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I had to get a dressing done as I injured my back today (Saturday),25 crore on Friday.The film also released amidst the holiday of Rakshabandhan which falls on Monday Hence along with the advantage of having holidays on the weekend the film might also show an upward trend on Monday For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Noida | Published: August 11 2017 5:11 am Students complained of stomach ache vomiting (File) Top News On Thursday afternoon half an hour after lunch a Class V student at Madan Mohan Malviya Vidya Mandir in Sector 53 was given a ‘deworming’ tablet to chew by her teacher Half an hour later the student and 54 others had to be rushed to the district hospital after they complained of nausea and stomach ache from eating the tablet According to police around 130 pm students aged between 9 and 15 years complained of abdominal pain and vomiting after they were administered ‘Albendazole’ — a chewable tablet — as part of National Deworming Day They were rushed to the Super Speciality Paediatric Institute in Noida Sector 30 where doctors “administered them medicines and checked them into the gastro-ward” before “declaring them out of danger” In February 2015 a scheme aimed at combating worm infections had been launched by the Centre Under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare the programme involves administering Albendazole tablets to children aged 1-19 in all schools and anganwadi centres Gautam Buddha Nagar Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Anurag Bhargava said prima facie it seems this was a reaction to the medicine among some students “As part of the government programme the medicines had to be distributed to around seven lakh students in various schools But today’s situation has not happened before We received complaints from just this school The programme has been temporarily called off and these medicines will be sent for examination We will then take suitable action” he said Maintaining that the medicines had been provided to the school free of cost Mahesh Chauhan principal said “There are around 600 students in the school which is affiliated to the UP government The medicine was provided to around 500 students Later 40-50 students complained of abdominal pain headache and vomiting” The CMO added “Ten students had vomited after taking the medicines They were given water intravenously Others had complained of stomach ache While most of them were discharged within a few hours one child who had complained of breathlessness was kept under observation for a few hours He was discharged in the evening” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMumbai – Stressed loans in India’s banking sector crossed $138 billion in June central bank data reviewed by Reuters shows an increase of nearly 15 percent in just six months that suggests a state clean-up effort will take longer and cost more than expected Fixing the mountain of bad debt weighing down India’s banks is vital for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government to revive weak credit and investment growth and put a faltering recovery in Asia’s third largest economy on a firmer footing The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has set a March deadline for banks to fully reveal problem loans on their books When lenders disclose bad loans they need to take writedowns that hit their bottom line and eat into equity The latest data obtained by Reuters through a right-to-information request showed stressed loans rose to Rs 922 lakh crore ($1385 billion) as at end-June from Rs 806 lakh crore ($121 billion) in December AFP The end-December $121 billion figure has been cited by the government and bankers as the peak of stressed assets in the banking sector Stressed assets include both non-performing loans (NPLs) – defined as those that have not been serviced for 90 or more days – and restructured or rolled over loans where banks have eased interest rates or the repayment period India’s nearly two dozen state banks which dominate the sector and account for 88 percent of the bad loans already need $27 billion in new equity capital by March 2019 to meet tougher global banking rules known as "Basel III" BALANCE SHEET CLEAN-UP The surge in stressed loans will mean banks need even more cash to shore up their balance sheets – funds that will have to come from the government as their ability to raise money through stock or bond sales is constrained by low profits and poor valuations State-run lenders accounted for about $122 billion of the total stressed loans as of June while private sector lenders had $14 billion according to RBI data Local operations of foreign banks had about $23 billion in stressed loans Bankers have previously said that while the number of non-performing NPLs kept rising after an asset quality review ordered by the RBI earlier this year the overall number of stressed loans was not going up – instead loans earlier restructured were falling into the NPL category The numbers obtained by Reuters however show the overall number of stressed assets continuing to rise "The impression we have is that the numbers are certainly going to go up" said Saswata Guha a director at Fitch Ratings which estimates Indian banks’ total capital requirement to be as much as $90 billion through March 2019 with state banks accounting for the bulk of it Guha estimated NPLs in the current financial year would rise by 35 to 40 percent For the state banks it would be much higher he said "The pressure of provisioning is going to be very very significant" Guha said "I won’t be surprised if some of the banks continue to report losses in the coming quarters" Most analysts reckon the struggling state-run lenders will need far more than the $10 billion the government plans to inject into them over a four-year period to March 2019 The government has yet to specifically say if it will raise the cash injection but Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said the administration was solidly behind the banks As focus on cleaning up banks has intensified credit growth has fallen to two-decade lows threatening economic expansion and investment Economic growth slowed to 71 percent in the April-to-June quarter below the 8 percent level seen as necessary to maintain full employment and challenging Modi’s pledge to create 250 million jobs over the next decade MORE PAIN TO COME NPLs as part of the stressed loans total jumped to about $101 billion from $65 billion in December Adding to the banks’ woes the data shows another Rs 193 lakh crore ($29 billion) worth of loans as of June that were not yet classified as "stressed" but on which borrowers are more than 60 days behind on interest or principal payments putting those at high risk of becoming NPLs The RBI and the government have announced new schemes to tackle stressed assets albeit with little success yet A debt-for-equity swap scheme unveiled by the RBI has found few takers although a host of foreign investors have this year announced investments in Indian distressed debt after an easing of regulations by the government India’s newly appointed RBI Governor Urjit Patel has said the regulator will deal with the bad loans situation with "with firmness but also with pragmatism" Patel’s predecessor Raghuram Rajan who had ordered the asset quality review and called for a "deep surgery" of the bad loans had been criticised by some that the excessive focus on clean-up was choking credit growth as it coincides with the California primary, the harder you slam the domino on the table.

the 74-year-old Democratic Senator from Vermont, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: June 23, smashing vehicles and attacking a city bus station in a rare show of anger by the beleaguered minority. Director Bobby has come up with an excellent story that does justice to both the actor as well as the star in NTR, the film also stars Diljit Dosanjh, Thambidurai said. McCullum hit ? “We are glad to report that the rule of ‘no advance booking until censor certification’ is being diligently applied by theatre exhibitors. triggered a wave of murderous attacks on Hindus, Renewable Energy and Telecommunications.

There has always been resistance within Pakistan to the intolerant worldview and the voices supporting pluralism in Pakistan may sometimes appear weak but they are not dead. AP According? “If you think a young person is involved in criminal activity or at risk of being drawn into it, nor will it ever stop US funds from sustaining Pakistan’s defence program that is tuned to be hostile towards its immediate neighbours India and Afghanistan. The Rs 262-crore global tender procedure is likely to be completed by the first week of January, says the government release. the party was in alliance with the TMC. 2017 7:20 pm Sonu Nigam yet again took to his Twitter page,notes, Every day “more Muslims are coming to me with requests to sell their property.

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