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who needs a PCO? he asked For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAhmedabad: The Gujarat High Court on Thursday directed the Chief Electoral Officer to file an affidavit detailing the steps taken to raise awareness among voters about the use of EVMs with VVPATs in the forthcoming polls Representational image Reuters A division bench of Chief Justice R Subhash Reddy and Justice VM Pancholi directed the CEO to file the affidavit on 16 November when the matter will be heard next The court was hearing a PIL seeking direction to the respondents including the Election Commission and the Gujarat CEO to "initiate the process to create awareness regarding the use of EVMs with Voter-Verifiable Paper Audit Trail (VVPATs) for free and fair election process safeguard (so) the voters can realise and ensure whom their votes have been cast" Petitioner KR Koshti said the state electoral officer had not issued any directions to government machinery to take measures to create awareness regarding the usage and functioning of EVMs with VVPATs "Despite representation to the EC to take measures to create awareness regarding usage and functioning of EVMs with VVPATs nothing has been done so far It is required as most of the people in India are not aware about the functioning of electronic gadgets" the PIL said The PIL sought that voters are made aware about how to use check and ensure whether the votes cast have been registered or not This is of utmost importance to ensure that the democratic process is not derailed it said This is the first time that the Election Commission will introduce VVPATs across all polling booths in Gujarat where elections will be held in two phases on 9 and 14 December The counting of votes will be taken up on 18 December By: Express News Service | Published: December 15 2015 12:04 am Top News Several obituaries have been written of the Doha Development Round of the World Trade Organisation But the three-day ministerial conference in Nairobi which starts today points to signs of life Representatives from the 162 member countries will meet yet again to search for a consensus that has eluded since 2001 For long India along with China South Africa and several other developing countries has tried to push for “special and differential treatment” The developed countries led by the US the EU and Japan have tried to prise greater market access for their domestic producers Not for the first time things came to a head during the Bali ministerial in 2013 when India put its foot down on its sovereign right to give production subsidies to its farmers The leverage of course was the Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) involving relaxed customs duties The TFA was a demand by the developed countries and it provided developing countries especially India with a bargaining chip Last year India let go of that chip when it agreed to the TFA without any commitment from the developed world on farm subsidies The question then is: What is at stake for India in Nairobi Plenty evidently For one India must still protect its right to provide subsidies to its farmers Two back-to-back droughts have sharpened rural distress Complying with WTO regulations at the present juncture would raise input costs for farmers already reeling from depressed crop yields Moreover it is not just a matter of India’s sovereignty alone the principle of equity is at stake Western economies provide their farmers with massive subsidies For instance the new farm bill in the US allows for even more trade-distorting subsidies than in the past The other issue has to do with the special safeguard mechanism (SSM) The SSM allows India to ramp up tariff barriers in order to protect poor and marginal farmers from surges in imports Here too developed countries have been trying to constrain developing countries including India to use the SSM provision only when agricultural imports surge over 40 per cent (year-on-year) in a sustained manner India has long insisted on using the SSM if imports rise by 10 per cent For India at the WTO there is little to gain but much to lose So while the negotiators wrestle it out in Nairobi the government must realise that it is time to speed up reform of India’s unsustainable and inefficient subsidy regime Shifting to direct income transfers will not only make such subsidies WTO-compliant but also reduce the strain on the Central exchequer For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: March 4 2017 1:53 am Top News A 76-YEAR-old former Army man died while he was allegedly trying to board a lift of his building in Kasba area of south Kolkata on Friday Police sources said that Rabindra Nath Chakraborty a retired colonel slipped when he was trying to board a lift and fell down from the fourth floor around 1030 am Chakraborty was rushed to a private hospital where he succumbed to his injuries during treatment Watch What Else is Making News No complaint has been lodged yet police said “Prima facie it appears to be an accident The body has been sent for post-mortem A probe into the matter is on” a police officer told The Indian Express For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Reuters | New York | Published: November 30 2011 1:12 pm Related News If you have chronic heart troublebeing around a smoker may be bad for your physical and mental well-beinga new study suggests Researchers found that of 205 non-smokers with heart troublesthose who regularly breathed in secondhand smoke reported more problems in their day-to-day functioning — physical and emotional The findingsreported in the Archives of Internal Medicinedo not prove that other people’s smoke was to blame They howeveradd to the large body of evidence tying second-hand smoke to heart disease A number of studies have found that non-smokers who regularly breathe in other people’s tobacco smoke have an increased risk of developing heart disease This latest study suggests that second-hand smoke may also affect a heart failure patient’s quality of lifeaccording to the researchersled by Dr Kirsten E Fleischmann of the University of CaliforniaSan Francisco “In my opinionpatients with heart failure should definitely avoid second-hand smoke exposure — both to minimize the risk of cardiac events such as heart attacks and because of the effects on health-related quality of life that we documented” said Fleischmann Heart failure is a chronic condition in which the heart can no longer pump blood efficiently enough to meet the body’s needswhich leads to symptoms like fatiguebreathlessness and swelling in the limbs People can develop heart failure due to a condition that damages the heart musclelike a heart attack or poorly controlled high blood pressure It’s possibleaccording to Fleischmann’s teamthat second-hand smoke could worsen the situation by impairing blood-vessel functionor increasing inflammation in the blood vessels The findings are based on questionnaires and tests from 205 heart failure patients at the researchers’ medical centre One questionnaire focused on “health-related quality of life” which asked about everyday physical and emotional well-being Overallone-quarter of the patients said they were exposed to second-hand smoke at least one hour out of every week And they scored lower on measures of emotional well-beingand physical and emotional “role” — meaning they had more physical limitations and emotional problems keeping them from their usual daily routines On averagetheir scores on those measures were 11 to 22 points lower than those of people not exposed to second-hand smoke That’s a significant difference.

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