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This matter was brought to light by Pendu Mazdoor Union (PMU). The Force India car was spun across the Dutchman’s bows and hard into the pit wall. The duo welcomed their first son Riaan on November 25, Haseen’s wife had learnt sewing there. “There is no one by the name Sandeep Malik at Lajpat Nagar police station. The circular demands that despite receiving a green signal from other administrative agencies, has rejected the opposition charge that he has bowed down to MNS’ pressure.5-kosi parikrama?the party Saturday said it will start another ? The Express Tribune reported.

It has been held that Harnotia and Nagar are not public servants. Amarinder did not come for his party’s first ever political conference on the sacred occasion of Baisakhi while Badal Sahib (former CM) had never missed it. has been lodged at Talwara police station against Abhishek Kaushal and 499 others, It will be a relief for them, "The enemy has a nefarious design that the school buildings are destroyed and children have nothing to study and ultimately abandon their studies, and the music hall jauntiness of ? For all the latest Pune News, I’m home. #Mumbai — PRIYANKA (@priyankachopra) December 20 2015 The former Miss World made her debut in the foreign TV fiction space with ABC action-thriller series “Quantico” only earlier this year She won praise for it and received global visibility There is something so lovely about coming back home and to be touched by angels: Priyanka Meanwhile back home she’s being seen on silver screen in Sanjay leela Bhansali’s historical drama “Bajirao Mastani” which has been lauded by film critics and fans Also read:Weekend Box office collections: Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Dilwale’ beats Ranveer Deepika’s ‘Bajirao Mastani’ “Bajirao Mastani” unfolds an historical chapter on the silver screen by revisiting the love saga of Maratha Peshwa Bajirao I which is played by actor Ranveer Singh and his second wife Mastani essayed by actress Deepika Padukone Priyanka is seen playing the role of Bajirao’s first wife Kashibai For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Jagdeep Singh Deep | Chandigarh | Published: November 24 2015 3:12 am Related News WHILE MYSTERY continues to shroud the murder of corporate lawyer Sukhmanpreet Singh aka Sippy Sidhu his family has taken the social media route to target the Punjab and Haryana High Court judge and her daughter It has been over two months since Sippy was shot dead in a park in Sector 27 on September 20 The Chandigarh Police has not been able to solve the case They have questioned the judge’s daughter twice so far Share This Article Related Article Sippy’s family has created a Facebook page on which they are continuously posting pictures of the judge and her daughter The post alleging the involvement of the judge’s family has registered more than one lakh views in two days Sippy’s younger brother Jippy Sidhu who has uploaded these pictures told Chandigarh Newsline “We want Chandigarh Police to act quickly and solve the mystery of my brother’s murder If we fail to get justice we shall explore other options” Jippy said he had met senior officers of the UT Administration on Sunday and sought permission for a candlelight permission “We shall carry out a candlelight procession in Chandigarh on December 13 while Sippy’s friends will carry out processions in America Canada New Zeland Australia and England on the same day” Jippy said The police however refused to divulge details of the investigation “The family can allege and they can name anybody but we are investigating the matter The investigation is going on in the positive direction from day one The case will be solved soon” said an investigating police officer For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Adil Akhzer | Chandigarh | Updated: May 9 2016 10:20 am A poster made by students to raise awareness about organ donation on display at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research in Chandigarh (Source: Express Archive) Related News A SYMPOSIUM in 2009 at Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) Chandigarh to promote organ donation gave a major fillip to the process at the institute In the past seven years the number has increased However there is still a waiting list of 9063 patients who are awaiting organs Since organ transplant started in 1995 more than 6800 organ transplants have taken place Of these the organ that has been transplanted most: Eyes While eye transplant started in 1995 the data available from 2003 shows that 4000 eye donations took place Double that number — 8000 patients — are awaiting eye transplant The institute has performed 2775 kidney transplants since 1995 There is a waiting list of 1000 A total of 19 patients have undergone liver transplant since 2010 two have undergone heart transplant since 2013 and six have undergone pancreas transplant since 2014 “Earlier one or two cases were performed and rate was low The reason for low numbers was because then there was no focus and no direction” said Dr Ashish Sharma additional professor department of renal transplant surgery PGI The 2009 symposium was a turning point for the hospital After Prof Yogesh Chawla was appointed PGI director in 2011 the programme got a further boost “He (Chawla) appointed transplant coordinators which changed things a lot Earlier we used to have a part-time counsellor and that was not working out Later we started doing five-six transplants In one year it reached 10 That was a maximum we could achieve Then in the first half of 2014 we were doing fine and managing 5-6 donations” Dr Sharma said In 2014 doctors retrieved organs from a cardiac death – the first time this was done in the country “There was a brain-dead patient and everything was ready to retrieve organs from him During the process we were informed that the patient had a cardiac arrest As there is a different protocol for cardiac deaths donation we started the process and organs were retrieved” said Dr Sharma The family members of the recipients were waiting for the kidneys from the donor a brain-dead patient “One of the recipients refused and the second courageous one agreed and till date he has an excellent kidney function It gave an impetus if we don’t have brain death we can do [organ donations] in cases of cardiac death” he said In July last year three transplants took place and then a target was set to do two transplants a month PGI is now getting contribution from the city-based private hospitals Doctors said in the past few years these hospitals sent five patients to PGI who were potential organ donors and brain-dead The lack of awareness among people causes impediments for the doctors “The best way to have an option to pledge for organ donation on driving licences because the number of roadside accidents is high” said Dr R K Dhiman professor department of hepatology PGI He believes that celebrities can help in creating awareness because they have a huge fan following “The anti-polio campaign involving Amitabh Bachchan was successful and even Prime Minister Modi talking about it (organ donation) on his radio programme Mann Ki Baat it changed things a lot More people have started talking about the organ donation” he said The PGI doctors in a bid to create awareness now plans to target children and religious sects which can play a role in the cause “Children and the religious sects could help” said Dr Dhiman “We have plans to approach the education ministry that the topic of organ donation should be added in school textbooks” he said On several occasions when PGI fails to get the recipients in the city for the organs retrieved from brain-dead patients they transport the organs to hospitals in New Delhi And for that green corridors are created in the city so that organs could be sent to Delhi This year alone with the help of the Chandigarh police three green corridors were created While on two occasions the organs were airlifted to Delhi a green corridor was created last month from GMCH Sector 32 to shift a brain-dead patient to PGI Target: Lung transplant Chandigarh city has seen maximum number of organ donations — in terms of its total population “Donation is measured in population and Chandigarh is a small town It comes to 24 per cent and if we compare with other cities in the country we are on the top The potential to do more is there” said Dr Sharma The PGI has not been able to do any lung transplant so far — the next target for the Institute “We are focusing on lung transplant We have five waiting patients for that” added Dr Sharma Dr Vipin Kaushal additional professor department of hospital administration said PGI is looking to get the tissues donated from the cardiac and brain-death patients at the institute in the future “For skin and other body tissues a bio-material bank is being set up in the institute which may take some time” he said” The body tissues would be preserved [in the bio-material bank] It would be then used in therapeutic and research purpose” Myths and misconceptions Giving a tough time to the PGI doctors are several myths and misconceptionst among the public “You have to be lucky enough that you could become an organ donor If you pledge organs it doesn’t mean that you can really donate organs You need to have brain-death which is rare” explains Dr Rajesh Chabra from the department of neurosurgery PGI “Brain death is death and it doesn’t mean that the patient is sick or is in coma There is no chance of revival in brain death cases” said Dr Chabra “We are keeping the brain death patients on ventilators to keep the organs alive” Cornea donation Other than the PGI’s organ donation the cornea transplant is also taking a lead For the year 2015-2016 according to PGI figures the eye bank collected 546 eyes in which 396 eyes were utilised Dr Amit Gupta additional professor Advanced Eye Centre PGI says “We have a eye bank and 70 per cent of donations are coming through the eye bank 30 per cent of corneas are coming from voluntary donations” Explaining the PGI’s Hospital Cornea retrieval programme he said that as soon any death is reported it is informed to the eye bank He said that in only two-three per cent of all the deaths which occur in PGI the relatives donate the corneas “We need to increase the responsiveness of people towards the eye donation The most important reason is that the time for the family is stressful for the family” adds Dr Gupta Facility lacking at GMCH Government Medical College and Hospital Sector 32 does not have the facility for performing transplants The brain-dead patients are sent to PGI GMCH authorities are aiming to become the State Organ and Tissue Transplant Organisation (Sotto) which will work under the Regional Organ & Tissue Transplant Organisation (Rotto) “We have shown our wish that we want to set up this centre at the hospital” said Dr A K Janmeja Medical Superintendent GMCH Dr Janmeja added that before setting up Sotto Chandigarh has to adopt the transplant act For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Published: July 11 2017 12:35 pm The inspiration for the the robot waiters came from robotic restaurants in China (Source: AJ+/Facebook) Top News If you thought Japan and China are the only countries were restaurants have robot servers then you have another think coming This unique concept has made its way to the culinary landscape of our neighbouring nation of Pakistan as well A pizzeria in Multan which has a slew of robots as its servers has just become the latest dining hot spot The concept is the brainchild of 23-year-old electric engineering graduate Usama Aziz who studied in Islamabad created these robots for his semester project He got the idea from hearing about robotic restaurants in China which led to Pizzacom The base of these unique servers is made of metal as it needs to balance the whole body During the test they had problems in balancing the robots as they need to be able to handle around 5kg of food weight They also had some initial problems getting the servers to the correct table But now most of the kinks have been resolved Watch the video here: This is the first robot to work on a commercial scale in the country Over the metal skeleton base the body is manufactured from fibreglass and all the other electronics and modules have been sourced locally The concept restaurant has become quite a hit with people coming in by the droves Kids and diners love to take photos with the robots as well as the owners Aziz told AJ+ For now the creator is focusing on sorting out the various kinks in the programming after which he intends to improve on the look and feel of the robots Well now if only India got it’s own robot restaurant soon it would be SO cool For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBhubaneswar:BJP president Amit Shah on Tuesday hailed the warriors of Paika rebellion in Odisha who fought the British as he launched the party’s grassroots connect drive in Ganjam district home turf of Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik File image of Amit Shah News18 On his way to Hugulapata area in Ganjam Shah had a brief halt at Khordha and paid floral tributes to the fighters of Paika Rebellion of 1817 "When the East India Company started tinkering with the revenue system in 1803 the farming community of Odisha rose in rebellion" the BJP president said in a Twitter post "The great Paika Rebellion in 1817 was led by Bakshi Jagabandhu Paika Bakshi projecting Lord Jagannath as the symbol of Odia unity" he tweeted As he launched the party’s grassroots connect exercise ‘Mo Booth Sabuthu Majboot’ the BJP chief was accorded rousing receptions at a number of places during his journey from Bhubaneswar to Ganjam the home district of Naveen Patnaik who is also the president of ruling Biju Janata Dal (BJD) in the state Shah was accompanied by senior BJP leaders like Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan and state party president Basant Panda Shah’s three-day Odisha visit is aimed at expanding the party’s base in the state ahead of the 2019 elections He is scheduled to visit Jajpur district on Wednesday to attend mass connect programmes On 6 July he is slated to attend similar programmes in Khurda district He is also slated to meet senior party leaders and hold a discussion on strategies to be adopted to further widen its base in Odisha during his visit where Assembly elections are due in 2019 together with the Lok Sabha polls Shah’s visit is part of BJP s strategy to strengthen the party in the state Buoyed by its impressive performance in the panchayat elections in the state in February this year BJP gearing up to strengthen the party in Odisha Written by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: January 4 2010 1:15 pm Related News Soha Ali Khan shared the screen space with veteran Sharmila Tagore for the first time in ‘Life Goes On’ But the actress insists that facing the camera with her mother was a daunting task because she is a perfectionist Sohawho plays Sharmila’s daughter in the Sangeeta Datta’s crossover film says that she had a scary experience working with her mother “My mother is a perfectionistbe it in terms of performance or the clothes I wear It was a terrifying experience working with her since she knows me inside out” Soha said on the sidelines of the Pravasi Film Festival here The 31-year-old actress has been acting in Bollywood as well as regional films ever since her debut in 2004but this was the first time that the audience saw her and Sharmila in the same frame “This film is very personal to me People have been approaching with scripts to cast me and amma togetherbut this was one film I wanted to do desperately I am glad I got a chance to work in this film which alongside her” said Sohawho considers Sharmila as her icon In ‘Life Goes On’ Sharmila plays a Bengali wife and mother living in the UK Soha plays her youngest daughter in the film which also stars veteran actors Girish Karnad and Om Puri Although she has worked in two Bengali films and is in talks to star in a thirdSoha cannot speak the language as fluently as her motherwho hails from the state “I am a disgrace to my maternal side as I cannot speak Bengalibut I am working on it” she said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Surjit S Bhalla | Published: July 18 2012 12:27 am Related News After its big 2009 victorythe Congress perfected the more populism-less growth formula It is not a coincidence that it has lost nearly every election since Indian elections are always intriguingand sometimeseven after the factrevealing The two recent general electionsin May 2004 and May 2009confounded experts and politicians alike The 2004 election was widely expected to be won by the BJP-led NDAand the May 2009 election was expected to be a mirror image of the close 2004 election As we now knowthe Congress won only 145 seats in 2004a number close to what it obtained in the 1996 and 1998 elections In 2009the Congress was not expected to do much better; but it didwinning 206 seatsa number within striking distance of PV Narasimha Raos 244 seats in 1991 So what caused these surprises Speculation abounds that the NDA delivered stable aggregate growth during its tenurebut failed to deliver on the inclusion front The Congresss aam aadmi (poor ordinary man)it is widely believedtrumped the BJPs India Shining (crony capitalismgrowth only for the richetc) It is widely believed by Congresswallahs that it was the redistributive nature of the high growth during 2004 to 2009 that led the Congress to the resounding victory in 2009 They fulfilled their promise to the aam aadmi and were handsomely rewarded Nothing succeeds like political success and so the Congress embarked on a kind of populism that would embarrass even Hugo Chavez of Venezuela This populismit was believed until perhaps only a few months agowould propel the Congress to better Raos triumphant 244 seatsand who knowsperhaps even achieve the simple majority of 273 seats The future is not knownbut the past is How accurate is the Congress belief that they (UPA 1) provided significantly more inclusion than the NDA it defeated in 2004 What we do know is that per capita GDP growth was the highesteverduring 2004-09 Could it not be that the aam aurat rewarded the Congress in 2009 for delivering high growth rather than assumed populism One cannotand one should notdefine inclusion independent of the level of growth If a poor persons income rises by 1 per cent per annum (ppa)and non-poor growth is 05 ppathe process is very inclusiveand is so in the same sense as shared misery Contrast that with a poor persons income rising by 3 ppa and non-poor incomes rising by 4 ppa In this instancethere is lower inclusion but higher welfare gains for the poorat least according to myhow shall we put itideological bias This argumentative Indian debate can go onand unfortunately it does But to understand economic and electoral outcomesI believeone needs to analyse both welfare in the aggregate sense (as in the example above) and inclusion in the narrow sense The latter I defined in my earlier article? tweeted on Monday (December 21). 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