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Watch What Else Is making News ? who has been a key strategist for the YSRC,emailed his resignation letter to Jagan on Wednesdaymorning "He (Jagan) doesn’t take others’ opinion intoconsideration He himself lacks consistency" Mysura toldreporters on Wednesdayafter quitting the party YS Jaganmohan Reddy: Reuters "Except money there is no value for anything in theYSRC Jagan craves only for power He doesn’t have a human angle" Mysura who previously served in the Congress and theTelugu Desam Party said Earlier this month 13 YSRC MLAs defected to the rulingTelugu Desam Party in Andhra Pradesh Mysura said being an Opposition party the YSRC did nothave any inclination to stand by the people and fight fortheir causes "Jagan doesn’t have any belief in democracy Thehappenings in the YSRC only denote that everything is guidedby vested interests" Mysura said "As a senior politician I used to take the initiativeand offer advice when required but Jagan never took it" helamented A former state Home Minister and a former member of RajyaSabha Mysura shared a ‘love-hate relationship’ with Jagan’sfather late YS Rajasekhara Reddy As an MP he helped TDP bring out a booklet "Raja ofCorruption" against the Y S Rajasekhara Reddy rule in 2009 He even contested the Lok Sabha by-election fromKadapa in 2011 against Jagan and lost The penultimate day of the World Championships was fraught with heartbreaks but also gave birth to a new set of champions France’s Kevin Mayer and Germany’s Johannes Vetter won their maiden world titles in decathlon and javelin throw respectively However the day will be remembered for the silver medal won by Great Britain’s distance-running legend Mo Farah in his last race and more so for the way Usain Bolt’s swansong on the track came to a close Mutaz Essa Barshim(L) Almaz Ayana Caster Semenya(R) AP Bolt collapsed halfway into the last lap of the 4x100m relay due to a hamstring pull The Jamaican sprinter then crossed the finishing line for the last time but with the support of his teammates The last day of the championships would like to shrug off the controversies regarding its scheduling and concentrate more on the happenings on the track and field During Day 1 of the World Championships Natasha Hastings stood on the podium and received a gold medal That was without even racing when she and her American 4×400 metres relay teammates from 2013 were upgraded in the wake of the Russian team being stripped of first place because of doping To end the competition Hastings will try to get back to the top step on Sunday along with the rest of the 2017 relay team The 4×400 final is one of 11 on a fast and furious final day In all there are six finals for the women and five more in the men’s events The action goes to the streets with race walks including the first-ever 50-kilometer women’s event and ends on the track with the 4×400 relays "I’ve been waiting all week to get out here and compete" Hastings said "It’s been a long (wait)" The American 4×400 women’s squad looks to take the world title back from Jamaica On the flip side the men’s edition sets out for their 10th gold in the event and seventh straight "Winning feels great" said Tony McQuay who ran the anchor leg when the Americans posted the fastest qualifying time on Saturday "The crowd and atmosphere were great Our coaches believe in us and we believe in ourselves" A look at the final day of the world championships There are only seven competitors in the women’s 50km race walk which makes its world championships debut on a two-kilometer loop between Buckingham Palace and the Admiralty Arch Of those in the field three are Americans Ines Henriques of Portugal is the overwhelming favorite after setting the world record of 4:08:36 in January High jumper Mutaz Essa Barshim of Qatar has been in a dominant form this season notching up the top four marks of the year "The only color of medal I want is the gold" said Barshim a two-time Olympic medalist including bronze at the 2012 London Games "So hopefully I can achieve that" Sandra Perkovic once elected to Croatia’s Parliament also rules the discus event Perkovic won at the London Olympics and repeated the feat in Rio de Janeiro Given the way Ethiopia’s Almaz Ayana has been lappin the field the women’s 5000 metres seems to be more like a competition for the silver and bronze She won the 10000-meter race by more than 46 seconds It will be tough for anyone trying to catch up with Olympic champion Caster Semenya of South Africa in the 800 meters She has already captured bronze in the 1500 meters earlier this week "I just want to keep winning" Semenya said "That’s all I’m concentrating on" Semenya had the fastest semifinal time followed by Ajee Wilson "I was at home (in the US) when the championships started so I’ve been seeing all the results and been inspired by my teammates" Wilson said "It has definitely motivated me I want to be challenging for medals as well" Kenya’s Asbel Kiprop moves closer to his fourth 1500 metres world title "I’ve been doing this for many years and I’m ready for anything" said Kiprop There are four Indians in the fray in today’s men’s and women’s 20km walk event While Khushbir Kaur is the only Indian athlete competing in the women’s 20km walk the men’s 20km walk will see Irfan Kolothum Thodi Devender Singh and Ganapathi Krishnan in action later in the day Here is the full schedule for Day 10: Morning Session 12:15 – Men’s and women’s 50km race walks 16:50 – Women’s 20km race walk 18:50 – Men’s 20km race walk Evening Session 23:30 – Men’s high jump final 23:40 – Women’s discus throw final 00:05 (14 August) – Women’s 5000m final 00:40 (14 August)- Women’s 800m final 01:00 (14 August)- Men’s 1500m final 01:25 (14 August)- Women’s 4x400m relay final 01:45 (14 August) – Men’s 4x400m relay final With inputs from AP Written by Agencies | Toronto | Published: September 4 2012 6:12 pm Related News DNA sequencing can reconstruct the spread of a killer disease like tuberculosis (TB) from person to personbesides quickly identifying the origin and movement of pathogensa new study has found Researchers from the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control in VancouverCanadaused whole-genome sequencing to analyse the bacterial DNA in samples from 36 of 41 infected individuals in a tuberculosis (TB) outbreak They were able to track the pathogen’s movements through the community in British Columbiaincluding where it started and who infected whom Based on thisthey could identify key personsplacesand behaviours that contributed to the spread of the disease The researchers showed how the social structure of a community contributed to the rapid spread of TB and that a rise in crack cocaine use in the area may have triggered the outbreaka British Columbia Centre statement said Earlierepidemiological tools analysed some of the DNA in infected samples This gave too little information to accurately reconstruct an outbreak and scientists could only make informed guesses at how a pathogen spread through a population Jennifer Gardy from British Columbia Centrewho led the study told scientists that “solving” an outbreak identifying the source of the disease and the underlying patterns of transmission – is the proverbial holy grail of epidemiology “Using whole-genome sequencingwe are now able to act like field naturalists and observe how pathogens behave out in the wild We can see where outbreaks start and how they spread This level of insight has never been seen before and it promises to change the way we do public heath outbreak investigations” Gardy said in a statement “We hope to build a ‘pathogen knowledge base’ that describes how different communicable diseases spread in different social and environmental settings From this we will be able to identify commonalities that can be targeted in global public health interventions” said Gardy The findings were presented at the Society for General Microbiology’s Autumn Conference at the University of Warwick in Britain For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAround the time liberals secularists the Congress and Leftist parties are trying to build a narrative around the killing of journalist Gauri Lankesh – alleging that BJP and RSS have created an atmosphere of hatred intolerance and violence – Mohan Bhagwat took an unusual initiative to interact with diplomats from across the globe The diplomats had an opportunity to engage with the RSS chief and ask anything that they wanted to know For the diplomats it was an opportunity to form an opinion about the person (Bhagwat) who runs the biggest "social" organisation in the world Since the chances to interact directly with the RSS chief or any of the organisation’s top functionaries are very limited the opinions they and people in authority in their respective countries had formed were based either on media reports or briefings made by second-rung persons in the outfitor even by RSS’ critics and rivals File image of RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat Twitter @indfoundation That obviously was not a very healthy situation for the RSS More so since the time Narendra Modi an erstwhile Sangh pracharak led BJP to a full-majority government at the Centre there was a realisation among the leading lights of the RSS that they needed to open up It had for long been charged by its critics political or otherwise of being a closed secretive organisation Though the organisation has been trying to correct that situation over the last several years with increased interaction with media and people outside the Sangh Parivar – even starting a media wing and designating official spokespersons – Bhagwat engaging directly with foreign diplomats is something different and is open to varied interpretations Around 50 high-ranking diplomats drawn from all parts of the globe including those from Western and Islamic nations were keen to meet and know him and the organisation he leads Here it would be interesting to draw an analogy Way back in July 2005 when LK Advani had visited Pakistan and drew sizeable numbers from the media and other sections of society during his interactions someone in aposition of authority had remarked "they all are coming to see whether Advani has horns… I don’t know whether they are disappointed or happy to see that he does not" The other issue here is of acceptance of the RSS In September 2000 during a trip to theUnited States the then prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee had famously remarked "I too am a Swayamsewak" but the fact remains that his tenure in the government did have occasions when relations between him his government and the RSS were strained So much so that in a rare media interview the then RSS chief KS Sudarshan had made some harsh remarks about his government Though Modi has never made an "I too am a Swayamsewak" kind of remark his persona is taken as a moving embodiment of the Sangh philosophy It’s also a fact that his approach to dealing with a situation is based on realpolitik and governance needs than looking at it from an ideological straight-jacket perspective That notwithstanding the BJP and RSS coordination at all levels today is far greater and smoother than what it used to be during six years of Vajpayee regime That adds to the importance of the current RSS chief At the ‘breakfast briefing’ with foreign diplomats Bhagwat made brief opening remarks detailing the organisational structure of the RSS and the work it does He then invited the audience to ask questions For a change the news of the meeting and selective details didn’t initially originate from source but from the twitter handles of Ram Madhav and A Surya Prakash This is what some of the tweets had to say: "Sangh doesn’t run BJP; BJP doesn’t run Sangh As Swayamsevaks v consult n exchange notes bt independent in functioning-Bhagwatji to diplomats" What would interest many across the world was Bhagwat’s opinion on trolling an issue over which liberals and secularists keep on blasting "nationalists" and Sangh Parivar sympathisers RSS Chief DrMohan Bhagwat: We don’t support trolling & aggressive behaviour on the net – chat with Diplomats @rammadhavbjp @indfoundation pictwittercom/UpV6uCe9Uq — A Surya Prakash (@mediasurya) September 12 2017 Then he spoke about the alleged discrimination against Muslims: No discrimination & oneness of our nation & oneness of the world is our goal: RSS Chief DrMohan Bhagwat @indfoundation @rammadhavbjp — A Surya Prakash (@mediasurya) September 12 2017 He also covered various health education rural development projects: DrBhagwat says RSS runs 170 lakh service projects in HealthEdu Rural DevlAsks diplomats to visit projects @indfoundation @rammadhavbjp — A Surya Prakash (@mediasurya) September 12 2017 Now consider some of the headlines in various dailies: ‘Hinduness’ isn’t about what one wears or eats: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’ ‘RSS bound by Supreme Court order on Ayodhya: MohanBhagwat’ Bhagwat’s free and frank interaction with foreign diplomats suggests the kind of confidence and acceptance that he now has Former President Pranab Mukherjee hosting him for lunch in his last days at theRashtrapati Bhawan was another such occasion But his problems lie elsewhere – convincing Mamata Banerjee in West Bengal and a CPM government in Kerala to allow him to hold his public functions