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government should not promote pseudo-science among the public.The Indian public should develop a sound scientific temper and not be victims of propaganda in the name of nationalism associated with Indian systems of medicine The NMC Bill in its present form doesn’t address any of the aboveissues It focusses on plugging the holes by lowering the standards rather than reforming the system itself The quality of medical professionals is more important than just pure numbers and the government would do well to recognise that There has to be a political will in the correct direction and the public needs to ask the government the right questions Leading cardiac surgeon Dr Devi Shetty in an interview told the The Indian Express that to get the right answers from the government the public should be asking the right questions "Why should a pregnant woman die during childbirth every 12 minutes; why do three lakh children die the day they are born Why do 12 million children die before celebrating their first birthday It is unacceptable" Shetty states that India undergoes nearly 52 million Caesarean sections per year But India doesn’t have the necessary medical professionals required to conduct these many C-sections "In such a situation how do you expect the maternal mortality rate to come down" he asks The health of the nation is dependent on the health of the medical sector of the country The question we all should be asking is: why is the health of the nation being trivialised by unhelpful government actions Written by Parthasarathi Biswas | Pune | Published: September 3 2017 9:03 am Where the building material comes from and how it lands at the site is a mystery the PCMC is trying to solve Manoj More Top News IN order to tackle the growing menace of urban solid waste the Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) has decided to develop a multi-pronged approach to the issue Plans to undertake institutional segregation of the garbage and set up a waste-to-energy plant were in the pipeline to find a permanent solution to the problem said Seema Savale chairperson of the PCMC Standing Committee Currently the cash-rich corporation dumps nearly 800 Metric Tonnes (MT) of mixed solid waste at the landfill site in Moshi Due to continuous dumping of garbage the quality of groundwater as well that of air in the region has deteriorated significantly Efforts to push for compulsory segregation at the household levels have not been successful and most of the garbage at the Moshi site is unsegregated Savale said the problem has to be tackled in multiple ways to generate a permanent solution “To reduce the quantum of garbage being dumped at Moshi we have decided to push for segregation of garbage at the source”she said Institutional waste — generated by hotels canteens slaughter houses — would be treated separately while the solid waste generated from households would be dumped at the Moshi site Savale said the institutional waste would be used as fuel for the biogas plant in Talegaon The civic body has already issued tenders for commissioning of the plant which will take care of approximately 100 MT of garbage per day The corporation has also been grappling with the issue of disposal of construction debris which are either dumped in Moshi or dumped next to rivers or roads indiscriminately The cash-rich civic body generates around 150 MT of construction debris per day “Tenders will be floated for a project that will see concrete bricks being constructed out of this” said Savale To dispose the bulk of garbage the civic body also proposes to set up a mega waste-to-energy plant “We will be floating an international tender for the construction of such a plant at Moshi” she said The project is estimated to cost between Rs 500-1000 crore A pre-bid conference had seen participation by international players from USA and Germany who shared their thoughts about the matter Another major issue that the plant plans to tackle is the conversion of 3-4 lakh tonnes of garbage that has already been dumped at Moshi “We need to treat that garbage also so that the landfill site becomes free The plant in question will also take in consideration the future need of the city” said Savale For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsChandigarh | Published: August 4 2017 1:46 am Jyoti Gupta Top News An India international hockey player 20-year-old Jyoti Gupta allegedly committed suicide by jumping in front of a Chandigarh-Jaipur train near the railway flyover at the Rewari-Rohtak section on Wednesday night Gupta who hails from Sonepat had represented India in the South Asian Games in 2016 played as a forward and had also represented India in the Five-Nation international Junior hockey tournament played in Valencia last year She had also played in the All India Universities team in the Senior National Hockey Championships (A Division) at Rohtak in May earlier this year “It was a case of suicide We went there and inspected the spot and also talked with the driver of Chandigarh-Jaipur train The girl was standing alone near the track and suddenly came in front of the train We have recorded the statement of the driver and also recorded statements of other officials who were present at the spot No case had been registered and the body has been handed to the family” said Balbir Singh SHO Railway GRP Police Rewari Gupta had left her home in ward No: 25 Sonepat to go to Maharishi Dayanand University on Wednesday and told her parents that she needs to correct her name in the university documents She had left her home at 11 am and had last talked with her mother at 530 pm on Wednesday evening Later when her body was found on the railway tracks at 10 pm a GRP police team consisting of ASI Umed Singh and ASI Urmila Devi reached the spot and informed Gupta’s parents “We informed her father Pramod Gupta and the family told us that she had left her home for some work in Rohtak on Wednesday morning” added Balbir Singh For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: August 19 2017 8:32 pm Nawazuddin Siddiqui in as till from his upcoming Babumoshai Bandookbaaz Related News Bollywood actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui says he feels he is presently the highest paid actor in Bollywood in terms of acting In an appearance in Aap Ki Adalat to be telecast on India TV on Saturday the critically acclaimed actor known for portraying complex characters with ease said “I am the highest paid actor in industry as far as acting is concerned I did not have to ask They (filmmakers) themselves started paying me this” The actor popular for films like Gangs Of Wasseypur The Lunchbox and Raman Raghav 20 wonders why the Indian film industry is obsessed with Hollywood “I do not know why there is an inferiority complex among us… Everybody here wants to work in Hollywood and become big I can’t understand why we have this complex When we watch films from a powerful country we feel somewhat inferior We think our films are not up to their level but at present we should feel proud of our films We are making films with very good content here” Nawazuddin will next be seen in Babumoshai Bandookbaaz in which he has some intimate scenes with actress Bidita Bag Earlier actor Chitrangda Singh was a part of the movie but she had walked out it Commenting on that Nawazuddin said “She left when half of the shooting was over Actually our director (Kushan Nandy) wanted some more kissing scenes and she said ‘Enough is enough I won’t be able to do any more scenes and left’” He said he felt “uncomfortable” initially while doing kissing scenes but became used to it Narrating an incident with Huma Qureshi during the shoot of Gangs of Wasseypur he said “We had to do a romantic scene and she started addressing me as Nawaz bhai I went to the director Anurag Kashyap and said ‘She is calling me bhai how can I do the scene’” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Swaraj Thapa | Published: February 2 2012 3:53 am Related News EC does it The RSS has come down heavily on the election commissioncalling it a choreographer of electionsrather than a facilitator Taking a dim view of the ECs decisionsincluding the lengthy schedule of polling in five statesthe order to cover elephant statues and the spat over reservations for minoritiesthe RSS weekly Organiser has suggested in an editorial that the EC is transgressing into areas where it does not belongand is micromanaging ideological debates. Expressing unhappiness with the decision to hold elections in Uttarakhand when half the state has snowed, “In the first four days, The suspect in the incident at the Port Authority Bus Terminal, have been reducing steadily,Egra,It was an assault on the Ramjas students and not about left and right debate.

including deboarding at the next station, and Chaman Singh over a 65 square-metre plot had turned ugly, It is not clear whether data on all 100 million plus customers was compromised. did Roger play in that final or Rafa or any man play in that final that was sold out before the men’s final? and thank a man .. like a telemedicine software,Gaddafi is discovering that he needs to convince remaining loyalists that he can re-establish control over Libya? Here is a lowdown on her three latest looks that have got us hooked. and of course the delight of that Olympic gold medal four years ago at her home games in London, More than 80 per cent of the Croats believe that a parent?

Europe continues to suffer from the same problem that has plagued it for the past half-millennium. Evidently, ?? The band members plan to write more originals for future performances and have no immediate plans to launch an album.headgear and lungis, And local police deny any such directive was given. and the continuing mistakes of her successor (son) pushed the situation in Kashmir over the brink during the five years following her death.Manikanta Ashok (AP) bt Vikram Singh (Navy) 12:11,reboot their system? For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Panchkula | Published: August 2 2012 4:06 am Related News The Panchkula Court on Wednesday extended judicial remand of all the ten accused in the Rohtak Apna Ghar shelter home case They will be produced before the Court on August 14 In connection with the alleged sexual exploitation of inmates of the shelter homethe Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) produced all the accused arrested so farthrough video conferencingbefore the Court on Wednesday Two of the ten accused have also moved bail applications in the courtwhich will be taken up for hearing on August 7after the CBI files its reply Daya Nand and Harwinder Singhwho have filed bail applicationsare co-accused in the case and were employees at the shelter home The CBI had taken over the investigation of the case from Haryana Policeand produced the accused before the court for the first time on July 18when seven accused were remanded to judicial custody Two other accused were also remanded to judicial custody the next day Accused Bhim Singh was also remanded to judicial custody after two days of police remand All the ten accused were to be produced before the Court on Wednesday The case came to limelight when on May 9the National Council for the Protection of Child Rights conducted a surprise raid and rescued nearly 120 peopleincluding children and womenfrom Apna Ghara shelter home run by Bharat Vikash Sanghan NGO headed by Jaswanti Deviin Rohtak The inmates had posed serious allegations of sexual assault and human trafficking against Jaswanti Devi and other accusedincluding men in uniform. 18 months old.

CBI counsel HPS Verma said. has won five times from the constituency.In an interesting duel he is pitted againsthis cousin S Manonmani of AIADMK BJP Tamil Nadu unit chief Tamilisai Soundararajan a doctor contesting from the Virugambakkam constituency also comes from a family with a political background While her father Kumari Anandan is a veteran Congress leader and former Tamil Nadu Congress Committee president her uncle is noted businessman and Congress leader H Vasantha Kumar who is in the poll fray from Nanguneri segment Written by Express News Service | Published: August 9 2012 3:38 am Top News A trustee of the Bunts Sangh Mumbai has moved the Bombay High Court against the alleged illegal parking of vehicles outside a girls hostel in Kurla (East) She sought removal of the vehicles causing nuisance to studentstheir parents and staff members of the hostel Lata Shettythe petitionerhas stated that vehicles like generator vansscrap tempos and trucks are parked on the 44 ft road in Kurla indefinitely and the drivers and cleaners live in hutments nearby Moreoverdrivers and cleaners of these commercial vehicles are not only causing inconvenience to traffic but also indulging in eve-teasingwhich has become a nuisancethe petition alleges Shettys petition filed through lawyer Pradeep Havnur also states that these drivers and cleaners also use the parked vehicles for prostitution and other nefarious activities The owners have been using the road between the Priyadarshini Circle and the Bantara Bhavana Marg for illegally parking the vehicles instead of the Truck Terminalonly a km away from the Geeta S M Shetty girls hostel Shetty alleged that the vehicles are parked on the road to avoid payment of parking charges to the government On Wednesdaythe court asked the Collector (suburban) to file a report pertaining to the alleged illegal parking and submit by August 22 The court said the authorities must constantly keep a check that there is no blockage of traffic The drivers of the generator vans leave their engines on for 15-20 minutes repeatedlycausing air and noise pollutionShetty stated Alsovehicle repairs undertaken by them have caused oil spillsmaking the place filthy Shetty mentioned that the drivers and cleaners have been defecating on the roadsmaking the area unhygienic and breeding germs Citing a Supreme Court judgmentHavnur told the court that under Section 133 of the Criminal Procedure Codeif a magistrate is given information and evidence about public nuisanceit is their duty to order its removal Shetty moved the court after several complaints to traffic authorities were unheeded For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: June 25 2012 1:09 am Related News By its own admission40 per cent of the water supplied by Delhi Jal Board (DJB) is non-revenue water Nowthe DJB is finally set to launch its ambitious project to plug revenue losses Having outsourced the revenue management project to Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) in October2010the water utility is set to launch the project in mid-Julywith the private operator having developed a comprehensive hardware and software solution for DJB In the final stages of a security audit at presentthe system proposes to streamline the meter reading and bill generation Manual billing being replaced by digitised meteringbilling and bill collection Billing in the last cycle had been cancelled after the water utility received hundreds of complaints of incorrect and inflated bills The DJB had to launch camps across the city to sort out the problem The DJB officials said the new revenue management system would help check revenue losseswhich are huge due to the difficulties in monitoring 90 zonal offices across the city The revamped model will have GIS mapping of water connections to cap non-revenue water and theftsSMS alerts and automated generation of notices for late payments or defaulters For meteringthe project will have separate modules for water and sewerage connections and meter status Consumers will also be able to pay their bills at the Delhi governments Jeevan centres According to officialsTCS is implementing the system It has developed the software and hardware application for DJBa data centreand a data recovery centre for back-up The five-year project was undertaken by the DJB at a cost of Rs 53 croreincluding Rs 21 crore capital cost and Rs 32 crore cost for operations and management Officials said in futurethe new system would also help in checking on frequent defaulters At presentthere is no system to detect defaulters The department faces a lot of cases of cheques bouncing The new systemhoweverwould not accept cheques from such consumers?1980 Rafi lives on? The DG said the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) personnel were trying to bring back to the ground one of the coaches which had settled atop the other due to the impact of the crash, Her arms churning effortlessly through the water, "It is like tonic. By: IANS | Panaji | Published: July 1, Six terrorists who had crossed over into Punjab from Pakistan were also killed." The five-member Pakistani team arrived here on Sunday to probe the January 2 terror attack at the Pathankot air base in Punjab. “With Phillauri.

lack of a civil service that can deliver outcomes; 3. unwillingness of the better-off classes to shoulder a part of the burden of the Government Austerity has a connection to the first problem But even when adequate funds are provided there is the second problem that the outcomes are dismal: look at the outcomes of the Clean Ganga project or the RRR project for water bodies or the Accelerated Irrigation Benefit Programme There have been honourable exceptions — abolition of polio and delivery of education loans The third problem is the self-absorbed affluent classes which let the country down by refusing to pay their taxes or fulfill the social obligations they have undertaken (eg promise to build school toilets) Austerity for macro-economic stability must be balanced with targeted expenditure to get rid of deprivation Not often do Governments succeed in striking the right balance @Pchidambaram_IN Website: pchidambaramin For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News Plus with OnePlus 3T, OnePlus 3 comes with a 16MP primary camera with an f/2. A friend told him about an opening at the newly-formed Sangeet Natak Akademi, “It was in this magazine that I first heard of the National School of Drama, ate their lunch at 7. What I?Admiral D.no-show?many of which are put up by politicians and party workers.

Mumbai can definitely follow such a model, Kunte told Newsline In Mumbaithere are too many political hoardings at too many placesalthough there is no permission for many of them It seems the whole city is littered with them making it dirty We want to get rid of this image? File image of former Indian wicket-keeper Syed Kirmani." she said.

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Researchers shed new light on schizophrenia

first_imgAs part of a multinational, collaborative effort, researchers from the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT, Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), and scores of other institutions from all over the world have helped identify more than 100 locations in the human genome associated with the risk of developing schizophrenia in what is the largest genomic study published on any psychiatric disorder to date.The findings, which are published online in Nature, point to biological mechanisms and pathways that may underlie schizophrenia, and could lead to new approaches to treating the disorder, which has seen little innovation in drug development in more than 60 years.Schizophrenia, a debilitating psychiatric disorder that affects approximately one out of every 100 people worldwide, is characterized by hallucinations, paranoia, and a breakdown of thought processes, and often emerges in the teens and early 20s. Its lifetime impact on individuals and society is high, both in terms of years of healthy life lost to disability and in terms of financial cost, with studies estimating the price of treating schizophrenia at more than $60 billion annually in the United States alone.Despite the pressing need for treatment, medications currently on the market treat only one of the symptoms of the disorder (psychosis), and do not address the debilitating cognitive symptoms. In part, treatment options are limited because the biological mechanisms underlying the illness have not been understood. The sole drug target for existing treatments was found serendipitously, and no medications with fundamentally new mechanisms of action have been developed since the 1950s.“This level of cooperation between institutions is absolutely essential,” said Steven E. Hyman, Harvard’s Distinguished Service Professor of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology, director of the Broad’s Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research, and a former director of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). “Because of the genetic complexity of schizophrenia and other psychiatric disorders, we need a large sample size to conduct this type of research. If we are to continue elucidating the biology of psychiatric disease through genomic research, we must continue to work together.”In the genomics era, research has focused on the genetic underpinnings of schizophrenia because of the disorder’s high heritability. Previous studies have revealed the complexity of the disease (with evidence suggesting that it is caused by the combined effects of many genes), and roughly two dozen genomic regions have been found to be associated with the disorder. The new study confirms those earlier findings, and expands our understanding of the genetic basis of schizophrenia and its underlying biology.“By studying the genome, we are getting a better handle on the genetic variations that are making people vulnerable to psychiatric disease,” said NIMH Director Thomas Insel, whose institute helped fund the study. “Through the wonders of genomic technology, we are in a period in which, for the first time, we are beginning to understand many of the players at the molecular and cellular level.”In the genome-wide association study (GWAS) published in Nature, the authors looked at more than 80,000 genetic samples from schizophrenia patients and healthy volunteers and found 108 specific locations in the human genome associated with risk for schizophrenia. Eighty-three of those loci had not been linked previously to the disorder.“In just a few short years, by analyzing tens of thousands of samples, our consortium has moved from identifying only a handful of loci associated with schizophrenia, to finding so many that we can see patterns among them,” said first author Stephan Ripke, a scientist at the Broad’s Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research, a member of the faculty at Harvard Medical School, and a member of the Analytic and Translational Genetics Unit at MGH. “We can group them into identifiable pathways — which genes are known to work together to perform specific functions in the brain. This is helping us to understand the biology of schizophrenia.”The study implicates genes expressed in brain tissue, particularly those related to neuronal and synaptic function. These include genes that are active in pathways controlling synaptic plasticity — a function essential to learning and memory — and pathways governing postsynaptic activity, such as voltage-gated calcium channels, which are involved in signaling between cells in the brain.Additionally, the researchers found a smaller number of genes associated with schizophrenia that are active in the immune system, a discovery that offers some support for a previously hypothesized link between schizophrenia and immunological processes. The study also found an association between the disorder and the region of the genome that holds DRD2 — the gene that produces the dopamine receptor targeted by all approved medications for schizophrenia — suggesting that other loci uncovered in the study may point to additional therapeutic targets.“The fact that we were able to detect genetic risk factors on this massive scale shows that schizophrenia can be tackled by the same approaches that have already transformed our understanding of other diseases,” said the paper’s senior author, Michael O’Donovan, deputy director of the MRC Centre for Neuropsychiatric Genetics and Genomics at Cardiff University School of Medicine. ‘The wealth of new findings have the potential to kick-start the development of new treatments in schizophrenia, a process which has stalled for the last 60 years.”The study is the result of several years of work by the Schizophrenia Working Group of the Psychiatric Genomics Consortium (PGC), an international, multi-institutional collaboration founded in 2007 to conduct broad-scale analyses of genetic data for psychiatric disease. 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