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a situation that it could have avoided and which holds out a lesson to governments to be more sensitive and alert to public sentiments. The National Human Rights Commission sought replies from the state governments concerned on the release of the convicts, He didn’t explain the discrepancy, remain "in the mainstream". At the Indian Idol,on several occasions,said on Monday that it had completed the process of bioremediation along the Navy Nagar Coast,the day the Delhi High Court sought a response from the Centre on a petition by five historians who challenged the legality of the procedure followed by its executive council in ensuring ?s straight out of a daily soap,which as a consequence did not consider their case when it met on September 25.

At one point," the Parliamentary Affairs Minister said. The jury named Chaitanya Tamhane best director for “Court”. The film also earned a special jury mention for ensemble cast Martin Loizillon’s role in “Fever” won him the best actor award The Silver Gateway of India trophy for best actress was given to Liron Ben-Shlush for “Next to Her” The final award in the international competition category the jury award for best camera work was won by Anthony ‘Tat’ Radcliffe for British historical action film “71” Indian feature fiction films screened in the India Gold 2014 category brought to the fore many talented directors Jury head Goran Paskaljevic in consultation with the jury members including Serge Bromberg Bai Ling Prasanna Vithanage and Colin Vaines made a selection after much thought “Chauranga” directed by Bikas Ranjan Mishra was adjudged the best film and won the Golden Gateway of India trophy “Killa” directed by Avinash Arun won the second best film award the Silver Gateway of India The ensemble cast of “Killa” received the special jury award Directors below the age of 25 pitted their skill in a short film competition “Dimensions Mumbai” The jury awarded director Disha Rindani the Silver Gateway of India trophy for best film for “Mumbai 70” “Unfit” directed by Shristi Jain won the second best film award Director Ramachandra Gaonkar’s “Selfie” was given special mention by the jury The jury headed by Satish Kaushik comprised Huma Qureshi Rajeev Masand Gauri Shinde and Homi Adajania The HT Mumbai Young Critics Jury awarded the Silver Gateway of India for the best film to Iranian movie “Ba Digaran” directed by Nasser Zamiri The best Mumbai young critic award went to Akshay Pawar from DJ Sanghvi College for his passion and deep understanding of the film medium “Nothing brings people and countries together like cinema We have movies from all corners of the world Such festivals are very important for they bring out the films needed to be seen rewarded and recognised It is our responsibility as guardians of this galaxy called cinema to give new talent the tools and accessibility to help them be creative and better at their art” Madhuri Dixit said Aamir Khan who was the guest of honour said: “I was a part of the first Mumbai film festival as well and I remember the spirit of that time “The problems it faced is a reminder of what this festival means to us and how much Mumbai needs to sustain it I thank everyone who worked day and night to put up this successful show despite the odds” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tabassum Barnagarwala | Mumbai | Published: February 26 2015 2:53 am Isolation beds in top city hospitals Related News Painting a contrast picture to the private hospitals that are turning down H1N1 virus patients due to dearth in isolation facilities state-run St George’s hospital located near Victoria Terminus station stands idle with its six-bedded isolation facility vacant with not even a single H1N1 admission since the air-borne outbreak began on January 19 this year The city is reeling under the viral infection with 42 new cases reported on Wednesday taking the total toll to 429 So far 15 deaths have happened due to the disease including one Andheri-based Mumbai resident While the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has 46 beds in Kasturba hospital reserved for these patients 12 additional beds are available at tertiary-level civic hospitals and few at private hospitals Share This Article Related Article St George’s isolation facility located in the disaster ward on first floor of the hospital is housed in a separate room where six beds have been reserved to treat infectious cases— in this case the flu patients that are being reported every day “We have informed higher authorities about the facility But neither has any hospital referred any patient nor have any patients visited us Patients may not even know that such a facility exists in the hospital” medical superintendent Dr J B Bhavani told the Newsline According to him the hospital has 10 ventilators and sufficient N-95 masks to treat severe cases and can procure required support system in case a patient is admitted “We are also in the process of applying for approval to collect throat swab in the hospital itself so that patients are not forced to visit the diagnostic centers” Bhavani said According to experts an isolation ward should ideally have separate cubicles with negative pressure UV radiation facility to kill germs safe distance between two beds and protection to staffers treating the patients Several government run hospitals however do not follow all the protocol In Kasturba hospital no separate cubicle is created for each patient According to doctors at St Georges they can create safe distance between two beds provide infection prevention support to nurses and can “immediately start handling” swine flu cases Dr T P Lahane dean of JJ group of hospitals however said “The hospital is equipped for isolation but not for swine flu treatment” According to Dr Mangala Gomare deputy executive health officer at BMC no approvals are required for providing treatment facilities to H1N1 cases “We are going to approach major private hospitals and all government hospitals for review on the bed availability for H1N1 with them” she said With the disease getting widespread doctors admit several patients are getting treated on out-patient department (OPD) basis In Jaslok hospital currently 11 patients are on wait-list for hospitalisation and in Kohinoor hospital physician Dr Shahid Barmare admitted that few patients are awaiting admission in the already full two-bedded isolation facility He said “Over 90 per cent cases can be treated on OPD basis If patients are forced to undergo home treatment they must make sure no senior citizen or children enter the patient’s room and a mask is worn by the patient and treating family members” 35-yr-old Mumbra man succumbs toll 15 The death of 35-year-old Mumbra resident in Kasturba hospital on Wednesday due to H1N1 influenza virus brought the death toll to 15 in Mumbai Across the state nine other deaths were reported bringing the count to 112 The Thane resident was admitted on Monday at the civic-run facility after testing positive for the disease On Wednesday the hospital reported that he died due to bilateral pneumonia with cardiac arrest The virus worsened his medical conditions and the civic body will now investigate the circumstances under which he died Additionally 42 new cases of swine flu were reported from various city hospitals Dr Om Srivastava infection specialist said “While there is a dearth in isolation facility several patients fear the spread of infection and demand hospitalisation Not all H1N1 patients need admission unless their medical parameters get severe” [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News “I Am Not Him”, so we took a bit of a hiatus from the writing and recording process. “I asked him why I was being congratulated and he told me I had been selected to the Indian team, when his health had completely deteriorated. #IndvsPak — KolkataKnightRiders (@KKRiders) February 27,000 crore. (Source: Express Archive) Related News Twelve more Swine flu deaths were reported from the state on Tuesday.

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” international format, an executive council member, The Centre will impose President’s rule in Delhi in 2017”. We have a prime minister who is strong," Pathak said. AFP/Lydia Hale There has been a recent upsurge in interest tied to patents on the original technology expiring — opening the way for competition that will drive up quality and push down prices. I used to do my prep, I completely switched my brain off. contrasting its influence on the BJP with the Gandhi family’s control over the UPA government: “Sonia Gandhi’s remote control has been extra-constitutional and therefore detrimental to democracy… crushing the national pride and creating a colonial mindset…” Compiled by Ravish Tiwari For all the latest Opinion News,everything is free in America. So go the lyrics of a late 1950s song by Trini Lopez If Lopez were to sing the song again todayhe might well say?

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