which was decided when Oli was PM, Reserved) saw 56 per cent polling each.strongly condemning the incident stated,In fact the councillor should have set an example for other people by coming to the Tehsildars office in queue that too on his terms Being an elected representative of the peoplecouncillor should lead the people by example than throwing his weight on the government officials and pressurising officers to do their work out of turn? The Colonisers and Property Dealers? 2011 10:03 am Related News Don? 2009 5:02 am Related News The much-hyped demolition drive of the Municipal Corporation on the Pakhowal Road became a flop flop show today when the team came back giving 24-hour ultimatum to encroachers. replaced Ivaylo Petev in September 2016 but failed to lead the Balkan country to the 2018 World Cup. “As per a Supreme Court ruling, That process speeds up substantially past age 60.“Therefore identifying opportunities to intervene and delay the loss of motor units in old age is of critical importance” Power said For news updates follow us on Facebook Twitter Google+ & Instagram For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 7 2016 4:27 pm Up your swag game this Movember by flaunting abeard that suits your face?Secretary,063) in the US. 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(Courtesy: Six Senses Spa) For all the latest Lifestyle News. we need to confirm these findings with additional research, the expert added For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe biotech company Sanaria harvests sporozoites (yellow) that cause malaria from mosquito salivary glands (red) which it then injects into people to immunize them London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine/Science Source Injecting live malaria parasites into people safely immunizes them from the disease By Jon CohenFeb 15 2017 1:00 PM A malaria vaccine approach that might strike some as radical has had stunning success in a small human trial Its developers contend the unusual strategy could serve as a backbone of campaigns that attempt to eliminate the devastating disease “It’s an extremely exciting piece of work” says Pedro Alonso who heads the Global Malaria Programme at the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva Switzerland “It’s not the most conventional approach of immunization but given the magnitude of the malaria problem it’s well worth pursuing” Vaccines typically train the immune system with a harmless version of the disease-causing organism But traditional malaria vaccines that contain a weakened version or just pieces of the Plasmodium parasite that causes the disease have had lackluster success So researchers from Sanaria a biotech company that makes various malaria vaccines in Rockville Maryland and their collaborators at the University of Tübingen in Germany upped the ante: They injected live Plasmodium sporozoites—the form of the parasite that establishes the infection—into the veins of nine people The volunteers got three injections at 4-week intervals They also took antimalaria chloroquine pills shortly before during and shortly after receiving the sporozoites which crippled the parasite in the liver before it could return to the bloodstream in a disease-causing form When the researchers “challenged” the nine vaccinated participants with the sporozoites 10 weeks later and did not give them chloroquine no one became infected and no serious side effects occurred they report today in Nature In contrast 13 people who were challenged and did not receive the vaccine all had the parasites in their blood (at which point they received treatment) The success with live sporozoites is not a first: In 2009 researchers reported 100% protection in 10 volunteers taking chloroquine who were “vaccinated” by having mosquitoes infected with P falciparum intentionally bite them But the team admitted that using mosquitoes as the delivery vehicle does “not represent a widely implementable vaccine strategy” (To make the chemoprophylaxis vaccine—or CVac as Sanaria calls it—the company harvests and purifies sporozoites from the salivary glands of mosquitoes) The researchers don’t know how long protection from CVac will last Adults who have built up natural immunity to malaria after surviving infections lose that protection within a few years if they move to an area without malaria transmission However modeling shows that if 90% of a population received injections of these sporozoites at the proper dose coupled with mass “chemoprophylaxis” with drugs like chloroquine for only 6 months it would “halt malaria and eliminate the parasite” says Sanaria’s founder and CEO Stephen Hoffman “We think that would be revolutionary” he says noting that “mass drug administration” to prevent malaria already takes place in some locales That may not be a realistic strategy cautions epidemiologist Marcel Tanner who heads the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute in Basel and has worked in Africa for 38 years “If you don’t have enough dirt on your shoes to know how this goes you can overlook simple operational problems” For example failure to properly follow the sporozoite injections with antimalarial treatment could lead to serious illness and even death “I could imagine many ethical boards and governments would have hesitations” Tanner says Still he says CVac could work well for travelers or military troops temporarily visiting malarial areas—and maybe on an island or in other well-defined areas where you can “vaccinate and treat like a military action”By: Indo-Asian News Service | London | Updated: July 21 2014 5:08 pm Having a dog can positively affect an elderly person’s mental health too (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News Dog owners over the age of 65 act and feel 10 years younger than their biological age says a study Having a dog can positively affect an elderly person’s mental health too the study added “Our results show that dog ownership is associated with an increased level of physical activity in the over-65s” said Zhiqiang Feng from University of St Andrews in Britain “On average older dog owners were 12 percent more active than their counterparts who did not own a dog” Feng added The study that involved 547 elderly people showed that dog owners were not only more physically active but their levels of activity were the equivalent of people 10 years younger “Our results suggest that dog ownership may motivate personal activity and enable older people to overcome many potential barriers such as lack of social support inclement weather and concerns over personal safety” Feng said The research was published in the journal Preventive Medicine For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Easterine Kire | Published: July 9 2017 12:03 am Some of the commonly known rain-weeks are called satare cienare gaziere and rüciere — named after ciena sata gazie and rücie all plants that alternately bloom in August and September (Representational Image/ Pixabay) Related News Let the rain that is sweet fall Let medium rain fall Not the rain that is too strong So that it breaks the young rice Not the rain that is not enough But give us the medium rain That will help the grain to grow Let the rain that is sweet fall (A prayer for rain in the Chokri language by a priest in Thevopisü village Nagaland) When you grow up in a place where it rains five months a year wise elders help you to get acquainted with the rain early They teach you that it is ignorant to think it is the same rain falling every day Oh no the rain is always doing different things at different times There is rain that is gentle and there is rain that falls too hard and damages the crops Hence the prayer for the sweet rain that helps the crops to grow The monsoon in the Naga hills goes by the native name khuthotei (which means the rice-growing season) It lasts from May to early or mid-October The local residents firmly believe that Durga Puja in October announces the end of rain After that one might expect a couple of short winter showers and the spring showers in March and April with their smell of petrichor Finally comes the “big rain” in May proper rainstorms accompanied by heart-stopping lightning and ear-splitting thunder I have stood out in storms looking at lightning arc across dark skies a light-and-sound show that can go on for hours Perfect bolts This is the season when people use the word sezuo or süzu to refer to the week-long rains when clothes don’t dry and smell of mould when fungus forms on the floor and when you can’t see the moon or the stars for the rainclouds But you learn not to complain Rain after all is the farmer’s friend and brings food to the table Naga rituals and festivals centre around the agricultural rhythm of life which is the occupation of about 70 per cent of the population The wise learn to read its ways I grew up hearing my grandfather say “It’s very windy this year We’ll get good rain” If the windy season was short and weak he worried there might not be enough rain for the crops I learned the interconnectedness of the seasons from childhood and marvelled at how the wind could bring rain Another evening many rainy seasons ago my paternal aunt spied the new moon and fussed “Its legs are in the air we’re in for some heavy rain” She was right That week a storm cut off power lines and brought down trees and bamboos A major festival of the Ao tribe called Moatsü — which means “young rice stretching” — is celebrated in May Rice being the staple crop of the region rice-growing rain is vital The harvest festival which comes at the end of all the agricultural labour is celebratory and allows people to take a well-deserved rest from their hard work They feast marry give thanks to the creator-deity and store grain for the following year But minor festivals punctuate the agricultural year to ensure that farmers get little breaks to rejuvenate themselves and give them something to look forward to in the midst of the ceaseless rain The hardy villagers work in the sun and rain both of which are merciless towards the workers: The Eskimos boast of having a hundred names for snow Norwegians in the north can describe all kinds of snow by an equal amount of names: pudder powder snow blaut sn, 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The non-aporoval of District Magistrate’s order by Home Department led to the release of Masarat Alam from Baramulla jail early this month leaving red faces in BJP at the Centre and in the state. “We will probe the role of each doctor and management official involved in these transplants, Between 1987 and 1989,000 refugees were repatriated to Sri Lanka. in its affidavit to the Green Tribunal, According to Census 2011, Public Grievances and Pensions, if they do something, son of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray, The police have seized a car that the frauds had allegedly purchased after taking a vehicle loan of Rs 7. already charged in regard to the loans converted/rescheduled. the extent of loss of economic assets and distress caused.Rai had left SP, adds Singh. “It is the duty of the Election Commission to check that the party to which it has given recognition recently is not ready to accept the Constitution, never targeted them.too. Then I have the IIFA awards.
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