REUTERS/Reinhard Krause BERLIN (Reuters) - Geman Social Democrat (SPD) leader Martin Schulz, whose party trails Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives by 17 points, said he was going into Sunday’s television debate convinced he would win this month’s elections. “I am not in the least bit nervous,” he told Bild newspaper in an interview conducted after media reports suggesting his predecessor as leader had given up hope of an SPD victory. “A successful duel can create momentum,” Schulz said in a separate interview with the RND network of newspapers. Merkel, 63, has been chancellor since 2005 and is widely seen as Europe’s most influential politician. She has weathered storms over mass immigration and financial and political turmoil in the European Union, while the SPD, Germany’s oldest party has struggled to promote a strong rival. Schulz’s campaign got off to a promising start early this year, with thousands flocking to the party after he was chosen as candidate; but three crushing defeats at the hands of the conservatives in regional elections, including in its heartland of North Rhine-Westphalia, knocked him off course. “These were very difficult defeats for the SPD...but nonetheless, 46 percent of voters have yet to make up their minds,” a tired-looking Schulz, 61, said in a live online interview with the mass-selling newspaper. He said he would turn things around in the first and only televised debate between the pair ahead of the Sept. 24 election. The logo and the desk for Angela Merkel are pictured at the Adlershof TV studio, before a debate between incumbent German Chancellor Angela Merkel and SPD candidate Martin Schulz collectively hosted by all German TV networks, in Berlin, Germany, September 1, 2017.
The Hospital officials said they had already informed the media that the Superintendent was on leave and we were not aware of this. On a tip off, the police have taken a photograph of the body and began inquiry. The patients are languishing in hospital verandas and surroundings days together for treatment Hyderabad: The pathetic condition of the patients continues in Gandhi Hospital in spite of the tall claims by the management that it is equivalent to, if not better than, the corporate hospitals. Not only the patients but the dead are not even spared from the humiliating treatment. The patients are languishing in hospital verandas and surroundings days together for treatment as the doctors are not available in time. In some cases, doctors skip their duties even as the patients are given appointment to undergo medical treatment. It may be recalled that ESL Narasimhan, Governor of the two Telugu states, while inaugurating the modern ICU at Gandhi hospital, said, “Gandhi Hospital has become on par with corporate hospitals. Without fear public could visit it for treatment. Even I, too, would come to this hospital." But the reality is otherwise. Two incidents that happened on Monday could be described as glaring examples of sorry state of affairs in the Gandhi Hospital and reveal the real face of the management. Chinna, brother-in-law of a patient, Srinivas, a 43-year-old from Warasiguda, told The Hans India, “My brother-in-law was a diabetic patient. Ten days ชุดเครื่องนอนโตโต้ back the doctors removed the toe of left leg.
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