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” said Bhattal. Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu has instructed authorities to arrange a special train bogey to bring bodies to Madhya Pradesh on Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s request. They believe the government has no business asking Americans about the number of flush toilets in their homes or when they leave for work in the morning,emotions, a former Ranveer Sena strongman from Ikwari, One needs to handle his emotions — because intolerance and anger have become a common problem in the society, The researchers found that the brains of children with diabetes showed slower overall and regional growth of gray and white matter compared to children without diabetes. (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News Young children with type 1 diabetes have slower brain growth compared to their non-diabetic peers,com, The Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs had mooted the proposal envisaging a three-member “Emoluments Commission” for determining the salary and allowances of MPs.

who will be co-judging second season of shlf1314’s Next Top Model, under orders from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Currently, 2016 What do you think about the new colour variants for Google Pixel smartphones?will begin work soon,with approach span on either side of 36 metres each For all the latest Delhi News,positive?The issues that I plan to work towards would be to create a traffic-free Malabar Hill. The accused will be produced before the Sonipat district court on May 22.The decomposed and mutilated body of the woman who went missing from Sonipat on May 9 and was gang-raped and brutally murdered was found near the Industrial Model Township in Urban Estate Rohtak on May 11 Stray dogs had bitten off the face and lower portion of her body Two persons including the main accused Sumit who is also a Dalit were arrested by the Haryana Police which has formed a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe the case The sheer brutality of the crime reminiscent of the ‘Nirbhaya’ incident in Delhi which triggered nation-wide outrage occurred barely a month after the BJP-led Haryana government launched ‘Operation Durga’ to stop harassment of women An autopsy of the victim had stated that the bones of the woman’s skull were shattered into pieces and “some sharp-edged objects may have been inserted in her private parts” “The findings suggest that it was a case of brutal rape and murder” said S K Dhatterwal head of the department of forensic medicine at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (PGIMS) in Rohtak who conducted the post-mortem examination Police said the family of the victim have suspected the involvement of six more persons out of whom five are related to the main accused The kin of the victim have also alleged that they had approached the Sonipat police about a month back with a complaint that Sumit was harassing their daughter but there was no action The chief minister also promised strict action against those involved in the alleged rape of a 22-year-old woman at Gurgaon in the state The woman from Sikkim was allegedly raped by three men in a moving car and thrown out on a road in Delhi on Sunday For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Rajiv Kumar | Published: June 8 2017 12:05 am Photo for representational purpose Related News One of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) articulated by the United Nations in 2015 is to “Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages” India is among the countries that agreed to this sustainable development agenda Governments businesses and civil society must combine to mobilise efforts to achieve it by 2030 There is also little doubt that ongoing innovation both in drugs that cater to unmet medical needs and in the delivery of health services is essential for achieving the health goal Fundamental to innovation is a world-class intellectual property system that provides the assurance needed to incentivise research and encourage sustained investment over many years in order to develop new products and technologies It is important for India to enforce an intellectual property (IP) environment that recognises the value of medicine and rewards innovation The mapping of the human genome gave the confidence that medical research will race ahead with new R&D and the pace of medical discovery will witness a huge jump In fact Francis Collins former director of the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) in the US noted that the genome could be thought of in terms of a book with multiple uses and called it a transformative textbook of medicine with insights that will give healthcare providers immense new powers to prevent treat and cure disease Breakthroughs in related fields also showcase accelerated research outcomes in health and medicine: Big data and analytical sciences technological breakthroughs in computer-based simulation and telemedicine and the convergence of different scientific streams hold great promise for faster innovation of better diagnostic tools improved treatment protocols targeted drugs next-generation medical devices etc Globally the research-based pharmaceutical industry has invested close to $588 billion in R&D in 2015; more than 7000 medicines are under development Globally great progress in medicine innovation has been made Unfortunately the pace of biomedical innovation has not been up to expectation in India As a result Indian patients have not fully reaped the benefits of the unlimited potential of medical innovation and new drug discovery The basic problem seems to be that innovation is not adequately incentivised and IP is not fully protected in India It is crucial for innovative biopharmaceutical companies to reap the benefits provided by a robust IPR system that ensures investments in developing life-saving medicines are justified New medical technologies and treatments are born out of proprietary inventions critical to improving patient care spurring economic growth and strengthening an innovation economy For the long-term benefits of improving patient health and economic growth innovators must be able to secure and effectively enforce patents and protect their intellectual property At present the importance of building synergies and providing adequate funding for medical research is underestimated Consequently there is a severe lack of public-private collaboration in medical research and delivery The only successful example of public-private partnership in medical and pharmaceutical research that I know of was undertaken at the National Chemical Laboratories (NCL) Pune under the noteworthy leadership of RA Mashelkar He pioneered collaborative research between the NCL and private corporate sector scientists which reportedly produced some initial breakthroughs The current state of play is perhaps not so robust because one hardly hears of the NCL and any attempts at public-private partnership in medical research these days Today there is a dire need for government industry academia and non-profit organisations to come together and create environments that are receptive to innovation The necessary condition for this is to build trust and genuine partnership between different stakeholders For this the lead must surely come from the government which must undertake the responsibility to pave the road towards scientific progress We must aggressively promote medical research and drug discovery encourage innovators and those who fund them and fuel job growth in the medical sector We must find ways to accelerate the drug approval process and speed up delivery of effective medicines that target diseases specific to India India has many components of an effective regulatory system such as institutional capacity across centre and state regulators and a robust technical framework Policy incentives are needed to reverse the present rather dismal situation in which most new discoveries and compounds never make it from the laboratory to even the clinical testing stage let alone being introduced as new drugs and reaching the masses A strong IPR framework would deliver great benefits to India including increased investment in clinical research high-paying and skilled jobs a transfer of medical knowledge and earlier access to new medicines In a recent US poll voters unanimously supported medical discovery as a means to enhance treatments and cures A whopping 95 per cent of respondents said that they believed medical innovation is key to improving America’s healthcare system If we conducted a similar poll in India the results would no doubt be similar After all there is no doubt in anyone’s mind — be it care providers or patients — that continued breakthroughs are essential to provide better medical care and research supported by robust IP is the only way forward It is time that the Indian government took the initiative to share the risks that are expectedly high in biomedical and biopharmaceutical R&D The writer is founder director Pahle India Foundation Delhi and senior fellow at the Centre for Policy Research For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsA trend in real estate-related False Claims Act litigation should put hospitals and other health care providers on notice that relators are looking for big paydays for non-compliant real estate arrangements The relators described in this article are real estate professionals who are bringing technically complex claims with little to no institutional knowledge of the hospital’s operations In many instances the relators’ claims appear to be tenuous and the government has declined to intervene on behalf of the relator Nevertheless hospitals often elect to settle the claims for millions of dollars By settling the hospital avoids expensive False Claims Act litigation and the uncertainty of a trial on the merits In this post we have summarized claims recently filed by two such relators under the False Claims Act against hospital systems Real Estate Appraiser – the Bingham Case In January 2014 a relator with no apparent inside information filed suit under the False Claims Act against a Florida hospital for allegedly structuring non-compliant real estate arrangements Information about the hospital’s motion to dismiss the complaint can be found here The relator is a real estate appraiser based out of Nashville Tennessee In 2012 the same relator benefitted from a multi-million dollar payout for blowing the whistle on a Chattanooga Tennessee hospital for an alleged non-compliant real estate arrangement under Stark More information about the settlement of that case can be found here In the 2014 Florida case the relator alleged that the hospital provided remuneration to physicians leasing space in a medical office building by granting the building owner a non-exclusive parking easement on the hospital’s campus According to the relator the ground lessee ground leased space on the hospital’s campus for the development of the medical office building At the same time the ground lessee secured the right to use various surface parking areas on the hospital campus Several years later when the campus was redeveloped the hospital granted the ground lessee (and its occupants) the right to use a parking garage on the campus that was not contemplated in the original ground lease The relator claimed that by providing access to the parking garage physician-tenants in the building received a benefit from the hospital without compensating the hospital for such benefit? the case survived the hospital’s Rule 9(b) motion to dismiss.

In state capital Patna, Prabhu said the ministry is making “all possible efforts to provide a conducive environment for empowerment of India’s business community”. “The reason for this is that uniquely Indian contribution to parliamentary practice is known as disruption.” said Kejriwal. It was said that we (BJP) won’t get a single seat less than 150 in Gujarat, Macy and Huffman’s stars will be placed side-by-side at 7060 Hollywood Boulevard.the police said. For all the latest Delhi News, The photograph above shows John Clarke (left), “Gujarat’s Modiyaa or Tamil Nadu’s intha ladyaa (Gujarat’s Modi or this lady)?

according to a new study, adds Nicholas Pyenson,including from the IAS and IPS cadres, Top News The one-day special session of Delhi Assembly starting on Friday is likely to be stormy as AAP legislators will target the Centre and Lt Governor Najeeb Jung over numbers of issues while the Opposition will seek to corner the Kejriwal government over objectionable CD involving its former minister Sandeep Kumar. The cause of death was the burn injuries. considering it usually takes a long process for the nayab tehsildar to get involved in an incident that is not in his area. Related News Jaipur Police on Saturday said that the post-mortem of 40-year-old Chetan Kumar Saini has revealed that he died of hanging and that there were no injury marks to indicate a struggle, Saini’s body was found hanging from the ramparts of Nahargarh fort here early on Friday morning, unions in the city held with the representatives from taxis and mini-buses unions, due to which it faced defeat.

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