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2496 Tue 9 Jan 2018 LESSON http://www.tipitaka.org/eot Economy in Nose Dive January09, 2018 (C) Ravinder Singh progressindia2015@gmail.com Muslims produced female physicians 700 years before Americans got one Saturday January 6, 2018 12:14 PM, Zohair M Safwan, ummid.com A Fringe section of the forces threatening the Christian schools in Bihar. This forces must be stopped. UIDAI files case over Aadhaar leak report against journalist among others Move sparks widespread anger, Aadhaar data leak report: Editors Guild condemns FIR against journalist, seeks govt intervention condemns FIR against Tribune reporter over Aadhaar data breach report Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi)’s “arrogance of power” at its worst and their intention on privacy was thoroughly exposed.
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2496  Tue 9  Jan 2018 LESSON

http://www.tipitaka.org/eot


Economy in Nose Dive
January09,
2018 (C) Ravinder Singh
progressindia2015@gmail.com

Muslims produced female physicians 700 years before Americans got one
Saturday January 6, 2018 12:14 PM, Zohair M Safwan, ummid.com

A Fringe section of the forces threatening the Christian schools in Bihar.

This forces must be stopped.


UIDAI files case over Aadhaar leak report against journalist among others
Move sparks widespread anger,
Aadhaar data leak report: Editors Guild condemns FIR against journalist, seeks govt intervention
condemns FIR against Tribune reporter over Aadhaar data breach report
 
Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi)’s “arrogance of
power” at its worst and their intention on privacy was thoroughly
exposed.

 
Honorable President of India and CJI may please note that Present Government is
creating
NON PERFORMING ASSETS – which are not disclosed to the public. Just 9 Families Borrowings are Rs.16,81,580 Cr – Bank NPAs exceed Rs.10,00,000
Cr
, actual may be much more. Banks have admitted to Rs.7,30,000 Cr Wilful Defaulters.
 
Twice More Are Securing Banks Loans to Hide their
NPAs* – like RJio. Then there are HEAVILY IN-DEBT Company Taking over Another
Heavily IN-Debt Company, Loss Making Companies Taking Over Loss Making
Companies. *RIL funding RJio Losses.
 
Most of the Govt of India projects are LEAST VIABLE
like Railways, Power & Highways.
 
Industry is
Worst Affected – No Investment No IPR, Farmers Produce Rotting, Services
impacted by GST and Personals benefit borrowers.
 
Credit to 9 Families and NPAs together already far exceed all the Credit Growth
to Private Sector therefore Credit for 1300m Indians is zero or Negative.
Rs.10,00,000 Cr Credit to Farmers is an illusion
are mostly CROP Loans only – Farmers can’t Develop Storages & Processing
Facilities.
 
THESE ARE RBI FACTS. Government is planting FAKE
news like Record Sale of Luxury cars – 38989 in 2017 up from 30188 in 2013.
8701 Cars More Sales than in 2013 doesn’t reflect HEALTHY ECONOMY – 30 LUXURY
CARS PER MILLION POPULATION THAT TOO MAINLY FINANCED BY BANKS – PERSONAL LOANS.
 
 Credit Growth Rate in % 2 Yrs, 5 Yrs of UPA, NDA
3 Yrs, FY17 & FY2018
Items
2009-11
2009-14
2014-17
FY2017
FY18*
44 Mths
Non
Food 1-4
41
114
28
9%
0.3%
27.8%
1-Agriculture
36
98
48
12.4%
-0.4%
47.6%
2-Industry
54
139
6
-1.9%
-2.8%
3.2%
3-Services
39
107
35
19.5%
-2.4%
31.6%
4-Personal
Loans
22
84
56
16.7%
8.8%
70%
                                                                                                
*Nov24, 2017
 
India Needs
‘Consensus Government’ To Take Drastic Actions as Per The Law to Restore Health
of India for Next 5 Years.
 
Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
Y-77, Hauz Khas, ND -110016, India. Ph: 091- 8826415770, 9871056471, 9650421857
Ravinder
Singh* is a WIPO awarded inventor specializing in Power, Transportation,
Smart
Cities, Water, Energy Saving, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Technologies and
Projects
__._,_.___

http://www.ummid.com/…/…/female-physicians-of-the-world.html
9 Jan at 2:32 PM

Muslims produced female physicians 700 years before Americans got one
Saturday January 6, 2018 12:14 PM, Zohair M Safwan, ummid.com

Mumbai: Though the history of women in surgery in Western civilization
dates to 3500 before common era (BCE), the Muslim world produced
female medical doctors or physicians 700 years before Americans got
the one.

Follow the link below to continue reading:

http://www.ummid.com/news/2018/January/06.01.2018/female-physicians-of-the-world.html

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Muslims produced female physicians 700 years before Americans got one


Saturday January 6, 2018 12:14 PM, Zohair M Safwan, ummid.com

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Mumbai: Though the history of women in surgery in
Western civilization dates to 3500 before common era (BCE), the Muslim
world produced female medical doctors or physicians 700 years before
Americans got the one.

“Ibn Zuhr established surgery as an independent field by
introducing a training course designed specifically for future surgeons
before allowing them to perform operations independently. He
differentiated the roles of a general practitioner and a surgeon,
drawing the metaphorical “red lines” at which a physician should stop
during his management of a surgical condition, thus further helping
define surgery as a medical specialty.

“Not least, by seeing to it that both his daughter and his
granddaughter went into medicine, he became a pioneer in a different
way. Though largely limited to obstetrics, these women began a tradition
in the Muslim world that accepted females as medical doctors 700 years
before Johns Hopkins University graduated the first American female
physician”, David W. Tschanz wrote in an article published in January/February 2011 print edition of Saudi Aramco World.

For Americans, Elizabeth Blackwell, M.D. (1821-1910) is considered
as the first woman to graduate from medical school in the United States
and is often thought of as America’s first woman doctor.

However Ibn Zuhur’s daughters practiced medicine and surgery long
before Elizabeth. David Tschanz is not alone who has acknowledged this
fact.

“Ibn Zuhr’s daughter and her daughter were famous lady physicians; “âlimatin fi sina’at al tibb wa al-mudawah
(two lady scholars in medicine and therapeutics), with good experience
in the treatment of ladies”, Ibn abi Usaybi’a, the famous 13th century
medical historian, is quoted by Nizar Reda, ed. Beirut: Dar Maktabat
al-Hayat, 1965.

Ibn Zuhur, Latinized to Avenzoar, was born in 1091 CE in Seville.
He belonged to the Banu Zuhr family, known for producing two generations
of physicians.

“Ibn Zuhr, however, did not merely follow in his ancestors’
footsteps. He became the first Muslim scientist to devote himself
exclusively to medicine, and his several major discoveries were
chronicled in his books Kitab al-Taysir fi ‘l-Mudawat wa ‘l-Tadbir
(Practical Manual of Treatments and Diets) and a treatise on psychology
whose title translates Book of the Middle Course Concerning the
Reformation of Souls and Bodies, as well as Kitab al Aghdiya (Book on
Foods) that describes the health effects of diets, condiments and
drinks”, David Tschanz wrote.

He was also among the first to use anesthesia, performing hundreds
of surgeries after placing sponges soaked in a mixture of cannabis,
opium and hyoscyamus (henbane) over the patient’s face.

Interestingly, while the Muslim world was laying the foundation of
modern medicine, it was considered a sin for females to practice as a
physician in the Western world.

“Regulations for the practice of surgery were widely recognized and
often barred women. In 1313, women were banned from the practice of
surgery in Paris unless examined by a competent jury”, according to
Lipinska M. Les femmes et le progres des sciences medicales.

“In the 14th century, King Henry VIII was quoted as saying “No
carpenter, smith, weaver or women shall practise surgery”, according to
Mead KC. A history of women in medicine from the earliest times to the
beginning of the nineteenth century.

These facts give a rosy picture of the Muslim world, now plagued
by rampant violence - literally unable and struggling to carry forward
the shining legacy of their ancestors. It’s time for them to introspect
and learn lessons from the past.

“Muslims should realize that all the hullabaloos surrounding them
are solely because of their extraordinary past. Their enemies are not
only jealous but are scared of this bright history. They know that
Muslims have potential and allowing them to live in peace will give
them a chance to repeat what their ancestors has done”, Anika Sabahat, a
researcher, said.

“Muslims should realize that the coordinated efforts world over to
demonize them and rampant hate attack against them have the same
agenda”, she added.

“It is why Muslims should, ignoring such distracting tactics,
focus and concentrate on their path to knowledge and wisdom”, she said.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dS0CHzG5aWs&feature=share
A Fringe section of the forces threatening the Christian schools in Bihar.

This forces must be stopped.

Fringe forces can not be left out in the mainstream.
Madhu Chandra
National Administrator
All India Christian Council
9100952490


The fringe threatening Christian schools in Bihar
youtube.com
https://www.ndtv..com/india-news/journalist-not-the-target-suggests-police-after-outrage-over-aadhaar-fir-1797002




































































[So, shoot the messenger, anyway. To intimidate.
Then issue “clarifications’ only to obfuscate.

《An
impression is being created in media that UIDAI “is targeting the media
or whistleblowers or ’shooting the messenger’. This is not at all
true,” the authority’s statement said. But it also underlined a person’s
guilt or innocence could only be decided after a police probe and
trial.
A
copy of the First Information Report registered by the police seen by
NDTV, however, shows that the UIDAI official, BM Patnaik, had
specifically asked the police to register the case, among others,
against the journalist Rachna Khaira too.》]
Journalist Not The Target, Suggests Police After Outrage Over Aadhaar FIR
The
newspaper, The Tribune, had reported that it received an offer to buy
access into the Aadhaar database for Rs. 500, and that its journalist
was given login details to access the data.

All India | Edited by Aloke Tikku | Updated: January 07, 2018 22:13 IST
Journalist Not The Target, Suggests Police After Outrage Over Aadhaar FIR
Aadhaar faces a legal challenge in the Supreme Court over privacy concerns.

NEW DELHI:

HIGHLIGHTS
UIDAI files case over Aadhaar leak report against journalist among others
Move sparks widespread anger, UIDAI says not trying to muzzle free speech
For now, probe will focus on tracing people who sold the data: Police


Responding to widespread disapproval of the police case against a
journalist for exposing a racket that gave people unauthorised access of
Aadhaar data for a price, Delhi Police on Sunday said their probe
would, for now, focus on tracing the people who sold the password.

The
newspaper, The Tribune, had reported that it received an offer to buy
access into the Aadhaar database for Rs. 500, and that its journalist
was given login details to access the data. The journalist tried to key
in an individual’s Aadhaar number and was able to see the demographic
details of the person concerned, the newspaper had claimed.

The
expose had embarrassed the UIDAI. Its Aadhaar already faces a legal
challenge in the Supreme Court over privacy concerns. Outside, many
experts also believe that UIDAI’s model to put a great deal of private
information accessible over the internet was a flawed idea that runs the
risk of hacking despite the UIDAI claims of strong encryption system.

Madhur
Verma, spokesperson of the police in the national capital, said the
complaint sent by the Unique Identification Authority of India, or UIDAI
which governs the Aadhaar project, had mentioned the name of the
reporter who was purportedly given access.

“Investigation
has been initiated with the present focus on tracing and booking the
person who has shared the password, the Delhi Police spokesperson said
in a statement.

The
Editor’s Guild of India has responded strongly to the police case,
condemning “the UIDAI’s action to have the Tribune reporter booked by
the police as it is clearly meant to browbeat a journalist whose
investigation on the matter was of great public interest”.

“It is unfair, unjustified and a direct attack on the freedom of the press,” the top editor’s body said.

The Congress had also attacked the government for what it has described as its “arrogance of power at its worst”.

The
UIDAI, which had been quick to file the police case, had stood its
ground. The authority said its police complaint was not targeted at the
journalist but it had to name the reporter, Rachna Khaira, because she
was part of the chain of events that led to the misuse of its grievance
redress facility.

An
impression is being created in media that UIDAI “is targeting the media
or whistleblowers or ’shooting the messenger’. This is not at all
true,” the authority’s statement said. But it also underlined a person’s
guilt or innocence could only be decided after a police probe and
trial.

But UIDAI also underlined a person’s guilt or innocence could only be decided after a police probe and trial.

A
copy of the First Information Report registered by the police seen by
NDTV, however, shows that the UIDAI official, BM Patnaik, had
specifically asked the police to register the case, among others,
against the journalist Rachna Khaira too.

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/…/articles…/62403264.cms

Aadhaar data leak report: Editors Guild condemns FIR against journalist, seeks govt intervention

TIMESOFINDIA.COM | Updated: Jan 7, 2018, 21:17 IST

HIGHLIGHTS
The FIR was filed against The Tribune’s journalist Rachna Khaira who had exposed breach in Aadhaar Data
The report had revealed that how billions of Aadhaar numbers can be accessed for Rs 500


NEW DELHI: The Editors Guild of India today sought government
intervention for the withdrawal of an FIR filed by the UIDAI over a
newspaper report on the breach of details of more than one billion
Aadhaar cards and called for an “impartial” investigation into the
matter.

“Instead of penalising the reporter, UIDAI should have
ordered a thorough internal investigation into the alleged breach and
made its findings public. The Guild demands that the concerned Union
Ministry intervene and have the cases against the reporter withdrawn
apart from conducting an impartial investigation into the matter,” the
Editors Guild said in a press release.

Criticising the lodging of
the FIR, the Guild said it was “deeply concerned” over reports that
Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) Deputy Director B M
Patnaik had registered an FIR over The Tribune newspaper report in the
Crime Branch of the Delhi Police.
“The Guild condemns UIDAI’s action
to have The Tribune reporter booked by the police as it is clearly
meant to browbeat a journalist whose investigation on the matter was of
great public interest. It is unfair, unjustified and a direct attack on
the freedom of the press,” it said.

The reporter of the Tribune
newspaper has been booked under the Indian Penal Code sections 419
(punishment for cheating under impersonation), 420 (cheating), 468
(forgery), 471 (using a forged document) and also under sections of the
Information Technology Act and the Aadhar Act, it added.

Patnaik
has informed the police that an input was received from The Tribune
newspaper that it purchased a service being offered by anonymous sellers
over WhatsApp that provided unrestricted access to details of any of
the more than 1 billion Aadhaar numbers, according to the police.


The FIR mentions the names of the journalist and the people the
reporter reached out to purchase the Aadhaar data, but they have not
been shown as accused, the police said.
“The Tribune report of
January 3 by journalist had exposed how, for a small sum of money made
to a payment bank, an agent of a private group would allegedly create a
gateway to access details contained in an individual’s Aadhaar card,”
the Guild said.

Snipped


India
News: NEW DELHI: The Editors Guild of India today termed the FIR filed
against a journalist who had exposed breach in Aadhaar data “unfair,
unjustified and a direct…
timesofindia.indiatimes.com

http://www.hindustantimes.com/…/story-FGZgrfSlqWAJ25RUy9inD…

Congress condemns FIR against Tribune reporter over Aadhaar data breach report
The Congress alleges it was Narendra Modi government’s “arrogance of
power” at its worst and their intention on privacy was thoroughly
exposed.

INDIA Updated: Jan 07, 2018 18:55 IST

Indo Asian News Service, New Delhi


The Congress on Sunday condemned the lodging of an FIR against The
Tribune daily and its reporter Rachna Khaira over Aadhaar data breach
story.

After a January 3 news report by The Tribune over breach
in Aadhaar data with a headline “Rs 500, 10 minutes, and you have access
to billion Aadhaar details”, the Unique Identification Authority of
India (UIDAI) has registered an FIR against the newspaper and reporter
Rachna Khaira.

The Congress party said it was Narendra Modi
government’s “arrogance of power” at its worst and their intention on
privacy was thoroughly exposed.

“Intent and Intentions of Modi
government on privacy were thoroughly exposed when it had proclaimed
that no citizen can have an absolute right over his/her body,” said
Congress spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala on Twitter.

“In
Supreme Court, Modi government had accepted Aadhaar data leak! Now
instead of investigating, an evasive Modiji shoots the messenger!” he
added.

Earlier, he tweeted: “Shoot the messenger, Ignore the message! This typifies the culture and character of BJP government.

“FIR against The Tribune reporter is arrogance of power at its worst,” said Surjewala.

He also said: “Every Indian must condemn this mindless act of Modi government and UIDAI.”

Peace Is Doable


The
Congress alleges it was Narendra Modi government’s “arrogance of power”
at its worst and their intention on privacy was thoroughly exposed.
hindustantimes.com

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