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” said Airoli. said Singh. “It was my father’s dream to see an AIIMS hospital in Raiganj but it has not happened so far. The minister of state for information and broadcasting, That made us suspicious,Vidya Nagar.sideline those who are not working or had supported other candidates in elections and create a model organisation in Amethi before implementing it in other parts of the state, said a party leader who was at the meeting in Jagdishpur The Congress won Jagdishpurbut sources said workers at the closed-door meeting had many complaints Rahul assured them that things would change soon For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 26 2012 2:07 am Related News The Finance and Contract Committee of the Municipal Corporation approved an increase in the rent for booking of community centres in Sectors 81122 and 35 The rent for booking of air-conditioned and non-AC halls was Rs 2500 The new rates will be Rs 10000 for AC hallRs 5000 for non AC hall and Rs 1000 for a short meeting or kitty parties The committee further decided that the membership fee from the senior citizens would be Rs 500 Approval was given for installation of CCTV cameras for surveillance at the community centre at Rose ClubSector 16 and another in Sector 35 An amount of Rs 188 lakh was approved for the same The division of departments between the Municipal Corporation and the UT Administration was an issue of debate in the meeting The councillors demanded that the Malaria Wing should be transferred to the civic body The issue came up for discussion after an agenda was proposed in the meeting that entailed purchasing two vehicles for fogging and handing these over to the Malaria Wing of the UT Health Department The proposal was mooted as it was felt that despite increasing cases of dengue and malaria the health department was not taking sufficient steps to deal with the problem The councillors had complained that while residents approach them to get fogging done in the residential areasthe health department did not take sufficient steps The purchase of the vehicles was rejected as it was opined that since the department was not under purview of the MCthe vehicles could not be purchased The councillors stated that the proposal for transferring of the Malaria Wing to the MC be taken up with the Administration The members of the F&CC further decided that a decision approved in the sanitation committee for starting a pilot project for garbage collection in group housing societies be brought to the meeting of the general house for discussion It was felt that it was a policy matter and required to be discussed by all members The functions within the housing societies at present are managed by the societies themselves The committee approved construction of a toe wall and baffle wall around various parks in Sector 27 for which Rs 2964 lakh was approved A pedestrian pathway would be constructed along the road in Timber MarketSector 26 While an amount of Rs 3344 lakh was approvedconstruction would be done after approval from the public health department of the civic body A park would be developed near one kanal houses at Sector 11 for which an amount of Rs 2545 lakh was approved For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: March 16 2014 10:28 pm Manoj Kumar and his eight year old son Aman Raj (Express Photo) Related News Manoj Kumar has every reason to be frustrated with life Soon after this 41-year-old poor saree vendor from Daudpur in Bihar was diagnosed with Hepatitis C it was discovered that his 8-year-old son Aman Raj too was afflicted by the disease The father and son are now in New Delhi for treatment at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) That is almost the last hope for his family of five who have had to sell their house and property to pay the medical bills “I now stay in a kaccha makaan I already have a huge burden of debt on me and have paid the a private hospital over Rs 3 lakh” says Manoj He first went to the doctor in April 2013 to report a severe pain in the abdomen and was diagnosed with ‘Hepatitis C’ a debilitating liver disorder that needs urgent medical attention As if Hepatitis C was not bad enough Manoj the only earning member of his family is also suffering from diabetes thyroid blood pressure and piles But the treatment was beyond what Manoj could afford Just the injections cost around Rs 11000 each and are to be taken at regular intervals In October 2013 his son too was found suffering from Hepatitis C Unable to pay for the expensive treatment he wrote to the Bihar Health Department for help Even as he was forced to stop working there was no aid from the state This is when he wrote to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and then met him at a ‘Janta Darbar’ where he was assured help for a treatment of his son and himself On the recommendation of the Chief Minister Manoj and son shifted to the PMCH in Patna “But the hospital authority informed me that they do not have adequate requirements for the treatment” says Manoj He decided to shift to a private hospital but got out when he got to know that all he would get was Rs 20000 for treatment that would cost Rs 50000 Manoj and Aman are now trying their luck at AIIMS Though helpless he still manages a smile for anyone who greets him “Look how healthy I once was This expensive disease has already killed the respect my family lived with” says Manoj showing a ‘healthy’ photo of himself in a ration card He has not been in good terms with relatives after he chose to sell his house “I took money from people in the village Soon this will be exhausted and I will have no other alternative” says Manoj who feeds the family at temples in the city “But I have to do whatever I can to give my child another chance to live” says Manoj trying hard to hide his tears For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tabassum Barnagarwala | Mumbai | Updated: January 30 2016 5:01 am The 30-bed rural hospital in Palghar that awaits upgradation Tabassum Barnagarwala Related News ON January 24 Divya Dinesh Baswat (25) urgently required a caesarean operation Her hometown Wada in Palghar has a 30-bed rural hospital with no gynaecologist Baswat decided to approach the nearest private hospital Immediately after the delivery there was need for an intensive care unit to stabilise the newborn Palghar’s government hospital did not have a single ICU bed So the newborn had to be transferred to the hospital in the neighbouring district Kalyan in a critical condition On Friday the boy succumbed to abdominal pain The grieving parents and the Asha workers do not know the cause of his death but they blame the lack of medical facility in the district for the newborn’s demise Carved out as a separate district on August 1 2014 Palghar with a projected population of 299 lakh has still not woken up to the need of specialist doctors and a district hospital A proposal to upgrade the 30-bed rural hospital into a 200-bed one remains pending at the health ministry level Lacking any specialty service such as gynaecologist for delivery orthopedic surgeon for treating road accidents general surgeon ophthalmologist and anaesthetist medical officers have to refer serious patients to other hospitals The closest one Thane Civil hospital is 100 kilometers away and Mumbai’s R N Cooper hospital is 70 kms away rendering the prospect of treating a patient in the golden hour ineffective In 2013-2014 221 patients were referred out of Palghar This rose to 284 in 2014-2015 In 2015-16 till December 228 patients have already been referred to nearby tertiary hospitals It is mandatory for a district to have its own district hospital where specialty services of gynaecologist orthopedic anaesthetist general surgeon ENT ophthalmologist and upgraded laboratory are available However with construction of a new hospital being delayed patients are often forced to either shell out money in private centres or travel to other districts Currently Palghar has three sub-district hospitals in Jawahar Kalsa and Dahanu None have specialist doctors There are nine rural hospitals in Palghar Talasari Wada Vikramgad Mokhada Virar Boisar Vangaon and Manor Recently a road accident victim required an urgent surgery and ICU admission “Sometimes we are able to stabilise a patient and then transfer him or her to a higher centre But on several occasions immediate surgery is required and we are not equipped to handle it We receive at least two patients requiring ICU admission every day” a contractual medical officer said He has not received his salary for the past four months Palghar has 45 such doctors on contractual basis all awaiting salaries The district’s post of the highest medical official a civil surgeon is lying vacant A temporary doctor has been put on deputation In Palghar town out of the three medical officers’ posts at the rural hospital two are lying vacant A MO from Dahanu has been requested to temporarily fill the second post A 12-hour shift is alternated between the two MOs to run the hospital “Sometimes during high patient load we both work 24 hours at a stretch” the medical officer said Of the four posts for class IV employees in the hospital only one is filled A patient rushed in often has to be carried by relatives due to lack of manpower Several ASHA workers claimed that poison cases were the worst-handled “There is anti-venom available for snake bites but poisoning due to fertilisers is fatal Such patients have to be transported in ambulances to Thane or Mumbai” said Tanuja Bhoir an ASHA worker According to doctor Rao Khande who is the civil surgeon on deputation 19 additional posts required at the district hospital are still under consideration “The construction of the district hospital is yet to start” he pointed out Doctor Shashikant Jadhav joint director at Directorate of Health Services said the proposal for constructing a district hospital was awaiting approval at the ministry level “The process will take time We need land allocation for the new building’s construction PWD is responsible for constructing the hospital” Jadhav said tabassumbarnagarwala @expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aneesha Mathur | New Delhi | Published: May 28 2016 3:06 am Mehra also told the bench of Justice Badar Durrez Ahmed and Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva that the government was looking into dealing with the “huge backlog” of samples Top News After receiving flak from the Delhi High Court over delay in testing of evidence at the Rohini forensic science laboratory (FSL) the government Friday said Home Minister Satyendar Jain had visited the lab last week and taken various decisions regarding upgrading it The issue is part of a PIL on women’s safety taken up by the court after the December 16 gangrape case Delhi government’s standing counsel Rahul Mehra said instead of developing “regional forensic labs” the Rohini FSL will be “upgraded” Share This Article Related Article Mehra also told the bench of Justice Badar Durrez Ahmed and Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva that the government was looking into dealing with the “huge backlog” of samples He said tenders have been floated to get additional machines for DNA testing and software for better management of cases The government has also issued orders to fill up 133 vacancies for technical posts on a contract basis said Mehra The steps were taken after the ministerial inspection found over 5200 pending cases in the DNA/biology department According to Mehra the FSL receives about 250 cases of DNA/biology testing every month but only disposes of 220 cases The government has now proposed that seven additional teams for testing be created while the existing teams have been asked to “double their output” Advocate Shailender Babbar appearing for police objected to the government’s stand “Report card of police is being affected as… reports don’t come on time” he said The court has asked the government to give detailed timelines and reports on the proposed turnaround of the labs For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: December 25 2015 11:19 pm To get water tanker from DJB for installation of piped water supply and repair of water pipeline corruption can make its way into the system says the CMS survey Related News Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Wednesday asked his cabinet ministers to come up with detailed action plans within a week for wiping out corruption from their departments In letters to the ministers the CM cited a recent Centre for Media Studies (CMS) survey which pointed out areas vulnerable to corruption “As you are aware our government maintains a zero tolerance approach towards corruption in public life It is therefore requested that a detailed action plan may be drawn to uproot the scourge of corruption from the departments under your charge focusing specially on the critical areas pointed out in CMS-India Corruption Study 2015 report I look forward to action plan within one week” the Chief Minister wrote In his letter to Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia the CM outlined areas in education and sanitation cited as vulnerable by the CMS study “… getting admission in government schools and in private schools under EWS category poor people mainly migrants not possessing required documents for admission in schools… In sanitation department corruption could prevail in getting lane street road in front of houses swept and to get blocked drains cleaned…” In his letter to water minister Kapil Mishra the CM wrote “To get water tanker from DJB for installation of piped water supply and repair of water pipeline corruption can make its way into the system says the CMS survey” To transport minister Gopal Rai Kejriwal wrote “… The critical area vulnerable to corruption… has been identified as one of driving licence This includes getting new driving licence renewal of driving licence to get commercial driving licence” The CM asked food minister Imran Hussain to look at vulnerable areas in issuing ration cards addition and deletion of names and quantity of supplies For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 16 2015 1:00 am Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal (file photo) Related News Amid raging controversy over the alleged CBI raids on the Delhi Chief Minister’s office on Tuesday morning the investigating agency has clarified that reports about Arvin Kejriwal’s office being searched are completely baseless “Reports from certain quarters regarding search at Delhi CM’s office are completely baseless” said Devpreet Singh CBI spokesperson CBI went on to say that false propaganda must not be spread to impede their investigation Watch Video: Arvind Kejriwal Accuses Narendra Modi For The CBI Raid “CBI emphatically denies having searched the Delhi CM’s office false propaganda must not be used to impede our investigation” said Devpreet The agency has reiterated its commitment to take action against the corrupt as per the law It is currently looking into corruption allegations levelled against Kejriwal’s secretary Rajendra Kumar The officer in the chief minister’s officer has allegedly abused his position to award contracts to a particular firm Earlier Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has demanded an apology from Kejriwal for his remarks on Prime Minister Narendra Modi For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aneesha Mathur | Delhi | Published: January 28 2016 2:28 am Delhi High Court Related News Two separate benches of the Delhi High Court pulled up the Delhi government and the municipal agencies Wednesday for the lack of proper sanitation work and cleaning in the capital The bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice Jayant Nath directed the Delhi Police to ensure that the strike called by the sanitation workers does not hinder picking up of garbage by private agencies engaged by the municipal corporations The court was hearing a PIL to “ensure” release of funds to the corporations so that the salaries of the workers could be paid Meanwhile the bench of Justice Badar Durrez Ahmed and Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva asked the three municipal corporations to file their reply to a plea seeking “review” of the number of safai karamcharis (sanitation workers) engaged by the MCDs on grounds that the workers were not doing any work For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: October 8 2016 5:20 am Nearly 500 BMC engineers staged a demonstration at the civic body headquarters on Friday (Source: Express Photo by Ganesh Shirsekar) Top News A day after they protested against the MNS corporators who made Sanjay Darade Chief Engineer of the roads department take the blame for the potholes on city’s roads 4200 engineers of the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai called off their strike Friday The engineers had submitted their resignation to Municipal Commissioner Ajoy Mehta on Thursday and had threatened to go on a strike until action was taken against MNS corporators Sandeep Deshpande and Santosh Dhuri The engineers had held a protest meet at Azad Maidan earlier in the day However they decided to call off their strike after the Shivaji Park police station registered an FIR against the two corporators The civic body also assured the engineers of further action against the corporators “We carried out a strike on Friday but have now called it off since his arrest order is out The commissioner has assured us that he will look into our demand for his disqualification as a corporator and non-bailable offences will be added to the list of charges against him” said Sainath Rajadhyaksha President of the Municipal Engineers Association The Shivaji Park police stated that they have been unable to trace either Dhuri or Deshpande throughout the day “We visited their residences to arrest them but were not able to find them We have stationed policemen at their homes” said Gangadhar Sonawane adding that a case of criminal intimidation and wrongful restraint has been registered against both of them Despite several attempts Deshpande could not be reached for comment On October 5 MNS party workers took Sanjay Darade chief engineer of the roads department to a spot near Sena Bhawan in Dadar and forced him to hold a placard which read that he was responsible for the poor condition of the roads Meanwhile an organisation named Friends for Dadar has submitted a complaint to the Shivaji Police against the engineers for not repairing the potholes in Dadar “Our complaint extends to all the potholes in the city’s roads but our priority is Dadar We are fed up with the potholes which are causing troubles to the citizens Instead of fixing the potholes the engineers are going on a strike and holding the city to ransom” said Anup Bhingarde member of the organisation He added that an FIR is yet to be registered in the matter For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News “Sadma”, went to the dressing room and announced the rewards.

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