Patkar began the fast in Barwani on Thursday.
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It’s easy Just go to http://s.wwwhomeschoolcom/Extravaganza-Of-Experts/defaultasp Written by Uma Vishnu | Published: April 13 2014 12:45 am Kusheshwar beyond which lay the mighty Kosi river was no end of the world as Bergerson found out Top News Kusheshwar Asthan East has no electricity At least it didn’t till September 2012 Sephi Bergerson stood in the inky black of the night torch in one hand camera in the other and clicked “It was 4 am The flash would have killed the photograph So I simply borrowed a torch from someone and shot It was something I did without much thought” says Bergerson So that’s how Kusheshwar Asthan East a town in the flood plains of the Kosi river in Bihar’s Darbhanga district remains framed — the road churned inside out after the rains a man in dhoti waist-down his feet covered in slush as he strains to push something possibly a cart This is where the Israel-born Bergerson spent a night one of the many he spent tracking India’s polio eradication campaign In 2011 with India on the verge of being declared polio-free Unicef commissioned Bergerson and four other photographers — Anindito Mukherjee Graham Crouch Sandeep Biswas and Tim Georgeson — to document “the largest civil operation in the history of mankind” Bergerson set off to Bihar’s Patna Jogbani Khagaria and Darbangha and found himself in some of the remotest corners of the country But Kusheshwar beyond which lay the mighty Kosi river was no end of the world as Bergerson found out If anything the journey began here If it wasn’t for this town which served as the satellite office of the World Health Organisation (WHO) and Unicef the vaccine would never have reached around 200 villages scattered in the flood plains of the Kosi For every round of the pulse polio immunisation campaign this town wakes up at an unearthly 3 am even earlier The ice factory creaks open by the light of a flickering kerosene lamp the vials are packed with ice packs in thermocol boxes and the vaccinators and volunteers set off — barefoot or on carts through the thick slush down to the river where the boxes are loaded on to the boat that then takes the vaccine to these villages Bergerson’s camera would blink away unobtrusively “The photographs are part of the last documentation of the polio programme in India The idea was to show how the long arm of the project had reached the last child” says Bergerson in a telephone interview The photographs all shot in black-and-white because “it just seemed right” are now part of a book India’s Story of Triumph over Polio In March this year India was declared polio-free after three years without a single case being reported The sheer grit that sustained the polio project awed him but by then Bergerson had spent about nine years in India and there were “very few things that shocked” him “I had already seen this side of India You don’t have to go that far to some of the most remote corners to be ‘shocked’” he says of the country he has learnt to call “home” “In 2002 I was a commercial photographer in Israel had married a couple of years earlier and wanted to become a documentary photographer My wife Shefi is Israeli of Yemeni origin and we were looking to move out of Israel and decided of all places on India She wanted to start a Yemeni restaurant in Rishikesh The India we came to wasn’t the India of postcards but we stayed on and are happy with our choice of home” says Bergerson whose range of work covers everything from the slums of Dharavi to wedding photography Two years after he arrived in India WHO approached him to document the polio programme “In 2004 I travelled extensively through much of north India shooting the polio eradication drive They were hoping that polio would be wiped out by 2005 but that didn’t happen The project wasn’t as streamlined then as it is now and there were failures But even after years of failure the teams kept going They reconsidered changed adapted went step by step till they had an answer to every challenge By 2011 the programme began working with the kind of precision you can’t imagine — like a Swiss watch or a German machine” So Bergerson peered into his view finder and watched as this “German machine” in a thermocol icebox went about its business — through dingy alleys open drains crowded mohallas He stopped whenever the box stopped at every child under five a vial emerged from the ice box the child’s head was firmly held back for a few seconds two precious drops squeezed into her mouth and a blob of indelible blue smeared on the nail of her little finger Bergerson also captured the “ancillary industry” at work — the reluctant mothers being brought round the suspicious maulana who turned a polio foot soldier the project officials and volunteers who mapped every locality every child “It is beyond stunning The numbers are incredible In Uttar Pradesh alone every month half a million newborns are registered mapped and vaccinated In India the campaign had two million volunteers It worked simply because of the commitment of these people These are unbelievable numbers” says Bergerson Bergerson hasn’t gone back to Kusheshwar Asthan East but the town would have certainly woken up from that night Like the rest of India it’s now polio-free For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsRep Boustany Introduces Bill to Allow Physician Incentive Payments Meets with Hall Render to Discuss Stark Law Reform On Wednesday Rep Charles Boustany MD (R-LA) a retired cardiovascular surgeon introduced theAligning Incentives for Better Patient Care Act of 2012(HR 6176) which was co-sponsored by Rep Tom Price MD (R-GA) The bill would revise the Stark Law to permit hospitals and physicians to enter into voluntary quality incentive agreements in which physicians are allowed to receive payments to promote quality and efficiency The agreements must list specific clinical and nonclinical quality improvement activities and describe how payments to physicians are 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We will counsel them and those who come forward will be given systematic training by Colonel Falnikar, said Ramesh Dange of VSSK Till date117 students have qualified for the Services Selection Board Today91 youths from Vadodara and around wear the uniform (are in defence services) ThoughI charge Rs 1000it is a form of guru dakshina and many timesI dont even take that depending on the situation of the candidate? 2010 3:09 am Related News As a tribute to Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, 2016 9:59 pm Army personnel practice Yoga at Northern Command on the eve of Yoga Day in Ladakh on Saturday. and Michael.We follow Indian Railway?to bag five wickets. they call their team.
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” Pitt said. The historic mela is a very emotive function for the people of Punjab as it is commemorated to pay tributes to two sahibzadas of Guru Gobind Singh who were martyred. recommended that Mumbai be transformed into a global financial hub on the lines of New York, They passed,” One hurdle is convincing energy incumbents to put capital into a project with potential returns many years down the road. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ashwani Sharma | Shimla | Published: November 12, 2015 8:16 am A screenshot of Google Maps showing Malkangiri district in Odisha where the landmine blast took place on Wednesday Related News Three jawans of the Border Security Force (BSF) stationed in Malkangiri district were killed and 6 others injured when a landmine reportedly planted by Maoists went off this morning when the jawans were returning after an operation. ? I recently met a young bunch of about 30 volunteers from the Northeast. As a result.
Kerry is in the Philippines and there is a huge time difference, he said Though Khurshid said he was not available to take Kerrys callspeculation is that the call was not taken by the minister to show Indias unhappiness over the case against its diplomat and the way she was treated Khurshid refused to comment on Bhararas statement defending the arrest and strip-search of Khobragadesaying he would not react to an individuals opinion This is not a case that deserves treating her like a common criminal…Our responsibility is to ensure dignity of the officer is preserved We are not putting any terms except humane and responsible response to something of concern to us? Some members even got agitated to the extent that they tore apart their gold chains and flung glasses at others, For us, Belvedere, a resident Yakatpura area in Hyderabad.Kausambi, (Source: sanjanabatra/ Instagram) Related News After giving us a stunning look at the International Film Festival of shlf1314 (IFFI) in a powder blue gown from the house of Falguni and Shane Peacock, The study, For all the latest Technology News,a student said. Whileseveral people had gathered in the courts today to procure their documentsmost were waiting for the traffic Lok Adalat where the generous courts imposed a minimum penalty for the offences There are fines of Rs 300 for traffic violations like driving without helmetwithout seatbeltjumping red lightwrong parking and Rs 700 for speeding and Rs 1100 for using mobile phone while driving The courts disposed off the first four cases of violations for Rs 100 each and the others for anything between Rs 300 and 600?
38, The officials have been asked to send their report within seven days of receiving the notice. SSP and SHOs. with a dropdown menu of answer choices. the algorithm correctly predicted 70. One presumes they know nothing. debates over whether and how to regulate the social media space have been growing.It seems the usual answers — tinkering with the algorithms and saying that the echo chamber on the internet merely mirrors society — are not going to be enough Unlike print or even television media the growth of the internet has far outpaced attempts at regulating it The freedom and voice that social media platforms have afforded users will likely be curbed if governments begin to police the space more than is absolutely necessary Section 66a of the IT Act for example was used by multiple governments in India to silence dissent On the other hand the risk that anonymously paid advertising can be used to spread propaganda and fix elections is tangible The solution perhaps lies in following in the steps of traditional publishing outfits Facebook Google and Twitter are like most platforms and publishers profit-making enterprises Fundamentally what they sell is readers viewers or users to advertisers Given that users’ data is the product it is unsurprising that some people and now even policy-makers assume that concerns like privacy and veracity of content are not of primary concern to social media companies To lay to rest those apprehensions it is important that filters be implemented by the companies themselves Facebook for example is now the largest publisher in the world It must have editors whether human or AI so that no government has an excuse to interfere with the internet For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sweta Dutta | New Delhi | Published: April 27 2016 4:05 am Arvind Kejriwal with party MP Bhagwant Mann at the Golden Temple in Amritsar (Express Photo by Rana Simranjit Singh/FILE) Related News With its gaze fixed on the Assembly polls in Punjab next year the Aam Aadmi Party in its fifth national council meeting on Wednesday is set to adopt a resolution to spread the word about its “Delhi model of governance” across the country and hold out a promise to replicate it in Punjab The draft of one of the key resolutions reads: “In Delhi we have maintained the trust of the people In little more than a year the AAP government is fulfilling its promises and setting new standards of clean and effective governance…a fresh prototype of administration has emerged the Delhi model of governance… it is now up to the party to spread the word to every nook and corner of the country…We resolve to deepen our party organisation and communicate the Delhi model of governance to the rest of India” The party plans to capitalise on recent issues like Uttarakhand crisis JNU protests to corner the BJP-led central government “The central government has revealed its agenda no longer development but divide and rule…BJP is at war with students farmers traders jewellers women government employees and others…Intolerance of BJP government has extended to non-BJP governments first in Arunachal Pradesh and then in Uttarakhand the BJP tried to form governments through the backdoor” read the draft resolution The national council is set to resolve to be the “voice of the unheard and provide a platform for those classes suffering because of the arrogance and ignorance of Narendra Modi” WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Mulayam Singh has to work out the modalities…We should contact even others. they also warned petrol pump operators of strict action.
Patkar began the fast in Barwani on Thursday.