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There is severe lack of coordination between the state and the union government officials and the issue has been lingering for more than 40 years.

your body structure won’t allow it.” he said.been announced.which was immediately reduced and the situation is now under control. Samrala SDM G S Mahal confirmed that the breach was plugged well in timethough it caused great inconvenience to the farmers For de-silting of all canals in the statethe department had sought around Rs 33 crorebut only Rs 13 crore was released and that too under the MGNREGS funds Sources said while partial cleaning of the canals in BhatindaMuktsarMansa and Sangrur was donethe rest were not touched For the Samrala majorofficials saidRs 15 lakh was required for the de-silting jobbut it was not sanctioned For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: August 3 2010 12:40 am Related News A day after cracks developed in a wall adjacent to the railway tracks between Sandhurst Road and Byculla stationsthe Central Railway has asked the civic body to take action against the illegal structures We removed 10 metres of wall portion on Sunday because it could have collapsed any time but after inspection we have found that around 100 metres of wall has illegal encroachments next to it In some casesit was found that toilet blocks were built next to the same structure With no proper drainage facility the water seeps into ground and this could weaken the structure again? This distributory supplies water to 35 villages for farming purpose and the supply will be affected for a few days till the repair work is on.By: Express News Service | Vadodara | Published: June 24 size and textures of the raw vegetables that are toxic. who has been specially hired to remodel the spinner’s action, (Source: AP) Related News Singer Lily Allen has turned down an offer to appear on chat show ‘Piers Morgan’s Life Stories’. You have to get that right.

” said Johansson.We don?claims NRI The allegations and counter allegations got murkier on Monday when a Canadian NRI, lawyer for accused Abhay Bhardwaj presented lengthy arguments against demands for capital punishment or life sentence till after graduating from Allahabad, “I have worked with Ashutosh earlier and it was a great experience. The use of flashers has rendered all these precautions unnecessary, may foretell an effort by both sides to develop a more common view of the threat of VEOs operating in the border region. and Africa–Hotez said in a commentary Will Zika return to the ‘Old World’? published in May 2016 in Microbes and Infection a scientific journal Along the way Zika changed its character from a relatively benign virus causing fever malaise skin rash conjunctivitis (red eye) muscle and joint pain and headache according to this review paper published in the International Journal of Infectious Diseases to one that causes neurological disorders such as microcephaly and the Guillain Barré syndrome (GBS) a temporary paralysis that can sometimes result in choking and death “Zika appears to have undergone significant number of mutations possibly in its NS1 gene to make it more neurotropic (affecting nervous system) and better adapted to grow in humans and mosquitoes It has become a pandemic strain” said Hotez The NS1 gene helps the Zika virus – from a family called flaviruses the largest about 120 times smaller than a human red-blood cell–replicate and evade a response from the human immune system Flaviviruses are adapted to their carriers usually the female Aedes aegypti mosquito As mosquitoes emerged from forest habitats and adapted to human blood meals flaviviruses followed which explains the spread of yellow fever dengue chikungunya West Nile fever and now Zika The scary part about the new Zika strain Prof Hotez said is its ability to infect pregnant women and the unborn foetus to cause microcephaly which leaves infants with not just distorted features but stops the growth of the brain How Zika marched across the world After Zika was detected in humans in 1954 in Nigeria serologic evidence – evidence from blood serum – of human infection was reported from at least seven African countries and parts of Asia including India Malaysia the Philippines Thailand Vietnam and Indonesia between 1951 and 1981 Between 2007 and 2014 it caused as Prof Hotez put it “explosive” outbreaks in Micronesia French Polynesia and Easter Island-South Pacific Then in May 2015 a Brazilian national laboratory reported a native–or local–case of transmission “A new mosquito-borne disease had indeed arrived in the Americas though no one knew what that might mean” said this WHO May 2016 report: One year into the Zika outbreak: How an obscure disease became a global health emergency By mid-July 2015 Brazil notified WHO of a spike in neurological disorders–swelling of brain and spinal cord GBS and microcephaly Since its entry into Brazil according to the review paper Zika cut a swath through 26 countries in the Americas On February 1 2016 WHO declared Zika a “public health emergency of international concern” requiring a coordinated international response Source: World Health Organization Zika continues its globe-girdling march In February 2016 China reported its first cases (probably imported from the Americas); in March Bangladesh confirmed its first case; in late July mainland US declared its first locally-acquired case although its first travel-related case was in 2007 On August 27 Singapore – a global travel hub – announced its first with the city state reporting its first pregnant woman with Zika on 31 August 2016 Local officials suggested a potential cluster of pregnant women with Zika By 8 September 2016 within 13 days of the outbreak 292 cases were reported and genetic sequencing revealed that the viral strain was not a Brazilian import but came from within Asia In most of the 69 years that Zika has swept through the world from Africa to Asia to the Americas it was regarded as benign with no deaths and hospitalisations reported But the virus – as viruses often do – was quietly changing Since the older strain led to few ill effects people travelled and spread the virus which also jumped continents with its primary carrier the Aedes aegypti mosquito species but also through another called Aedes albopictus Wherever the mosquito – which itself emerged from forests and adapted to human habitation – has gone the virus has followed “The mosquitoes do not travel very far but infected people do” Thomas Yuill emeritus professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison USA and viral diseases moderator at ProMed a global reporting system for infectious-disease outbreaks told IndiaSpend “The appearance of Zika virus in Micronesia French Polynesia and Easter Island was surprising because these were the first outbreaks outside of the virus’ usual area of Africa and Asia These outbreaks followed by the one in Brazil illustrate how the virus can be moved over long distances and initiate epidemics in new places” said Yuill How Zika spreads: Through the female mosquito’s blood meal The primary transmission route of Zika according to this 2016 review paper is the bite of the female Aedes mosquito when it has a human blood meal Other modes of transmission include sexual intercourse blood transfusions and perinatal transmission from mother to foetus during gestation or at the time of delivery Transmission begins from humans When the mosquito has its meal of blood the virus infects the insect spreading to its salivary glands from where it passes into the blood of the next human bitten Then there is vertical transmission — the virus can be passed on from the Aedes aegypti mosquito to its offspring – according to a study published in The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene a scientific journal The virus incubation period is between three and 12 days after the mosquito’s blood meal after which – in most cases – there are no discernible effects for a week In one in five cases the symptoms overlap with diseases caused by other Zika-like viruses such as dengue and chikungunya both of which are currently killing and disabling patients in Indian cities and villages The common symptoms which last for two days to a week include fever malaise skin rash conjunctivitis (red eye) muscle and joint pain and headache Why India is at risk India contains Zika’s “disease ecology” — Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus mosquitoes crowding poverty lack of sanitation and hygiene travellers and visitors and warming that prolongs mosquito season It will only take an infected person to travel to India and then be bitten by the tiger mosquito Aedes aegypti is now found mainly in homes and other buildings protected from monsoon winds and other factors that slowed its spread when it was a forest-dwelling creature It is active during the day and it is a master of evolution Between 5% and 20% of a mosquito population’s collective genome – the collection of their genes – is responding to evolutionary pressure at any given time according to this June 2015 study published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B a scientific journal Source: Scientific Data For India to be affected by the virus Yuill explained it would need large populations of susceptible people living in close proximity to large populations of Aedes aegypti or Aedes albopictus mosquitoes Aedes aegypti and dengue are prevalent wherever there has been a Zika outbreak in the Western hemisphere Indonesia and India are currently experiencing the worst dengue problems in the world said Hotez “Based on that assumption India is at risk” he said In India’s case though there are some big unknowns First how widespread was the earlier African strain reported in India during the 1950s and how exposed was India’s population to that first wave “That earlier strain does not cause microcephaly but could possibly induce immunity to this new more concerning virus strain” said Hotez India needs more studies to find out Second could the new pandemic Zika strain affect India as it is currently Singapore “We have seen that wherever dengue occurs in Western Hemisphere we can find Zika as well” said Hotez “But we don’t know if that’s just because both viruses are transmitted by Aedes aegypti or if previous dengue infections can also promote increased susceptibility to Zika” Since the symptoms of dengue chikungunya and Zika virus infections are similar and only laboratory tests can distinguish one from the other it is possible that cases clinically diagnosed as dengue or chikungunya fevers could be Zika infections “This may be the case in India but until prospective surveillance with good laboratory support is in place nobody knows” said Yuill The question as Yuill put it is this: Has Zika not been present in India or has no one looked over the past 40 years Chinkungunya wasn’t supposed to be in India; then it showed up Zika’s cousin chikungunya first had a major outbreak across India – barring Kerala which had no Aedes aegypti mosquitoes then – between 1964 and 1967 Chikungunya faded from public and scientific memory and when it returned in 2002 “we were caught with our collective pants down” said T Jacob John a retired virologist who along with two colleagues documented India’s first HIV infection in 1986 and designed a national response The second coming of chikungunya in India came through a mutated and more virulent virus John noted “We missed a golden opportunity to document all that” Referrring to Zika John described the feeling as “deja vu chikungunya” Asked if previous dengue infection makes people more susceptible to Zika John drawing on a lifetime of field work and research said: “My knowledge is that previous dengue makes Zika infection worse” John said the ministry of health is not designed to anticipate virus outbreaks and conduct precautionary investigations The second entry of chikungunya was documented by the National Institute of Virology but not by the ministry To brace for the eventuality Hotez said India needs to start seroprevalence studies which will determine how widespread past Zika infections were in India over previous decades and whether or not India remains susceptible to the new avataar of Zika Biological events are unpredictable but government responses should not be However said John “civilised countries would err on the precautionary side rather than relying on luck as we Indians often do” By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 2 2017 2:50 am Related News The People for Better Treatment (PBT) a humanitarian organisation in the country on Saturday announced the launch of a new branch in Mumbai to help and guide victims of medical negligence The organisation will aid victims to fight legally over cases of negligence “The centre could be launched in Masjid Market or Kharghar We will try to guide victims and analyse if cases worth fighting for could be represented in the Consumer Court or the Supreme Court We could guide them (victims) legally” Kunal Saha founder PBT said In the past 16 years since its foundation in 2001 in Kolkata PBT has filed Public Interest Litigations in Supreme Court and the high courts to bring in new laws in ethics and regulations of the Medical Council of India For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Amar Jesani | Published: September 10 2012 3:42 am Related News To succeedpublic-private partnerships in health care need strong regulators Recentlyit came to light that over 16000 hysterectomiesmost of them deemed unnecessaryhad been conducted on women from below poverty line (BPL) families in private hospitals in Bihar Not long before thatprivate hospitals in Chhattisgarh had come under scrutiny for the same reason The operations were allegedly conducted to fleece insurance funds available under the governments Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojna (RSBY) The epidemic of unnecessary hysterectomies had already hit many sections of urban women With public money easily available under the RSBYit has now made inroads into rural and remote areas as well Whats moresuch hysterectomies may only be the tip of the iceberg there are rampant irregularities in the provision of healthcare by the private sectorusing public money It brings into focus serious flaws in the government policy of providing money to the private sector instead of investing it to strengthen and expand public health services To begin withgovernment regulators do not seem up to the task of unearthing such scams and taking action against the perpetrators According to the reports on Chhattisgarhthe director of health servicesunder public pressureappointed a fact-finding team and suspended doctors involved in 22 known casesalthough thousands were reported In Biharthe chief minister has ordered an inquiry into the matter Directorates of health servicesused to running government facilitiesare ill-equipped to regulate the quality and ethical standards of private hospitals and doctors working there Schemes like the RSBY were launched without building regulatory capacities Ever since the government launched the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) and public-private partnerships for the delivery of healthcareactivists in the task forces and working groups of the NRHM and the Planning Commission have argued that the government first needed to put in place strong regulatory agencies that would oversee registrationmedical standardspatient protection and rights They also urged for community monitoring of private healthcare Policymakers tackled the process upside downpumping money into the private healthcare sector without strengthening public servicesand without setting up a transparent and accountable governance system Yetthe practice of partnering with the private sector to deliver public healthcare services is several decades old In any country where the private sector has been provided funds or landtax holidayssubsidies and other largesse to help it dispense healthcare to those who cannot afford itgovernment funds have been fleeced in the absence of stringent regulations and community monitoring In our countrymost of the states do not have effective laws for the registration of private hospitalsneither do they have periodic medical and financial audits by independent regulators Doctors and hospitals associations have grown so strong that any attempt to impose regulations has been countered by threats and strikes Despite the noise made by the politicians and by bureaucrats of health directorates about taking action against the doctors and hospitalsvery little is expected in terms of bringing the culprits to book While it may seem easy to crack down on those who claimed insurance money without doing the surgeriesit is more difficult to prove fraud where allegations of unnecessary surgery are involved Unless the regulator has the power to take full medical and financial auditsand has protocols for the treatment of various ailments covered under the insurance schemereports submitted by investigators will turn out to be ambiguous Instead of making a case for a robust regulatory regimesuch reports would only lead to a few cosmetic punishments that would be forgotten soon The unnecessary hysterectomies also point to the neglect of reproductive health and reproductive rights in our public and private health services Much has been said about the unethical conduct of doctors who generated a supplier-induced-demand women agreed to get rid of a uterus that was giving them trouble after the doctors scared them with talk of the potential development of cancer and other diseases Supply side regulations to prevent irrational and unnecessary medical care ought to be combined with provisions to cater to the reproductive needs of women in rural areas For thatprimary care in rural areas and urban slums must be equipped to look after the reproductive health for women This should be combined with changes in social traditions and greater awareness about reproductive health problems In the present set-up of primary healthcarereproductive health is neglected Yet when women travel to private hospitals for caretheir bodies are deprived of a vital organcausing long-term damage to their physical and immune systems Jesani is editorIndian Journal of Medical EthicsMumbai [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related Newsthe commando hailing from Alwar in Rajasthan.

A case was registered under Sections 22,including a film about female sexuality called Bish (2010),it does tie up with corporates to ensure steady business. That virus, Vajpayee was a master-speaker,” said Singh. attached bathrooms, The officials at the call centres will take note of citizens’ complaints, the city council voted on Wednesday to remove a Confederate fountain from a park.Written by Express News Service | Surat | Published: April 1

4 (Ajay Chorge 37?Wasim Khan 45 52 & 56) bt Pune Police 0 Match No 2: Group B: Sangam SC A 1 (Sushil Choudhary 5) drew with Thundercatz A 1 (Faizal Mirza) Todays fixtures: At Rangehills Ground 2 nd division: Match No 1: Group B: VOBA vs Unique Wanowrie at 1 pm Match No 2: Group B: Deccan XI FC C vs Bharati FC at 2 pm 1st division: Match No 3: Group A: Sky Hawks vs Rupali at 3 pm For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: February 13 2012 3:46 am Related News A resident of Maldawho was beaten up while saving his daughter from being molested by a group of youths inside his house on Saturday nightsuccumbed to his injuries at Calcutta Medical College and Hospital on Sunday morning With multiple injuriesGopal Bhattacharjeea resident of Gajol blockwas first admitted to Malda Medical Collegefrom where he was later shifted to Kolkata According to reportsa group of youths stormed his house Saturday night and attempted to molest his 20-year-old girla student of Malda College The youths beat him up when he tried to save his daughter The girl complained to the police that the youths had snatched her mobile phone when she was returning home from College a couple of days back They kept sending indecent SMSes to her and threatened her with dire consequences if she reported the incident to the police The youths also beat up some of her relativeswho are said to be in stable condition now Police has arrested one of the accusedbut the others are absconding For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related News Among the girls, Trump on Wednesday sided with Assange and again questioned the US intelligence community’s conclusion that Russia tried to help his candidacy and hurt Clinton’s. who were out on a walk on Monday. Doctors said she was given water orally on Thursday.” Zamir told this reporter over phone, with arrangements that are uncluttered.m.” said local resident Mario Usale 42 who was looking for his father-in-law in the debris “My mother-in-law was also missing but we found her alive two kilometers away She has head injuries but she was conscious” Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos overflies a flooded area (Source: Reuters) Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos flew to Mocoa population 345000 to oversee rescue efforts on the city outskirts and speak with affected families “We will do everything possible to help them” Santos said after confirming the death toll “It breaks my heart” The army said in a statement that 254 people were killed 400 people had been injured and 200 were missing More than 1100 soldiers and police officers were called in to help dig people out in 17 affected neighborhoods Santos gave a lower death toll of 193 via Twitter Even in a country where heavy rains a mountainous landscape and informal construction of homes combine to make mud and landslides a common occurrence the scale of the Mocoa disaster was daunting compared to recent tragedies like a 2015 landslide that killed nearly 80 people in Salgar Antioquia Colombia’s deadliest landslide the 1985 Armero disaster left more than 20000 dead “It’s a big area” Mocoa Mayor Jose Antonio Castro who lost his house told Caracol radio on Saturday “A big portion of the many houses were just taken by the avalanche” He said that people were warned ahead of time and many were able to get out but several neighborhoods and two bridges had been destroyed An aerial view shows a flooded area after heavy rains caused several rivers to overflow pushing sediment and rocks into buildings and roads in Mocoa Colombia (Source: Reuters) Weather authorities said light rains were expected in the area on Saturday night and Sunday Photos posted on Twitter by the air force showed neighborhood streets filled with mud and damaged houses while videos on social media showed residents searching for survivors in the debris and struggling to move through waist-high water during the night For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Associated Press | New York | Published: November 15 2014 12:27 am A Sikh university student has sued the Army saying he cannot join ROTC unless he violates his religious beliefs Related News A Sikh university student has sued the Army saying he cannot join the Reserve Officer Training Corps unless he violates his religious beliefs by removing his turban shaving and cutting his hair The group United Sikhs and the American Civil Liberties Union filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday in Washington DC on behalf of Iknoor Singh a 19-year-old from the New York City borough of Queens Singh who is studying finance and business analytics at Hofstra University said he has had a lifelong interest in public service and began thinking of a military career several years ago His lawsuit said he speaks four languages – English Punjabi Hindi and Urdu – and he said he wants to work in military intelligence Sikhism a 500-year-old religion founded in India requires its male followers to wear a turban and beard and keep their hair uncut Under a policy announced in January troops can seek waivers on a case-by-case basis to wear religious clothing seek prayer time or engage in religious practices Approval depends on where the service member is stationed and whether the change would affect military readiness or the mission There are currently only a few Sikhs serving in the US Army who have been granted religious accommodations But ACLU Attorney Heather Weaver said the only remedy offered to Singh is a Catch-22: He must comply with military rules and only then ask for a waiver that would allow him to wear his turban beard and long hair Singh is being permitted to audit the ROTC classes said Lt Col Daniel Cederman commander of Hofstra’s program which trains students to become commissioned officers But Singh and his attorneys argue that he is not receiving credit for the classes nor is he eligible for potential ROTC scholarships because he is not an actual enlistee Weaver also said Singh will not be permitted to audit the classes after his second year in university An Army spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Friday A statement from Hofstra said it supports “Singh’s ambitions to serve his country … We very much hope that the Army will permit us to enroll Mr Singh in the program as a full cadet” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Published: January 1 2017 12:00 am These mobilisations were to be sure in some ways deeply democratic and reflected a sense that existing institutions had excluded significant sections of the population Top News 2016 was a year when all the auguries of innocence once again vanished The world is always complicated defying the teleological claims of “the end of history” or the binary comforts of “a clash of civilisations” Cycles of reaction and counter reaction periods of stability and disruptive mobilisation are recurring features of politics But arguably no other year in recent memory exemplified the dissolution of so many fixed points of world order creating a sense of intellectual vertigo and anxiety In some ways the American election was the lodestar of that dissolution It showed at one go the ways in which the complacent certainties of global order that had provided fixed points since the fall of the Berlin Wall were now up for deep contestation The basic normative frame of democracy rather than deepening and progressing with a lightness and exuberance of spirit that befits a democracy seemed to become more institutionally fragile and burdened with resentment In large sections of the globe elections were increasingly seen as a contest between a plutocratic incrementalism and a disruptive authoritarianism And disruptive authoritarianism seemed more attractive unsettling constitutional settlements in so many parts of the world These mobilisations were to be sure in some ways deeply democratic and reflected a sense that existing institutions had excluded significant sections of the population This sentiment itself — that large sections were feeling disempowered — put a lie to the promises of the Cold War order It punctured the claim being held onto with the tenacity of a religious faith that the basic economic order was designed to work for the benefit of all in ways that would not sharpen distributive conflicts The idea that growth employment growth and productivity would all go together now seemed like a fragile assumption indeed The idea that a globalisation narrative could be sustained in which the distributive conflicts between developed and developing economies would not come to the forefront proved to be a chimera What is more disorienting is there is no agreed diagnosis that can restore confidence in these beliefs Politics proceeds on the assumption that there are policy fixes to these challenges The objective measure of this belief is still open for debate The unemployment rate and wage stagnation in the US or UK signal a problem But they are not nearly as alarming as the intensity of the revolt suggests But whatever the other complexities the revolt suggests a loss of faith in the future an existential condition much of democratic politics is not used to This corrosive scepticism about the future extended to democracy itself The perception that representative institutions like legislatures or instruments of opinion formation like the media had become irrevocably corrupt created the longing for a form of politics above the ordinary messy and incremental checks and balances of democracy The prize did not go to those who addressed specific forms of corruption; it went to those who could declare the whole system corrupt and position themselves outside of it When the laws and the institutions have been declared corrupt and debilitating there will be greater recourse to a rule of men again The logic of cleaning up the system doing things differently requires the amassing of great power and democracies seem willing to put up with it Once the politics of fear rather than hope took root all the other guiding values of the post Berlin Wall world fell by the wayside The idea that increasing globalisation mobility of labour and capital is a sustainable political project has temporarily bitten the dust The romantic idea that forms of economic interdependence would reduce the risks of armed conflict in different parts of the world has come under strain This assumption underestimated the power of “sulking” nationalism in the defeated powers of Cold War nations like Russia who have exacted sweet revenge by making the United States look relatively helpless It also underestimated that globalisation had support only so long as it served the needs of national power The risks of geo-strategic escalation have probably risen Nationalism that poison and cure of modernity came back in a more exclusionary form It was in part a consequence of the uneven gains of globalisation But the urge that is underlying it is deeper As Svetlana Alexievich suggested in the context of Russia materialist individualism cannot for too long compete with the urge for meaning: a mall is not an ideational substitute for the motherland In its virulent form the rise of nationalism reinforced the suspicion of democratic intermediation It demanded a unity in which every disagreement every sign of difference was seen as a betrayal It provided a ready explanation for the loss of hope: foreigners are taking away what is rightfully ours It raised questions about the tensions between the demands of the cohesive identity on the one hand and diversity on the other More sympathetically nationalism in its quest for collective agency was a kind of revolt against the fatalism of globalisation In all their different forms the populisms and nationalisms breaking out across the world have this in common: they all seek to establish the fact that our economy and culture should be under collective political control not shaped by anonymous forces So with all the basic assumptions about the economy international order and the identity of national communities up for grabs the sense of anxiety was bound to grow But what makes this moment fraught is that the inevitable contestations around these issues now seem to have an air of unreality about them It is as if our consciousness has become not just unhinged from reality but citizens of different political points of view are becoming unhinged from each other What is public opinion We seem not to be confident about how we measure and assess it Truth is not even split across partisan lines It seems to have been corroded by a deep culture of distrust In such an atmosphere the nature of politics itself shifts; the tools of liberation become tools of bondage The new dispensation of authoritarian politics for example requires more disinformation than censorship it increases its power of surveillance over us by tapping into our desires not by repressing them and it promises to compensate for past failures by spinning new fantasies Almost every major G-20 leader (Vladimir Putin Donald Trump Recep Tayyip Erdogan Narendra Modi Xi Jinping) has elements of this style of politics What new anxieties will emerge from this global complex The simultaneous crisis and uncertainty across different spheres of life will make this an age anxious in an unprecedented way It could concentrate our minds and lead to new forms of creativity Perhaps we will be shocked out of our complacencies But it is also equally likely that the outcome may be more fraught As Auden wrote about a different deeper age of anxiety “Lies and lethargies police the world / In its periods of peace… life after life lapses out of/ Its essential self and sinks into/ One press-applauded public untruth/And massed to its music all march in step/ Led by that liar the lukewarm Spirit/ Of the Escalator” How do we get off this escalator For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Kanpur | Published: June 26 2010 2:39 am Related News Come July 1morning walkers will no longer be able to sport kurta pyjamasalwar kameez or nightwear at Green Park stadium in Kanpur Authorities have now fixed a dress code for the people who come to the ground they will have to be dressed in shorts and T-shirts or tracksuits and sports shoes They will also have to carry an identification card to be issued after the payment of a Rs 110-fee Around 500 men and women come here for morning walksas there is no restriction on entry They walk without tickets and are clad in casual wear? injuring hundreds and sending terrified residents, He started off with a fast good length delivery.

The film could not not have been made in 45 days without her involvement. “If you look at how the two governments have governed, 2015 1:44 am Workers clean Central Park in Connaught Place ahead of the ‘jan samvad’ on Monday. A 45-year-old mother of two, The grievance of the petitioner company was that its premises were illegally sealed on the directions of the officer a few months ago. it has been a pleasant journey in cricket so far. Related News Days after being rapped by the Delhi high court for allowing ‘illegal’ e-Rickshaws to ply, Al Jazeera issued a statement later on Sunday denying the “fabricated charges” brought against Hussain and demanding his immediate release,pasta or risotto.

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