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The Mumbai police cannot confirm whether there have been any casualties yet.members of the coordination committee are: General Secretary in-charge (Digvijay Singh), The centre will also be useful for research as we will be able to identify diseases that are hereditary and have a genetic bearing, said Surgeon Vice Admiral K M SuryanarayanaDirector GeneralMedical Services (Navy) Set up at a cost of Rs 25 crorethe profiling centre is unique as so far only USA and Israel have such facilities The identity of the dead body can be easily established by DNA profiling once the DNA profile of the individual is available in a data bank with the authorities The DGAFMS also expressed concern over lifestyle diseasesspecially cancerboth in the armed forces and across the country While medical check-ups are conducted for the armed forces personnel annuallynowmedical examination will also be conducted every five years for diseases like hypertension and diabetessaid Lt Gen G RamdasDirector General Medical Services (Army) The inaugural ceremony witnessed release of the golden jubilee souvenir as well as a compendium of completed AFMRC Projects Six award winning AFMRC research projects were presented at the ceremony Since the first project on artificial limbs was launchedthe AFMRC has sanctioned and guided over 4000 research projects and from Rs 4369 lakh sanctioned for research activities in 1994-95 the financial support has touched close to Rs 5 crore in 2010- 2011 For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AFP | United Nations | Published: October 24 2017 7:59 am The measure is facing a possible veto from Russia Syria’s ally which wants to first see a report due on Thursday on a sarin gas attack in Khan Sheikhun before deciding on the fate of the inquiry (Representational) Related News The United Nations Security Council will vote today on whether to extend an international investigation of chemical weapons attacks in Syria — a measure that could be vetoed by Russia The United States requested a vote on a draft resolution it presented last week that would allow the joint UN-Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) panel to continue for another year its work of identifying who is behind toxic gas attacks in Syria’s six-year war The measure is facing a possible veto from Russia Syria’s ally which wants to first see a report due on Thursday on a sarin gas attack in Khan Sheikhun before deciding on the fate of the inquiry US Ambassador Nikki Haley has urged the council to “act now” to support the continued work of the panel known as the Joint Investigative Mechanism (JIM) Its mandate ends on November 18 The United States accuses Russia of linking the JIM’s survival to its findings on the April 4 Khan Sheikhun attack Britain France and the United States have accused President Bashar al-Assad’s forces of using sarin on the opposition-held village killing at least 87 people including more than 30 children Last month UN war crimes investigators said they had evidence that the Syrian air force was behind the Khan Sheikhun attack despite repeated denials from Damascus “This is not about politics or the contents of the next report but about ensuring accountability for those who are using these terrible weapons whether they are UN member states or non-state actors” Haley wrote in a letter to fellow ambassadors last week Russia could decide to use its veto power at the council to block the draft resolution and effectively shut down the investigation of deadly gas attacks in Syria The head of Russia’s non-proliferation department Mikhail Ulyanov told UN diplomats earlier this month that Russia wants to study the report on Khan Sheikhun by the JIM to “judge if it deserves the extension” Ulyanov said the sarin attack was most likely caused by a bomb set off directly on the ground and not by a Syrian air strike Haley argued that the OPCW was reviewing more than 60 cases of alleged chemical weapons use in Syria including a recently-uncovered sarin attack on an opposition-held village on March 30 The OPCW does not have a mandate to assign blame for the attacks leaving that determination to the JIM The JIM has already concluded that Syrian government forces were responsible for chlorine attacks on three villages in 2014 and 2015 and that Islamic State jihadist group used mustard gas in 2015 In February a resolution put forward by the United States Britain and France to impose sanctions on Syrian officials who were allegedly involved in those chlorine attacks was vetoed by Russia and China All five countries have veto power in the 15-member Security Council For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Wisconsin | Published: April 19 2017 11:04 am Early in February President Donald Trump shakes hands with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the Oval Office of the White House (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) Top News US President Donald Trump promised on Tuesday to defend American dairy farmers who have been hurt by Canada’s protectionist trade practices during a visit to the cheese-making state of Wisconsin Canada’s dairy sector is protected by high tariffs on imported products and controls on domestic production as a means of supporting prices that farmers receive It is frequently criticized by other dairy-producing countries “We’re also going to stand up for our dairy farmers” Trump said in Kenosha Wisconsin “Because in Canada some very unfair things have happened to our dairy farmers and others” Trump did not detail his concerns but promised his administration would call the government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and demand an explanation “It’s another typical one-sided deal against the United States and it’s not going to be happening for long” Trump said Trump also reiterated his threat to eliminate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with Canada and Mexico if it cannot be changed US dairy industry groups want Trump to urge Trudeau to halt a pricing policy that has disrupted some US dairy exports and prioritize dairy market access in NAFTA renegotiation talks “A WTO complaint would be a last resort because it would take five or six years to come to any resolution” said Jaime Castaneda senior vice president for the US Dairy Export Council Canada’s dairy farmers agreed last year to sell milk ingredients used for cheese-making to Canadian processors which include Saputo Inc and Parmalat Canada Inc at prices competitive with international rates The pricing agreement was a response to growing US exports of milk proteins that were not subject to Canada’s high tariffs Canada’s envoy to Washington on Tuesday sent a letter to the governors of New York and Wisconsin – both major dairy states – saying US producers’ problems stemmed from overproduction rather than Canadian policy In the letter released by Ottawa ambassador David MacNaughton said Canada’s dairy industry was less protectionist than its US counterpart Industry groups in New Zealand Australia the European Union Mexico and the United States complained the new prices for Canadian milk ingredients under-cut exports to Canada “President Trump’s reaction is not surprising He is defending his domestic dairy industry” said Jacques Lefebvre CEO of Dairy Processors Association of Canada “Further communications with the Canadian government will broaden his perspective” The Dairy Farmers of Canada said it was confident Ottawa would “continue to protect and defend” the dairy industry For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Updated: June 5 2017 9:58 am US President Donald Trump (Reuters Photo) Related News A day after the London terror attack which claimed seven lives and left dozens hospitalised President Donald Trump has vowed to do whatever necessary to protect the United States “As President I will do what is necessary to prevent this threat from spreading to our shores and work every single day to protect the safety and security of our country our communities and our people” he said yesterday Trump said he has spoken to British Prime Minister Theresa May on the horrific attack The president said that he has expressed his unwavering support to the US allies in the United Kingdom During the conversation he “pledged that the US will do everything in our power to assist the United Kingdom and its citizens as they work to protect their country and to bring those that are guilty to justice” “America sends our thoughts our prayers and our deepest sympathies to the victims of this evil slaughter and we renew our resolve — stronger than ever before — to protect the United States and its allies from a vile enemy that has waged war on innocent life And it’s gone on too long This bloodshed must end This bloodshed will end” Trump said British Police has arrested a dozen people in connection with the deadly attack on London Bridge in a widening probe after attackers used large knives and vans to kill seven people in the heart of London The attackers were shot dead within minutes of the attack Islamic State has claimed the responsibility as per media reports For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLt Gen Kakria said,This small step today will have a large impact tomorrow in helping us identify soldiers who lost in battle and cannot be identified Initiallya pilot project will be launched with collection of 1000 blood samples from forward areas? “Friendship has a profound significance for Argentinians, For all the latest World News, The message would read — ‘PLEASE HELP. 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