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said an official at the secretariat. The official said that after the Supreme Court ruled that Aadhaar should not be linked to the domestic gas subsidy, “Had the administration acted against organisation of a Muslim panchayat from the start,only 22 per cent and 28 per cent of the total students managed first class." Piros said the white replacements rustled up by tournament officials were very comfortable. this month the public health department has recorded at least three cases of cholera infection in Dharavi and Trombay. The report shows an increase in the incidence of diabetes and ischaemic heart disease between 1990 and 2016 by 174 and 104 percent respectively.In 2016 three of the five leading causes of disease burden in India were non-communicable with ischaemic heartdisease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease as the toptwo causes among all the Indian states and Union territories that were studied as part of the report Though the risk was highest in Punjab Tamil Nadu Kerala Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra in 2016 the contribution of these risks has increased in every state of the country since 1990 the report pointed out The differences in the health profile of the Indian states the study stresses has highlighted even further on the need for understanding the health situation of each state What it means is that India needs targetted health policy aimed to resolve the issues in every state differently The study conducted by the Indian Council of MedicalResearch Public Health Foundation of India and Institute forHealth Metrics and Evaluation is the first comprehensiveanalysis of the health of India’s 134 billion citizens It was published in The Lancet journal With inputs from PTI Indian monsoon rainfall below average and less than forecast | Reuters Fwire Reuters Sep 30 2017 17:13:38 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Sep 30 2017 17:13 PM | Updated Date: Sep 30 2017 17:13 PM Tags : Guwahati: Assam Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has kicked up a storm with his remarks that some people suffer from life-threatening diseases such as cancer because of sins committed in the past which he called "divine justice" The comments sparked sharp reactions in the political circles and among cancer patients "God makes us suffer when we sin Sometimes we come across young men getting inflicted with cancer or young men meeting with accidents If you observe the background you will come to know that it’s divine justice Nothing else We have to suffer that divine justice" Sarma said at a function organised for distribution of appointment letters to teachers on Tuesday File image of Assam minister Himanta Biswa Sarma PTI "In this lifetime or in our previous life or perhaps my father or mother. perhaps that young man did not do but his father has done something wrong It is mentioned even in Gita Bible about the outcome of one’s actions No point in being sad. all will get the outcome of this life’s actions in this life only That divine justice always will be there Nobody can escape the divine justice that will happen" he said Reacting to the comments Congress leader Debabratta Saikia on Wednesday said "It is unfortunate that the health minister has made such a remark on cancer patients hurting their feelings As he has made the remark publicly the minister should also apologise for it publicly" AIUDF leader Aminul Islam asserted that the health minister made this remark to cover his failure to control the spread of cancer in the state "He has given up he can’t control" he said Some cancer patients said they were saddened by the health minister’s remarks at a time when it is an established medical fact that there are scientific reasons and various other parameters responsible for the disease State-run Dr B Barooah Cancer Institute’s Medical Superintendent Dr BB Borthakur sought to downplay Sarma’s remarks "I don’t think the minister made the remark on scientific basis but in a social context as I understand I don’t think it is a matter to be made into a controversy It is not a matter to be given so much importance" he told PTI

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Chennai City FC gave their best amidst the huge crowds cheering for the home team. Pimple Saudagar, “I feel humbled when a former India captain says something like that.Other patients are usually hesitant near such a person.Beena Bharadwaj,Manish Chauhan and Om Prakash Mishra fromGangoh Swar Bilaspur Shamli and Kidwai Nagar; these five constituencies were all won by Congress MLAsPradeep Kumar Nawab Kazim Ali Khan Sanjay Kapoor Pankaj Malik andAjay Kumar in 2012 By doing this Akhilesh has proven himself to be as proficient as his wrestler father Mulayam Singh Yadav in the dhobhipat daon a colloquially used wrestling term in the Hindi heartland which refers to tricking a rival and flooring him in a dangal Mulayam is renowned for making last-minute changes to strategy outwitting supposed alliance partners all to keep his political supremacy intact Whether Akhilesh’s first list in defiance of Congress’ demands came following advice from his father or not remains to be seen but it has certainly rattled Rahul Gandhi and Co It effectively means that if Congress is to align with SP it has to do so on the latter’s terms; it cannot dictate terms to Akhilesh-Mulayam After the initial shock therapy came a softener from SP’s national vice-president Kiranmoy Nanda who said SP has already offered 54 seats to Congress and could yield a further 25 seats if the latter came to the negotiating table Congress hasn’t reacted to Nanda’s offer yet SP’s list and its vice-president’s statement even if taken on face value mean that SP is willing to concede only ‘C’ or ‘D’ category seats Ahead of every election parties prepare lists weighing their strengths in a given constituency and winnability marked on an ‘A-B-C-D’ marking system (‘D’ seats are which the party has never won before; ‘C’ seats are those which it might have won years ago but have since witnessed heavy defeats) SP has already rejected Ajit Singh’sRashtriya Janata Dal (RLD) and it’s upto the Congress if it wants to accommodate RLD from its own quota of seats Akhilesh-Mulayam are wary of Ajit Singh since Muslims in western UP may react adversely to SP if Ajit Singh and his Jat support base becomes an alliance partner Congress on its part has been spending far too much time and energy deliberating whether or not Rahul Gandhi should travel to Lucknow to have a joint media briefing with Akhilesh or if Akhilesh should travel to Delhi to hold a briefing with the Congress vice-president If the choice of venueis Lucknow and Rahul Gandhi travels there to have a photo-op with Akhilesh it would mean he’s conceding to the SP leader’s superiority Little do Congress leaders realise that Mulayam-Akhilesh are far superior politicians than those part of Rahul’s coterie It’s interesting that in one single stroke Akhilesh Yadav has established his total command He has arrived on the scene in UP’s landscape as a seasoned politician in his own right The inclusion of Shivpal’s name meanwhile may mean there never was a split in the SP except a fight for supremacy inside the Yadav clan In its 42-page order while giving the Samajwadi Party name and cycle symbol to Akhilesh the Election Commission had dwelt at length as to why it was convinced there had been a split in the party Students and practitioners of politics always have some interesting lessons to learn Written by Agencies | London | Published: September 10 2009 10:12 am Related News She had famously confessed to blowing her fortune on cocainebut Lindsay Lohan seems to have learnt her lesson and turned an anti-drugs campaigner The ‘Mean Girls’ star was photographed out in Beverly Hills sporting a T-shirt with a anti-drugs messagereported Sun online Waving a peace sign as she wandered around in a pair of tiny denim hotpantsthe party animal wore a T-shirt emblazoned with the words ‘Just Say No To Drugs’ Lohanwho is dating celebrity DJ Samantha Ronson has had three stints in the rehab in the past two years For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Vishal Sikka will receive the princely sum of $1 as his annual salary during his tenure as Executive Vice Chairman Though his stock options remain this single piece of information in a lengthy press statement announcing Sikka’s sudden resignation as CEO and MD of Infosys shows the profound impact of the continuous criticism by Infosys’ founders as far as Sikka and remuneration go Compassionate or not capitalism appears in a new light under Sikka 20 From being the second-highest paid Indian CEO Sikka will work for the next few months virtually for free As Infosys stands at the cusp of changes at the very top perhaps now is as good a time as ever to codify a clear corporate philosophy A set of values for Infoscions Will the company founded by a socialist era leader and his friends steeped in austerity continue to run with the ‘frugality’ mantra they espoused Even when they no longer run the show Or will it display the quintessential image of a multi-billion dollar global business where the top honchos show off their riches unabashedly set off across the globe on private jets Because believe it or not the current state of affairs is almost all about perceptions it has little to do with the actual performance of the company True it has been facing heat over allegedly falling corporate governance standards and Infosys has already indicated it will not be able to achieve the earlier $20 billion revenue target by 2020 – not by a long shot perhaps But these are not the reasons why it has been thrown in such an upheaval The Infosys of today must clearly define the path ahead for itself as far a public perceptions go let performance take a backseat Already it is possible that promoters may well get to steer the company once again In any case since Narayana Murthy’s constant public criticism of the Infosys top management has lead to Sikka’s exit one possibility is that Sikka’s successor fits the image that Murthy has of a CEO that the successor will espouse causes dear to Murthy’s heart Will this be necessarily good for a professionally run company which has to compete in a cut-throat environment globally in a challenging market battling widespread job losses is something IT experts will discuss endlessly over the next few days But it is clear that just having ambitious business goals may no longer be enough for Infy it needs a clear corporate philosophy on money Murthy continues to have strong opinions on Infosys’s functioning even now try and build public opinion against Sikka which was enough to see why Sikka may have thrown up his hands and resigned this morning a Mint report said If indeed some members of the Infy board have privately expressed their distrust in the CEO and MD he should have resigned anyway This and various objections made by Murthy over the last several months have been strongly refuted by Infosys which has said in a strongly worded statement that Murthy’s letter “contains factual inaccuracies already-disproved rumours and statements extracted out of context from his conversations with Board members” But let us come to the root cause of this entire drama: Murthy’s pet peeve about compassionate capitalism and why there is too much money being thrown after CEOs with little by way of return His point has been about drilling some sense into CEO pay restoring some balance between the median pay that an employee of the company gets versus the top honcho Sikka was the second highest paid CEO in India last fiscal a Business Standard report said And this one speaks of a huge pay gap between CEOs and other employees at Indian companies with the biggest listed blue-chip firms doling out to their top executives salary packages of up to 1200-times the median employee remunerations In fact median employee remuneration fell or remained almost same during the last fiscal while the top executive pay jumped further As the gap between the haves and the have-nots rises Murthy has a point where he has stressed that CEO pay should be 50-100 times the median pay and not more than that This is the core of what Infosys needs to debate right now – will there be any compassion while it pursues capitalism In his blog post Sikka has blamed “unrelenting baseless/malicious and increasingly personal attacks” for his shock decision and said he cannot carry out the CEO’s job under such circumstances And as mentioned earlier Infosys has released a detailed statement not just attacking Murthy’s outbursts but also stoutly defending its corporate governance standards As the dust settles down on Sikka’s exit perhaps the comments below the ex-CEO’s twitter announcement of his resignation are more telling than all the other debates? 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