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* For drenching dahi vadas in water, pointed out that no such direction had come from the Chair and that he could continue speaking. “Based on that we can start tracing links of any (other) doctor in this case,” With inputs from Satish Jha WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest India News, Goswami reportedly recognised this early. and Costs of Care at Physician Owned Hospitals in the United States: Observational Study (“Study”), Practical Takeaways It is possible that legislative efforts in favor of POHs may gain additional support in light of the Study by creating an opportunity for POHs to persuade Congress that physician-owned entities have the ability to produce low cost, The Ambassador certainly thinks I?s end?said S K Agarwaldirector finance of the UPPCL The present installed capacity of the UP Thermal Power Generation Corporation Ltd is 4022 MW even as the restricted demand for power in UP is over 9000 MW The gap is filled by imposing power cuts and import of over 3500 to 4000 MW from the Central sector power plants and import from other states The gap between demand and supply is set to grow during the 12th five year period ending in 2017with the power demand estimated to be 47563 MW as against a projected available supply of only 20831 MW The UPPCL has projected a demand of 33919 MW of power in the state in 2012as per the targets set by the National Electricity Policy For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: March 13.

is now in jail, Around 2/3rd of the students aspire for a career in Information Technology (IT) and they would like to work in an Indian company vis-à-vis a foreign IT multi-national company. For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsShocking its partners Germany has withdrawn from an international collaboration to build the 2 billion Square Kilometre Array (SKA) the world’s biggest radio telescope Germany’s federal science ministry has informed the UK-based SKA Organisation that it intends to end its participation at the end of June 2015 “It came out of the blue We were not expecting Germany to be withdrawing” says SKA Director General Philip Diamond SKA will create a single huge telescope from thousands of individual dishes and antennas across southern Africa and Australia with the aim of testing relativity studying galactic evolution and peering back to the era of the very first stars and galaxies Construction could begin as early as 2017 Twenty countries are supporting the design effort with more than 120 million; according to a statement from the SKA Organisation Germany’s contribution so far has been small—just 38 million—so its withdrawal will not be a huge blow to the project But the impact on Germany’s astronomy community will be “catastrophic” if the nation doesn’t reconsider asserts Michael Kramer director of the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy in Bonn Although Germany hadn’t ponied up much cash financial priorities appear to be the reason for its withdrawal “SKA Organisation regrets this decision and understands it is driven by difficult national financial circumstances around the funding of large research infrastructures in Germany and Europe” the SKA statement said Germany did not spell out the cause of the financial pressure but the country is in the process of building two large international facilities on its territory: the European XFEL x-ray laser facility and FAIR an accelerator center for nuclear physics According to the SKA Organisation German institutions scientists and companies will continue to participate in the design working groups but German companies will not be able to bid for construction contracts and German scientists will have limited opportunities to use the telescope Kramer says that he is training many young scientists with ambitions to work on SKA “It will be a real shame if they are not able to exploit it” he says “We need to be clear to our partners that this is not a decision reflecting on the science or quality of the SKA project” says Kramer who adds that the government decided to withdraw without consulting the astronomy community A government representative was not available for comment because today is a holiday in Germany Bernie Fanaroff director of South Africa’s SKA effort told the country’s Mail & Guardian newspaper today: “I don’t think we should write off Germany in the long run” Kramer hopes that’s the case “SKA will be a fundamental part of exploring the cosmos” he says “I want Germany to be part of it”60 per cent plan to work in the country after completing their studies abroad ? each day begins with the hope of being able to change their now demonetised currency notes to cash they can buy food with. This has been my routine for the past two days.29 lakh applications were received online. Digitally too, For all the latest Entertainment News,Madhyamam Daily (For showing how a village in Kerala has become a city’s dumping ground) For Environmental Reporting Rahul Chandawarkar,500 employees.

Related News Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati on Wednesday said her party will go it alone in the Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand. but according to the reports, 2016 6:20 am Related News EVEN AS the Supreme Court is set to hear the state’s review petition challenging the National Eligibility Entrance Exam (NEET) on Friday, the success is just a by-product. phone in the end. Governor ESL Narasimhan has also issued a notification authorising the Assembly Speaker and Council Chairman to convene both the Houses respectively tomorrow at 11 am. prevented the installation of a bust of one the priests named in the chargesheet,Bhiwani and Jhajjar, a government spokesperson said VB arrests two on graft charges The Haryana State Vigilance Bureau arrested two government officials on graft charges In one casethe VB caught Pawan KumarInspectorFood and Supplies DepartmentRaniain Sirsa district as he was taking bribe of Rs 1500 from Gurmeet Singha resident of Bajigar Theri in lieu of issuing a duplicate pink ration card In another case the VB arrested Paramjeet SinghMeter ReaderUttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam Limitedin Yamunanagar districtfor taking Rs 3000 from Vikarma resident of Manka in Ambala Haryana to spend Rs 654 cr in 7 districts The Haryana government will spend Rs 65443 crore on development works in seven districts The expenditure was approved on Wednesday by Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hoodawhile presiding over the 35th meeting of Sub-Committee of Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) Dal Khalsa questions arrest of 20 youth Putting a question mark over the recent arrests of around 20 teenaged youths within the span of two weeksDal Khalsa has blamed the Punjab Police for manipulating the arrests to dilute the case of Jaspal Singhwho died on March 29 last year after he was hit by a bullet fired by policemen in Gurdaspur EC seeks nod for IAS officers transfer The Election Commission in Punjab has sought ECIs nod for transfer of 11 IAS officersincluding four deputy commissioners-cum-district election officers The transfer ordersissued by the Punjab governmentwere withheld following EC guidelines that officers involved in the process of revision of electoral rolls for the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections should not be disturbed Delhi builder fined Rs 5 lakh The Haryana Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum has slapped a penalty of Rs 500000 on a New Delhi-based construction company for not giving possession of a flat to a Gurgaon resident For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Adil Akhzer | Srinagar | Updated: May 20 2015 5:53 am Related News They fought a legal battle for years in a quest to get justice for Mohammad Abdullah who was killed while in army custody in Kashmir in 1994 Now Abdullah’s family members are fighting another battle to locate his case file which has reportedly gone missing “After years of investigation it was proved legally that an army officer killed my father in the custody But the case file has now gone missing in high court” said Abdullah’s son Abdul Hamid Mir According to his family members Abdullah was picked up from his native Regipora village in Kupwara in North Kashmir on March 22 1994 “He was tortured and killed in custody’’ said Mir Share This Article Related Article After the family filed a Habeas Corpus petition in the Jammu and Kashmir High Court the court asked the district judge of Kupwara to monitor the investigation The final report in the case filed by the principal district and session judge of Kupwara in June 2011 found an army major liable for the death to be tried for the offence under Section 302 (murder) and Section 344 (wrongful confinement)of the Ranbir Penal Code The case was then referred to the high court for “consideration” “The investigation in the case has been completed Major Depenkar Sahai who was then posted in the camp of the 16 Raj Rifles in Gulgam has been found liable to be tried for the offence under sections 302 and 344 of the Ranbir Penal Code” says the report sent by the principal district and sessions judge of Kupwara to the registrar judicial of the high court “However before launching of prosecution against the army official police has applied for the sanction in terms of section 6 of Armed Force (Special Powers) Act” Mir alleged that when the family approached the J&K High Court the officials there denied having received any file related to the case “We have been following this case for 20 years and now the file is missing” he said The registrar judicial of the high court Mohammed Yousuf Wani told The Indian Express that the family can approach his office and make a representation about the case “Let the family approach my office about the case with an application We will try to locate the file and look into it” said Wani In spite of the missing file the family is holding on to hope “The Constitution says people involved in any crime should be punished and we are hopeful that my father’s killers will be punished’’ said Mir For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Santosh Singh | Patna | Published: November 1 2013 9:58 pm Related News Bihar was set for fresh political jousting between the BJP and the ruling JD(U) as the BJPs Shahid asthi kalash yatra carrying the ashes of the six men killed in the Patna bomb blasts wound its way through the statelaying the ground for Narendra Modi to meet their families and offer his condolences on Saturday The BJPs prime ministerial candidate was due to arrive in Patna on Friday eveninghis second high-profile visit to the state in less than a weekraising the pitch of his confrontation with Chief Minister Nitish Kumar In a bid to counter Kumars allegations about the BJP and Modi being communalthe BJP has stressed that the asthi yatra aimed to send a message to Hindus and Muslims that they have to fight terrorism together The yatra began Thursday and will conclude on November 5 with the immersion of the ashes in the Ganga Although Modi will not take part in the yatrathe BJP hopes that his gesture to meet the families of the victims will boost his image as Kumar is yet to even announce such a plan Modi will first meet the family of a victim in GaurichakPatnaand then visit families in KaimurBegusaraiGopalganjSupaul and Nalanda With the Bihar government being strongly criticised for the security during Modis rally Sunday when Patna was hit by serial blastsauthorities seemed to be taking no chances this time and were busy ensuring tight protection Gujarat government officials had also arrived at the venues to monitor security as Modi is set to walk through narrow lanes to reach the homes of some families The yatra was launched by former deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi from Supaul village of victim Bharat Rajak and will cover the adjoining districts of Madhepura and Saharsa Another segment of the yatra was launched by BJP national vice-president C P Thakur from Begusarais Tarabariyarpur village of blast victim Vindeshwari Choudhary During the yatralocal BJP leaders have been stopping their vehicles and giving peace calls and asking people to take a pledge to unitedly fight terrorism BJP state general secretary Suraj Nandan Mehtawho has been monitoring the schedule of the yatrasaid BJP leader of opposition Nand Kishore Yadav marked the beginning of yet another segment of the yatra from Kaimur village of victim Vikas Kumar Singh BJP national general secretary Rajiv Pratap Rudy and BJP state president Mangal Pandey launched a segment from Gopalganj village of victim Munna Srivastava Former ministers Ashwini Kumar Choubey and Prem Kumar started the yatra from Gaurichakwhile former minister Giriraj Singh started it from Nalanda village of victim Rajesh Kumar JD(U) national spokesperson K C Tyagi criticised the yatrasaying the BJP was playing with human emotions for political gain.Panipat, One important triggering receptor for inflammation is TREM-1.

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