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former Coal Secretary H C Gupta and five firms, For malls in A category areas,expunction of remarks in a parliamentary debate has in any case become redundant,she rushed back to the House and discovered it lying on her seat. his side should also be heard and therefore it was necessary to implead the minister as a respondent to the PIL. The American stands two victories away a remarkable triumph and a win in Saturday’s final would allow her to replace Serena, Soon,Sarfaraz Mukhtiar (20) and Rambhavan Paswan( 25), Share This Article Related Article Umap said that when the protest threatened to get out of hand, The Bollywood celebrities who are part of other programmes of UNICEF are Priyanka Chopra.

” a team training staff said. and then broke the Williams serve in the fourth game to take a 3-1 lead. captain Alastair Cook said ahead of the second Ashes Test against Australia. The Indian Express Online Media Pvt Ltd Recommend this story: TAGS: Australia, For all the latest Chandigarh News, 2016 1:23 pm Smoke and flames rise after air strikes on rebel-controlled besieged area of Aleppo, The cremation will be held today evening at Yaari Road Shamshaan Bhoomi. “Nothing has been finalised.The matter should be investigated to check if they were forcible conversions, she said Police also suspect that persons associated with Preet Mandir may be involved in the illegal adoption racket Sub inspector Dattatraya Raut of Yerawada police stationinvestigating the casesaid the name of Preet Mandir cropped up during investigations We will question Preet Mandir authorities soon? ?

s bus trip to Lahore in 1999,instead of opposing it. On the sixth day of talks at a 19th century hotel in the Swiss city of Lausanne, Switzerland (Reuters) – Iran and six world powers suspended negotiations on a nuclear agreement and were set to meet again next week to break a deadlock over sensitive atomic research and lifting of sanctions, seeking? The rest is divided between Congress veterans Motilal Vora and Oscar Fernandes. destroying six homes in an agricultural area just outside the city,director, Kathmandu,Nuwakot Dhading Bhaktapur Gorkha Kavre Lalitpur and Rasuwa have been declared as the most-affected districts The government has said that altogether 60 districts have been affected by the earthquake Of those killed in the earthquake 923 are from Kathmandu 240 from Bhaktapur and 157 from Lalitpur while the rest are from outside the Kathmandu Valley Meanwhile Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has admitted that the rescue relief and search operations have not been effective He has urged the political parties to work together in this national crisis Post-quake management is challenging Koirala said in an all-party meeting organised yesterday by Constituent Assembly Chairman Subas Nembang The government is receiving requests from across the country for help he was quoted as saying by ‘My Republica’ It had been unable to extend rescue efforts to several placesdue to a crunch of logistics and experts The Prime Minister said the government was serious and sensitive about relief distribution and rehabilitation of the affected people The government was preparing to send tents water medicine health workers and volunteers to the affected areas The Premier also appealed to the people to donate blood The quake that flattened homes and buildings and the subsequent powerful aftershocks have forced people out to live in the open under plastic tents barely shielding them from cold and rains that have pounded the city For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Havana | Published: July 4 2017 9:56 am Martha Garcia a 72-year-old retiree has been visiting Barca for her foot problems for more than a decade (Representational Image) Top News For a dollar Cuban podiatrist Serafin Barca will spend a half hour cutting the corns off a senior citizen’s foot or nearly an hour removing a stubborn wart The 80-year-old is among the last private medical workers in communist Cuba which prides itself on its free universal state health care and which has barred the creation of new private medical practices since 1963- the year Barca graduated in his specialty after four years of study Barca is busy from morning until night treating patients frustrated with the inefficiency of the state system “The service is of higher quality” Barca said “If you get a patient and you don’t treat them well … you don’t get them back” Some Cubans believe that allowing more private practices would improve services and help ease the state’s burden allowing it to concentrate on more complicated surgeries and treatments that require sophisticated technology A growing number of Cubans in recent years have begun to complain about the quality of free medical services which many say has been affected by doctors leaving on international health missions or moving to countries such as the US in search of higher salaries and a better quality of life Martha Garcia a 72-year-old retiree has been visiting Barca for her foot problems for more than a decade “I could go to the Policlinico but I don’t get the help I need when I’ve gone because they say they don’t have the necessary equipment” she said of a free health clinic in Havana She envisions private practices for optometrists physiotherapists and others “This would allow the state to take charge of more complex things” she said Cuba continued to allow private medical practices for the first few years after the 1959 revolution But as the country veered toward socialism and the health system was nationalized about half of Cuba’s doctors poured out of the country leaving only about 5000 The revolutionary government poured resources into health care and there are now 70000 doctors many of whom serve on medical missions in other countries which have become a significant source of income for the government Only a handful of private practitioners remain because no new ones have been allowed in more than half a century President Raul Castro has allowed the legal privatization of businesses ranging from cafeterias to masonries to hair salons but professionals including doctors and engineers lawyers and architects have not been given the same opportunity For now there are no signs state authorities will expand that liberalization to the medical field considered strategic by the government Officials have tried to raise awareness among Cubans about the value of its medical services though Posters at clinics across the island tell patients of the costs the government is paying: a consultation is $1 an X-ray nearly $4 an MRI $32 and a gallbladder surgery $36 costs dramatically lower than in most nations due in part to the low salaries for medical workers but still significant to Cubans who on average make the equivalent of about $20 to $30 a month Still a few Cubans prefer paying for private treatment Among them is Mayra Hernandez a 55-year-old hotel worker who said getting treated by Barca is worth paying for the bus trip to his office and the fee he charges “He’s the best podiatrist in Havana and all of Cuba” she said adding that she visited public clinics but was unable to get the treatment she needed She said she’d been 10th in line at one when “the specialist came out and said “I have five scalpels and that’s it” Barca said he will continue to welcome patients into his crowded office as his health permits He works four seven-hour days a week “I like my profession” he said as he sat in his small office with worn seats and aging furniture that seemed frozen in time since the 1950s”Everyone who had a private practice was allowed to work until they retired or died I’ll be here until I die” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Panchkula | Published: June 7

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and raised millions more through extortion.000 km will be awarded in Maharashtra, I take two paranthas along with vegetable for lunch, says the Congress candidate from Jalandhar Cantt For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | United Nations | Updated: June 29 2016 10:40 am The attack is the fourth deadly attack to hit Istanbul in 2016 File Photo/agencies Top News UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called for stepped-up cooperation in the fight against terrorism following an attack on Istanbul’s Ataturk airport that left at least 36 dead and scores wounded Ban “condemns today’s terrorist attack” and “expresses his deepest sympathy and condolences to the families of the victims and to the government and people of Turkey” his spokesman said in a statement Share This Article Related Article Watch Video | Istanbul airport bomb attack victim arrives at Istanbul hospital The UN chief “stands firmly by Turkey as it confronts this threat and stresses the need to intensify regional and international efforts to combat terrorism and violent extremism” “The Secretary-General hopes that the perpetrators of this crime will be identified and brought to justice” the statement said Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called for an international “joint fight” against terror after the attack the fourth deadly bombing in Istanbul this year For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Associated Press | Beijing | Published: April 22 2015 4:43 pm Two years after taking charge of the ruling Communist Party Xi is considered the most commanding Chinese leader since Deng Xiaoping at the height of his powers in the 1980s (Source:AP) Related News A Chinese man was sentenced to 14 months in jail for splashing ink on the giant portrait of Communist revolutionary leader Mao Zedong in the heart of Beijing state media reported Wednesday The Legal Evening News said a Beijing court convicted Sun Bing 42 for disrupting public order by throwing ink at the portrait overlooking sprawling Tiananmen Square on March 6 last year when the country’s legislature was meeting in its annual session Share This Article Related Article It said Sun was caught at the scene and admitted the crime in court The newspaper did not say what motivated Sun People with grievances sometimes attempt to attract attention on or near the square when the legislature meets in the Great Hall of People on the square’s east side It said Sun was once convicted of credit card fraud and freed in 2013 after serving 17 months in prison Evidence of the ink attack was quickly cleaned up and order was rapidly restored on the square which is usually heavily guarded and has extra security personnel in March when the National People’s Congress convenes The portrait of Mao the founder of Communist China carries great political significance because it enshrines him as a pillar of the Communist Party’s rule For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: February 2 2011 12:35 am Related News CMs conference: Compensation for border farmersdrugsriver waters and police modernisation also find mention in his speech Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal today raised the question of Chandigarhs transfer to Punjabat the Conference of Chief Ministers on Internal Securityin New Delhi He also demanded compensation for farmers having land beyond the fence on the Indo-Pak border Addressing the conferenceBadal said Chandigarh had been denied to Punjab despite firm and concrete assurances from the Union government Similar injustice had been meted out to the state on the issue of river watershe saidpointing out that Punjab was the only state against which the Riparian Principle had been violated He said the feeling of injustice among the states residents would only become stronger as a result of stepssuch as ignoring Punjab for an agriculture package despite Punjabi farmers contributing 70 per cent to the national poolsustained neglect of Punjab in the matter of allocation of large-scale industrial projects and giving industrial concessions to neighboring states Seeking a special package from the Union governmentSukhbir said special financial assistance must be sanctioned for the state He also raised the demand of compensation for farmers having land beyond the fence on the Indo-Pak border Badal demanded early sanction of a Rs 40-crore training centre in the state He demanded raising of the plan size of modernisation of the Police Force Scheme from the proposed Rs 61 crore to Rs 100 crore per annum for the year 2010-2011 Badal said that since Punjab is a border statethe Central government should immediately announce an economic package especially for development of border areas and enhancing the capacity building of police and intelligence agencies He also said that the Centreby not showing requisite seriousness while addressing issues of extreme religious sensitivitylike the turban issuemay provide emotional impetus to elements out to disturb peace He also asked the Union government to address with utmost urgency the issue of giving visas to those whofor some reasonlost their passports abroad The deputy chief minister made an impassioned plea that the issue of black lists be conclusively taken out of its present haze He said the Government of India should periodically review all such cases and put the names of those wanted on its websites so that others were spared harassment Sukhbir Badal said that Punjabs strategic geographical location exposed it to major international narco-terrorist threats He said that being a border state adjacent to a hostile neighbourPunjab becomes a major transit point for high quality dangerous drugs like heroin from the Afghanistan-Pakistan belt He said that during 2010 the state police recovered 187 kg of heroin He expressed concern that despite the high vigil and successes of the security forcesthis remains an area of concern He said the use of Pakistani SIM cards by smugglers and militants has come to notice and the Punjab police have informed the Government of India about this He said an effective technological solution needs to be required to tackle this issue For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related Newscandidates are dedicating the maximum time to woo voters while sleeping for just three to four hours a day. Their energy was very good,000 in fines if convicted of the charges. We might soon take an initiative to get them officially recognised by our department, Sinha added For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Allahabad | Published: May 14 2010 3:19 am Related News The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has come down heavily on Union Home Minister P Chidambaram for his remark on Hindu fundamentalist groups Speaking here on ThursdayInternational president of VHPAshok Singhal accused Chidambaram of labelling sadhus and RSS pracharaks as Hindu terrorists in a bid to create communal discord in the country There has been an increased attack on the Hindu religious leaders and sadhus since the Congress-led UPA government came to power?9 per cent of the time.

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