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BJP knows that it cannot defeat Congress on policies, You guys ready? 2014 9:16 am The singer, Dangal has the highest Sunday collection too for any Hindi film ever.03 crore on Saturday,s loose returns for winners.never looked the underdog and snatched an easy win for one of his most significant victories.s grievance committee in its hearing in 2009 recommended that the college should promote Toraskar to the post of superintendent and thereafter to the post of registrar immediately,while the international artists include performance and installation artist Noriko Yamaguchi from Japan,com/Y9jl18ChLY — ANI (@ANI_news) September 28.

Supreme Court’s fresh direction, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Priyanka Sharma | Mumbai | Published: April 25, “No Country for Old Men”,is a top priority.traumatised by what they saw. but I don’t want homemakers belittled either. After wrapping up his engagements in Mumbai,convoy on an expressway to Kolkata in December last year.It was not allowed to go even when the patient’s kin pleaded with folded hands stated this report From the recent events it would appear that some public figures ironically care the least for public convenience With inputs from PTI New Delhi: Pulling no punches in her attack against BJP for allegedly pursuing "political vendetta"against TMC West Bengal Chief Minister on Thursday charged that CBI was being used as a "political tool" by the NDA government and was functioning as "a department of the PMO" "We are the only party fighting a battle against BJP who are trying to bulldoze TMC That (arrest of WB transport minister Madan Mitra) is political vendetta BJP. are jealous of us (but) democracy cannot be bulldozed or imposed Mamata Banerjee AFP "The attitude which is displayed (by BJP) is dictatorialTMC will not bow down before anyone except the people of the country This is a political fight and it will fight (it) politically and democratically You cannot stop our voice" Banerjee told reporters outside Parliament Banerjee maintained that her party had no role to play in the Saradha chit fund scam since it had not taken place under her government She said there are many cases pending with CBI in which there has not been any outcome "It (CBI) is not an autonomous body but a department of the PMO If the CBI is important then it should act in public interest Rabindranath Tagore who won the first Nobel prize in India. his Nobel medal was stolen even that has not been found Has CBI closed the case "In the Gyaneshwari accident case (of 2010) around 200 people were killed As the (then) railway minister I had initiated a CBI inquiry but nothing happened In Singur the Rizwanur Rehman case in Nandigram in Netai. nothing has happened So is the CBI a tool of the government "If you ask me the role of CBI (it is) A-political vendetta B-political-vendetta C-political vendetta" she said As she sought to defend Mitra who was recently arrested by CBI in connection with the Saradha scam Banerjee said TMC is the only party that has no role to play in any scam "If you talk of about our MP (Kunal Ghosh) who was arrested we gave nominations to three-four journalists as there was no representation from the media They were not related to our party TMC has no connection with any scam Those who talk about scams should see that charity begins at home (sic) "Saradha (scam) did not take place during our government From 2001-2006 it happened during the Left Front government And not only in Bengal but in Kerala Tripura Assam Odisha Chit fund is not illegal but in the name of chit fund cheating people is an illegal thing" she said The West Bengal Chief Minister said that her government had formed a judicial commission after the Saradha scam and disbursed over Rs 250 crore to those who had lost their money in the Ponzi scheme "But those who act with transparency are called robbers and those who steal become the leaders of the country" she charged as she cited a Bengali saying that "the thief’s mother makes the loudest accusations" "Those who cheated are very much happy with BJP now and those were cheated are being arrested The haves are getting justice and the have nots who raised their voice are being arrested" Banerjee said adding that she would not run away and the "people of Bengal will drive them (BJP) away" She said the chit funds come under the jurisdiction of the Centre and under the purview of company affairs SEBI and the Reserve Bank of India There is no law for state governments to look into their affairs "We raised this issue We passed a law in (West Bengal) Assembly that our state has not been empowered to seize the property in such cases and return the money to the government "We sent the law to the government (for Presidential assent) Two months have passed they have said more amendments are needed and sent it back We again passed it in the Assembly and sent it to the Governor But there has been no response" Banerjee said Banerjee is in Delhi to meet the President following the recent surgery on him Asked whether she would meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi Banerjee said she had "no appointment" with him "I am here to meet the Honourable President who is unwell" she said Asked about any meetings lined up with leaders of other political parties she said "I will be happy to meet others I don’t think any political party is untouchable" Banerjee also made a jibe at the government in the context of the row over reports that schools were asked to stay open on Christmas to mark ‘Good Governance Day’ "They want kids to celebrate e-governance first you (the government) undertake e-governance and then ask kids They are already very smart" she said PTI By: Express News Service | Updated: July 13 2015 12:56 am At every turn structural and systemic deficiencies derail both access to and the quality of healthcare especially for the poorest citizens those most vulnerable to health shocks (Express Graphic by Pradeep Yadav) Related News Doctors — or more broadly medical practitioners — are the most important cogs in any health delivery system They diagnose the sick devise a course of treatment and follow it through the lead problem-solvers as it were As a series in this newspaper has shown however doctors particularly in the public health system are overworked and forced to cope with high-pressure situations for long stretches of time Resident doctors work inhumanly long shifts — 36-48 hours — and unsurprisingly make more mistakes with fatigue-induced lapses in concentration contributing to more serious errors while dispensing care and accidents that might cause harm to themselves Despite the risks there is little discussion within the Medical Council of India the autonomous regulator which oversees medical education and practice on the need to reduce shift hours for junior doctors in public hospitals Of course public hospitals are structured in a way that very long workdays are only one aspect that affects the quality of care health workers are able to provide Scarcity defines healthcare in government-run or -aided hospitals whether of medical and paramedical personnel equipment beds or money For instance according to the National Health Profile 2013 India’s doctor to population ratio (including Ayush professionals) is one per 1200 people — well below the World Health Organisation-recommended one per 1000 India also has the dubious distinction of providing fewer beds per 1000 people than Equatorial Guinea Gabon and Kenya Hospitals report shortages of basic equipment like surgical gloves syringes saline drips sutures and even cotton gauze callously asking patients and their families to source their requirements themselves instead At every turn structural and systemic deficiencies derail both access to and the quality of healthcare especially for the poorest citizens those most vulnerable to health shocks Often it isn’t a lack of funds but a corrupt tender process that is responsible for a lack of equipment halting regular acquisition until rents are collected With shambolic administration and little oversight this state of affairs is allowed to continue The MCI too is to blame It has routinely scotched attempts to devise alternative learning programmes that could address the demand for medical professionals ostensibly to protect the quality of training and healthcare creating an artificial scarcity The expansion of private medical training facilities on the other hand overseen by the MCI has been badly regulated Standards are lax and many of these institutions have grossly inadequate facilities an acute shortage of faculty and poor-quality training producing health workers who are both overburdened and incompetent For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: September 7 2017 10:59 am Liverpool moved into the Champions League for the first time in three years after beating Hoffenheim in the play-off (Source: Reuters) Top News Liverpool could hardly be in higher spirits as they set out on the short trip to Manchester City on Saturday hoping to make a strong case for their Premier League title prospects Pep Guardiola’s City and neighbours Manchester United together with champions Chelsea have already been installed as the trio most likely to contest the title but optimism is surging on Merseyside after a free-scoring August A 4-0 thrashing of a compliant Arsenal side before the international break means Juergen Klopp’s side have seven points from nine during an opening period in which they also safely negotiated a Champions League playoff against Hoffenheim What is more Liverpool’s transfer window business has been hailed as some of the best amongst the leading clubs Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah was rated by number-crunchers at the CIES Football Observatory as the bargain of the summer after arriving in a deal worth a reported 36 million pounds ($4701 million) from Roma and a goal on his debut plus strikes against Hoffenheim and Arsenal have quickly endeared him to Anfield’s faithful The deadline-day signing from Arsenal of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain — a player Klopp believes can become a Liverpool great — adds more firepower to an attack already boasting Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino and which will soon be further boosted by the return from injury of Adam Lallana The rising stock of midfielder Jordan Henderson who has captained England twice in the past week and a superb goal for teenager Ben Woodburn on his Wales debut means the continued uncertainty surrounding Phillipe Coutinho and his desire to join Barcelona is a manageable distraction No wonder pundits are taking Liverpool seriously “I didn’t fancy Liverpool before the season started but they’ve made some decent buys and kept Coutinho which is a boost for them” former Manchester United great Ryan Giggs conceded this week “After the business they’ve done I’ve probably changed my mind and they will be in the mix” ARSENAL DEMOLITION Liverpool have a strong recent record against City — winning four of the last six league clashes between the sides — and last lost to them in the league three years ago Last season Klopp’s side took 20 points from their matches against Chelsea Tottenham Hotspur City United and Arsenal — more than any other club — and the recent demolition of Arsenal maintained their form against the big clubs City who also have seven points have match-winners everywhere though even if they will be without former Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling who was sent off for over-celebrating a last-gasp winner against Bournemouth last time out While Sterling’s absence will be a blow Guardiola’s options are so numerous that Sergio Aguero was only a substitute against Bournemouth and he is likely to return Defensive worries remain despite a huge summer outlay and 50-million-pound right back Kyle Walker will return from suspension with the unenviable task of trying to stop the rampaging runs of Mane — a battle that could determine which of the two title rivals will be celebrating Leaders Manchester United who have a 100 percent record and are yet to concede a goal while scoring 10 travel to Stoke City for Saturday’s late kickoff Promoted high-flyers Huddersfield Town who have also kept three clean sheets and are level on points with Liverpool and Manchester City play at bottom side West Ham United on Monday Arsenal who have lost their last two games should avoid slumping to three defeats in a row when they host Bournemouth on Saturday Champions Chelsea are at Leicester City on the same day For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has told India’s civil servants to throw out dusty files clear clutter from corridors and may even demand that they work a six-day week The apparatchiks They are apparently loving it Within days of taking office Modi issued 10 administrative commandments The first: Build Up Confidence in the Bureaucracy Narendra Modi PTI "This is unprecedented Power has been shifted" said Suhaib Ilyasi editor of Bureaucracy Today a professional journal "The bureaucrats are feeling happy — even though they will have to work harder" added Ilyasi In a readers’ poll more than 70 percent backed Modi’s shakeup It’s a huge turnaround for a state apparatus that despite recruiting its top cadres through tough competitive examinations has been ranked Asia’s worst by one political risk consultancy In a two-pronged attack Modi has targeted slovenliness in government offices – often grimy places where red spit from chewed betel nut stains walls toilets are rarely cleaned and discarded furniture and rotting files clog corridors In an edict seen by Reuters he demanded "hygiene and cleanliness" Offices must be "cleared and spruced up"; each department should scrap 10 archaic rules; and forms should be no longer than one page Change has been dramatic at government buildings across the colonial-era heart of New Delhi Outside the Agriculture Ministry unused files and old computers were piled up to be taken to a junk yard Missing ceiling tiles have been replaced in passageways to cover loose cables The Health Ministry issued a statement saying that 35 steel cabinets three water coolers and 40 chairs had been cleared from its corridors The Ministry of Women and Child Development has launched an tender to auction off "obsolete/unusable/unserviceable items" Modi also wants bureaucrats to think creatively and take risks to overcome administrative paralysis that set in over the past decade as the previous government became engulfed in a series of corruption scandals He has abolished a slew of cabinet committees concentrated power in the Prime Minister’s Office and is expected to overhaul a Soviet-style Planning Commission Modi’s gruelling schedule has ministerial secretaries – the top-ranking civil servants – rushing to keep up And for some old habits die hard "I too want to clean my room" said one senior bureaucrat surveying an office table covered with stacks of files "But there is a fear I may lose a document which could prove fatal" Reuters was held up for 45 minutes here after Congress Rajya Sabha MP from Telangana Renuka Chowdhury did not turn up for boarding at the scheduled time as she was allegedly busy shopping, but not against the people.

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