Raksha OPD services include consultation for ailments related to heart, bones, joints, muscles, ENT, cancer, nerves, brain, spine and kidneySRCC Children’s Hospital, managed by Narayana Health, has started offering a consultation known as “Raksha OPD” for children and adolescents up to 18 years of age. Raksha OPDs will be held between 9:00 am and 11:00 am on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. Raksha OPD services include consultation for ailments related to heart, bones, joints, muscles, ENT, cancer, nerves, brain, spine and kidney.Dr Purna Kurkure, Medical Director, SRCC Children’s Hospital, said, “In India, significant number of healthcare expenses are out-of-pocket and each year millions of people are faced with the challenge of inadequate finances to fund their child’s healthcare cost. With the growing need for improving accessibility to quality OPDs’, we believe that ‘Raksha OPD’ will help increase accessibility to paediatric specialists at an affordable cost.”The facility can be availed by calling 186 0208 0208, as pre-registration is mandatory. Share Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 News SRCC Children’s Hospital launches ‘Raksha OPD’ Related Posts The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story Read Article By salil sule on August 21, 2017 MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app
The winning numbers were as follows.£850.00 – white ticket number 27081 won by Barrie Peck.Signed Bristol City home shirt – red ticket number 26791 won by James Ford.Supporters aged 16+ are be able to purchase a Matchday Draw ticket from ticket sellers located throughout Ashton Gate for just £1, who will be distinguishable by their purple Bristol City Robins Foundation tabards.The winning tickets are announced at half-time via the PA system and on the @RobinsFound Twitter, while the drawn numbers will also feature on the big screens inside Ashton Gate.
Meanwhile, the final of the Europa League will be played in the Polish city of Gdansk, with the women’s Champions League final being awarded to Vienna in Austria. The game will be played at the Atatürk Olympic Stadium, which is the same venue which hosted the famous 2005 final between Liverpool and AC Milan. The stadium was opened in 2002 and is where the Turkish national team usually play their home matches. CEST IN SPORT.ES Javier Giraldo Estambul, sede de la final de la Champions de 2020 FROM Kiev TO MADRID UEFA met in Kiev on Thursday to discuss where the European finals at the end of the 2019-20 season will be played, with the Champions League final given to Istanbul. Saturday’s final between Real Madrid and Liverpool will be played in Kiev (Ukraine) and next year’s host city has already been chosen for the Champions League final: it will be played at the Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid (Spain). @javiergiraldo 24/05/2018 Upd. at 17:35 Finally, the 2020 European Super Cup will be played at Porto’s Do Dragao home (Portugal), which opened in 2003. As for the 2019 Europa League, the final will be played in Baku (Azerbaijan), while the winners of this year’s Champions League and Europa League will meet in Tallin (Estonia) this August.
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WATFORD came from a goal down to end 31 years of frustration against Tottenham.That is how long it has been since they last beat Spurs in the league.7 There were jubilant scenes as Watford took the lead and help on to maintain their 100 per cent recordCredit: Reuters7 It was Watford’s first win in the league over Tottenham since 1987, a record stretching back 31 yearsCredit: News Group Newspapers LtdWatford stun Tottenham at Vicarage Road as Javi Gracia’s side grab our Moment of the RoundKenny Jackett was Watford boss in May 1987 when they earned a 1-0 win and Starship were number one with ‘Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now’.And Watford ended the miserable run in style by coming from a goal down in an impressive second half fightback.Headed goals from skipper Troy Deeney and Craig Cathcart put a massive boot into Tottenham’s stunning start to the season.With first choice keeper and World Cup winner Hugo Lloris missing the game with a thigh injury just a week after being charged with drink driving, this was a sobering experience for title-contenders Spurs.Most read in footballLive BlogBLUES NEWSChelsea news LIVE: Follow all the latest updates from Stamford BridgeLive BlogUNITED LIVEMan Utd news LIVE: All the latest updates and transfer gossip from Old TraffordLive BlogBLUES NEWSChelsea transfer news LIVE: Havertz deal LATEST, Willian move updatesLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordLive Bloggunners newsArsenal transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from the EmiratesAZPI BETTERAzpilicueta reveals turning off phone saved his season after horror startART ATTACKInside Arsenal’s celebrations as Arteta is showered with champagne as he dancesLive BlogTRANSFER NEWS LIVEStones update, Sancho latest, Havertz to Chelsea news7 Troy Deeney headed in the equaliser with 20 minutes remaining at Vicarage RoadCredit: News Group Newspapers LtdTheir 100 per cent start to the season has gone and they even had to rely on a freak own goal from Abdoulaye Doucoure to give them their goal.Lucas Moura’s fiercely driven cross from the right eight minutes into the second half rebounded off Doucoure’s chest and past Watford keeper Ben Foster.It was one of only three shots of target aimed at Foster all afternoon.The lead last for 16 minutes until Mousa Dembele was punished for a foul on Will Hughes just outside the Tottenham box.7 Abdoulaye Doucoure scored an own goal to open the scoring in the second half after Lucas Moura crossedCredit: PA:Press Association7 The Hornets’ run of form has come as a major surprise to many, considering Javi Gracia masterminded just one win in the final nine games of last seasonCredit: News Group Newspapers LtdMauricio Pochettino says defeat to Watford was a ‘wake-up call’ after Tottenham’s first loss to Hornets in 31 years Defendeer Christian Kabasele crossed from the free kick and Skipper Deeney powered home a header past stand-in keeper Michel Vorm.Seven minutes later Cathcart climbed highest at a corner and directed a precise header into the corner of the net to seal a memorable win that means Watford’s surprisingly flawless start to the campaign remains intact.7 Craig Cathcart scored the winning goal 15 minutes from time with a fantastic headerCredit: Reuters7 The two Watford goalscorers celebrate together as their headers helped turn the match on its headCredit: Getty Images – GettyWatch all ten Premier League games from Saturday and Sunday in our Weekend Round-up
A major catastrophe was averted on Thursday after lightning struck the Hits and Jams Studio, causing a fire to erupt in the transmission room.The incident occurred sometime around 10:35h at the Lance Gibbs Street, Queenstown, office of HJTV and 94 Boom FM.Staff members of Hits and Jams studio outside the building following the Thursday morning fireAccording to reports reaching Guyana Times, during the heavy downpour on Thursday morning, lightening struck the company’s signal tower causing a spark inside the building.However, staff members were quick to take action, turning off the main power and containing the small blaze in the transmission room while the fire service was on its way.Speaking briefly with reporters, Director of Hits and Jams Kerwin Bollers explained that when the lightning struck the tower, it sent a surge of electricity to the systems in the television station’s transmission room. This resulted in the equipment being overpowered, as such, a fire broke out.At the time, Bollers said it was too early to assess the extent of the damages incurred.“Hopefully there is not much damage… we’re trying to assess it and determine, pretty much, what are damaged and what can be repaired… we have some technicians coming over to check the equipment out,” he told reporters at the scene on Thursday.At the time when the fire broke out, there were about a dozen persons in the building, including popular radio broadcaster Feliz Robertson who was on air at the time. She recalled that they heard a loud explosion before her DJ noticed smoke in the building.“When that (explosion) happened, I was stunned and so my DJ pulled down the mics so that no one can hear us scream or panic, and we started to unplug whatever we can,” she told this newspaper. Robertson went on to say that they then started to douse the fire which was at the time on the ceiling of the transmission room. She noted that they managed to contain the blaze with a fire extinguisher. The broadcaster continued that they then gathered everyone out of the building and managed to take with them small pieces of equipment. She noted that shortly after a call was made to the fire service and fire tenders arrived on scene and took charge of the situation.
Believing there’s a need to take the next step to mitigate the impacts of flooding and erosion, Chatham-Kent councillors unanimously approved a climate emergency motion Monday night.South Kent Coun. Trevor Thompson entered the motion, which follows up on similar declarations made by other jurisdictions across Canada.The aim of the motion is to provide a lens through which strategies and policies can be viewed, so staff can work quickly to identify target areas to reduce individual and collective environmental impacts.Thompson called it important to send a message that action is needed, adding he found the recent shoreline study public meetings in Erieau to be an eye-opening experience.“It was no longer about ‘Save my house.’ I heard that a lot prior to the meetings,” he said. “It became ‘Save our community. Save our tax base. Save our tax dollars. Save my business. Save our tourism. Address our infrastructure issues.’”Staff will also work internally and engage with stakeholders and the community to prepare recommendations for cost-effective initiatives to address the issue ahead of next year’s budget deliberations.“How do we build better? How do we plan better? How do we become more resilient in our communities?” Thompson said.High water levels have been seen in recent years on Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair, with erosion impacting properties and resulting in local road closures.Other cities that have declared a climate emergency include Ottawa, Hamilton, London and, most recently, Sarnia.The motion passed 17-0 to the applause of the crowd in council chambers.Earlier in the evening, there was a presentation by consultant Peter Zuzek, who is involved in the ongoing shoreline study, as well as community supporters of the climate emergency motion.West Kent Coun. Melissa Harrigan called the motion an opportunity for councillors to become further educated on the subject.She said everyone is impacted by climate change and stressed that any solutions wouldn’t be a short-term fix.“It’s about the long-term sustainability of this community,” she said.East Kent Coun. Steve Pinsonneault agreed the municipality needs to move forward.“I think we need to start somewhere,” he said, “and this is as good a spot as any.”North Kent Coun. Joe Faas also called it crucial to highlight the impact of the provincial government’s cuts to conservation authorities.“We need to get our provincial counterparts on board here,” he [email protected] Twitter.com/DailyNewsTT
A 26-year-old man is facing a charge of assault and robbery after two men were attacked in separate incidents early Wednesday evening in Chatham.Chatham-Kent police allege the accused, of no fixed address, approached a man walking on King Street in Chatham around 6:30 p.m. and began assaulting him in an attempt to steal his cigarettes.Police were called by a concerned citizen who witnessed the reported assault.The victim was taken to hospital for treatment of minor injuries.Police said as the accused fled the area. He then approached another man on Barthe Street and allegedly assaulted him. That victim did not sustain any injuries, police said.The accused was found on Grand Avenue, and arrested and charged with assault and robbery, police said.He was taken into custody pending a bail hearing.Receipts lead to arrest of Blenheim womanA 31-year-old Blenheim woman is facing charges in connection to evidence Chatham-Kent police found inside a stolen pickup truck.Police said the accused was released from court on May 6 with several conditions, including that she not operate a motor vehicle.Police recovered a stolen pickup truck early Wednesday morning on Raleigh Street in Chatham. While examining the vehicle, police found two receipts from local businesses inside the truck.Police went to these businesses and, through investigation, allege the woman was responsible for driving the stolen truck to purchase grocery store items and cash out a ticket.The accused was located Wednesday night and arrested. She has been charged with being in possession of property obtained by a crime over $5,000 and failing to comply with her release conditions.She was placed in custody pending a bail hearing.Wallaceburg teen chargedA family dispute landed a Wallaceburg teen in trouble with the law.Chatham-Kent police responded to the dispute, where an investigation revealed the accused, a 15-year-old male, allegedly threw items at his mother during an argument.While being placed under arrest, police allege the accused pulled away in an effort to resist arrest and began swinging at the officers.The youth was taken into custody and transported to police headquarters.He was charged with assault with a weapon and resist arrest, and later released with an Aug. 12 court date.Argument leads to chargeA 45-year-old Dover Township man was arrested Wednesday night in connection to an argument with his girlfriend’s father.Chatham-Kent police said the argument resulted in threats being made.The accused was arrested and charged with uttering threats.He was released with an Aug. 20 court date.Traffic enforcementSeveral area motorists are feeling the financial impact of some traffic enforcement initiatives by Chatham-Kent police.Wednesday morning, police stopped and charged five motorist with speeding through a 50 km/h zone while conducting traffic enforcement on Longwoods Road in Kent Bridge.Police were also conducting traffic enforcement in the area of construction on Pioneer Line, which resulted in nine motorists being stopped and charged with driving on a closed road.
30 June 2008South Africa’s workforce need not cash in their provident fund savings out of fear that the government will nationalise the funds, says Finance Minister Trevor Manuel.Manuel’s statement comes after certain service providers warned their clients to cash in their savings, claiming that the government was threatening to seize them.“Since the announcement of the reform of retirement funds in the national budget in February, service providers have told people that government is going to nationalise pensions and is going to take away your savings, so you will only get the statutory state old age pension when you retire,” Manuel told reporters in Pretoria last week.“It would be reckless, impossible and unconstitutional that any one of us would agree with the confiscation of the savings of working people.”Manuel said he had heard that workers were withdrawing their savings, and that some were going so far as to resign from their jobs in order to cash in their pensions.He was accompanied by Social Development Minister Zola Skweyiya and several trade union leaders.Savings levels ‘too low’Skweyiya said he was concerned that these withdrawals would impact on the workers themselves and their families as they approach retirement, and that it would impact on the country, as savings levels are already too low.“The government and trade unions share a commitment to improve the living standards of our people and we want to collaborate in working towards this objective,” he said.“Part of this commitment is to ensure that all workers are able to live a better life when they retire than live in dire poverty in old age.”Report ‘unscrupulous individuals’Skweyiya called on all shop stewards and trustees of pension and provident funds to report these “unscrupulous individuals and service providers” to trade union offices, government and regulatory agencies.He said that some government departments and the trade unions would embark on road shows to visit factory floors around the country, and ensure that shop stewards and workers were prevented by being misled.Source: BuaNews
8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market marshall kirkpatrick Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Related Posts A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#Location#web Imagine you were a robot who only knew how to describe the world in four ways: self, other, time, and object. Now imagine you were struck by a bolt of lightning and found your robot brain aware of a whole new column in the spreadsheet…Place. You’d feel like a whole new robot and you’d probably sing a very happy robot song.That’s what the social web is going through right now, with the rise of location data and services as a viable pivot point for developers to work their magic with. Next week 2nd place check-in app Gowalla says it will launch at least the beginning of something a small but fascinating group of robot magicians has long waited for: a write-capable API.What Kind of Apps Might We See?Imagine a mobile app that let you check-in at all the famous art museums of the world, post photos of yourself outside them and see which museums your friends have been to. Or the best places in the world to eat grilled cheese sandwiches, if that’s your thing.Niche topical apps like that could become easier than ever to create and tie-together with larger more established location based social network providers with the availability of multiple write APIs. You could have your cheese sandwich check-ins show up in your Gowalla and Foursquare social networks, if you want, or you could view and use an app built on top of those APIs that only published and displayed check-ins at cheese sandwich related places. It’s really all about cheese sandwiches.Leading check-in app Foursquare has an API, or Application Programming Interface, that developers can already build software on top of that reads Foursquare data and can publish check-ins to Foursquare as well. But competitor Gowalla has had a read-only API, meaning 3rd party apps could display user location data but couldn’t publish back to Gowalla.Gowalla developer Adam Keys told the company’s developer email list today that unlike previous promises a write-API was coming “next week,” this time he means it. “The good news is that I think I’ve got the foundation in place,” he wrote. “I’m hoping to write up the docs and get *something* out next week, even if it’s not complete API access.”The Gowalla apps include one thing that Foursquare does not – the ability to upload photos of places along with your check-in. Might that be a part of the new Gowalla API? We certainly hope so.What Does This Mean?It means there’s more than one game in town. There’s a very big difference between one hot check-in app you can publish to and two. As ReadWriteWeb’s resident hacker and geofreak Tyler Gillies told me this afternoon, “I think this will really change the game as far as people’s ability to create applicatons that allow you to check into a venue on multiple services.”The value of a multi-platform check-in app is that you don’t have to choose, you can participate in and see your friends’ activity across services you yourself don’t spend a lot of time on.At the same time, it means you get to choose. If everyone in the world was on AT&T and they couldn’t call out to Verizon, you’d never leave one service because it would mean you’d lose contact with your friends. Enter interoperability and you’ve got customer choice, vendor competition and a new wave of innovation.At least that could be how it turns out with regard to the addition of interoperable Place streams across multiple vendors.Foursquare today lets a user opt-in to have news and reviews from favorite organizations like the Huffington Post, the Wall St. Journal and the Independent Film Channel pushed automatically to their phones when they check-in near a place that those organizations have annotated. That’s hot and it’s just the beginning of the kind of features these kinds of location apps will be able to offer in the future. Like a robot that’s been struck by lightning.A service provider or developer can offer software users a lot if they know what the user likes, who the user is friends with and how recent all that data is. Add knowing where people, places and things are and you’ve got a big jump in potential recombination of factors. Not just for location apps themselves either, but in all kinds of apps that use the location data such apps make it easy and compelling to publish.Maybe even with pictures.