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Police holds meet for school heads
Saturday, December 20, 2014
The school managements were requested to take up basic security measures like installing CCTV cameras, appointing security personnel, installing door frame and hand held metal detectors etc.
The school managements were requested to take up basic security measures like installing CCTV cameras, appointing security personnel, installing door frame and hand held metal detectors etc.

Hyderabad: In view of the Peshawar terror attack and as per the advisory by the Ministry of Home affairs, the Hyderabad police on Friday conducted an awareness meeting for all school principals of the central zone.

The meeting headed by Central zone DCP Kamalasan Reddy stressed the precautionary measures to be taken by school managements. A mock bomb was also exploded by disposal teams during the meeting to show how it appears.

The school managements were requested to take up basic security measures like installing CCTV cameras, appointing security personnel, installing door frame and hand held metal detectors etc.

“The session was very useful,” said St. Paul’s school principal Sudhakar Reddy. Kamala Nehru college principal Chandrakala said they have already started implementing security measures like installing CCTV cameras, appointing security personnel etc.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/141220/nation-crime/article/police-holds-meet-school-heads

Experimental launch a success
Friday, December 19, 2014
GSLV MK-III launch
GSLV MK-III launch

Hyderabad: Inching closer to achieving its ambition of manned space flights, Isro successfully conducted the experimental launch of an unmanned crew module onboard India’s latest generation launch vehicle GSLV MK-III from Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Shar, Sriharikota, on Thursday.

One of the heaviest launch vehicles developed by Isro, GSLV Mk-III, weighing about 630 tonnes, took off majestically as scheduled at 9.30 am from Shar.

Incidentally, it was also an experimental launch for GSLV MK-III, which is designed to carry 4-tonne class satellites.

Through this experimental flight, Isro intends to study the atmospheric reentry characteristics of the crew module, which weighs over 3 tonne, is 2.7-metre tall and has a diameter of 3.1 metres, as well as the performance of the rocket during its suborbital flight.

The experiment is crucial, since the success of the rocket will put an end to Isro’s dependence on space agencies abroad for launching heavy communication satellites.

“We also had another experimental module in this mission, unmanned crew module just to understand the reentry characteristics, that also worked extremely well and splashed down in the Bay of Bengal as expected,” Isro chairman Dr Radhakrishnan said after the launch.


Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/141219/nation-current-affairs/article/experimental-launch-success

Telangana plans gender education
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Telangana will have a new subject on gender sensitization
Telangana will have a new subject on gender sensitization
HyderabadIn the wake of increasing instances of crime against women, the higher education curriculum in Telangana will have a new subject or chapters in existing subjects on gender sensitization.
 
The curriculum will have aspects related to sexual harassment, child sex abuse, gender sensitisation and their prevention depending on the age for which they are designed. Chapters on major laws related to these crimes are also to be taught to students. 
 
The TS government on Tuesday formed a high level committee to review the existing curriculum and recommend the new courses and chapters that can be added. Human and ethical values are already a subject from the school level.
 
The committee will be headed by Commissioner of Technical Education Shailaja Ramaiyer and will have representatives from all universities and departments of education.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/141217/nation-current-affairs/article/telangana-state-plans-gender-education

Cancer drugs get nod without trials
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
The drugs that have been approved for marketing in India without clinical trials:Obinutuzumab injection, Pertuzumab, Afatinib
The drugs that have been approved for marketing in India without clinical trials:Obinutuzumab injection, Pertuzumab, Afatinib

Hyderabad: Three drugs Obinutuzumab injection, Pertuzumab and Afatinib used for lung cancer, breast cancer and blood cancer, have been cleared by the Union health ministry to be marketed in India without clinical trials.

These medicines are required for treating stages 3 and 4 of these cancers. The decision has come as a boon for patients who have been struggling to get these medicines.

Imran Ahmed, 30, a businessman in the city, was diagnosed with blood cancer. The first line of treatment didn’t work for him and he was prescribed this targeted therapy drug.

However, importing the drug cost Rs 1.75 lakh per month. Mr Ahmed’s wife, Razia, said, “We could get the drug only for two months.

The price of the medicines and the manner in which we went around asking for help killed him from inside. He refused to even talk about medicines and we were forced to abandon treatment.”

He is bed-ridden now and the family members are not seeking help as they know that chances of survival are slim.

Dr Srinivas Chilkuri, senior oncologist at Yashoda Hospitals, said, “The government has made a good decision to introduce these drugs without clinical trials.

These advance therapies are needed for patients who have stopped responding to the first line of treatment like chemotherapy.”

Senior oncologist Dr Srikanth K. said, “The medicines are expensive and they must not be misused.

Hence, they will be given only on prescription and distributed through a notified set of chemists who will have to pay a huge licence fee.

In India, the drugs that are used for a year in the US are consumed in four months. This shows the demand and consideration must be given for Indian patients.”

Other oncologists feel that once marketing is allowed, the government must intervene and ensure that these drugs are available at affordable prices.


Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/141217/nation-current-affairs/article/cancer-drugs-get-nod-without-trials

Hospitals out of drugs
Monday, December 15, 2014
Patients have to buy these products from the open market as they are not available at the PHCs and most snakebite cases are referred to private hospitals for treatment.
Patients have to buy these products from the open market as they are not available at the PHCs and most snakebite cases are referred to private hospitals for treatment.

Hyderabad: Telangana is suffering from a severe shortage of pregnancy testing kits, anti-rabies injections and anti-snake venom in public health centers.

Senior government doctors in the PHCs have been constantly writing to the Telangana medical and health infrastructure department for the same.

Patients have to buy these products from the open market as they are not available at the PHCs and most snakebite cases are referred to private hospitals for treatment.

A government doctor said, “When hospitals don’t have medicines, people tend to argue and fight. They are not ready to listen that there is no stock. Due to this our options are limited.”

The shortage of drugs at primary health centres is so alarming that doctors at some Adilabad health centres are administering TT injections to patients bitten by stray dogs, instead of the anti-rabies injections.

The district is facing shortages of cough syrups as well, and officials have been prescribing tablets even for children. Some medical centres are even falling short of sanitisers.

In Karimnagar, officials at the central store, which supplies drugs to hospitals, says the budget to purchase drugs has not been increased in about five years. Given the increasing number of patients, there is a shortage of medicines.


Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/141215/nation-current-affairs/article/hospitals-out-drugs

    
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