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has left the police force at Shakarpur helpless in the face of the rising number of vehicle thefts. Dhoni,who just turned 36 is known to be brilliant behind the wickets but on Sunday it was a different picture altogether Particularly worth noting was the missed chance of Marlon’s Samuels It was a chancethat Dhoni generally doesn;t let go off The incidenthappened when Kuldeep Yadav flighted a ball and Samuels danced down the track and completely missed the delivery Dhoni who was unable to view the trajectory of the ball completely misjudged it and let it through for a boundary Incidentally before letting Samuels of the hook Dhoni had missed another stumping of Lewis Dhoni has already received a lot of flak for his slow performances with the bat His poorperformances on the field will only add to his worries Whether this is due to age is a matter of conjecture However it may be recalled here that India’s fielding coach R Sridhar had recently commented about the workload on Dhoni and said “It is very important for us to understand his body and what he needs So we have to be very careful with his workload monitoring what he brings and make sure what he needs and is as fit and fresh as possible when he takes the field for 50 overs” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsPublished: November 21 2014 12:03 am Indian women who underwent sterilization surgeries receive treatment at the District Hospital in Bilaspur in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh Wednesday Nov 12 2014 after at least a dozen died and many others fell ill following similar surgery (Source: AP) Related News Jashodhara Dasgupta The tragedy of several women dying after undergoing sterilisation operations in the Bilaspur district of Chhattisgarh has once again thrown up uncomfortable questions around India’s population programme Although the cases are being investigated and the exact cause of the deaths has not been ascertained the incident brings to light the abysmal conditions in which women are compelled to accept government-provided contraception India is a signatory to an agreement at the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) in 1994 that called for a reproductive health and rights approach rather than a “population control” approach with greater attention to male responsibility and the special needs of adolescents and youth In keeping with the ICPD India changed its family planning programme in 1996 to a target-free approach and emphasised the assessment of community needs for reproductive and child health services in 1997-98 Despite these tall promises however in practice India continued to punish citizens who had more than the approved number of children by denying them the right to contest elections to local bodies in some states the right to obtain maternity benefits scholarships and educational benefits that all children should have equal claim to The government of India continued to promote and provide sterilisation as the preferred mode of contraception This is a surgical procedure to be performed by qualified doctors but doctors in the under-resourced public sector are in woefully short supply Yet contraceptive users are not using other methods that can be provided by nurses and even frontline workers such as condoms oral pills and so forth The shortage of doctors leads to large numbers of women being operated upon within a short time in “camps” that are often organised in non-hospital settings in peripheral areas The sub-standard conditions under which female sterilisation was performed in camps was studied in 2002 by Healthwatch Uttar Pradesh and a writ petition was filed in the Supreme Court (Ramakant Rai and Healthwatch UP vs Union of India) The court issued orders to the government in 2005 based on which quality standards were reviewed quality assurance committees mandated in each district and insurance coverage set up for female sterilisation acceptors by 2006 Each woman who came for sterilisation was meant to sign a consent form read out to her if she was not literate and informed about the insurance coverage in case of adverse effects All sterilisation acceptors are entitled to a certificate in case they need to claim compensation However the experience of poor women accepting sterilisation has not changed significantly as evident from the Bilaspur sterilisation camps Women continue to be the focus of all drives for small families although terminal methods for women involve opening the abdomen and vasectomies performed upon men would be much safer and lead to far less discomfort The community health volunteers who provide health information have never been trained to speak on vasectomy and are unable to dispel common misconceptions around vasectomy leading to impotence or “weakness” in men Their kit does not include a supply of condoms for younger couples wanting to delay the first pregnancy or space out their children These health workers can easily identify the women tired of not being in control of their reproduction and aspiring for better lives and small families Since spacing methods are not promoted women tend to have their pregnancies in quick succession By the time they have had two or three children the health department recognises their need for a contraceptive The only method offered and therefore “preferred” is female sterilisation euphemistically and erroneously referred to as “family planning” It is hardly surprising that India has the dubious distinction of almost 98 per cent sterilisations performed upon women Sterilisation targets continue to exist for female sterilisation and sub-district health functionaries are often under pressure to meet their targets by March 31 The government of India may choose to deny this but it is accountable for this discrepancy between policy and practice since population is a Central subject The records of the current disaster indicate that 83 women were herded into a camp not in the sterile conditions of a hospital operation theatre but in an abandoned building once intended to be a private hospital The sole qualified doctor who hurriedly performed these operations barely spent a few minutes on each woman and used only one laparoscopic instrument which was obviously not sterilised between operations These mass surgeries are recognised and publicly rewarded by the state government when any surgeon achieves 50000 or 100000 sterilisations The question is how can the government at the state and Centre condone this gross violation of a woman’s right to safe contraception as promised 20 years ago at the ICPD We do not hear about the responsibilities of men being addressed It is astonishing that vasectomy is not promoted even though it is safer; neither does the state health department engage with men through male functionaries who can dispel the myths around the procedure It is also a sad truth that the middle classes do not care about this anyway since they do not use contraceptives offered by the government The gender injustice of the population programme leaves them untouched Women from the poorer classes therefore continue to be objects of state control a state that prefers to terminate their reproductive capacity as soon as it considers that they have produced enough future citizens but does not look after their reproductive health before or after There is an urgent need to build greater accountability for this violation and strengthen the public health sector so that men and women can access year-round safe contraceptive services The writer is convener National Alliance for Maternal Health and Human Rights For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express AppBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: March 2 2017 2:02 am Sandeep Waghere (left) and Vijay Shewale Top News SIX of the 162 newly-elected representatives of the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) don’t even own a house while two of them have a house that costs less than Rs 4 lakh According to the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) which has analysed the affidavits of the newly-elected representatives of the PMC eight of them have assets less than Rs 10 lakh Watch What Else is Making News “Madhuri Sahasrabudhe of the BJP who has been re-elected to the civic body has zero assets She along with Rajashree Kale Aarti Kondhare and Samrat Thorat of BJP Prachi Alhat of Shiv Sena and Hamida Sundke of NCP do not own a house” revealed the ADR report Ashwini Landge the only elected representative of AIMIM owns a house worth Rs 35 lakh while Congress corporator Chandbi Nadaf has a house worth Rs 4 lakh it added The five richest corporators in the PMC are either from the BJP or are Independent candidates sponsored by the party The richest is Vijay Shewale who has declared assets worth Rs 157 crore followed by Yogesh Mulik with Rs 109 crore Three of the newly-elected representatives have annual income of over Rs 1 crore from various businesses While Shewale has an income of Rs 4 crore Yogesh Mulik and Dattatraya Dhankawade of NCP have an income of Rs 2 crore each Among the 162 representatives only two are below 25 years old and five are above 60 years of age As many as 27 of the winners have serious criminal cases pending; 13 of them are from the BJP seven from NCP and two each from Shiv Sena and Congress and Independent candidate and one from the MNS As many as 83 of the 123 newly-elected corporators of Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation are crorepatis An analysis of the affidavits of the corporators by ADR revealed that eight of the nine Shiv Sena corporators are crorepatis the highest such percentage in the new house In a press release issued on Wednesday ADR said the average asset of the corporators is around Rs 5 crore Two of the 34 corporators of NCP have declared assets below Rs 2 lakh while Swati Kate NCP corporator from ward 30 C has declared zero assets In the present PCMC House 50 per cent of the corporators are women while 49 per cent of the corporators are in the age group of 31-40 years of age The House has only one corporator who is above the age of 61 years and two of the corporators are between 21-24 years old As many as 24 of the 123 corporators have serious criminal cases such as robbery assault intimidation registered against them; 20 per cent of BJP corporators are facing such cases while 15 per cent of the NCP corporators have such cases against them Sandeep Waghere BJP corporator from ward 21 is the richest corporator with declared assets of Rs 87 crore Yogesh Behl of NCP Rahul Kalate of Shiv Sena Vikrant Lande of NCP and Shatrunghan Kate of BJP are the other richest corporators of the PCMC For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: October 10 2013 3:27 am Related News Mission Arthritis India (MAI)a support group for arthritis patientswill celebrate its 13th annual function on October 12 which is also observed as World Arthritis and Osteoporosis Day As part of the celebrationsa special health education and entertainment programme will be organised at Nehru Memorial Hall Dr Bhushan PatwardhanDirector of School of Health Scienceswill be the chief guest for the programme Dr Arvind ChopraDirector of Centre for Rheumatic Diseaseswill deliver a lecture on knee pain while Dr Mahesh Kulkarniorthopaedic surgeon from Aditya Birla Hospitalwill speak on knee replacement surgery Leena NaharChairpersonMAIsaid patients interact and learn from each others experiences at MAI For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: April 13 2012 4:19 am Related News The standing technical advisory committee (STAC) pulled up the BMC over lack of action on the suggestions made by external auditors for road works in the city STAC members also pointed out at the shortcomings in the auditing being done by Swiss firm SGS Ltdwhich has been appointed by the civic body to monitor the quality of ongoing road works Committee chairman N V Merani said the auditors were submitted reports based on supervision only We have asked them to make two reports one based on their supervision and another that purely talks about the result of the audit and actions needed to be undertaken by the vigilance department Moreoverthe BMC is not monitoring their inputs as much as it should?The main accused, who has been named the vice-captain. New posting On 14 July, Ahead of his meeting,Tillerson had saidthatAmerica’s relationship with India is of strategic importance which is not limited to South Asia He further added that the Trump administration was of the view that India can play a positive role in creating a peaceful and stable Afghanistan "I think our view of the relationship with India is one that’s of strategic importance not just for this specific region butalso about a free and open Asia-Pacific region stretching all the way from Japan to India" Tillerson had told reporters at the Bagram Air Force Base in Afghanistan on his arrival for his maiden visit to South Asia Tillerson asks Pakistan itto rein in terrorism On Tuesday Tillerson had bluntly told Pakistan’s top leadership that it must increase efforts to eradicate terrorists operating within the country Tillerson had arrived in Islamabad on a whirlwind visit to reset bilateral ties strained afterPresident Donald Trump accused Pakistanof providing safe havens to terrorist groups During his meeting with Pakistanprime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Tillerson had discussed the bilateral cooperation and partnership expanding economic ties between the US and Pakistan and Pakistan’s critical role in the region The US embassy had said that the US secretary of state reiterated Trump’s message that "Pakistan must increase its efforts to eradicate militants and terrorists operating within the country" Hehad also outlined the United States’ new South Asia Strategy and the vital role that Pakistan can play in working with theUnited States and others to facilitate a peace process in Afghanistan that can bring stability and security to the region the US embassy statement said With inputs from PTIcommercial property fetched a price of Rs 2. For all the latest Delhi News, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 9, Stanley had added that the college would take immediate and determined action in case a student is found guilty any violation of the rules.