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and the Congress has blamed the Akalis for nurturing the illegal trade.that swayed with the Prime Minister’s catchy slogans and clapped at the right places.who tabled it at a two-day special session of the Assembly. ? his Tiger Zinda Hai was struggling to find a good weekend but now with Aamir granting his Christmas schedule to the Sultan actor, the garbage collectors in Sector 15 tried their best to remember which one was for the wet waste and which one for the dry, that is at the moment talking to the nurses with the government as moderator,said the steep cost of running the health care sector is what is forcing them not to increase the wages for the nurses "See a huge chunk of our members have below-50 bed hospitals which means they do not churn out that kind of a profit to give a hike of more than 30-35 percent to the nurses But their demand is way over this which cannot be justified at any cost” advocate Hussain Koya Thangal general secretary KPHA told Firstpost Thangal goes on to add that the recommendation of the apex court-appointed committee has no relevance in Kerala’s case since the health sector is a state subject and that they have been able to get a stay order from the Kerala High Court on this matter He goes on to say that it would be wise to leave it to the state government to issue a notification in this regard and then see whether it would be possible for either party to go with it But not many agree with what Thangal says This is primarily because of the double standards the hospitals show when it comes to paying the doctors and the nurses "If their excuse is that hospitals cannot afford the cost of hiking the nurses’ salary then that is just a lame excuse How are they able to pay such hefty salaries to the doctors They very conveniently forget the fact that most of the time it is not the doctor but the nurse who puts in extra hours to look after the patients Why should they be discriminated like this” asks CR Neelakandan a civil rights activist who has now sworn his support to the nurses’ strike The KPHA meanwhile is trying all it can to break the strike It has even blamed the nurses for the timing of the strike as the state is in the grips of a terrible endemic which is getting worse with the monsoon But the nurses association clears the air "We have not boycotted duty yet and will not do it when there is a health emergency going on in the state All the nurses who are striking are doing it after their shift is over So in fact we are losing rest and sleep But then when the times are desperate we have to take such steps” added Sibi Mukesh Thiruvananthapuram district secretary of UNA Playing into the hospitals’ hands Many experts who have worked with the nursing sector say most of the blame for these shoddy affairs of things lies in the sudden drop in demand for nurses abroad Professor Roy K George is the state president of the Trained Nurses Association of India (TNAI) which had been at the forefront of the fight to get higher pay for nurses Roy says that initially nurses who were just out of training were happy to get a certificate of experience from any private hospital and use it to go abroad to get a decent paying job "We have ourselves to blame for letting these hospitals exploit us For experience certificates many were even ready to work without pay for a few months But then things changed at the international scene and the demand for nurses dropped in the last few years and many even returned But the hospital managements here were only too happy to continue exploiting them The resistance is coming through now but initially who gave them the stick to beat you” asks George The Labour Commissioner has meanwhile urged the nurses to wait till a final round of talks along with the state government on 20 July a time frame which the nurses feel is too far away for their liking Though the nurses have not initiated a pan-Kerala strike which is likely in the coming days district wise agitations and strikes have already started at many hospitals All eyes would now be on the state government which is expected to resort to a notification as the final resort if the talks collapse altogether Written by Afsha Khan | Published: September 9 2012 1:15 am Related News After high-end Hakkasan and YauatchaKa Restaurants opens Otto Infinito that serves affordable food in a friendly setting Those who travel to Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) for work have had few options for dining out till a few years ago That has changed with brands such as TridentCalifornia Pizza Kitchen and Le Pain Quotidien making their way in But Ka Restaurants Yauatcha a London-based tea and dimsum brand prompted people to come out of their way to BKCa chiefly commercial district Nowthe same companys Otto Infinito may put BKC on the citys social map Set in a largeuncluttered space with wooden furniture and an open kitchenOtto Infinitos décor is perhaps too understatedwith bare grey walls and a small dessert and deli counter The menu has ample options to choose from but isnt too elaborate either Customers in the mood for a casual evening out can pick from their interesting selection of pizzas beetroot and parmesan in addition to chicken and harissa It also has platters for starters on offer The Maghrebi assorted platter is a must-try It comes with seasoned and grilled lamb and chickenmeat koftesambousek batter-rolled meat with herbs and cream that looks like a samosa and falafeland is served with two different dips The chorizo ravioli is already among the most popular dishes on the menu because the meattender and juicy from the glaze of honey and butterbeautifully contrasts with the salty goat cheese it is wrapped around The menu also features popular fare pastasrisottos and lasagne but the mains offer possibilities of a delectable meal The Moroccan roast chicken and peppercorn crusted tuna are worth a trybut its the rock salt fish pomfret on the day we visited herbed and baked in the oven under a mountain of rock salt and served with lemon butter that stands out The server debones the fish at your tablecarefully peeling away the skin and the dark flesh before serving the soft and tender fillet The portion is large enough and sufficient for two people The grilled aubergine rolls offers an interesting mix of flavoursbut the yogurt in the centre was too salty and the tomato sauce too acidicsomething the mild rice could not hide beyond a point Unlike Kas Hakkasan and Yauatchamost dishes are priced below Rs 500 Even the drinks menu is reasonably priced What the ambience lacks in characterthe staff make up in warmth Theyre attentiveknowledgeable and extremely open to questions Otto Infinito has a little way to go before it finds its feet But the servicefood and prices are incentives enough to be patient Meal for two: Rs 3250(with drinks) Address: Ground FloorRaheja TowerBandra Kurla Complex Contact: 26567777 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 31 2013 2:14 am Related News With the Panjab University Students Council elections slated to be held on September 4the varsity authorities on Friday declared the list of probable candidates shortlisted to contest for the posts of presidentvice-presidentgeneral secretary and joint secretary A total of 29 candidates from various departments have been shortlisted to contest for the post of the president25 for the vice-presidentand 36 each for the posts of general secretary and joint secretary The majority of the candidates selected for contesting the post of the president belong to the University Institute of Engineering and Technology followed by the University Institute of Applied Management Sciences and Department of Laws While the candidates can withdraw their names from the elections from 11 am to 130 pm on Saturdaythe final list is expected to be declared by 3 pm on Saturday The shortlisted candidates for the post of president include Chandan Rana (National Students Organisation of India)Satwant Singh Dhedrhy (Panjab University Students Union)Arshnoor Singh (Students Organisation of Panjab University)Amit Sihmar (Indian National Student Organisation)Akanasha Sood (Hindustan Students Association)Navjot Kaur (Students Federation of India) and Priya Ranjan (University Institute of Engineering and Technology) as an Independent candidate Also109 have been shortlisted to contest for the posts of Department Representatives (DRs) The elections for DRs will also be held along with the Students Council elections A number of candidates have been rejected from their respective departments on the basis of the Lyngdoh guidelines As per the criteriaa candidate must fulfil the 75 per cent requirement of attendance and no police case must be registered against him Alsothe student should not have contested in the student elections of the university before For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBrazilian star Neymar was banned for the rest of the Copa America on Friday stripping the tournament of one of its biggest stars A disciplinary panel of the South American confederation ruled that he must sit out four games for his conduct in a match against Colombia when he was sent off after the final whistle The Barcelona forward was also fined $10000 The Barcelona forward was also fined $10000 AFP Brazil will appeal the ruling Neymar picked up a red card after apparently kicking the ball toward Colombia’s Pablo Armero after the referee had blown the whistle in Colombia’s 1-0 victory on Wednesday He also appeared to head-butt another player who came to confront him and Brazilian media said he confronted the referee before going into the change-rooms Colombia’s Carlos Bacca shoved Neymar from behind during the altercation and also was sent off after the match He was banned for two matches on Friday Neymar had already been shown a yellow card during the game which would’ve been enough to keep him from playing in the key group match against Venezuela on Sunday He had received his first yellow card of the tournament in Brazil’s opening 2-1 win over Peru Players are automatically suspended with two yellow cards Brazil which has been heavily dependent on Neymar could still be eliminated depending on its result against Venezuela on Sunday If it advances to the knockout round it could play three more games If Brazil doesn’t make it to the final Neymar’s suspension will be extended into the next Copa America All four teams in Group C have three points each heading into the final round The top two teams in each of the three Copa America groups advance in addition to the two-best third-place finishers Neymar arrived at the South American tournament boosted by the Champions League title with Barcelona and was carrying Brazil’s hopes for a title in its first official competition since the World Cup at home last year The 23-year-old forward also couldn’t play in the decisive stages of the World Cup after injuring his back in the quarterfinal against Colombia Without Neymar Brazil was humiliated in a 7-1 defeat to Germany in the semi-finals and lost 3-0 to the Netherlands in the third-place game Neymar was key for Brazil in the opening win against Peru in this year’s Copa America scoring a goal and setting up the last-minute winner by Douglas Costa He struggled against Colombia though and appeared nervous from the start He got into several confrontations with the Colombian players and constantly complained to Chilean referee Enrique Osses After the match Neymar said everything was caused by a “weak referee” Neymar’s substitute in Brazil’s squad has not been announced yet but veteran striker Robinho is expected to take his spot in the attack AP By: AP | Akron | Updated: June 28 2016 6:02 pm Jason Day is number one player in the business (Source: AP) Top News Jason Day is not going to the Olympics because of the Zika virus costing golf its No 1 player as it returns from a century-long absence at the games The sport has lost two of its biggest stars in the last week Rory McIlroy a four-time major champion also said Zika will keep him from competing in Rio de Janeiro Day says his only reason for not going is concern over transmission of the mosquito-borne virus that has been linked to severe birth defects The 28-year-old Australian says while the risk is slight it’s not one he is willing to take because he plans to have more children Day is the fifth golfer to specifically cite Zika for not going to Rio Four other golfers have turned down their chance to play For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Updated: September 30 2016 8:26 pm Top News The Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) has sought Rs 413 crore for repairing the roads dug up by various service providers in its “E” division office In its “E” division the PCMC has incurred an expenditure of Rs 438 crore for filling up potholes The PCMC is getting a “discount” of 10 per cent from the contractor PCMC executive engineer Jeevan Gaikwad said the proposal for getting the amount sanctioned is on the agenda of Tuesday’s meeting Officials said the amount was large but all the charges would be recovered from service providers For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsLondon:Daniel Sturridge served a reminder of his worth to Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp with both goals in a 2-1 victory over Tottenham Hotspur in England’s League Cup on Tuesday Sturridge has started three of Liverpool’s last four Premier League games on the bench but he seized his chance at Anfield to send last season’s beaten finalists into the quarter-finals Arsenal also progressed Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain scoring twice in a 2-0 win over Reading while Hull City won 2-1 at second-tier Bristol City "Overall summary it was a deserved win" Liverpool manager Klopp told Sky Sports Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge celebrates AP "Big number of chances and a wonderful goalkeeper from Tottenham (Michel Vorm) All good I think it was entertaining "He (Sturridge) did what he has to do and it was brilliant He could have scored three or maybe four but it was really good That’s his big strength and he showed it again" Klopp and Spurs counterpart Mauricio Pochettino between them made 21 changes to their starting line-ups with visiting midfielder Eric Dier the only player to keep his place from the weekend fixtures Klopp gave a debut to 18-year-old right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold and a full debut to midfielder Ovie Ejaria 19 while 18-year-old Cameron Carter-Vickers started at centre-back for Tottenham Liverpool who lost on penalties to Manchester City in last season’s final took a ninth-minute lead when Marko Grujic’s deflected cross from the right was stabbed in by Sturridge Spurs stand-in goalkeeper Vorm repelled long-range efforts from Sturridge and Divock Origi before Georginio Wijnaldum freed the England striker to score his second goal in the 64th minute Dutch striker Vincent Janssen reduced the arrears with a 76th-minute penalty after Lucas Leiva took an unnecessary nibble at Tottenham substitute Erik Lamela Newcastle cruise But it was the home side who came closest to scoring again with Vorm saving spectacularly from Sturridge and substitute Danny Ings "I’m pleased with the performance but not the result We fought until the end and created chances" said Spurs manager Pochettino "It was a great experience and we can take a lot of positives" Arsenal joined Klopp’s men in the last eight after seeing off second-tier Reading who are managed by former Manchester United defender Jaap Stam Oxlade-Chamberlain struck twice for Arsene Wenger’s much-changed team drilling home in the 33rd minute and netting again with the aid of a deflection with 12 minutes to play Headers from centre-backs Harry Maguire and Michael Dawson took Hull through at the expense of Bristol City who replied through Lee Tomlin’s 50-yard solo goal in stoppage time Aleksandar Mitrovic and Mohamed Diame each scored twice as Championship leaders Newcastle United routed 10-man Preston North End 6-0 at St James’ Park Leeds United twice came from behind and survived playing extra time with 10 men after making all their substitutions and losing a player to injury to edge Norwich City 3-2 on penalties following a 2-2 draw The tie of the round takes place on Wednesday when Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola resume hostilities as Manchester United tackle Manchester City at Old Trafford Chelsea visit London rivals West Ham United and Southampton host the Premier League’s bottom club Sunderland The court will hear spectrum allocation charges against former telecom minister A Raja, He was sentenced in March 2016 to 15 years in prison with hard labor. 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s three power distribution companies (discoms) have met government officials. and the FBI will continue to investigate and hold accountable those who pose a threat in cyberspace. It’s another plum project for Focus whose CEO Peter Schlessel won the most coveted title at Cannes for the Tom Ford-directed movie “Nocturnal Animals” starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Amy Adams,Ranveer would still make it a point to entertain the huge crowd that would gather outside his hotel to see him everyday. Abbott believes stories are the safest place to “explore a frightening theme or darkness, apart from working in primary and secondary schools.Three days after a minor girl was allegedly sexually abused inside a south Kolkata school by two physical training (PT) teachers, For all the latest Lifestyle News.

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