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According to a NABARD report, It also ends with him suddenly running behind the train. he said, The phase is crucial as it will decide fate of several ministers – Finance Minister Amit Mitra, download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: June 27, Only 14 reporters were allowed inside the court room where the final arguments in the December 16 gangrape trial were taking place. which will be hampering their business operations.The Kerala government holds the majority of the shares in Norka-Roots The ministry said in the statement that the shell companies may have been formed to indulge in financial irregularities Minister of State for Corporate Affairs PP Chaudhary said in the statement that the present government has vowed to fight ‘black money’ and fighting the menace of Shell Companies is an imperative element of such a fight "I am happy that all the concerned agencies are handling this issue on priority The disqualification under Section 164 of the Act is by operation of law We are identifying the defaulting directors of these shell companies" he added Meanwhile a trade unionist said that there were concerns raised from different parts of society about the operations of Norka-Roots "We have seen that when private recruitment agencies were doing recruitments of Keralite migrants in thousands the Norka was doing so only in hundreds" Mini Mohan the trade unionist said adding that it’s a worrisome situation to learn that Norka-Roots’ company is reportedly in trouble Around four million Keralites work abroad and they remit around Rs one lakh crore annually State statistics say that their remittances account for 35 percent of the Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) However hundreds of Keralites are returning home from Gulf countries due to the economic crisis there Around 80 percent of NRKs work in Oman UAE Saudi Arabia Kuwait Bahrain and Qatar – hundreds of Keralites have returned home following the oil price crisis in Gulf countries Recently the Norka-Roots had launched several rehabilitation programmes for the Keralite workers returning from Gulf due to thecrisis The body was even offering 15 percent subsidy of the project cost to help the Gulf returnees Hyderabad: Saina Nehwal PV Sindhu Kidambi Srikanth and all other star shuttlers would play in the Badminton Senior National Championship to be held in Nagpur in November Badminton Association of India (BAI) President Himanta Biswa Sarma said on Saturday "I am happy to share with you that after many years you will see entire senior players playing nationals in Nagpur So I presume that will be considered a very good beginning for Badminton in India" he told reporters Himanta Biswa Sarma alongside national coach Gopichand Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu Image courtesy: Twitter @himantabiswa The seniors have not been able to participate in National Championship for some time now due to their schedules and other reasons he said "Apart from our commitments Super Series World Cup whatever along with that let’s also build our national as a very good product" Sarma said Sarma who was here to attend the GST Council Meeting interacted with chief national coach Pullela Gopichand Saina Sindhu Srikanth and others on issues concerning the game He gave away cheques worth Rs 10 lakh and Rs 5 lakh to Sindhu and Saina respectively on the occasion for winning medal at the recently concluded World Championship at Glasgow Heaping praise on Gopichand Sindhu Saina Shrikant for their "exceptional performance" in recent times Sarma said Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the entire nation has acknowledged their efforts Sarma also said he has committed to the players that all their issues or concerns like timely grant of visas for the tournaments would be addressed "They don’t see anything that we are not supported by the Association that kind of feeling should not be there" he added He said the Premier Badminton League (PBL) used to happen for two-weeks earlier but it will be three-weeks long this time around "We will also try to make PBL a very vibrant brand this time" he said Replying to a query the BAI president said the Sports Authority of India (SAI) suggested that their should be a dedicated doubles camp also in Delhi "But it doesn’t mean that the doubles camp which is running at present in Gopi’s Academy that will be shifted Hyderabad or Gopi’s Academy will remain epicentre and there is no confusion on that Gopi will remain the chief coach" he said "It is completely up to the players wherever they find comfortable they can go The special doubles coach who is training the Indian doubles players will continue" he said BAI’s vision is to have five "outstanding centres" in north south west east and north-east but it will take time to realise this as it involves huge funds he said "If we get sponsorship if we get support from government we should have more training camps All these camps should operate under Gopi because he is a chief national coach of Badminton Association of India" Sarma said Each time Prime Minister Narendra Modi prepares to engage with the US public health activists and observers in India get really anxious And it’s happening yet again as Modi sets foot on American soil for a packed three-day state visit The anxiety of public health specialists is not without reason and it’s not restricted to India alone but also across the developing world The fear is that if Modi capitulates to US pressure on India’s Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) regime which it has been overtly and covertly exerting for years it will make many lifesaving drugs unaffordable Not just in India but in most poor countries because India is the main pharmacy for the entire developing world The reason to peg this concern to a high level India-US diplomatic engagement is historic Although India’s trade and strategic conversations with the US are not all about pharmaceuticals even a marginal mistake on the latter can be too costly for the country Among a host of other negotiations Big Pharma in the US through several lobbying arms have been trying to water down India’s IP policy to suit their interests They want India to freely issue patents for their drugs even if they don’t qualify according to Indian IP laws or involve unfair practices such as ever-greening so that they can sell them at whatever prices they choose and prevent Indians from making generics They also don’t want India to use its legitimate right to issue compulsory licenses to drugs that are critical to the health of the people of India as allowed by TRIPS File image of Barack Obama and Narendra Modi PTI Although the Government of India has clarified early this year that it hadn’t promised the US that it wouldn’t issue compulsory licences the Indian position is still not totally transparent for a number of reasons First it is a strange India-US policy group The Government of India had constituted an India-US “annual high-level Intellectual Property (IP) Working Group with appropriate decision-making and technical-level meetings” after Modi’s visit to the US in 2014 This decision allowed the US a role in influencing India’s sovereign rights A real foot-in-the-door policy The details of the deliberations of this WG are unknown But that the group came into existence in the wake of a joint letter by the US Senate and House Committees to the US International Trade Commission (USITC) which said that "India has not yet taken action to fully and effectively protect and enforce copyrights… particularly against innovative US pharmaceutical companies so as to advantage its domestic industries” has been disconcerting Then came the denial of patent to pharmaceutical giant Gilead for its Hepatitis C drug Sofosbuvir and its subsequent revocation The application was originally rejected by the Indian patent office in 2015 but was accepted early this year Media reports said there was intense pressure from the government on the patent office to grant a patent forthis prohibitively expensive drug Had the 2015 decision stayed Indian companies could have manufactured the drug locally and made it available at a fraction of its original cost In the US the drug costs abut US $84000 for a 12-week course In a bid to probably avert further pressure from Indian activists and companies Gilead subsequently made it available at a cheaper price in India through a voluntary licencing agreement with Indian companies In 2016 the patent office also rejected the application from a Hyderabad based company Lee Pharma for a compulsory license for an important diabetics drug Saxagliptin originally manufactured by AstraZeneca The grounds for compulsory licensing — that “the reasonable requirements of public with respect to the patented invention have not been satisfied or that the patented invention is not available to the public at reasonably affordable price or that the patented invention is not worked in the territory of India” as stipulated by the Indian patent law were not accepted although the drug was not available widely at affordable prices Activists saw this also as a bad sign of forfeiting the country’s IPR sovereignty Finally the timing of the new IPR policy that the government had finalised recently also showed that India was yielding to pressure from the US According to Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman the policy was finalised well in time for Modi’s visit Intellectual property rights lawyer KM Gopakumar wrote about the new policy in Economic and Political Weekly: “Even though the policy contains certain measures to protect public interest these measures can get undermined during implementation of the policy due to the overall thrust on IP generation and commercialisation without adequately recognising India’s socioeconomic imperatives One of the unstated reasons for putting together the policy is to ease pressures from the US to deliver on IP awareness service orientation of the Patent Office and IP generation Thus the policy bears the danger of further increasing the pressure instead of minimising it” Leena Menghaney South Asia head of MSF’s Access Campaign minced no words when she said in a statement: “It’s outrageous that the US is trying to export its broken intellectual property system to India — a system that has caused medicine prices to skyrocket leaving patients empty-handed and patients and payers struggling to manage the cost of expensive patented medicines…These policies which are increasingly not working for people in the US should not be forced on people living in India or anywhere else in the world” India doesn’t realise that even a country such as Egypt fared better in resisting the US pressure Egypt refused patent to Gilead’s Hepatitis C drug and will be in a position to manufacture and export the drug to other countries Modi’s advisers and lobbyists of American pharmaceutical industry have likely misled him on India’s legitimate and legal rights and the importance of fair drug prices to keep Indians alive Kolkata: Jeje Lalpekhlua and Darryl Duffy each struck twice as Mohun Bagan hammered debutants Minerva Punjab FC 4-0 in an I-League football match at the Rabindra Sarovar Stadium in Kolkata on Tuesday Mohun Bagan were unstoppable against Minerva Punjab Image courtesy: Twitter/@ILeagueOfficial Scottish striker Duffy continued with his ominous form as he found the target in the 16th and 32nd minutes while the AIFF Player of the Year Jeje (28th and 77th) added to the tally on both sides of the break as Mohun Bagan toyed with the defence of the Punjab side With their third successive home win this season Bagan lead the I-League table with nine points Bolstered by the inclusion of their high-profile Haitian striker Sony Norde who started along with Jeje Mohun Bagan with five changes looked menacing right from the start Sony did not have a goal to his name but the Haitian assisted in the first two goals that tightened the noose around the debutants Mohun Bagan now hit the road as they will face Goan outfit Churchill Brothers in their season’s first away encounter on 21 January Backed by a boisterous crowd who shouted every time he held the possession Sony was in his elements and set up the opening goal from an awkward angle outside the box from the left before Duffy gave the lead with a perfectly-timed header Jeje then opened his account this season with attacking play Souvik Chakraborti found Bose clear and a one-two with Sony saw the Under-22 left-back overlap the Haitian and cross it square for Jeje who was on the run inside the box before scoring a first touch goal Two minutes later Sony found himself in another dangerous move with Duffy getting his head onto it before being thwarted by Arashpreet Singh The former East Bengal player Arashpreet Singh was solid in the defence only to be let down by his colleagues Duffy brought up his second double with his right-footer when Katsumi Yusa set up a long ball from centre Sony hit the woodwork in the 57th minute as the third goal eluded them till the 77th minute when Jeje got the ball from Pronay Halder and completed the rout Minerva looked closest to reduce the margin after the changeover but luck eluded them when substitute Joel Sunday’s shot hit the crosspiece in the 64th minute Paris:Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told the European lawmakers on Thursday that the relationship between his country and the EU went beyond trade deals and was rooted in their shared values File image of Justin Trudeau Reuters Trudeau was addressing European Parliament in Strasbourg France a day after its members voted to ratify the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (Ceta) with Canada following years of negotiations a decision he commended "Ceta is not only about commerce imports and exports about profits It aims to improve people’s lives" said the Canadian Prime Minister He went on to say that the European Union and Canada had common aspirations for a better and more secure world and added that they must collectively lead the international economy and face future challenges together Efe news reported Trudeau acknowledged however that for a sizable trade deal like Ceta to succeed it must benefit the ordinary people and allay the anxieties that many people hold with regard to the modern economy "This anxiety towards the economy and trade can be addressed only if we ensure that trade is inclusive so that everyone benefits And Ceta delivers just that" he said Trudeau offered a warning to members of European Parliament: "If we are successful Ceta will become the blueprint for all ambitious future trade deals If we are not this could very well be one of the last" Trudeau pressed on the subject saying that for Canada an EU voice on the world stage was not just preferable but essential Trudeau was the first-ever Canadian Prime Minister to address European Parliament After Strasbourg Trudeau was scheduled to head to Germany where he is to meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel

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Allahyar Sayyad, 2016 1:25 pm Women with severe obesity have an underlying drive to eat continuously. Top News Women with severe obesity often report an underlying drive to eat continually because their brain’s reward centres continue to respond to food cues even after they have eaten and are no longer hungry a study says The findings showed that obese study participants maintained activation in the midbrain one of the body’s most potent reward centres The activity in the prefrontal cortex and posterior cingulate cortex significantly changed in the lean group after eating but not in the obese group However this brain activity dropped among lean participants while continuing in their obese counterparts “Before or after the meal they’re just as excited about eating It seems they have an instinctive drive to keep eating” said Nancy Puzziferri Assistant Professor at the University of Texas Southwestern in the US Further while the appeal of pictured food dropped by 15 per cent for lean women after they ate the severely obese women showed only a 4 per cent decline “Lean women when full will either stop eating or just sample a food they crave It’s just not a level playing field — it’s harder for some people to maintain a healthy weight than others” Puzziferri explained For the study published recently in the journal Obesity the team compared attitudes and the brain activity of 15 severely obese women (those with a body mass index greater than 35) and 15 lean women (those with a BMI under 25) Their brain activity was measured using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) After fasting for nine hours they were asked to rate their level of hunger or fullness and then given a brain scan as they viewed pictures of food Again after eating the participants went through another battery of hunger/fullness ratings and fMRI scans while being exposed to pictures of food The obese women showed sustained “hungry” brain activation even though they reported the same increase in satiation as their lean counterparts the researchers concluded For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Monday expressed happiness that a Dalit would become the next President of India irrespective of who wins the election File image of Mayawati PTI After casting her vote she said: "Whenever elections happen one wins while the other loses However I am happy whatever be the result a Scheduled Caste person is going to become the President It is a happy moment for our movement and our party" The contest is between National Democratic Alliance (NDA) nominee Ram Nath Kovind and candidate of several major opposition parties Meira Kumar former Lok Sabha Speaker Both come from Dalit background The NDA has fielded former Bihar governor Kovind for the top constitutional post while former Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar is the joint opposition candidate The counting of votes will take place on 20 July in New Delhi where all the ballot boxes will be brought from various state capitals The tenure of incumbent Pranab Mukherjee comes to an end on 24 July After holding aloft the Wimbledon boys’ doubles trophy here Indian tennis player Sumit Nagal said he never thought he would be able to achieve this rare feat In the neck-and-neck summit clash on Sunday Nagal and his Vietnamese partner Nam Hoang Ly beat Reily Opelka and Akira Santillan 7-6(4) 6-4 on No1 Court of the All England Club Sumit Nagal and his partner Nam Hoang Ly at Wimbledon Instagram (@nagalsumit) "It’s fabulous winning the Wimbledon title It’s one of the oldest and biggest tournaments so it’s great to win the trophy I never thought I would be able to do anything like this ever" Nagal was quoted as saying by television channel NDTV "It doesn’t matter if it’s singles or doubles I am just glad that I have won it" The 17-year-old also said that coming from India and winning the title makes it even more special "After coming from such a big country like India winning the trophy is even more special" the New Delhi lad said Asked what was going through his mind in the topsy-turvy encounter he said: "I was just worrying as to who would eventually succeed in holding the cup I was thinking – are we going to kiss it I am just glad it is over" IANS By: Express News Service | Jalandhar | Published: August 4 2016 2:32 am Top News Members of Valmikin Tiger Force have given a call for ‘Jalandhar Bandh’ Wednesday over the alleged derogatory remarks made against Bhagwan Valmiki in Bollywood movie ‘The Legend of Michael Mishra’ The members have demanded a ban on the movie and FIR against its actor the director producer writer and CBFC Chairman For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Kingston | Updated: June 11 2017 3:14 pm Sebastian Coe said the 100 and 200 metres world record holder would have a bigger challenge in life after competition (Source: AP) Related News Usain Bolt is without question the greatest ever track athlete and the Jamaican’s involvement in athletics after his retirement will be paramount to ensure its relevance to a younger generation according to Sebastian Coe The IAAF president watched Bolt cruise to victory in the 100 metres at the national stadium in Kingston on Saturday the 30-year-old bidding farewell to more than 30000 spectators at his last meeting on home soil Coe who won back-to-back 1500 metres golds among four Olympic medals said no other sprinter could compare to the eight-times Olympic champion who will bow out at the world championships in London “When you’re sitting in the pub and you’re having the discussion: who is the greatest footballer Nobody will agree on that” Coe told Reuters in an interview “If you have the same discussion around golf or tennis everybody will have different views It’s a slam dunk (Bolt) is the greatest sprinter the world has ever seen “If you look at the records he set if you look at the Olympic championships he’s had — three in a row — I’m not sure I’m ever going to see that in my lifetime So it’s a massive legacy and the most important legacy is that he has connected our sport to people who weren’t traditional track and field fans that’s the measure of the man” Coe said the 100 and 200 metres world record holder would have a bigger challenge in life after competition “The second leg of his journey the biggest challenge athletics has the biggest challenge the Olympic movement has is for young people to feel what we offer is relevant to their lives” the 60-year-old Briton said “He connects with all ages he connects with all denominations all cultures all creeds all politics and that’s a very unique breed and we need to maintain his involvement” the IOC vice president said “I’m delighted that he has agreed to help us grow the sport and to help our sport remain relevant to young people” Coe was thrilled to see Bolt make his last run on home soil “There’s nowhere else on this planet that I would rather be tonight than here this was the must see moment and I’m not just saying that as the president of the world sport I’m saying this as a fan” he added “This guy has transformed our sport he’s connected with young people he’s connected with people that didn’t even think they liked track and field he’s turned them into lifelong fans and every single plaudit that he receives tonight he’s deserving of every syllable of it” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAll you need to know about Salman Khan-Rio Olympics 2016 controversy FP Staff Apr26 2016 08:50 58 IST Comment 0 Tweet Salman Khan was named goodwill ambassador of the Indian contingent for the upcoming Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro but this decision has come with subsequent negative and positive reactions Speaking on this new association with IOA Salman said “I am honoured that Indian Olympic Association has chosen me as the goodwill ambassador for the Indian contingent for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games Salman Khan with Sardar Singh and Mary Kom Image from PTI “It is a matter of great national pride that our athletes are performing better and better at the Olympic Games and I think we should all join hands in giving them every support and cheer for them so that Rio 2016 becomes our best Olympic tally” However post this announcement there has been outrage from fellow athletes as well as social media Seeming like unnecessary film promotion for Khan’s upcoming filmSultan the Indian Olympic Associaton’s decision has not been received well Negative Reactions At the forefront of the criticism of the appointment of Salman Khan as the ambassador areMilkha Singh and Yogeshwar Dutt While Milkha Singh said that he has nothing personal against Salman he would have preferred if a fellow sportsman was picked instead “I am of the view that our sportspersons — be those from shooting athletics volleyball or other sports — are the real ambassadors of India who would represent the country in the Olympics Still if we had to pick an ambassador it could have been from the sporting arena” the 85-year-old legend told PTI “I want to make it clear that I am not against Salman Khan but the decision of the IOA is wrong and the Government should intervene in the matter This is for the first time I am seeing a Bollywood hero being made goodwill ambassador for Olympics I want to ask has Bollywood ever made any sportsperson an ambassador for any of their mega events” he said adding "I want that the decision to name Salman Khan as ambassador be revised” Meanwhile Yogeshwar Dutt? 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