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As many as 10 students have been under the scanner of the anti-ragging committee of HBT Medical College attached to the civic-run Cooper Hospital in Vile Parle in 2016 and 2018, but no complaint has been reported to the police, a Right to Information query has revealed.The hospital’s newly-appointed dean, Dr. Pinakin Gujjar, said there have been no complaints since he took over. “I am not aware of complaints in the past,” he said, adding he was strictly against any kind of workplace harassment and ragging. “Any complaint during my tenure will be taken seriously and investigated thoroughly,” he said.Of the 10 students, eight had faced suspension from the hostel but there was no dismissal or penalty. There is no clarity on the number of cases these students were involved in. The RTI also revealed that the hospital’s anti-ragging committee held 11 meetings during this period.The suicide of Dr. Payal Tadvi, a second-year resident doctor from Nair Hospital, has put in sharp focus complaints of ragging in medical colleges and the way the authorities have handled them. “The RTI response I have received shows the authorities have been ignorant,” said RTI activist Shakeel Shaikh, who has sent similar queries to all medical colleges. His earlier RTI query revealed that Nair Hospital had received four ragging complaints before Dr. Tadvi’s death, in which at least eight students faced suspension from the hostel. “However, in these cases too, the police was not informed,” he said.The Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act, 1999 calls for investigation of complaints at the institution level. The report of the inquiry is sent to the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, which appoints a committee to look into the report and decide the course of action and punishment. The University Grants Commission guidelines, however, make it mandatory to file a first information report in all ragging complaints.
Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim San Beda’s Fernandez, Bolick, Doliguez, Benilde’s Young suspended for 1 game NATO’s aging eye in the sky to get a last overhaul Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Only in his second year at the helm, Perasol is firm in his belief that for the first time in a long time, UP truly has nowhere to go but up.“That’s really our direction. We aspire to win because I know with my players, they have the capacity, we have the skills, we have the experience to achieve that and dream towards making it to the Final Four,” he said.However, Perasol admitted that from time-to-time, shades of the Fighting Maroons’ old losing habits inevitably resurface. That’s why the mentor is doing everything he can to diffuse the doubts in preparation for this year’s campaign.“There are still remnants of our mindset that we could only go to a certain level, so this is going to be a new territory for us. We’re barging and wanting to be in the Final Four, and for the longest time, I don’t think that is the mindset of our program. It’s easy to say but it’s hard to do with the strong lineups of every team, but we are up to the challenge,” he said.The Fighting Maroons are out to prove that last year’s feel-good story is no fluke.ADVERTISEMENT Coach: Bo PerasolLast Season: 5-9 (6th Place)Holdovers: Paul Desiderio, Diego Dario, Javi Gomez de Liaño, Noah WebbAdditions: Juan Gomez de Liaño, Jun ManzoKey Losses: Jett Manuel, Dave MoraldeADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side Trump signs bills in support of Hong Kong protesters MOST READ For coach Bo Perasol, it’s high time for University of the Philippines to not settle with just fighting but also start winning.And this UAAP Season 80, the Fighting Maroons are setting the bar high.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games opening“We really would want to enter and barge into the Final Four. That is really our ambition this season,” he said. “It’s going to be really tough for us, but we have to up the ante in terms of what we want to happen with our program. We were able to get five wins last season so we don’t expect to get a lower win-loss slate this coming season. The logical direction for us is to have that Final Four spot.”Cebuano scorer Paul Desiderio will lead the Maroons along with uard Diego Dario and sophomore Javi Gomez de Liaño and promising neophytes Juan Gomez de Liaño and Jun Manzo. “It’s always in our moniker, that we’re the ‘Fighting Maroons.’ But we’ve been fighting for so long and it’s getting stale. We need results and we need to win,” he said. Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side View comments Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Chief Justice Peralta on upcoming UAAP game: UP has no match against UST PLAY LIST 01:00Chief Justice Peralta on upcoming UAAP game: UP has no match against UST00:50Trending Articles03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games
Australian skipper Ricky Ponting.Is Ricky Ponting preparing for a life after cricket? A categorical “no” was the answer the Australian skipper gave to former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly on Headlines Today programme Captain’s Corner on Friday, a day after India ended his team’s 12-year reign as the world champions. “I have sort of made my intentions already clear. There has been a lot of speculation. There have been a lot of questions from home as well. Some reports claim I’m going to retire. I’m not going to do that. I want to play. I think I still have a lot to contribute to the Australian team,” Ponting said. “We’ve got few days at home now before we go to Bangladesh. I have time to think and reflect and talk to people in Cricket Australia about what ideas I have about the future of Australian cricket,” he added talking about his future plans. No to IPLPonting ruled out an Indian Premier League (IPL) stint. “Probably not,” he replied when questioned about his plans to join the cash-rich league. But he would most likely not feature in another World Cup. “Four years, right now the way things have gone for me in the past week, is a long-long time. I was asked this yesterday, if this was my last World Cup. Well, most likely it is. I’m 36 right now and I will be 40 by that time. There are not many guys who play at that age. But if that was my last innings in the World Cup, it’s not a bad way to finish.” Defeat in AhmedabadadvertisementPonting was the pick of Australian batting line up at Motera scoring 104 in 118 balls on Thursday, but he said that it was an overall performance by India that did the Aussies in. Asked if he was miles ahead in terms of class than rest of his team in the Motera clash, Ponting said: “I was (good) yesterday, but I have not been for the majority of the tournament. Watson, Hayden and Clarke have our best batsmen in the tournament. I have always backed myself to perform in big games. It’s good I made all those runs. But I would have happily given away all of those runs to have Australia win the game.” But did he find a huge difference in India of the yore and the band he took on yesterday? “It’s always a good contest against India. This team is well focused. They’re driven and want to become the best in all three forms of the game. I also feel it’s a very close group of players. When you have that sort of feeling in the dressing room, that goes a long way in winning big games. Quality of the players has always been there. Now there’s experience and you have young talent like Kohli and Raina,” he replied. Hails YuvrajThe Aussie’s accolades, however, were reserved for Yuvraj Singh. “He’s been very focused throughout the tournament. Even with the ball, he’s been very effective. He’s a stand-out player. I think after being left out, that was some 12 months ago, he’s committed himself to being the best player he can. And no better place to do it than the World Cup.” India’s batting is the reason Ponting thinks the team can go the distance. His verdict was that Men in Blue would beat Pakistan in the mother of all battles to book a place in the finals. ‘India is a better side'”India has more class as far as batting is concerned. By the same token Pakistan has a better bowling attack. But I think over all India is a better side,” he said. Ponting contended that India had an edge since they had played more pressure games in the tournament compared to Pakistan. He put his money on an India-South Africa final to play out at Wankhede on April 2. “India will beat Pakistan. Sri Lanka will beat England. At the moment I’ll be picking an India-South Africa final. It’s difficult to pick who’ll win the final. Both teams deserve to be in the final. It’ll be a great game and may the best team of the day win,” Ponting said.
The Prime Minister’s Medal of Appreciation is given to motivate others to contribute likewise. Mrs. Simpson Miller urged young people to regard the function as a form of encouragement to get involved 81 persons who received medals of appreciation service to the nation Story Highlights Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Portia Simpson Miller, is urging young people to get involved in nation building, noting that giving genuine national service helps the recipient as it does the server.Mrs. Simpson Miller made the call as she expressed appreciation to 81 persons who received medals of appreciation for service to the nation, at a colourful ceremony, held at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in Kingston, on July 31.In closing the celebration to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Independence, the Prime Minister’s Medal of Appreciation for Service to Jamaica was awarded to persons for their service to agriculture; in the field of culture (performing arts); for community service and community development; for contribution to economic and national development; in the field of education; for service in the field of finance, health, religion, community development and education, security, tourism; and for services to Jamaica and Jamaicans in the Diaspora.“The act of awarding medals is really a humble way by which the nation shows appreciation. These medals represent a nation’s heartfelt respect and appreciation to those who have served us well in their various fields over the past 50 years and I pause on behalf of a grateful nation to say thank you,” the Prime Minister said.She noted that the country could not fully pay the recipients for the extent and impact of their service. “The best we can do is to recognize them publicly and hold them up as builders of Jamaica’s progress,” she added.Mrs. Simpson Miller informed that the Prime Minister’s Medal of Appreciation is given publicly in order to motivate others to contribute likewise.“This function provides an opportunity too, to recognize and thank those who have toiled in the vineyard of nation building, but without public recognition. We consider you a part of the nation building team and important players in the projects that have delivered development in the areas of community renewal, social development, national security and other nation building platforms,” she said.Mrs. Simpson Miller urged young people to regard the function as a form of encouragement to get involved, while thanking the seniors and those already involved for their contribution to nation building.The Jamaica Military Band, the Melody Sisters of the Willodene Group of Schools, Portmore Missionary Preparatory School and Violinist, Nadje Leslie, provided entertainment for the packed room, that included the families and friends of the recipients who were on hand to cheer for their loved ones as they accepted their awards.The Prime Minister’s Medal of Appreciation is a commemorative medal which may be awarded to any person or group of persons who, in the opinion of the Prime Minister, has made significant contribution to the economic, social or political development of Jamaica or to Jamaicans residing abroad.
Here’s another stunning aspect of Germany’s 7-1 domination of Brazil on Tuesday: We have a new best soccer team in the world. The blowout changed the landscape of ESPN’s Soccer Power Index (SPI) ratings. Going into the match, here’s what the SPI top five looked like:Despite somewhat unimpressive play in the World Cup, Brazil still ranked first over Argentina by a healthy margin, and the Germans ranked fourth. But when ESPN’s Stats & Info team recalculated the SPI on Wednesday morning, a very different picture emerged:Essentially, Germany’s incredibly lopsided victory caused it to flip spots with Brazil. Now the Germans have a sizable lead over the rest of the field (nearly as big a separation as Brazil had going into the tournament), and Brazil has dropped to fourth behind the Argentines and Colombians. (Note, too, that Colombia’s SPI dropped marginally, because Brazil’s loss affected the strength-of-schedule component of its rating.)SPI was wrong Tuesday in its estimation of the relative qualities of Germany and Brazil, even after adjusting for the loss of Brazil’s superstar forward, Neymar. But the good thing about a rating system like SPI is that it can use new information to revise its estimates; the stronger the new evidence, the greater the adjustment. And a 7-1 win is strong evidence that SPI had Germany rated too low and Brazil too highly.
Categories: Glenn News 12Mar Snyder briefs Glenn, legislative leaders on energy policy Rep. Gary Glenn, R-Midland, chairing a House Energy Policy Committee hearing held Thursday, March 11.Lansing — House Energy Policy Committee Vice-Chairman Gary Glenn, R-Midland, was among eight legislative leaders invited by Gov. Rick Snyder to a briefing Thursday on the governor’s upcoming energy policy address, scheduled for Friday morning. Glenn was the only first-term legislator in either house invited to participate in the briefing, which was conducted personally by Snyder in the governor’s office. Glenn said he is “taking very seriously the responsibility of a leadership role in developing Michigan’s future energy policy, and I certainly appreciate the opportunity to be briefed by Gov. Snyder and ask questions about his plans to meet our future needs for competitive and reliable energy.” Glenn said the state’s energy policy and ability to provide electricity at competitive prices is key to attracting and retaining thousands of jobs provided by major manufacturing firms in the Bay and Midland counties legislative district he represents. He cited a public address two weeks ago by Dow Chemical chief executive officer Andrew Liveris in which Liveris said Midland would be the site of more Dow expansions in the future if Michigan can provide more competitive energy rates. Michigan currently has the highest electricity rates in the Midwest. “As I pledged last year, my focus in this office will be on making Michigan more attractive and more competitive for new business and industry,” Glenn said. “More competitive energy prices are certainly a major factor in our ability to compete for new or expanded plant sites and new jobs here in mid-Michigan.” He said the issue is critical to the success not only of Dow Chemical operations in Michigan, but of other major area employers such as Dow Corning, Hemlock Semiconductors, and Midland Cogeneration Venture. Glenn Wednesday chaired the House Energy Policy Committee for the first time when the committee’s chairman, Rep. Aric Nesbitt, R-Lawton, left the chair in order to testify before the committee in support of a package of energy reform bills Nesbitt is proposing.Gov. Rick Snyder and Rep. Gary Glenn, R-Midland. (File photo)Glenn and Nesbitt were joined in the gubernatorial briefing by Speaker of the House Kevin Cotter, R-Mount Pleasant, House Democratic Leader Tim Greimel, D-Auburn Hills; and Energy Committee Minority Vice Chairman Rep. Bill Lavoy, D-Monroe. Attending from the state Senate were Majority Leader Arlan Meekhof, R-Olive Township; Rep. Mike Nofs, R-Battle Creek; and Minority Leader Jim Ananich, D-Flint.