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“Provide Medical Facility To All Persons Suffering From Covid 19 In Delhi”: Delhi High Court Directs Govt.

first_imgNews Updates”Provide Medical Facility To All Persons Suffering From Covid 19 In Delhi”: Delhi High Court Directs Govt. Shreya Agarwal6 May 2021 6:56 AMShare This – xThe Delhi High Court on Thursday directed the Delhi Government to provide medical facilities to all the persons suffering from covid 19 in the national capital. The Court also stated that patients requiring facilities with regards to hospitalization, medication or ICU with or without ventilator must be provided with the same.A division bench comprising of Justice Vipin Sanghi and Justice Rekha Palli was dealing with a 52 year old petitioner who was on death bed due to falling spo2 level and had prayed for ICU bed with ventilator.Advertisement Observing that “the existing medical infrastructure in the state is completely exposed and has been put to test”, the Court ordered thus:”We therefore direct that the govt shall provide the required medical facility for all persons suffering from the disease in Delhi. In case they require medication, hospitalization or ICU with or without ventilator, the same shall be provided.”Noting that the Court “simply becomes a channel” while dealing with such petitions, ordered thus:Advertisement “It is the obligation of the State to provide sufficient infrastructure and protect lives cannot be understated. At the same time, one can’t lost sight of the fact that we are faced with a once-in-a-century pandemic where even most economically advanced nations have found their infrastructure to be lacking. Existing medical infrastructure in the state is completely exposed and has been put to test.”Advertisement Advertisement Furthermore, the Court also observed that merely because petition has been filed doesn’t mean it gives the petitioner any preferential place and directed the government to provide the required medical facility for all persons suffering from the disease in Delhi.On Facilities for Covid Patients and Dissemination of InformationDuring the course of hearing, Amicus curiae Rao suggested that there was a need of more people instead of just two officers to answer people’s basic queries.Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement “If a patient at home wants to get oxygen, or simply talk to someone to inform his condition. Facility needs to be there.” Rao submitted.Assuring that the suggestions flowing from the Bench, amicus curiae and other counsel will be implemented, Mehra stated that it will consider implementation of three aspects: portal, 1031 number and Mohalla Sabha.At this stage, Mehra also informed the Court that a more comprehensive report will be filed by the GNCTD in a day or two concerning all the aspects.On Availability of Remdesivir and Portal for StockDuring the course of hearing today, amicus curiae Rajshekhar Rao apprised the Court that some buffer stock for Covid Medicines has to be created in order to deal with pandemic crisis in the national capital.This submission was backed up by Advocate Malvika Trivedi who inquired about the stock of Remdesivir.At the outset, Professor Sanjay Dhir from IIT Delhi apprised the Court about the creation of portal for stock of medication. It was informed by Dhir that maintaining of the said data can very well be done automatically and that there is no need to do it on a manual basis. On the suggestion of amicus curiae Rao for an account reserve for Remdesivir, the Bench said that the aforesaid reserve will be available with every hospital which can be updated by them every 48 hours.It was at this point that Advocate Malvika Trivedi highlighted that maximum pilferage was happening from hospital pharmacies, which is why despite large scale availability of the medicine, there was a shortfall. Advocate Rakesh Malhotra however clarified that there have been instances of pilferage in hospitals, an officer of the Drug Controller is working with every vendor, these are merely allegations not specific instances.On Formation of Committee for Advising Court and Formulating PolicySenior Advocate Nitya Ramakrishnan floated a suggestion before the Court that a committee may be constituted for the purpose of Advising the court and also to formulate the policy on the issues of oxygen and drugs. “Both the governments should have a dedicated body of officers stationed at hospitals continuously so the hospitals aren’t over burdened.” Ramakrishnan suggested.She also suggested that Delhi Government may give a list of Jan Basti Vikas Kendras and Jan Suvidha Kendras and that Schools, banquet halls, etc may be converted into secondary health centres. “There are innumerable nursing bureaus which may be happy to help. People I represent are in touch with some people who would be happy to help, but don’t have the channel. This would augment facilities. A public-private partnership would be helpful.” Ramakrishnan said. On the submissions that people across globes were coming together, the Bench orally remarked:”That’s the problem, people aren’t coming together which is why there’s hoarding, black marketing, etc. The moral fabric of the society is dismembered.”Edited by Nupur ThapliyalTags#Delhi High Court COVID -19 second covid wave Oxygen Crisis Supreme Court of India Supply Of 700 MT Oxygen Justice Vipin Sanghi Justice Rekha Palli Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

Planning for “peaks and valleys”

first_imgPicture of then-Lt Col Anthony “Money” Hernandez aboard C-17 cockpit during USAF Weapons School Mission The hope and promise of the new year make this a perfect time for reflection, renewal, and reaffirmation.  Emerging from the holidays traditionally yields lots of energy as we head into the new year, scanning the planning horizon and envisioning a better tomorrow. Yet, despite our best intentions and affirmations, there will be many peaks and valleys as we journey toward that horizon. As such, does it make sense to plan for these peaks and valleys? As a Master of Strategic Studies from the USAF’s Air War College, I can tell you the answer depends on context, experience, and perspective. So, let me offer a view from a flight level 30 thousand feet above and powered by my experiences. Here are three things to keep in mind while you plan for 2021:1. It is important to maintain a proper balance when setting goals. There are many types of goals: personal goals, professional goals, fitness goals, spiritual goals, financial goals, social goals, etc. While these are all important, remember there are only 24 hours in a day.* The trick is maintaining some balance across all these goals and not overcommitting yourself.*There are a few more hours if you regularly cross time-zones or the international date line—just ask any pilot.In thinking about balance, picture a wheel with several spokes. The wheel represents “you” and each of the spokes represent an important area in your life that can be measured. Perfectly balanced wheels enable progress to be made as you roll down the runway and take flight toward the future you envision for yourself. When we get out of balance, the wheel does not roll very efficiently. Seems like a simple concept right?Yet, there is a tendency to aggressively plan our year and construct wheels that will get out of balance quickly. We become focused on a single peak not realizing there are many valleys along the way.  So, what happens when you fail to accomplish an activity in support of your goals? Unfortunately, most people quit climbing or accept various levels of frustration as they start and restart a month later, six months down the road or next year.Experience tells us never to overpromise and underdeliver. The same works for goal setting. Look back on the prior year(s) to inform your daily activities. Areas that need improvement will need to take more of your time and other areas may have to be scaled back.  The key is to make a realistic plan at the outset; this way your wheels are already balanced, and you have less frustration which leads to success followed by more success. Which brings me to the next point in successful planning.2. No one should ever plan to fail. That would be totally out of context with proper planning. However, there is nothing wrong with planning for overcoming setbacks or realizing you will have to cross many peaks and valleys along the way. This is the essence of being resilient. Resilience is reliant on focus, drive, and dedication, which are important parts of achieving your goals. However, what happens when the unexpected keeps you from making progress? A plan without proper balance means getting back on track will come at the expense of something else. Unless you rebalance (i.e., start over) you cannot be efficient.The point is to have a good plan at the outset which includes contingencies for setbacks. In operational planning, we always considered many branches and sequels. The planning sequence was also critically tested by a good dose of “red teaming” every aspect of the plan. You can do this with proper reflection using the prior year as a guide, having a good mentor or two, and learning from others. In planning for peaks and valleys, here is one more recommendation as you plan for 2021.3. Try planning for one 90-day burst in 2021. That is all—just one 90-day streak! You have 365 days in 2021 to find at least 90 days in a row where you can focus your drive and dedication toward achieving perfect balance. Remember, this only works with a properly balanced plan. If you can get to 90 days in a row, then you can mark all your goals “complete” for the entire year. Deal? Though I am sure once you accomplish this 90-day feat, you will want to set new goals and achieve more. Yet even the 90-day goal is difficult. In planning for peaks and valleys, here is what will most likely happen:You might get to 27 days and have to start over. You may have to take 17 days to deal with whatever setback is in your way. Okay, so deal with it. The good news is you still have 321 days left. Pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and you might go 52 straight days in your next burst before you encounter another setback. However, this time you need 60 days to recover. The good news is you still have 209 days left!  What happens if the best you can do in 2021 is to get only 72 days in a single burst with a few mini bursts of 10, 8, and 17 days in between?  This time next year as you reflect, you realize that you experienced 186 days where you achieved perfect balance—more than six months in 2021! How is that for perspective?Would you be closer to your goals after 186 days of perfection? What about the other 179 days? No problem. All you planned was for one 90-day burst inside of 365 days. As far as I am concerned you would have had 275 days of non-perfect days left (assuming you stopped after the first 90-days). Who cares about the 179 non-perfect days in between your quest for a perfect 90-day streak?I promise you will be very pleased with your results. So, as you head into the holiday season and plan your 2021, remember to 1) keep balance in perspective, 2) realize you will have setbacks and need to plan for these, and 3) try planning for a single 90-day burst sometime in 2021!  Finally, the next time you are on an airplane looking out the window, think about the many peaks and valleys, oceans and plains, cloud formations, and even some fog. I am sure you can relate these views to other areas of life. Most of all, always try to enjoy the view. Best wishes in 2021! This is placeholder text This post is currently collecting data… ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Anthony Hernandez Anthony Hernandez is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Defense Credit Union Council (DCUC).  He joined DCUC as its Chief Operating Officer in August 2016 and was selected … Web: www.dcuc.org Detailslast_img read more

CNTB: List of fairs and congress exchanges for 2020

first_imgFind out more about the exhibition conditions and other details HERE The Croatian National Tourist Board has published a list of fairs and congress exchanges in 2020, which are organized by the CNTB. A bit of a strange decision, either funds will be provided or not. This way, it will turn out that funds will be provided for some (those who call first), and not for others. The conditions for all must be the same, this will create unnecessary dissatisfaction and a sense of inequality. Namely, at the CNTB stand at fairs during 2020, the co-exhibitor pays the rent for the appearance at the CNTB stand, which is defined by the fair organizer and 50% of the arrangement cost defined by the technical contractor selected through a public tender, while the remaining amount is arranged by the CNTB as follows. : with 50% of landscaping costs at general fairs (general, nautical, camping) and with 100% at congress exchanges. FAIRS AND CONGRESS EXCHANGES 2020 These fairs for 2020 are tourist fairs for the general and / or business audience and specialized fairs – camping, nautical fairs and congress business exchanges.center_img As they point out from the CNTB, since the funds for the costs of arranging co-exhibition places in the CNTB budget are limited, it will be able to be used by entities that will submit contracts / application forms until the funds are exhausted. If the funds are spent before the end of the applications for co-exhibition, the CNTB will no longer be able to bear the costs of arrangement and co-exhibitors will be obliged to pay the full cost of arrangement for their co-exhibition place, emphasize the CNTB. The novelty this year is that the CNTB will bear 100% of the cost of arranging the stand on the congress exchanges, although not in full, but until the secured financial resources for that purpose are spent. CONGRESS EXCHANGES 2020 LIST OF FAIRS 2020last_img read more

Lukas Podolski sends message to Arsenal board over Mikel Arteta

first_img Top articles Metro Sport ReporterThursday 30 Apr 2020 10:06 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.6kShares Video Settings Read the latest updates: Coronavirus news liveAdvertisementAdvertisement‘I see it, the level is going up. It depends on running and fighting spirit,’ he told Ian Wright.‘You see there is more of a team on the pitch, the fans Arsenal is like one of the big 5 teams in the world. PLAY About Connatix V67539 ‘With this team and this potential we have to play every year in the Champions League and fight for the title.‘We have to invest and I hope Mikel with his team around him will do a great job for the next seasons.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalWhile Podolski wants Arsenal to back Arteta in the market, he – and Arsenal fans – may be left frustrated. Funds are thought to be limited, with Gunners chiefs planning to pursue free transfers and swap deals.Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Read More Read More Full Screen Skip Ad Skip Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Advertisement SPONSORED 1/1 1 min. story Lukas Podolski sends message to Arsenal board over Mikel Arteta by Metro Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Read More Comment Coming Next Read More Advertisement / Read More Podolski wants the Arsenal board to back Arteta (Picture: Getty)Lukas Podolski has called on the Arsenal board to back Mikel Arteta substantially in the transfer market this summer. The former Arsenal attacker and Germany international has been impressed with the start Arteta has made to life at the Emirates, with Arsenal losing just one match in 2020 under their new head coach. Podolski, 34, believes the ‘level is going up’ but Arteta will need support if he is to return the Gunners to their former glories. And he called on the Arsenal board to spend big in the summer, in order to match Arteta’s ambition.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

Death on Demand True Euthanasia Movement Goal

first_imgNational Review 5 December 2016Family First Comment: Wesley Smith is one of the best researchers and writers on this issue in the world. And of course he is once again right. Many key proponents of assisted suicide ultimately want simply a right to sucide. End story. #scary #chooselifeAustralia’s Philip Nitschke is the euthanasia movement’s most candid advocate.While most euthanasia/assisted suicide promoters pretend the movement is mostly about ending the suffering of those with terminal illnesses–a demonstrably fake limitation to get people to swallow the cultural hemlock of “death with dignity”–Nitschke bluntly states euthanasia should be available to all without regard to cause.Indeed, in 2001, he told Kathryn Jean Lopez, he would like to make suicide pills available in supermarkets, including to “troubled teens:” So all people qualify, not just those with the training, knowledge, or resources to find out how to “give away” their life. And someone needs to provide this knowledge, training, or recourse necessary to anyone who wants it, including the depressed, the elderly bereaved, [and] the troubled teen.If we are to remain consistent and we believe that the individual has the right to dispose of their life, we should not erect artificial barriers in the way of sub-groups who don’t meet our criteria.Fast forward fifteen years, and Nitschke’s tune hasn’t changed. Now, he’s starting an advocacy group that candidly will call for death on demand. From The Guardian story:Exit Action said it would take “a militant pro-euthanasia position” to coordinate direct action strategies and force legislative change.“Exit Action is critical of the ‘medical model’ that sees voluntary euthanasia as a privilege given to the very sick by the medical profession,” the organisation said.“The standard approach for years has been to get the very sick to tell their stories of suffering to the public and politicians, in the hope that politicians might take pity and change the law.”“Exit Action believes that a peaceful death, and access to the best euthanasia drugs, is a right of all competent adults, regardless of sickness or permission from the medical profession.”Please understand, Nitschke is not an euthanasia outlaw disdained by his fellow travelers. Indeed, he enjoys something of a cult status among euthanasia camp followers.Nitschke has often been a featured speaker at international pro-euthanasia symposia, His only sin, in the eyes of movement leaders, is excess candor. For political reasons, they want to pretend that euthanasia will remain a limited option rather than the wide-open death agenda we see developing already.READ MORE: http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/442766/death-demand-true-euthanasia-movement-goalKeep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.last_img read more

Red-hot Geraghty out on his Own

first_img The two-mile Grade One appeared a good opportunity for Arkle Trophy runner-up Champagne Fever to regain winning ways for Willie Mullins and Ruby Walsh and the 5-4 favourite was soon bowling along towards the head of affairs, but was never allowed to dictate matters, firstly being pressed by Arnaud until Alan King’s Aintree winner Balder Succes ranged up to challenge leaving the back straight. The big two swung for home ready to fight it out, but first Champagne Fever dropped away and then outsiders God’s Own and Moscow Mannon began to bridge the gap. Press Association God’s Own came with a withering late run in the hands of Barry Geraghty to spring a huge surprise in the Ryanair Novice Chase at Punchestown.center_img Balder Succes did his best to fend them off, but having benefited from more patient rides, that pair went to the front after the final fence and it was 25-1 shot God’s Own who got the better of 20-1 chance Moscow Mannon by half a length. Balder Succes ran with plenty of credit in third, but Champagne Fever was ultimately disappointing. Geraghty said: “We went plenty quick and I was always close enough but I was on the stretch a little bit. He was a little bit slow three out but I was still hopeful and he pinged the last and it won the race for him. “I had a question mark about Champagne Fever going into the race and all we could do was follow him and try to beat him and thankfully we beat him today.” Gloucestershire-based George said: “He had a couple of lengths to find with Balder Succes on his Kempton run earlier in the season, but we knew he’d be a better horse in the spring and we were happier coming here. “We purposely hadn’t run him (since February), so he’d be a novice for next season. Barry was excellent on him, but I’m sorry for Paddy Brennan who has done all the work on him. “He was a very hard horse when he was a young horse and has taken a lot of handling, but he was always very talented and we knew he’d be very good. He’s a stayer and he’ll get further in time. He’s almost half-mad and Barry said he goes down to the last and he really wants to do it.” It was a welcome change of luck for the trainer after stable star Module had to be pulled up in Tuesday’s Boylesports.com Champion Chase having being badly hampered by the fall of Hidden Cyclone. He said: “This week hasn’t really gone our way so far and I said to Barry beforehand, ‘let’s try and complete the course on this one!'” last_img read more

GSA Pounds Raiders

first_img admin This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text Latest posts by admin (see all) State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 BLUE HILL — Lydia Clapp turned in yet another strong pitching performance for GSA, allowing just two hits and striking out 13 in a 6-1 win over the Washington Academy Raiders on Friday at Blue Hill.Lexi Wessel drove in two runs with a double, Mindy Carter doubled and Stephi Davis had an RBI single in a four-run fourth inning for GSA.Stevie Theoharidis, Anna Clapp, Alida Peake, Leah Mattson and Sabrina Vivian all singled for the Eagles. For more sports stories, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 Bio Latest Postslast_img read more

Sharks notes: Hertl update, Labanc’s confidence and easing the burden on Suomela’s shoulders

first_imgSAN JOSE — Pete DeBoer is back at the white board, drawing up new line combinations to absorb the potential loss of a top-Sharks forward.Tomas Hertl, who left Saturday’s win over the Philadelphia Flyers with a head injury, missed practice Monday, forcing the Sharks coach to go back into the laboratory and rejigger his lines after he’d just found a working formula in the wake of Joe Thornton’s reintegration into the lineup.DeBoer labeled Hertl’s status as “day to day.” He doesn’t think the …last_img read more

Fire damages Carlsbad apartment complex

first_img KUSI Newsroom, Posted: January 3, 2019 Fire damages Carlsbad apartment complex Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter CARLSBAD (KUSI) – A fire damaged a Carlsbad apartment complex this morning, but no one was hurt.It was reported about 4 a.m. at a building in the 1000 block of Chinquapin Avenue, a Carlsbad Fire Department dispatcher said.t took crews about a half-hour to douse the blaze, which damaged at least four units in the apartment complex, according to reports.No injuries were reported and the cause of the fire was under investigation. January 3, 2019 KUSI Newsroom last_img read more

Dale Steyn South Africas leading bowler ruled out of ICC 2019 World