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It?earn his own living and be a part of society, said Pathare According to WHOschizophreniadepressionepilepsydementiaalcohol dependence and other mentalneurological and substance-use (MNS) disorders constitute 13 per cent of the global burden of diseasesurpassing both cardiovascular disease and cancer Depression is the third leading contributor to the global disease burdenand alcohol and illicit drug use account for more than 5 per cent By 2020an estimated 15 million people will die very year by committing suicide and between 15 and 30 million will make an attempt The stigma attached to the disease does not allow people to visit a mental health professional for an evaluation and keep suffering or seek solace in drugs and alcoholwhich makes it worse said Dr Alka PawarHeadDepartment of PsychiatryB J Medical College Pawar said with rising concern for the quality of life for elderlya geriatric medicine course has been started at the institute We also have undertaken psychiatric evaluation of elderlyshe added The effects of stigma deeply affect an individual at all levelsright from treatment seeking to social and financial opportunities and caregiver and family stress According to a Global Programme of the World Psychiatric Association reportdespite the significant scientific advances in the understanding of the cause and treatment of psychiatric disordersstigma is growingsaid Dr Madhusudan Solankimember of the Indian psychiatric society For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLittle more than five months on from a nerve-wracking final of the Hero Indian Super League’s second season that saw Chennaiyin FC crowned champions in the most dramatic of fashions Indian football is still suffering from its after effects Sadly though it is not the breathtaking football on show that day which is making the headlines but something that followed the game leaving a bad taste in the mouth of Indian football fans since If an ugly brawl involving FC Goa owners Dattaraj Salgaocar and Srinivas Dempo and Chennaiyin FC midfielder Elano didn’t do enough to take the sheen off the game the way the matter has lingered on since has all but killed the memories of game The controversy was finally laid to rest on Thursdaywhen the ISL Regulatory committee came down hard on FC Goa and slapped a whopping fine of Rs 11 crore while their co-owners Shrinivas Dempo and Dattaraj Salgaocar were banned for two and three seasons respectively for "bringing disrepute" to the tournament The punishment however didn’t end there FC Goa will also be docked 15 points in the next ISL season and that’s what makes this ruling not just harsh but unsustainable File photo of FC Goa AFP Where does this leave FC Goa’s 2016 ISL campaign Complete tatters considering the short duration of the league A league that just offers 42 points 15 points is a huge penalty If you take a look at the first two seasons of the ISL the cut-off point for qualification for the semi-finals was 19 and 22 points respectively If we settle on an average of 21 points as the points that can guarantee you a semi-final spot a target that all eight franchises in the league start the campaign with it would require FC Goa to pick up 36 (21+15) points from a possible 42 to make the semi-finals While that figure isn’t an absolute impossible in football the dynamics of the Indian Super League are such that it certainly pushes it towards impossible The league is just an eight-team affair with each team equal in terms of the financial muscle thanks to the league’s 20 crore salary cap Moreover India is geographically vast and the constant travelling certainly takes its toll on the players so expecting a team to pick up 36 points a tally that is eleven points more than that of the league leaders of the last campaign is certainly asking for too much So what does that leave us with An eight-team league where one of the team is already out of the running for the semi-finals That is certainly not a good point to start off for a league and a sport which is trying to find its feet A lack of competitiveness is the last thing the ISL needs at this stage Secondly financially it leaves FC Goa completely reeling While the acts of their owners and staff after the final last season warrant a punishment but to what extent and what cost The ISL teams had already incurred double of their projected losses after the first season It is estimated that each team lost between Rs35-40 crore after the first season according to a Hindustan Times report So a fine of Rs 11 crore that already eats into half of the salary cap limit of the ISL leaves FC Goa with a clear disadvantage ahead of ISL season three If the financial aspect would make it difficult for FC Goa to attract the best foreign and domestic talent the franchise having all but no chance to make the semi-finals of the competition would make it all the more worse Would a Zico be willing to take charge of side that has to just go through the motions throughout the season Would a Lucio be willing to join the league which he has no chance of winning The answer would most likely be no What FC Goa did should be condemned and punished and the ISL Regulatory committee is right about that but should that come at the cost of depriving some of our Indian players from sharing the dressing room with these great legends The answer to this is definitely no Thirdly this could be a hard blow for Goan football as well The Goans have moved on from watching the I-League and supporting their I-League clubs Sporting Clube de Goa who play their home matches at the Fatorda stadium which also the home ground for FC Goa saw an average attendance of 1203 in the 2015 I-League season compared to FC Goa’s 18843 in the ISL that followed This clearly shows where the Goan fans’ hearts lie at the moment But it would be interesting to see whether the Goans turn up in the same numbers to support a team that has virtually no ambitions The one thing that Goan football that has been a hotbed for Indian football talent over the years doesn’t need is more negativity especially after the way the Goanshave snubbed the I-League clubs which they once adored India can’t afford to lose the Goan fanbase for the sake of its football There have been bold judgements before in football Serie A saw champions Juventus being relegated and AC Milan being docked eight points after being involved in a match-fixing scandal But that happened in a much bigger league and for a much bigger crime ISL is nowhere strong enough to sustain such a blow Many believe the ISL is Indian football’s last hope of revival and it may hold truth considering the popularity that it has gained in its first two season so the show must go on and go on with full swing When the footage came out on Monday that cleared Brazilian midfielder Elano of accusations of physically assaulting the FC Goa owners the general sentiment of the public went against the Goan club Although it was the right decision to punish FC Goa but has the committee got too driven by the sentiment around them and got the magnitude all wrong Despite there being plenty of positives about the ISL Regulation committee’s bold ruling like not sparing the AIFF vice-president the adverse impact it may have on the sport and the league renders the ruling bordering more towards the sensational than substantial Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published: June 26 2012 1:46 am Top News City-based VLife Sciencesa company engaged in providing software solutions for research and development work in various fields like life scienceschemical and biotechnologyhas awarded scientists for their outstanding work in the field of research All these scientists had used VLifes software in their research work Dr Kishor Bhusari from Sharad Pawar College of Pharmacy and his team won the first prize while the second prize was bagged by Dr Sanjay Bari and his group from R C Patel Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and ResearchShirpur The third prize was jointly won Dr M S Bhatia and group from Bharti Vidyapeeth College of PharmacyKolhapurand Dr Kunal Roy and group from Jadavpur UniversityKolkata A cash prize of Rs15000Rs10000 and Rs 5000 was given to the awardees on the 1st2nd and 3rd positions along with certificates and mementos The first and second prize winners were also given six months licence of VLifeMDS softwarewhereas the third prize winner was given three months licence of VLifeMDS software The award ceremony was held at Hyatt on Nagar Road recently Dr K N GaneshDirectorIndian Institute of Scientific Education and Researchwas the chief guest for the function Supreet DeshpandeCEOVLife SciencesAjay PhatakHead of Symphony Services and Dr Indira GhoshDean of Jawaharlal Nehru University were also present at the ceremony For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: August 2 2012 1:57 am Related News KSA coast Nitin Kumar was the star with the ball for Kusum Sarovar Academy against Achievers Academy as he scalped three wickets giving away a paltry 15 runs in the bargain Kumar’s wickets helped skittle out Achievers Academy for just 140 runs in 395 overs Vikas Yadav guided Kusum Sarovar Academy’s chase with a stroke-filled 48 while he was supported by M Kumar who also chipped in with valuable 47 runs Brief scores: Achievers Academy 140 all out in 395 overs (S Rao 40A Dahuja 35; V Kumar 3/15N Kumar 3/15) KS Academy 142 for 4 in 213 overs (V Yadav 48M Kumar 47; G Prasad 3/15) Anmol scores 64 Anmol Kumar shone with the bat for Dev Academy scoring a masterful 64 runs against Harry Academy in the Pratibha cricket tournament played at the Najafgarh ground V Kumar also scored 35 to strengthen Dev Academys chase while earlier Manoj Kumar was instrumental in wrecking Harry Academy’s batting line-up as he snapped up four wickets giving away just 32 runs H Singh bowled in momentum with Kumar and scalped two for 30 Brief score: Harry Academy 178 for 7 in 35 overs (K Singh 55S Singh 27; M Kumar 4/32) Dev Academy 182 for 8 in 331 overs (A Kumar 64V Kumar 35; S Singh 4/38H Singh 2/30) For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsJapan’s Shiho Tanaka (L) and Koharu Yonemoto (R) pose for pictures with their gold medals after winning their women’s doubles final match against Japan’s Naoko Fukuman and Kurumi Yonao at the India Open 2017 tournament in New Delhi AFPBy: Reuters | London | Published: November 22 2016 9:47 pm Zak Brown newly appointed executive director said McLaren had to find more commercial partners (Source: Reuters) Top News McLaren need a title sponsor after years without one the Formula One team’s new executive director Zak Brown said on Tuesday In an interview with motorsportcom and autosportcom – part of the Motorsport Network media group of which he is also non-executive chairman – the American marketing expert said McLaren had to find more commercial partners “There’s lots of space on the McLaren race car that needs filling with top luxury brands A title sponsor will help propel you forward” he said “We need partners and ultimately a title partner is a critical partner” McLaren last had a title sponsor in 2013 when a deal with Vodafone expired They have also seen prominent partners such as fashion brand Hugo Boss and watch company Tag Heuer leave for rival teams The former champions last won a race in 2012 and their partnership with Honda remains some way off the pace after a difficult start in 2015 Ron Dennis the shareholder and former team boss who was ousted last week had refused to drop the rate card for sponsors in recent years Brown whose appointment was announced on Monday said he needed to settle in before making decisions but indicated it was important to improve the economics of the team “Clearly we need a title partner so we need to become a more attractive proposition to commercial partners” he said The American who boasts a long record of motorsport involvement and has brought several major sponsors into Formula One said he was close to Dennis and had “massive admiration” for him “I spoke to him recently and as a shareholder he will have a big vested interest in our success” he added Brown praised McLaren’s Racing Director Eric Boullier and the team’s recently-recruited chief executive Jost Capito and said he had known and worked with both men for years “From since he joined (from Lotus in 2014) they’ve moved forwards” he said of Boullier “Everything I’ve seen putting aside my friendship he’s got the results and it looks like we’re going in the right direction I’m bullish on Eric “(Capito) has been a winner in everything I’ve seen him do I get along with him great and he’s passionate about the brand” he added “So I think we’ve got a lot of the right resources from what I can see Now it’s about forward progress and coming together as a team” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shweta Bhutada | Mumbai | Updated: April 14 2016 10:33 pm As Bhandup grows vertically with the ongoing construction of buildings its people have decided not to allow anyone from outside the community to settle down in the village Express Top News Over a 100 years old Bhandup village is home to at least 6000 people of the Koli and Agri communities who were displaced from the Vihar lake area after construction commenced there Spread over at least 50 acres of land the village lined with colorful houses has managed to resist development to some extent However with the population surging vertical growth of the village has begun much to the angst of fisherman and environmental activist Nandakumar Pawar “The village used to have small wooden houses with a few people who knew each other We celebrated festivals like Diwali and Holi together the villagers would get together for marriages and festivities would go on for months However with the population surging and the increased restrictions by the police these traditions have died The village is also growing vertically along with the highrises hovering on the periphery The villagers have gotten together and made a decision to not allow anyone from outside the community to settle here to preserve our culture” he said Share This Article Related Article The traditional occupations of these communities were farming and fishing Fishing was done both for sustenance and for trade However with issues like silting and water pollution most fish species are now extinct and the villagers have been reduced to mere middlemen The development of highrises and reclamation of the mangroves and wetlands has also led to a loss of livelihood for many The villagers now work as autorickshaw drivers or perform menial jobs Pushpa Bhadve (66) a resident said “The village used to be very quiet There were trees everywhere and no roads connecting the village to the railways Now there is so much development here that we feel suffocated In earlier times water from the creek used to come till behind the village Within 10-15 minutes one could find fish for sale We never even had to buy salt One had to only go to the backyard to collect it All of that is now gone with construction in all the open spaces” After the floods in 2005 where Bhandup was relatively less affected due to the presence of thick cover of mangroves the villagers have become conscious about environmental conservation “The people here are now striving to keep urbanisation from taking over the village We have taken up mangrove protection through Shri Ekvira Aai Pratishthan an NGO that I started to promote the same What has changed cannot be undone All we can do is to preserve whatever is left” said Pawar Have a comment or suggestion for Postcard From a Mumbai Village Write to mumbainewsline @expressindiacom with subjectline: Postcard From a Mumbai Village For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: India’s men’s hockey chief coach Roelant Oltmans today said that a well-organised defence will hold the key for the team’s fortunes in next year’s Rio Olympic Games Oltmans who is doubling up as High Performance Director and head coach after the ouster of Paul van Ass said that he was working on building a solid defence and switching to different styles of play in different situations Coach Roelant Oltmans (L) talks with team captain Sardar Singh AFP "Organisation of defence is very important If your defence is well organised you have confidence while going for attack If your defence is not well organised you can be in trouble in counter attacks" Oltmans said The Indian men’s team is here for a three-week training stint till September 27 before leaving for New Zealand for a hockey Test series Asked about other areas which he would want to improve in the Indian team he said "We want to be unpredictable and dynamic to be able to play in different styles according to different situations" "In France and Spain (where the team toured recently) we tried to implement these things We have very good players in attack who scored some very good goals like the one by Akashdeep and Ramandeep We have rooms for improvement in attack It’s good to have some series in line so that we can see how we can apply these changes" Asked if the Indian team was progressing in the right direction with less than a year left for the Rio Olympic Games he said "In India people always looked for results but we cannot always think about the result The process is important "I am happy because I see the players improving everyday They are learning new things and they are doing different things everyday We are in the process of preparing ourselves for the end result The end of the process is 11 months from now (Rio Olympics) All these tours and tournaments are just part of the process of preparing ourselves" Oltmans said the Hockey World League Finals in December will be a big event which can test the Indian team "Hockey World League Finals in Raipur in December is a big event and we want to do well But home advantage will be slight not much and I’m saying this with the experience of having travelled to other countries as coach" the Dutchman said He also confirmed that some ‘experts’ will be roped in from time to time to work with the players for short stints during the camp "We can expect some extra people coming in not only in men’s team but also in women’s team for short periods That is what I believed we will hear from the ministry is a short time" he said Asked how the players are coping up with the frequent changes in the position of chief coach he said "The reaction of the players is OK I have been here for a while and so the players know me well Every coach is different and players will have to adapt a bit There is not going to be major adjustments" Defender Jasjit Singh Khullar said that Oltmans gave more emphasis on organisation in defence and counter attacks "There is no major changes but every coach adds sometimes in technique Oltmans has emphasis on defensive structure and counter attacking hockey" said Jasjit PTI By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: January 12 2017 2:12 am Top News With the Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon slated for this Sunday additional preparations have been made this year to ensure immediate medical aid is extended to the runners on the 42 km stretch from CST station till Bandra Over 42000 people are expected to participate in the marathon a rise from over 20000 participants 13 years ago Watch What Else is Making News In a first 60 people have been trained in Basic Cardiac Life Support an American College of Cardiology certification that equips a person to give complete CPR to a heart attack patient From eight first-aid stations along the route this year 11 such stations will be set up along with over 200 medical staff and seven mobile medical bikes The number of ambulances has increased from nine to 11 this year with advanced cardio-vascular support Near CST station two medical camps will be set up with 60 beds for runners suffering from cramps muscle pain dehydration and exhaustion “Because the weather is cool and the marathon is expected to start early we hope cases of dehydration that are maximum will reduce this time” said Dr Vijay D’Silva director of critical care at Asian Heart Institute With the recent death of laparoscopic surgeon Dr Rakesh Sinha due to a sudden cardiac arrest cardiac experts have pointed towards the need for stress test and electrocardiogram to detect any blockages in heart “Running can lead to a rise in heartbeats and blockages may rupture heart vessels” D’Silva added Additionally 1000 Mumbai policemen have also been been trained on giving CPR To tackle any case of heart attack volunteers and police officers took part in a three hour training session on massaging the patient and reviving him or her in cases of cardiac arrest “Revival can help save life a runner’s life The first few minutes are critical” said D’silva In 2016 18 marathon runners had to be hospitalised for dehydration and muscle pain In 2015 a 52-year-old runner had suffered cardiac arrest and four other runners required hospitalisation In most cases while resting for some time helps the runners few have to be administered intravenous therapy In 2014 a 39-year-old banker had suffered a cardiac stroke and died after being in a comatose state for nine months Realising that runners require medical aid the most in the final 15 km stretch before the finishing line senior physiotherapists doctors and cardiologists will be spanned along the route “They will spot any runner who shows signs of distress and immediately help” said Dr Nilesh Gautam interventional cardiologist Meanwhile eight major hospitals have been roped in to provide medical aid to the runners Have a comment or suggestion for Emergency Room Write to mumbainewsline @expressindiacom with subject line: Emergency Room For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AFP | Colombo | Published: August 10 2016 10:45 pm Chaminda Vaas had a spell as Sri Lanka’s bowling coach from 2013-15 and has also coached New Zealand and Ireland (Source: Express Photo) Top News Sri Lanka appointed its most successful pace bowler Chaminda Vaas as a coaching consultant on Wednesday tasking him with identifying youngsters who can ease the team’s reliance on spin Aravinda de Silva chairman of the board’s cricket committee said Sri Lanka may enjoy a fine record on their own spin-friendly pitches but must develop teams to get results on a variety of surfaces “We have to develop teams to win outside the country… not just on turning wickets but to win in Australia on those fast wickets” he told reporters De Silva was speaking ahead of the third and final Test against Australia a series which Sri Lanka have already won thanks in large part to spinners Rangana Herath and Dilruwan Perera Sri Lanka’s fast bowlers have played only minor roles in the team’s comprehensive victories in the first two Tests Their pace attack also struggled on the recent tour of England when Sri Lanka failed to win any of their nine international in all formats De Silva said Vaas who took a total of 755 wickets in Tests and ODIs before his last appearance for Sri Lanka in 2009 would be in charge of identifying fast bowling talent around the island “Vaas is keen to take a role which we feel he will be really good at to develop some of our young cricketers from grassroot levels” de Silva said The 42-year-old would “travel around the country identify the talent out there and work with different teams and squads to get them ready for the higher level” he added Vaas had a spell as Sri Lanka’s bowling coach from 2013-15 and has also coached New Zealand and Ireland Sri Lanka have also appointed former South African cricketer and ex-Hampshire captain Nic Pothas as the team’s fielding coach For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News three of them to arch-rivals Brazil, Ross Taylor has returned after he missed the limited overs matches in Australia and then against Bangladesh due to eye surgery. 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