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In a startling revelation, the Directorate of Health Services (DHS) has issued a press release stating that out of the 1.77 lakh pregnant women registered with the state’s 15 medical colleges, 34% are affected by anaemia, despite government targets that suggested the number should fall below 10%.

There are many factors responsible for the problem, the first being the state government’s emphasis on the practice of family planning, an issue that many in the state fear could erode the Hindu tradition that considers pregnancy as a blessing.

Till now, apart from the state health directorate, Kerala’s demographic department and the NGO Prajwala had cited a figure of 1.1 lakh pregnant women suffering from anaemia.

The low figures may be due to the nature of some anaemic patients who suffer from severe anaemia. But the rise in the number of cases across the state could be a wake-up call for the state, since these numbers are still quite high in comparison to the national average of 10%.

“The last time the number of anaemic pregnant women was this high was in the 1940s,” said a senior doctor, requesting anonymity. “The

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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission voted Thursday to increase a penalty levied on the city of Philadelphia for violating the federal Clean Air Act.

The Philadelphia Housing Authority had been ordered to pay the penalty and bar future violations of the federal law. The measure passed 3-1, with Commissioner Cheryl LaFleur dissenting.

Authorities had to reduce levels of the pollutant sulfur dioxide in the air after a fire on the roof of the agency's 11th Street buildings in Philadelphia in 2004.

LaFleur was the sole holdout because she said the agency's action was already in violation of the Clean Air Act.

"To increase the penalty, which is essentially a money penalty, is unnecessary and is in violation of the Clean Air Act," LaFleur said.

J. Scott Wilson, an FERC staff attorney, countered that the agency went above and beyond what was necessary to address the violation.

"In addition to the fine, the PHA is prohibited from further emissions violations in any public housing buildings for the next 10 years," Wilson said.

Wilson said the Fine Air Pollution Abatement Program, or FAPA, provides a $3,000 per-day-per-violation fine for the violation and $25,000 for each day of continuing violations.

"We wanted to impose additional penalties beyond that $25,000 per day because we felt it was necessary to deter the PHA from further violations of the law," he said.

Pittsburgh-based attorney Greg Wakefield told FERC commissioners that the agency's decision to increase the penalty was inappropriate.

"We are surprised by this reversal, which increases a penalty that was not contested at either the hearing or on appeal," Wakefield said. "It is surprising, in light of the fact that the

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