mounds of garbage have started piling up at the landfill site at Dadumajra. but adopted a lenient approach in sentencing the accused considering that the trial had run on for 23 years, Gandhi said. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tanuj Lakhina | Chennai | Published: January 7,only steadfast ally? However, the RBI’s determined effort to fight inflation (despite big business engaging in ideological obfuscation) and changing international circumstances have altered the mood. misery and deep loss of real people on the ground, For all the latest Chandigarh News.

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will arrive in Barcelona on Sunday and undergo a medical on Monday. In Bareilly Ki Barfi, leprosy affects those with reduced immunity.000 registered voters in the constituency,the MLAs or public representatives? At presentChief Minister Akhilesh Yadav is the chairman of Mandi Parishad In the 2012-13 fiscala total of 1504 villages 317 in the constituencies of the Opposition MLAs were selected under the JMGY for which Rs 372 crore was allocated Howeveronly Rs 3062 crore could be spent In the current fiscalRs 600 crore has been allocated for 965 villages selected till August for various workslike construction of roads and drains Of these 965 villagesonly 184 fall in the constituencies of non-SP legislators Interestinglyabout 15 per cent of these villages (361) fall in the SP strongholds of Etawah (90)Mainpuri (59)Kannauj (76) and Firozabad (136) districts While Etawah is the native district of the chief ministerMainpuri is the Lok Sabha constituency of SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadavand Kannauj is Lok Sabha constituency CM’s wife Dimple Yadav The SP has announced the name of party general secretary Ram Gopal Yadav’s son Akshay as its candidate from Firozabad Lok Sabha seatwhich is currently represented by Congress’s Raj Babbar On the criteria for selection of these villages under the schemeMandi Parishad deputy director (administration)Himanshu Shekhar Tripathiin his replysaid minimum five villages whose population is at least 250 and deprived of infrastructure facilities are selected from a district For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: May 4 2014 9:29 am A young donor at the International Bone Marrow Transplant Summit in New Delhi (Praveen Khanna) Related News When 27-year-old Inderjeet Mehra was diagnosed with aplastic anaemia a condition in which stem cells cannot manufacture any cells in the blood last September his only hope lay in a bone marrow transplant But Mehra did not have any sibling After failing to get an Indian donor Mehra started looking at the possibility of finding a German donor He finally found a match six months later but the cost proved a problem The transplant costs about Rs 20 lakh — the majority of the expense was to transport the stem cells to India — and this has kept him from getting the life-saving treatment Mehra and several other patients like him are waiting for suitable donors and an appropriate financing mechanism to carry forward stem cell transplants that can save their lives Speaking at a summit organised by NGO Bharat Stem Cell on the increasing need for creating a bone marrow registry Dr Mammen Chandy director at Tata Medical Centre Kolkata and a transplant practitioner said “The sheer cost of a transplant makes it important to have a registry with donors who are locally available There is a growing need to make policymakers aware of the need to set up such a registry Whenever a patient taps a foreign donor the cost of transporting stem cells is so immense that it becomes impractical” Experts from the National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP) in the US said a national donor registry had emerged as the only possible solution to connect recipients and potential donors Vivek Kumar (18) from Farrukhabad in Uttar Pradesh donated stem cells to his brother who was diagnosed with aplastic anaemia in 2010 at AIIMS “For three years we tried to arrange financing We have a BPL certificate and we went to several politicians requesting help Finally we sold our ancestral land to finance my brother’s treatment” Kumar said Many other families who found donors among their relatives have volunteered to turn potential donors to help others who may not be so lucky Five-year-old Sivansh donated stem cells to his brother who had a relapse of leukaemia in 2010 when he was three years old Today his father Amit Aggarwal says both he and his wife who had to get their HLA typing done to see if they were a match for their elder son have volunteered to become donors “Both of us did not match with my elder son but my younger son did I cannot tell you the trauma of waiting I have told doctors that if anybody matches my blood type I will make myself available within 24 hours” Dr Vimarsh Raina director of pathology at Medanta Medicity in Gurgaon said against a need of at least 50000 stem cell transplants a year only 500 transplants could be undertaken Dr V K Subburaj secretary department of AIDS Control Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said “Stem cell transplant is a complex procedure and is a challenge even in developed countries What is required is awareness building and constant follow-up from the industry” Dr Dinesh Bhurani chief of haemato-oncology and transplant department in Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre said people in India are sceptical about donating stem cells as they think it will have an adverse impact on their health “It is just like blood donation with no adverse side effects Clearing misconceptions will lead to an increase in the registry enrolment” he said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Perth | Published: February 18 2017 7:06 pm Jeev Milkha Singh is slowly finding his way back to form ( Source: File) Top News Jeev Milkha Singh who is slowly finding his way back to form that made him one of the most successful Indian golfers ever won a unique play-off in the third round today to ensure Sunday action at the ISPS HANDA World Super 6 Perth Jeev who has been having issues with his driving seemed to have sorted them for the time being as he holed three birdies in a crucial phase of four holes between 12th and 15th holes on the back nine of the third round to get to eight-under 208 and Tied-20th place Jeev was tied 20th with seven others and went into a play-off as only five spots were available to make it 24 In the ensuing play-off for five places Jeev was among four who parred the 18th in the first play-off hole and went into Sunday action Jeev who will also be playing the Hero Indian Open as part of his schedule this year said “This is a very good format and it’s very exciting You’re used to making the cut after two days and now you’re trying to make another one after three days followed by a match play But it’s going to be fun I’ve been involved in several match play situations in my professional career including captaining Team Asia in the EurAsia Cup last year I like to play aggressive golf and it’s going to be fun I like matchplay format as you can put the pressure on the other person and making sure you hit the second shot close to the hole” Of the other three Indians who survived the 36-hole cut Gaganjeet Bhullar (68) was Tied-28th SSP Chawrasia (71) was T-35 and Chiragh Kumar (71) was T-39 Four others had missed the first cut after 36 holes Local man Brett Rumford tops the leaderboard on 17-under the card after he fired an incredible 4-under 68 today He leads by five shots but that means little under the innovative Super 6 format The Top eight are seeded into second round of match play and the other 16 are paired off The eight winners take on top eight in the next six-hole play-off The subsequent rounds will produce four and then two winners who meet for the title Rumford will be seeded straight through to the second round as will the other players who finished in the top-8 They are Jason Scrivener (AUS) Austin Connelly (CAN) Louis Oosthuizen (RSA) Adam Blyth (AUS) Lucas Herbert (AUS) Steven Jeffress (AUS) and Jake Higginbottom (AUS) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Allahabad/ New Delhi | Published: May 17 2016 3:25 am After living in the US for the last four decades Kanubhai Ramdas Gandhi and his wife Dr Shiva Laxmi Gandhi decided to live at the Guru Vishram Vridh Ashram (Express photo: Cheena Kapoor) Top News For the past few days an old-age home in southeast Delhi has been playing host to Mahatma Gandhi’s grandson and his wife After living in the US for the last four decades Kanubhai Ramdas Gandhi and his wife Dr Shiva Laxmi Gandhi decided to come and live at the Guru Vishram Vridh Ashram G P Bhagat founder of the ashram said the couple contacted him two years ago after the ashram was profiled in a prominent Hindi news channel “They called me and expressed their desire to stay at the ashram In the first week of May a woman from Gujarat came to check the place and inquired if the couple could stay here They arrived on May 8” Share This Article Related Article The ashram located in a narrow street in Mohan Estate is home to 130 elderly men and women Bhagat says most of those living at the ashram come from “wealthy family” backgrounds “The couple told me that the work being done at the ashram is what Mahatma Gandhi had envisaged I guess that is why they wanted to stay here” said Bhagat He added that the couple had faced some problems “I heard they were mugged in Gujarat This could be a reason why the decided to come live in Delhi” said Bhagat WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE When The Indian Express tried to speak to the couple 87-year-old Kanubhai Gandhi said he preferred to pose for a picture instead Bhagat said the couple seemed tired as many people including political leaders had been visiting the ashram to meet them in the last three days “Kanubhai looks tired They don’t want to go undergo a medical check up either and have refused to see a doctor” said Bhagat Kanubhai previously worked at NASA while his wife was a biomedicine researcher For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Partha Sarathi Biswas | Published: April 13 2013 1:36 am Related News For Captain Bhagirath Somayji special prayers are pouring in from St Vincents School for Boyshis alma materhoping for his speedy recovery Somayji was one of the four Indian Army men injured in an ambush in South Sudan that also killed five soldiers Somayji a former student of St Vincentswas part of the UN peacekeeping missiondeployed in the troubled area This was his first deployment after completing his course from the prestigious Indian Military Academy (IMA) According to some family friendswho did not wish to disclose their identitiesSomayji is at present stable and undergoing treatment at the Armys R &R hospital in New Delhi One bullet entered his leg just above the knee and exited from the back of the thighwhile two more are still lodged in his hip Doctors are assessing his conditionthey said Apart from being a school prefect and goal keeperteachers fondly remember Somayji as an ideal student Sushma Saldanathe science teacher of St Vincents remembers Somayji as an obedient and excellent student who knew how to balance his studies with leisure He was by nature a very helpful boy and was ever ready to help us out in whatever way he could In fact he always kept in touch with all of usand made it a point to call us and wish us on teachers day every year?The ideas pertain to the current environmental issues and the students have carried through the process with good guidance.proper knowledge in lighting is extremely essential. 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