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Though it must be admitted that Singh-led UPA fouled up on issues such as spectrum allocation in telecoms and coal linkages for power plants, Urdu and poetry will continue to live and thrive as long as there are those who write and listen and enjoy it, he said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Nagpur | Published: February 17 2017 2:12 pm India’s Sujumon Joseph (6/62) spun a web around Englishmen with a fine spell of bowling raising hopes of a win Top News A staggering 17 wickets fell on the fourth and final day of the first Youth Test match between U-19 cricket teams of India and England on Thursday which saw wildly fluctuating fortunes before the game ended in a draw The VCA Stadium at Jamtha near here virtually turned into a graveyard for batsmen of both teams as they struggled to remain afloat England who resumed at overnight score of 32 for 1 were shot out for 167 off 53 overs in their second essay George Bartlett the centurion in the first innings played another resolute knock of 68 (11×4) Olive Pope supported him with a crisp 26 India’s Sujumon Joseph (6/62) spun a web around Englishmen with a fine spell of bowling raising hopes of a win India required 238 for an outright win but their batsmen too struggled The hosts survived some tense moments before finishing at 189 for 8 thus managing to draw the game S Lokeshwar 92 (14×4) played a match-saving inningsand Sujumon Joseph 37 showed his all-round ability to save the day for the hosts Pacers Henrey brooks (3/54) and Aaron Beard 2/24 struck vital blows to dent India’s chances of a win Brief scores: England 1st innings 501 for 5 declared; second innings 167 all out off 53 overs; George Bartlett 68; Sujumon Joseph 6/62 India 1st innings 431 for 8 declared; second innings 189 for 8 off 49 overs; S Lokeshwar 92 not out Sujumon Joseph 37; Henrey brooks 3/56 Aaron beard 2/24 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Adil Akhzer | Chandigarh | Published: October 7 2016 4:31 am Prof Yogesh Chawla said that he had a “good experience and was fairly satisfied” and every day was a challenge for him Top News THE MAJOR problem facing PGIMER is the huge crowd and congestion the institute’s director Prof Yogesh Chawla said on Thursday the last day of his five-year tenure He claimed that the research activities of the institute were getting affected due to the huge burden on the faculty members Chawla whose tenure was mired in several controversies for the first time talked extensively during a select media interaction on various issues which left him in a tight spot during his tenure as the institute’s director “The main problem at PGI is congestion and crowd We tried all aspects but it is the brand value of this institute which keeps on getting more and more people I only wish that the surrounding medical colleges and hospitals take some burden out of us” he said The PGI director listed 75 achievements of his tenure From Friday he will go back to the department of Hepatology since 11 months of his service is still left “Not much interest in continuing as director for 11 more months I thought getting amongst patients would be more rewarding” he said Chawla said that he had a “good experience and was fairly satisfied” and every day was a challenge for him Talking about the “bitter” experiences during his tenure he said that his unpleasant time was when people came out to demand things which were not under his control “I wanted to do everything But there were some things which were not under my control That was the period which was not pleasant” he said adding that “engineering things” were not under his control As for research activities he said “If you are working from 8 in the morning till 7 in the evening and even beyond that it [research activity] does get affected In the West research is good because they get time for research Can we afford to give people time for research If you give time off for research who will handle the rush Then OPDs will work till 12 clock” He however added that PGI was doing good in research Chawla maintained that to lessen the rush referring back the patients could be a good suggestion “We have recently spoken and written to the hospitals at least as far as neonates are concerned If that works well we could adopt it for adults as well in other specialties Auditing patients coming from which area and how they are referred could be another way” he said On why he didn’t inform the ministry that his daughter and son-in-law were appearing in PGI interviews which led to a controversy he said “I recused myself for the entire interview I asked so many people about it and nobody said like this People gave examples about interviews that happen in judiciary and other places I don’t think it happens everywhere It was just because of people didn’t like me They made it a big issue” he said He added “It means that director’s child shouldn’t apply in the institute should not work here So if you want to became a director forget about your children Even if they are good tell them to stay away from PGI” Talking about PGI medical superintendent Dr Anil Gupta’s leave controversy the PGI director said that “it is how you interpret it” “Controversy has to come during the five-year tenure This is one of those controversies But it was not made purposely and it was done with a clean heart” he said Asked if he was wrongly advised by the administration on the MS issue he said “I have to take his (Deputy Director Adminstration) advice because I am not trained for that They have a proper training” For the air conditioning of new OPD he said it was a “big challenge getting AC of an area where you have 10000 patients coming to the OPD” “We have now plans for it The next modality is where to shift these patients We have planned one entire wing of OPD to shift to temporary structure outside or we move to cardiology or other side” Asked how difficult it was to be a PGI director he said “It has been a difficult place My family has compromised my profession has compromised… Being a director I have lost so many things” On suggestions for the new director Chawla said “Maybe he has new ideas Getting the neuro centre mother and newborn centre would further enhance the image of PGI Geriatric centre could be the biggest gift National transplant institute and chronic rehabilitation centre is also being planned” he stated For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News I really found her to be warm and very personable. 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