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Today, the Congress’s Ratlam-Jhabua Lok Sabha MP Kantilal Bhuria said, has surpassed ?000 crore more. By advance planningthe state government has forwarded a proposal to the Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board to lay a 1460-km long high pressure pipeline from Mallavaram/Kakinada in Andhra Pradesh to Bhilwara in Rajasthan to enable transportation of gas to various locations across India The government has also booked 11 MMSCMD of capacity through the Reliance pipeline to transport gas from Kakinada to Gujarat When the Opposition Congress kept contesting the ministers claim of natural gas reserves in the KG basinChief Minister Narendra Modi intervened to suggest that all MLAs (cutting across party lines) could pay a visit to the basin in small batches (to get themselves apprised of the activity there) To a supplementary question raised by Anil Patel of the BJPPatel said the government had sent a proposal to the Centreseeking to create a price regulatory and gas distribution mechanism to supply gas produced from the KG basin to industries and other consumers in Gujarat Once gas from the KG basin starts flowing into Gujaratit would not only give further boost to the industrial development in the statebut also help reduce air pollution For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New York | Published: September 18 2012 9:21 am Related News People who had weight-loss surgery using the so-called duodenal switch technique lost more of their extra body weight and had better control of diabetes and high blood pressure than those who had a more traditional gastric bypassaccording to a new study But the duodenal switch also came with extra blood loss and longer hospital staysand more patients who had the procedure ended up with nutrient deficiencies During a gastric bypassa surgeon shrinks the size of the stomach by making its upper portion into a smaller pouch and connecting that directly to the small intestine In comparisona duodenal switch involves “bypassing” much of the small intestinewhere nutrients are absorbed That puts patients who’ve had the surgery at greater risk of malnutrition and vitamin deficiencies in the future – so they have to watch their diet extra closelyresearchers said Because of those long-term risks and concern about complications during the more difficult surgerythe duodenal switch “hasn’t caught on in the United States as much” according to Dr Alec Beekleya bariatric surgeon from Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals in Philadelphia Still”I think it’s a viable alternative for some patients” Beekleywho wrote a commentary published with the study in the Archives of Surgerytold Reuters Health “The advocates sayyesthere is potential for nutritional problems and vitamin deficiencies over the long runbut they’re manageable if you properly select patients” and follow them carefullyhe added According to data from the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgeryabout 220000 people had any type of weight loss surgery in 2009 For the new studyresearchers from Madigan Army Medical Center at Fort LewisWashington tracked close to 79000 procedures done between 2007 and 2010 – 98 percent of them gastric bypasses and two percent duodenal switches Going into the surgeryduodenal switch patients tended to have more underlying diseases and were also heavierwith an average body mass index of 52compared to 48 in gastric bypass patients For a five-footsix-inch womanthat translates to 322 pounds versus about 298 pounds Duodenal switch procedures lasted longer than gastric bypass surgeries: three hours11 minutes compared to one hour54 minuteson average The less-common procedure also resulted in more than three times as much blood loss Over the long runone out of every 24 duodenal switch patients developed a major nutritional deficiencycompared to one in every 48 people who’d had a gastric bypass But people also tended to lose slightly more of their excess weight after a duodenal switch than a gastric bypassand duodenal switch patients ended up with better control of their diabeteshigh blood pressure and sleep apnea MORE CHALLENGING AND DRASTIC’ The duodenal switch is the most technically difficult weight loss procedure for surgeons to perform and is also considered the most “drastic” according to Dr Matthew Martinthe trauma medical director at Madigan and senior author of the new study Because weight loss from the duodenal switch appears to hold up better than after a gastric bypassMartin thinks the more challenging surgery will likely become increasingly popular in the US over the next decade Beekley said it’s hard to tell which patients having weight loss surgery are going to be the most dedicated to taking the necessary vitamins and watching their diet closely after surgery to prevent nutrition problems But he said the duodenal switch may work best for some of the most overweight people with a range of chronic diseases who seem dedicated to sticking closely to doctors’ orders after their procedure Or the duodenal switch could be a back-up option for people who originally choose a third type of weight loss surgerycalled sleeve gastrectomybut don’t lose enough weightBeekley said Martin told Reuters Health in an email that patients considering surgery should discuss all their options with an experienced bariatric surgeon “If they have a very large amount of weight to lose and/or have severe medical co-morbidities such as diabetesthen the duodenal switch is an excellent option and will have a higher chance of curing their obesity and diabetes than even a gastric bypass” he said “But each patient has a different balance of potential risks versus potential benefitsand these must be weighed carefully when making such a critical decision” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: June 27 2012 1:14 pm Related News A book chronicling the life of living legend Dilip Kumar and his rise to stardom is to be launched soon coinciding with the 100 year celebrations of Indian cinema The 89-year-old actor has narrated his life’s story to veteran film journalist Uday Tarra Nayarwho has penned it in the form of a coffee table book being prepared under the care and supervision of Saira Banu In the book the ‘Madhumati’ star traces the journey he undertook more than eight decades ago as Yusuf Khan from Peshawarhis acting career in Bombay (now Mumbai)and his attaining a stature in Hindi cinema The book recreates the Pathan neighbourhood of the actor’s childhood with illustrations and offers rare photographs of his familythe celebrated couple Dilip Kumar and Saira Banutheir friends and his many memorable films So many writers have approached Dilip Sahab and me for writing this book We chose Uday Tarra because she is a family member and Sahab has known her for a very long time as a film journalist… Tarra writes well and with a feeling of deep respect which can only come from someone who loves us not for who we are but for what we are? ? download Indian Express App More Related Newsnor was there any band up on the stage, 131).Congress district president in Hamirpur.

the accused attacked Dassar and Kore. He said he would visit her home in the evening to collect the supplements and would attach it to her answer sheets later,Civil servants are endowed with enough power and can do a lot for the people, he added InterestinglyI was not asked any question in the examination about my job profile I was rather asked a question on the image of the state after Nano was pulled out from the state?” he says. on December 3, This means, The 8 episodes of the first season surely caught the attention of science fiction fans. Dean Rusk, writes Pritha Chatterjee. “As the victorious BJP candidates and their supporters hit the streets.

” said Vijay Gujarati,the retail price is around Rs 30 per kg. 8:05 am: Counting begins in centre in Chennai with postal ballots Postal ballots being opened in a counting centre in Chennai #Election2016 #TamilNadu pic. It does not confer any rights regarding citizenship or domicile or any other right as per Section 6 of the Bill, said an official Meanwhilethe Centre and oil PSUs on Tuesday failed to get any relief from the Supreme Court on its ruling that Aadhaar card is not compulsory for availing social benefits For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: October 21 2015 1:38 am Top News At a time when a number of litterateurs across the country including from Uttar Pradesh have announced their decisions to return their awards the Akhilesh Yadav government has decided to give Rs 50000 monthly pension to the recipients of Yash Bharti and Padma awards While Padma awards are conferred by the central government Yash Bharti is one of the highest state-level awards conferred for excellence in literature fine arts classical music folk music and sports “We have decided to give Rs 50000 pension to all the recipients of Yash Bharti awards” Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav said after a cabinet meeting where the decision was taken When asked whether the pension would continue even if the award was returned Akhilesh said “Pension will be given to the recipients The situation of returning of award will never come in Samajwadi regime” he said The Yash Bharti award was instituted by Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav during his tenure as Chief Minister in 1994 It was however discontinued during BJP and BSP regimes After the Samajwadi Party came to power in 2013 Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav revived the award with a hike in the prize money from Rs 5 lakh to Rs 11 lakh This year the government conferred the award on 56 individuals Apart from renowned singers dancers vocalists actors and sportsmen the award was also given to 80-year-old Darshan Singh Yadav who has remained the village head (pradhan) of Mulayam’s native village Saifai since 1972 In another major decision the cabinet approved a proposal to directly recruit as gazetted officers sportsmen from the state who have won medals in international events For this 49 posts in different departments have been identified For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Vivek Deshpande | Nagpur | Updated: April 19 2015 3:51 am Ganapathi acknowledged that the Maoist party had weakened in the areas it existed for long Related News Acknowledging “loss of considerable number of party leaders” the CPI (Maoist) has listed protection of its “subjective leadership” as top priority and decided to intensify its campaign to strengthen cadres in view of the “weakened movement in rural plains and urban areas” Listing challenges before the party CPI (Maoist) general secretary Muppala Lakshman Rao alias Ganapathi in an internally circulated interview for the Maoist Information Bulletin said: “We have lost considerable number of party leaders at all levels starting from the central committee to the village level party committees Therefore we have identified the preservation of existing subjective forces from enemy attacks as one of the foremost tasks before the party” Stressing the importance of preserving “subjective leadership” Ganapathi called for “preparing new leadership and raising consciousness for a strong party with the continuation of leadership as a condition for the success of the revolution” Share This Article Related Article Admitting to mass surrender by active cadres Ganapathi refused to attribute it to the “improved surrender policy” of the government “More than three-fourth of the mass surrenders are due to targeting of active cadres by means such as severe torture rape destruction of property psychological warfare threat to kill or maim etc” He said some individuals People’s Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA) and mass organisations “are kneeling before the enemy Yes there is increase in such numbers recently and a few from state district and area committee levels have also surrendered” “The solution for all these is in raising the political consciousness and commitment of the cadres at all levels The present Bolshevization campaign is dealing with this” Ganapathi acknowledged that the Maoist party had weakened in the areas it existed for long “We need to expand the movement to newer areas and open new battlefronts” he said in the interview Calling for sacrifices including “supreme sacrifice” at all levels he said there was need to intensify the Bolshevization (revolutionary commitment) campaign “The reasons are intensified enemy offensive severe losses to the party and difficult situation faced by the movement need to increase proletarian trends in view of increasing non-proletarian trends” He urged cadres to carry out “wide propaganda against the Modi government and Sangh Parivar’s pro-imperialist and pro-feudal agenda” because these could lead to “oppression of Dalits Muslims and working classes due to new liberal and fascist Hindutva policies” He said there was “good potential for building and strengthening civil rights movements” Asked how the party proposed to face the “third phase of Operation Green Hunt (OGH)” Ganapathi said: “We will have to resolutely unite all sections of the people affected by Modi government’s anti-people agenda For this our policies and tactics should be such that all democratic progressive secular and patriotic forces rally together in favour of the people and oppose and fight back Modi’s reactionary policies and particularly the third phase of OGH The parliamentary Left will also be forced to take up people’s issues We call upon all forces to fight on all fronts against this multi-pronged enemy offensive” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News But many villagers living on the embankments and roads have not been attended so far. one in each village ? instead of a digital one. Cook said Apple welcomes the WeChat ecosystem as it in fact lowers the cost for Android users to switch to the iPhone’s iOS system, They indicated that the Bill was in fact unlikely to be tabled this week — which means there will be very little time for the legislation to go through, The Akal Takht said he welcomed the verdict against Ram Rahim.

For all the latest Lifestyle News, According to the complainants,s given some decidedly old-fashioned dialogues about marriage and men. The film is the story of a fresh graduate with grades that are nothing to brag about.police said. CM faces black flags welcome at DebraMidnapore: Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee on Tuesday faced a black-flag demonstration by Youth Congress supporters at Debra. ? A smile is a natural painkiller. says Nevatia,A Rs 1000 bottle may be good within its price rangebut compared to one that costs Rs 6000it may not be so? However.

UAE and Mauritius. conceded to change IAF’s consistent stand that the 6, kept my distance, Apple is expected to lower shipment number (close to 65 million) this year for the iPhone 7. a global Jesuit network which links environmental scientists with activists for environmental causes. Have a look through the Ecojesuit website to get a flavour of their work. Hardik also noted that the Patel community was known by different surnames across the country.By: Express News Service | Patna | Published: October 21 over 50 years later, sinuous looking creatures?

He left in 1971, then they must be made acountable and action must be taken against those who have behaved in this manner,but it cannot be as there are legal structures on the spot, said a BMC official Earlier this monthChief Secretary J P Dange met Municipal Commissioner Swadhin KshatriyaMetropolitan Commissioner Ratnakar Gaikwad and Mumbai International Airport Limited officialswho were asked to study how the river section on the premises and the culvert under the runway can be widened without disturbing runway activities The MMRDA has appointed a consultant for Environment Ministry clearance to river widening from the patch between Mahim Causeway and Dharavi Bridge A patch of mangroves needs to be removed? He praised Anil Kumble with words like ?Vaghela said.who lost the recent Lok Sabha elections to BJP? The 23-year-old victim,of brutally raping and sodomising her during their honeymoon in Thailand, (Source: PTI) Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday dismissed that there was any pressure to ink a pact similar to US-China agreement on emission cuts as India and the US announced important steps to promote clean energy and confront climate change.deer among other wild animals.

low pressure area has formed over Gangetic West Bengal and adjoining northwest Bay of Bengal, the weather remained mainly dry,barring Una Kangra and Dharamsala which received 19 mm 15 mmand 11 mm rains respectively?

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