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He also brought to the Union Minister? Department of Homeland Security emblem is pictured at the National Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) located just outside Washington in Arlington, 5.the website showed. Adding to the controversy,anti-malaria programme?symbolising the failure to effectively control it My fear is that the news about the vaccine may be used as one more excuse It could easily be said that we have been failing for want of a vaccine; now that we have onewe will use it to control falciparum malaria So what is wrong with that Reliance on a vaccine may further weaken clinical and environmental anti-malaria interventions The vaccine should only be the icing on the cake of effective early diagnosis and treatment (for which quality primary care and universal access are necessarybut we do not have)a public health disease surveillance system (for which we need public health infrastructure in every districtwhich we do not have)mosquito-measurement and management plus reduction of vector-human contact (a routine function of public health) and an effective vaccine delivery and outcome-monitoring system (for which we need to re-engineer the national vaccination programmewhich has so far achieved nationally only less than 70 per cent coverage in infancy) If India chooses to make malaria control a national prioritythen the addition of a vaccine has great potential An official of the vaccine manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline has said that one option to reduce the price of the vaccine is mass production in India The vaccine uses a protein of the parasites pre-erythrocytic stagecircumsporozoitecombined with an adjuvant called ASO1 The vaccine has so far been found to be safe (except for minor local and systemic reactions common to all injected adjuvanted vaccines) and immunogenic Malaria itself does not protect from subsequent malaria Malariologists know that no antibodyincluding vaccine-induced circumsporozoite antibodycan be consistently protective So this vaccine actually beats nature The writer was head of the department of clinical virologyChristian Medical [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Chaska (us) | Published: October 3 2016 12:03 pm Justin Rose who won two points from five matches this week said the 24 “world-class players” on both teams should have been stretched more by the course (Reuters Photo) Top News Justin Rose complained about the “weak” set-up of the Hazeltine National course and the “pro-am feel” of the flag positions after Europe slumped to a 17-11 defeat by the US in the Ryder Cup on Sunday The Olympic champion also said it was tough getting used to the way the layout had been restructured in recent years “I’ve been fortunate enough to play here in 2002 and 2009 and I think they have shifted the nines around which creates a little bit of havoc in your memory of the course” Rose told reporters after losing his final-day singles to Rickie Fowler by one hole “I was trying to get my head around the layout and remember all the holes It was definitely a big part of the early part of the weekm” said Rose “Set-up wise this course can be as tough as you want it to be … today I thought the set-up was incredibly weak I thought there was very much a pro-am feel in terms of the pin placements they were all in the middle of the green” Rose who won two points from five matches this week said the 24 “world-class players” on both teams should have been stretched more by the course “We want to showcase our skills we want to be tested” the Englishman explained “The water holes for example all the pins were as far away from the water as possible The pin on 17 is an absolute joke it’s (only) a nine-iron into the middle of the green With a match on the line you want a player to step up a little bit more Even 18 if you hit a good drive you’ve got a wedge to the green I just felt that coming down the stretch it was a little soft” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsLucknow: Favourites India continued their strong showing in the men’s Junior Hockey World Cup as they scored a dominating 5-3 win over England in a Pool D encounter to virtually secure a place in the quarterfinals in Lucknow on Saturday India who had earlier spanked Canada 4-0 in their tournament-opener scored two goals in the first half through Parvinder Singh (24th minute) and Armaan Qureshi (35th) before finding the net thrice in the second half courtesy Harmanpreet Singh (37th) Simranjeet Singh (45th) and Varun Kumar (59th) India against England in the Junior Hockey World Cup Hockey India However it was England who drew the first blood through Jack Clee (10th) before pumping in two late goals from Will Calnan (63rd) and Edward Horler(67th) The Indians were slow to get of the blocks as England defence hardly gave any space to the home team forwards in the initial few minutes of the match India had the first shy at the goal in the third minute when Sumit showed fine stick work to dodge a few English defenders and cut inside the opposition circle from the right only to find the side netting with his reverse shot England who took lead against the run of play in the 10th minute from a counter attack through Clee’s field strike The goal which stunned the entire stadium came as a wake-up call for the Indians who thereafter did not concede an inch to the opponents Pressing hard in search of the equaliser India earned their first penalty corner in the 23rd minute Varun Kumar’s try from the set piece was saved by the English defence but from the resultant attack Parvinder drew level from a move that was set up by skipper Harjeet Singh Thereafter it was India all over as they secured back-to-back penalty corners but failed to utilise Armaan made the scoreline 2-1 in favour of India just at the stroke of half time Unmarked inside the circle he just had to dab the ball inside the goal after being set up by Harjeet’s cross from the left flank which got slight deflection from the stick of Parvinder In the final seconds of the first half England managed to earn their first penalty corner of the match but they fumbled as India went into half time leading 2-1 India continued in the same vein after the change of ends and earned their fourth penalty corner with the opening move of the second half and Harmanpreet rose to the occasion to extend the home team’s lead Next it was Simranjeet’s turn to register his name in the scoresheet The move was initiated by Harjeet who intercepted the ball in the mid-half and then passed it on to Gujrant who set it up for Simranjeet to push the ball in an open goal Dragflicker Varun then made the scoreline 5-1 favour by converting India’s fifth penalty corner Towards the end England went full throttle and were also rewarded with two goals — first through Calnan’s field strike and then through a penalty corner conversion by Horler But that was all England could manage as India thereafter managed to hold on to their two goal cushion to pocket full three points from their encounter India are now leading Pool D with six points from two wins and next play South Africa on 12 December England are placed second with three points from two games and will finish off the pool engagements against lowly Canada on 13 December Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published: August 10 2013 3:22 am Related News A special round of admission to Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) across the state will be held for four days beginning from August 10 for the benefit of candidates who could not take part in the admission process carried out earlier The list of candidates selected through this special round will be out on August 14 The Directorate of Vocational Education and Training (DVET)in a notification issued on Fridayhas appealed to such candidates to fill up their forms online only via Nagrik Suvidha Kendras. 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