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Mumbai’s first AC suburban train On Wednesday,Piyush Goyal announcedthe first suburban train with air conditioning in Mumbai will be introduced on 1 January Officials said the plan to introduce AC trains had been in the offing for over a year To start with one AC train with around seven services daily will run on the Western line "The AC trains have been tested and will be introduced on 1 January" Goyal told reporters Officials said that the fares on the AC train will be like the Delhi Metro or around 15 times the cost of first class tickets in the existing local trains With inputs from PTI and IANS Written by Kaunain Sheriff M | New Delhi | Published: January 26 2017 2:51 am Lapses by nursing staff may have led to the incident Archive photo Top News The Delhi government’s largest hospital the Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan Hospital has come under scanner after five newborns developed potentially life-threatening allergic reaction because they were administered a drug incorrectly at its neonatal centre One newborn has died at the hospital since the incident though senior officials maintain that the death “cannot be directly attributed” to the lapse Senior officials told The Indian Express that prima facie it appears that the alleged negligence which took place on Sunday was due to lapses by the hospital’s nursing staff While one newborn has died and another is still on ventilator “three newborns recovered within hours after the allergic reaction” officials said Watch What Else Is making News Dr J C Passey medical superintendent of LNJP Hospital said that according to the report submitted by the Head of Department Nursing “leftover” powder from an antibiotic earlier administered to an adult patient was diluted and administered to the newborns leading to the allergic reaction Sources said as per the standard operating procedure such administration of the antibiotic is not used for newborns “The antibiotic comes in a powdered form It is used for adults as well as newborns In this case after the antibiotic was used for an adult the same leftover antibiotic was diluted and administered to the newborn leading to severe allergic reaction” sources said Dr Passey said “Fortunately there were no disasters or deaths The death of one newborn is not related to the injection An inquiry has been set up under the nursing superintendent and the committee will submit the report on Monday” Sources said the newborn suffered from anaphylaxis a severe whole-body allergic reaction to a chemical that has become an allergen Sources added that the newborn who died the next day “was already under incubation” before the reaction “He was very sick even the previous day and he had to be incubated even before the drug was administered He died a day later In this particular baby it is very difficult to say that this was the cause” a senior doctor said Sources said since there is inter-departmental transfer at the hospital and no dedicated nurses for neonatal it could have led to the lapse “The new nurses were not adequately trained This is a lapse on the part of the nursing administration and breach in standard operating procedure for administering the drugs” said a senior official Sources said hospital authorities Monday held a meeting with the nurses and “reiterated the SOPs for drug administration” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Colombo | Published: August 8 2017 11:34 pm Ravindra Jadeja edged out Shakib Al Hasan to claim the numero uno spot among all-rounders in the latest ICC Test rankings (Source: Reuters) Related News Suspended from the third Test all- rounder Ravindra Jadeja was seen having discussions with chief coach Ravi Shastri even as the rest of the Indian cricket team enjoyed an off day after its thumping win in the second match Amid the disappointment of missing out on the match there was some consolation for Jadeja as he edged out Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan to claim the numero uno spot among all-rounders in the latest ICC Test rankings As the Indian players relaxed at their hotel here or went out simply taking some time off the left-arm spinner spent the evening with Shastri and other members of the support staff It was not known what transpired but Shastri has been a thoroughly acknowledged motivator for the players in rough times Jadeja has a somewhat tumultuous past in terms of discipline There was the 2014 incident at Nottingham when on his first tour to England clashing with pacer James Anderson in the pavilion Then skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni had stood his ground in support of Jadeja as it escalated into a small diplomatic crisis In the end both Anderson and Jadeja escaped punishment with the latter losing 50 percent of his match fee back then (later repealed) The spinner has lost a similar amount of his match fee for the second Test but what will rankle him more is the chance to get onto the field as the No1 bowler/all-rounder as he serves the suspension This particular suspension also comes about as the result of accruing demerit points Jadeja already had three points after he was found guilty of ‘running in and damaging the protected area of the pitch’ in the third Test against New Zealand at Indore last October India wrapped a second consecutive Test series’ win in Sri Lanka after winning the second Test at the SSC in Colombo by an innings and 53 runs The visitors had won the first Test at Galle by 304 runs and both victories have come comfortably within four days It is a repeat of India’s 2-1 series win here in 2015 only this time the lead going into the third and final Test in Pallekele (starting August 12) is an unassailable 2-0 For the first time in a long while an Indian team stands on the cusp of a series whitewash away from home The match could another chance for young Chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav to prove his mettle just like he did on his debut against Australia earlier this year It is also to be noted that India haven’t really played ‘away’ from home conditions in a peculiar way Since 2015 they have only toured either Lanka or West Indies and played a long season at home India tour South Africa England and Australia next conditions and opposition that are sure to test both their skipper’s and the team’s resolve For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWith the Constitution 122nd Amendment Bill getting passed decks have been cleared for seminal changes for the better in our indirect taxes regime To be sure Goods and Services Tax (GST) would be a reality only if the constitution amendment bill is further ratified by at least half of the states ie 15 out the 29 but then it does not now appear to be such a problem given the near unanimity with which the bill was passed by the Rajya Sabha with the AIADMK alone choosing to be a lone ranger by walking out Apart from the central law on GST there would be state laws as well as both have their respective fields carved out In addition the GSTN or GST information network has to be rolled out To the government’s credit work on the network was started as far back as in 2015 with the private sector IT behemoth Infosys bagging the contract ThinkStock It is estimated that there would be around 7 million manufacturers and traders using the system in addition to the officialdom The online system has got to be not only robust but also resilient to take on the load and the changes necessitated from experience of working the system The devil as they say always lies in the details A lot hinges on the GSTN in the making But then India can take heart from its earlier experiences with online initiative be it the railway bookings income tax payments and returns filing or service tax and excise interface between the government departments and the users or taxpayers as the case may be But GSTN would be unique in the sense that it would have a much larger number of users Be that as it may Trade is already voicing its muted protest on several issues One has to register himself with the GST authority in each state in addition with the central authority in what appears to be a continuation of the status quo despite the GST having sway over the entire country with a single rate This is because India’s is a federal structure and no state fails to watch over its financial interests assiduously Single administrative machinery is desirable but not practicable in the very scheme of our constitutional things What however has sent a fear down the spines of the trade is the proposal to give input tax credit only if the trader ensures that everyone before him in the value addition chain has paid the GST faithfully This is the much-touted self-policing mechanism the lynchpin of GST Let me explain with a simple example Suppose A sets the ball rolling by selling a raw material to B for Rs 20000 and B sells to C for Rs 30000 ie after adding value of Rs 10000 Let us assume the GST rate is settled at 20% If C sells to D for Rs 40000 ie after making a value addition of Rs 10000 his gross tax liability would be Rs 8000 but he is eligible for an input tax rebate of Rs 6000 So far so good but the caveat is he would get this credit only if he makes sure that his predecessors ie A and B between them have already paid Rs 6000 Now for this C will have to look over his shoulder and see what his predecessors have done The above example was rather simplified if not simplistic In practical situation there may be hundreds of predecessors in the supply chain It may well neigh be impossible for one to watch over all his predecessors One rotten fish can spoil the entire pond goes the cliché Similarly one black sheep in the supply chain can spoil the party for his successors But then this sends a strong message — do not deal with unscrupulous elements Indeed this feature of the GST which seemingly appears to be an irritant may well prove to be the game changer insofar as morphing the economy from black to white as it were is concerned It would not only increase our indirect taxes collections but also allow the income tax officers to put their shovel into the hitherto difficult to tax categories’ income Written by Reuters | Geneva | Published: January 13 2010 9:40 am Related News The World Health Organisation is to examine its handling of the H1N1 pandemicthe group said on Tuesdayafter accusations by some politicians that it exaggerated the dangers of the virus under pressure from drug companies The United Nations health agency will review the way it dealt with the outbreak of swine flu once the pandemic has subsidedWHO spokeswoman Fadela Chaib told a news briefing “Criticism is part of an outbreak cycle We expect and indeed welcome criticism and the chance to discuss it” she saidadding the WHO’s review would involve independent outside experts and its results would be made public But she said it was too soon to say when the examination would take place or which experts would be involved In the latest complaint about the way authorities have dealt with the pandemicthe Council of Europea political forum of most European countriesis to determine whether drug companies influenced public health officials to spend money unnecessarily on stockpiles of H1N1 vaccines Chaib said the WHO took its work of providing independent advice to its 193 member states seriouslyand guarded against the influence of vested interests REVIEWING DEMAND Several countries are cutting back orders for H1N1 vaccines as it becomes clear that the outbreakdeclared a global pandemic by the WHO in Juneis not as severe as at first feared Governments will have an opportunity to question the WHO about H1N1 at a meeting of its 34-member board next week The WHO’s top flu expertKeiji Fukudawill brief the board on Jan 18 about the latest developments in the first influenza pandemic in more than 40 years Developing countries still lack adequate access to both antivirals and vaccines despite donations from industrialised countries and drug makersthe WHO said Some 200 million doses of H1N1 vaccine and funding of some $12 million have been pledged to dateit said in a document prepared for the board “Significant progress in international solidarity has been achievedthrough donations by developed countries and manufacturersbut overall access to antiviral medicines and vaccines in developing countries remains limited” it said GlaxoSmithKlineNovartis and Sanofi-Aventis are among H1N1 vaccine producers The WHO last week delivered donated H1N1 vaccine to Mongolia and Azerbaijanthe first of 95 developing and middle-income countries targeted to receive supplies It aims to provide these countries with enough vaccine to cover 10 percent of their populationswith health care workers a top priority The WHO said last week that southern hemisphere countries struck by H1N1 last year are now broadly protected against new infectionsand sickness levels are declining in much of the northern hemisphereincluding North America where it first emerged last April According to lab-confirmed casesswine flu has killed at least 12799 peoplebut the real toll is much higher and will take several years to establishthe WHO says For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News

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