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(Update: The White House on Tuesday morning released a fact sheet outlining its planned response Itwill be coordinated by a US Army general stationed at a new command center in Monrovia with an estimated 3000 troops The Department of Defense has asked to "reprogram" $500 million toward the effort) Obama will be visiting the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta to discuss the US response At about the same time aUS Senate hearing on Ebola will also take place with testimony from key public officials and Ebola survivor Ken Brantly Nicole Lurie assistant secretary for preparedness and response at the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) spoke with ScienceInsider on Friday and said she expected there would be “a substantial surge” in the US government’s assistance She particularly wants to see more attention paid to providing infected people with good care “There’s a very very wide variability in what’s being delivered as clinical care” says Lurie noting that case fatality rates differ dramatically in different locations “We know that simple interventions are likely to save the most lives” Lurie stresses that in the absence of proper basic care it becomes exceedingly difficult to determine whether any biomedical interventions actually work ZMapp an experimental cocktail of Ebola antibodies has been given to seven people (two of whom died) and received enormous attention despite a complete absence of clinical data that suggests the treatment helped A researcher familiar with blood tests from two of the five surviving ZMapp recipients who spoke with ScienceInsider but asked not to be identified said the drops in their levels of Ebola virus mirrored what was seen in monkey experiments with the antibody cocktail But without being able to compare the clinical care they received—leaving aside the fact that there was no untreated control group—the data have little meaning Michael Callahan a clinician at Massachusetts General Hospital in in Boston who consults with HHS about Ebola and has responded to past outbreaks said that “many” people die from Ebola even though their natural immune responses are driving down levels of the virus Callahan notes that they do not die from Ebolavirus itself but succumb to what he refers to as “secondary events” such as low levels of potassium wasting from vomiting and diarrhea and bacterial infections And many clinics in West Africa do not have the simple devices that exist and can safely monitor blood electrolytes organ dysfunction and acid-base balances “The point is critically important for the current outbreak” says Callahan who believes proper care will drive reported case fatality rates of as high as 75% “down into the low 40% range” What Lurie says will be a “substantial surge” in the US government’s response likely will also include sending staff to train more people how to safely care for Ebola patients One idea being considered is to teach people who survived an Ebola infection to help with caregiving as they presumably will be immune to a second infection “It’s a very important question and something we’ve had lots of discussion about” says Lurie who said she spoke with a Liberian public health worker who is putting together a registry of survivors “It’s very challenging for them to go back to their communities” Lurie says “I’m very intrigued by the idea of putting together a training program with people who are otherwise having a hard time” She notes that jobs are also difficult to find in Liberia and this could give otherwise underemployed people additional skills In a widely discussed op-ed The New York Times ran on 11 September epidemiologist Michael Osterholm of the University of Minnesota Twin Cities argued that on top of more support the global response to the Ebola epidemic required far better coordination “Many countries are pledging medical resources but donations will not result in an effective treatment system if no single group is responsible for coordinating them” wrote Osterholm who formerly was a bioterrorism adviser to HHS Osterholm suggested in the op-ed that the United Nations coordinate the response but he told ScienceInsider he was just floating one idea and hoped the global community would find a leader who understood not just the medical issues but supply chain and tactical and logistical movement “I don’t want the world’s best treatment doctor for Ebola” Osterholm says “You need to have someone in charge who can make command decisions and be the spokesperson to really say what’s needed and not needed” Osterholm says that at the moment the US government and every other well-meaning country or nongovernmental organization trying to help operates without a master battle plan “We don’t need 50 sergeants in the room trying to run D-Day” Osterholm says “Right now everything moves with the speed of water in a Minnesota winter That’s exactly what we can’t do We need to be able to move quickly and at the same time pace ourselves This is a fast marathon That’s been missing completely” *The Ebola Files: Given the current Ebola outbreak unprecedented in terms of number of people killed and rapid geographic spread Science and Science Translational Medicine have made a collection of research and news articles on the viral disease freely available to researchers and the general public *Update 16 September 11:45 am: This item was updated to provide a link to the White House fact sheet and what farming changed about dogs and us—with Science’s Online News Editor David Grimm. 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IE Online Media Services Pvt LtdBy: ANI | Panchkula (haryana) | Published: August 25 2017 8:30 pm One of vehicle set on fire by mob of Dera followers on highway between Panchkula-Zirakpur after the verdict on Dera chief on Friday August 25 2017 Express photo by Jaipal Singh Top News Six army columns were deployed on Friday in Panchkula post the conviction of Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh’s over an alleged charge of raping a 15-year-old Currently army columns are reportedly being moved into Haryana’s Sirsa district to counter the violent protests Many media OB vans have been damaged and some media persons have been injured Reports said that at least 70 people have been injured so far and most have been admitted to the Sector 6 General Hospital in Haryana Central paramilitary and police forces had to lob teargas shells and use water cannons to prevent protesters from resorting to acts of vandalism and arson Meanwhile Chief Ministers of Haryana and Punjab — Manohar Lal Khattar and Captain (Retired) Amarinder Singh — issued separate appeals for maintenance of law and order and calm “Briefed Home Minister Rajnath Singh ji about the matter Situation being monitoring extensively strict action will be taken against those who try to disrupt peace” Khattar said Meanwhile two empty rakes of Rewa Express were set on fire at Anand Vihar Terminal Railway Station Violence has also been reported in Delhi where two buses had been set ablaze on Mandoli flyover in Delhi’s Nand Nagri Also the Income Tax office in Punjab’s Mansa was set alight by protesters Earlier in the day Ram Rahim was charged with the offence of rape of a female devotee in 1999 and held guilty by the Special CBI Court of Panchkula The quantum of sentence will however be announced on August 28 The decision came as soon as the Special CBI Court began the hearing on the case For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: July 17 2016 11:16 am File Photo: Parliament House in New Delhi on 8 July 2016 (Source: PTI /Manvender Vashist/file) Top News Introduction of the much-awaited Goods and Services Tax (GST) is likely to address the issue of cascading and dual taxation impact on Indian media and entertainment industry a sunrise sector says a report India is globally the fifth largest media and entertainment market said a Deloitte report titled ‘Media and entertainment industry – India tax landscape’ The “biggest ask of the industry” is the introduction of GST regime which “now seems is not far from reality” with the introduction of Model GST law being made available to public by the Ministry of Finance in June it said It said there are many transactions where the input taxes paid are not available as credit and are regarded as tax cost Likewise many transactions attract dual tax levies because of the peculiar federal structure of indirect taxes in India Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news “GST to be implemented possibly may address this issue of cascading and dual taxation impact” it said The government is keen to pass the GST bill in the upcoming Monsoon Session of Parliament The constitution amendment bill for introduction of GST is stuck in Rajya Sabha because the main opposition party Congress is demanding some key changes in the proposed legislation On Friday Finance Minister Arun Jaitley held a meeting with senior Congress leaders to iron out the differences on the bill ahead of the session starting Monday Another round of meeting between the two sides is expected soon The Deloitte report further said Indian media and entertainment industry is a sunrise sector with a rapid growth curve In 2015 the industry grew at 1176 per cent with a market size of USD 19 billion Overall the industry is expected to grow at CAGR of 1398 per cent till 2018 The report said by 2025 the industry is expected to attain a market size of USD 100 billion As per the report key challenges faced by the industry from a tax perspective include aspects like improving the effective tax rate managing tax risks implications for cross-border transactions cash-blockage on account of high withholding tax rate and multiplicity of indirect taxes GST touted as the biggest tax reform in India will subsume most of the indirect taxes Base erosion and profit shifting place of effective management and income computation and disclosure standards “pose new challenges” for players in the Media and entertainment industry the report added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Published: April 6 2013 9:33 pm Related News AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal broke his indefinite fast against ‘inflated’ power and water bills on the 15th day todayclaiming that his protest has made power and water election issues for the upcoming Delhi polls in which Congress and BJP will be “wiped out” After breaking his fast in Sunder Nagrihe claimed people are fed up with both Congress and BJP “These parties will be wiped out in the elections What is the outcome of my fast It has made it clear that next election will be fought on the issues of power and water” he said He alleged BJP and Congress are two sides of the same coin The fast also saw Hazare visiting Kejriwal at the protest site on March 29 and urging him to end his fast LaterKejriwal also got the support of activists Aruna Roy and Medha Patkarwho had differences with him over his stand on the Lokpal Bill and anti-corruption movement entering politics They emphasised on the need for a CAG audit of private discoms in Delhi For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWhat bothers me the most is that the media doesn?but it falls on deaf years, Kaif told Reuters Kaif is no stranger to link-ups with some of Bollywoods leading men She has recently been linked with actor Ranbir Kapoorwith whom she starred in Ajab Prem ki Ghazab Kahani,in the fields of hybrid 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If tensed, Further investigations are on, said Raghuvanshi During his tenure in ChandigarhMohan had launched Operation Tricity to make ChandigarhPanchkula and Mohali free of drugs According to sourcesthe 50-kg consignment was seized by the NCB in October 2007 Sources said Mohanthe son of an Army officerhad played an active role in the suspension of several police officers in Chandigarhand had even won a gallantry medal in 1999 Mohans stint in Chandigarh In Chandigarhthe NCB led by Mohan remained in the news for wrong reasons too It hit the headlines after two of its officersone of them was Inspector Ravi Kant Pawarwere arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on charges of graft While the CBI trial was onPawar was again caught on camera demanding a bribe of Rs 2 crore from a foreign nationalLadaallegedly to help her fiancé Lior Avi Ben Moyalan Israel-based realtor facing trial in a drug-haul case Lada had produced the video and audio recordings of the conversations between Ladas friend (identity withheld) and Pawar and another officer Paramjit Singh The clips had Paramjit purported to be making certain startling revelations about the prime accusedIraniwho was caught in the same case but was allegedly let off after he greased the palms of NCB officials Pawar was allegedly caught negotiating his price to help Lior On the other handan NCB team led by Saji Mohan arrested a man and recovered 4 kg of heroinworth Rs 4 crore in the international marketin July last year Liakat Ali alias Lakhwinder Singh was caught with the contraband wrapped in a polythene bag near the Chandigarh airport where he was supposed to deliver it to a Nigerian national whohoweverfailed to turn up Saji Mohan had then told mediapersons in a press conference: A Pakistan-based group is running a close-knit network of heroin traffickers and their kingpin is a Pakistani nationalwho is at present lodged in a Punjab jail They bring this heroin via Amritsar Some Nigerians are the main buyers who further take it to European markets?BSP is described as ?000 cash and jewellery worth Rs 2 lakh. said Bell.
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In this episode,” Rai said granting them ST status would also increase the ST share in the population of Assam, (Source: Google map) Top News Two employees of J&K government have been suspended and a youth has been taken into custody in connection with the communal clash in Rajouri town, Together they launched it on August 27, The committee has also said that privatisation of Air India will have serious consequences on Haj operations and suggested the minority affairs and civil aviation ministries prepare their response in case the proposed disinvestment goes through. the sources said.
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