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the officer of state Home Department said. investments that are key to the generation of jobs, which has become a smashing hit in China grossing 500 million yuan (about USD 76 million) in 13 days topping even Hollywood movies in China.The moviehas created a wave of emotions across China Itis garnering huge accolades from the audience there And Aamir Khan film’s China collections overtook its India collections giving rise to a new trend This for the first time that a Hindi film did better at the box office in a foreign country than in its own country Also read |How Baahubali 2 Dangal are rewriting the rules at the box office It is the content stupid “Last Saturd ay along it created a new record netting 96 million yuan (about USD 15 million)” Prasad Shetty partner of Strategic Alliance a Chinese firm promoting Indian films in China for the past few years told PTI here Aamir himself toured Beijing Shanghai and Chengdu ahead of the release of the film For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Zeenat Tinwala | Pune | Published: February 23 2017 5:13 am Top News At the 2017 civic elections residents had to not just ensure that they voted for the right candidate but also that the ink on their finger stayed on An electoral routine followed by all municipal corporations across the country the ink is meant to mark completion of the voting process by a citizen and most importantly to ensure that an individual does not vote more than once But at some polling booths in the city the ‘indelible’ ink was coming off after a simple handwash or scrubbing Watch What Else Is Making News: Soon social media was abuzz with posts and exchanges of messages on the “vanishing” ink Jyoti Rao a professor who voted from Panel 20 Sant Tukaram Nagar said “I saw someone’s post online about the ink coming off and checked it myself A little handwash and the mark was coming off” Gauri Sahasrabuddhe too experienced the same thing while performing her daily chores “In the afternoon when I came back from voting I went about my daily routine of washing sweeping and mopping Suddenly I realised that the ink had come off completely from the nail and the remaining stain on the skin was fading away” said the voter from Panel 1 Another resident of Baner DVR Rao had a similar experience after someone told him that the ink wipes off completely from the nail According to Sudarshan Nashikrao Jagadale from Panel 9 Balewadi such incidents can act as a deterrent for the voting process “I am a society chairman and I encouraged all the residents in my society to cast their vote But a blunders such as this can make us lose faith in the system and discourage people from voting” he said While there were some who managed to scrub off the ink on the voting day itself people like Revati Bhamare realised it the next day “While bathing in the morning the ink came off with just light scrubbing Probably had I rubbed my finger yesterday it would have come off then as well” said the voter from Baner Deputy Commissioner Satish Kulkarni meanwhile said “After receiving complaints about the ink getting washed off we tried it as well but nothing happened the ink remained The ink used at the voting booths is the same quality that is used across all corporations and zilla parishads” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by New York Times | Published: May 18 2013 12:27 am Related News Gail Collins There is a list of things to do to make his administration look better Lets try to come up with some positive thoughts about the recent political fortunes of the Obama White House: Economys getting a little better Deficits dropping Bill Clinton had a really terrible second term and look how well things turned out for him Nobody in the administration has been caught driving to Canada with Bo the dog strapped to the car roof Its been quite a weekwhat with the IRS scandalthe Benghazi controversy and revelations about the justice departments sweep of Associated Presss phone records Plusthe Russians came up with an alleged American spy in a bad wig who they said was caught carrying a compassan atlas of Moscow and a ridiculous traitor-recruitment letter That one could be a set-upbut if its realthen we are just going to have to cancel the summer Republicans were leaping joyfully through the capital like over-caffeinated gazelles There is not a committee chairman in the House of Representatives who isnt planning hearings of outrage about something Heads must roll Senator James Inhofe announced that people may be starting to use the i-word before too long,the IRS commissioner? during a debate in Parliament, 2012 3:51 am Related News The Indian team? But despite working with Duke Roufus and other top trainers at the Roufusport Martial Arts Academy in Milwaukee for the past year,com For all the latest Mumbai News, Hamid supported the condition for minimum qualification saying.

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Van Ass said.non-invasive and drug-free way to prevent and cure Alzheimer?both men’s and women’s hockey team will be in action.Here’s a look at the detailed India scheduled with times in IST Shooting (Men)10 m Air Rifle (Qualification & Finals)17:30 hrs & 20:30 IST:India’s flag bearer and only individual Olympic gold medallist Abhinav Bindra will be in action along with Gagan Narang in the 10 m Air Rifle event Sandhu and Chenai will continue in the Trap qualifiers [FOLLOW LIVE] Archery (Women)Individual Eliminations19:27IST:Olympic debutant Laxmirani Majhi takes on Slovak Alexandra Longova Field Hockey Men – India vs Germany19:30 IST:In Germany the Indian team will face its first true test at the Olympics A win over the defending champions for the past two editions of the Olympics will do well for PR Sreejesh and Co Women: India vs Great Britain02:30 ISTA day after the Indian eves played fellow Asian outfit Japan they play a stronger opponent in the form of Great Britain ranked seventh in the world SwimmingWomen: 200 m Freestyle heats21:32 IST:18-year-old Shivani Kataria will begin her Olympic campaign swimming in the heats of the 200 m freestyle event Men: 200 m Butterfly heats22:04 IST:Sajan Prakash who won 6 gold and 3 silver medals in the Indian National Games will be India’s sole hope World Watch:Sailing Women’s RS:X07:41 IST: While practicing along the shores of Rio last December windsurfer Marina Alabau fell ill and claimed she had Zika That didn’t stop her from returning here to defend her gold from 2012 Artistic GYMnastics: Men’s Team Final (00:30 hrs): From watching horror movies to simulating roller-coaster rides online the Brits are trying their all to settle their nerves And they will have their work cut out against China and Japan as they try to improve upon their bronze in 2012 Women’s Volleyball: Brazil vs Argentina (07:05 hrs): In their quest to win a third Olympic gold in succession the Brazilian women come up against neighbours Argentina in their second group stage Women’s Rugby: Final (03:30 hrs): The introduction of women’s rugby sevens is not only a game-changer it will also give many like British captain Emily Scarratt a chance to live their Olympic dream Michael Phelps:Before he even gets his fifth Olympics going with the 200 m butterfly heats Michael Phelps’ magical record already boasts of 22 Olympic medals – 18 gold What’s more the most successful Olympian in history is expected to increase that tally at Rio Men’s 200 m butterfly heats:22:04 HRSKim Woo-Jin Archer: The South Korean wasted no time in setting a new world record in the men’s individual ranking event shooting a score of 700 in the 72-arrow round to break his compatriot Im Dong-Hyun’s record of 699 from London 2012 Now his eyes are all set on the gold Men’s Individual Eliminations (Archery): 20:06 HRS:Ibtihaj Muhammad (USA) Fencer-Sabre –First American to don a hijab at the Olympics Vocal critic of Trump’s hate speeches Runs her own fashion line Gave fencing lessons to the First Lady No2 in the US team Among Time’s 100 most influential people (18:30 hrs) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by K Srinath Reddy | Published: August 19 2010 2:00 am Related News Barely a year after the national panic over the H1N1 virusa superbug has now hit the headlinesraising concerns and controversy The anger over an advisory against medical tourism to Indiawhich was the sting in the tail of the Lancet article on the issuehas obfuscated the relevant public health question We would like to sift science from sensationwhile dissenting from the political overtones of that article The Lancet article reports that some of the enterobacteriace (which reside in gut flora) have become resistant to carbapenemsa powerful group of broad spectrum antibiotics Since this bacterial enzyme was supposedly first described in a Swedish patient who had traveled to Indiait was named New Delhi metallo-beta-lactamaseor NDM-1 Antibiotic Resistance Is A Growing Global Concern: Resistance to many antibioticsamong many bacterial specieshas been reported from around the world Even in enterobacteriaceresistance due to NDM-1 as well as other mechanisms has been reported in many countries In Greecefor example klebsiella pneumoniae (one of the enterobacteriace family) has been reported to have 46 per cent to 63 per cent resistance rates for several high grade antibioticsincluding carbapenems Bacterial resistance to antibiotics is an evolutionary phenomenon The more the bacteria are challenged by antibioticsthe more the bacteria will evolve to beat them It is not surprisingthereforethat many of the antibiotic resistant strains first emerge in developed countriessince new antibiotics are initially tried out for several years in those countriesbefore they reach other markets In developing countriesthe problem is compounded by inappropriate prescribing practices (in the absence of monitored guidelines)extensive over-the-counter salesself-medication and poor adherence to a full-course regimen As the number of new antibiotics coming out of the research and development pathway is very limitedglobal concerns mount as new resistant bacterial strains emerge Why should India be concerned : More than any potential adverse effect on medical tourismwe should be concerned about the likely spread of multi-drug-resistant bacterial strains (including NDM-1) among our population The Lancet study reported that 1 per cent of the isolates from Chennai and 13 per cent of the isolates from Haryana contained these strains An earlier study from the Hinduja Hospital in Mumbai reported that 22 out of 24 carbapenem resistant isolates exhibited NDM-1 Even though these studies are not representative of all of India or even of the hospitals in a particular regionhaving been limited to a few select hospitalsthe potential for spread should be a cause for concern Strains containing the NDM-1 gene are more easily transmissible than the other pathways of carbapenem resistancebecause of the way the genetic information is carried in the cell The widespread presence of enterobacteria and the easy transmissibility of this resistance gene can lead to serious infectionsespecially in immunocompromised individuals and in hospital settingsif timely measures are not taken for surveillanceinfection prevention and control What do we need to do Our response should integrate infection surveillanceprevention and control strategies as well as regulation of antibiotic use Hospital and community-based infection surveillance sites should be set up in different regions of India to monitor infection ratesbacterial types and resistance patterns Prevention practices like handwashing should be promoted among the general public as well as health personnel Hospital waste disposal systems should be scrutinised and strengthened All health care facilities should be certified for meeting infection control standards Antibiotic prescriptions should be as per approved and periodically updated guidelines issued by professional experts identified by the government Since antibiotic use is also in widespread in veterinary medicine as well as livestock breedingsurveillance and regulatory systems must cover both human and animal populations A competent agencyakin to the Health Protection Agency of UKshould be set up in India to deal with the guidelines and regulatory aspects of infection control Pharmacists should be monitoredto curb over-the-counter antibiotic sales for unapproved indications No time for finger pointing: Virtually all countries have weaknesses to contend within the area of infection control Even in the UKa study in 2006 revealed that only 12 per cent of hospital personnel washed their hands both before and after examining a patient with methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)which was a deadly threat in UK at that time The practice of naming bacteria after the place of their first isolation or supposed origin needs to be done away with With bacteria all over the world evolving to become resistant to new antibioticsthere can be no certainty as to where a resistant strain emerged first only the serendipity of first reported isolation Where the study is weak: It is true that the sampling design is one of convenience and is not representative of different regions of India or types of hospitals Neverthelessthe identification of easily transmissible resistant strains anywhere calls for prompt public health action The studyhoweveroverreaches when it concludes that there is a high risk of UK citizens coming to India for medical treatment acquiring multi-drug resistant infections That cannot be based on 14 patients with a history of hospitalisation in India for 12 different conditions Without knowing the total number of persons from UK who were hospitalised for treatment in India during this periodwe do not know whether these 14 constituted a very small fraction or a large fraction The authors do not provide data to compare the multi-drug resistant bacterial infection rates in British medical visitors to India versus rates for similar hospitalisation in UK during the same period Even if the UK health authorities were concerned about potential exposure of persons from UK to antibiotic-resistant bacteria in Indiathe concluding paragraph was out of place in an article with multi-country authorshippublished in an international journal Howeverresentment about these gratuitous remarks on medical tourism should not blind us to the need for serious national efforts for prevention of both infections and antibiotic resistance The health of a billion-plus Indians matters much more than whether some foreigners will come to India for medical value travel.Khardungla.

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