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Doctors say that 90 per cent cases can be prevented by timely treatment. download Indian Express App More Related NewsLos Angeles | Published: January 4, SAFAR, based its findings on a detailed study of air quality,sources of emissions and meteorological conditions which prevailed in the national capital during this period As compared to emissions from fireworks in 2016 the dip was significant: 50 per cent on 19 October the Diwali night; 25 per cent on 20 October when pollution peaked and 45 per cent on 21 October SAFAR (System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research) said in its report File image of pollution in Delhi PTI But if less firecrackers were burnt what explains the fact that air quality turned "severe" for the first time in 2017 a day after Diwali The amount of PM25 an ultrafine particulate measuring less than 20 times the width of a human hair recorded by SAFAR during the period went like this: 18 October -136 19 October- 174 20 October-407 21 October- 203 and 22 October – 139 micrograms per cubic metre (ug/m3) The 24-hour safe standard is 60 (ug/m3) SAFAR project director Gufran Beig explained that reduction in emissions from a particular source and reduction in levels of pollution are not linearly related or directly proportional He said that "incredible" amount of fireworks despite the relative reduction on Diwali night led to trapping of smoke in the air and a rapid build-up of pollutants especially between midnight and 4 am on 20 October aided by a fall in temperature and lowering of mixing height (where air and suspended particulates mix) "Emissions slow down local wind movement as the air becomes heavy It’s like the heaviness in the air one feels in a room when the number of occupants go up say from five to 20 But subsequently the air cleaned up faster this time due to warmer temperature and dry conditions "The ban on crackers certainly had an impact The days that preceded and followed Diwali saw restraint from people Usually crackers are set off before and after the actual night of festivities as well The real impact could be seen on 20 October" Beig said He said the post-Diwali air had also been good as compared to last year as the smoke from stubble burning regions in Punjab and Haryana had not reached Delhi because of the wind direction which was not the case last year resulting in the worst smog episode that the city witnessed in nearlytwo decades External contributions such as stubble burning did not exceed 10 per cent of the total pollution load during this period the SAFAR report said The study factored in the observed meteorological data including wind speed wind direction satellite estimate of stubble burning emissions among other factors it said New Delhi:India is home to the largest number of malnourished children in the world a report said on Wednesday advocating that the country needs to frame policies with a focus on reducing health and social inequities Representational image Reuters "Over the decade (2005-15) there has been an overall reduction in the infant mortality rate and under-five mortality rate in India yet the country is housing about 50 percent of undernourished children of the world" said the joint study by Assocham and EY The report found that towards the end of 2015 40 percent of the Indian children were undernourished On the other hand it pointed out that urban India is faced with the challenge of over nutrition India is ranked as the third most obese nation in the world after the US and China and also the diabetes capital of the world with about 692 million people living with it as per the 2015 data by World Health Organisation said the report "About 37 percent of our under-five children are underweight 39 percent are stunted (low height-for-age) 21 percent are wasted (low weight-for-height) and 8 percent are severely acutely malnourished" said the study While the percentage of stunted children under five reduced from 48 percent in 2005-06 to 39 percent in 2015-16 the percentage of children who are wasted increased slightly from 198 percent to 21 percent according to the report Moreover the prevalence of underweight children was higher (38 percent) in rural areas compared to urban cities (29 percent) "Only about 10 percent children under the age 6-23 months were reported to receive an adequate diet This inequality in access is accentuated by the stark state level disparity in nutritional status" observed the study findings In the age bracket of 1-5 years the prevalence of underweight children ranged from 42 percent in Jharkhand followed by Bihar Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh with 37 per cent 36 percent and 341 percent respectively to 141 percent in Manipur The report found that the prevalence of stunting ranged from 504 percent in UP to 194 percent in Kerala Arunachal Pradesh had the highest levels of wasting at 19 percent and Sikkim had the lowest level with 5 percent "The policies need to focus on reducing health and social inequities within populations raising educational attainment and providing WASH facilities as well as secured jobs to ensure access to services Programmes and policies that aim to address this nutrition burden present a double-win situation" said the report in its recommendations India continues to consume non-nutritious non-balanced food either in the form of under nutrition over nutrition or micronutrient deficiencies according to the report It said the availability of nutritious food in markets plays an equally significant role in motivating the community to make the right choices New Delhi: Soon after taking charge as the Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday launched a frontal attack on the BJP accusing it of spreading hatred and alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was taking India back to medieval times File image of Rahul Gandhi Reuters Gandhi said the BJP is "fighting for itself" while the Congress is "fighting for everyone" in the country The Congress chief said he wanted the party to be an instrument of dialogue with people from all corners of the country "all religions all ethnicities all ages and gender and for our dialogue to be led by love and affection" He lamented that politics "was being used today to crush the people and not lift them up" "The BJP is spreading hatred and communalism. they break while we unite They ignite fire we douse it" Gandhi said "The Congress took India into 21st century while the prime minister today is taking us backwards to medieval past when people are butchered because of who they are beaten for what they believe and killed for what they eat" he alleged "This ugly violence shames us in the world" he said in his first address to party men after taking over as the Congress president 47-year-old Rahul Gandhi took charge of the Congress in the presence of his mother and outgoing president Sonia Gandhi sister Priyanka Gandhi-Vadra her husband Robert Vadra former prime minister Manmohan Singh and other senior party leaders Reaching out to the youth he said as "it is stated that the Congress is a grand old party we will make it a grand old and young party.we will fight all hatred with love" Rahul Gandhi said the Congress party is like a family to him and vowed to take it forward New Delhi: The BJP on Friday refused to accept any new demand from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and said it is not possible to form a government in Jammu and Kashmir on conditions "We are not ready to accept any new demand Whatever expectations are there would be possibly fulfilled only after formation of a government" BJP general secreatary Ram Madhav told reporters here Ram Madhav PTI "It’s not possible to form government on conditions" he added He spoke a day after PDP leader Mehbooba Mufti met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi IANS New Delhi: A major fire broke out at a hospital in east Delhi’s Preet Vihar on Saturday and 92 patients were evacuated from the building officials said Some patients suffered minor injuries in the fire that broke out on the second floor of the Metro Hospital and Cancer Institute the police said "The fire broke out on the second floor of the hospital When I arrived the hospital I saw smoke coming out from that floor" a hospital official told PTI Representational image PTI "We immediately evacuated all patients and staff Of the 92 patients admitted in the hospital 43 were sent to Metro Hospital in Noida while others were moved to Max Patparganj and government hospitals nearby" the official said He said everyone was evacuated from the five-storeyed building and no casualty or major injury was reported At the time of the incident 240 staffers were present in the hospital The fire started in an air conditioning vent and then spread to other floors a senior police officer said A senior officer of Delhi Fire Services said a call was received at 320 pmalerting them about the blaze which intensified in the next 20 minutes Twelve fire tenders were rushed to the spot he said "But it was controlled by 415 pm and completely doused by 450 pm" the official said Cooling operation was underway the police said adding that some patients suffered minor injuries in the incident The fire department official said that nearly 51 persons including 40 patients were evacuated by the firefighters using a hydraulic lift The others who were stuck there were evacuated by the time the firefighters reached the spot The cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained the police said adding it is suspected that a short-circuit triggered the blaze The fire department will submit a preliminary report to the district administration following which the exact reason of the fire would be known a senior police officer said Written by Srinath Rao | Mumbai | Published: July 19 2017 2:15 am Police said Manmath had left his home at Bel Haven building near Marine Lines at 7 am telling his parents that he was going to meet a friend who lived in a Napean Sea Road locality At 730 am the police control room was informed that a person had fallen from the top of the 20-storey Dariya Mahal building on Napean Sea Road Top News The 18-year-old son of a top bureaucrat couple in the state was found dead in south Mumbai early Tuesday morning The body of Manmath Mhaiskar who had recently cleared Class 12 in Arts Faculty from St Xavier’s College was found next to a highrise on Napean Sea Road Police said Manmath had left his home at Bel Haven building near Marine Lines at 7 am telling his parents that he was going to meet a friend who lived in a Napean Sea Road locality At 730 am the police control room was informed that a person had fallen from the top of the 20-storey Dariya Mahal building on Napean Sea Road A statement issued by the police said the body was identified as that of Manmath son of Manisha Mhaiskar Principal Secretary Urban Development and Milind Mhaiskar Chief Executive Officer Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) Police said the body was taken to J J Hospital where a post-mortem was conducted According to Dr T P Lahane Dean J J Hospital Manmath died of head injuries due to the fall By afternoon his body was directly taken from the hospital’s mortuary to the Chandanwadi crematorium The police said Manmath had gone to meet a friend living on the 20th floor of Dariya Mahal The duo and another friend planned to go to the nearby Priyadarshini Park later A guard at the building said that Manmath had arrived in a taxi and gone straight into the elevator Security guards knew him since he used to visit the building frequently A security guard at Dariya Mahal said when Manmath reached the 20th floor he climbed the stairs to the terrace instead of turning right on the corridor to go to his friend’s home “The boys would often sit on the roof of the water tank on the terrace” said the guard A police officer who visited the building on Tuesday said Manmath used a ladder to climb onto the top of the tank “It was windy and raining heavily in the morning So we are not sure what happened on the terrace Manmath was alone there” he said After Manmath fell his body was spotted by a guard who called the police “The shift of the security guards who let him in was over by then The guards who found the body did not recognise him It was only when the chaos attracted other building residents downstairs that his friend rushed there and identified him” said the officer Manmath’s backpack containing his cellphone and photo identity cards were found on the roof of the water tank the police said The Malabar Hill police station has registered a case of accidental death and is investigating the circumstances that led to Manmath’s death “We do not know whether he jumped or fell Manmath’s parents and friends are in a state of shock and in no position to record statements We are going through the CCTV footage of the building and looking through his phone records for clues” said a senior police officer A former student of G D Somani School at Cuffe Parade Manmath was a fan of television show Game of Thrones and football club Real Madrid his Facebook posts indicated He had secured admission at Pune’s Symbiosis Law School in the Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Legislative Laws (BBA LLB) course He had started the term there on July 3 and had come home for a few days to visit his parents For all the latest Cities News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Hyderabad | Published: December 26 2016 6:44 pm Shah Rukh Khan encouraged young students to listen to their heart and do what they like to avoid regrets about career choice later in life Top News Superstar Shah Rukh Khan today encouraged young students to listen to their heart and do what they like to avoid regrets about career choice later in life “When you become a person of my age or your parents’ age or your teachers’ age somewhere that regret will be there that why I did not do that (as a career) I just want to tell every boy and girl that do where your heart is” he said Shah Rukh had a pep talk with students of Maulana Azad National Urdu University here where he was conferred an honorary doctorate for his contribution towards promotion of Urdu language and culture The actor recalled that his (late) father though financially not so well-off taught him various things in life “He used to play chess with the head priest of a Hanuman temple” he said The 51-year-old actor said the lessons he was taught included how to work with others and that one has to step back sometimes to move ahead in life “Nobody is small You have to respect all” he said “He gave me a typewriter You have to be very diligent in typing When I learnt typing I realised that practice makes you perfect Whatever you do in life do it with diligence as if it is the last chance to do it” he said Shah Rukh said his father told him to retain a sense of humour and childlike innocence “Life will be better if you look at things with a sense of humour” he said Observing that creative expression in any form would be a good outlet for one’s feelings he said such a habit would give solace in times of feeling lonely “I am a bad poet But I still write something…When I write I get peace” he said The actor also suggested the students to respect and enjoy the gift of life through good or bad times Earlier Chancellor Zafar Sareshwala conferred the ‘honoris causa’ (doctor of letters) on Khan and Rekhta Foundation founder Sanjiv Saraf at the sixth convocation of the university for their contribution in the promotion of Urdu language and culture Expressing happiness on being conferred the honorary doctorate Khan said the honour would make his father happy as he was a freedom fighter and held Maulana Azad and also education in high esteem The actor said he would try to live up to the responsibility bestowed on him For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsJammu: Hours after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement on Balochistan and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) the Jammu and Kashmir unit of the BJP said on Friday called for "moral political and financial" support to the "freedom movement" in PoK "Provide moral political and financial support to the freedom movement in PoK" BJP state spokesperson Brigadier Anil Gupta said He welcomed Modi’s remarks that PoK is a part of Jammu and Kashmir and the process of dialogue must be initiated with expatriates all over the world from the region A file photo of PM Modi AFP Gupta claimed that since the announcement of the results of the recently held "rigged" elections the slogan of ‘azadi’ (freedom) has been reverberating in PoK and widespread protests going on in all the major towns such as Muzaffarabad Mirpur Chinari and Kotli "The protests are spontaneous and an expression of disgust and anger over the atrocities committed by the federal government and the Pakistani army In fact the people of Gilgit-Baltistan also part of Jammu and Kashmir too have revolted against exploitation and repression by Pakistan" he said adding that the residents of these regions have also expressed their anger over the "massive" presence of Chinese people there "Since PoK including Gilgit-Baltistan is part of Jammu and Kashmir India is well within its right to provide moral political and financial support to the people there to help them in their just struggle for freedom from Pakistan which has been illegally occupying these areas since 1948" said Gupta He also welcomed the statement of the Prime Minister that Pakistan needs to be exposed globally by highlighting its atrocities in PoK and Balochistan and claimed that by stating that talks will be held with all the stakeholders on Kashmir Modi has allayed the fears of the people of Jammu and Ladakh Srinagar: Amid protests by the NC and the Congress the Jammu and Kashmir assembly today adopted a resolution for implementing the GST in the state With this all the states have implemented the Goods and Services Tax The resolution moved by state Finance Minister Haseeb Drabu was adopted through a presidential order calling on the Centre to safeguard the special status and exclusive taxation powers of the state He said Article 370 of the constitution is not compromised in any way through this presidential order After two days of discussions the resolution was adopted by a voice vote even as the National Conference the Congress the CPI(M) and an Independent MLA protested against implementing the new indirect tax regime in the state in its present form Earlier replying to the debate Drabu said the resolution calls upon the Centre to implement the GST in the state while incorporating safeguards for protecting its special status and exclusive taxation powers J&K Finance Minister Haseeb Drabu PTI "We will appeal argue debate and discuss with the Government of India as a matter of principle section 5 of the J-K constitution which gives us exclusive powers of taxation shall be protected" he read from the draft of the resolution "The GSTN council will not be a way to subvert the process and enough safeguards will be built as regards the state of Jammu and Kashmir empowering the representatives of Jammu and Kashmir and bringing in under the ambit of Article 370" Drabu said He said the business activity in the state had dropped to almost 50 percent due to non-implementation of the GST after the new regime was rolled out in the rest of the country on 1 July causing losses to the state exchequer Giving comparative data the finance minister said while 2000 truckloads of goods were imported on 4 July last year only 1000 truckloads were imported on the day this year He said export of goods from the state has also dropped from 300 on this day last year to 150 this year a 50 percent decline in trade On the revenue earned by the state Drabu said it had dropped from Rs 82 crore on 4 July last year to Rs 40 crore yesterday "This shows that business and trade in Jammu and Kashmir cannot function without the GST" he said Responding to the opposition charges the finance minister said there was no compulsion on the government to bring a resolution in the Assembly on the GST but it was done as part of "restoration of a process" "If the GST overwrites Article 370 (of the Indian constitution) or section 5 (of the J-K constitution) I will not come back to this House" Drabu said
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