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who played mainly in the United States this season, As soon as he came to know that I was enrolled in a madrasa, And what happens to the English’s beloved tartan prints? the trial court of Tiruchirappalli held that iconoclast Periyar’s act of breaking a Ganesh idol did not amount to an offence under this section, 25, The Congress should stop lying about Rahul’s whereabouts and tell the truth to the country, an option available to the 172 cops, My only appeal to the Commissioner of Police is to bring justice to my friend, Puneet said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: April 22 2014 1:54 am Dr Sanjeev Sinha with Sariq (left) who had a brain tumour operation (PRAVEEN KHANNA) Related News Doctors in Delhi government’s G B Pant hospital removed a giant “marble-like” tumour from the brain of a 20-year-old youth in a 20-hour surgery making it to the Limca Book of Records in the medical science category this year Mohammad Sariq who hails from Deoria in Uttar Pradesh had been suffering from intermittent headaches for nearly a decade However he learnt of the tumour only a couple of years ago when doctors finally advised him to take a CT scan “He has always had these episodes of dizziness and headaches Local doctors would give him pain relievers We finally took him to Lucknow in 2012 where we learnt that he had a tumour in his brain” Sariq’s brother Abdul Bari said In Lucknow he was referred to doctors in Delhi It was in the capital that the doctors identified the unique nature of the tumour Doctors said the Sariq’s “marble-like” tumour falls under the category of meningiomas Tumours under this category comprise 10 per cent of brain tumours According to doctors Sariq’s tumour was slow-growing and benign in nature and measured 15x7x7 cm It was of a highly calcified bone-like material which could not be removed with the help of radiofrequency waves — a procedure that is routinely used to remove brain tumours Dr Sanjiv Sinha HoD of neurosurgery at GB Pant hospital said “The patient probably had this tumour for over a decade since he spoke of a history of frequent headaches When he came to us the tumour was so huge that his brain was bulging out” Dr Sinha added that the material of the tumour described as “marble-like” due to its extremely hard texture added to the complexity of the case resulting in a 20-hour long marathon surgery “Unlike normal tumours this had become bone-like in texture So we acquired an instrument called a bone scalpel to chip it away while using radiofrequency waves to break it down” Dr Sinha said Doctors said the surgery took nearly a month to prepare for “There was so much pressure inside the skull that we could not replace the skull bone we removed along with the tumour We had to replace parts of his skull with an artificial bone flap made of acrylic cement after removing the tumour — a process called cranioplasty” Dr Anita Jagetia associate professor of neurosurgery said Doctors said there was a lot of blood loss Though Sariq had to be put on the ventilator for seven days after the surgery doctors said his recovery has been smooth after that Sariq’s father has since been operated for a similar benign tumour in his spine and doctors are now conducting genetic tests to see if there is a hereditary link to the tumours For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: April 13 2013 4:11 am Related News Two important bureaucrats will be returning to Gujarat soonsetting off an overhaul at the top levels in the state governmentwhere many positions will fall vacant due to superannuation of a number of IAS officers One of the bureaucrats being repatriated is joint secretary in the Union ministry of commerce and industryAnil Mukimwho served as additional principal secretary to Chief Minister Narendra Modi in the tumultuous year of 2002 and after He is being tipped as the successor to powerful bureaucrat K Kailashnathanor KKwho is currently principal secretary to Modi and one of his most trusted lieutenants Kailashnathan retires in end of May Though the other officer in the Chief Minister Officesecretary A K Sharmais also in the reckoningsources say he is too junior to occupy KKs shoes The other bureaucrat who is returning to Gujarat is J N Singha 1983-batch IAS officer whose deputation as Member (Finance) in the National Highways Authority of India since February 2010 ended on March 31 this year Mukima 1985-batch IAS officerwas also the municipal commissioner of Ahmedabad from 2005 till 2006when he left for Delhi Seen as loyal to Modi as an officer in the CMOhe defended the CM before the Nanavati-Mehta commission probing the Gujarat riots as late as 2011 He had deposed before the commission that suspended IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt was not in the meeting called by Modi at his residence on the night of February 272002 He had also denied Bhatts claim that Modi gave any illegal orders in this meeting Both Singh and Mukim have had important roles in the industrialisation in Gujarat at the turn of the century Singhwho went to New Delhi on deputation in 2005has also served as a joint secretary in the textile ministry and was seen as close to late Union textile minister Kashiram Rana Mukim was the collector of Kutch during the earthquake of 2001 Apart from Kailashnathanthe state government is also hunting for replacements for IAS officers like R K Tripathy (principal secretary of agriculture department)I P Gautam (principal secretary of urban development department)Arunkumar Sutaria and M V Pargiwho are among those retiring in the next few months For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKolkata | Published: April 11 2014 2:57 am Trinamool supporters attack EC officials in Manikchak area under South Malda constituency on Thursday (PTI) Related News Two officials of Election Commission were today assaulted allegedly by the workers of Trinamool Congress when the latter’s bike rally in Malda was being videographed by the poll officials Amit Roychowdhury officer on special duty at the CEO’s office said a preliminary report from the DM has been received which has been forwarded to the Commission in Delhi and a detailed report is awaited TMC candidate Moazzem Hossain along with around 200 supporters on bike at Manikchawk area in Malda was approached by the poll officials – officer-in-charge Ajit Das Siddhartha Mondal and Dilip Shah – for information on whether they had permission for the rally (banned as per the EC rule) or not “All of a sudden they attacked us and damaged our cameras as well” said one of the officials Among the attackers were Somdeep Sarkar son-in-law of women and social welfare minister Sabitri Mitra and leaders of Manikchawk Youth TMC Mukuleshwar Rahman and Nimai Mondal Even though Hossain could be seen on camera when the officials are being slapped and pushed he denied being present at the scene “I was not there when the incident happened I was busy with my campaign I did hear that our men got into an argument with the EC officials as their car was blocking the way” Malda district magistrate S K Trivedi confirmed that the assault did take place but maintained that he would have further details only after a detailed report from the block development officer has been received Besides the two FIRs that have been registered the police have arrested two persons as accused in the matter although interestingly they are not named in the FIRs which pertain to the manhandling (under sections 186 353 332 188 427 114 and 171 of the IPC) and for organising an unauthorised bike rally Malda Superintendent of Police Rupesh Kumar said two persons who have been arrested in connection with the incident are Sheikh Kalu and Bipin Bihari Mondal Minister Sabitri Mitra played down the incident saying “it is only an incident that involves youngsters Nothing serious has happened” The opposition parties have criticised the incident While former state Congress president Pradeep Bhattacharya said strict action against the offenders is required to avoid such incidents in future senior CPM leader Rabin Deb who has also filed a complaint held “the chief minister’s instigative speeches” responsible “She (Mamata Banerjee has a history of standing by the miscreants and punishing those who carry out their duties” Deb said For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related News Roughly half the children under six in Madhya Pradesh are underweight. and I am not okay with the name ‘Pratichhaya’ at all.
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