Software sales slip at Aveva

first_img Express KCS Software sales slip at Aveva Monday 26 January 2015 8:11 pm More From Our Partners Russell Wilson, AOC among many voicing support for Naomi Osakacbsnews.comNative American Tribe Gets Back Sacred Island Taken 160 Years Agogoodnewsnetwork.orgKamala Harris keeps list of reporters who don’t ‘understand’ her: reportnypost.comAstounding Fossil Discovery in California After Man Looks Closelygoodnewsnetwork.orgFlorida woman allegedly crashes children’s birthday party, rapes teennypost.comBrave 7-Year-old Boy Swims an Hour to Rescue His Dad and Little Sistergoodnewsnetwork.orgInside Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis’ not-so-average farmhouse estatenypost.comPolice Capture Elusive Tiger Poacher After 20 Years of Pursuing the Huntergoodnewsnetwork.orgA ProPublica investigation has caused outrage in the U.S. this weekvaluewalk.com Share whatsapp whatsapp Show Comments ▼ AVEVA, whose software is used to design power plants and oil and gas facilities, warned investors yesterday that its sales have been stuttering due to falling oil prices.The company is reliant on the oil and gas market for 45 per cent of its revenues, but said it is “experiencing increased uncertainty and reduced visibility” in the sector which has been “exaggerated recently by the sharp decline in oil price”.Despite the setbacks, however, Aveva has a strong balance sheet and finished 2014 with cash of £120m.Shares fell 1.43 per cent to close at 1,379p in London yesterday. Tags: NULLlast_img read more

News / How to solve port congestion the biggest question facing global trade, says FMC

first_imgBy Mike Wackett 16/07/2015 The US Federal Maritime Commission has said that resolving congestion at container terminals is “in many ways today’s most critical and relevant trade-related issue”.An 83-page FMC report on US port congestion, based on the feedback from four public forums held at major gateways during the supply chain crisis in the second half of 2014, was released on Tuesday.It identifies the six most discussed issues at the forums that need to be addressed to improve the nation’s logistics performance – which currently lags behind European countries such as Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and the UK, where ports have all also had to contend and overcome terminal and landside congestion in the past few years.The report (which you can access here) focuses on capital investment and planning; chassis availability; vessel and terminal operations; drayage & truck turn time; extended hours/PierPASS; and collaboration and communication between stakeholders.The FMC says questions remain about whether container yard and landside facilities are able to cope with the greater volume of containers being discharged from the bigger ships deployed by ocean carriers, whether container lines are prepared to pay for the additional resources required to handle these vessels and whether terminal operators have the labour flexibility to clear cargo backlogs.Chassis operations were thought by many to be a key factor in landside delays, and much more of a pinch point affecting intermodal operations since ocean carriers decided to divest their own chassis pools.Reflecting the fact that ocean carriers have traditionally provided them in the US, most continue to be stored and maintained on marine terminals “in a comparatively harsh operating environment”. The problem, expressed by many trucking concerns at the forums, is that the chassis are subject to damage.Indeed, once drivers locate an available chassis they are required to conduct a pre-trip inspection to check its condition, such as its locking pins, tyres and mudguards. If even minor problems are found, truck drivers are obliged to take the unit to an on-dock repair shop or run the risk of committing a highway violation.As a result, too much driver time is spent searching around a terminal for a chassis in good order. The consensus from the forums was that there are currently not enough chassis to cope, especially during peak periods, and that those that are available are often damaged.One stakeholder suggested making the area inside a terminal where chassis are picked up “more like a car rental lot”.The FMC noted that the introduction of a so-called ‘grey’ chassis pool at certain US ports had improved the situation since the forums.Such is the importance of trade to the health of the US economy, the FMC says it is considering establishing an additional advisory committee, led by industry experts, which would work with the commission to identify and help resolve congestion at container ports.Chairman Mario Cordero said: “International trade relies on our nation’s ports, therefore port congestion is a paramount question at the international supply chain level.last_img read more

Deaths in Laois – Wednesday, June 12, 2019

first_img Deaths in Laois – Wednesday, June 12, 2019 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR GAA Below are the recent deaths in Laois.Ar Dheis De go raibh a anam.Fintan DoranClontarf, Dublin / Killeshin, LaoisDORAN Fintan, (Clontarf, Dublin and Keelogue, Killeshin, Co. Laois), (Eircom-Retired), peacefully on June 10th 2019, surrounded by his family. A Beloved husband and father, he will be sadly missed by his wife Teresa, sons Eamonn and Martin, daughters Maebh and Síle, daughters-in-law Sally and Deirdre, sons-in-law Charles and Paul, grandchildren Grace, Oscar, Samuel, Cian and Aoife, and wider circle of family and friends.Reposing at his home tomorrow, Wednesday, from 4pm to 8pm. Removal on Thursday morning to the Church of St. John the Baptist, Clontarf for 10am Mass followed by burial in Dardistown Cemetery. Family flowers only but donations, if desired, would be appreciated to either St. Francis Hospice, Raheny or the Irish Cancer Society.John (Sean) DunneMountmellick, LaoisJohn (Sean) Dunne Nyra, Rosenallis Co.Laois. Died peacefully June the 11th in the loving care of Oakdale Nursing Home Portarlington. Predeceased by his parents John and Christina and his brother Richard (Dick). Deeply regretted by his cousins, neighbours and many friends.Reposing at Moloney’s Funeral Home Mountmellick on Wednesday from 7 o’clock Recital of the rosary at 9 o’clock. Prayers in the funeral home on Thursday morning at 9 o’clock. Removal at 9:30 to St.Mary’s Church Clonaghadoo arriving for 10 o’clock Requiem Mass. Burial afterwards in St.Mary’s Cemetery.Aaron Kelly-GormanCherrygrove, Portlaoise, LaoisDeeply regretted by his loving parents Michael Gorman and Fiona Kelly. Brothers Brandon Noah, Junaid, and sisters Cloe and Aisha. Grandparents Fint and Anne, Frances Kelly. Uncles, aunts, cousins, relatives and friends. Predeceased by his brother Craig.Reposing at his grandparents residence at Cherrygrove from 3 pm on Tuesday with rosary at 8 pm. Removal on Wednesday to arrive at SS Peter and Paul’s Church for 10 am Requiem Mass. Interment afterwards in SS Peter and Paul’s Cemetery.Jim McCormackShankill, Dublin/Clonmel, Tipperary /Portlaoise, LaoisJim McCormack of Shankill, Co. Dublin and late of Clonmel, Co. Tipperary and Portlaoise, Co. Laois and the Courts Service died on 8th June, 2019 at Blackrock Clinic, husband of Hazel and father of Mark, Peter, Sheila and Ronald, granddad of Rachel, Jordan, Jayne, Hannah, Oscar, Harry, Emily, Jack, Rebecca and the late Thomas Ethan and great-grandad of Theo. Sadly missed by his heartbroken family and many friends.Reposing at Colliers Funeral Home, Old Connaught Avenue, Bray on Tuesday, 11th June, from 8.00pm to 9.30pm. Requiem Mass on Wednesday, 12th June, at 11.30am in St. Anne’s Church, Shankill followed by burial in Shanganagh Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations, if desired, to the Irish Lung Fibrosis Assosciation can be made at the funeral home, church or online at ilfa.ieWilliam (Bill) ThompsonFr Connor Cresent, Mountrath, LaoisWilliam (Bill) Thompson, Fr. O’Connor Cresent, Mountrath, Co.Laois. Died 9th June 2019 (peacefully) at the Midlands Regional Hospital Portlaoise. Deeply regretted by his nephews, nieces, brother-in-law Dan, sister-in-law Sheila, extended family, neighbours and friends.Reposing at Burke’s Funeral Home on Tuesday evening from 7 o’clock, with Rosary at 9 o’clock. Removal on Wednesday morning at 10.30 o’clock to St. Fintan’s Church Mountrath, for Requiem Mass at 11o’clock, followed by burial in St. Fintan’s Cemetery.Daniel ByrneO’Moores Forest, Ballyfin, LaoisDaniel Byrne, O’Moore’s Forest, Ballyfin, Co Laois. Died June 8th 2019. Deeply regretted by his wife Kathleen and family, Pat, Danny, Roísín and Anthony, grandchildren, brothers, sisters, daughters-in-law, son-in-law, nephews, nieces, brothers and sisters-in-law, relatives and friends.Reposing in Moloney’s Funeral Home, Mountmellick on Monday from 6pm. Recital of The Rosary at 8pm. Funeral arriving St Fintan’s Church, Ballyfin on Tuesday for 11am Requiem Mass. Burial after in St. Fintan’s Cemetery.House private please.Margaret Holland (née Lawless)Glenall Rock Road, Borris-in-Ossory, Laois / Mountrath, LaoisMargaret Holland (neé Lawless) Glenall Rock Road, Borris-in-Ossory and formerly of Trumera, Mountrath, Co. Laois, died 8th June 2019 (peacefully) at the General Hospital Naas, surrounded by her loving family. Predeceased by her beloved husband Seamus, sadly missed by her children Seamus and Sara, grandchildren Cameron, Erika and Seb, daughter-in-law Jude and Patrick, brothers Pat, John and Matt, sisters Mary and Anne, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, extended family neighbours and friends.Reposing at her home Glenall Rock Road (R32 T92D), on Sunday and Monday evening from 6 o’clock, with rosary both evenings at 8 o’clock. Removal on Tuesday morning to St. Canice’s Church, Borris-in-Ossory, for Requiem Mass at 11 o’clock, followed by burial in St. Fintan’s Cemetery, Mountrath.House Private on Tuesday morning, please.Margaret (Rita) O’Connor (née McDonald)Roskelton, Mountrath, LaoisMargaret (Rita) O’Connor, (neé McDonald), Roskelton, Mountrath, (R32 XC94) and formally of Rossbawn, Ballaghmore, Co.Laois. Died 8th June 2019, (suddenly) at the Midlands Regional Hospital Tullamore, surrounded by her loving family. Predeceased by her beloved husband Dan, and her brother Willie. Deeply regretted by her loving family Eilish, Daniel, Mairead and Annie, grandchildren Conor, Lilly, Rosie, Caoimhe, Oisín, Niamh, Conall, Jack and Ellie, brothers Jimmy and John, sisters Kathleen, Marian and Agnes, extended family, neighbours and friends.Reposing at her residence Roskelton (R32 XC94) on Sunday evening from 8. o’clock with Rosary at 9 o’clock. Removal on Monday evening at 7 o’clock to St. Fintan’s Church Raheen, arriving at 7.30 o’clock. Requiem Mass on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o’clock, followed by burial in the adjoining cemetery.Liam GormanClonaghadoo, Geashill, Offaly/Mountmellick, LaoisLiam Gorman, Clonaghadoo, Geashill, Co Offaly, died 7th of June, peacefully in his home surrounded by his loving family. Predeceased by his father Patrick (Paddy) and his brother Paul, Grandchildren Richie and Jesse and his nephew Robert. Deeply regretted by his loving wife Helen, his sons Kevin and Liam, his daughters Pamela, Sinead and Deirdre, his mother Mary, his brothers Pat, Christy, Mike, John, Kevin, Raymond and Alan, his sisters Kay, Imelda, Rosaleen, Fiona and Marianne, uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, neighbours, relatives and a large circle of family and friends.Reposing in his home on Saturday from 4pm with recital of the Rosary at 8pm. Reposing in his home on Sunday from 2pm with recital of the Rosary at 8pm. Removal on Monday morning at 10.35am to St Mary’s Church Clonaghadoo arriving for 11 O’clock Requiem Mass with burial afterwards in Clonaghadoo Cemetery. House private on Monday morning, please. Donations if desired to Laois Palliative Care.Mary Sheeran (née Anderson)Rathmoyle, Abbeyleix, LaoisPredeceased by her husband John and sons Bernard and John in her 86th. year.Deeply regretted by her sons Patrick, Fergal and Stephen, daughters Elizabeth, Cathleen, Jackie, Christina, and Rosie, brothers Seany and Brendan, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren,extended family relatives and friends.Reposing in the Chapel Of Adoration adjoining the Church Of The Most Holy Rosary Abbeyleix from 6pm. on Sunday with Rosary at 8pm. Removal to the Church Of The Most Holy Rosary on Monday for 11am. Requiem Mass. Burial afterwards in St. Patrick’s Cemetery.SEE ALSO – Deaths in Laois – Tuesday, June 11, 2019 WhatsApp Facebook WhatsApp 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin Facebook Previous articleJOB VACANCY: Sparrow Insurance are looking to hire a Personal Lines Account ExecutiveNext articleCall for volunteer mentors to support local young people Siun Lennonhttp://heresosiun.blogspot.ie/2016/09/the-lekkie-piccie-experience.htmlSiún Lennon joined LaoisToday in a full-time capacity after studying Journalism and New Media in the University of Limerick. She hails from Rosenallis and her interests vary from news, sports and politics. Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results Pinterest Twitter Home Deaths Deaths in Laois – Wednesday, June 12, 2019 Deaths GAA TAGSDeaths in Laois Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory By Siun Lennon – 12th June 2019 Twitter Pinterest GAA last_img read more

Major index providers launch index industry trade body

MSCI, S&P Indices and FTSE have created the Index Industry Association, the three major index providers said Tuesday. The association will serve as an official, representative body for the global index industry. It will advocate for the interests of index users and providers worldwide, and aim to educate investors on the attributes and role of indices within the investment process. “The launch of this association signifies an important milestone for the index industry. The IIA will promote the agenda of our industry and push for new, universal standards for best practice, independence and transparency,” said the chief executives of MSCI, S&P Indices and FTSE, Henry Fernandez, Alexander Matturri and Mark Makepeace. Created as a not-for-profit institution, the IIA will be open to membership from index businesses worldwide. It will function as an independent organisation with dedicated resources, representing a global membership from its headquarters in New York. “This independent membership structure will enable the IIA to focus on its key objectives, including the support of intellectual property rights, and to work with relevant regulatory bodies around the world for the benefit of the industry and its clients,” the firms said. The initial board of directors will comprise representatives of the founding companies, and representatives from the membership. A search is currently underway for an executive director to lead the IIA. Share this article and your comments with peers on social media James Langton Facebook LinkedIn Twitter read more

TSX finishes just shy of all time record close

first_img S&P/TSX composite hits highest close since March on strength of financials sector Related news Keywords Marketwatch Toronto stock market dips on weakness in the energy and financials sectors TSX gets lift from financials, U.S. markets rise to highest since March It was again a record-breaking day in U.S. markets as the Dow Jones industrial average closed above 20,000 points for the first time. The Dow ended the day up 155.80 points, or 0.78%, at 20,068.51, led by gains in banks and other financial companies. It had been flirting with the 20,000 milestone for several weeks, and although some may think of the gauge as just a psychological barrier for investors, investment adviser Michael Currie says it can be a sign that the good times in equities is not coming to an end any time soon. “It’s easy to say it’s just a number but the last few times it broke a (new) thousand it did signal a start for at least a month or two or three, an uptrend,” said Currie, who is also a vice president at TD Wealth. “It gives people optimism, gets people who are not in the market getting back into it again, thinking its good. Historically, it’s a positive signal and keeps things going (higher), at least in the short term.” North American stock markets have been rising steadily for the past several months since Trump was elected president on Nov. 8, a phenomenon analysts have nicknamed the “Trump Rally” or the “Trump Bump.” Investors are buoyed by the belief that the economy will grow and industries such as banking and energy will benefit from his plans to loosen regulations, lower taxes and spark infrastructure spending. “There is nothing but optimism, except for a few blips on some days,” Currie said. “As an investor you can’t really ask for much more.” He said the reason why financial institutions are the top performers on the Dow, which measures 30 blue chip stocks from various U.S. industries, and on the TSX is that they stand to benefit in a climate with fewer regulations. Elsewhere in major U.S. markets, the S&P 500 was up 18.30 points at 2,298.37, while the Nasdaq composite was ahead by 55.38 points at 5,656.34 — both at record closes. The Canadian dollar rallied for a third day in a row, climbing 0.55 of a U.S. cent to US76.53¢ against a weaker greenback. Crude oil futures for March dipped US43¢ at US$52.75 and February gold fell US$13 at US$1,197.80 per ounce. March natural gas contracts added US5¢ at US$3.35 per mmBTU and March copper contracts were unchanged at US$2.71 per pound. center_img Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Share this article and your comments with peers on social media The Toronto stock market ended Wednesday just a few points shy of its record high close and Wall Street continued its tear as investors remain optimistic about President Donald Trump’s grand plans for the U.S. economy. The S&P/TSX composite index gained 33.15 points at 15,643.84, with financial stocks racking up gains. The benchmark had surpassed its record close of 15,657.63 set on Sept. 3, 2014, in the morning but had pulled back later in the afternoon, weighed down by losses from the gold and materials sectors. Linda Nguyen last_img read more

PM Says IMF Talks Not Shrouded in Secrecy

first_imgRelatedPM Says IMF Talks Not Shrouded in Secrecy RelatedPM Says IMF Talks Not Shrouded in Secrecy RelatedPM Says IMF Talks Not Shrouded in Secrecy PM Says IMF Talks Not Shrouded in Secrecy Finance & Public ServiceJuly 29, 2009center_img Advertisements FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Prime Minister, the Hon. Bruce Golding, says there is no secrecy surrounding the discussions between the Government and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on the conditionalities of the US$ 1.2 billion loan facility the Government is seeking.Mr. Golding said that a number of factors will determine the conditionalities Jamaica will face under the agreement. These considerations include the country’s large debt consuming a significant portion of each dollar spent, the ability to achieve fiscal deficit targets and the insufficient external account.The Prime Minister was speaking to journalists at Wednesday’s (July 29) post-Cabinet press briefing at Jamaica House.He said that the focus of the discussions will be on fiscal targets.“We set a target of 5.5 per cent for this year. What are we going to do to achieve it, when the revenues on which that target was based are underperforming? Up to the end of June, we were 11 per cent below projections. We were 7 per cent below last year. That’s a huge fall-out,” he conceded.“You make up that either from additional revenue sources and measures – which I don’t think is a possibility, I don’t believe that the country has the capacity to cough up any more revenues – or you do it from expenditure accounts,” he added.The Prime Minister said this is where the emphasis will be, but insisted that the IMF would not dictate where the cut-backs are to be made.“The IMF has agreed with us that the social safety net, at all costs, must be protected. We cannot afford to move resources from the security forces; we cannot afford to cut resources from education. I am not going to be prepared to allow any cut in the resources for health. Everything else will have to help us to bear some of the burden,” he said.Mr. Golding pointed out that, whether or not there is an IMF intervention, the country would have had to get its fiscal target back in line.“At 5.5 per cent, you are close to the limit of what the financial market in Jamaica is able to finance, it cannot finance unlimited deficit. In addition to that, the more deficit we ask the financial community here to finance, is the higher the interest rates, and we have to get those interest rates down, not only to get businesses to survive this crisis, but also to help those businesses that may be able to find opportunities, even in the midst of the crisis, to expand or to go into new ventures,” he said.The Government expects to complete the preparatory work and documentation for the agreement with the IMF by mid-August, and to make a formal submission to the Executive Board of the Fund in September.Mr. Golding said some 90 per cent of the details of the agreement have been ironed out, and assured that the Government wants to make its final decision based on consultations.last_img read more

Clark County Public Health releases report examining community health needs

first_img guestLabel Name*Email*Website guestLabel Clark County Public Health releases report examining community health needsPosted by ClarkCountyToday.comDate: Friday, August 16, 2019in: Community News, Healthshare 0 Clark County Public Health will use findings from the assessment to demonstrate community need when applying for grants and identify areas of emphasis for prevention work VANCOUVER — Clark County Public Health and its partners in the Healthy Columbia Willamette Collaborative recently released the 2019 Community Health Needs Assessment. The assessment highlights community health needs across the Portland-metro area, including Clark County and Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties in Oregon.Clark County Public Health will use findings from the assessment to demonstrate community need when applying for grants and identify areas of emphasis for prevention work. Collaborative members will work together to address the issues impacting all four counties. The full report is open to the public, and other organizations are invited to utilize it.The report looks at factors contributing to the core issues and uses data to provide an overall picture of the metro area, as well as compare the four counties. Along with identifying the core issues, the report offers specific avenues of approach for addressing them.With an emphasis on using community input, the collaborative identified discrimination, racism, and trauma as the overarching issues influencing health concerns of people living in the region. The assessment explores seven other core issues impacting the health of community members in the region:chronic conditionssexually transmitted infectionsbehavioral healthcommunity representationculturally responsive careaccess to health care, transportation and resourcesisolationTo identify these areas of focus for the 2019 Community Health Needs Assessment, the collaborative and partners hosted four town halls and 18 community listening sessions across the region, with more than 200 participants.In addition to the regional core issues, some statistics and data points are shared in the appendices for each county. Here are some of the Clark County highlights (as compared to the other three counties):Lowest median income among Hispanics/Latinos ($15,171) and those reporting two or more races ($15,935)Highest percent of residents commuting to work by driving alone (78.9 percent)Lowest percent of residents commuting to work using public transportation (2.3 percent), carpooling (9.0 percent), or walking (1.9 percent)Lowest percentage of 8th graders that were food insecure (8.6 percent)Lowest rate of social associations, indicating isolation from the communityHighest percentage of population with a routine checkup in the previous year (68.6 percent)The Healthy Columbia Willamette Collaborative includes four health departments, 15 hospitals and one coordinated care organization from the four-county metro area.The full report is available to the public and can be found at https://comagine.org/program/hcwc/2019-community-health-needs-assessment-report .Direct link to a PDF of the report: https://comagine.org/sites/default/files/resources/HCWC-Community-Health-Needs-Assessment-Report-July2019.pdfInformation provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textTags:Clark CountyVancouvershare 0 Previous : Area schools struggling to get students in compliance with new MMR Vaccine exemption rules Next : ‘Relationships drive change’ — The Boys and Girls Club of Southwest WashingtonAdvertisementThis is placeholder text I allow to create an accountWhen you login first time using a Social Login button, we collect your account public profile information shared by Social Login provider, based on your privacy settings. We also get your email address to automatically create an account for you in our website. Once your account is created, you’ll be logged-in to this account.DisagreeAgreecenter_img Name*Email*Website Subscribe Connect with LoginI allow to create an accountWhen you login first time using a Social Login button, we collect your account public profile information shared by Social Login provider, based on your privacy settings. We also get your email address to automatically create an account for you in our website. Once your account is created, you’ll be logged-in to this account.DisagreeAgreeNotify of new follow-up comments new replies to my comments I allow to use my email address and send notification about new comments and replies (you can unsubscribe at any time). 0 Comments Inline FeedbacksView all commentslast_img read more

When singing in the car isn’t enough, here’s the Carpool Karaoke mic

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Tattvan E-Clinics to provide healthcare services in villages

first_img E-clinic will provide healthcare services in nine villages across Bareilly, Kashipur, Saharanpur, Dehradun, PilibhitTattvan, a telemedicine healthcare e-clinic, is connecting its healthcare services in nine villages across their existing centres (Bareilly, Kashipur, Saharanpur, Dehradun and Pilibhit) to provide good medical treatment in the remote areas. Keeping in mind the poverty level and realising the necessity of a good medical treatment, all the healthcare services are provided at a minimal cost of Rs 90.Tattvan’s team of experts personally visited the Gram Pradhan’s of villages to educate them about how Tattvan E-clinics can be helpful in providing better healthcare facilities to them. Patients visiting Tattvan E-Clinics are being examined by doctors, while the full-time doctors and nurses are present to ensure quality consultations through video conferencing and telemedicine technology. The quick services with special features of Tattvan E-clinics like automated patient follow-ups which ensures the best treatment for patients in remote areas.Ayush Mishra, CEO and Co-Founder, Tattvan said, “Non-qualified doctors are practising with ease and making money by misguiding and giving wrong treatments to poor patients have raised the need of quality healthcare requirement across remote areas in India. With the help of Gram Sewa Kendra, we started our new service initiative in nine villages across all our centres. Tattvan provides them right advice with qualified doctors at very nominal charges of Rs 90.”“We’ve found success everywhere we’ve opened our clinics. Statistically, we have registered a growth of 70-100 per cent month-on-month basis since the establishment of our e-clinic’s in Bareilly, Kashipur, Dehradun, Saharanpur and Kabul. Owing to such great response, we are confident of reiterating our success across other Indian states as well. We thrive to become a beacon of hope in bringing quality healthcare across India.” added Mishra. Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app Tattvan E-Clinics to provide healthcare services in villages Read Article By EH News Bureau on July 3, 2019 News Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha Comments (0) Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” Share BareillyDehradune-clinicshealthcare servicesKashipurPilibhitSaharanpurTattvantelemedicine Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Related Posts Add Commentlast_img read more

Prime Minister Expresses Sympathies to Families of Babies Who Died at Hospitals

first_imgAdvertisements FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail RelatedPregnant Women and Newborns To Be Screened For Sickle Cell Disease RelatedRegion Must Invest In Reducing Adolescent Pregnancies – UNFPA Official Prime Minister Expresses Sympathies to Families of Babies Who Died at Hospitals Health & WellnessOctober 28, 2015Written by: OPM Communications Unit Prime Minister Expresses Sympathies to Families of Babies Who Died at HospitalsJIS News | Presented by: PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQualityundefinedSpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreenPlaycenter_img RelatedAdolescent Pregnancy Trending Down Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Portia Simpson Miller has expressed sympathies to the families of the babies who died from infection caused by the Klebsiella and Serratia bacteria at the University Hospital of the West Indies and Cornwall Regional Hospital, while urging the Ministry of Health to ensure that the situation does not recur.“I extend sincere sympathies to parents and other members of the families of those children who died. The Ministry of Health and the Minister will look at the present system to see what needs to be done to ensure that what happened will never, ever happen again,” the Prime Minister said in a statement at Parliament yesterday, Tuesday, October 27.Mrs. Simpson Miller emphasised that “Our children are our future, and we have a responsibility to ensure the protection of our children, the future leaders of this country.”As of October 27, 19 babies have died from the infectious bacteria.The Prime Minister and the entire Government deeply regret the occurrence and understands the pain and anguish suffered by the parents and other relatives of the infants affected.Thorough investigations continue to be carried out to identify all contributing factors to ensure that corrective measures, which have started to be implemented, are accelerated and maintained. Story HighlightsPrime Minister, the Most Hon. Portia Simpson Miller has expressed sympathies to the families of the babies who died from infection caused by the Klebsiella and Serratia bacteria at the University Hospital of the West Indies and Cornwall Regional Hospital, while urging the Ministry of Health to ensure that the situation does not recur.Mrs. Simpson Miller emphasised that “Our children are our future, and we have a responsibility to ensure the protection of our children, the future leaders of this country.”The Prime Minister and the entire Government deeply regret the occurrence and understands the pain and anguish suffered by the parents and other relatives of the infants affected. Photo: JIS PhotographerPrime Minister the Most Hon. Portia Simpson Miller.last_img read more