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We? to fight the SP on the? Shah, His opening partner Kusal Perera was agricultural but effective, irrespective of the fact that some are feisty and some docile, Arya is the seniormost member in the three municipal corporations.000 votes in the 2009 Assembly bypolls. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Tapa | Published: December 16,for trying to push forth his candidature as a Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) candidate for the Assembly seat. 2011 2:43 am Related News The Taksali Akali leaders in Moga are miffed with the current Director General of Police.
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(Source: BCCI) Related News Virat Kohli?Written by Screen Correspondent | Mumbai | Published: November 28 Their 500 ? download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: As authorities in Haryana mount pressure on ‘godman’ Rampal to appear before the High Court,Law Minister DV Sadananda Gowda on Wednesday refused to join issue saying law and order is a state subject "Law and order is a state subject A direction has been issued by the (Punjab and Haryana) High Court that needs to be implemented by the state government It is not appropriate for me to comment at this juncture" he said Sadananda Gowda PTI Haryana Police said Rampal is still inside the ashram and asserted that police will continue its operation till he is arrested for production before the High Court on Friday in a contempt case About 15000 followers of Rampal were holed up in the ashram out of which 10000 have been evacuated Police registered fresh cases last night against Rampal ashram spokesman Raj Kapoor another key functionary Purshottam Dass and several other followers under various Sections of the IPC PTI Written by Mrinal Pande | Published: November 18 2014 1:16 am A terminal method like sterilisation must be carried out without pressure and with the full knowledge and consent of the patient under safe circumstances Related News Truthbe told the philosophy of population control in India still rests on four basic assumptions: One unregulated population growth is a ticking bomb threatening our overall development Two India’s poor have more children than they can afford so they must be coerced to accept sterilisation as their best option for controlling the size of their family Three with sufficient funding well-trained teams and new technology sterilisation that involves surgical procedures may safely be carried out in the remotest parts of the country by holding special camps periodically even if the area lacks basic healthcare facilities And four given the urgency of the situation promotion of irreversible sterilisation must take precedence over all other reversible options and occasionally health and safety concerns of the target group The National Population Policy 2000 had strongly advocated doing away with “targets” and emphasised voluntary and informed choice in family planning The Union health ministry has since issued several handbooks for health workers which clearly spell out the new focus on individual wellbeing The brochures also urge health workers to follow proper pre- and post-op procedures and maintain clean and safe facilities where sterilisations are carried out And the Supreme Court has also ruled that no more than 30 surgeries can be performed in a day by a team led by two doctors But four decades after Delhi’s infamous Turkman Gate disaster the same troublesome family planning philosophy based on monetary compensation has resurfaced Five to six million women are sterilised each year in India Government data usually known for underplaying bad news reveals that botched up operations have killed 707 women between 2009 and 2012 The key component of all health services under the National Rural Health Mission the prime “motivator” for sterilisation camps is the ASHA (accredited social health activist) a locally recruited woman Preferably literate she is trained to service her community particularly women and children and help them get access to health services It is notable that the ASHA is not paid a regular salary But for motivating and accompanying women to sterilisation camps she receives a “performance-based incentive” — Rs 150 per “case” The amount one learns was recently increased The doctor anaesthetist and nurses are all paid cash incentives It is not hard to see how this may be a big “motivator” for the medical teams which are in such a hurry to perform a record number of sterilisations that they forego basic safety norms The doctor supervising the nefarious Chhattisgarh camp was allegedly awarded Rs 50000 for the record number of surgeries he performed in a day But obviously nothing was spent on the creation or maintenance of medical facilities for patients Vasectomies are considered infinitely less risky than tubectomies but men wary of “losing” their maleness remain a minuscule proportion of the adults coming to sterilisation camps The burden for limiting births all over India falls on women Though when they do undergo sterilisation men are given more compensation than women In UP for example men get Rs 1500 for a vasectomy whereas women get only Rs 1000 for a tubectomy Though in the Kushinagar episode many women said they were given only Rs 500 Some are reported to have received only five kg of rice and five eggs Two years ago an investigation by the advisory group on community action constituted by the health ministry had visited a camp in Barwani MP Its report revealed the sorry state of reproductive health services and lack of attention on quality pre- and post-operative care The group found that the performance of health officials is mostly measured in terms of targets achieved rather than the quality of care Officials become the scapegoats each time rural sterilisation camps cause deaths State governments routinely palm off the entire blame on officials they label negligent or overzealous The media also accepts this theory But on closer examination the basic problem is with the four assumptions about the poor this article started with No one will deny that there is huge unmet demand for family planning in India Nor that handing money to poor patients for food and lost workdays is not a bad idea But what the poor really want is access to basic healthcare education and other opportunities There is certainly a place for sterilisation as a method of limiting the size of families but the poor also have to be given other options When they do opt for a terminal method like sterilisation the procedure must be carried out without pressure and with the full knowledge and consent of the patient under safe circumstances Only then can sterilisation be considered a powerful tool for reproductive freedom In the wrong hands guided by the wrong set of priorities sterilisation particularly of women will remain an immoral and intrusive act of physical violence against a human being The writer is a Delhi-based journalist and former chairperson of Prasar Bharati [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Published: March 29 2012 3:40 am Related News Hu Jintao facilitated a structural transformation of the China-India relationship President Hu Jintaos visit to India this weekto participate in the BRICS summitis probably the last by the current generation of the Chinese communist leadership Hu and Prime Minister Wen Jiabaowho have steered China through the last decadewill formally step down from their positions after the 18th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party elects a new leadership this September Hu leaves behind many problems old and newinternal and external for the next generation of Chinese leaders But there is no denying Hus contribution in making China the worlds second largest economyraising its domestic prosperitystrengthening its military power and expanding its global influence One of the less heralded achievements of Hu is his role in facilitating a structural transformation of the Sino-Indian relationship since he took charge in 2002 In his engagement with the NDAs Atal Bihari VajpayeeHu ended the post-Pokharan chill in bilateral relations and set the stage for a more productive relationship with India Working even more closely with Prime Minister Manmohan SinghHu Jintao has altered Sino-Indian relations immensely and irreversibly Take trade for instance In 2002the trade between the two countries stood at $5 billion By 2011it grew fifteen-fold to reach $75 billion China has become a new factor in the modernisation of Indias infrastructureespecially in the power and telecommunications sector Current Chinese project exports in the pipeline are estimated at nearly $50 billion There has been some progress under Hu in addressing the boundary dispute between the two countries China recognised Sikkim as part of India during Vajpayees visit to Beijing in 2003 The elevation of the boundary negotiations to the political level saw the first ever substantive agreement the 2005 declaration on the political parameters and guiding principles for the resolution of the dispute Since thenthe two sides have been exploring a potential deal with mutual territorial concessions Meanwhilethe two sides have largely succeeded in maintaining peace and tranquillity along their long and contested border Military exchanges between New Delhi and Beijing have begun after an MoU was signed between the two defence ministries in 2006 The two security establishments have also agreed to launch a new maritime security dialogue Political consultations and cooperation in the multilateral arena have significantly expanded Unlike in the past when meetings at the high political level were episodicSingh has regularly met Hu and Wen on the margins of many international forums Before 2002the contacts between the two countries were limited to a small group of people in the government Todaybusiness-to-business contacts and exchanges between the two societies have reached unprecedented levels as thousands of Indians and Chinese travel between the two nations More Indian professionals are learning Mandarin as Shanghai and Beijing emerge as potentially attractive alternatives to such traditional Western destinations as New York and London Over the last decadeHu has helped build a full spectrum bilateral relationship with India and lend it depth and breadth that were unimaginable in 2002 During Hus tenureDelhi and Beijing have also demonstrated the ability to handle occasional crises in bilateral relations related to KashmirTibet and Arunachal Pradesh with wisdom and restraint Viewed from Delhithe current intensity of bilateral engagement with China and the new maturity in bilateral relations might seem dramatic But seen from a broader perspectiveIndia and China have merely arrived at a new normal in bilateral relations Like all the other major powers in the worldIndia has recognised the importance of taking advantage of the opportunities presented by Chinas economic growth Like everyone elseDelhi has its share of problems with Beijing the massive trade deficitan unresolved boundary disputeand unending competition for natural resources and political influence around the world Delhi and Beijing have significant differences on their relationships with such third parties as Pakistan and the United Statesthe construction of a new Asian security orderIndias membership of the non-proliferation regimeand the expansion of the United Nations Security Council To their creditHu and Singh have successfully widened the areas of economic cooperation and political consultation and insulated them from the real divergence that exists In its quest for a credible strategic framework to manage bilateral differences with BeijingIndia is finally overcoming the mindset of 1962 that prevented Delhi so long from adopting realistic policies towards Beijing The military clashes of 1962 were nothing compared to the Korean war between the US and China during 1950-53in which nearly 35000 American soldiers and more than 100000 Chinese soldiers (Western estimates put the figure at 400000) were killed Yetless than two decades laterthe US and China were befriending each other Indiain contrastallowed the 1962 syndrome to keep the relationship off track for decades and resist economic cooperation even when it is in its own self-interest Delhi was among the first to engage Communist China in the 1950s when the West and many in Asia refused to recognise its existence While the West and Asia contributed to and benefited from the Chinese economic miracle since the 1980sIndia stood apart India is the last major power to develop a full spectrum relationship with China Delhi and Beijing are celebrating 2012 as the year of friendship between the two countries This year will also mark the 50th anniversary of the 1962 war As they pat each other on the back for the transformation of the Sino-Indian relationshipSingh and Hu are close to putting the ghosts of 1962 to rest In what could be one of their last bilateral meetings this weekSingh and Hu must set more ambitious destinations for the long journey that China and India have begun under their leadership The writer is a senior fellow at the Centre for Policy ResearchDelhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBangalore: Showing remarkable recovery since it lost power in the Karnataka Assembly polls last year BJP today bagged three Lok Sabha seats and was ahead of the ruling Congress in 15 others Congress was leading in eight constituencies and JDS headed by former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda in two as trends and results were available for all 28 seats in Karnataka BJP supporters celebrate party’s resounding victory Reuters BJP’s Nalin Kumar Kateel trounced former KPCC chief B Janardhana Poojary by 143709 votes in Dakshina Kannada constituency BJP’s Anantkumar Hegde and B Sreeramulu won the Uttara Kannada and Bellary seats respectively Sreeramulu once a close aide of mining baron B Janardhana Reddy had joined the BJP ahead of elections leaving behind the BSR Congress which he had founded after deserting the saffron party two years before In the keenly watched bitter contest in Bangalore South Infosys co-founder Nandan Nilekani was trailing behind BJP’s Ananth Kumar by over 48000 votes "I concede defeat and congratulate Ananth Kumar for his performance in this poll" Nilekani the face of UPA’s flagship Aadhar programme said even as the counting was underway BJP has established leads in two other constituencies in Bangalore — North and Central Former Chief Minister DV Sadananda Gowda took an unassailable margin of over 224000 votes in Bangalore North while in Bangalore Central PC Mohan was leading by over 77300 votes Union Minister M Veerappa Moily who was trailing in the initial rounds made some recovery and was leading by 7626 votes in Chikkaballapur In Gulbarga Railway Minister Mallikarjun Kharge was leading by over 74000 votes over BJP’s Revunaik Belamagi BJP strongman and former Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa was unstoppable as he was leading by a whooping margin of over 362000 votes in his bastion of Shimoga against Congress’ Manjunath Bhandary In Hassan Gowda also marched ahead with a margin of over one lakh votes over his Congress rival A Manju The results and trends so far are heartwarming for the BJP which was downcast after it suffered a humiliating defeat in the 2013 May Assembly polls when it lost its first ever party government in the South PTI
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