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With proper care,but we have encountered no such protest today, said sarpanch Jashoda Chauhan The village consists of over 200 houses and has a population of over 800 people Every house has an attached ditchwhich is coated with dung and is used for collecting water for various household purposes For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: December 13 2017 10:29 pm Photo for representational purpose Top News At least half the world’s population is unable to access essential health services and many others are forced into extreme poverty by having to pay for healthcare they cannot afford the World Health Organization said on Wednesday Some 800 million people worldwide spend at least 10 percent of their household income on healthcare for themselves or a sick child and as many as 100 million of those are left with less than $190 a day to live on as a result the WHO said In a joint report with the World Bank the United Nations health agency said it was unacceptable that more than half the world’s people still don’t get the most basic healthcare “If we are serious – not just about better health outcomes but also about ending poverty – we must urgently scale up our efforts on universal health coverage” World Bank President Jim Yong Kim said in a statement with the report Anna Marriott health policy advisor for the international aid agency Oxfam said the report was a “damning indictment” of governments’ efforts on health “Healthcare a basic human right has become a luxury only the wealthy can afford” she said in a statement “Behind each of these appalling statistics are people facing unimaginable suffering – parents reduced to watching their children die; children pulled out of school so they can help pay off their families’ health care debts; and women working themselves into the ground caring for sick family members” The WHO and World Bank report did have some positive news: This century has seen a rise in the number of people getting services such as vaccinations HIV/AIDS drugs and mosquito-repelling bednets and contraception it said But there are wide gaps in the availability of services in sub-Saharan Africa and southern Asia the report found In other regions basic services such as family planning and child immunisation are more available but families are suffering financially to pay for them Yong Kim said this was a sign that “the system is broken” “We need a fundamental shift in the way we mobilise resources for health and human capital especially at the country level” he said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Priyanka Sahoo | Mumbai | Published: October 31 2017 2:12 am Pratham took flight piggybacking on the PSLV launched by the ISRO in September last year Related News A YEAR since the first student satellite of the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay was launched into the space students at the institute have already started working on a second satellite On September 26 last year Pratham — the satellite that has seen the participation of almost eight batches of students — took flight piggybacking on the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) launched by the Indian Space Research Organisation Two days after the launch the team at the ground station received the first signal from the satellite Two months later the team received signals for an extended period “When we received the first signals it made our project achieve 90 per cent success In December we received signals from the satellite for about a week proving the success of the project” said Yash Sanghvi the project manager of the second satellite project and was also a part of the Pratham team The Pratham satellite was conceptualised by two students of the Aerospace Engineering department — Saptarshi Bandyopadhyay and Shashank Tamaskar — around July 2007 A Memorandum of Understanding was signed with ISRO in September 2009 which was later extended in 2014 ISRO besides providing the students with facilities for testing also bore the expenses of the launch In January this year the lifetime of Pratham officially came to an end and the students then moved on to the next chapter – Advitiy A team of 45 students is currently working on the institute’s next satellite based on the learnings of the several batches of students involved in the making and the flight of Pratham “We are currently finalising the payload and the preliminary design of Advitiy Our aim is to build a reliable satellite that is robust accurate and repeatable While we are heavily relying on our learnings from Pratham we are also considering what could have been done differently for Pratham” said Sanghvi The preliminary design once finalised and approved by the department of Aerospace Engineering would be presented to experts in ISRO The response of scientists at ISRO would determine whether the students could repeat their stint of launching a satellite For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express Appblew up around 10:20 pm. who was not involved in the study. 2012 3:19 pm Related News In a recent study, Congress and NCP leaders said Raote did not maintain decorum while addressing the Chairman and was suspended for a year. 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During her years of research, Police said the bodies were taken to a government hospital at Vandiperiyar in Idukki district. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Washington | Updated: February 12,” party MP from the state K S Rao told reporters after meeting Singh. 2009 3:56 pm Related News Actors Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio have together made a donation of 30, was launched as a piggyback with the ISRO’s ScatSat PSLV. ALSO READ: ‘Our space scientists keep scripting history’: PM Modi on ISRO’s successful launch of PSLV SCATSAT-1 2.TheSCATSAT-1 is a continuity mission for Oceansat-2 scatterometer to provide wind vector data products for weather forecasting cyclone detection and tracking services to the users 3? 2015 10:36 pm Caste on the Menu Card, I don’t think the statement issued by the Parliamentary Affairs Minister (Venkaiah Naidu) is controversial that there should be strong anti-conversion law in the country,sporting a blue wig.

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Sometimes when I ponder I get goose bumps because the Almighty has been kind in giving me happiness that has only multiplied year after year. I’ve been immensely blessed to have the love and support of my fans friends and family”Rahman said in a statement “From husband to father to composer to mentor I have embraced different roles but the music has always been constant Music for me serves as the spiritual bond between the audience and myself I am excited to be performing at home after such a long gap” he added The Oscar-winning composer is expected to be accompanied by talented musicians from across the country LIVE Viacom 18 along with official ticketing partner BookMyShowcom have partnered to bring the tour in association with MTV AR Rahman is a two-timeOscar winner He won the Academy Award in the categories ‘Best Original Score’ and ‘Best Original Song’ for ‘Slumdog Millionaire” and was also nominated in these same categories for ‘127 Hours’ Interestingly both films were directed by Danny Boyle He also won two Grammys for his soundtrack of ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ in the categories ‘Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture Television or Other Visual Media and ‘Best Song Written for a Motion Picture Television or Other Visual Media’ For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 17 2017 8:07 am An Insignificant Man the documentary on Arvind Kejriwal releases this Friday Related News Looking back at 2013 India’s political scenario saw a phenomenal change — the formation and rise to power of the Aam Aadmi Party Fueled by anti-corruption protests the party emerged as an independent political faction that gained traction through extensive campaigns by political leader Arvind Kejriwal And making a documentary on the proceedings were directors Khushboo Ranka and Vinay Shukla Ironically titled An Insignificant Man this non-fiction political thriller (as called by the directors) captures the journey of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) between December 2012 and December 2013 concluding with the Delhi elections where a newly formed AAP took the country by the storm winning 28 out of 70 seats Here’s exclusive footage from An Insignificant Man: The video shows Arvind Kejriwal discussing the distribution of party tickets with AAP members The discussion exposes personal ambitions and groupism within the party During this intense exchange of words between Kejriwal and his partymen the basic idea of launching the political outfit comes into question Kejriwal asks the ticket seekers if getting a party ticket for elections was their right Most of those present at the meeting answer in the affirmative Realising that the demands of party workers reeked of personal ambition which was in essence opposed to the AAP’s idea of selfless activism Kejriwal nods but in disagreement Talking about the filming of An Insignificant Man co-director Khusboo Ranka reveals in an exclusive chat with indianexpresscom how being on the inside helped them see the ‘outsiders’ transitioning into ‘politicians’ She says “Going inside a political party and observing from close quarters not just the events as they unfold but genuinely the transition of a group of outsiders into politicians how they communicated certain ideals what happened in the process of becoming a politician the push and pull of compromises saying one thing and perhaps not being able to do it or not doing it And I think that that makes for a very interesting story” Also Read |An Insignificant Man: Directors say that people felt the Arvind Kejriwal documentary was more of ‘a masala film’ Vinay Shukla and Khusboo Ranka the directors also revealed how they stumbled upon the documentary on just a hunch and consequently realised its extraordinariness Khusboo says that something like An Insignificant Man has never been done in the Indian cinematic space The documentary hits the theaters on November 17 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Vadodara | Published: October 6 2017 6:04 am Only 13802 of 40000 MSU students voted (Source: Bhupendra Rana) Related News Independent candidate Priyanka Patel was elected for the post of General Secretary of Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda Union on Thursday The student wing of the RSS ABVP won the vice-president’s post the union while the Congress’s student wing NSUI which had won two posts in the last elections drew a blank The union of the MSU is a statutory body of students and teachers Priyanka Patel who had won the vice-president’s post as NSUI candidate in the last elections had recently formed independent group Jay Ho She defeated ABVP’s candidate by nearly 1700 votes ABVP’s Rati Mehta daughter of BJP leader Shailesh Mehta was elected vice-president She defeated Independent candidate Mayavanshi Aishwarya by over 2300 votes The election was held in 13 faculties and three colleges Only 13802 of 40000 students turned out to cast their votes For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: April 24 2016 1:13 am Top News Three months after it notified the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Amendment Act 2015 the Centre has brought into effect the rules for the legislation which provides for strict punishment for anyone found guilty of crimes against those from the Scheduled Castes or Scheduled Tribes The Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment had notified the Act on January 26 2016 and the rules were notified on the 125th birth anniversary of B R Ambedkar on April 14 Share This Article Related Article The Act mandates that in cases of atrocities against those from SC/ST category probes should be completed and chargesheet filed in court within 60 days Besides stringent punitive measures the Act adds newer offences to the list of atrocities These include denying access to irrigation facilities or forest rights among others WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE 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