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Another bureaucrat claims he was abused by Manish Sisodia 23.2.2018 Metros | The Asian Age
Sarangi has claimed that the deputy CM used abusive language, amounting to character assassination, against him.
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Justin Trudeau wife: Women must be fearless 23.2.2018 India News | Get Live Updates Of UP Polls, 2017 And Other Breaking News And Analysis On Politics And Current Affairs From India
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Parrikar presents Rs 17,123-crore Goa budget 23.2.2018 PTI: All news
Parrikar presents Rs 17,123-crore Goa budget
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Modi says Meghalaya not safe in hands of Congress 23.2.2018 PTI: All news
Modi says Meghalaya not safe in hands of Congress
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Early summer comes to Capital, Thursday warmest day of season 23.2.2018 DNA: Recent Columns
The national Capital recorded the warmest day of the season with mercury settling at 32.2 degrees Celsius on Thursday. Indicating the onset of an early summer, the temperature is unlikely to drop below 30 degrees Celsius in the coming days. A maximum temperature of 32.2 degrees was recorded on Thursday, which was seven degrees above season’s average. On Tuesday too, mercury touched 30 degrees Celsius, making it the second warmest February in the past one decade.   “If this month is any indicator of the impending summers, I am sure temperature will sore as high as 50 degrees Celsius. We switched on fans two days ago. It feels like March-end,” said Sonakshi Singla, a resident of Lajpat Nagar. As the mercury is soaring, the number of patients in the hospitals has also increased. Patients are coming in with the symptoms of viral fever, cold and cough. “Cases of influenza have gone up in the last couple of days. We strongly advise patients to not take the change of weather lightly and keep themselves covered. ...
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Stitch in time: Department on swine flu alert 23.2.2018 DNA: Recent Columns
Two days after a BJP MLA was tested positive for swine flu, the state health minister Kalicharan Saraf in his chamber at the assembly held a meeting of state-level committee for prevention control of seasonal diseases. In the meeting, Additional Chief Secretary (medical and health) Veenu Gupta, Secretary (medical education) Anand Kumar, Health Secretary Naveen Jain, Director Public Health Dr VK Mathur, SMS medical college principal DR US Agrawal, SMS Hospital superintendent DR DS Meena and other top officials of health department were present.  In the meeting, minister took detailed information about screening of swine flu, availability of medicines, facilities for sampling, preventive measures and referral facilities. Saraf said that the situation is under control and there is no panic like situation.  “All necessary arrangements have been made for prevention, control and treatment of swine flu. Rapid action teams have been deployed in effected areas and these teams have been carrying out screening. ...
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Vedi to move HC against health policy 23.2.2018 Hindu: Cities
Policy makes it mandatory for children to have a vaccination certificate for school admissions
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Could Fortis be a repeat of Satyam? 23.2.2018 DNA: Popular News
Malvinder and Shivinder Singh promoted Fortis Healthcare could be facing "Satyam Computers like" situation, a proxy voting advisory firm has warned investors even as the Singh brothers have issued a press statement saying they were "not going anywhere". Bengaluru-based InGovern Research, in a note, has raised several questions about the functioning of Fortis that had led to the erosion of investors' wealth. Apart from utilising the cash to fund promoter's personal businesses, Fortis has been facing frequent restructurings and resignations from directors, it said. The report has blamed the company for skirting shareholder approval to make inter-corporate investments and violating accounting standards. Fortis recently admitted having deployed funds to the tune Rs 473 crore with promoter-owned companies by terming them as secured short-term investments in the normal course of treasury operations. The diversion of funds if not limited to Fortis alone. "The auditors' statements make it clear that the modus ...
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Back on his feet, Manohar Parrikar goes to House 23.2.2018 DNA: Popular News
Ending days of speculation about his health, Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar returned to his state on Thursday, after undergoing week-long treatment for pancreatic ailment in Mumbai's Lilavati Hospital. Parrikar also released a statement, saying he has been advised a number of short-term precautions, during which his public interactions will be limited. However, he would be discharging his duties as chief minister, he said in the statement. Parrikar flew to Goa on a special aircraft immediately after his discharge from Lilavati Hospital on Thursday morning. He went home briefly and headed to Porvorim, the Assembly building, where he held a meeting of the state cabinet before presenting the financial statement and appropriation accounts in the legislature. The Assembly approved a vote on account for five months, with a full Budget to be presented in the monsoon session. Parrikar was airlifted to Mumbai last week and his illness had led to the Budget session being curtailed to four days, ending ...
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Mumbai: Siddhant Ganore bail plea rejected again 23.2.2018 Mumbai – The Indian Express
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Tej Pratap Yadav vacates ‘haunted’ bungalow 23.2.2018 India – The Indian Express
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Make every life count 23.2.2018 The Tribune
Pankaj Bhandari The first 20 years of my life were spent in the beautiful city of Chandigarh. Back in 1996, when I passed out from Panjab Engineering College in Computer Science, I wanted to stay forever in Chandigarh, but as destiny would have it, I ended up in the US. I have been living in America for over 15 years now have been a regular visitor to India, specifically Chandigarh. On an average, two to three visits take place every year to the City Beautiful for family or business reasons. On October 19 last year, I was in Montreal, Canada, to attend a business meeting, when I received a call from my mother in India. In a terrified voice, she told me that there had been a massive blast at the house of one of our neighbours. As reported in the newspapers on October 24, several people died in that unfortunate incident. I personally knew most of the people who had died. That broke my heart. With a first-hand experience of this incident, I started to think what efforts could have been taken by the local ...
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20% cops battling with hypertension in Khanna 23.2.2018 The Tribune
Our Correspondent Khanna, February 22 Nearly 20 per cent of police officials and police personal of District Khanna were found to be affected with hypertension during a medical checkup camp organised by the Khanna police. According to the Khanna SSP, NS Mahal, this camp was organised to check the health of policemen who had to work under stress round the clock and to provide proper medicines for their health. Dr Karamjit Singh, MD , Dr Amarveer Singh, MD, Dr Ashar Singh MD(eye specialist) and other doctors checked around 450 policemen in the camp. As per information, about 20 per cent police personal were found affected with hypertension while 10 per cent were found affected with eye problems apart from some other diseases. Khanna SSP said about 50 per cent police personal were found fit during this camp. DSP (Headquarters) Khanna, Vikas Sabharwal, said, a yoga camp will be organised soon for all police personal to maintain good health and to escape from diseases. The SSP further said around 1,000 police ...
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Escaped convict Sandeep Kumar Dhillo was in touch with two associates while in prison 23.2.2018 Delhi – The Indian Express
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Trump endorses guns for teachers to prevent school shootings 23.2.2018 World News – The Navhind Times
  Washington: US President Donald Trump has floated a proposal to arm teachers that could help prevent massacres such as last week’s mass shooting at a Florida high school that claimed 17 lives. Speaking at the White House on Wednesday to students, parents and family members affected by the massacre and other mass shootings in ...
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Industry welcomes hike in allocation to key sectors 23.2.2018 Goa News – The Navhind Times
: Industry in Goa has reacted positively to the budget proposal to increase allocation to key sectors. “We do not know the sub-groups in each sector but at the same time we are hopeful, going by the assurances given on improving infrastructure in industrial estates,” said Sandip Bhandare, president of Goa Chamber of Commerce and Industry ...
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CM presents revenue surplus budget with stress on jobs 23.2.2018 Goa News – The Navhind Times
  PANAJI: Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Thursday presented an employment focussed, revenue surplus state budget of Rs 144.65 crore for the financial year 2018-19, with the gross budget size estimated at Rs 17,123.28 crore as against Rs 16,027.01 crore for the fiscal year 2017-18, showing an increase of 6.84 per cent. Earlier, the Chief ...
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RSS economic wing seeks action against overcharging hospitals 23.2.2018 India – The Indian Express
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National Health Protection Scheme: HealthMin meets insurers to chalk out a roadmap 23.2.2018 Lifestyle – The Indian Express
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Telangana signs MoU with selangor on life sciences 23.2.2018
Hyderabad: Telangana State Industrial Infrastructure Corp. (TSIIC) exchanged an MoU with the Malaysian state of Selangor for facilitating a partnership in life sciences sector at the BioAsia Summit  in Hyderabad on Thursday. Through this MoU, both the governments can cooperate and collaborate with each other to support promotion, facilitation of research in the field of life sciences, biotechnology, healthcare and medical devices. Speaking on the occasion, Central Spectrum SDB Bhd CEO Dato Mahmud Abbas said, "Through this MoU, we will cover strategic elements and do mature promotions of Selangor and Telangana. Additionally, we are offering a seat to Telangana to be part of Selangor council member." As part of the agreement, Telangana and Selangor Bio Bay will promote each other as possible hubs in the areas of preclinical and clinical research, pharmaceutical regulations, device development, manufacturing practices, commercialisation among ...
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