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Looking to break the jinx

first_imgPV Sindhu’s resplendent talent has remained unquestionable over the years and the Indian ace has given a friendly reminder of it with her performances on the court.What the 23-year-old has struggled with, however, is to produce the final product.Since securing the silver medal in 2016 Rio Olympics, Sindhu has reached around 10 tournaments finals. But winning majority of them has remained a dream.She let out tears of joy when she finally won a gold medal – at the 2018 World Tours Finals – to prove her credentials which otherwise never came under the scanner.In a year when athletes are solely focussing on Tokyo Games 2020, Sindhu is no different. For her, the extra dose of motivation to claim the berth for the Olympics will come in the form of trophies.”I think I have been reaching finals and then losing. I think about it a lot. Honestly, I am happy with my performances and I have been doing well. But, coming to the final, I don’t know what’s happening. (The World Tour Finals) this was my 9th or 10th and I kept wondering what’s going on,” Sindhu said on the eve of the India Open, slated to begin at the IG Stadium here on Tuesday.”During the World Tour Finals, I told myself I have to change something. I have to just not lose. I have to give my 200 per cent. And I was thinking after the match, that I finally did it,” she added.Sindhu, who has had a rough start to 2019, said she has worked on her strokes in order to reduce the unforced errors that have cost her the titles.advertisementA big hurdle on Sindhu’s road to Tokyo will be to remain in prime shape during this year. With stringent rules that make it compulsory for her to participate in almost 15 tournaments a year, Sindhu said it will be tricky choosing the ones to play.After the India Open, Sindhu heads to Malaysia, followed by the Singapore Open couple of days later.”It’s definitely going to be tricky and a bit tough considering that this is an Olympics qualification year and you have to be injury free. I know sometimes if you don’t play there is a fine and there are some compulsory events but you have to pick and choose,” she said.”We have to be mentally and physically fit to play every tournament at 100 per cent. So we have to pick and choose tournaments where we can give our 100 per cent.”At the India Open, Sindhu is a hot favourite following the withdrawal of top seed Chen Yufei. The other favourite from the Indian contingent will be Kidambi Srikanth.The 26-year-old has been going through a barren patch, failing to win a single title in 15 months.He will aim to beat that unceremonious streak with a title at the KD Jadhav Hall in less than a week’s time.Also Read | I have used wrong strategy against Saina Nehwal in my defeats: PV SindhuAlso Read | PV Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth to lead India’s campaign at India Open 2019Also See:last_img

NHF Provides Funds to Purchase Ambulances

first_imgThe complement of ambulances in the public health system is being boosted by the provision of US$884,323 by the National Health Fund (NHF), to purchase 17 additional units. A contract for the allocation was signed by Health Minister, Hon. Dr. Fenton Ferguson, NHF executives, and representatives of Toyota Jamaica Limited, during a brief ceremony on Wednesday, March 20, at the NHF’s head office in New Kingston.Cabinet approved the awarding of the contract to Toyota Jamaica, which is slated to deliver the units by September. These will be deployed across the four health authority regions, and to the Ministry.Speaking at the signing, Dr. Ferguson said the procurement of the 17 ambulances will bring to 55, the number of units acquired since he assumed the health portfolio in January 2012.He said the additional units are a welcome intervention and will strengthen the capacity of the Ministry of Health and the Regional Health Authorities to provide timely and efficient services to patients, especially for emergency care.The new units will complement the six multi-patient transfer units, which the Ministry purchased a year ago and reduce the need to contract private services.“With the availability of the multi-patient transfer units, the ambulances should not be tied up with transporting persons for diagnostic testing and will, therefore, be used for emergencies and transfer of patients, who need medical care while being transported. This should significantly alleviate the pressure that was placed on the previous fleet of ambulances and reduce the need to procure private ambulance services, thus saving the government millions of dollars,” the Minister said.Chief Executive Officer of the NHF, Everton Anderson, said the procurements are being facilitated through the Fund’s Institutional Benefits Programme.He said that this is the second time in the 10-year history of the NHF that a major grant is being provided for acquisition of ambulances, the first time being in 2007, when 40 ambulances were purchased.“This…is a major role of the NHF – to provide support to the health system in Jamaica, with a view to improving the efficiency and effectiveness of health care and the overall health of the Jamaican population,” Mr. Anderson stated.In his remarks, NHF Chairman, Sterling Soares, noted that since its establishment, the agency has delivered on its mission to provide financing for national health care.He said the fund will be focused on providing the support needed to the public health sector to protect the health gains of the past and meet the current challenges.By Douglas McIntosh, JIS Reporterlast_img

Govt looks to implement intelligent lighting system in all municipalities

first_imgKolkata: In a significant stride to reduce carbon emission that contributes to air pollution, the state Municipal Affairs department is planning to implement an intelligent lighting system in all municipalities across the state.The move will ensure that the intensity of light can be controlled depending on the volume of traffic movement in the respective municipal areas. The scheme of intelligent lighting comes under the Green City Mission that was launched three years ago. As per estimates of the department, in 125 municipalities across the state there are 7,00,000 street lights, out of which 5,00,000 lights have already been replaced with LED lights, a move which has reduced electricity consumption by 60 percent. Also Read – Centuries-old Durga Pujas continue to be hit among revellers”We will completely replace all the lights with LED units. We are also moving towards an intelligent lighting system where the intensity of light will depend on the timing and the volume of traffic on the roads. The lights will glow 100 percent when there will be reasonably heavy traffic or pedestrian movement and will gradually glow with less intensity with the decrease of the flow. We are contemplating how to integrate all street lights into one central server, so that we can regulate them through a shared technology,” said Subrata Gupta, Principal Secretary of the state Urban Development and Municipal Affairs department. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaThe department is hopeful of saving 30 percent of the electricity cost with this intelligent lighting system. It may be mentioned that the Kolkata Municipal Corporation has already began the job of replacing all high-pressure sodium vapour lamp fittings (HPSV) and Metal Halide Fittings with LED lights, to bring down the level of carbon emission and at the same time, reduce consumption of electricity. Lights in the civic body’s offices, health units, schools, compactor stations, markets, borough offices, ward health units, pumping stations and crematoriums will all have LED lights. In another significant stride to reduce pollution, the department will be replacing 1,161 pumps in 39 towns. “The water extracting capacity of the pumps have gone down due to use for very long durations and the electricity bill is also increasing by leaps and bounds while operating these pumps. The replacement as per our estimates will save 330 lakh electrical energy in a year, whose value will be around Rs 150 crore,” a senior official of the department said.last_img

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