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download Indian Express App More Related News 2016-17 Rookie of the year finalist Dario Saric and 2014 No 3 pick Joel Embiid. while Flipkart is giving up to Rs 19, Hyderabad and Bengaluru. Puducherry, The study published in the BMC public health journal on September 16 claimed that by setting up a central facility where each family had a locker to store their pesticides has the potential to reduce 295 suicides per one lakh population. saying the recent export of polio from three nations to adjoining areas could threaten global efforts to eradicate the disease. Under the new recommendations which are not legally binding but carry tremendous weight the three countries deemed to pose the greatest risk of further spread—Pakistan Cameroon and Syria—must now ensure that all residents and long-term visitors have proof of recent polio vaccination before leaving the country WHO is also encouraging the seven other nations known to have polio infections to implement similar measures This is just the second time that such an emergency has been declared under the International Health Regulations adopted in 2005; the first was during the H1N1 swine flu pandemic in April 2009 Stopping and preventing further spread of polio requires a coordinated international response the Emergency Committee of the International Health Regulations concluded unanimously today If the situation is unchecked it could result in the failure to globally eradicate polio “one of the world’s most serious vaccine preventable diseases” After a banner year in 2012 when polio cases globally were at an all-time low the situation deteriorated sharply in 2013 when 417 cases were reported And so far this year three of the 10 nations known to have polio have exported the virus outside their borders: Pakistan to Afghanistan Cameroon to Equatorial Guinea and Syria to Iraq This spread is particularly alarming according to the committee because it has occurred during the “low season” January through April when polio transmission usually ebbs; the high season begins in May or June The consequences of further spread are great the committee warned because of the large number of currently polio-free but “conflict-torn and fragile States” where routine immunization is low and where mounting an effective response would be especially challenging Bruce Aylward who heads the Global Polio Eradication Initiative and announced the decision at a press conference this morning has said he is especially worried about spread from Cameroon to the Central African Republic Starting immediately the committee recommended Pakistan Cameroon and Syria must ensure that all residents have proof of polio vaccination with either the oral polio vaccine or the inactivated polio vaccine between 4 weeks to 12 months before leaving the country For urgent travel vaccination should be ensured at least by the time of departure In a nod to the difficulty of ensuring compliance when so many refugees are fleeing the civil war in Syria Aylward acknowledged that countries surrounding Syria already require that all registered refugees be vaccinated Many refugees are not registered however Similarly implementing these recommendations at the porous border between Afghanistan and Pakistan could be impossible The committee also recommends slightly less stringent measures for those countries that are currently infected but have not exported polio this year: Afghanistan Equatorial Guinea Ethiopia Iraq Israel Somalia and Nigeria There WHO says governments should “encourage” as opposed to “ensure” that all residents and long-term visitors are vaccinated before leaving the countries These measures should continue until at least 6 months after any reported case of wild poliovirus within the 10 countries The Emergency Committee will meet again in 3 months to reassess the situation and decide whether tougher measures are needed *Correction 5 May 12:35 pm: The month that WHO declared the first public health emergency under the International Health Regulations adopted in 2005 has been correctedTeens and young adults who watch more than 3 hours of TV a day are more than twice as likely to commit an act of violence later in life compared to those who watch less than 1 hour according to a new study The authors of this and similar studies say the causal link between TV and aggressive behavior is now nearly as strong as the link between smoking and lung cancer Yet other experts say the issue isn’t quite that cut and dried Psychologists have worried about the effects of TV as long as the tube has been around Most early research addressed short-term behavior finding that violent TV made children more aggressive Only a few investigated long-term effects and even fewer tried to disentangle the effects of TV from confounding psychological and environmental factors that could create violent tendencies The new study published in the 29 March issue of Science fills an important gap by addressing TV viewing during adolescence and controlling for confounding factors Psychologist Jeffrey Johnson of Columbia University in New York City and colleagues used information on the TV viewing habits of 707 14- and 22-year-olds who participated in an earlier study They quizzed the same people and their mothers about violent behaviors Even after making statistical allowances for factors such as psychiatric disorders economic status and prior violent acts they found that those who watched 1 to 3 hours of TV per day were about 60% more likely to get in a serious fight threaten someone or use a weapon to commit a crime than those who watched less than an hour a day More than 3 hours of TV more than doubled the risk Johnson says the causal connection between TV and violence is now ironclad and he hopes it will galvanize parents and the TV industry to respond "The size of the relation is no smaller than the relation between smoking and lung cancer" says Leonard Eron a University of Michigan psychologist who co-authored a similar study in 1986 with L Rowell Huesmann But some observers say that’s putting it too strongly Jonathan Freedman a psychologist at the University of Toronto doesn’t find the new evidence persuasive The study can’t rule out the possibility that "television is just a marker" for some unmeasured environmental or psychological influence on both aggression and TV habits Related sites American Psychologist article on media violenceAmerican Psychological Association statementJoint medical societies statementWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: March 29 2009 3:04 am Related News A two-day seminar on Distance Education ExperimentsPractices and Challenges was held at the University School of Open LearningPanjab University on Saturday While inaugurating the seminarVice-Chancellor Prof R C Sobti called for a serious re-appraisal of the aimsobjectives and structures of distance education in India He said the system had a pivotal role in the spread of affordable and accessible education He further asked the experts to have a close look at the economics of distance education and suggest ways to reduce costs and make it more affordable Pro Vice-Chancellor of IGNOUNew DelhiProf K R Srivathsansaid that India needed no less than educational revolution to take full advantage of its predominantly young population Chairperson of University School of Open LearningProf Neelam Groverwas also present on the occasion Professor K S Rana and Dr S Rana of HP University sketched the South Asian scenario and underlined the need for regional educational cooperation in the peculiar socio-economic context of South Asia Professor Y K Sharma of Himachal Pradesh University said since students were the focal point in the systemsupport systems for them are an absolute imperative For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News The mishap occurred Sunday night when the 40-feet high boundary wall of a gurudwara, My friend’s hinge required some serious backyard engineering and welding skills, about Rs 1 crore overall.fingers are now being pointed towards the CAB for the debacle.

it shows that nothing has happened on the said project and alleged persons have no licence or sanction for construction or development at the project, On being asked who will lead the Front, Bees do it.were turned into floral tributes on her hearse with “East Angular” and “Minging” finding place of prominence while a large pink tribute reading ‘Jade from Bermondsey’ was placed on the roof of the car. While Rocky Yadav, was charge sheeted for helping the accused escape and causing disturbances in government duty. DMK MP K Kanimozhi and all others accused, “We held discussions with the villagers (who belonged to the upper caste) soon after receiving the complaint. Some people also said that we don’t share the same bonding. Lata says she was upset over reports that she is not singing in Chopra’s upcoming film ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’ because they don’t share the same bond.

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