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Soon after, in the next 20 years, nine super speciality centres will come up on the campus.Express Archives Top News SETTING UP new nine super speciality centres with around 300 beds each; division of the campus in two parts and a complete green campus – these are some of the future plans for Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) as per the master plan that was recently approved by the UT Administration PGI officials had said approval of master plan is a mandatory requirement for any fresh construction in the Institute As per the new master plan of PGI in the next 20 years nine super speciality centres will come up on the campus “Two centres have been identified so far We have approval for setting up of a mother and childcare centre and also a neurosciences centre These two centres will come in up in the coming years” said an engineering official For the remaining seven super speciality centres officials said space had been allocated on campus According to engineering officials the institute has been divided into two zones in the master plan “There will be institutional zone and residential zones At present there is a mix of everything Under the master plan we will be able to construct ground+6 level buildings in the Institutional are and ground +4 in residential area” officials said “The existing construction in residential area is only limited to one or two level occupying large plot areas which would be now utilised for development of super speciality centres” He added that the unplanned nature of Institute has resulted in various problems including pressure of residential traffic in the Institutional area and non-availability of land for the growth in Institutional area Other than officials the new approved master plan will help in avoiding duplicity of diagnostic facilities and lab facilities “We have plans to create new super speciality centres in the vicinity of existing hospitals Once all the centres would be in one particular area it will avoid duplicity of diagnostic facilities” said the official The new master plan has also focus on a green campus The plan to set up new OT complex at PGI and construction of hostels in a particular area are among the other plans under the master plan For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Editorial | Published: July 2 2016 1:42 am Top News It is no secret that India’s agriculture has been under increasing stress over the past two years due not only to back-to-back droughts but also global factors For the most part agrarian distress is seen through the mirror held up by the disturbing phenomenon of rising farmer suicides But that is an extreme outcome More widespread changes that are unfolding in the agrarian landscape are often missed Falling lease rentals on farmland in Punjab for instance show how the rural ecosystem is being more adversely affected by market forces than its urban counterpart Nowhere is this more evident than in Punjab a state that has been described as India’s granary In the Majha region which has the largest Basmati-growing tracts annual charges for leased land have come down by up to 40 per cent This is true for the Doaba and Malwa regions of the state as well albeit for differing reasons Majha farmers have been at the receiving end of a fall in India’s agricultural exports thanks to the crash in global commodity prices As such not only have the yields of the Basmati crop fallen in the last two years the price realisation has also collapsed Basmati varieties which sold for Rs 5000 per quintal till two years ago have fetched just about Rs 1600 to Rs 1800 per quintal lately In Malwa Punjab’s main agricultural heartland the fall in lease rates has been due to intrinsically agrarian reasons: The Bt cotton crop widely cultivated in this belt suffered heavy losses due to whitefly infestation This resulted in shaving off price realisations by around 20 to 25 per cent There are at least two main implications of these falling rentals that policymakers must take note of One farmers are becoming risk averse This can be seen in the fact that they are increasingly reverting to the safe choice of growing non-Basmati rice where price realisations are assured due to the government’s minimum support price guarantee This depression in the risk-taking spirit of the farming community cannot be good news The collateral damage as it were is the certain decline in crop diversification Farmers across the belt have dropped the risky choices be it Bt Cotton or Basmati rice and chosen safer but more subsidy intensive crops such as parmal paddy For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News 2017 20:48 PM | Updated Date: Jul 12, "What do you mean by third party?" he questioned, even in Kayani’s days. with the Chinese growling at poor India for hurting Pakistan’s security.24m, leaping 8.

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