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Sunday Times? the most severe being for the northern long-eared bat (pictured above), Speaking after the meeting, Praising Modi’s reforms programme, entrepreneurship,for the posts of dean, “We think we’ll also be developing new store formats, Revenue from subscription fees such as Prime grew 59 percent to $2. “Three natural elephant corridors cut through our tea estate, An adult elephant requires about 250 kg of food and 250 litres of water a day.“With forests rapidly disappearing and streams and water bodies drying up it is quite natural for the hungry elephants to look for food in the nearby villages Thus they raid granaries destroy kitchens and wipe out banana plantations and also trample upon people who come in their way” said Das of EOL In the past three years at least 50 villagers have been trampled to death by wild elephants in the district; people have hit back too killing at least 22 elephants Meanwhile a young group of Bodo tribals has done something rather extraordinary The recurrent flooding of the Dhansiri river had devastated a large portion of the Bhairabkunda reserved forest A group of local youth constituted the Bhairabkunda Joint Forest Management Committee (JFMC) received funds and support from the Ministry of Environment and Forests and regenerated the forest in such a way that it has now become a safe habitat for elephants deer leopards boars and monkeys “We are glad that villagers nearby are relatively free from elephant depredation” says Esmail Daimary secretary JFMC The story appeared in print with the headline Beasts of the Eastern Wild For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by MUKESH BHARDWAJ | Chandigrah | Updated: February 9 2015 1:30 am Hooda at his new residence in Chandigarh on Sunday Related News If his griha pravesh (housewarming) is any indication then former Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda still reigns over the Haryana Congress On Sunday all roads led to Hooda’s new address — 70 Sector 7 Chandigarh The gathering at his official residence was akin to a post-budget feast with bigwigs from the party cabinet legislature His previous show of strength at Rohtak missed one legislator but this time all 15 Congress MLAs were in attendance with Leader of Congress Legislature Party (CLP) Kiran Choudhry also making an appearance Two MPs one each from Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha Shadi Lal Batra and Deepender Hooda respectively were also present However the divide in the party was clearly identifiable as state Congress chief Ashok Tanwar did not show up for the ceremony Instead he held review meetings of the party only a small distance away at the party headquarters Share This Article Related Article Hooda’s another bete noire and Rajya Sabha MP Kumari Selja also gave the function a miss along with former power minister Captain Ajay Singh Yadav Yadav who fell apart with Hooda before the Assembly polls expressed his anguish over the trend of oneupmanship in the party “This is nothing but politics Everybody seems to be interested in self-promotion and nobody is thinking about the party It is time to rise above our differences to work for the party” he said Education Minister Ram Bilas Sharma said Hooda is still under the illusion of being chief minister “Yeh (Hooda) abhi usi mukhyamantri pad ke nashe me hain Par halaat badal gaye hain” he said Hooda had made it clear on Saturday that he would not participate in the party meetings as he had already reviewed the situation with Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi Hooda’s residence had earlier been allotted to one of his confidants M S Chopra who too was present at Sunday’s function Chopra was the axle of Hooda’s power wheel for the past 10 years The former CM posed for cameras amid selfie moments with his supporters Everybody was seen vying for his attention Serving bureaucrats information commissioners and other political appointees were however missing from the gathering Sources said the tussle in the Congress was now about nomination to its executive The party’s state and district units were dissolved before the Vidhan Sabha elections and it is still headless at the district level For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAlo Roy retd Banker and active begali man in Purnea He Narrated the glorious past of the begali literature and other linkage of bihar based begali’s in purnea (Express Photo By Prashant Ravi) Alo Roy 72 a retired banker settles down for his evening gossip over a cup of green leaf tree with Hemant Kumar’s Tumi ele onek diner pore jeno brishti elo playing in the background A picture of a young Rabindranath Tagore and one of Swami Vivekanand look out of his showcase while Bengali magazines are spread out on the bed Roy would rather have discussed literature football and music but is persuaded to talk about politics and the current election Born in Purnea he has spent most of his life in the town and calls himself a “hardcore Purneaite” He is writing his memoirs in which he explains why he does not want to leave Purnea for Kolkata or any other city He is rooted so deeply in Purnea that he takes offence when anyone calls him a “Bengali” Clenching his fist in assertion he declares “I am not a Bengali but a Bangla-speaking Bihari just as there are Hindi and Urdu-speaking Biharis” Share This Article Related Article Roy lives at Ganguli Para in Purnea’s Bhatta Bazar which has over 25000 “Bangla-speaking” people Roy says most families have been there since the 18th century when Bihar was part of the United Provinces with West Bengal and Orissa “It is wrong to say Bangla-speaking people came here from West Bengal Some families came from what is now Bangladesh” Roy says “Once Purnea culture was dominated by the elite with music literature and football” he said “but the partition of Bengal brought a breed of hardworking and sturdy people who got into business and somewhere diluted the Bengali culture of Purnea We recall international footballers such as Abdul Latif whose roots were in Purnea The DSA Ground here is a landmark to the football tradition but has sadly given way to cricket for some years When the Bangladesh football team came here 90 per cent of the Hindus joined the rest to sing the newly composed national song Amar sonar Bangla This is the beauty of Purnea the land of legendary personalities such as Satinath Bhaduri and Kedarnath Bandyopadhyay” Hemant Kumar’s song ends and one by S D Burman and Lata Mangeshkar starts to play Roy’s son Ankan is a music teacher in Bolpur having passed out of the Santiniketan campus Sushmita Roy the retired banker’s wife appears keen to join the discussion but holds herself back Their neighbour Ajay Sanyal 60 a writer does join in Govind Das a local freelance journalist with his roots in West Bengal says Roy Sen and some other Purnea citizens have started a drive to merge elements of Bangla and Hindi culture They bring out an annual compilation of Bangla and Hindi literature Though Roy is reluctant to discuss politics he eventually talks of Ajit Sarkar who was the Purnea MLA for 15 years until his murder in 1998 His son Amit Sarkar they say looks for “quick political gains” and left Purnea after losing his election in 2010 Roy wants the Bihar government to fill up vacancies of Bangla teachers and make Bangla textbooks available on time “Unless we know our culture what can we give to posterity” says Roy saying the political dispensation should remember it has duties beyond the election results Sanyal says most Bangla-speaking people like Nitish but not the company he keeps “Nitish has done a lot of work He is a statesman but should have kept good company” says Sanyal without naming Lalu Prasad Asked about West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s recent appeal for votes to Nitish Sanyal says: “Mamata is not our guardian People here have brains” Another person in the group who doesn’t wish to be named puts in: “Such an appeal may backfire Just the fact that we speak Bangla does not mean we follow Mamata” Do you like this storyWritten by Adil Akhzer | Updated: October 8 2017 5:26 am PGI Director Dr Jagat Ram at his office in Chandigarh on Wednesday (Express Photo by Sahil Walia) Related News Six months have passed since Professor Jagat Ram took over as director of PGIMER Dr Jagat Ram discusses with Adil Akhzer the challenges that the premier health institute of the region faces and its achievements in the last six months To deal with the huge inflow of patients some doctors at PGIMER have suggested a cap on the number of patients But the PGI director says capping the number of Emergency patients is impossible Instead upgrading and strengthening infrastructure should be the best option It’s been six months since you joined as director PGIMER What is the present situation The work is on There has been significant improvement in the institute’s main Emergency where at any given point of time patient number varies from 500-700 A lot of thrust has been given to the Emergency where patients are kept lying for even more than 30 days Now the situation has improved considerably and the patients’ management time has been reduced Doctors have clear directions that Emergency patients should be treated on top priority and promptly For instance a patient who lands in the Emergency requires attention for multiple problems Prompt diagnosis is done and a team of doctors attends to the patient and prescribes further treatment There is a heavy rush of patients at the Emergency How are you managing it Is capping the patients’ number an option Capping is impossible Patients are coming mostly from the neighbouring states We had been holding discussions on this with the health departments of neighbouring states If they filter the patients that are being referred to PGIMER it would surely help us manage the heavy rush One of the solutions is that once a patient’s condition is all right he/she can be sent back to the place from which had referred him/her to us If a surgery is done then he can be shifted back to that state’s health facilities Some doctors at PGI are doing that now Secondly we need to sensitise the neighbouring states that there should be “proper referrals” Unless a patient genuinely requires a referral to PGI health facilities in the neighbouring states should take due care of him/her We are also working on the modalities to start a programme in the Emergency medicine and Infectious Disease so that more doctors can be deployed in the Emergency I have already asked the concerned departments to send me their inputs on this Some doctors have also sent it in writing requesting you to start capping the number of patients on the lines of AIIMS How do you view it Personally I am of the opinion that capping is impossible When a patient comes in an emergency situation we have to treat him It is our moral responsibility as well as professional commitment What are your major achievements in the last six months Government of India has sanctioned three major projects – Mother and Child Care Centre Advanced Neurosciences Centre and a Satellite Centre in Una Himachal Pradesh Soon we shall be initiating all the requisite procedures so that these centres can come up and become functional Many patients complain that doctors reach OPDs late in the morning What steps are being taken to ensure they reach on time We are encouraging doctors to attend the OPDs on time so that more and more patients can be examined Circulars have been issued directing doctors to be more prompt As such they keep examining patients in the OPDs till late evenings considering the number of patients visiting is too high On an average around 10000 patients are examined at PGI OPDs daily What is being done to improve research at PGI Research is the major area where a lot needs to be done To streamline the academic and research two separate posts of Dean (Academic) and Dean (Research) have been created I and Dean Research (Dr D Behera) will meet doctors at the departments to see what problems they face in terms of research We shall try our best to ensure that research work is not hampered and quality research is produced by the institute When is the under-construction 250-bed hospital likely to start functioning Efforts are on to complete the 250-bed centre as early as possible Regular meetings are being held with the concerned departments to expedite construction work It is one of my top priorities Because once this centre starts functioning it will help us reduce the burden at Nehru Hospital as four major departments — Hepatology Endocrinology Radiotherapy and ENT — shall be shifted to the new block The remaining departments currently functional at Nehru Hospital shall get more space and will be upgraded with better facilities Several instances of doctors’ infighting have come to light How do you plan to tackle that It has to be a team work and there should be harmony If there is conflict no constructive work can be done We are holding meetings with various departments and all the doctors are called to those meetings to ensure they interact among themselves We want to end any conflict within the departments at the institute Conflict can hinder the institute’s progress It is learnt that PGI has not been able to get an adequate number of doctors for its proposed satellite centre in Una Is there any political pressure No not at all We will get adequate number of doctors soon We shall also be issuing an advertisement in this regard shortly The satellite centre shall in fact be of great help to people of Una and its neighbouring areas For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News

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