India on Canvas A brush with our diversity

first_imgAnukta Mukherjee Ghosh’s magical strokes breathe a symphony of the world around her, as she goes about celebrating life through her colours. Like a child looks at the wonders of the world, experiencing even the ordinary with an amazement, Anukta’s canvas brings to life a fresh perspective – transforming the mundane to the extraordinary.’India on Canvas: A brush with our diversity’ is an exhibition of few such phenomenal works by Anukta. The solo art show will be held from September 6-8, at WelcomArt Gallery, ITC Sonar Also Read – An income drop can harm brainThe horizon of her works is beyond the boundaries of categorisation. Just as many India(s) breathe within one India, Anukta gives an ode to that versatility through her works. Ever inspired by the spaces she inhabits, the places she visits and the people she meets, her works are mostly personal insights and associations from the ordinary to the obvious. Colours, forms and lines play a special interest in her works done mostly in contemporary realistic style. Also Read – Shallu Jindal honoured with Mahatma AwardRising above from her corporate avatar of over a decade, Anukta bid adieu to her successful career and embarked on a new adventure to complete a two year online Diploma course in drawing and painting with a certificate of distinction from the London School of Art, while also honing her skills through guidance from professional artists. For Anukta, painting is not merely about the end result. Between the first brush stroke to the last, what brings her joy is the meditative and spiritual process of losing oneself to the subconscious. In a world that is standing at the brink of chaos, Anukta believes in the redemptive power of art. Her strokes cast a magical spell of positivity and cheerfulness on the audience, reaching not only to the heart but the very soul of those who take respite in art. Anukta’s paintings have been exhibited across India and abroad. Her paintings and commissioned projects find home all across the globe for corporates and individuals alike. For example, Image of her painting ‘Magan’ has been adapted by the Government of India in 2019, for a period of five years as a mascot for its recently launched Pan India project called Womaniya on GeM – supporting woman entrepreneurs and SHGs.The image is currently on the home page of the Govt. e–market website. She has been recently felicitated by the then Union Minister of Commerce and Industries, Mr Suresh Prabhu at a National Launch of the project. One of her paintings from her series ‘My Brush with Bollywood’ found a feature and favourable mention by Amitabh Bachchan in his official blog in February 2018. She has recently done an artwork titled ‘Kolkata Kaleidoscope’ for the public area of the newly launched, super luxury hotel ITC Royal Bengal, as part of an art camp hosted by ITC Ltd., comprising some of the leading artists of Bengal.last_img read more

Electrolux closing Memphis plant reinvesting in Springfield

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Swedish appliance maker Electrolux says it is stopping production at its Memphis, Tennessee, factory while investing $250 million in a separate facility in the state.The Stockholm-based maker of Frigidaire products said Thursday that it is consolidating all U.S. cooking manufacturing into its facility in Springfield, Tennessee. The company said in March that it was putting its plant expansion in Springfield on hold, citing President Donald Trump’s tariff announcement as the reason.Springfield is about 30 miles (about 50 kilometres) north of Nashville.Electrolux said production at the Memphis facility is expected to continue through 2020. Buttressed by $150 million in tax incentives, the company opened its Memphis factory in 2014 with the goal of producing 600,000 ovens annually while employing 1,200 people. Job cuts have reduced that to 530.Adrian Sainz, The Associated Press read more

Colombia UN experts urge protection of AfroColombian communities against elevating violence

“We are concerned that many Afro-Colombians community leaders have faced repeated death threats following their call for their ancestral land rights and to prevent the exploitation of their territories by outside mining interests, including multinational mining companies,” said human rights expert Ricardo A. Sunga III, who currently heads the Working Group of Experts of People of African Descent.The call came at a time when several Afro-descendant leaders are being subjected to intimidation, including death threats, as they campaign for territorial rights.“We ask for protection of Afro-Colombians, especially those engaged in active campaign for land restitution including in the Cauca Department. The communities’ territorial rights must also be respected,” Mr. Sunga stressed earlier in the week. “We urge the Colombian authorities to put an end to criminalisation and threats against human rights defenders and members of their families,” he added. While acknowledging ongoing efforts by the Government, the human rights expert emphasized that much more work is required to address the situation. “The Colombian Government must take effective action to guarantee the safety of their communities, undertake full and impartial investigations into the threats and bring all those responsible to justice,” Mr. Sunga underlined.Recalling the Working Group’s request for an official invitation in December 2014, the expert reiterated their willingness to visit the country to investigate the Afro-Colombian community’s human rights situation.The Working Group’s appeal to the Colombian Government has also been endorsed by the Special Rapporteur on minority issues, Rita Izsák-Ndiaye; the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders, Michel Forst; the Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, Christof Heyns; and the Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance, Mutuma Ruteere. read more

Mother of junior doctors strike leader was nurses firebrand who plotted full

first_imgShe followed in her mother’s footsteps as an enthusiastic union supporter, first becoming ‘active’ in the British Medical Association in 2013, rising to the ranks of deputy chair of the junior doctors’ committee.The committee at the time was led by Johann Malawana, who brokered the deal with Jeremy Hunt, the Health Secretary, that should have led to a truce between junior doctors and Conservative ministers. Sources close to the negotiations in May said that Dr McCourt was instrumental in reaching agreement with Mr Hunt.But when the BMA put the deal to its members, they rejected it, prompting Dr Malawana to quit his post and for Dr McCourt to stand unopposed in his place. Dr McCourt has been an enthusiastic member of the BMACredit:Sean Spencer/Hull News & Pictures Ltd  Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Dr Ellen McCourt studied at St Andrews UniversityCredit:Simon Greener/Newcastle Chronicle Junior Doctors to take strike action 12-16 September: full withdrawal of labour 8am-5pm with further dates to be confirmed #junioraction— #hellomynameisEllen (@McCourtEllen) August 31, 2016 The mother of the junior doctors’ leader behind the NHS strikes plotted an all-out stoppage by nurses when she headed its union, The Telegraph can disclose.Professor Kath McCourt, whose daughter Ellen is spearheading the five-day doctors’ strike, was chair of the governing council of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) when it threatened its own industrial action just four years ago.Prof McCourt was at the forefront of the push for a ballot in January 2012 over the Government’s plan to change nurses’ pensions.  Unlike her mother, Ellen McCourt, 32, is determined to press ahead with the junior doctor’s strike. Born into an affluent home in Whitley Bay, the seaside resort in the north east, Dr McCourt has followed an unconventional career path since graduating with a medical sciences degree from St Andrews University in 2006 and a further medical degree from the University of Manchester in 2009.  She completed a year as an orthopaedic registrar in the north east before taking a year out to study for an MSc in global health at Kings College London. The programme included volunteering work in two of Africa’s most dangerous countries – Somaliland and the Democratic Republic of Congo.On returning to the UK, she moved back up north, working in the A&E in hospitals in Hull where she is now an emergency medicine trainee.  Dr Ellen McCourt Dr Ellen McCourt is pressing ahead with the strike Credit:BMA  Dr McCourt is adamant that junior doctors have been left with no choice but to strike.“Genuine efforts to resolve the dispute have been met with an unwillingness to engage, and, at times, deafening silence from the secretary of state,” she complained.On Thursday senior Government sources complained the BMA council had become too political and that members of it had strong labour ties. Dr Ellen McCourt  The RCN members subsequently voted to reject the Government’s deal but the turnout was so low – at just 16 per cent – that the union declined to plough on with industrial action. The RCN has never taken all-out strike action in its history.At the time, Prof McCourt  said that while nurses “would not take an unprecedented step over industrial action lightly”, the union was being pushed towards a ballot by Government intransigence.Six months later, Prof McCourt, who retired earlier this year at the age of 63 as dean of the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences at Northumbria University, was awarded a CBE for services to the nursing profession. The new proposal for all out strikes – beginning on Sept 12 – has astonished ministers, not least because Dr McCourt had played such an important role in the spring in seemingly bringing an end to hostilities.A source close to the negotiations said: “Ellen McCourt led them and she was in the room every step of the way. Every bit of the new contract she signed off. To then turn around and say we need to deprive patients of live-saving care is astonishing hypocrisy.“So many of the things the BMA asked for, the Government gave to them. They came up with an idea for weekend working and she was heavily involved in that. She basically co-led the negotiations with Johann, the only two BMA negotiators present.” Dr Ellen McCourtlast_img read more

Republic of Ireland hit with Uefa charge over tennis ball protest

first_img 69 Comments Tennis balls on the Aviva Stadium pitch during the Euro 2020 qualifier between Republic of Ireland and Georgia. Tennis balls on the Aviva Stadium pitch during the Euro 2020 qualifier between Republic of Ireland and Georgia. Image: James Crombie/INPHO Subscribe Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Republic of Ireland hit with Uefa charge over tennis ball protest Supporters threw tennis balls onto the Aviva Stadium pitch during the game against Georgia on Tuesday. Short URL Share33 Tweet Email 26,358 Views By Paul Dollery Mar 28th 2019, 11:36 AM UEFA HAS OPENED disciplinary proceedings against the Republic of Ireland as a result of a protest from supporters which briefly interrupted Tuesday night’s game against Georgia.Ireland were 1-0 winners in the Euro 2020 qualifier at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium thanks to a Conor Hourihane free-kick.However, Hourihane’s taking of the kick was delayed for approximately two minutes after supporters threw tennis balls onto the pitch.  The case in relation to the incident, which occurred in the 33rd minute of the game, will be dealt with by European football’s governing body’s Control, Ethics and Disciplinary committee on Thursday, 16 May.Irish fans were airing their grievances over the governance of the Football Association of Ireland, following recent revelations that John Delaney provided a €100,000 “bridging loan” — which was later repaid — to the FAI in 2017.Shortly after last Saturday evening’s 1-0 win in Gibraltar, the FAI announced that Delaney had stepped aside from his position as Chief Executive to move into the newly-created role of Executive Vice-President. The FAI are being charged under Article 16 (2) of Uefa’s Disciplinary Regulations, which relates to the throwing of objects.The article states that “all associations are liable for the inappropriate behaviour on the part of their supporters and may be subject to disciplinary measures and directives even if they can prove the absence of any negligence in relation to the organisation of the match.”Subscribe to our new podcast, The42 Rugby Weekly, here: Image: James Crombie/INPHO Thursday 28 Mar 2019, 11:36 AMlast_img read more

OGM Bruxelles propose aux Etats européens de devenir autonomes

first_imgOGM : Bruxelles propose aux Etats européens de devenir autonomesEurope – La Commission européenne a proposé mardi aux États membres de devenir libres d’interdire la culture d’organismes génétiquement modifiés (OGM) sur leur territoire. Une mesure qui permettrait de débloquer le processus européen d’autorisation de mise en culture.”Les mesures adoptées aujourd’hui vont donner aux États membres la liberté de décider en matière de culture d’OGM” a expliqué John Dalli, commissaire européen à la Santé. La proposition de Bruxelles vise à rendre aux États réticents la liberté d’interdire ou de restreindre sur leur territoire les cultures d’OGM, et ce même si les cultures concernées ont obtenu un feu vert européen. “L’expérience avec les OGM jusqu’à présent a montré que les États membres ont besoin de davantage de flexibilité pour organiser la coexistence des produits transgéniques et des autres sortes de plantes, conventionnelles ou biologiques”, a souligné John Dalli.En contrepartie de cette flexibilité, la Commission invite les États opposés aux OGM à cesser de bloquer les processus d’autorisation de mises en culture demandées par les multinationales. Le commissaire européen assure toutefois qu’il “n’est pas question de faire pression pour obtenir davantage de votes positifs”. Et d’ajouter : “Je ne m’attends pas à ce que les gouvernements changent leurs votes simplement parce que nous avons présenté ce paquet”.A ce jour, le maïs MON 810 du groupe américain Monsanto est le seul produit à avoir été autorisé à la culture en Europe pour l’alimentation. Victimes de la crainte de l’opinion publique européenne, les cultures OGM sont en recul sur le Vieux continent, tandis qu’elles se multiplient en Amérique du Nord et du Sud.La proposition de Bruxelles est accueillie avec méfiance par les gouvernements européens. Alors que la France et l’Espagne se sont déjà déclarées opposées à une renationalisation des autorisations de culture, l’Allemagne et l’Italie n’ont pas encore pris position.Le 13 juillet 2010 à 16:10 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

Telangana government enhances Kalyana Lakshmi amount for

first_imgThe Telangana government has enhanced the Kalyana Lakshmi amount for the disabled women to Rs 1,25,145. Burra Venkatesham, secretary of the BC welfare department has issued the orders.The enhanced 25 percent of the amount is to be paid to eligible beneficiaries under the scheme. Currently, the government is providing Rs 1,00,116 to low-income families who are deprived of performing marriages of their girl children.The government has decided to enhance the amount based on the verdict of the Supreme Court that the disabled have to get 25 per cent of the additional benefits than the usual beneficiaries under various schemes.last_img read more

Shocking Radhika Apte was the first choice for Vicky Donor was replaced

first_imgRadhika AptePR HandoutIf sipping coffee with Karan Johar on his chat show Koffee with Karan was not enough, celebs seem to be having a rough time dealing with Neha Dhupia’s scary spice on her chat show – No Filter Neha. From candid revelations to shocking confessions, celebs on the show have said it all, bared it all. And the recent revelation that comes from Radhika Apte has taken us aback.Radhika Apte and Ayushmann Khurrana graced the finale episode of No Filter Neha and bared their hearts out. Talking about a role she lost out on due to body issues, Radhika Apte revealed that she was the first choice for ‘Vicky Donor’. She said that she had been selected without giving an audition for the female lead in the film, but, the makers wanted her to lose weight. She revealed that though she was never fat, the makers had a particular weight and shape in mind and hence had asked her to lose weight. Radhika, who was supposed to go on vacation had promised them that she would lose all the weight within the given time frame of two months. First, the makers agreed, but, later decided to replace her with Yami Gautam.Radhika revealed that though she takes criticism at work very positively, this particular didn’t go down well with her and left her worried. She revealed that she had stopped eating for a long period after that episode.Well, with the fabulous choices that Radhika seems to be making these days and the amount of popularity she has gained, it was certainly a loss for the makers Shoojit Sircar and the team and definitely a massive gain for Yami Gautam, who hasn’t had the same amount of success after that.last_img read more

Aishwarya Rai to be roped in for Koratala Shivas next movie with

first_imgThe first look teaser of Chiranjeevi’s Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy is unveiled. It hints the life of Indians during the British rule and the rise of a hero who led a revolutionary movement against them.Finding a heroine for Megastar Chiranjeevi is definitely a big task for any director nowadays. The actor is too old for any young heroine in the industry now and not all the actresses with whom he was worked are not in acting anymore.For Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy, he has teamed up with Nayanthara and in Khaidi No.1, he was seen shaking leg with Kajal Aggarwal. Well, it is known that Chiranjeevi is going to team up with director Koratala Shiva, who made films like Mirchi, Janatha Garage, Srimanthudu and Bharat Ane Nenu. All these films have been huge hits at the box office and the director has nothing but back to back hits in his kitty now.So his upcoming film with Chiranjeevi is said to be going on the floors next year and it is expected to be launched on Ugadi.As per the source, after getting in touch with all the possible heroines for this film, it is said that the director is now in the process of getting in touch with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan to play the leading lady in this film. If this news is true, there’s no wonder why he has approached the Bollywood diva.The senior most actresses down south are Nayanthara, Shriya Saran, Trisha, Tamannaah Bhatia and Anushka Shetty. But it looks like none of them has given nod to this project.Well, bringing Aishwarya Rai to act with Chiranjeevi is definitely not a bad idea. “The makers are trying to bring the best actress on board and they are not going to compromise with the budget. Because it is still in the pre-production stage and hasn’t been launched, the producers do not want to make any official statements about the cast,” said a source close to the direction team. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan on the Cannes 2019 red carpet.Twitter / RCFAOn the work front, Chiranjeevi has even completed dubbing for Sye Raa and as per the reports, the film is going to hit the screens on October 2.last_img read more

Costco Opens In Shanghai Shuts Early Owing To

first_img by NPR News Merrit Kennedy 8.28.19 4:03pm It looks like Costco is a hit in Shanghai. On Tuesday, the U.S. wholesale chain opened its first location in mainland China and was so inundated with eager shoppers that the store closed early owing to “security concerns.”The next day, Costco began limiting the number of shoppers in its warehouse to 2,000 at a time. “Local police will assist in improving traffic in the area, in order to lessen the disturbance to our neighbors, and we have improved our internal guest flow system,” the company said in a statement on the social media platform WeChat.Costco said that in the coming week, people who have memberships to the store will be notified “if we are nearing maximum capacity or if there are long wait times.”Photos from the store opening show long lines of customers queued up to apply for membership and crowds of people surrounding a roast chicken counter and freezers full of meat.The company, which first opened in the U.S. in 1976 under a different name, offers its members bulk items at wholesale prices. The cavernous stores are known for vast shelves with items stacked nearly to the ceiling.According to the Chinese news agency Xinhua, membership to the Shanghai store costs about $42 annually. “Prices of general merchandise in Costco are 30 to 60 percent lower than market prices and the food sold there is 10 to 20 percent cheaper,” Xinhua noted.The low prices certainly created a commotion, with checkout lines two hours long and three-hour waits simply to find a spot in the parking lot.It’s worth noting that some major international brands have had a hard time in China. As Bloomberg reported, “Carrefour SA sold an 80% stake in its China unit at a discount in June while German wholesaler Metro AG is looking to sell its operations.”Sam’s Club, the Walmart-owned rival wholesaler, has had a presence in the Chinese market for more than 20 years. It currently has at least 23 locations there.Costco’s senior vice president for Asia, Richard Zhang, told AFP that the Chinese consumer’s familiarity with Sam’s Club could help his company. “Chinese consumers are ready to pay for a membership card that grants them an exclusive privilege to buy at a warehouse store, it’s not a new concept in the country,” he said.Still, the ongoing U.S.-China trade war could complicate the company’s supply. Zhang told the wire service that about 50 percent of the products are from overseas and that some fresh produce items from the U.S. have been replaced with items from Australia.Copyright 2019 NPR. To see more, visit NPR. Costco Opens In Shanghai, Shuts Early Owing To Massive… Aly Songlast_img read more

Medical bank starts emergency helpline to address blood shortage

first_imgKolkata: Medical Bank has opened emergency helpline to cope with the shortage of blood during the Durga Puja.In case of any emergency, people can call 98310-62157, D Ashis, secretary of Medical Bank said.He said as there are few blood donation camps because of the Puja, there is severe shortage in the blood banks. There are 70 blood banks run by the state government in the state while another 16 are run by the Centre along with 35 private blood banks. The annual requirement in the state is around 15 lakh units while around 11.5 lakh units are collected through various blood donation camps. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeD Ashis said it is really unfortunate that most of the Puja committees are not concerned about the shortage of blood. “Thousands of people from other states and countries come to Kolkata during Durga Puja and if they need blood, it will difficult to get a unit.”To address this issue, it would have been ideal had the Puja committees put up the hoardings containingthe names of the persons willing to donate blood during the Pujas.Also, though the state-run blood banks are open during the Durga Puja, no collection and examination of blood samples are done after sundown because of shortage of staff.He urged the state government to open the examination of blood samples facilities round the clock.last_img read more

Go back to the enewsletter Pioneer operator True N

first_imgGo back to the enewsletterPioneer operator True North Adventure Cruises is preparing for no less than its 32nd season in the awe-inspiring Kimberley region of Western Australia in 2019.The Kimberley Coast is renowned for its wilderness qualities, stunning scenery, vibrant Indigenous culture and some of the best fishing action on the planet. And True North Adventure Cruises is equally revered for introducing all in ultimate style.The company first offered adventure cruises along the Kimberley coast back in 1987, and since then the mantlepiece has been adorned with many awards and accolades. But the company has never lost its lust for breaking the mould, and the soon-to-commence 2019 Kimberley Season will spawn a brand-new version of what is already tried and proven.The old favourites are back: the 10-night Kimberley Waterfalls will still be a big hit with those who can’t resist nature’s majesty, the seven-night Snapshot is the perfect answer for time-poor adventurers, and the 13-night Kimberley Ultimate looks destined to forever be the company’s flagship offering. However, it’s a tantalising mix of the Kimberley Coast and another favoured destination, the Rowley Shoals, that has everyone talking.The 13-night Coast and Coral will kick off on the Kimberley Coast and those lucky enough to be aboard the 750-tonne True North will savour all the icons, including the King George Falls, Mitchell Falls, the Hunter River, the Prince Regent River and Montgomery Reef. Then it’s just an overnight steam to the magnificent Rowleys and more than 300 square kilometres of pristine coral playground.Both destinations have been longstanding favourites with both guest and crew, but this is the first time that True North Adventure Cruises has offered an opportunity to experience the Kimberley Coast and the Rowley Shoals in a single itinerary.“It’s going to be another big year in the Kimberley,” reports True North’s Sales Manager, Stacey Newton. “Sales interest in all our Kimberley products has been pleasing again, and the new Coast and Coral itinerary is proving to be a favourite. Although we still have good availability on our more established itineraries, there are only a handful of cabins left on the Coast and Coral.”The first Kimberley Waterfalls itinerary departs Broome on 21 March, while the maiden Coast and Coral will embark in the frontier port of Wyndham on 24 August.See back to the enewsletterlast_img read more

Anastasiades believes majority of doctors will honour Hippocratic oath join Gesy

first_imgPresident Nicos Anastasiades on Friday expressed optimism that the majority of private doctors would join the National Health Scheme (Gesy), despite the fact the Cyprus Medical Association (CyMA) has called on its members not to back the health scheme.CyMA’s head described those who did otherwise would be “apostates”.However, Anastasiades said the majority of the medical world honours the Hippocratic oath and had “social sensitivities.”He was responding to questions from the press concerning CyMA’s decision not back Gesy by calling on its members not to join.“I want to believe that the overwhelming majority of doctors, through the dialogue we have started, will decide to participate, because I believe that the overwhelming majority of doctors put above all what the Hippocratic oath dictates,” Anastasiades said.“That is why, beyond the will of the government, the political world and the people, I am confident that the sense of responsibility of the doctors of Cyprus will allow for the implementation [of Gesy] just as it has been set.”Gesy, Anastasiades said, “will be implemented.”The leadership of CyMA, that represents some 40 medical societies, urged its members following a long meeting on Thursday night not to join Gesy. The association’s main grievances are two: they want the flexibility of being able to enter into private practice within Gesy, and are calling for an increase in the budget due to concerns over remuneration. The government has said no to both demands.The announcement however, was marred by a message sent by the head of CyMA, Petros Agathangelou this week to the association’s members whereby he reportedly stated that he could not imagine there would be doctors who would “assume the role of an apostate” by publicly siding with the government and thus undermining the efforts of their colleagues to safeguard their dignity.“Something like that would be immoral,” said the letter published in the media.The head of CyMA’s ethics committee, Vasos Economou said on Friday that the matter had already been discussed internally.“This incident should have been avoided. According to some, these were unfortunate expressions,” Economou told state broadcaster CyBC, adding that this was a “family issue” and would not be discussed publicly nor it would break the unity of the CyMA leadership.“We did not flog him [Agathangelou]. We expressed our opinion,” he said.Economou said that, as regards CyMA’s decision on Gesy, it was up to each doctor to decide “according to their adequacy, conscience, ethics, and socioeconomic situation if they would join or not.”He said that CyMA was not against Gesy but its failure. “We don’t believe that this proposed scheme could work.”Later in the day, two more medical societies, gynecologists and obstetricians and surgeons, called on their members not to join Gesy.The surgical society advised its members not to join Gesy at the moment and that they were ready to dialogue with the government. The group said they would join only if “convinced with evidence of the safe provision of healthcare to our patients.”But not all private doctors agree with CyMA.Former chairman of CyMA, Giorgos Potamitis, urged the leadership of the medical association “even at the eleventh hour, to convince doctors to participate in the scheme,” and continue the dialogue with the government so that they can claim their demands later on.The dialogue, Potamitis told CyBC, must continue “because there are still a number of questions left unanswered.” He said that there are gaps in the proposed scheme which doctors can help improve.As regards the demand of CyMA for private practice, he said that this would cause chaos and that patients would bear the brunt.“Private practice would be a utopia in a proper health scheme,” Potamitis said.Government Spokesman, Prodromos Prodromou, said that it was doctors who would be called in a few days to express interest if they would like to work as GPs under Gesy and not their collective bodies.The Health Insurance Organisation (HIO), as of January 21, will be accepting applications from state and private doctors who would like to register as GPs in Gesy. The expression of interest by private and state doctors to participate in seminars on how to submit their application to register as GPs is gradually increasing, he said. By Thursday noon, reportedly around 120 doctors had expressed interest.Prodromou said that the dialogue between HIO and individual medical societies was continuing and that the authority would assess the situation after it starteddd receiving applications from  doctors. Depending on the expression of interest, he said, the government and HIO would assess the best way to go about it.“At the moment the government carries on smoothly for the implementation of Gesy,” he said, which will kick in in June with outpatient care. Inpatient care will be introduced in June 2020.The association of private hospitals, which had announced last week it would interrupt its dialogue with HIO, has had a change of heart after receiving some data it had requested and said they were now ready to enter into consultations. The Limassol-based German Oncology Centre said this week it would like to join Gesy, following the announcement last week of the Mediterranean Hospital of Cyprus in the same district.The oral and maxillofacial society, the association of private doctors, the vascular and endovascular surgery association, rheumatologists, intensivists, urologists, nuclear medicine physicians, ear, nose and throat (ENT) doctors, endocrinologists, paediatricians and gastroenterologists all decided not to join Gesy by last week. 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