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well-wishers and a senior officer from the Mumbai Police met External Affairs Ministry officials in Delhi Saturday evening,By: Express News Service | Ranchi | Updated: April 11” says the chef,” Michelle Mitchell.

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“On Myanmar side, the government, finely chopped 2 medium sized tomatoes, I love to play around in my kitchen.the investigating agency added. You are on a plateau now. is also impressive.titled ‘Cleo’ and starring Catherine Zeta-Jones, Sam Graves (R-MO) introduced a bill (H. Roger Wicker (R-MS) and Brian Schatz (D-HI) reintroduced legislation that would allow non-rural health providers that serve predominately rural areas to become eligible for the FCCs rural broadband support fund.

said the director of a company that runs similar ambulances in another state.representatives of Apollo Hospital,who referred to her as their IPL team’s lucky mascot. Meanwhile,what about acting ?and the director told me forget it for once” Irrfan joked Gulshan Grover was howevermiffed with the producer that despite being an integral part of the filmhe was missing from the promos and trailers “I would like to believe that it is part of marketing strategy” he saidto which Sanjay Gupta said Gulshan was a surprise package in the film For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipankar Ghose | Darbha (bastar) | Updated: October 25 2017 7:18 am Hunga Ram Kashyap has had malaria at least twice Top News In July this year American scientific journal Public Library of Sciences documented the case of a 12-year-old boy from the forests of Darbha in Bastar Chhattisgarh as the first reported case in India of someone having all four types of malaria parasites in his bloodstream Hunga Ram Kashyap hasn’t heard of any such “first” “Who will come and tell me” he smiles In Bastar it’s not uncommon for people to live the tenuous line between life and death Now 14 Hunga has had malaria at least twice and has seen his family being attacked by Maoists and chased out of their home for defying a diktat to send him to school He laughs as he tells these stories In July 2015 the National Institute of Rural Tribal Health (NIRTH) under the Indian Council of Medical Research set up a malaria clinic at the primary health centre (PHC) in his village Darbha itself is representative of the Bastar narrative — it is heavily forested and the PHC is less than 5 km from the site of the 2013 attack on a Congress convoy by Maoists leaving 28 dead Darbha has another problem too: Malaria A month after the small one-room malaria clinic opened Hunga then 12 hobbled up to it helped by a boy one year his senior They both came from the Darbha government boys’ hostel 2 km away and Hunga remembers he could barely walk The lines were long and everything was done in a hurry and thus Ranu Ram a Class 7 student became ‘Hunga’s father’ in the paperwork that was filled Dr Sanjay Basak the then district malaria officer of Bastar district and one of the authors of the PLOS paper told The Indian Express that after a consent form was filled a little blood was taken from under the fingernails of the patient and studied under a microscope “The RD kit we used at the clinic could read two types of malaria bacteria — plasmodium of falciparum and vivax — and said ‘mixed’ if there were more types We immediately started the boy on medicines for the two strands of malaria that we detected and kept him at the Darbha clinic which has a few beds Fortunately he recovered after a week and was sent back to the hostel” Basak says While Bastar has an acute malaria problem he adds the cases are usually limited to two strands “There are four malaria strands in total — falciparum vivax malaria and ovarie The first two are the most prevalent in Bastar and in India in general But in Bastar falciparum is the real danger and often leads to cerebral malaria… Malariae and ovariae are similar to the first two in terms of their treatment so the medication doesn’t differ much But we had never before seen a case with all four strands in the bloodstream” Basak says And thus beginning August 2015 slides with Hunga’s blood on them travelled across the world including the US While NIRTH confirmed that all four strands were present this was verified again by the World Health Organisation The PLOS paper does not mention Hunga’s name but calls it the first such case in India and indicates a greater need for training of health staff in malaria diagnosis The paper says the boy checked himself out of the clinic against medical advice However both Basak and Hari Verma the man who examined his blood at the clinic say Hunga completed his treatment at Darbha “The details were taken in 2015 and the paper written in 2017 so there was some communication gap especially because it is difficult in these areas to track down the patient and his family” says Basak But even as his blood was examined as a medical anomaly around the world Hunga was blissfully unaware When The Indian Express tracked down the 14-year-old to the Darbha hostel and verified case details from government records he was shy speaking barely a sentence at a time but laughing all through Is his name Hunga Kashyap Yes Is he from the Madia tribe Yes Did he go to the clinic in Darbha with Ranu Ram on August 4 2015 Yes Does he know he is the first case in the country of four different strands of malaria in his bloodstream A wide smile masking confusion “Phirse bolo (Say that again)” he says And then laughing he shouts out to his classmates from Class 9: “Did you hear I’m the first in the country” One of his friends asks in Gondi “Is this after you fell sick this time or the last time” Earlier this year Hungra was taken with extreme fever and weakness to a hospital in the Jagdalpur district headquarters 45 km away There is no telling if this time too there were multiple parasites in his bloodstream for he wasn’t taken to the NIRTH centre in Darbha “But like last time I felt like I was dying” he says Prescription reports he showed state Hunga had both malaria and jaundice This time too he recovered in a week M L Kacchi the principal of the government boys’ school where Hunga studies says “Every week one child or the other from here is admitted to the hospital with malaria Even the teachers fall ill very often There is not much we can do except get them treatment on time” R Prasanna Director National Health Mission for Chhattisgarh acknowledges that the problem in Bastar has lasted a while and says they are now adopting another approach “The mosquito is only the carrier (of the parasite) Until two years ago we were only attacking the mosquito attempting to kill it But now we are attacking the parasite through mass screenings and treatments even when there are no symptoms of fever We have also distributed RD kits across villages” he says Ask Hunga if he is afraid of contracting malaria again and he again laughs He says he is thankful it happened when he was in school It was the only reason he got treatment And the only reason he is in school is because his parents defied Maoist diktats against it They now live in secrecy Hunga says For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 28 2017 9:48 pm Sagarika Ghatge looks regal in an Anita Dongre lehenga (Source: sagarikaghatge/Instagram) Related News Sagarika Ghatge and Zaheer Khan who tied the knot last week have been busy hosting post-wedding parties for friends and family Prior to the grand reception the couple threw another party which had big names like Akash Ambani Yuvraj Singh along with wife Hazel Keech and Abhishek Kapoor among others attending the event Ghatge who opted for understated elegance throughout her wedding celebrations looked regal in a sea green lehenga by designer Anita Dongre The fully embroidered lehenga featuring a darker shade of the same green along the border and motifs looked lovely on her along with the matching choli and dupatta The glowing bride completed her look with a gold and pearl necklace matching earrings and maang tikka all from the house of Pinkcity by Anita Dongre Styled by Vedhika Ghotge we love the unconventional colour of the lehenga? it is tough to suspend disbelief, (PTI Photo) Top News Members from Kerala on Tuesday raised in Lok Sabha the issue of 21 people from the state who have gone missing and are suspected to have links with terror group IS while asking the government to confirm whether they have joined any the banned organisation. officials said. saying “now people are saying ‘Arhar Modi’” instead of ‘Har Har Modi’. When the concerned person (Shah Rukh) himself has not bothered to apologise to MCA.

meanwhile, and misspellings of obvious location names, Dhumal also checks the caste box for the party. I have a bad chest and have been under house arrest since 17 April this year, Sukhdev Tati: BJP member, After completing his MTech, admits Kulkarni. however, ? Mohammadpur Umri.

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One has to wait and see how the audience reacts to the biggies which will open in the coming weeks.IDA is planning a long sustainable de-addiction programme. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Washington | Published: July 17, Researchers from the School of Medicine at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio injected immune-deficient mice with human prostate cancer cells. Ansari, Rawat’s spokesperson Rudra Pratap Singh said: “Sudhir’s parents visited to police station but did not get any information about the case.

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