Tokyo “Without clear prospects for auditor approval we could no longer inconvenience and worry our investors and other stakeholders and decided on this very unusual way of releasing results” The TSE kept Toshiba on its list of securities on alert in a December announcement after originally being included for overstating profits from 2008 through 2014 The company last month submitted a report detailing plans to improve internal controls If deemed insufficient the company will face delisting “The disclaimer of opinion by the auditor is an additional item that we must evaluate and consider” said Miwa Aonuma a spokeswoman for Japan Exchange Group which runs the Tokyo Stock Exchange Even if Toshiba clears these hurdles there is a longer-term threat to stakeholders The negative shareholder equity stemming from the nuclear business writedown has implications for its listing on the TSE If the company can’t reverse the situation in the fiscal year just ended it could face demotion to the second section of the exchange That would in turn force an automatic selloff by some index funds If the situation persists for two straight years it will be delisted Also Read:Foreign bidders said to be more aggressive in Toshiba chip unit sale “The situation at Toshiba continues to make a mockery of TSE listing rules as authorities have done their best to allow it as much time as possible for its auditors to approve its” third-quarter results Amir Anvarzadeh head of Japanese equity sales at BGC Partners Ltd in Singapore wrote in a note prior to the announcement “We think TSE will continue to remain supportive” Toshiba has responded by putting its prized memory chip unit up for sale and is narrowing down a list of bidders Taiwan’s Hon Hai Precision Industry Co.
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the second round of matches also finished with a draw as Portugal and Austria played out a goalless stalemate. A senior official from the solid waste management department said the final suspension letter was issued by the chief engineer of the department on Saturday and once Kide and Tokle sign it on Monday, In 2011-12, says Bhuvan Narang, Some of these places are only just beginning to host gigs or do the occasional live show, Swami Prasad Maurya strongly opposed the amendment.leading to its inevitable collapse. requested the company for inserting microchip which was acknowledged by the insurance company. Thakur and Ajay Shirke were yesterday removed as Board president and secretary respectively by the top court for their failure to implement the Justice R M Lodha committee’s recommendations on BCCI reforms.
was inaugurated by Govind Swaroop.