Raipur: The establishment of the Institute of Epidemiology at Ayush University

Raipur: The establishment of the Institute of Epidemiology at Ayush University

Governor's meeting of Li Health Department

Governor Mrs. Anandiben Patel took a meeting of the health department in Raj Bhavan on June 25. On this occasion, the Health Minister Shri T. S. Sameerde and Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya Smriti Health Sciences and Vice Chancellor of AYUSU University Dr. A. Of Chandrakar was also present. In the meeting, discussions related to various activities of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Smriti Health Science and Ayush University Chhattisgarh were discussed.
Governor Mrs. Patel said in the meeting that establishment of eidipiology institute in the university should be established. He instructed the University to start a state-of-the-art research center for research on medicine, ayush and nursing subjects.
For the training of physicians of AYUSH University in the meeting, starting from the training course from 01st August, and sending the information about the various achievements of the University, regular activities, to the public, F.M. It was also decided to start band radio substation. On this occasion, Secretary, Health Department, Mrs. Neharka Barik and other officials were present.

Chhattisgarh improved health system, increased daughters, electricity not reach 40 thousand homes

Chhattisgarh improved health system, increased daughters, electricity not reach 40 thousand homes

Country Policy Commission has released Health Index. While there has been a decline in the health facilities of large states of the country, Chhattisgarh's health system has improved. Simultaneously, the Commission has also given its report about the number of daughters in the country. This news has been published prominently in all the major newspapers of Chhattisgarh on Wednesday. All the newspapers have given the news place on the first page.

New Delhi has written - The worst health system in the big states of the country is in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. On the other hand, Chhattisgarh has got a good start in the health system. Policy Index's Health Index is in Chhattisgarh 13th place in 2019. In 2015-16, Chhattisgarh had 52.02 points, while it increased to 53.36 in 2017-18. In this case Kerala is the first number in the country. However, in its report, the magazine has said that Chhattisgarh is ranked 11th.


Increased daughters
Dainik Bhaskar has written - 12 out of 21 major states in the country have less girls than boys. These include big states like Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Himachal. Also, minor growth has been reported in states like Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab. In Jharkhand, where the maximum number of 16 girls have increased on the average, 17 decreases in Telangana. These figures have come out in the Health Commission of the Policy Commission. Based on the basis of 2013-15, it has been compared to 2014-16. Kerala tops and Uttar Pradesh is at the lowest level in better healthcare. The average increase in the number of girls is up to three per thousand.

40 thousand homes do not have electricity

Rajya Sabha MP Ramvichar Netam asked Union Power Minister of State RK Singh that 40 thousand households in Chhattisgarh have not been electrified even today, in response to which the Minister of State for Power said that the Chhattisgarh Chhattisgarh government has informed on 14th June that 40394 houses in the state Are non-electrified. All these houses are in Naxal-affected districts of Bijar region of Bijapur, Kondagaon, Sukma and Narayanpur.

On which leader demanded that if any deadline for electrification of these non-electrified households has been fixed, the minister replied that since this area is affected by Naxal, Chhattisgarh government has not taken any action to electrify the remaining non-electrified houses. There is no commitment to the deadline. Dainik Bhaskar has published this news in a major issue in Wednesday's issue.

Jharkhand road accident: A team of officials from Chhattisgarh leaves for help of injured

Jharkhand road accident: A team of officials from Chhattisgarh leaves for help of injured

A bus filled with passengers in the Garhwa district of Jharkhand has fallen into a ditch. Seven people, including 1 woman, have died in this accident. 43 people were injured in the accident. The bus was going from Garhwa to Ambikapur in Chhattisgarh. Of the dead, 2 are injured and 22 are said to be residents of Ambikapur. On Tuesday morning, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel expressed sorrow over the incident.

Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has expressed condolences to the families of the dead in the incident. On the instructions of the Chief Minister, a team of officials from Chhattisgarh has been sent to Gadhva to help in the treatment of the injured. CM has instructed the injured to make every possible help. Let us know that some of the injured have been referred to Ranchi and Palamu. The rest have been admitted to Garhwa Sadar Hospital. Of the injured, 22 are from Ambikapur, 18 from Palamu and Garhwa districts. Two of the dead were residents of Palamau, Chhattarpur, two Ambikapur and one in Garhwa, a town council. Two have not been identified. The bus driver also died in the incident.






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Reverse bus

According to the information, the driver just became uncontrolled due to his sleep and turned upside down in the valley. After receiving information, police and administration team reached the spot and with the help of local people, the injured were given to Sadar Hospital. The bodies were taken out of the bus and sent to the post-mortem. Just coming from Ambikapur in Chhattisgarh, Garhwa was coming. A total of 59 people were in it.

Dead carcass like this

SP Shivani Tiwari said that the jawans were thrown inside the bus by breaking the bus and people trapped inside were evacuated. The passengers had an atmosphere of panic. 43 people were taken out and sent to the hospital. DC Harsh Mangala said that the seriously injured passengers have been referred to Ranchi and Palamu. The rest is being treated at Garhwa Sadar Hospital. Their family members have been informed of the incident.


Education started in a closed school for 13 years in Naxalgarh, the minister distributed books

Education started in a closed school for 13 years in Naxalgarh, the minister distributed books

A closed school was opened on Monday after 13 years in Jagargunda, the susceptible area of ​​Naxal-affected Sukma district of Chhattisgarh. Researchers have started recruiting in high school and higher secondary schools for 13 years. On the first day a large number of students also reached. In the state government, the minister Kawasawala Lakhma inaugurated the school building and after that the other books related to books and studies were also distributed to the children.

The 'School Let Me Campaign' was started in Chhattisgarh on 24th June from the beginning of Higher Secondary School, Bada Ashramshala, Child and Girl hostel. Under this, the school closed in Jagargunda was also opened. Instructions have been given to teachers on regular basis here. Besides, instructions have also been given to make better arrangements for the safety of children and school staff.


Naxalites panic
Let us know that Jagargunda of Sukma district in Chhattisgarh is included in those areas, where the maximum naxal effect is. People in general are not even aware of this area. It is also called Naxalgarh. Naxalites blasted the school building 13 years ago in this area. Since then, studies were closed here. Now the government has begun to build a new house and start studying again.

Mike Pompeo to hold talks with NSA Ajit Doval

Mike Pompeo to hold talks with NSA Ajit Doval

New Delhi: US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo, who is in India on a three-day visit, is slated to meet National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval here on Wednesday to hold talks on a host of issues, including terrorism and defence.

The meeting comes days after the US expressed disagreement on India's decision to buy the long-range S-400 missile defence system from Russia, saying it will have serious implications on defence ties.

It also comes two days ahead of the meeting scheduled between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump in Osaka, Japan on the sidelines of the G-20 Summit.

As part of his state visit, Pompeo is also scheduled to meet External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and Prime Minister Modi later today. Jaishankar will also host a lunch for his US counterpart.

Recently, India imposed retaliatory tariffs on 25 American goods, less than two weeks after Trump announced an end to preferential trade treatment for India over the trade barriers.

Last year, India had announced tariffs in retaliation to higher US import duties on steel and aluminium.


Rajasthan: Two Dalit men beaten up for attending birthday party with girl in Bundi

Rajasthan: Two Dalit men beaten up for attending birthday party with girl in Bundi

Bundi: Two Dalit men were allegedly beaten by a mob here for attending a birthday party with a female friend.

The victims were forced to remove their clothes and then thrashed by the villagers on Monday. The action from the police came after a video clip of the incident went viral on social media.

"A man had filed a complaint about the same yesterday. A case has been registered against accused Shishupal, Surajmal and others for thrashing and insulting the men," said Satnam Singh, ASP Bundi.

"The investigation into the matter is underway and strict action will be taken against the accused," he added.

Last week, an eight-year Dalit boy suffered severe burn injuries after he was made to sit on hot tiles as a punishment for an alleged theft in Maharashtra's Arvi. It is alleged that the boy was made to take off his clothes and sit on the tiles which were simmering due to the scorching heat.


UP: Youth beaten up, paraded half-naked for alleged rape attempt on minor

UP: Youth beaten up, paraded half-naked for alleged rape attempt on minor

The incident happened on Sunday morning, when the man, who is married and has two children, entered the house in his neighbourhood and allegedly attempted the heinous crime. The family members were asleep at that time. As soon as the girl raised an alarm, the family members woke up and caught hold of the man.

The family members refused to lodge a complaint against the accused of the alleged assault and harassment. The police have however registered a case under IPC sections 354 (assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty) 376/ 511 (rape, punishment for attempting to commit offences punishable with imprisonment for life or another imprisonment) and relevant sections of POCSO against the accused. He was produced before the court on Monday. The victim was sent for medical examination.


Why are Sonia, Rahul not in jail, if they are corrupt: Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary

Why are Sonia, Rahul not in jail, if they are corrupt: Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary

New Delhi: Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary on Monday questioned in the Lok Sabha why Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi had not been jailed till now if the Congress was a "corrupt" party. He was speaking on a Motion of Thanks on the President's address.

Responding to Minister Pratap Chandra Sarangi, who started the debate by highlighting the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government's misrule and referred to the scams during its tenure, Chowdhary asked if the Modi government had been able to arrest anyone in these scams.

"Did you manage to send Soniaji and Rahulji to jail?" he asked, adding that the BJP came to power calling Congress leaders "thieves" but they were still sitting in Parliament.

Chowdhary said the Prime Minister was a great salesman. "He was able to sell his product while the Congress failed to do so" despite building dams, bringing computers and developing space technologies and missiles during its tenure, he said.


Rajasthan BJP chief Madan Lal Saini dies at 75

Rajasthan BJP chief Madan Lal Saini dies at 75

Jaipur: Rajasthan BJP president Madan Lal Saini died on Monday while undergoing treatment at AIIMS in Delhi, a party spokesperson said. Saini, also a Rajya Sabha MP, was 75.

He was diagnosed with infection in lungs and was admitted at a private hospital in Jaipur. On Saturday, he was shifted to Delhi owing to his deteriorating health conditions and was being treated under the Hematology Department at AIIMS.

"He was later shifted to the ICU after his condition further deteriorated. He passed away today around 7.09 pm," a source at AIIMS said.

Saini was appointed BJP state president last year. He was a former MLA and RSS volunteer who held various posts in the Bhartiya Kisan Morcha as well. Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed grief and said Saini's death was a major loss for the BJP.

"The passing away of Shri Madanlal Saini Ji is a major loss for the BJP family. He contributed to strengthening the Party in Rajasthan. He was widely respected for his congenial nature and community service efforts. My thoughts are with his family and supporters. Om Shanti," he tweeted.

Vice President Venkaiah Naidu said, "Saddened by the sudden demise of Shri Madan Lal Saini, Member of Rajya Sabha. In his extensive public life as an MP, MLA and State BJP President in Rajasthan, he served with distinction. My profound condolences to bereaved family members and followers. May his soul rest in peace." Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot also expressed grief over Saini's demise and said, "Shocked and saddened to hear about the passing away of Sh. Madan Lal Saini ji, President of BJP #Rajasthan. My thoughts and prayers are with his family members. May God give them strength to bear this loss. May his soul rest in peace."


Difficult to provide estimate of black money says parliamentary panel

Difficult to provide estimate of black money says parliamentary panel

New Delhi: A parliamentary panel of the previous Lok Sabha headed by Congress leader M. Veerappa Moily has said it is difficult to provide a credible estimate of the black money in India and of Indians abroad.

The panel, whose preliminary report was tabled in the Lok Sabha on Monday, also called upon the Finance Ministry to make efforts with greater vigour to unearth black money in and outside the country.

"The unaccounted income and wealth inside and outside the country do not appear amenable to credible estimation in the context of India," the Standing Committee on Finance (2018-19) said.

It said a study on black money was conducted by National Institute of Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP), National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER) and National Institute of Financial Management (NIFM) following recommendations made by the parliamentary panel in 2009 to conduct a thorough assessment of unaccounted wealth.

It said the three institutions found real estate, mining, pharmaceuticals, pan masala, gutka and tobacco industry, bullion and commodity markets, film industry, educational institutes and professionals as among sectors where the unaccounted income is found to be the highest.

Sectors such as securities market and manufacturing also showed a high incidence of unaccounted income, it said.

The three organisations made separate estimations of `unaccounted income and wealth' and `unaccounted wealth outside the country'.

"It appears that the reliable estimation of unaccounted income and wealth inside and outside the country is a difficult task, this inference is validated by the widely varying estimates of the unaccounted income arrived at by these three institutes. The Chief Economic Adviser has opined that there is no scope for arriving at a common estimate of unaccounted income by combining estimates from the three reports," the panel said.

The committee said that Revenue Secretary had said in his oral evidence that the three studies have observed that the reliable estimation of unaccounted income and wealth is extremely difficult as regards the macro estimation of unaccounted income and wealth is extremely difficult.

He told the panel that the studies have also reported a very huge variation in estimations of unaccounted income ranging from 7 per cent to 120 per cent of the reported GDP and there is a lack of consensus regarding the most suitable method in the Indian context.

In its recommendations, the committee said it would expect the Ministry of Finance (Department of Revenue) to "continue efforts with greater vigour to unearth and bring to book unaccounted income/wealth both within and outside the country including follow-up action on reports of Special Investigation Team (SIT) constituted on Black Money as well as the three study reports".

The committee said it would expect more fruitful outcomes both in terms of a much wider tax base as well as actual tax yield.

"In this context, the committee desires that the long-delayed Direct Taxes code should also be finalised at the earliest and reintroduced in Parliament with a view to simplifying and rationalising the direct tax laws in the country," it said.