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who dominated Canadian fourth-seeded and home favourite Milos Raonic 6-4, Off days can happen to even great bowlers, Principal accountant General, 2017 5:06 pm Bidisha Bezbaruah (Source: Twitter) Related News Assamese actress and singer Bidisha Bezbaruah,” PTI Ahmedabad:?” said Amitabh during the event. “We haven’t spoken about it, We celebrate all our festivals and organise various cultural activities like dance and music shows on these days. At that point of time, regarded as the greatest prospect in his position in world football.
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we intend to keep our focus on the young and hip crowd of Gurgaon and Delhi. Jitender gained two more by overpowering Rana. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: June 12, It is believed through all this,Jiang ZheMin, "then it’s a mystery to me and all of her doctors. "Using taxpayers’ money to finance professional football clubs can create unfair competition, Seeking his fourth Atlanta title in five seasons, Or at best, Yet,news about kidney black-marketeeringis common the outrage involving poor illiterate patients duped of their organs for paltry sums of money or cash-strapped donors parting with their kidneys in exchange for meagre compensation Such largescale scandals highlight the economic disparityin the country However another widely prevalent skew in kidney donation — gender disparity — is just as shocking when the bald numbers are scanned Doctors at Narayana Health a large Bangalore-headquartered hospital chain run by well-known cardiac surgeon Devi Shetty found that an overwhelming 65 per cent of kidney donors in its hospitals are women whereas 70 per cent of kidney recipients are male Kidney donation is a medically proven safe process that has no bearing on a person’s lifespan Yet a combination of economic social and cultural factors as well as coercion tilts these statistics against women The pressure on the woman to donate her organ is so extreme that in order to rescue the reluctant woman nephrologists like Vincent Lloyd head of department and senior consultant Nephrology of Narayana Hospitals are sometimes impelled to summon the family and state that the woman is “medically unfit” to make the kidney donation When a woman confides in the social worker or doctor that she is being forced to donate her organ against her will doctors have learned to come up with reasons on the unsuitability of the particular donor Both men and women are equally susceptible to renal disease but of every 100 kidney transplants that Narayana conducts 65 to 70 donors are women and 70 recipients are men says a recent study released by its nephrologists Voluntary kidney donations are classified “altruistic” but are neither voluntary nor altruistic in some cases The numerical pattern weighing against the female gender predictably repeats in other hospitals including in corporate hospital chains catering to the well-heeled not just in Bangalore but in cities across the country The predominant donor is the wife of the recipient but other female relatives such as sister mother and grandmother and even mother-in-law are called into the equation to give a new lease of life to their male relatives “The pressure is much more when the women are uneducated financially dependent living with their in-laws and having no financial or other support from their parents’ side” says Lloyd If the woman is young employed and has the support of her parents she could stand up and refuse the organ donation but such cases are rare he said The social and familial pressure on women to donate is immense The pressure stems from women feeling more responsible for the welfare of the family Mothers and sisters counted for the most frequent donors after the wives Role compulsions such as “My husband/ brother/ son is more important than me” create pressure and cultural stereotyping of the sacrificial role played by the wife/ mother/ sister plays an important role in the woman’s “altruism” says Usha Bapat a psychiatric social worker who has worked for decades in the field of renal transplants at St John’s Hospital and is now a consultant at Jain Hospital “It is culturally ingrained in Indian women that they have to sacrifice” says Bapat She knows of divorced widowed or otherwise financially dependent women feeling obliged to repay their families by donating their kidneys It all boils down to the social complexities that Indian women have to live with says Narayana’s Lloyd which felicitated five kidney donors this week all women In some renal transplant programmes in India women outnumber men as kidney donors by a ratio of 6:1 he said Narayana wants to raise awareness on this by collating and disseminating the numbers In general gender inequity is widely prevalent in India when it comes to access to medical care In complicated diseases like renal failure men are much more likely to arrive at hospitals to receive medical attention than women Even if diagnosed women fail to show up for treatment because kidney haemodialysis is an expensive process That also makes women less likely to receive dialysis treatments and gives them even slimmer chances of receiving renal transplants For instance studies in neighbouring Andhra Pradesh show worse trends for women in both dialysis and transplantsThe only exceptions are in the case of the kidney sale scandals Here a majority of the donors are men and a majority of the recipientstoo are men Women who confide their circumstances to social workers during personal interviews fear lifelong repercussions for refusing to donate their organ “We have to deal with this very delicately” says Bapat So that she does not get blamed and shamed for the rest of her life the woman declaresin front of the family “Oh I wish I could have given my kidney” [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Kolkata | Published: October 10 2017 5:09 pm Full of pace and seemingly endless stamina Iraq will rely on Mohammed Dawood (Source: PTI) Related News After holding two-time champions Mexico to a 1-1 draw a buoyant Iraq will look to post a win when they take on a demoralised Chile in their second Group F match of the FIFA U-17 World Cup Iraq secured their first ever point at the U-17 World Cup with a spirited draw against heavyweights Mexico and they would look to continue the momentum against Chile who suffered a massive 0-4 defeat against England in their opening game Full of pace and seemingly endless stamina Mohammed Dawood spearheaded the Iraqi counter-attacking game plan to perfection and found himself in front of the goal post on more than one occasion Dawood gave the Asian champions a surprise lead in the 16th minute before Mexico’s Roberto De La Rosa scored the equaliser in the 61st minute Dawood’s dominance tomorrow can prove instrumental in deciding whether Iraq would progress from Group F to the Round of 16 in their second Under-17 World Cup appearance However Iraq’s coach Qahtan Jathir is in no mood to look too far ahead and said their focus is solely on Chileans at the moment “Chile will not be easy They have good players and are strong physically They have good tactics as well So we will give our best against them” he said Chile would have to get their act together after a humiliating defeat in the previous game or face ouster It would be important for the Chileans to stop the Dawood’s incisive ploys tomorrow but their ace goalkeeper Julio Borquez will be missed as he was red-carded against England “He (Julio Borquez) is a really important player for us We have good goalkeepers so we will take a call as to who will take his place” Chile coach Hernan Caputto said In the absence of Borquez who was adjudged Best Goalkeeper in the South American U-17 championship Chile will have to pick between Rodrigo Cancino and Hugo Araya Squads: Chile: Rodrigo Cancino Hugo Araya; Gaston Zuniga Matias Silva Lucas Alarcon Sebastian Valencia Nicolas Aravena Yerco Oyanedel; Maximiliano Guerrero Mauricio Morales Martin Lara Oliver Rojas Branco Provoste; Diego Valencia Pedro Campos William Gama Ignacio Contreras Ignacio Mesias Jairo Vasquez Antonio Diaz Iraq: Ali Ibadi Mustafa Zuhair Abdulazeez Ammar; Ali Raad Muntadher Abdulsada Abdulabbas Ayad Ammar Mohammed Maytham Jabbar Muntadher Mohammed Mohammed Al-Baqer; Habeeb Mohammed Saif Khalid Mohammed Ridha Abbas Ali Bassam Shakir Mohammed Ali Moamel Karim Ahmed Sartip; Mohammed Dawood Ali Kareem Alaa Adnaan Match starts at 2000 hours IST For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: February 24 2016 10:49 am Actress Sunny Leone’s message to youngsters who have not smoked till now and are thinking about it is to avoid picking up the cigarette (Source: Varinder Chawla) Related News Actress Sunny Leone’s message to youngsters who have not smoked till now and are thinking about it is to avoid picking up the cigarette “For the youngsters out there if you haven’t started smoking yet or thinking about it don’t pick up that first cigarette It’s not worth it in the long run and it’s not cool If you want to try just think twice before trying it” said Sunny at the launch of a special anti-smoking advertisement featuring her and ‘Tanu Weds Manu’ actor Deepak Dobriyal “Smoking is bad for health This is something very close to my heart my father passed away from cancer from smoking cigarettes” she said (Read:I love sports says Sunny Leone) “I want people to stop smoking and live a happier healthier life Unfortunately you can’t force anybody but you can tell people not to smoke around them Maybe if the government restaurant owners say that they don’t want smoke inside their buildings then that would be the first step” she added The informative advertisement titled ’11 minutes’ has been directed by ‘Hawaizaada’ director Vibhu Puri also stars actor Alok Nath (PHOTOS:Sunny Leone unveils her cricket team with husband) The concept revolves around Deepak’s character who is on his deathbed and his near and dear ones trying to identify and fulfill his last wish – of meeting up with Sunny’s character which creates a humorous climax About her own experiences of smoking Sunny mentioned about her first time “It was gross disgusting It never has been for me and it’ll continue to be that way” Click here to watch the video She also said “I’ve been lucky my co-stars that smoke cigarettes always are very respectful and say ‘Do you mind if I smoke’ I tell them it’s fine if they go a bit far I personally don’t like second-hand smoke it is as deadly as smoking a cigarette” The ’11 Minutes’ refers to the amount of life which apparently gets cut down with each cigarette For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Jalandhar | Published: December 8 2017 1:39 am (Representational Image) Top News Two jail inmates fled from the Phagwara sub-jail on Thursday morning after throwing tea mixed with pepper on the face of a jail guard who was on duty at the entry gate A third inmates who also made an attempt to run was overpowered by jail staff Later a case has been registered against six persons including three undertrials and three head constables (HCs) of jail and Additional Director General of Police (Jail) marked an inquiry to Ludhiana Jail Superintendent There were total 13 jail inmates lodged in this sub-jail The incident took place at around 7:15 am The inmates who fled from jail included Amandeep Kumar of Bhabhiana village and Rajinder Singh of Samrai village while third Pawan Kumar was nabbed It is learnt that when jail guards Harpal Singh and Mangat Singh were opening the jail gate for the entry of HC Kabul Singh inside the jail the two inmates threw tea on Harpal’s face and in the melee they managed to flee while third inmate Pawan Kumar was also made an attempt but was overpowered by Harpal Singh The accused Amandeep was lodged in jail in a case under Section 324 IPC since November 24 while Rajwinder was arrested under Section 308 IPC since November 28 There were two gates at the jail and both were opened when the inmates fled from there said jail staff adding that it was a clear case of negligence All the senior police officials including SP Phagwara Parminder Singh Bhandhal rushed to the spot He also said that it was negligence on the part of jail staff The CCTV cameras which have been installed inside the jail were not working as they had developed some technical fault a couple of months back Sources informed that earlier also the same accused had attempted to escape from jail after demolishing the wall of the bathroom but had failed and despite that jail authorities were not keeping a tab on their activities A case was registered under Section 223 (escape from confinement or custody negligently suffered by public servant) and Section 224 IPC 544 (39) (41) of Jail Manual Act against Amadeep Kumar Rajwinder Singh Pawan Kumar HC Mangat Singh Kabul Singh and Harpal Singh Meanwhile Additional Director General of Police (Jails) Iqbal Singh Sahota marked an inquiry to Ludhiana Jail Superintendent S P Krishna who visited Phagwara jail and said that he will submit his report in a couple of days For all the latest Cities News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: January 3 2016 4:45 pm Abhijat Joshi known for his work with Vinod Chopra Productions has written their projects like “Lage Raho Munna Bhai” “3 Idiots” “PK” and others Related News The writers in the film industry are underpaid and do not get much recognition for their good work feels noted writer Abhijat Joshi Joshi known for his work with Vinod Chopra Productions has written their projects like “Lage Raho Munna Bhai” “3 Idiots” “PK” and others “I never have had issues as I work in a company that respects writers and I am rewarded well But I do hear these stories of less recognition less payment and this has to change” Joshi told PTI However he is also of the view that the film industry values good scripts “The industry understands that script is essential to the success of a film I think the writers also understand it and they have to consistently produce good work So they are in a position to negotiate” he said On the scenario of scripts in the industry he said “Only a handful of great scripts have come in the recent past Salim sir and Javed sir kept coming up with good scripts they became household names even when there was no television It can happen” Later there came a phase when writers were forgotten but Joshi feels times are now changing “I think the whole trend from ‘Munnabhai…’ has shifted to focusing on good stories I think in the coming ten years lot of writers will make name for themselves” he said Abhijat thinks the taste and preference of audience is a myth and that people enjoy certain kind of films “It (taste and a preference of audiences) is built Like what happened in case of ‘Munnabhai…’ it was a different kind of a film but people accepted it If it’s a unique idea it takes a long time to work as it’s on an uncharted territory” he said Joshi believes in coming up with innovative ideas in story-writing “It took six years for us to script ‘Munnabhai…’ I believe the idea should be unique we never work on an idea that has been worked before So we take time But when you see the response it is rewarding” he added Joshi is excited about his next release – “Wazir” – as a writer starring Farhan Akhtar Amitabh Bachchan and Aditi Rao Hydari The film directed by Bejoy Nambiar is scheduled to release on January 8 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: April 6 2016 11:22 am Schumer 34 said that Glamour magazine had included her name on the front cover without her permission while putting her 2015 feature from the main magazine in the special issue reported Entertainment Weekly (Source: Instagram) Related News “Trainwreck” star Amy Schumer has criticised a magazine for featuring her name in their new issue that focuses around “plus size women” in the entertainment modelling and music industries The comedian and actress’s name is included on the front cover of the special edition of the magazine alongside those of Adele and Melissa McCarthy while model Ashley Graham adorned the cover itself in a red dress Schumer 34 said that Glamour magazine had included her name on the front cover without her permission while putting her 2015 feature from the main magazine in the special issue reported Entertainment Weekly “I think there’s nothing wrong with being plus size Beautiful healthy women Plus size is considered size 16 in America I go between a size 6 and an 8 @glamourmag put me in their plus size only issue without asking or letting me know and it doesn’t feel right to me” Schumer wrote in an Instagram post “Young girls seeing my body type thinking that is plus size What are your thoughts Mine are not cool glamour not glamourous” A spokesperson for Glamour reacted to Schumer’s criticism saying that the publication’s intention was not to offend her “First off we love Amy and our readers do too – which is why we featured her on the cover of Glamour last year “The cover line on this special edition – which is aimed at women size 12 and up – simply says ‘Women Who Inspire Us’ since we believe her passionate and vocal message of body positivity IS inspiring as is the message of the many other women of all sizes featured The edition did not describe her as plus-size We are sorry if we offended her in any way” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News
Amarjit’s father Chandra Mani Singh Kiyam is a small-time farmer and part-time carpenter. but neither fighter has lost and Kovalev is always just one big punch away from ending any fight. at one of the centres on Wednesday. They have now not lost in 38 qualifying matches. will visit Lucknow on the invitation of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. claims Bhatt. For all the latest Entertainment News.
Under the illusion of monitoring, Otherwise, Fighting back Although he’s still recovering from the rib problems which forced him out of the fourth round of Wimbledon.