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Such horizontal accountability would be far more efficient and fair than asking groups to continually seek permission.I tell her,We’re feeding you and the world”’ she saidwith a laugh This drop-off brought her total donation to nearly 8 gallons (30 liters)but this trip was made specially in response to a call put out by the Human Milk Banking Associationwhich sets standards for milk banks in CanadaMexico and the US The organization has been asking mothers to give whatever they can to help meet an increased demand for donated breast milk Part of the demand comes from hospitals More neonatal intensive-care units are keeping inventories of human donor milkand most breast milk donated to the Human Milk Banking Association goes to premature babies Several banks recently had such low supplies they’ve had to turn away people seeking milk for their infantssaid Jean Drulisdirector of the Mother’s Milk Bank of Iowa and president of the milk banking association Some banks are sharing their supply temporarily to fulfill requests As the word spreads about the availabilityso will awareness about the demand” Drulis said We know there are more donors” The organization is also encouraging new mothers to start donating Last yearthe association’s 10 banks dispensed more than 18 million ouncesup from 400000 ounces 10 years ago Another factor in increased demand is more awareness among parents Some parents are offered the milk when supplementation is neededwhile others are starting to request it A baby might need supplementation because of allergiesformula intolerance or immunological deficiencies When availablebanks will offer donor milk to healthy babies who aren’t able to get their own mother’s milk Githinji started pumping extra ounces to prevent engorgementwhich is when breasts overfill with milk to the point of discomfort Once she realized she could donate her milkshe loved the idea She even wrote a poem about itcalled ”To the l’il baby I’m helping to grow well” Milk donated to a milk bank is sent to the nearest processing plant In Githinji’s casethat’s Columbus There it will be pasteurizedrefrozen and sent back to area hospitalslike O’Blenessor sold to individuals with prescriptions Donors are not paid for their milkand milk bankswhich are all non-profitsdon’t charge for the milkbut they do pass on processing costs Making sure the milk is safe for babies to consume involves extensive donor screeningspasteurization and transportation fees Iowafor examplesells donated milk for just over $4 per ounce (2835 grams) There hasn’t been a safety issue in our 25-year history” Drulis said ”There’s a price for that” How much a baby consumesand therefore how much it costs to supply an infant with donated milkvaries widely An ounce might yield several feedings for a preemiewhich might be manageable for families whose insurance won’t cover the costs But a 10-pound (45-kilogram) baby might drink 30 ounces (850 grams) a day Some women opt for a free alternative called informal sharingwhich means that women who have extra milk simply give it to mothers who need it Organizations like Eats on Feets and Human Milk 4 Human Babies help these moms connect on Facebook But the US Food and Drug Administration recently came out against informal sharingsaying the milk hasn’t been ”adequately screened” and is unlikely to have been ”collectedprocessedtested or stored in a way that reduces possible safety risks” Moms like Greta McCoola registered nurse in WauwatosaWisconsinwho opted to get milk from informal sharing because her own supply of breast milk was inadequate to feed her sonaren’t worried ”If (their babies) are thrivingit will be fine for my child” she saidthough she did take the step of confirming that her donors are HIV-negative Part of the US Surgeon General’s recent ”Call to Action to Support Breastfeeding” specifically mentions the need to identify and address obstacles to greater availability of safe donated human milk For nowthoughit’s up to individual mothers to fill the need Those like Githinji will continue to offer her giftone extra pump at a time These milk donors are truly remarkable” Drulis said ”The service they’re doing to mankind is just amazing It’s totally altruistic” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNachan/Fatehpur (Himachal Pradesh): Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh on Sunday lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his "termite" barb against the Congress even as he ridiculed the BJP leader for "running from one constituency to another in a desperate bid to garner support for his party’s candidates in the upcoming Himachal Pradesh Assembly polls "With the writing on the wall clear for the BJP the prime minister is making frantic rounds of Himachal" he said adding that his own rallies had been delayed due to Modi’s "frenzied movement" in the hill state Reacting to Modi’s "termite" barb against the Congress Singh said "Had that been the case the country would have collapsed by now instead of progressing the way it has in the last 70 years Himachal Pradesh also would not have developed the way it has under various Congress governments" He added that the prime minister’s comments reflected his despair at the anti-BJP swing that had started emerging across the country At a rally in Kangra on Saturday Modi had likened the Congress to termites and exhorted the people to finish it off by handing over a three-fourth majority to the BJP in the 9 November Himachal polls File image of Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh AFP Launching his campaign in the hill state in support of the Congress candidates with massive rallies at Nachan (Mandi district) and Fatehpur (Kangra) Singh said it was obvious that the prime minister had realised that the BJP was headed for an electoral rout "Thus he (Modi) has put all his personal efforts in salvaging the situation with the bleak hope that he will be able to befool the people "These last-ditch efforts are however unlikely to yield results as the people of the state have witnessed the devastation wreaked by the BJP wherever it is in power including at the Centre" he said The veteran Congress leader alleged that from demonetisation to the Goods and Services Tax (GST) the Modi-led central government’s ill-conceived decisions had brought the people of the country to their knees and disillusioned them completely from the BJP He further alleged that when demonetisation struck people were not even left with enough money to buy a cup of tea and added that with the promised GST money yet to come in the state governments were having a hard time carrying out any development and welfare works Singh one of the star Congress campaigners in Himachal also ridiculed the Bullet Train project at a huge cost to the exchequer and said rides on the train were more expensive than air travel "Why would anyone want to pay more for a train journey when they could fly at a cheaper cost" he asked alleging that the Modi government clearly had no qualms about wasting the tax-payers’ hard-earned money Appealing to the people to vote for Congress nominees Lal Singh Kaushal from Nachan and Sujan Singh Pathania from Fatehpur Singh said with the governments in Punjab and other states caught in a financial bind due to the various inconsiderate decisions of the Modi government the plight of the ordinary people could not even be imagined "But the BJP remains unconcerned" he said asking the prime minister if his government had spared a single thought on how the states and the people would survive in the absence of funds Pointing out that Himachal had witnessed a huge development on all fronts under Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh the Punjab chief minister said the people of the hill state wanted continued progress and peace which only the Congress could give them "Virbhadra’s love for Himachal and its people will ensure that under his leadership the state will see another phase of development" he added The upcoming polls were a fight for the future of our children Singh said and exhorted the people to go home and persuade their neighbours and friends to vote for the Congress in the interests of the state Citing the example of Punjab which he said was on the path of an economic revival since his government took over earlier this year Singh said Himachal which had already witnessed a huge industrialisation under the Congress regime would also see large-scale employment generation under Virbhadra’s continued stewardship "Like me Virbhadra has also declared that this will be his last election as both of us now want to hand over the reins to the youth" Singh said Written by Inder Malhotra | Updated: July 26 2014 7:59 am To begin the story from the beginning it is not clear when exactly the coalition era began Related News Whatever one might say about the timing motives or ramifications of Justice Markandey Katju’s sensational disclosure nobody has yet been able to disprove the facts about the undue extensions given to a “tainted” additional judge of the Madras High Court because of the DMK’s threat to pull out of the UPA government and thus bring it down My submission is that this was not the only gross impropriety committed in the name of coalition compulsions At the time when the Congress’s main ally the Left was objecting to the government’s proposal to partially privatise several public sector undertakings for instance some DMK ministers reportedly barged into the prime minister’s office to warn him that selling any shares of the Neyveli lignite project would bring his government down Since public memory is proverbially short let me remind the reader that when the single-party rule of the Congress ended and the coalition era began a large proportion of the political class including pundits and commentators virtually jumped with joy At long last they said the country will have “real democracy” and those excluded from politics for so long would be empowered However sincere the belief reality did not redeem it To begin the story from the beginning it is not clear when exactly the coalition era began Arguably it was after the humiliating defeat of Indira Gandhi in the post-Emergency election in 1977 For even though the Janata Party pretended to be a single political entity it was in fact a coalition of four parties united only in their abhorrence of the Congress and divided over almost everything else In any case the Janata collapsed ignominiously in 30 months Indira spectacularly returned to power She and after her assassination her elder son Rajiv who was practically dragooned into politics ruled the country for a decade His former cabinet colleague and nemesis VP Singh replaced Rajiv Singh headed what he called the National Front but turned out to be a notional front In any case the front’s strength was so limited that it needed the support of two opposite poles of the political spectrum the BJP and the Communists to survive Within 11 months however Singh’s government fell because of his unilateral decision to enforce the Mandal report recommending 27 per cent reservations for OBCs With Rajiv’s patronage the former Young Turk Chandra Shekhar became prime minister but lasted only 120 days After Rajiv’s assassination in the midst of the 1991 general election PV Narasimha Rao ran a minority Congress government for the full five years though the means he used made him the first former PM to be dragged to a court of law on criminal charges No wonder the Congress was defeated in the 1996 polls (though it retained 140 seats in the Lok Sabha) For the first time the BJP became the largest party in the House but Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s first government became a 13-day wonder A new government of the so-called United Front headed by HD Deve Gowda was then sworn in It too could not have survived even for a day without the Congress’s support “from outside” The then Congress president Sitaram Kesri for reasons of his own pulled the plug on Gowda but let the UF rule under the leadership of IK Gujral Another group of Congressmen pulled the rug from under Gujral’s feet because he would not expel the DMK from his government which the Congress suspected was complicit in Rajiv’s assassination (Ironically it later became a close ally of the Congress) In the general election in 1998 the BJP came to power by heading the NDA with Vajpayee again as prime minister But this government fell for want of a single vote in the Lok Sabha only a few days after celebrating its first anniversary Why Because J Jayalalithaa of the AIADMK withdrew her support since the BJP-led government could not or would not withdraw the court cases filed against her by the state government led by her bitterest foe M Karunanidhi The country had to endure another election before which the BJP as a caretaker government fought the Kargil war This time round it won with a comfortable majority It is to Sonia Gandhi’s credit that in the 2004 polls she led the Congress back to power even though the BJP was so confident of its future that it had advanced the election by some months By then the Congress had been in the wilderness for eight years and the dynasty for 13 In all fairness the coalition era in India began in 1999 and ended for the foreseeable future at least in May this year when the BJP won a clear majority on its own and a dominant one with its allies What Jayalalithaa did to the first NDA coalition has already been mentioned Under pressure from other allies Vajpayee had to put on the back burner some of the prime elements in his party’s programme Some allies walked out of his government However overall he seems to have managed his coalition better than the diarchy of Sonia and Manmohan Singh did or could during the decade they ran the ruling coalition the UPA Vajpayee usually spoke of “coalition dharma” Manmohan of the “compulsions of coalition politics” The writer is a Delhi-based political commentator For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: August 7 2017 1:35 pm Upul Tharanga survived a scare after captain Virat Kohli dropped a straightforward catch at second slip off Mohammed Shami (Source: Reuters) Top News Team India clinched the three-match Test series against Sri Lanka after a thumping win at Colombo on Sunday With this victory India registered their eighth consecutive series win while skipper Kohli secured his second series win in Sri Lanka However some of the areas of concern still remain and Kohli touched upon one of them slip catching Stating that it is certainly an area that India is looking at Kohli said “Yeah that is certainly an area that we want to keep improving in I would say that on a pitch like that where it is getting slower sometimes you end up standing ahead because you want to pick up catches from the front And then when one big shot is played and the ball is bowled quick then you suddenly look like you are not in position It is a very tricky thing to figure out Maybe we will have to figure out a certain distance that we just stay in no matter if the ball falls in front of us or something like that” On the issue of specialist fielders taking those spots Kohli admitted that specialists are always nice “KL [Rahul] and Pujara are our close-in specialists Pujara does gully for spinners as well but then he takes on short-leg and KL hasn’t done as much of that practice as Pujara does So it becomes tricky I try to chip in but when I drop catches it looks bad We will have to figure out who stands in those positions consistently and keep those guys there for longer periods I think that is the solution going forward” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News Ask her how she dealt with the issue, Share This Article Related Article “Alia is amazing, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 4, Related News 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and hence should be granted ownership rights to the land. hundreds of thousands of people immerse Ganpati idols made of Plaster of Paris and other pollutants, Sri Lanka were doing fairly well having made 51 runs for the loss of two wickets.” said Viswanathan. 2013 1:45 am Related News The trial in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots case against former Congress MP Sajjan Kumar got delayed for the fifth time on Monday with the CBI seeking additional time to respond to his pleas for removal of nine prosecution witnesses and summoning of records from earlier FIRs against him. Meanwhile, Guardiola, The Kolkata Test changed our mindset, So that’s what we expect from this wicket as well. In May.

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