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For all the latest Goa News, Moily told PTI,"He will take over The decision is of course unanimous He will take over.(it’s) a matter of days" File image of Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi PTI The former Union minister and Karnataka chief minister said the prospects of his party in Gujarat are "looking up very well" The poll outcome he added will hit the BJP like a "hurricane" "There is a total trust deficit between the people of Gujarat and the government of Gujarat and also people of Gujarat and Central government and more particularly the prime minister That (the result) is going to hit them back as a hurricane" Moily claimed He said the strategy adopted by the Congress under Rahul Gandhi’s leadership in poll-bound Gujarat is the model for strengthening the party’s base in the country "What we are doing in Gujarat that’s the model we may have to replay in every state What Rahul Gandhi has been doing.impressive and aggressive campaigning and raising right voices of people and also the response he got from people this is the only answer ultimately" Moily said According to Moily galvanising the party’s cadre is the first step for the Congress to come back in any state Vegetarianism at its most superficial level is the not eating of animal flesh And should include milk which is liquid animal flesh But do you keep track of what the industry feeds you by way of animal organs and glands in one form or another Different industries use the animal brain spinal cord pancreas stomach liver lungs kidney and ovaries endocrine pituitary thyroid parathyroid and adrenal glands Representational image Reuters The glands are extracted and frozen The surrounding fat and connective tissue are trimmed off They are placed on waxed paper and kept at 18 °C When the glands arrive at the pharmaceutical plant they are chopped and mixed with different solutions for extraction or placed in a vacuum drier After drying the glands are milled into a powder and made into capsules or used in liquid form Brains and spinal cords are a source of cholesterol This is the raw material to make vitamin D Cholecalciferol Vitamin D is added to dairy products juices and cereals that are then labelled as “fortified with vitamin D” Cholesterol is a waxy fat-like substance used in the formulation of eye and face makeup shaving preparations and shampoo Bile is obtained from the animal’s gall bladder It is used for the treatment of indigestion constipation and bile tract disorders and to increase the activity of the liver Bile from cattle or pigs is sold as a dry extract or in liquid form Some ingredients of bile such as prednisone and cortisone are extracted separately and used as medicines The liver is the largest gland in animals The liver of mature cattle usually weighs about 5 kilograms while that of a pig weighs approximately 14 kilograms Liver extract is produced by mixing raw ground liver with slightly acidified hot water The stock is concentrated into a paste in a vacuum at a low temperature and is used as a raw material by the pharmaceutical industry as a source of vitamin B12 and as a nutritional supplement used to treat anaemia Heparin which is used as a blood thinner in humans is extracted from the liver lungs and the lining of the small intestines Progesterone and oestrogen are hormones extracted from pig ovaries and used to treat reproductive problems in women and in anti-wrinkle face creams Relaxin is a hormone taken from the ovaries of pregnant sows and is used during human childbirth The pancreas of pigs and cows provides insulin which regulates sugar metabolism and is used in the management of diabetes If you are diabetic and have been injecting yourself then you have been keeping yourself well (since 1921) with the use of cow and pig extracts More than two tons of pig parts are needed to extract just eight ounces of purified insulin Glucagon extracted from the cells of the pancreas is used to increase blood sugar and to treat insulin overdoses or low blood sugar caused by alcoholism Chymotrypsin and trypsin are enzymes from animal or fish pancreas especially cod and used to improve healing after surgery or injury Trypsin is used to dissolve blood clots prevent common colds and in the food industry to improve the workability of dough in baking manufacture of sauces to add flavour cheese beer and non-allergenic baby food Adrenaline or epinephrine is extracted from the adrenal glands of hogs cattle and sheep Injected it increases blood flow to the muscles output of the heart pupil dilation and blood sugar Arachidonic Acid is a fatty acid taken from animal liver and marketed as a bodybuilding supplement It is also used in skin creams and lotions to soothe eczema and rashes Elastin and collagen is a protein taken from the neck ligaments and aortas of cattle or pigs and marketed as skin anti-agers (one of the many fake promises on the market) Lipase and rennet are two enzymes taken from the stomachs and tongue glands of calves kids and lambs They are used in cheese-making as clotting agents and in digestive aids Pepsin comes from pig stomach and has the same uses as rennet Palmitic acid and oleic acid are fatty acids which can be obtained from both animal and vegetable fats Oleic acid is usually taken from tallow which is animal fat (also used for candles) You will find it in candy ice cream and some beverages and condiments soap shampoos permanent wave solutions creams nail polish lipsticks and skin creams Oleyl alcohol sold under the name of Ocenol is a fat found in fish oils which is used in the manufacture of detergents as a plasticizer for softening fabrics and as a carrier for medications Panthenol also called pro vitamin B 5 is a common moisturising ingredient used in skin care products including cosmetics hair sprays shampoos conditioners nasal sprays eye drops lozenges and cleaning solutions for contact lenses It is also recommended by tattoo artists as a post-tattooing moisturising cream It is taken from animal liver and kidneys lobster fish shellfish and chicken but can also be from vegetables mushrooms legumes and lentils If the product does not specify that it is from non-animal sources then take it for granted that it is Squalene is the gooey oil squeezed out of shark livers The beauty industry loves Squalene because it is easily absorbed into the skin without leaving a greasy residue so you’ll find it in many moisturisers sunscreens and oils hair dyes Pristane obtained from the liver oil of sharks from which its name is derived (Latin pristis "shark") is used as a lubricant skin and hair conditioner and anti-corrosive agent in cosmetics Polypeptides are strings of amino acids linked together Amino acids are the basic building blocks of proteins Commercially they are derived from animal protein and are used for conditioning hair Polysorbate is an amber/golden-coloured viscous liquid made from dehydrated sugar alcohol and oleic acid a fatty acid found taken from cows sheep and pigs but can be from vegetable fats if specifically said Polysorbates 60 and 80 are the most commonly used in food production The additive increases the shelf life of baked goods and improve its colour and volume They are commonly found in baked goods frozen desserts and imitation coffee creamers They are often used in cosmetics to make essential oils soluble in water Stearic Acid when animal-derived is a fat from cows pigs and sheep and abroad from dogs and cats euthanised in animal shelters It is used in cosmetics soaps lubricants candles hairspray conditioners deodorants creams chewing gum and food flavouring It is not just pigs cows and sheep that are killed for their organs and glands Male Musk deer produce a gland oil called musk which is stored in a hairy pouch just the size of a golf ball in front of the penis They are killed for it The dried gland is chopped into small pieces and left in high-strength alcohol to mature for months Musk is still used by the fragrance industry The perfume industry also uses castoreum which is a secretion from the glands between the pelvis and the base of the tail of the killed beaver “Natural sources” is a very deceptive word If vegetarian the food writes clearly that it is from vegetable sources But most often in the health and food industry especially in the cosmetics area it means animal sources such as organs glands fat protein and oil There is a reason that companies write their products in such small type that it is almost impossible to read them but do try Your one complaint and insistence on a non-animal alternative could save thousands of lives To join the animal welfare movement contact gandhim@nicin wwwpeopleforanimalsindiaorg The Election Commission belied initial expectations by not announcing dates for Gujarat Assembly election on Thursday It was one of its kind press conference by the Chief Election Commissioner where the commission chose not to announce dates for one state (Gujarat) and announce dates only for theother state (Himachal Pradesh) where the elections were otherwise to be held simultaneously What makes Election Commission’s move even more interesting is the schedule for Himachal Pradesh elections —while 68 seats of the hill state will go to the polls on 9 November the poll results wouldn’t be declared in a hurry The state will have to wait for another 39 days (until 18 December) to know who wins and who loses whether it would be BJP or Congress ruling the state for the next five years Representational image Firstpost Five years ago when elections in these two states —Gujarat and Himachal— were held the Election Commission on 3 October 2012 had announced poll schedule for both the states in one ago While a single phase election was held in Himachal on 4 November 2012 Gujarat underwent two-phased election on 13 December and 17 December; the results for both the states were declared on 20 December This time around however the Election Commission in its collective wisdom decided to split the announcement of the poll schedule for these two states The big question is why is the Election Commission now doing it differently Chief Election Commissioner AK Joti’s response was amusing He said that in a letter to the Election Commission the Gujarat government had asked for additional time as the relief and rehabilitation work following July floods was yet to be completed properly Since the roads in parts of the state were washed out the rehabilitation work could begin only in September and thus the state sought for some more time for theannouncement of the poll schedule and model code of conduct coming into force Joti’s response is interesting The model code of conduct only restricts the state and the central government from making new announcements that could impact the electorate in the state concerned it does not put any restriction on work already in progress What makes the EC’s move even more curious is the fact that now thenation knows (well almost) when would the results for the Gujarat election be announced It could be 18 December when Himachal Pradesh poll results are announced and thus the election in Gujarat (to be carried out in two phases) could be anytime between 10 to 16 December Remember Himachal would have a lame duck government for around a month-and-half and that could be without any reason other than the logic that the early announcement of results for Himachal might impact Gujarat polls It would be bizarre on part of the Election Commission if it so chooses to split the counting of votes for these two states If that happens it would again be one of its kind decision at least in the recent decades Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to Gujarat on 16 and 17 October and it is now expected that the Election Commission might announce the poll schedule for the state immediately after Diwali Last week the Election Commission had made a surprise announcement that by September 2018 the commission would be logistically capable to hold the simultaneous elections for all Indian states Assemblies and the Parliament The question now arises is: if the EC is mulling simultaneous elections in times to come why did it look theother way given that it had the opportunity to have simultaneous polls in at least few states whose terms end in asuccession of two months time Consider the scenario —Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Assembly term gets over almost around the same time; Himachal Pradesh Assembly term ends on 7 January 2018 and the Gujarat Assembly term ends on 22 January Immediately after Gujarat and Himachal elections are over (results are announced and governments are formed) the Election Commission would announce the poll schedule for three other states – Meghalaya Nagaland and Tripura This means that except for a gap of 10-15 days (from the end of December 2017 to thefirst week of January 2018) the model code of conduct would be in force from now onwards until the end of February and early March 2018 The terms of the assemblies in these three north-eastern states end in thefirst and second week of March 2018 Modi has been for quite some time advocating simultaneous Assembly and Parliament polls That was the right time to make a small beginning in that direction if the larger goal is to be achieved in due course But here is a situation when neither the Election Commission nor the Modi government chose to take a step forward in that direction The varied election dates and Model Code of Conduct stretching for five months (October to February) mean two things: first the top political leaders of ruling BJP would be mostly occupied in campaigning and second each time the government announces a new scheme or project the opposition parties would try to create a controversy alleging violation of the Model Code of Conduct Last time the election process in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh had got over on 20 December 2012 and on 11 January 2013 the Election Commission had announced the poll schedule for Tripura Meghalaya and Nagaland October 12 should be taken as a date of missed opportunity in the Election Commission’s calendar when it failed to live up to thesimultaneous poll hype created by it and by the prime minister Published: July 22 2014 12:02 am A PPP is not a decree of the government Nor is it just any juxtaposition of public and private efforts (Source: PTI photo) Related News By Akash Deep Public-private partnerships or PPPs received unprecedented attention in this year’s Union budget Finance Minister Arun Jaitley pointed to the 900 PPP projects under development in India making it the world’s largest PPP market But he wants many more PPPs to solve all sorts of problems: from urban renewal to “rurban development” from airports and metro rails to gas grids from research centres to convention centres and even to set up the Hast Kala Akademi But while India might be a leader in contrivance it remains a laggard in consequence India still lacks infrastructure — roads and rail ports and airports power water and sanitation communications technology schools and hospitals — and as it grows the large infrastructure deficit is becoming painfully evident Simple tinkering in the quest for a more nuanced and sophisticated approach for PPPs will not bridge this gap Fundamental changes in the understanding of PPPs — what they are and aren’t — must come first To get results the government must ensure that PPPs are deployed only where the three Ps — suitable and economically viable projects able to attract proficient private partners in engineering and finance through transparent competitive processes — are present A PPP is not a decree of the government Nor is it just any juxtaposition of public and private efforts A PPP is a partnership between the government and a private entity based on a long-term contract that requires the private entity to deliver services in exchange for compensation from the government or users tied to their quantity and quality All the activities necessary to provide these services — typically design construction finance operation and maintenance of the underlying infrastructure asset — are the responsibility of the private concessionaire A PPP represents a radically different and demanding approach for procuring infrastructure services compared to traditional public procurement Why are policymakers in India and many other places so enamoured with PPPs for building infrastructure Because they see PPPs as an ingenious method to obtain large infrastructure investment without making a dent in the public budget Our railway minister announced a Rs 60000 crore bullet train while allocating only Rs 100 crore from the railway budget Where does he expect the balance to come from In right earnestness from PPPs That after he has got PPPs to also pay for foot overbridges escalators and lifts; boundary walls around stations; dual display fare repeaters at ticket counters; port connectivity; passenger amenities; and private freight terminals But the ingenuity of PPPs lies not in private money but in private efficiency The job of government is not to hanker after private cash but to draw out private competence to achieve public goals PPPs must be used only when there is reason to expect that they will deliver superior — cheaper higher quality and more reliable — infrastructure services If private entities are able to deliver a PPP mechanism ensures that the resultant benefits translate into public gain and private profit It is this profit motive that makes the private sector partner with the government in the quest for better outcomes It requires attracting skilled private players who can manage projects from inception to outcome It is tempting to look for infrastructure finance within the banking system especially state-owned banks However risky long-term illiquid infrastructure assets sit awkwardly beside bank liabilities that are safe short term and required on demand If infrastructure investments perform poorly the government might find itself having to fend off a banking crisis The budget proposal to attract capital market financing in the form of infrastructure investment trusts and pooled municipal debt obligation facilities are welcome alternatives What is critical is that PPPs be financed with not just any private capital but “risk capital”: long-term funding that is tied to project performance and reaps profit if the project succeeds and incurs losses if it fails Perhaps the most important role for the government is to provide an adequate regulatory framework that is independent fair and technically competent Private entities cannot be allowed to exploit their monopoly power to reap inordinate profit even as governments cannot be permitted to hold a private investor who has already invested millions to ransom The long-term contracts that underlie PPPs usually span decades sometimes generations and almost always multiple governments Regulation must provide assurance to investors about the rules of the game even as it allows reasonable flexibility to respond to changing needs and circumstances The finance minister’s proposal to establish the “3P India” centre would be a step in the right direction if it can define the scope of PPPs prepare suitable projects attract appropriate investors using long-term financial instruments and establish a credible regulatory framework The centre should serve as an intellectual gatekeeper of the PPP concept for new projects as well as a repository of PPP experience with past projects As the G-20 high level panel on infrastructure put it “PPPs require their own infrastructure” The finance minister has taken the first step in building that infrastructure The writer is senior lecturer Harvard Kennedy School US express@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Husain Haqqani | Published: June 12 2014 1:57 am Jawaharlal Nehru foresaw how a national state of paranoia across the border imperiled India-Pakistan relations Related News Soon after Partition Pakistan’s founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah told the American ambassador Paul Alling that he wished for India-Pakistan relations to be “An association similar to that between the US and Canada” Jinnah had no way of predicting the rise of Pakistan’s military-intelligence complex Nor did he envision that his successors in the Muslim League would join Islamist leaders in basing Pakistan’s nationalism on the idea of perennial conflict with and permanent threat from India Just as the perceived threat from Hindu domination prompted the call for Pakistan’s creation the new rallying cry for an ethnically diverse populace was the ostensible threat from India to Pakistan This required keeping alive the frenzy of Partition and a contrived historic narrative It also necessitated the glorification of past and present warriors and the building of a militarised state Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru foresaw how a national state of paranoia across the border imperiled India-Pakistan relations He tried to comfort Pakistan’s leaders that disagreement with the idea of Partition before it took place did not mean India would now use force to undo it Nehru chose the Aligarh Muslim University whose alumni had played an active role in the demand for Pakistan as the venue for a speech that addressed Pakistani concerns as early as March 1948 He reassured those who accused India of seeking to strangulate Pakistan “If we had wanted to break up Pakistan why did we agree to Partition” he asked “It was easier to prevent it then than to try to do so now after all that has happened There is no going back in history As a matter of fact it is to India’s advantage that Pakistan should be a secure and prosperous state with which we can develop close and friendly relations” “Pakistan has come into being rather unnaturally I think” Nehru told his audience “Nevertheless it represents the urges of a large number of persons I believe that this development has been a throwback but we accepted it in good faith” According to him “It is inevitable that India and Pakistan should draw closer to each other or else they will come into conflict There is no middle way for we have known each other too long to be indifferent neighbours” The first Indian prime minister also laid out a vision for India to “develop a closer union” with Pakistan and other neighbouring countries — a vision that seems to be shared by Narendra Modi But Nehru made it clear that India had no “desire to strangle or compel Pakistan” because “an attempt to disrupt Pakistan would recoil to India’s disadvantage” “If today by any chance I were offered the reunion of India and Pakistan I would decline it for obvious reasons” Nehru continued “I do not want to carry the burden of Pakistan’s great problems I have enough of my own” Nehru proposed that a “closer association must come out of a normal process and in a friendly way which does not end Pakistan as a state but which makes it an equal part of a larger union in which several countries might be associated” — an early envisioning of Saarc Bengali leader Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy also cautioned against declaring Pakistan an Islamist ideological state and warned that slogans of permanent war with India would only undermine Pakistan Addressing Pakistan’s constituent assembly on March 6 1948 Suhrawardy insisted that Pakistan’s future rested on the “the goodwill of the people” of Pakistan and the “mutual relationship between the Dominion of Pakistan and the sister dominion [the] Indian Union” Suhrawardy briefly served as prime minister in 1956 before being barred from politics under martial law He died in exile a few years later But his admonition within a few months of Pakistan’s creation still rings true “Now you are raising the cry of Pakistan in danger for the purpose of arousing Muslim sentiments and binding them together in order to maintain you in power” Suhrawardy told Pakistan’s rulers He warned that “a state which will be founded on sentiments namely that of Islam in danger or of Pakistan in danger” will face perilous circumstances Most of Pakistan’s current problems — the rise of the Taliban the prevalence of conspiracy theories religious and sectarian strife the campaign by extremists to deny Pakistani children the benefit of the polio vaccine the potential for international isolation the lack of institutional balance and the dominance of the military — can all be traced to the original sin of Pakistan’s post-independence leaders Pakistan’s establishment has disregarded Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s call to keep religion out of the business of the state and ignored Suhrawardy’s proposal for collaborative ties with India As Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif sets about trying to normalise relations with India he would do well to revise the Pakistani notion of “permanent enemy” which is inculcated at all levels of schooling and through the Pakistani media Sharif should recall Suhrawardy’s warnings and embrace Jinnah’s vision of India-Pakistan ties He should start changing Pakistan’s national discourse without which forward movement might prove difficult The writer is director for South and Central Asia at the Hudson Institute in Washington DC He served as Pakistan’s ambassador to the US and is author most recently of ‘Magnificent Delusions: Pakistan the United States and an epic history of misunderstanding’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: May 31 2017 5:34 pm Hussain Kuwajerwala is known for his roles in popular shows like Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi and Kumkum Related News Hussain Kuwajerwala is back in the fiction space of Indian television after eight years with Sajan Re Jhoot Mat Bolo 2 The actor says he shouldn’t have taken such a long break? 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