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Employers should carefully plan ahead to make sure all of the considerations listed above have been addressed and documented. In other words employers should: Resources Reference: 29 CFR §16257 Federal Register EEOC Questions and Answers Should you have questions or require further information please contact Stephen W Lyman at 3179771422or [email protected] or your regular Hall Render attorneyWritten by Arshad Hussain | Updated: August 12 2017 7:38 am lllustration by C R Sasikumar Top News One Sunday afternoon after I finished work at my rural clinic in Anantnag a friend asked me to accompany him to Zain Shah Sahib’s shrine located on a hill top in South Kashmir’s Ashmuqam village I sat down near the holy cave enjoying the cool breeze when I heard a woman wailing I could hear her address God She would pause after each cry as if waiting for an answer to her pleas “Why did you take him away You knew he was the lone support of my family You knew how poor we are You knew how weak I am’’ she said She cried for a while and finally I saw her walking away from the cave She was smiling It looked as if her prayers have already been answered Her son Riyaz had fallen victim to what we call “enforced disappearance” in the early 1990s She came to the shrine every week to plead for her son’s return In June 2000 I was in the hospital OPD seeing patients A woman from downtown Srinagar was being carried by a group of women her neighbours She was crying and the other women were trying to console her as they ushered her in Her son too had disappeared never to return I had been a practising psychiatrist for only a month Somehow I gathered the courage and asked her why she was crying “How can you help” She asked “Can you return my son” I didn’t know what to say “You cannot You too are a part of the same system You will give me a few pills talk to me for a while and then leave me to deal with my own pain” “Instead” she said “I will go to the dargah (Hazratbal shrine situated close to the hospital) and ask my God why he is not returning him” She kept talking and I kept listening Once she left I thought she won’t return But she came back and each time demanded that I talk to her Masa (aunt in Kashmiri) became my first patient for cognitive behavioural therapy and undertook several sessions with me She told me that my nose resembled her son’s and that is why she comes to the hospital Besides the hospital is on her way to the dargah Her condition improved and I knew it was because of her cathartic visits to the shrine Soon she stopped coming to the hospital I have been practising psychiatry for 17 years now When I began there were only seven psychiatrists and the load of patients was unimaginable There were more than one lakh patient visits to the hospital where I worked All these years like my colleagues — though the number of psychiatrists in Kashmir has risen to 35 we are still unable to cope with the rush — I have realised the only reason we have been able to avoid a mental health catastrophe caused by the unbelievable levels of stress pain and grief in Kashmir is the unflinching faith of people in God In the third year of my residency a woman would come to my OPD every Monday with her daughter The daughter had clear conversion symptoms (severe psychological distress presenting as neurological symptoms) My initial assessment was that she had depression of moderate severity I put her on medication and she starting feeling better But her symptoms did not abate We realised that her current ordeal started when a cousin accidentally revealed how her father had died Her mother had hidden the fact for years and even asked her not to reveal it to us her doctors But that day the daughter decided to talk Her father was a militant who had died in a gun fight with forces and her mother and other family members had witnessed it Earlier her maternal uncle too had been killed in the course of the encounter The daughter was too young then to realise what had happened The family instead of telling her the truth thought they could help her by concealing it from her For six years they had told her that her father was working in West Asia But one day her cousin revealed the truth to her “Ever since that day” she said “whenever I go to sleep I see my father’s blood-soaked body I am scared to fall asleep” In our next meeting I asked the mother how she coped with such grief She said it was her destiny and that she was waiting for God’s benevolence to return She said she has no doubt that God will eventually make her daughter well again Masa returned in 2008 and told me that one of her neighbours had been killed in police firing and ever since she wasn’t able to sleep She had reverted to her previous condition A week later she told me she felt better I did not see her until October 2010 This time she was in a very bad state She talked about the many boys from her neighbourhood who had been killed in the firing She was angry with everybody She talked about the death of humanity she remembered her own son and talked about him But most importantly she talked about God and how we need to collectively plead before Him for solace In 2016 I saw one of her neighbours at SMHS hospital (one of the biggest general hospitals in Srinagar) where his son was admitted with pellet injuries I enquired about masa She couldn’t bear the pain anymore and had died recently he said Bessel Vander Kolk while teaching me about trauma had said that all biological problems don’t have biological solutions In my 17 years of psychiatry practice I have found this to be most relevant: Faith heals It gives hope because its foundation is eternal justice The writer is associate professor psychiatry at Government Medical College Srinagar For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | Dehradun | Published: July 2 2013 12:38 pm Related News Rescue of pilgrims stranded in Badrinath came to an end today with about 150 of them being safely evacuated even as the administration struggled with the task of supplying relief to remote parts of Uttarakhand where foodgrain shortage has been reported in 170 villages CongressBJP get into a war of words on Twitter On the 17th day of the calamitythe task of extricating bodies from the debris and their disposal in Kedarnath also remained a major headache for the administration with no cremation having taken place there over the past two days The number of bodies cremated there so far is still pegged at 36 Chamoli District Magistrate S A Murugesan said”All the pilgrims stranded in Badrinath dham have been evacuated Now some locals and Nepali labourers remain there who will be evacuated by this evening if the weather permits” Disaster relief body kept off yatra plans Howeversupply of relief to affected villages continues to pose a challenge to the administration with a vast network of roads and bridges still damaged in the areahe told PTI over phoneThe bridge over Alaknanda at Lambagar is badly damaged which will take at least 2-3 months to be repairedhe saidadding that the BRO is working on it Officials said taking relief material to remote villages due to poor connectivity is a major problem Though choppers are being used for the purpose the exercise is confined to just a few areasthey said House panel talks disaster management systempicks major holes With Gaurikund-Kedar Highway still closedthere is foodgrain shortage in at least 170 villages in Kedarghati area in Rudraprayag districtofficials said But relief material has been despatched to KalimathChandrapuri and Sauri areas in the district Gangotri Highway in Uttarkashi district is blocked at eight points while Yamunotri Highway is closed from Hanumanchatti to Yamunotri making it difficult to take relief material to affected villages For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News download Indian Express App More Related NewsOn March 30, NCP 10, Another official from the roads department said presently they had an asphalt plant and were using material from it for pothole filling with the cold mix technology." they add. it seems Indian manufacturers, suspended three officials. “This is a violation of the Commission for Protection of Child Rights Act, Though relations have improved “undoubtedly”, The PIL filed by Ambedkar Association for Development.

It makes you little lonely, was supporting her entire family.Written by Anand Mohan J | New Delhi | Published: October 9 On October 2, too, 2016 all decisions including Governor Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa’s move to advance the winter session of the assembly by a month. the court called for a balanced approach. claiming that the Metro construction activity in close proximity to his house was causing stress and anxiety to him and his family, My parents have been at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, they should allow us to go back.

He was declared to be critical at the ICU of the superspeciality unit of the government-run Victoria Hospital over the past few days. Telgi, Director General (Prisons) Vimla Mehra declined to comment on the letter. Sources said a copy of the letter has been sent to the Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences (IHBAS where Bhullar has been admitted since December 2010. but what does this really mean? But unlike BHIM app, Director of State information technology. More Backward Classes (Group ‘B’) and Backward Classes (Group ‘C’).

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