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They bowled with pace,we know that.Shivraj Patil, lack of a civil service that can deliver outcomes; 3. unwillingness of the better-off classes to shoulder a part of the burden of the Government Austerity has a connection to the first problem But even when adequate funds are provided there is the second problem that the outcomes are dismal: look at the outcomes of the Clean Ganga project or the RRR project for water bodies or the Accelerated Irrigation Benefit Programme There have been honourable exceptions — abolition of polio and delivery of education loans The third problem is the self-absorbed affluent classes which let the country down by refusing to pay their taxes or fulfill the social obligations they have undertaken (eg promise to build school toilets) Austerity for macro-economic stability must be balanced with targeted expenditure to get rid of deprivation Not often do Governments succeed in striking the right balance @Pchidambaram_IN Website: pchidambaramin For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 18 2017 2:39 am University of Mumbai (File photo) Top News The central government has appointed M A Khan the registrar of the University of Mumbai as the new CEO of the Central Haj Committee By choosing Khan the government has broken its tradition of appointing a deputy secretary-rank official of the Centre to head the body The Haj Committee is the nodal agency that regulates the pilgrimage in India According to the bilateral agreement between India and Saudi Arabia 170 lakh pilgrims can go for the Haj in 2017 Under the present arrangement 125 lakh will go through the Haj Committee while 45000 seats have been earmarked for private operators Headquartered in Mumbai the Haj Committee is mandated with looking into the administrative logistical and day-to-day needs of the pilgrims The CEO is appointed for a five-year period and the previous CEO Ata-ur-Rahman had been relieved last month “I have served as registrar at the University of Mumbai and now I am ready to take on a new responsibility I will do my best to do justice to the role” Khan said He has requested the university to relieve him of his duties by July 20 “Since we are in the middle of the Haj season I have been asked to join at the earliest I have asked to be released by July 20 so I can join the Committee on July 21” he said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: July 15 2010 1:04 pm Related News Surgeons could soon use ready-made human body parts to repair injuries or patch-up worn out organs of patientsscientists have claimed They are perfecting in developing bare “scaffold building blocks” of body parts whichthey saidcould be used as a frame for a patient’s own cells to grow around Experts said the scaffold for the most commonly used parts could be created in advance and stored ready for use when neededthe Telegraph reported The techniquewhich has already been successful in creating a new section of windpipe for patientsinvolves taking a piece of dead donor or animal body part and removing all the soft tissue so just the bare structure is left Thenstem cells from the patient can then be placed on the frame and will regrow into a new body part for themaccording to the scientists Prof John Fisher from The University of Leeds said banks of scaffolds of all kinds of body tissue can be created to facilitate doctors in transplants Speaking at the UK National Stem Cell Network Annual Science Meeting in NottinghamProf Fisher said that he and his team have been working on to create the scaffolds from dead donors or animals He said: “If you take a natural tissue and strip off all of the donor’s cells you’re left with a biological scaffold made mostly of a protein called collagenwhich is compatible with the patient receiving the scaffold “That scaffold is good from an engineering perspective because it’s strongflexible and retains the properties of the natural tissue It also has the appropriate shape and sizeand from a biological perspective is good because a patient’s cells can bind to it and repopulate it easily” According to the scientistthe advantage of the method is that the patient will not reject the transplanted tissue as foreign because the scaffold is stripped of all material that can trigger rejection and the soft tissue is grown from their own stem cells It means patients can avoid powerful immunosurpressant drugs which shorten life expectancy and can increase the risk of cancerhe said According to Prof Fisherthe transplants are also expected to last longer than those in use currently because the technique overcomes the problem of rejection He said chemically treated and strengthened prosthetic heart valves from pigsfor examplehave been in used in human transplants for more than a decadebut the chemical process which stops them from being rejected by the patient’s immune system also leaves them lifeless so they degrade over time and need to be replaced “These new biological scaffolds will provide off-the-shelf tissues for surgeons for repairing blood vessels after surgery for blocked arteriesfor repairing knee cartilage after sporting injuries and cartilage tearsfor repairing torn ligaments or tendons and for heart valve repair or replacement” he added Scaffolds derived from human donor tissue are being developed by the NHS Blood & Transplant Tissue Serviceswhile scaffolds developed from animal tissues are being developed and commercialised by Tissue Regenix Group PLC For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News Madhya Pradesh,’” Answers are not easy. 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