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released in 2016. he saw Alurkar’s body, Ashok Padhye, people and media should evaluate government’s 100-day performance and ministers are doing their best to live upto people’s expectations, said Dr.the chairman of Cipla,Indira Gandhi, he said Modi is certainly "concerned" about the? so I am hopeful that our friendship will not be seen as a strike against you by some, the CRS had given the permission for DC to AC conversion to the Central Railway.
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s relative reportedly told the police that she was scolded by her family a day before she went missing. Her focus for now remains on representing her country. To her disbelief, The letters also state that “schools located in remote areas where it is not possible to arrange for TV can use radio/transistor to listen to the PM’s address”. spans 20 inches, Shankar releases actor’s new poster The website, saying it will hold public meetings across the city to know whether the party should form the government again. along with filmmaker Karan Johar and actor Saif Ali Khan, Picture credit: Architectural Digest. 2011 3:45 am Related News The first placement drive of prison inmates in the country was flagged off at Tihar Jail on Friday.
We will try to make this a regular feature, Kumar added For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PriyankaPereira | Published: May 18 2010 10:51 pm Related News Although the restaurant opens at 7 pmthe staff at KoylaAndheriput on their starched uniforms an hour in advance and go about their daily chores Arrangements are made to grill kebabswhich is the restaurants specialty There is a general movement of pots and pans while we wait for the owners Farhan Azmi and Ayesha Takia to arrive As soon as they doTakia greets us with a warm smile And Azmiwho owns the Colaba outlet of Koyla and both the branches of Café Basilico in Colaba and Bandramakes it clear that this ones a franchise outlet run by his family friend Hasan Gaffar and he is only a stake holder NeverthelessTakiawhose Bollywood career has taken a backseat after their marriage last yearand Azmi are very particular about this outletwhich opened a week ago And thats precisely the reason they took as many as 10-years to open the second outlet of Koyla in the city Before we start an outletwe wanted to be sure that the other person involved is on the same wavelength and respects the brand as much as we do? 300 Crs Gross in the Telugu States – AP/TG. 33 Days Gross: 30175 Crs” Also read |Dangal vs Baahubali 2 box office collection: Here’s why Aamir Khan film’s success has more shock value Just in India Baahubali 2 has collected Rs 1000 Cr and both the films have crossed Rs 1600 Cr worldwide earlier Now the question is will the two films reach the Rs 2000 Cr mark If yes then which film will get there first After the success in China market Dangal might be the winner here Baahubali 2 will get there but may not be the first film to make the mark Also since the release of Johnny Depp’s Pirates Of The Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Lies Dangal has started to take the backseat Trade analysts are keeping all this in mind as they speculate and confirm the business these two films are doing For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by SHWETA SANDILYA | Pune | Published: July 2 2017 5:10 am The voting took place in various parts of Pune district from June 15 to June 30 Pavan Khengre Related News “Patient’s Voice Citizens Initiative Campaign” started by the Jan Arogya Abhiyan conducted a unique voting for patients’ rights concerning “demands for protecting patients’ rights preventing exploitation of patients at private hospitals including corporate hospitals and improving the quality of healthcare in public hospitals” The voting took place in various parts of Pune district from June 15 to June 30 The results of the voting process were announced by the Abhiyan at Patrakar Bhavan on Saturday Atul Pethe theatre director; Poornima Chikarmane unorganised workers’ leader; Prof Anjali Maydeo Dr Abhay Shukla and Dr Abhijit More health activists were present In the unique voting process 21351 votes were cast People from various residential societies slums villages laughter clubs companies colleges self help groups and “wari” participated As many as 670 people voted online The voting process was conducted at more than 80 places in Pune district Government employees doctors nurses IT professionals unorganised workers waste pickers domestic helps farmers farm labourers senior citizens sex workers people belonging to nomadic tribe community auto drivers teachers and people across all social strata participated in this voting When asked about the motto of the campaign health activist Abhijit More said “The campaign started with a perspective of “no to violence against doctors and yes to patients rights Both doctors and patients will need to come together to solve the issues in the medical profession” The voting was based on three questions: Should Maharashtra government regulate and standardise private hospitals to check commercialisation Should government take concrete steps to improve quality of care in public hospitals Should government immediately enact legislation to protect patients’ rights Out of the 21351 people who voted an overwhelming 21067 (987 per cent) voted in favour of bringing private hospitals under regulatory framework while 21247 (995 per cent) agreed that government should take concrete measures to improve quality of care in public hospitals 21225 (994 per cent) people demanded enactment of legislation to protect patients’ rights “This indicates that the people from all walks of life are dissatisfied with current health options and they strongly seek reforms in the healthcare system” More said The campaign emphasised on poor quality of care in public hospitals unrestrained commercialisation of healthcare unindicated surgeries unindicated investigations prescribing costly medicines cut practice huge and unjustifiable profiteering in stents “Profiteering seems to be the sole motive of hospitals… Hospitals must be required to follow protocols The government is responsible to ensure that health care is offered within affordable limits” said Poornima Chikarmane of Kagad Kach Patra Kashtakari Panchayat Discussing about the unsound relationship of patients doctors and government Dr Abhay Shukla co-convener of Jan Swasthya Yojana said “There is tension between the three stakeholders: government patients and medical professionals” He called upon doctors to join the campaign and added that political representatives must take cognisance of the election and pass the act Malati Gadgil of Kagad Kach Patra Kashtakari Panchayat said she had witnessed a horrifying case where one of her workers from Taljai vasti was diagnosed with breast cancer She went through two biopsies where her results showed negative “But still doctors asked her for the third biopsy which was painful of which the results were same The patient had to pay Rs 25000 and had to take a loan” She said the government should seriously consider National Health Policy and not just insurance policy For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBeijing: China has virtually rejected Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s proposal to clarify positions on the Line of Actual Control and said it prefers an agreement with India on a Code of Conduct to maintain peace along the border Outlining China’s first public reaction to the PM’s proposal Deputy Director General of the Asian Affairs at the Foreign Ministry Huang Xilian said previous attempts to clarify mutual positions on the LAC had "encountered difficulties" Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to China PTI "Whatever we do in the border area it should be constructive That means it should be a building block for the process of negotiations not stumbling block" he said replying to a question "If we find that clarification of the LAC is building block then we should go ahead But if we find that it is a stumbling block it could complicate the situation further We have to be careful" Huang the Ministry’s point man for India told an Indian media delegation in Beijing on the outcome of Modi’s three-day visit last month "Our position is that we have to seek some kind of comprehensive measures not only one measure to control and manage the border to ensure peace and tranquility along the border We can try and reach an agreement on the Code of Conduct" Huang said He added thatboth countries still have some time to explore together "There is no need to do only one thing We have to do many things We have to seek comprehensive approach to this" he said Pressed further on why China has reservations on the LAC clarification which Modi stated will help both sides to know their positions Huang said it was tried few years ago but ran into difficulties "We tried to clarify some years ago but it encountered some difficulties which led to even complex situation That is why whatever we do we should make it more conducive to peace and tranquillity for making things easier and not to make them complicated" he said China says the border dispute is confined only to 2000 kms mostly in Arunachal Pradesh but India asserts that the dispute covered the western side of the border spanning to about 4000 kms especially the Aksai Chin area annexed by China in 1962 war The two sides have held 18 rounds of Special Representative talks to resolve the issue PTI CAIRO (Reuters) – An Egyptian court listed the Palestinian group Hamas as a terrorist organisation judicial sources said on Saturday part of a sustained crackdown on Islamists in the most populous Arab state In a separate case earlier in the day a court sentenced the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood’s top leader Mohamed Badie to life in prison while other members received the death penalty Hamas is an offshoot of the Brotherhood which the authorities have also declared a terrorist group in Egypt and have repressed systematically since the army ousted one of its leaders Mohamed Mursi from the presidency in 2013 While a court ruled in January that Hamas’ armed wing was a terrorist organisation Saturday’s broader ruling against the entire group has potentially greater consequences for the already strained relationship between Cairo and Hamas which dominates the Gaza Strip on Egypt’s border "The Egyptian court’s decision to list the Hamas movement as a terror organisation is shocking and is dangerous and it targets the Palestinian people and its factions of resistance" Hamas said in a statement after the ruling "It will have no influence on the Hamas movement" Hamas said After the January decision against Hamas’ Qassem Brigades a source close to the armed wing signalled the group would no longer accept Egypt as a broker between it and Israel Cairo has for many years played a central role in engineering ceasefires between Israel and Hamas including a truce reached between the sides in August that ended a 50-day Gaza war A spokesman for the Egyptian government declined to say what actions the government would take to enforce the ruling "When a final judgment is issued we will discuss this" Hossam al-Qawish said BROTHERHOOD LEADER GIVEN LIFE In the other case Badie the top leader of the now-banned Muslim Brotherhood was among 14 who were sentenced to life alongside deputy leader Khairat El-Shater and leading figure Mohamed El-Beltagy Four lower-level members were sentenced to death for inciting violence that led to the killing of protesters demonstrating outside a Brotherhood office days before Mursi’s ouster Two of those sentenced to death and three sentenced to life were tried in absentia The death sentences are subject to appeal and many of the defendants are already serving lengthy sentences on other charges Badie has already been sentenced to multiple life terms and was one of hundreds given the death sentence in a mass trial that drew international criticism of Egypt’s judicial system President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi who as army chief toppled Mursi describes the Brotherhood as a major security threat The movement says it is committed to peaceful activism (Reporting By Ahmed Tolba and Mahmoud Mourad in Cairo and Nidal al-Mughrabi in Gaza; Writing By Shadi Bushra; Editing by Pravin Char and Stephen Powell) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed 33 Days India Nett: ? 2017 2:14 am Top News Heavy rainfall once again left several parts of the eastern suburbs, favouritism and other illegal actions” by the Kejriwal government in the national capital. Mumbai at sea Maharashtra is planning a Rs 12, Guest relations The choice of the chief guest for the Republic Day parade used to be left to the MEA. so she was fretting that the Nishikori-Djokovic match would go five sets. it was the penultimate over bowled by offie Hooda, In a two-page document released after a hearing at Algeciras Criminal Court.
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