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who did not wish to be identified, 2012 3:58 am Top News LUCKNOW: The police on Thursday lodged an FIR at Krishna Nagar police station against a Rajkiya Nirman Nigam (RNN) contractor for not making the payment of his sub-contractor. On an average,The authorities of the Women Protection Home found the girl and have taken her back, Fatehgunj police said Yadav had reportedly slipped out the the Women Protection Home when Shobha Barotthe nurse on duty at the timewas busy dealing with another woman Superintendent of the Women Protection HomeKamal Pandulkarhad admitted that the security arrangements at the Home were not up-to-the-markbut said she had written to the state government in this regard For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Updated: January 14 2017 9:38 am The total investment in the network will reach close to Rs 19 lakh crore Related News New telecom operator Reliance Jio Infocomm is planning to invest Rs 30000 crore more to expand coverage and increase network capacity With this its total investment in the network will reach close to Rs 19 lakh crore “In view of the unprecedented customer response to RJIL’s services as well as address the anticipated growth in demand for digital services additional investments are proposed to be made into the network to enhance its coverage and capacity” Reliance Jio said in a rights issue notice for existing shareholders today These investments are proposed to be financed largely through an equity offering to strengthen its balancesheet for growth it added “… the company wishes to inform that board of directors at its meeting held on January 13 2017 has decided to make a rights issue of 6 billion – 9 per cent non-cumulative optionally convertible preference shares of Rs 10 each for cash a premium of Rs 40 per OCPS aggregating Rs 30000 crore” the notice read As of December 31 within four months of its commercial launch the company garnered 724 million subscribers It started offering free 4G service during the trial phase which it continued even after its commercial launch on September 5 Jio is also offering free unlimited local and STD call for lifetime even during roaming Jio has extended its free 4G service till March 31 2017 For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Gauri Kamath | Updated: June 9 2015 6:48 am While the dated Drugs and Cosmetics Act that governs pharmaceuticals does not explicitly prohibit online sales it mandates that all so-called scheduled drugs be sold only by licensed outlets against a doctor’s prescription Related News The Maharashtra Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cracked down on e-commerce company Snapdeal last month for allowing vendors to sell drugs without a doctor’s prescription on its online marketplace That the episode made headlines probably had less to do with the illegal act itself and more to do with the involvement of a high-profile company For Indian pharmacies have long been known to sell drugs without prescription Over the decades studies have concluded that India has an unacceptably high rate of self-medication by patients The main reason is that seeking professional healthcare can be time consuming and expensive Chemist shops operating in a lax regulatory environment have fuelled the trend An analysis by the Global Antibiotic Resistance Partnership and the Public Health Foundation of India in 2011 found that “in Delhi no prescription was presented for one-fifth of the antibiotics purchased recently” The irrational consumption of antibiotics is one factor behind the rising problem of microbial resistance to them Against this backdrop online drug retail can be problematic True it has the potential to enhance the reach of medicines exponentially But if done badly it could compound legacy problems such as self-medication and drug resistance or lead to the proliferation of counterfeit and spurious drugs The Snapdeal experience suggests that in spite of the patchy governance of the brick-and-mortar world drug regulators are not about to turn a blind eye to online misdemeanours Nor can online operators use the evident disregard for the law by chemist shops as a line of defence Full compliance is the only way forward for legitimate players That is easier said than done given the absence of a clear legal pathway While the dated Drugs and Cosmetics Act (DCA) that governs pharmaceuticals does not explicitly prohibit online sales it mandates that all so-called scheduled drugs be sold only by licensed outlets against a doctor’s prescription That licence has many conditions attached to it such as the presence of a pharmacist at all times and onerous record-keeping obligations Drug retail in India is characterised by mom-and-pop stores It is unlikely that these outlets will go online in the foreseeable future given the cost of technology and marketing Rather we are seeing intermediaries that connect the retailer to the consumer — but do not own licences themselves — at the forefront of online drug retail As the FDA chief pointed out selling drugs online is not the same as selling apparel The Snapdeal episode suggests that the intermediary will be held accountable Can it afford to be an open marketplace where vendors are free to list their goods with little supervision Every drug sold needs to be backed up by a doctor’s prescription The marketplace has to be on guard against becoming a conduit for substandard or counterfeit drugs I recently met the people behind a startup that is girding its loins to launch an online prescription drugs marketplace in collaboration with one or two large chemists each in five big cities They admitted that getting chemists to comply with the DCA was a challenge They claimed to have invested a million dollars in technology to ensure that forged or reused scripts would not be filled They would have flying squads of mystery consumers visiting chemists to detect slips and any chemist who was not compliant would be dropped immediately To me this system of audits and surprise inspections even training is reminiscent of companies outsourcing a core activity All said and done online drug platforms can only be as good as their partners on the ground and compliance will be a continuous challenge The DCA has parts that are open to interpretation Is it okay for instance if the pharmacist is not present at the point of delivery so long as the prescription is verified Chemist shops are used to “managing” the legal vagueness But the startup had got its plan vetted by three different law firms to ensure it would not fall afoul of some such provision Still some investors might baulk at funding such ventures The upshot is that the bar has been set high for online drug retail For now it looks as if few could make the big leap The writer is a Mumbai-based commentator on healthcare and founder Apothecurry For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Parthasarathi Biswas | Pune | Published: March 2 2017 1:25 am Pavana river has been affected by industrial pollution in Pimpri-Chinchwad Top News THE Supreme Court’s order directing action against industrial units without effluent treatment plants has given the 1457 industrial units in Pimpri-Chinchwad just three months to get their act together If these industries are not able to set up effluent treatment plants by that time they will end up losing their electricity connections as per the directive of the apex court Watch What Else is Making News The Supreme Court had given these directions last month while hearing a PIL filed by an environment NGO The court had asked state pollution control boards to work in tandem with electricity distribution companies (discoms) to implement its orders In case the state pollution control boards give a negative report the discoms will severe the electricity connection of the defaulting units Pune district has three operational common effluent treatment plants (CEPTs) catering to the industrial units of Kurkhumb Talegaon and Ranjangaon The combined effluent generated by industrial units in these areas are treated in the CEPTs The Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) keeps a close watch on the functioning of these CEPTs with regular monitoring of the inlet and outlet water quality However the lack of a CEPT in Pimpri-Chinchwad has made the deadline tougher for local industries which generate 14868 million litres per day (MLD) sewage in the region Based on their functioning the MPCB has classified 183 units as red (highly-polluting) 291 units as orange (medium-polluting) and 983 units as green (non-polluting) units The units classified as red and orange are going to face action if they are not able to adhere to the apex court’s timeline Industrial pollution has always been a major issue in Pimpri-Chinchwad with reports about the death of large shoals of fish in Pavana river surfacing regularly from the region Last year the MPCB had issued 57 notices to polluting units and legal action had also been initiated against some of them Until now the lack of a CEPT in Pimpri-Chinchwad has hampered the process of finding an effective solution Sandeep Belasare president of the Pimpri -Chinchwad Small Scale Industries Association blamed the Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) for the absence of a CEPT in the area Belasare said back in 2013 a special purpose vehicle (SPV) was formed to study the problem and it had finalised the plans for a CETP at Gawali Matha near Bhosari “The SPV had representatives of the PCMC MPCB and the MIDC The area was reserved but the civic body failed to do anything in the last four years” he said Industries in the region are now facing an uncertain future due to the failure of the civic bodies said Belasare “Three months is too short a time for any CETP to be constructed The PCMC is completely to be blamed for this” he said Anant Sardeshmukh director-general of the Maharatta Chamber of Commerce Industries and Agriculture (MCCIA) said in a bid to find a solution the industrial body had mediated between the PCMC and the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) “The area in question has logistical problems as it does not have a centralised drainage system for the collection of effluents A suggestion was made about collecting the effluent in tankers but it was not practically feasible” he said Sardeshmukh said the civic body was the right agency to work out a revenue system for a CEPT as it would have the necessary mechanism to do so The PCMC has forwarded the final detailed project report (DPR) to the state government said sources For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: June 11 2017 4:51 am Shashikant Kutwal has now attained the title of International Master Top News Shashikant Kutwal a railway employee with Pune Division has won the gold medal at the 17th World Individual Chess Championship for differently-abled held in Slovakia from May 27 to June 6 2017 Kutwal (37) who works as office superintendent has now attained the title of International Master Kutwal’s achievement has attracted praise from railway administration Divisional Railway Manager B K Dadabhoy congratulated and felicitated him \”His achievement has made us proud and we will support him in his future endeavours He has a long way to go” said Dadabhoy Kutwal who hails from a village in Baramati tehsil was appointed with the Central Railway through sports quota in 2000 Since then he has been representing Central Railway Indian Railways and India at various chess competitions In the World Championship held by Physically Disabled Chess Association (PDCA) Kutwal won the gold medal after scoring 75 points from a possible 9 For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Indianapolis | Published: September 9 2017 9:48 pm Aditi Ashok shot 70 in the first round ballooned to 75 in the second to be one-over 145 for 36 holes (Source: File) Top News Aditi Ashok bowed out of the Indy Women in Tech Championship after missing the cut following a roller-coaster second round Aditi who shot 70 in the first round ballooned to 75 in the second to be one-over 145 for 36 holes With the cut falling at two-under she was left stranded and exited early Aditi opened with three bogeys but after a par she found three birdies in a row to get to even par But bogeys on ninth 12th and 14th saw her again go to three-over for the day and she failed to make up from there Meanwhile Lexi Thompson and Lydia Ko lead the field at 15-under 129 after the first two rounds at Brickyard Crossing Golf Course Thompson followed Thursday’s 9-under 63 with a bogey-free 6-under 66 on Friday afternoon Thompson is looking for a second victory of 2017 joining the Kingsmill Championship Starting on the ninth hole Ko drained nine birdies including five straight on holes from second to sixth and found 17 of 18 greens during her 8-under 64 on Friday morning It was a welcome return to form for Ko who has not won since the Marathon Classic in June 2016 While Ko and Thompson hold the lead veteran Candie Kung lies one stroke back at -14 Ashleigh Buhai is in solo fourth at -11 while Cristie Kerr and Amy Olson are tied for fifth at -10 The cut came at 2-under 142 with 77 players reaching Saturday’s final round For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: September 14 2009 11:59 am Related News Michael Jacksons children are reportedly under the shield of a team of bodyguards costing 750000 pounds a year The youngstersPrince Michael12Paris11and seven-year-old Prince Michael IIaka Blanketwere placed under protection after fears they might be targeted by kidnappers or stalkers following the death of their father “Michael’s death has made them more of a target They’ll be guarded like royalty” the Daily Express quoted a source as telling News of the World The Jacksons were said to have come up with a protection plan for the children and hired six security men to guard them The men are allegedly trained to fight and deal with kidnap and hostage situations For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKadu said. 2016 1:37 am The mother and other relatives of police constable Amar Gaikwad, all three were a part of the squad. 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