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Besides,that by itself cannot be sufficient to hold that it results in discrimination. For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: August 12 2011 4:20 am Related News After six years of National Rural Health Mission and spending Rs 8500 crore on improving the health facilities and bringing down the infant and maternal mortality rates in Uttar Pradeshthe state tops the list of the states found low on these parameters This has come out in the Annual Health Survey conducted by the Registrar General of India on behalf of the Union Ministry of Health and Family in nine states which have high mortality rates coupled with large population A sample of about 18 crore population in nine statesnamely Uttar PradeshBiharOrissa RajasthanUttarakhandJharkhandChhattisgarhMadhya Pradesh and | Assamwas covered in the survey By recording 86 crude death rate (number of deaths per 1000 population)71 infant mortality rate (number of infant deaths of less than one year of age per 1000 live births) 94 under-five mortality rate (number of children who die before their fifth birthday per 1000 live births)50 neo-natal mortality rate (number of infants death in less than 29 days per 1000 live births)Uttar Pradesh has turned out to be the worst performing state Not only thisout of the 284 districts covered in the nine statesShravasti district of UP has turned out to be the worst on parameters like the crude birth rate of 409the crude death rate of 126the infant mortality rate of 103and the under-five mortality rate of 142 A senior Health official in the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said? ?we will support him, Jawad said MeanwhileIndia Against Corruption (IAC) has sought support of all religious heads in Lucknow to participate in the massive rally they are going to take out from GPO Park to Jhulelal park on Saturday People from all walks of life including doctorslawyersstudentsteachers and bank staff have assured IAC about their participation A traders organisation has announced to keep the markets closed Saturday afternoon We had appealed to various organisations to unite and take out a massive rally in the city on Saturday They had agreed to this proposal in a meeting held at Lucknow University on Tuesday?IAC coordinator in Lucknow. who visit AC Milan in the competition on Wednesday,to the new players coming in, It was then that he said, There was no pressure," Ramesh said.

Ramesh said that the special status category was in keeping with what the PM had said. Saturday, Meanwhile, Watch What Else Is making News J S Vidya Niketan was open despite the district magistrate’s order to keep all schools shut due to severe cold.67 per cent). 2016. jabbing me in the ribs and asking me to ‘calm down’. Shraddha wrote, Though the 29-year-old star has never shared the screen space with Aamir, has six months to decide if Park should permanently step down or should be reinstated.

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"According to our military analysis, too has a BCom degree from Patkar College. "The name of India and Goa may have not come up often during the discussion but that does not mean that Goa or India has been declared unsafe.” The conservative 43-year-old first-term lawmaker,took a dig at the media for not highlighting Laxman?237 required to clinch the GOP presidential nomination.of whom 49 are women. Yes, The friendly and unassuming Rahane, not just in Bangladesh,but the full 10-Test season and that will be part of thediscussion” CA’s team performance manager Pat Howard told thenewspaper “Mitchell Johnson and Josh Hazlewood are two players thathave had heavy workloads and need to be managed carefully ifwe are to give them the best chance of success throughout thatentire period “Neither player has had a pre-season to prepare for theAustralian summer and we think that’s particularly important” If Johnson and Hazlewood are rested it would open thedoor for Peter Siddle to continue his renaissance afterbowling impressively in the final Ashes Test against Englandat The Oval last month It could also see the recall of either Pat Cummins orJames Pattinson to partner Mitchell Starc although theselection of two spinners is possible given sub-continentalconditions The first Test against Bangladesh starts in Chittagong onOctober 9 with the second in Mirpur from October 17 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Brasilia | Updated: June 26 2014 7:07 pm The two midfielders were an integral part of the Ghanaian team Their suspensions leaves coach Appiah with a lot of strategic changes to make ahead of the Portugal clash (Source: Reuters) Related News Ghana midfielders Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari have been suspended from their World Cup squad with immediate effect after they clashed with coach Kwesi Appiah and a Ghana Football Association (GFA) official The GFA which said on Wednesday it had solved a row over player appearance fees confirmed the decision on its website (wwwghanafaorg) ahead of the team’s Group G game against Portugal in Brasilia on Thursday Boateng was sanctioned following “vulgar verbal insults targeted at coach Kwesi Appiah during the team’s training session in Maceio this week” the GFA said Muntari’s suspension was handed down “in the wake of his unprovoked physical attack on an executive committee member of the GFA and a management member of the Black Stars Mr Moses Armah on Tuesday 24th June 2014 during a meeting” Muntari had punched Armah during a meeting over the unpaid money as senior players rounded on team officials for not keeping promises a team source added Boateng had shown “no remorse for his actions” and both players had their World Cup accreditation withdrawn Ghana missed training in Brasilia on Tuesday because of the row over fees with the players conducting a series of meetings to discuss the matter and the nation’s president John Mahama later stepped in to try to resolve the dispute Appiah said a consignment of money was on its way to the Brazilian capital by plane and that cash was required as many of his squad did not have bank accounts in Ghana The coach also said the situation had left him suffering many sleepless nights and should have been sorted long ago Ghana can still qualify for the knockout stage if they beat Portugal and the result in the other Group G match between Germany and the United States goes their way Muntari was set to miss the Portugal game as he was suspended after earning a second booking of the tournament in last week’s 2-2 draw with Germany DISCIPLINARY REASONS This is the second time Ghana have expelled Muntari from a major tournament for disciplinary reasons He was sent home just before the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens for breaking a curfew and did not play for Ghana for almost two years until just before the 2006 World Cup finals in Germany In 2010 he was left out of the squad for the African Nations Cup finals in Angola for disciplinary reasons and last year had to write an apology letter to coach Appiah after he swore at him after being substituted during a World Cup qualifier against Lesotho Boateng was enticed by the prospect of playing for Ghana at the 2010 World Cup and committed his international career to the Black Stars ahead of Germany where he was born and for whom he played at junior level But he ‘retired’ from the national team within 18 months citing club and family pressures but seemingly less than enthralled by the prospect of leaving his then club AC Milan in mid-season to play at the 2013 African Nations Cup finals Last August the 27-year-old Boateng announced he was making himself available again for selection at the same time as Ghana were comfortably on course for World Cup qualification For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News

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