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(Read: I think I’m capable of holding my own scene says ‘Airlift’ actor Purab Kohli) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Bordeaux | Published: July 2 2016 3:48 am Italy have emerged as genuine title contenders after silencing their critics (Source: Reuters) Top News Having eliminated holders Spain Italy coach Antonio Conte is quietly confident his side can pull off another major victory in Saturday’s quarter-final against old nemesis Germany a team he considers to be the world’s best Despite being considered before the tournament as having one of the weakest Italy teams in years Conte has forged a cohesive unit and masterminded a run to the last eight after topping Group E and ousting the European titleholders 2-0 However they will have their work cut out to overcome world champions Germany who are yet to concede a goal at Euro 2016 and thumped Slovakia 3-0 in the round of 16 Nonetheless Conte is quietly confident that Italy can again prove the doubters wrong and topple a side he considers to be the best on the planet “We did something extraordinary against Spain” Conte told reporters on Friday “and tomorrow we have to do something even more extraordinary “We have a lot of respect for Germany they are the number one side in the world but we will try and play our hand as we did against Spain “We are well aware of our strengths and those of our opposition” he added “If you can bring together talent and organisation like they have you have a heady mix “It’s no surprise they’re world champions They are the best team in the world” TITLE CONTENDERS Despite gloomy pre-tournament forecasts Italy have emerged as genuine title contenders after silencing their critics “When we started our journey we had little credibility in the eyes of the Italian press and the international media” Conte said “Everyone thought it was the dark days regarding talent in the Italian game “We’ve shown that through hard work organisation and having 23 top players willing to work hard we can overcome obstacles that appear difficult from the start” Italy have an enviable record against Germany at major tournaments having won all four of their knockout stage meetings including the Euro 2012 semi-final against Joachim Lowe’s much fancied side in Warsaw “There are a number of parallels between tomorrow’s match and the previous Euros” said goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon “On paper the gap between the two sides could be even greater considering they’ve won the World Cup in the meantime” “We know there will be difficulties” added Conte “We’re ready to meet them head on We need to play well to overturn the odds they are against us from the outset” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Adil Akhzer | Chandigarh | Published: March 14 2016 9:53 am Related News Two separatereports relating to health and healthcare in Punjab released last week have underlined that the poor especially in rural areas remain the most vulnerable to cancer Their inability to pay medical expenses decreases their chances of survival and plunges them further into poverty The first report released by Tata Memorial Centre (TMC) Mumbai and Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research(PGIMER) Chandigarh said more cancer patients in rural areas die than in urban parts of the state mainly due to late diagnosis of the disease Share This Article Related Article The second report released Thursday by PGIMER and Public Health foundation of India pointed out that about 77 per cent of expenditure on health was borne by households and individuals while the government’s contribution was around 20 per cent Spending on health impoverishes 33 per cent people in the state annually the report said In 2013 TMC and PGIMER set up four population-based cancer registries (PBCR) to cover a population of 44 million in four districts Data was collected from Chandigarh and SAS Nagar (urban districts) and Mansa and Sangrur (rural districts) in Punjab According to the report in SAS Nagar an urban district of Punjab better known as Mohali 767 new cases were registered in a population registery of 573 lakh In Sangrur there were 798 new cancer cases that year in a registry of 902 lakh people Mansa had 403 cases in a registry of 419 lakh people About the incidence rates of cancer in male the report said that in SAS Nagar there were 74 cases per one lakh population while in Sangrur and Mansa there were 43 and 45 cases respectively About the female incidence cases the report noted that in SAS Nagar there were 104 cases per one lakh population while as the cases registered in Sangrur and Mansa were 52 and 55 The registries also recorded 322 deaths in SAS Nagar; in Sangrur it was 448 and in Mansa there were 233 total number of deaths was 233 “The survival rate of cancer in men in rural areas was 35 to 40 per cent while in women the survival rate is 45 to 50 per cent” Prof J S Thakur Department of Community Medicine PGI the principal Investigator of the report told The Indian Express “In urban population the survival rate of male is 50- 60 per cent and 70 per cent in women” Thakur said the difference between the rural and the urban town is the lack of facilities and awareness among the people “In 2013 there was no facility in rural areas Even the diagnostic centres were in these areas” He however said there has been an improvement in the health infrastructure of late Experts attribute the lower survival rates in rural areas to less access to healthcare facilities “Survival rate in rural areas is less because the low income group doesn’t have money for treatment” said Dr Inderjeet Singh Professor and Head Economic Department Punjabi University Patiala “Health system is dying down [in the state] and today if one wants to save the patients then he has to be taken to a private hospital only” Dr A K NandaProfessor Center For Research In Rural And Industrial Development in Chandigarh had the same view “Private sector too provides facilities in rural areas but poor people can’t opt for such facilities as they can’t afford” Nanda told The Indian Express The TMC report also pointed out that in SAS Nagar the highest number of registered cases among males was lung cancer while it was oesophagal cancer among Mansa and Sangrur men Cervical cancer is the second leading cancer among women in three districts of Punjab taken together in 2013 after breast cancer But in Mansa a rural district cervical cancer was the most prevalent form of the disease Medical experts say sexual transmitted infection causes the cervix cancers “Human papilloma virus (HPV) [sexually transmitted infection] is a necessary cause for cervical cancer in more than 99 percent of cases” said Dr Vanita Suri Professor Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology PGI told The Indian Express There is no awareness about cervical cancer in rural areas its causes or prevention she said The PGIMER-Public Health foundation report sheds light on why there is little disease awareness Only 6 per cent of all health expenditure private and public is on preventive care All preventive care is carried out at present by government entities A high 46 per cent is spent on curative care and 27 per cent on outpatient care The government’s health expenditure in 2013-14 was Rs 13414 crore or 42 percent of its Gross State Domestic Product(GDSP); 86 percent of overall public health expenditure was spent on wages and salaries More than half of private health spending 54 per cent was on the consumption of medical goods and medical services in which 32 percent was spent on diagnostics “The private sector [in health] over the years has grown very strong In government sector we have less manpower and if we have doctors they are less qualified” said Dr Inderjeet “These days patients choose private hospitals to survive only those who don’t have any option go to government hospitals” Dr Rajesh Kumar head Department of Community Medicine PGI says the report reflects how health expenditure is pushing people into poverty “The government’s contribution ro healthcare should be increased three-fold” he said “to make public healthcare more effective” The state government said the focus is on rural and poor pockets of urban areas “A lot has been done over the last few years to improve the health services but certainly there is scope to do more and we are working on it” said Vini Mahajan Principal Secretary Health & Family Welfare Punjab “Evidence is that the great heathcare need is in the rural areas and in poor pockets of urban areas so special attention is given to these areas” Where the government has made an effort it has made a difference to people’s lives Nanda cites the state’s maternal healthcare service as a good example of what effective public healthcare could do “Earlier patients were visiting the private sector for maternal health services but now the trend has changed because the infrastructure for maternal health in public sector has improved across the state” he said He also cites the example of Chandigarh’s government hospitals “Public is forced to visit private hospitals because they get quick services there If people in Chandigarh can visit government hospitals why not in Punjab Because the Punjab hospitals lack infrastructure and facilities” said Nanda Dr Ranjeet Guru Deputy Director Punjab Health Department said the percentage of mothers delivering babies in state’s public sector hospitals is now higher than private sector “Under various government schemes we are conducting deliveries free of cost across the state” said Guru “We provide facilities to pick the mother from her home before the delivery and then drop her once the baby is born” For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News With Airlift,doused flares with fire-extinguishers and rushed them to civil hospital.Some eyewitnesses claimed two other persons who were with the family and also trying to immolate themselves were prevented by others present on the spot. a schoolgirl and an elderly person ?
Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published: June 19 Veteran spinner Rangana Herath led the Sri Lankan attack,mostly Indian immigrants.