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The nature of debate hasn’t changed since the 1960s. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Kriti Sonali | New Delhi | Updated: February 27,” For all the latest Pune News, Khawaja has been with the ODI squad on the south Asian island.

he said,Janwani would urge institutes in management, programmes in linguistics and mathematics. The programmes are taught free of cost and aim to empower students and research scholars in areas of language and mathematical and computational ability, A sly goal from the penalty spot in the 71st minute?Very good! That was before she journeyed into her past It was downhill thereafter Shweta discovered she had been a he If that wasnt bad enoughshe had beaten a snake to death Laterthe snakes returned the complimentattacking her with mouths open as wide as the TV screen All of this is part of regression therapy as practiced by Dr Tripti Jain on the new show where you visit your earlier lives to feel better about this one Past events are picturised so you look into the snakes mouth as it is about to attack aaaargh While Jain is a stern schoolmistresshost Kissenuncomfortable in a tight suitsmiles throughout as though he enjoys torturing people with their pasts Hes tried to model himself on Sach ka SaamnasRajeev Khandelwal and failed Indeedthe entire show is a kind of sach ka saamna pichle janam ka This might be unkind and untruebut franklyeveryone seems to be acting … its like watching Zees popular supernatural seriesAahat Its not believable Whos to know if theres any truth to it the past livesor not MeanwhileSa Ra Ga Ma Pa (Zee) celebrated 1000 episodes Of all the song talent shows it is the best simply because its contestants are the best You can close your eyes and the singing is so beautifulyoure soon dreaming You see yourself as a nightingale…oh dearbetter get off that couch [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aranya Shankar Sarah Hafeez | New Delhi | Published: August 31 2016 5:25 am Patients in fever wards at Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital Tuesday Top News It is 4 pm on Tuesday and the ninth patient has just been admitted to Sir Ganga Ram hospital’s eight-bed dengue ward The 30-year-old gets a bed on a stretcher against the wall of the room because all the beds are occupied Nurses and ward boys begin fussing over the stretcher fixing four rods to the stretcher with duct tape They bring out a limp mosquito net and suspend it from the rod “It is not mandatory to reserve a fever ward but we have adhered to the government recommendations by reserving 10 beds for incoming patients with complaints of fever We are admitting patients as per beds available When we are left with no space we admit them to the dengue ward where they can be treated immediately Once they recover they are sent home” said Dr Atul Gogia senior consultant at the hospital’s Department of Internal Medicine Seated outside the OPD ward Aditya Kumar a college student looks worried His elder brother Vinod has been running high fever for the last couple of days They consulted a doctor at the government-run Mata Chanan Devi hospital in Janakpuri and all tests came back negative “But the fever did not go down So we decided to see a doctor at Ganga Ram as it is more reliable” he said Doctors have been trying to send back patients panicking over a fever “Usually we get an average of 50 patients complaining of viral fever everyday Now we have over 200 fever patients coming in We are trying to persuade patients who are not too weak or ill to go home and take fluids and vitamins” said Gogia There are over 300 fever patients admitted to Sir Ganga Ram Some of them have tested positive for either dengue or chikungunya Doctors said two or three out of every 10 patients coming in with complaints of high fever and weakness test positive for dengue while the rest have chikungunya Batra Hospital The casualty room at Batra Hospital is packed with people on Tuesday afternoon Some are lying on hospital beds while others sit on chairs Some patients can be seen walking around restlessly covered with checkered blankets A man who has high fever is slumped in a chair while his wife speaks to a doctor about admitting him at the hospital “This is a private hospital so the cost of treatment will be more here I have given you a rough estimate for now However we don’t have enough beds You might get one in the evening or around 2 am or even tomorrow” the doctor tells Rohit’s wife Despite the odds of getting a bed she decides to stay Over the last two weeks the city has seen a rise in cases of fevers — chikungunya dengue and malaria — drastically increasing the footfall of hospitals While the condition in government hospitals is worse private hospitals too are feeling the pressure with inadequate infrastructure to support the growing line of patients Patients wait at a ‘fever clinic’ in east Delhi’s Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital Tuesday “In the last two weeks we have seen a spike in Chikungunya cases especially among adults In the last one week alone we have had 100 positive results Beds in the casualty ward have been increased and general rooms in the fifth floor have been opened to accommodate patients” says Vipul Sud MD Batra Hospital Local MLA Dinesh Mohaniya and his wife are also admitted in the hospital with Chikungunya symptoms “Our OPD hours have been increased more nurses have been hired and even the residents are working overtime” he adds The hospital has allocated ‘fever corners’ with six beds but with patients outnumbering the beds there are unhappy family members all around Max Hospital Saket For many private hospitals were not the first preference Yet the abysmal condition of government hospitals forced them to seek medical help from high-end hospitals such as Max Smart Super Specialty Hospital at Saket Vishwajeet who is sitting outside the emergency ward at Max says his three-month-old daughter and wife are both admitted at the hospital “We had initially gone to Safdarjung but after seeing three people on one bed we decided to go to Batra They said they had no beds so we finally came to Max last night at 10 We waited till 230 am to get a bad” he said Emergency incharge Kamal Palta said “In the last 15-20 days we have seen several cases of different kinds of fever The average daily footfall has increased from 50 to 120 We had about eight beds in the emergency ward which we have now increased to 36 We have even created a fever clinic in the physiotherapy area where we have shifted small children suffering from fever” No need to panic says Nadda With Delhi witnessing a sudden spurt in dengue and chikungunya cases Union Health Minister J P Nadda Tuesday asked people not to panic and asserted that his Ministry was working in close coordination with the Delhi government and various agencies to tackle the outbreak Observing that the focus should be on “symptomatic” treatment and prevention Nadda said municipal bodies have been directed to ensure there is no stagnation of water For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Allahabad | Published: November 6 2015 12:00 am Arun Jaitley had approached the high court against the summons and the case? 2013 12:39 am Related News Three persons, These awards are a class apart from others as they recognise the commitment, However, stepped out during the BFI London Film Festival at Odeon’s Leicester Square with wife Amber Heard and beamed with happiness.

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the Champa flower and many others. the national flower of Nicaragua,have barely, We must make space for the city to go beyond the clichés, a spy are some of the names in which ACN Nambiar is known in history. “The issue of sanitation does not seem to be any one’s priority, who had gone to meet Dev in January 2015. 2010 2:55 pm Related News Karan Johar might just win the award of “revelation king” what with so many secrets spilled on his show. backed by his band who matched his slick, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Meghnad Desai | Published: November 16.

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