adding that he spent Rs 1,We are told by the residents that the dog attacks early in the morning or during late evening hours by suddenly emerging from under a vehicle, said PCMC veterinary chief Dr Satish Gore The mongrel has been on the prowl since November 25 when it attacked 18 people I was walking on the road near my residence when the dog emerged suddenly from under a vehicle and bit my leg? We haven’t had?these years. I congratulate the BCCI on this historic occasion and I’d like to thank the BCCI for their kind invitation to share in the celebration.s maritime defence to the Royal Navy.
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Health experts have warned that the respiratory health of Delhi’s residents is failing because of the ambient air quality Half of its children have impaired lung functions During winters its air becomes the most polluted in the world by a huge distance beating other cities by a huge margin Such is the suffocating environment in the city that many now call the Indian capital New Deadly It is thus the collective responsibility of every citizen to save the city its residents its environment from deterioration This can be done only by avoiding activities that add to the respiratory burden — controlling industrial fumes vehicular pollution and abstaining from recreational activities that lead to further deterioration of air The problem with cribbers and cynics in Delhi is that they believe controlling pollution is the responsibility of everyone except their own So they will blame it on stubble burning industrial units vehicles that do not follow emission norms and inefficiency of governments But they will resist almost every effort to clean Delhi’s air if it causes them any discomfort imagined or real Seeking the right to pollute air make people ill and push children towards long-term respiratory distress in the name of culture and tradition is the basest of all arguments Those who are proffering it should know that if Delhi continues to mimic a Nazi gas chamber — Inhale Hitler being its collective death cry — there may be nobody left to preserve the culture they seek to protect through their irrational arguments Ahmedabad: Swine flu has killed as many as 138 people in Gujarat since January 2017 prompting Chief Minister Vijay Rupani to hold a review meeting on Saturday to take stock of the preparedness of the health authorities in tackling the disease "Total 138 people have died due to swine flu in Gujarat since January this year Thirty one people have died in the first week alone" Gujarat minister of state for health Shankar Chaudhary said in a press release issued on Saturday Representational image Reuters Till August 11 total 1344 persons tested positive for swine flu of which 708 patients are still undergoing treatment he said Ahmedabad is the worst-affected district with 37 deaths followed by Rajkot where 17 people died since January the release said The chief minister held a meeting with senior health department officials to review district-level preparedness to tackle the disease the release said "Rupani also held a video-conference with collectors and top health department officials regarding the preparedness of district administration in tackling the disease" it said Rupani later tweeted about his meetings with the health authorities "Instructed officials to ensure necessary measures for prevention control and treatment of the swine flu and to create mass awareness about the disease" he tweeted after the meeting held at Gandhinagar "Appealing the citizens not to panic We have sufficient treatment facilities doctors and medicines available for swine flu in the state" he tweeted The state government said that 17000 teams have begun intense door-to-door surveillance across the state with ASHA and Anganwadi workers as well as malarial surveillance squads Around 40000 anganwadi workers and more than 5000 MBBS doctors and 3000 AYUSH doctors are part of the team The government has ensured that medical stores have sufficient medicines to tackle the disease and ordered free Ayurvedic medicines to be provided to the patients it said The state government also launched ‘104’ helpline to provide information about this deadly disease Written by Christophe Jaffrelot | Updated: August 20 2014 12:45 pm In 2011 Khan held a meeting in Lahore attracting about 100000 people a turning point Related News If one goes by the media coverage of Imran Khan’s Azadi March from Lahore to Islamabad last Saturday — strident anecdotal and picturesque as it has to be on TV — one may conclude that Imran has become the leader of the opposition even if this title is officially held by Syed Khurshid Ahmed Shah of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) But after a week in Islamabad including one day and half a night watching the cavalcade and listening to the speeches of Imran Khan and his lieutenants I could not help but wonder if he can conceal the obvious weaknesses of his strategy Khan founded the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) in 1996 four years after winning the cricket World Cup But the party bagged only one seat in 2002 Imran’s own and boycotted the 2008 elections The PTI began to gain momentum in 2011 by capitalising on two themes: the defence of national sovereignty vis-à-vis the US (especially the drone strikes in the Pashtun belt) and the fight against corruption the scourge of Pakistan that had reached new highs under Asif Ali Zardari In 2011 Khan held a meeting in Lahore attracting about 100000 people a turning point Imran Khan’s popularity owed largely to the fact that he was in tune with the expectations of many Pakistanis including the urban middle class and the youth The formula “Naya Pakistan” which was extensively used by the Pakistani media to describe the atmosphere of the 2013 elections — that registered a record turnout — was originally the PTI’s campaign slogan The party which made inroads in the big cities came second in Faisalabad and Karachi It also came second at the national level with 167 per cent of valid votes against the 151 per cent of the PPP which was relegated to third position for the first time but won more seats than the PTI The PTI believed that it had been deprived of some seats it had actually won because of rigging and presented its case before the election commission More than a year after a very small number of the petitions had been dealt with — and not always in favour of the PTI either The rigging of the elections was the initial motivation behind the PTI’s mobilization last week but the Azadi March also targeted the Nawaz Sharif government Certainly in one year Nawaz Sharif has not achieved much In contrast to his previous government he has been relatively inactive and even absent More importantly he has continued with the patrimonial and even predatory modus operandi of the PPP In a way one family has been replaced by another at the helm of Pakistan since Sharif’s brother is the chief Minister of Punjab Hence Imran Khan’s formula: the “Sharif monarchy” The fact that when civilians have been in office two families — Bhutto/ Zardari and Sharif — have alternated in power since 1988 is certainly problematic This dynastic syndrome helps Khan present himself as an alternative to the establishment But does that make him a democrat First Khan has shown affinities with Islamic parties as evident from his defence of the anti-blasphemy law his discourse on Sharia his rejection of the Ahmadis and the coalition he has made with the Jama’at-i-Islami to rule the province of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Second he supported Pervez Musharraf’s government in 2002 during the referendum that gave legitimacy to the would-be president-general Third while the PTI attracted some new blood early on the politicians who joined the party later had long careers behind them — and sometimes dubious records Some of them have worked closely with Musharraf including the party spokesperson Shireen Mazari Sheikh Rashid (a former PML-N minister who was minister for five years under Musharraf) and Khurshid Kasuri (Musharraf’s minister of foreign affairs) Others have worked with General Zia-ul-Haq like Javed Hashmi a former leader of the PML-N and an activist of the Jama’at-i-Islami’s student union before that In the container transformed into a mobile home that took Imran Khan from Lahore to Islamabad on August 15 were also politicians who were neither new blood nor progressive like Shah Mahmood Qureshi former leader of the PML-N and PPP His father a big landowner in South Punjab had already switched allegiance from Bhutto to Zia (who had named him governor of Punjab in 1985) but Qureshi had joined the PPP for a while becoming minister of foreign affairs in 2008 before shifting to the PTI in 2011 If Imran Khan is against political dynasties he can only object to Qureshi’s pedigree And if he is to promote a new Pakistan he should be worried about the presence of so many old politicians who are clearly part of the establishment he is attacking Imran Khan has also received the oblique support of the Chaudhry brothers of the Pakistan Muslim League Quaid-e-Azam (PML-Q) Musharraf’s former party who are the heirs to an old political family (one more) that has always been close to the army Now that they are locked in a rivalry with the Sharifs — their former allies — they appeal today for a national government While “Inquilab” is the motto “kursi” is the sub-text of the leaders on the streets of Islamabad today In addition to these fundamental contradictions the immediate political future of Imran Khan is obscured by others which are more tactical First he has not left any way out for himself in the present confrontation with Nawaz Sharif declaring emphatically that he would not leave Islamabad till the prime minister resigns and elections are called Such a maximalist stand would be sustainable only if he could expect support from the army the usual referee in such circumstances which had forced fresh elections three times in the 1980s and 1990s Imran Khan may well be in touch with the still-influential former ISI chief Ahmed Shuja Pasha (who may support him in order to put pressure on Nawaz Sharif because the prime minister is trying to put Musharraf on trial something no armyman can swallow easily) But Imran has probably alienated Raheel Sharif chief of the army staff by asking repeatedly for negotiations with the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Last but not least Imran Khan has probably displeased some urban middle-class voters who think that his strategy weakens an already fragile democracy The Azadi March has seen sporadic violence and if the sit-in that started on Saturday results in some anarchy the army may eventually have a good excuse to intervene The urban middle class may also find the timing of the agitation ill-conceived given the Islamist threat and the economic problems that the country is facing However if Imran Khan wins something in this confrontation by forcing Nawaz Sharif to make at least one substantial concession he may appear as a hero to other segments — the lower middle class and the poor — which are looking for a saviour and do not believe in the PPP as much as they used to The writer is senior research fellow at CERI-Sciences Po/ CNRS Paris professor of Indian politics and sociology at King’s India Institute London Princeton Global Scholar and non-resident scholar at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace express@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 18 2017 11:27 am Aishwarya Rai Bachchan who was last seen in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil co-starring Ranbir Kapoor looks slimmer and fitter in this new shoot Top News Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is on a mission — to prove that age is just a number or that ageing simply doesn’t apply to her The Ae Dil Hai Mushkil star gave much younger stars a run for their money as the scorcher Saba and then did a host of photo shoots which had us reaching for our sunglasses After a brief hiatus Aishwarya is back on a mag cover and summer just got so much more sizzling with her latest pic Aishwarya Rai shot for Filmfare May issue and she is looking scorching The actor who was last seen in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil co-starring Ranbir Kapoor looks slimmer and fitter in this new shoot The issue talks about power women and who could epitomise power better than Aishwarya The actor is seen wearing an off-shoulder navy blue jacket and her hair looks wavy with soft curls It has been 23 years since Aishwarya was crowned with Miss World title but actor remains the epitome of grace and style as ever Aishwarya’s last film Ae Dil Hai Mushkil was an eye opener for all her fans The actor played an Urdu poet who seduces Ranbir Kapoor with her beauty and poetry Aishwarya was a picture of elegance and intelligence in Karan Johar’s film The actor made sure that she owned every single frame in which she was allowed to demonstrate her acting chops Also Read:Sonu Nigam azaan row: Pooja Bhatt takes a jibe at the singer salutes the spirit of India As a divorced woman Aishwarya exuded a maturity and emotional intelligence in ADHM that have not been shown in Hindi films for quite long Aishwarya elevated the role of a seductress in a Hindi film and have laid out new grounds for Hindi heroines The actor makes sure she holds your attention when she is on-screen For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsNew Delhi: Hundreds of journalists on Monday formed human chains at various places across the country to protest intimidation of the media and the killings of scribes including the murders of Gauri Lankesh in Bengaluru and Shantanu Bhowmick in Tripura and to draw attention towards "increasing intolerance against criticism" Representational image PTI Scores of scribes turned up at the Press Club of India (PCI) in Delhi and formed a human chain to express their solidarity with their colleagues who were killed in the line of duty The protests on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti were organised by various media associations including the Press Club of India Federation of Press Clubs in India Indian Women’s Press Corps Press Association Kerala Union of Working Journalists and Indian Journalists Union The trigger for the protests were the killings last month of Lankesh the editor of Karnataka-based Lankesh Patrike who was shot dead at her own doorstep and Bhowmick who was abducted and later hacked to death by a tribal group in Tripura while he was covering a fight between two local factions According to data compiled by an independent non-profit organisation ‘Committee to Protect Journalists’ at least 10 journalists have been killed in India since 2014 for various reasons "Silent protests meetings and human chains were organised in various state capitals and cities under the aegis of press clubs in the country to draw attention to the killings threats and intimidation of journalists" a joint statement from the media associations said "Expressing concern at the growing incidents of attacks on sections of the media fraternity across the country — the symbolic protests on 2 October sent out one single message — violence against journalists in any form will not be tolerated in the land that preaches non violence" The protests were held to draw attention to the "increasingly unsafe environment for journalists the misogynistic and abusive targeting of media persons for their views on online forums covert and overt threats to physically harm journalists for holding different opinions and increasing intolerance against criticism" They resolved that journalistic freedoms and the right to dissent needed to be protected and the right to freedom of expression needed to be upheld in the interests of India’s liberal secular democracy The protesting journalists later signed a memorandum to be given to Union home minister Rajnath Singh "requesting his intervention for a status report on attacks against journalists in various states and action in this regard" Kolkata: Thousands thronged the streets of Kolkata to get a glimpse of Trinamool Congress supremo and West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee as she undertook yet another walkathonon Monday File image AFP Amid the raging controversy surrounding some of her party leaders allegedly caught in a sting operation while taking bribes Banerjee has been undertaking processions across the city and the adjoining districts canvassing for her party ahead of the assembly polls Waiting anxiously for Banerjee to start her walk from Ballygunge people of all ages waited patiently across the Sarat Bose Road and Ashutosh Mukherjee Road to catch a glimpse Flanked by party leaders —Sovandeb Chattopadhyay Aroop Biswas and Firhad Hakim —Banerjee waved smiled and greeted people with folded hands as thousands of party supporters followed her waving party flags and chanting catchy slogans While the sappy and humid conditions seemed to take a toll on Chattopadhyay and Biswas who found it difficult to keep pace with her an unfazed Banerjee flashed a wide smile and waved frantically Having a tough time controlling the huge crowd which jostled to get closer to the leader security personnel had to face Banerjee’s chiding for pushing away the crowd? party activists chanted catchy slogans as people standing across the roads joined in."This way or that way Trinamool is the only way" shouted the workers as chants of "Didi Didi" reverberated all across While manywere delighted to watch Banerjee there were some who were peeved after being stuck in traffic due to the massive procession? 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