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050 billion are currently lying unsold in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). Description should include the detailed visual treatment; for example, general nursing care and supporting therapy.Jayalalithaa was admitted to the hospital on September 22 after she complained of fever and dehydration For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Manoj Dattatrye More | Latur | Updated: April 25 2016 2:53 am The water crisis has hit 12000 villages across Latur Osmanabad Jalna Beed and Parbhani districts (Express Photo) Related News Fifty-year-old G R Pardeshi was slated to undergo an operation at a private hospital located in the heart of Latur city He dithered after being told that the total cost would run up to Rs 60000 However when he approached the government hospital in the city doctors promised to conduct the same surgery for much less “I finally decided to postpone the surgery as the doctors at the private hospital told me that there was no emergency and the ailment could be managed with medication” he said adding that “who wants lose money in today’s worsening situation I will better use it to buy barrels of water for my family” But he is not the only one who’s letting drought conditions interfere with his healthcare decisions Share This Article Related Article Dr Kalyani Barmade secretary of the Indian Medical Association said “Patients like Pardeshi are either postponing their surgeries or are rushing to government hospital where they can get the operations done without disturbing their home budget which has been wrecked by severe water shortage as citizens have been forced to buy water from available sources” Meanwhile civic officials said that around 15000 private borewells located across Latur city were depleting fast “Surgeries in private hospitals have come down by 30-50 per cent My own hospital has seen 30 per cent drop in surgeries…People are going for surgeries in private hospitals only in case of emergencies” added Barmade Data available at the Government Medical College hospital in Latur showed that the hospital saw only 3081 and 3021 minor and major surgeries during the first three months of 2014 and 2015 respectively However in first three months of 2016 the surgeries shot up to 3854 The figure sources said even took the government doctors by surprise “Compared to the last two years the figures of surgeries this year so far are significant in view of the drought situation It shows people want to hold on to their money and look for options where they can undergo surgeries at cheaper rate and save money for the future…” said Girish Thakur deputy dean at the government hospital Dean Ashok Shinde said that while water supply to the hospital from Latur Municipal Corporation was cut by 50 per cent the surgeries had not been impacted because of help from several NGOs who were providing water free of cost “A major surgery doesn’t cost more than Rs 200 and a minor surgery Rs 100” Shinde added Private hospitals rubbished allegations that people were shying away from them as the cost of buying water was being passed on to patients “My hospital purchases water worth Rs 50000 every month but we have not hiked our rates even by one paisa” said Dr Verma He refused to comment about other hospitals WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 8 2016 12:05 pm Writer Stuart Blackburn says he first became interested in the Tibeto-Burman-speaking tribes of northeast India when he went to Arunachal Pradesh in 1999 (Source: Wikimedia Commons) Top News A book which tells the story of the Apatani tribe of Arunachal Pradesh during British India has bagged the MM Bennetts Award for Historical Fiction 2016 in the UK Stuart Blackburn was presented the award at the HNS Conference in Oxford for his novel “Into the Hidden Valley” The book published by Speaking Tiger looks into a little-known episode in the colonial history of British India Blackburn vividly brings alive the world of the Apatanis His exploration of what happens when this settled civilisation forcibly collides with British Empire sensitively portrays the impact of the forces of colonialism on both sides “Into the Hidden Valley” was chosen for the award ahead of Helena Page Schrader’s “Defender of Jerusalem” and “Allegiance” by Kermit Roosevelt The award is named in memory of writer-historian Bennetts who was a specialist in early 19th century British history and the Napoleonic wars The novel dramatises the colonial encounter with tribes by telling two stories one of a British official and the other of a tribesman Blackburn says he first became interested in the Tibeto-Burman-speaking tribes of northeast India when he went to Arunachal Pradesh in 1999 “I spent a large part of the next decade researching the cultures and oral traditions of one particular group the Apatanis who live in the ‘hidden valley’ of the story Two of my monographs document their storytelling arts” US-born Blackburn spent two and a half years in the rice fields and villages of south India where he learned to speak Tamil He is the author or editor of 16 books on Indian culture and folklore mainly in south India (where his first novel “Murder in Melur” is set) and northeast India One book a study of shadow puppet theatre in Kerala won the runner-up prize for the UK Folklore Book of the Year while a translation of an early Tamil novel won the A K Ramanujan Prize in the US For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News” said Patil. 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