Jagohan Garg speaks out about Hyderabad pull the cork out of liquor record

Jagmohan Garg says a planned purchaser strolls in and analyzes a jug of King George V, just to supplant it with a grin subsequent to taking a gander at the sticker price of 86,000. Telangana is a ₹12,500 crore alcohol market, of which the share of imported names is 200 crore.

With a two-storeyed sheer glass facade, it would seem that anything other than an alcohol outlet. However, purchasers are not recently looking at the names, they are additionally angling out their cards.


Shravan Reddy, a car save parts merchant, spent about ₹27,000 in a matter of minutes. “It is astonishing … like you have ventured into a shopping center where whatever you need is accessible. I grabbed a South African wine, a Jagermeister alcohol and a couple of different containers,” he says.

According to Jagmohan Garg, We as of now stock around 500 brands and before the finish of month, we will be completely loaded with around 1,100 assortments. I need all main 50 brands of every assortment to be accessible here.

It is on the principal floor of the outlet that the “worldwide” decision is on view. New world wines from South Africa, New Zealand, Chile and Australia rival the nearby Sula and in addition French and European wines. The racks are loaded by nations of cause, with columns and lines of containers of shining wines and Champagnes.

On the off chance that a wine bottle from New Zealand is the most costly right now with a sticker price of about ₹7,000, a 2004 vintage Dom Perignon champagne retails for ₹31,500.

“We will have a different wine sampling room with sommeliers from over the world sharing their insight. We will individuals settle on a decision about what to purchase and about wine and nourishment matching,” says the promoter. “Most ladies make a beeline for the primary floor, the selfie spot,” he says, indicating an enormous fake container of Moet and Chandon inside an ice tub.

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Jagmohan Garg talks about AAP’s Jarnail gets Delhi vote deleted, applies for one in Punjab


Jagmohan Garg says, Delhi MLA Jarnail Singh, now announced as the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidate against Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal from Lambi segment, has got his vote deleted from the national capital to get registered in Punjab instead and be eligible for the state assembly polls.

Jarnail, MLA from Delhi’s Rajouri segment, said he has applied for a vote in Muktsar. “The legal aspects are being taken care of by the party,” he added, when asked if he had informed the Delhi Vidhan Sabha speaker about the vote deletion.

As for his fate as a legislator in Delhi now, another AAP MLA, Dinesh Mohania, termed it a “non-issue”. “As per the Representation of People Act, there has always been a six-month period in such a situation for any elected representative,” Mohaniya told HT over phone.


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Jagmohan Garg News Delhi IIT Bombay researchers a step closer to treating Parkinson’s disease

Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (IIT B) have taken the first successful step at regenerating neurons in a Parkinson mouse model by using mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) encapsulated in an amyloid hydrogel. The hydrogels which provide scaffolding for stem cells to develop into neurons when implanted in the brain are developed from a special class of proteins called amyloids. The results were published in the journal NPG Asia Materials.

The hydrogel enabled the delivery and engraftment of mesenchymal stem cells in two regions of the mice brain – substantia nigra and striatum – where the cells were injected. “We do not have direct proof that mesenchymal stem cells have become neurons. But the stem cells transplanted at the substantia nigra site were differentiating into neuron-like cells,” says Subhadeep Das from IITB-Monash Research Academy, IIT Bombay and the first author of the paper.

“We wanted to first know if the cells were surviving and were contained at the site. So the time point was short, and we sacrificed the animals at the end of the seventh day after transplantation,” he says. “Further studies for prolonged periods will tell if the mesenchymal stem cells become matured neurons.”

In the case of Parkinson’s, neurons based in the substantia nigra region of the brain release dopamine at the striatum. Since the connection between the two regions is lost in the case of Parkinson’s, the researchers implanted the stem cells at both the sites.

But before transplanting the stem cells encapsulated in the hydrogel into the brain of the mice, the researchers tested the hydrogel in the lab for toxicity. Both neural precursor cell lines and mesenchymal stem cells were cultured in the amyloid hydrogel. And 2D and 3D culture tests for toxicity were carried out for both short (24 hours) and long (120 hours) term and the results compared with a collagen hydrogel, which served as control. “The compatibility of amyloid hydrogel was similar to collagen,” says Das.

Besides being a good scaffold that facilitates the differentiation of stem cells into neurons and not being toxic, the hydrogel should also not trigger the immune system from mounting a violent reaction against it when implanted into the brain. So the researchers injected the hydrogel into rat brain to test for any possible inflammatory response or immune rejection of the amyloid hydrogel. While two types of inflammatory cells – microglia and atrocytes – accumulated near the hydrogel, their levels subsided by 21 days.

In a next step, they implanted the hydrogel containing the mesenchymal stem cells in the brain of the Parkinson mouse model. “The hydrogel was able to improve the viability of the transplanted cells and were able to contain them at the site where they were implanted,” says Das. The control cells that were not contained in hydrogel were three times less viable than the cells contained in the hydrogel.

“Amyloids are among the most robust protein/peptide-based materials ever evolved in nature. We just utilised these superior materials property of amyloids for targeting stem cell delivery in the brain and their differentiation to neurons. On the one hand, amyloid-based hydrogels are capable of protecting delicate stem cells within the hydrogels matrix, while on the other hand, they are able to guide the differentiation of stem cells towards neurons,” Samir K. Maji from the Department of Biosciences and Bioengineering, IIT Bombay and the corresponding author of the paper says in a release.

There are three major challenges when stem cells are transplanted or injected into the brain – the cells should survive, should not migrate to different places where they are not required, and should become functional neurons and integrate with the existing neural circuit. “Our material has solved the first two challenges. We are now working on the third one,” says Das confidently.

SOURCE: http://newsite.thehindu.com/sci-tech/science/IIT-Bombay-researchers-a-step-closer-to-treating-Parkinson%E2%80%99s-disease/article15568700.ece?homepage=true

Jagmoha Garg News Delhi India has lost 550 jobs a day in last 4 years: Study

As many as 550 have disappeared every day in last four years and if this trend continues, employment would shrink by 7 million by 2050 in the country, a study has claimed.


Farmers, petty retail vendors, contract labourers and construction workers are the most vulnerable sections facing never before livelihood threats in today, the study by Delhi-based civil society group PRAHAR has said.


According to the data released by Labour Bureau early 2016, created only 1.35 lakh in 2015 in comparison to 4.19 lakh in 2013 and 9 lakh in 2011, the group said in a statement.


“A deeper analysis of the data reveals a rather scary picture. Instead of growing, livelihoods are being lost inon a daily basis. As many as 550 are lost inevery day (in last four year as per Labour Bureau data) which means that by 2050, in would have got reduced by 7 million, while population would have grown by 600 million,” the statement said.


The data clearly points to the fact that job creation in is successively slowing down, which is very alarming, it pointed out.


“This (rise in unemployment) is because sectors which are the largest contributor of are worst-affected. Agriculture contributes to 50 per cent of employment in followed by SME sector which employs 40 per cent of the workforce of the country,” the statement said.


The organised sector actually only contributes a minuscule less than one percentage of employment in India. has only about 30 million in the organised sector and nearly 440 million in the unorganised sector.


According to the World Bank data, percentage of employment in agriculture out of total employment in has come down to 50 per cent in 2013 from 60 per cent in 1994.


It said that the labour intensity of small and medium enterprises is four times higher than that of large firms.


It further said that the multinationals are particularly capitalistic a fact vindicated during investment commitments of $225 million made for the next five years during the Make in Week in February 2016.


However, what went unnoticed is that these investments would translate into creation of only 6 million jobs, it said.


needs to go back to the basics and protect sectors like farming, unorganised retail, micro and small enterprises which contribute to 99 per cent of current livelihoods in the country. These sectors need support from the Government not regulation. needs smart villages and not smart cities in the 21st century,” it added.
SOURCE: http://www.business-standard.com/article/current-affairs/7-million-jobs-can-disappear-by-2050-says-a-study-116101600378_1.html

Jagmohan Garg News Delhi Here are the airlines and regulators which have banned Samsung’s Note 7

Samsung Note 2

Indian passengers can still carry their devices on flights in their hand baggage in the switch-off mode, according to the earlier Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) guidelines issued on the matter, even as airlines across the world enacted bans on the carriage of the device over the weekend.

The was to issue a fresh advisory on carrying Samsung’s fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 smartphones on board flights by the middle of October, the Economic Times had reported earlier this month.


The fresh advisory was to be issued after the US Federal Aviation Authority revised its guidelines on carriage of the Note 7, the report had added.


As reported earlier, at the beginning of September, theasked passengers not to charge or switch on their Note 7 devices on board aircraft. They could however carry the device in their hand baggage in the switch-off mode.


Since then, many regulators and airlines have imposed restrictions on the device or completely banned its carriage on flights.


Here is a list of countries and airlines which have barred the Samsung phone: 


1) Japan’s transport ministry, according to media reports, completely banned all Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones from airplanes over the weekend.


2) Korean Air, for its part, has been following government guidelines requiring Note 7s to be turned off in-flight and only transported in carry-on luggage. However, it operates a total ban on the devices on flights to-and-from the US, Canada and Hong Kong, reports said.


3) Starting from Monday, another South Korean airline, Asiana, will enforce a ban on Note 7s from all its flights, reports said.


4) Australian airlines Qantas and Virgin Australia have also imposed a total ban on the devices,Sky News Australia reported on Monday.


5) Over the weekend, Singapore Airlines, Air New Zealand, Hong Kong Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Cathay Pacific subsidiary Dragonair, Emirates, AirAsia, Hong Kong Express, and Etihad Airways have also imposed total bans on the carriage of the device.


6) According to media reports, Hong Kong’s airport over the weekend also decided to prohibit passengers from carrying the device on any incoming or outgoing flights, either in checked or carry-on baggage.


7) Taiwan’s two biggest airlines China Airlines and EVA Air have also banned the smartphones, reports said.


8) European airlines have also taken cognisance of the issue. With Berlin Air, Finnair, and Alitalia enforcing complete bans on the carriage of the device. According to the BBC, Lufthansa currently has a ban on the device on all flights to the US. However, it is reportedly planning to impose the ban across all flights soon.


9) The Times of India reported on Sunday that all flights operated by the group, includingIndia, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, MalaysiaX, Thai X and Indonesia X, will not be allowing carriage of the device from midnight October 17.


10) On October 14, the US Department of Transportation (US DoT), along with the Federal Aviation Administration and the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, announced that under an emergency order all Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphone devices were banned from “air transportation in the United States”. The ban has been effect since October 15. According to the release, passengers may not carry the device “on their person, in carry-on baggage, or in checked baggage on flights to, from, or within the United States”. Further, the device cannot even be “shipped as air cargo”.