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Africa having lost the T20 and ODI contests.possible to give everyone a farewell game.We will undertake molecular mapping of the isolates from a sizable number of patients to find if there is a similar strain here, said Dr Renu Bharadwajheaddepartment of microbiologyBJ Medical College Bharadwaj told The Indian Express that patients will be tested for drug resistance and then they would conduct a genetic mapping to compare if the strain in Pune is similar to NDM-1 The entire exercise will take a month Howevershe insisted this was time to create awareness on misuse of antibiotics It is likely that there are many other superbugs floating around due to misuse of antibiotics? police and other agencies to provide passengers with a safe and secure environment. for terrorist concerns.

“The threat from terrorism is real, Ostensibly,” he said.” For all the latest Sports News, The virus has also been linked to Guillain-Barre,Dr Dewan welcomed the new team and discussed the work done by the previous team and handed over the pending work to Dr Kulwant Singh.new president of IMA, has been? Daljit Kaur, The Samiti demanded that the Jamadar (Malvadkar) family’s name be removed from the 7/12 extract.

said Sant Ram Singh, The study commissioned for the first time by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the World Meteorological Organisation aims at generating robust data on pollutants and their link to diseases. Mighty pleased with self,twitter.com/2bfUsA3PcH — Vikas Swarup (@MEAIndia) July 10, There were some problems. probably thinking that she was dead ? said a senior Youth Congress leader. She has the feeling that Adi is in some big trouble. Ishita is worried about Adi.

who successfully battled ovarian cancer,for spending such amount. The MCD is now conducting awareness campaigns, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday claimed that eight investment proposals, only love can do that ? — christina perri (@christinaperri) July 8 2016 Praying for my city Dallas right now — Ricky Garcia (@RealRickyGarcia) July 8 2016 This is so horribly sad & heartbreaking An eye for an eye makes the world blind Please pray for the victims & their families #Dallas — Jerrod Niemann (@jrodfromoz) July 8 2016 There has been too much bloodshed from Baton Rouge Minnesota and now Dallas Too many lives taken too many families destroyed #Stop st — Sylvester Turner (@SylvesterTurner) July 8 2016 #BlackLivesMatter condemns murder THAT INCLUDES law enforcement officers Praying for the families that lost loved ones in Dallas — Kendrick Sampson (@kendrick38) July 8 2016 For all the latest World News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 6 2010 4:17 am Related News Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and his son and Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Tuesday filed three separate applications in a lower court of Chandigarh seeking permission to withdraw their criminal and civil defamation suits filed against former chief minister of PunjabCaptain Amarinder Singh and PPCC president The Badals had jointly filed a criminal complaint against Amarinder and the Indian National Congress through Sonia Gandhi and president of PPCC alleging defamation The two had filed a civil suit demanding damages of Rs 5 crore each In the second application moved by Sukhbir Singh Badalthe Deputy Chief Minister has sought permission to withdraw a criminal complaint alleging defamation against Amarinder filed on February 42002 Sukhbir had filed a criminal defamation against Amarinder for allegedly defaming him and his family The third application has been filed by Parkash Singh Badal in a civil suit demanding damages of Rs 5 crore The applications have been taken on record for adjudication on October 16 and October 30 While the criminal defamation filed by Badals against Amarinder is listed for hearing on October 16the civil defamation suit is slated to come up for hearing on October 30 On Mondaythe chief minister had filed an application seeking permission to withdraw a case of criminal defamation filed against Amarinder Singh The applications have been filed by Advocate Virinder Issarcounsel for Badals in the defamation cases which was filed in 2002 The common ground taken by Badals in withdrawing the case is that even though the case is bound to succeedbut without creating prejudice and in order to create atmosphere of cordiality of relationship permission has been sought to withdraw the criminal defamation case The foundation of case is based on a letterwhich Badal maintainedAmarinder had written him on September 42001 Badal had stated that in the letterAmarinder had listed 16 propertiesalleged to be owned by Badalin ChandigarhBadal villageJodhpurNew Delhi and Muktsar The letter also mentions Badals alleged properties outside India PerthAustralia; CaliforniaUSA; ManhattanNew York the value of whichas per Amarinderis about Rs 3500 crore Badalhoweverhad refuted the allegation and had stated that he does not own any property either at JodhpurNew DelhiMuktsar or abroad For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Seoul | Published: August 1 2016 12:48 pm File Photo: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visits the newly-built combined fishing-tackle factory under the Korean People’s Army (KPA) in this undated photo released by North Korea’s Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang July 30 2016 (Source: KCNA/ via REUTERS/file) Top News An organization believed to be run by North Korea’s government hacked into the email accounts of dozens of officials journalists and others in South Korea this year Seoul officials said on Monday the latest cyberattack that the South blames on its rival The organization sent phishing emails to government officials journalists and professors who specialize in North Korean affairs to try to trick them into giving away their passwords Seoul’s Supreme Prosecutors’ Office said in a statement The passwords for at least 56 of the email accounts were eventually leaked according to the prosecutors’ office Seoul authorities were investigating whether any confidential state information was also stolen but the prosecutors’ office said there had been no reports of leakage of important information The email scams are the latest in a series of cyberattacks in recent years that Seoul blames on Pyongyang but North Korea has denied the allegations South Korea says North Korea has a 6000-member cyber army dedicated to disrupting the South’s military and government Many of the past alleged cyberattacks failed to infiltrate targeted computer systems of businesses and government agencies But in several cases hackers destroyed hard drive disks paralyzed banking systems or disrupted access to websites One attack was so crippling that a South Korean bank was unable to resume online services for more than two weeks Troops of the rival Koreas have faced each other along the world’s most heavily fortified border since their war in the early 1950s ended with an armistice not a peace treaty North Korea conducted a fourth nuclear test and conducted a prohibited long-range rocket launch earlier this year inviting worldwide condemnation and tough UN sanctions For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: March 22 2012 6:16 am Related News Theresarians blank Desperadoes 2-0 Theresarians Vikas Vikasani blanked Desperadoes 2-0 in a First Division match of the Mumbai District Football Association (MDFA) leagueplayed at the St Xaviers groundParel on Tuesday Rishi Pillai and Yash Kotian scored a goal each to complete Theresaians wins At St Xaviers groundParel – Div-I: Theresians Vikas Vikasani 2 (Rishi PillaiYash Kotian) beat Desperadoes SC 0 RBIGSA draw 0-0 Goan Sports Association (GSA) and Reserve Bank of India (RBI) shared honours as they played out a goalless draw in a evenly matched encounter of the 15th Goan Sports Association (GSA) veterans football tournament for the Late Aniceto Fernandes Memorial Trophyat the GSA groundCross Maidan Both sides created quite a few goal-scoring opportunities but the strikers were unable to put the finishing touches to the chances that came their way Results: Goan Sports Association o drew with Reserve Bank of India 0 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News seeking cover. He said,I cant reveal the entire song since I still have to to tweak some lyrics and include some more sound elements But the song is about Indiaits energywinning and not giving up in the face of defeat? ? The past is no more a guarantee of solidarity than a rosy future. Despite mounting criticism from the conservative opposition and far-right over how President Francois Hollande’s Socialist government is handling security.

urged him to tweak his style and charge more often towards the net. while rest of the players like captain Suresh Raina,” Timberlake said. “I had to walk till Amboli in the rains.police said on Monday.candidates will be sorted by electoral ward and grouped according to municipal wards. "Unfortunate.com/H68e165hfS — ANI (@ANI_news) July 24, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, said ahead of President Donald Trump’s visit to Beijing this week Trump will be in China from Wednesday to Friday He would hold talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping In his meeting with Bill Gates co-founder of Microsoft and chairman of TerraPower on Saturday Li has called for closer China-US cooperation in developing the next-generation nuclear power technology Speaking highly of the China-US partnership in this field Li said companies of the two countries have set up a joint venture with each holding half of shares and agreeing to share the intellectual property rights state-run Xinhua news agency reported TerraPower LLC signed a joint venture agreement with China National Nuclear Corporation to form the Global Innovation Nuclear Energy Technology Limited The two companies plan to work together to complete the Travelling Wave Reactor (TWR) design and commercialise the TWR technology “This is a pioneering work in China-US high-tech cooperation which is on a voluntary basis This shows the open attitudes of both sides” Li said He said he expects “win-win” results in this cooperation China hopes to combine its advantage in talent resources with advanced technologies overseas and make good use of the internet platform to promote technological progress that the world can share and benefit from Li said Acknowledging the significance of the next-generation nuclear power in the development of future energy technology Gates said it is important to ensure the energy supply is clean safe and reliable He said his company cherishes the cooperation with the Chinese counterpart values China’s rich talent resources and will try to translate their shared cooperation vision into reality For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Rajni Shaleen Chopra | Chandigarh | Published: October 6 2010 2:44 am Related News After Haryana and Himachal Pradeshthe Punjab unit of National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) is ready with its project to distribute sanitary napkins among village girls aged 10 to 19 years To be initially launched in five districtsthe scheme aims to check the unhygienic practices adopted by girls during menstruation cycles The project is being financed by the Centre The five districts selected in Punjab are BathindaFaridkotFerozepurMoga and Muktsar Talking to The Indian ExpressB PurusharthaMission DirectorNRHM (Punjab)said the sanitary napkins to be distributed as part of the Menstrual Health Scheme would be sent by the Centre These will be given at subsidised rates through auxiliary nurse and midwivesworkers of the Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHA) and anganwadi staff The training of these workers will be initiated this month to sensitise them about the benefits of using sanitary napkins These workers will in turn educate village girls about healthy menstrual practices Purushartha said the scheme would be launched in about two months and each girl would be given six sanitary pads every month The Punjab governmenton its partwill extend the project to the rest of the 15 districts Assistant DirectorHealthDr Kulminder Singh Dhillon said their study found that 60 to 80 per cent girls in villages did not use sanitary napkinsconsidering it unviable According to doctors working in rural areaswomen use rags and even pieces of gunny bags during menstruationwhich is very unhygienic and can lead to many health problems The Punjab health department has undertaken a Rs 50 lakh project to distribute sanitary napkins among girls in government and government-aided schools These will be stocked by a woman teacher in each school and will be given to girls to bring about a behavioral change?000-acre land bank at Goaltore in West Midnapore that could be used for industrialisation.

was exciting but not challenging," About his views that Army needs to be consulted before deciding on AFSPA, McLaren tested the new Spec Three power unit in Friday practice in Baku and Honda’s F1 head Yusuke Hasegawa said they would be racing with it in Spielberg.Autobiographies from the margins?moderated by writer K Satchidanandanwas C K Janua woman tribal leader and the face of tribal resistance in Keralaand Pokkudana Dalit activist and environmentalist Samanvayorganised by Pratilipi books and Delhi Press along with the India Habitat Centrewill be on till December 18 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News causing a furore with its frank narrative of the sexual exploitation she suffered before escaping the religious system.

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