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if we had blocked the carriageway going towards Dhaula Kuan, chairwoman of the Academy of? Big loss. According to police, they would take it. the cabinet may be reshuffled inducting Panneerselvam as the deputy chief minister and some of his faction members. 2015? The Winter Session of the Parliament will have a total of 15 sittings between 15 December 2017 and 5 January 2018 and will see the introduction of 14 fresh billson social labour justice health and consumer affairs For example the Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Bill 2016 aims toprevent discrimination against the third gender and prescribes penalties for certain offences Written by Hina Rohtaki | Chandigarh | Published: June 12 2017 4:48 am Kisano ka karza rajya sarkaren sochen maaf karne ka… Centre koi sahyog nahi degi (The state governments can decide whether to waive off the farmers’ loans The Centre won’t extend any support) Meghwal said the decision lies in the hand of the state governments Top News Union Minister of State for Finance and Corporate Affairs Arjun Ram Meghwal on Sunday said the Centre would not extend any financial assistance to resolve issues being faced by farmers He also said any relief has to come from the state governments concerned Meghwal was in Chandigarh to interact with traders bankers and chartered accountants on the issue of Goods and Services Tax (GST) He also addressed the BJP workers on three years of the BJP government at the centre Asked about the farmers protests in Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra and in some other states Meghwal said: “I think the Finance Minister has already clarified this point Kisano ka karza rajya sarkaren sochen maaf karne ka… Centre koi sahyog nahi degi (The state governments can decide whether to waive off the farmers’ loans The Centre won’t extend any support) Meghwal said the decision lies in the hand of the state governments He however said the Centre had plans that would lead to the “doubling”of farmers’ income by 2022 “Hum lagey hue hain and 2022 tak inki aamdani dugni ho jayegi” he said but did not elaborate Apart from loan waivers in view of the persistent droughts over the past few seasons the farmers in Madhya Pradesh are asking for an increase in the minimum selling price (MSP) for their crops As the protests turned violent five farmers have been killed in police firing The protesting farmers even torched vehicles and indulged in stone pelting On the issue of losses to be caused to states after GST comes into force Meghwal said: “A change is always resisted in the first place But things will settle down in a period of six to eight months The GST will bring an improvement rather All indirect taxes which one had to pay are absorbed in the GST” Meghwal refused to comment on BJP national presodent’s Amit Shah’s remarks on Mahatma Gandhi at Raipur where he called him “Bahut chatur baniya” Meghwal said “Wo mera vishay nahi hai” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Dr Salima Bhatia | Published: January 28 2016 2:38 pm Representational image Related News From guidance on tobacco cessation to counselling on tuberculosis management from audio messages on pregnancy and child care to mobile-based trainings to frontline health workers new m-health services have recently been launched by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Government of India While moving to mobile platforms is a commendable step one is compelled to analyse whom these services really help and how Although India has seen a significant reduction in its Maternal Mortality Ratio and Infant Mortality Rate in the recent years a further reduction in maternal and infant deaths is by no means an easy task This is particularly true for states such as Jharkhand where around 40 per cent women still receive less than three Ante Natal Care checkups during their pregnancy (Annual Health Survey 2012-13) and 43 per cent children still do not receive breastfeeding within one hour of birth (Annual Health Survey 2012-13) Given this scenario it appears that the launch of ‘Kilkari’ literally meaning ‘the gurgle of a baby’ a mechanism for delivery of free weekly time appropriate audio messages about pregnancy and child care directly to the mobile phones of the mothers/ family members would go a long way in improving knowledge about care during pregnancy and child birth ASHAs (Accredited Social Health Activists) the frontline workers of NHM are the face of the mission and are actively involved in counselling and mobilising women on the healthcare front The 8th Common Review Mission of the National Health Mission while highlighting the achievements of the ASHA programme clearly indicates that there are gaps in knowledge and skills of ASHAs and also points to the need for increasing the pace of training across states In view of this the mobile academy designed to provide free audio training courses to ASHAs to increase their capacity to appropriately counsel pregnant women and children can definitely be a quick and effective way to bridge the knowledge gap Now there would be no need for an ASHA to travel for hours to reach the district headquarters to learn about care during pregnancy There is no chance of her missing out on the training due to social and geographical conditions as she can take the training as and when she is ready for it and can receive a certificate once she completes her course Given that India has the largest number of TB cases in the world almost 23 per cent of the global total there can never a case of too many interventions for combatting the disease It is in fact critical and compulsory that every effort be made to screen all suspected cases track each and every TB patient in India and ensure that he or she completes his/ her treatment It is thus not surprising that the Ministry has launched a Citizen Centric Missed Call Centre for reaching the unreached TB patients As part of this a dedicated toll free number with a Call Centre is being started to provide patient counselling and treatment support services Any person with symptoms and signs suggestive of TB including cough >2 weeks fever >2 weeks and significant weight loss can give a missed call to 1800-11-6666 to get complete support for diagnosis treatment and completion of treatment for tuberculosis Even the rarest of the rare visitor of the movie theatres must have witnessed the screenings on the horrifying effects of tobacco consumption before the start of a movie Tobacco kills almost one million persons in India every year Addiction to tobacco is a risk factor for many chronic/ life threatening diseases Most tobacco users are aware of this but for those who really want to let go of this habit the challenge is mammoth If one recognises this I think he/ she can appreciate the need for the m-cessation initiative of the Ministry Any tobacco user willing to quit tobacco can give a missed call to 011-22901709 for registration Alternatively he/she can also e-register through the national health portal whereby QUIT NOW SMS’s would be sent to the user More than 150 SMS’s have been designed to help support the user quit tobacco The schemesare being rolled out in a phased manner and this would give the Ministry ample opportunity to evaluate the feasibility and effectiveness of these initiatives in difficult areas Lastly it may be said that while the above four ideas using the hassle free and cost effective m-platform are well designed and address problems that are very tangible and visible the real challenge lies in popularizing them among the end users and ensuring effective implementation Whether the chronic killers bow down to these fantastic four crusaders is something that only time can tell but one must appreciate and applaud the government for a well-armed march into the right direction The author is a senior consultant in the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare as Views expressed are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: April 21 2017 4:41 am Top News While civic bodies in Maharashtra have taken steps to denotify state and national highways to give relief to the liquor serving establishments the Pune Municipal Corporation is yet to take any such steps State Minister of Energy and Excise Chandrashekar Bawankule said the government is yet to receive any request from the civic body for such de-notification After the Supreme Court’s decision to ban sale of liquor within 500 metres of national and state highways many civic bodies have started the process of denotification of such roads to escape the ban The Public Works Department (PWD) on the instructions of the state government takes up such denotifications Following the apex court’s decision 1600 of the 2500 liquor vending institutions including some star hotels in Pune district had to cease their operations Estimates say that the district will see a 50 per cent dip in its excise revenue collection of Rs 1600 crore per year post the ban Bawankule said that according to the Road Development Plan 2001-2025 state and national highways can be denotified as the civic bodies through which they pass request for it and are ready to take up their upkeep “The civic body stands to gain in terms of relaxation of development control rules and in this case the liquor ban will not be applicable to such roads” he said Municipal bodies of Jalgaon Katol Yavatmal the minister said have recently denotified such roads “The state government is yet to make any request for denotification” he said An apex planning body like the Pune Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (PMRDA) can take over upkeep of the road post the denotification In case of the Pune the matter is compounded as many of the arterial roads in the city are still notified as major state highways even though the civic body is spending from its pocket for their upkeep The city has 35 minor and two major state highways which for all practical purposes are being maintained by the PMC for several years These roads are treated as development control (DC) roads by the PMC and substantial budgetary allocations are made for them Establishments along these roads had to cease operations since the liquor ban came into effect For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 7 2017 11:41 pm Propper who began his career with Vitesse Arnhem scored 10 goals in 43 appearances in all competitions for PSV last season (Source: Reuters) Top News Premier League newcomers Brighton and Hove Albion signed Dutch international Davy Propper from PSV Eindhoven on a four-year contract on Monday Brighton did not disclose how much they had paid for the 25-year-old midfielder but said in a statement that the club had broken its transfer record to sign him Its previous reported transfer record was 52 million pounds paid earlier this summer to Valencia for Australian goalkeeper Mathew Ryan Propper who began his career with Vitesse Arnhem scored 10 goals in 43 appearances in all competitions for PSV last season “Davy is a player with great experience of the Eredivisie with Vitesse Arnhem and PSV Eindhoven” Brighton manager Chris Hughton told the club’s website (wwwbrightonandhovealbioncom) “There is no doubting his pedigree Davy has played a number of matches in the Champions League for PSV as well as international football for the Netherlands “He’s a strong competitor as a central midfielder and will complement our existing midfield players and he is also a really good age at 25; we are absolutely delighted to welcome him to the club” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top Newsover-exploited? 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