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For all the latest Sports News,for the poor?IESeptember 27) Howeverone sincerely doubts whether the free-market economics the writer describes (large marketleading to many players and hence lowering of prices) will work out in this context As rightly mentioneda one-to-one correspondence is often required by MFIs Traditionallyinitiatives in these sectors have failed because of a lack of infrastructure and other communication facilities Itll be some time before this sector opens up in a true sense andtill thenthe government will be loathe to let market players decide interest rates Of coursethe ceiling method should never be used to determine what rates MFIs set At the same timethere should be some semblance of a limit for these businessesas exist for other organisations in the public domain Govindraj Umarji Mumbai Whats soft power Its quite baffling to see a legion of writers and journalists think that Indias so-called soft power will create an ocean of goodwill everywhere Do they expect mediocre Bollywood movies and lousy soap operas to produce the desired effectIts not as if China is walking in and bullying people with the carrot and stick policy China is also an equally ancient civilisation and is surely buttressing its hardcore investments with cultural bonding too India has already missed the bus in Africa and this is being repeated elsewhere Part of the reason lies in our myopic view of people of other races and cultures Anoop H Bangalore For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vishwas Waghmode | Mumbai | Published: June 30 2016 1:02 am Top News In order to help relatives opt for cadaver donations when a near one has passed away the civic body is considering a proposal to introduce facilities for all organ transplants and harvesting under one roof at Sion hospital As per the proposal the Lokmanya Tilak Municipal General Hospital in Sion which houses the civic body’s super specialty trauma centre sees the most number of cases of brain deaths “But at this trauma centre a special team of doctors deals only with transplants of kidneys” said Dr Saeeda Khan an NCP corporator from Kurla who moved the proposal Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Khan further said the relatives of the patients have to run from pillar to post to complete procedures including a post-mortem sometimes “So it would be right to start a centre for the transplant of heart lungs liver with others at Sion hospital as it receives most number of brain-dead patients There is no such facility available in civic hospitals” explained Khan Currently the third and fourth floor of the hospital is vacant which could be used to start a new centre for all transplants After the cadaver donations the autopsy can be conducted in the hospital and relatives would not need to run anywhere said Khan There are such facilities available in private hospitals in the city but such facilities in civic-run hospitals are not available said a civic official The official further said there is zonal transplant coordination committee which looks after all this So we will see what can be done about this the official added Have a comment or suggestion for Emergency Room Write to [email protected] with subjectline: Emergency Room For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Haridwar | Updated: November 21 2016 9:23 pm Sarjubala staved off a spirited challenge from Rebecca Lal to enter the quarterfinals (Source: OGQ) Top News World Championships silver-medallist Sonia Lather was knocked out following a stunning second-round loss but other international medallists pulled off comfortable wins to advance to the quarterfinals of the National Women’s Boxing Championships Sonia (57kg) representing Railways Sports Promotion Board (RSPB) was outwitted 1-2 by Uttarakhand’s Kamla Bist who is also pursuing a coaching diploma from the National Institute of Sports in Patiala Sonia’s loss was the biggest upset of the tournament which is largely playing out to expectations The former Asian silver-medallist delivered a good performance but could not get judges’ nod against her equally aggressive rival In other results former World Championships silver-medallist Sarjubala staved off a spirited challenge from Mizoram’s Rebecca Lal to enter the quarterfinals Sarjubala competing for Manipur in the light flyweight (51kg) category edged past Rebecca via a split decision of 2-1 after an engrossing four-rounder that pushed the gold medal favourite quite hard A tempo boxer who prefers to go all out from the very first round Sarjubala was matched punch-for-punch by Rebecca but her failure to sustain the intensity gave Sarjubala the victory The former junior World Championship silver-medallist will be up against Delhi’s Pooja Tokas who outpunched Tamil Nadu’s K Nivedita 3-0 Another former World Championships silver-medallist Saweety Boora (81kg) who is representing Haryana had no trouble sailing past Punjab’s Ninderjeet Kaur 3-0 Saweety also an Asian Championships silver-medallist was in fine rhythm and displayed some excellent footwork Despite being shorter in height Saweety managed to dominate her rival with some precisely-connected uppercuts to the body It was smooth sailing for former junior World Champion Nikhat Zareen (51kg) too She hardly broke a sweat in her contest against Rajasthan’s Jyoti and won comprehensively The Telangana girl put up a dominating performance to prevail 3-0 in the contest and set up a clash with Assam’s Manju Basumatry Basumatry got the better of All India Police’s Anjali Mehta Also making the last-eight stage was former Asian silver-medallist Pavitra (64kg) She scored a Technical Knockout in the third round of her pre-quarterfinal bout against local favourite Nivedita Pavitra will square off against Punjab’s Simranjeet Kaur in the quarterfinals tomorrow Manipur’s Sandhya Rani who had upstaged two-time World Championships bronze-medallist Chhoto Laura in the opening round yesterday continued her fine form to enter quarters She defeated Rajasthan’s Neha Bhambu via a Technical Knockout in the third round of her pre-quarterfinal contest For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shubhangi Khapre | Nagpur | Published: December 12 2016 4:38 am Top News CM Devendra Fadnavis (Express Photo by Nirmal Harindran) Buoyed with its success in the first phase of local body polls the BJP has launched a strong offensive against the Congress-NCP for the second centering its campaign on anti-corruption and developmental planks Bastions of some of the Opposition heavyweights such as the Pawar family’s Baramati and Amit Deshmukh’s constituency Latur are set to elect their local bodies’ representatives Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis out campaigning in Aurangabad Latur Pune Baramati Gangapur Ausa etc has harped on the anti-corruption plank “Municipal councils cannot become the centres of wheeling-dealing and awarding contracts to the politically high and mighty The rampant corruption in the municipal councils will have to be firmly uprooted to bring greater accountability and responsibility in the administration The municipal councils cannot become epicentres of corruption” Fadnavis said Watch What Else is Making News In the first phase of 164 municipal council and nagar panchayat elections the BJP has taken a clear lead beating the Congress the NCP and the Shiv Sena “The success rate of 80 per cent in the first phase was very encouraging It was unprecedented for the party as there were some districts where we got a breakthrough after 40 years” Fadnavis acknowledged The chief minister also defended the Centre’s demonetisation decision Claiming that the demonetisation would prove advantageous to the unorganised sectors and farmers by protecting them against exploitation from the rich and powerful he said “Economic reforms are linked to the social upliftment of the poor Maharashtra will be a leading state in the fight against corruption and in bringing greater transparency to the system” On the development front the chief minister spoke of issues such as affordable housing pollution tacking solid waste management complete with sewage treatment plants and projects such as smart cities and smart villages For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top Newsincluding the killing of Osama bin Laden. Pointing to al-Qaedas growing presence beyond the Af-Pak regionRomney insisted that drones are no substitute for a national security strategy in the Middle East. Abe outlined the broad framework for a strong strategic partnership with India… He achieved the near impossible by getting the Japanese bureaucratic establishment to negotiate a civil nuclear cooperation agreement with India and the political class to approve it… On his part, (With inputs from Tuhin Dutta in Gurgaon) For all the latest Delhi News, For all the latest Chandigarh News, our child’s privacy during this time, police said.

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