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He had targeted several women in past, says police officer.30 pm.The victim and her mother lodged a complaint at China auto bearingss Suppliers  Bangur Nagar police station.  

An auto-rickshaw driver was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly flashing a woman (30) on September 1.The Bangur Nagar police registered a case under section 509 (Word, gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman) of the Indian Penal Code against the accused. The incident occurred late at night near Chincholi bunder bus stop on New Link Road when the 30-year-old was returning home from work. The woman found him suspicious and hence refused to board,  soon after which he flashed her at around 1.  

The police have learnt that there are several cases of assault and molestation registered against him.A team of officials headed by senior inspector Chimaji Adhav, apprehended the accused, identified as Mohammad Shakil Kadar Memon (32). The officials began looking for the driver resembling to the description given by the woman and scanned the CCTV camera footage of the spot at the said time.. She immediately informed her mother, who rushed to the spot for her help,” said an officer of unit XI of crime branch.Similary, on July 31, the Kandivali police arrested an auto-rickshaw driver for allegedly masturbating while staring at a woman passenger.  

The incident came to light after thevictim’s friend tweeted about her ordeal and tagged the Mumbai police.“While the woman tried to click a picture of the auto driver, he fled from the spot.                                                        The victim and her mother lodged a complaint at Bangur Nagar police station.Memon, a resident of Malvani in Malad, solicited the woman to hire his rickshaw.The officials succeeded in tracking down the accused in Malvani area in Malad and after due verification placed him under arrest. The unit XI of Mumbai crime branch said that the accused, who is a habitual offender, had targeted several women similarly in the past

Posté le 29/10/2019 à 02:57 par transmission

During analysis of the biopsies, they found an abnormal gene profile in the lining of the womb in 80 per cent of women with recurrent implantation failure that was not present among women who had given birth after IVF treatment.                                                     Researchers obtained biopsies of the lining of the womb from 43 women with recurrent implantation failure."Their chances of achieving successful pregnancy are likely to be very small and this information gives clinicians much more clarity in counselling patients as to the wisdom of investing further time, effort and money in ongoing treatment," said Holstege

The discovery would help clinicians understand why In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) fails repeatedly in some women, researchers said.Researchers obtained biopsies of the lining of the womb from 43 women with recurrent implantation failure, which occurs when three or more transfers of high quality embryos or the placement of ten or more embryos in multiple transfers fail to result in pregnancy, and 72 women who gave birth after IVF or intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).  
The study was published in the journal Scientific Reports."Many women undergo a number of IVF cycles without success despite having good quality embryos and, up to now, it has been unclear whether or not the lining of the womb may be the cause of that," said Nick Macklon, chair in obstetrics and gynaecology at the University of Southampton in UK.The study was published in the journal Scientific Reports. London: wheel bearings Suppliers  Scientists have identified a genetic pattern in the womb that could predict whether or not IVF treatment is likely to be successful."At the same time, those patients who have undergone a number of unsuccessful cycles of IVF but do not have the genetic pattern could be advised to persist as they have a much better chance of achieving[link=https://www.chinadzgroup.com/product/wheel-bearing-repair-kit/][/link] a pregnancy," he said.Researchers obtained biopsies of the lining of the womb from 43 women with recurrent implantation failure."We have now shown that an abnormal gene expression in the lining can be identified in many of these women and that a specific gene 'fingerprint', when present, is always associated with failure, which is very significant in aiding our understanding of IVF failure," Macklon said."What this tells us is that a large proportion of women who suffer recurrent implantation failure may be infertile due to a problem with the receptivity of their uterus," said FrankHolstege, head of the genomics laboratory at University Medical Centre Utrecht in Netherlands.It could also lead to the development of a new test to help patients understand how likely they are to achieve a pregnancy before they embark on the treatment process and to guide others on whether or not they should continue even after a number of unsuccessful cycles, they said

Posté le 24/10/2019 à 04:43 par transmission

The team of rescuers is carrying 10 high-powered pumps to flush out water from the mine. He said that Indian navy divers are also working out strategy in consultation with experts of the Coal India.                                                        NDRF personnel conduct rescue operations at the site of a coal mine collapse in the Jaintia Hills district of Meghalaya. “Precious lives are at stake but the officer in-charge of the rescue operations has been allowed to go on leave,” she said, demanding that the district magistrate be immediately recalled. However, family members of those trapped are still hopeful that miners would be taking shelter in wind-chambers inside the tunnels.  The 15 miners have been trapped in a 370-feet deep illegal rat-hole mine in Lumthari village since December 13, when water from the nearby River  

auto parts bearingss SuppliersLytein flooded the mine.. Then the plan was changed and it was decided that dumpers would be used to shift the equipment to the accident site.The chief fire officer of Odisha Mr Sukant Sethi, who is leading 21-member team of rescuers said, “Initially we were told that we would be travelling by trucks. Sources engaged in the rescue operations told this newspaper that biggest challenge before the rescue team is to navigate the rat-hole mines, as there is no information or map is available about the tunnels in which mining activities were going on.The Navy divers started preparations to navigate the rat-hole coalmines to descend into the coal pit where 15 miners are suspected to have been trapped in some wind pockets.However, family members of those trapped are still hopeful that miners would be taking shelter in wind-chambers inside the tunnels.  

The ongoing rescue operation, which was suspended for two days on Saturday resumed at war scale with Indian Navy divers armed with special diving equipment including re-compression chamber and remotely operated vehicles capable of searching underwater, joining the operation to rescue 15 miners in the East Jaintia Hills district in Meghalaya. “There was no food, blankets or beds for the men to take few hours of rest.Amidst the speculations on bleak chances of survival of miners trapped in a tunnel like space under 70-feet water, the rescuers recovered three helmets, which are suspected to be of those miners.Meanwhile, a six-member team of the Opposition Congress in Meghalaya visited the site and found several lacunae in the arrangements made by the district administration. Meanwhile, state administration was also accused to have failed in coordinating the movement of the rescue team, which landed at Guwahati Airport on Friday.”He regretted that by the time they reached a primary school (located 25 km from the mine) where they were supposed to spend the night it was very late in the night and no body was there to help them for basic needs. Informing that they have already started work, he however clarified that even after all these logistic challenges, they have started work on installing pumps to flush out water. The legislators led by Ampareen Lyngdoh expressed their surprise over district magistrate FM Dopth going on leave in spite of the tragedy of such a scale. We are not used to such cold temperatures in Odisha and had to rush for our mission without carrying enough warm clothes,” he added

Posté le 09/10/2019 à 11:41 par transmission

Several areas saw flooding such as Hindmata, Parel, Gandhi Market, Sion, Antop Hill, Chembur, Dadar, Kurla, Saki Naka, Bandra-Kurla Complex, Bandra, Milan Subway, Andheri, Goregaon, Borivali and Dahisar. The city’s neighbouring areas got even more rains, and roads were submerged.  
  Citizens wade through knee-deep water in Parel on Monday.According to civic officials, the city witnessed 23 cases of tree falling — 13 in western suburbs, eight in city and three in western suburbs. Many, however, vented about their hardships.At Shimpoli, Borivali, a housing society was evacuated following reports of cave-in on the premises while three vehicles were damaged at Sahar due to the collapse of a compound wall of the airport in the evening. Should I? (sic),” tweeted one resident.  

A video of a person paddling a boat on flooded Vasai streets was shared widely among Mumbaikars, while people also found humour in the Thane railway station’s flooding and inundated railway tracks in Andheri station..Many areas experience water-logging, rail services hit. With the disruption of railway services and road traffic in the morning, several Mumbaikars preferred to stay inside. Traffic was disrupted in many areastoo as citizens were seen wading through knee-deep water. In addition to this, 11 house and wall collapse incidents were reported across the city. In all, 32 cases of short circuit — 20 in the city, 9 in the eastern and three in the western suburbs — were also reported in the city.Citizens took to social media to share their experiences. “What’s the rain and water-logging situation in sion, matunga, dadar and lower parel patch.Due to water-logging at Gaimukh in Thane, traffic movement in the area was stopped and commuters were directed to another route. Need to ride all the way from Thane. Around 300 people were stranded at their homes in Vasai’s Meethanagar locality as the road there was submerged. (Photo: Shripad Naik)                          wheel bearings Suppliers https://www.chinadzgroup.com/product/wheel-bearing-repair-kit/  

It was a wet beginning of the week for Mumbaikars as several parts of the city were inundated due to heavy rainfall in the city for the second consecutive day.The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation had deployed 144 de-watering pumps at the flooding spots to discharge the water quickly while 37 pumps at five pumping stations were also pressed into services

Posté le 29/09/2019 à 09:53 par transmission

Last year, the Delhi government had banned road-cutting activities during monsoon, but due to poor monitoring, the restriction could not be implemented.“All drains will be desilted by June 7. It was aimed at better coordination between multiple agencies to tackle the waterlogging problem.Earlier this month, lieutenant-governor Anil Baijal had also constituted a high-level committee, headed by the PWD secretary, to look after desilting of drains and open manholes.                       China wheel bearings Factory Delhi PWD Minister Satyendar Jain                                                    

New Delhi: Ahead of the monsoon season, Delhi PWD minister Satyendar Jain, on Tuesday, said that all drains in the national capital will be desilted by June 7 to prevent waterlogging on the roads. Kutty, chief minister Arvind Kejriwal cautioned against desilting of drains “only on papers”, saying such anomalies must stop.In a recent note to chief secretary M. Mr Jain, who conducted a surprise inspection of roads and drains in East Delhi’s Mandoli village, said the Public Works Department (PWD) will install around 1,000 pumps for pumping out water from the city’s roads in case of waterlogging.The PWD is in charge of 1,260 km of roads in the national capital, while the rest fall under the jurisdiction of the three municipal bodies.

Last week, the Delhi government had warned that if the residents suffered due to waterlogging during monsoon season, the officers concerned would face action.The AAP government has also directed PWD secretary Ashwani Kumar and municipal corporations to identify vulnerable points for waterlogging across the city by June 7 and fix them so that people are not caught in a fix. To prevent waterlogging, the PWD will station around 1,000 pumps at different locations to pump out water from city’s roads,” he said.The PWD is in charge of 1,260 km of roads in the national capital, while the rest fall under the jurisdiction of the three municipal bodies.M

Posté le 26/09/2019 à 05:12 par transmission