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Share This Article Related Article The cost of the project, 2016 4:11 pm Consumers will be able to create a virtual address on the Freecharge Android app and link it to their bank account Top News Freecharge has partnered with Axis Bank to launch Unified Payments Interface (UPI) enabled payment on its Android app.UPI will enable instant seamless transactions from a smartphone using a virtual payment address (VPA) Consumers will be able to create a virtual address on the Freecharge Android app and link it to their bank account to register on the UPI platform This feature will allow consumers to pay on Freecharge in a secure and swifter way for transactions in the first phase and over the next few weeks Since this option is only available on the new version of Android app users will have to upgrade to the latest version of the Android app to see this option while doing recharges/bill/utility payments “We are very excited to be one of the first players to launch the UPI rails in 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high-volume payments and creates a new ecosystem where customers and merchants will come together for faster and simpler electronic payments UPI eliminates the need for merchants to be PCI – DSS certified to store customers’ payment credentials as the Virtual Payment Address can be stored against the customers’ login For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPollution from fracking in Pennsylvania may harm the health of developing babies who live nearby REUTERS/Les Stone Fracking linked to low-weight babies By Ann GibbonsDec 13 2017 2:00 PM The extraordinary growth in fracking—the hydraulic fracturing of deeply buried shale rock to extract natural gas—has transformed the United States over the past 15 years boosting energy stocks cutting pollution from conventional coal-power plants and creating new jobs But this boom may have come at a cost According to the first large-scale study of babies born before and after natural gas extraction began in Pennsylvania those living near fracking sites had significantly lower birth weights—and worse health—than other babies Concerns about the health effects of fracking aren’t new Absent solid evidence some states including Maryland and New York have even banned the practice altogether Now a growing number of studies suggests that living near oil and gas developments is associated with a wide range of negative outcomes from higher rates of asthma and migraines to more hospitalizations for cardiovascular disease neurological disorders and cancer Earlier studies have also found associations with low–birth weight babies but those were plagued by low sample sizes or a failure to show that health effects got worse closer to drilling sites as expected if fracking were to blame Now health economist Janet Currie at Princeton University and her colleagues have tried to overcome those problems by looking at birth certificates for all 11 million infants born in Pennsylvania between 2004 and 2013—a period that spanned the drilling of thousands of fracking wells in the state which now has more than 10000 of them The birth certificates included addresses and vital statistics for each infant such as birth weights total months of gestation birth defects and other abnormal conditions The researchers overlaid those data on maps showing when and where wells were drilled in Pennsylvania They then drew concentric circles around each site: one at 1 kilometer one at 2 kilometers and one at 3 kilometers They found that infants born within 1 kilometer of a well were 25% more likely to have low birth weights (less than 2500 grams or 55 pounds) than infants more than 3 kilometers away they report today in Science Advances Babies born in the first circle also showed significantly lower scores on a standard index of infant health Infants born in the outer circles—between 1 and 3 kilometers away—were smaller and less healthy than those who lived farther away but they weren’t as badly off as babies born closest to the wells To rule out other factors that could lead to poor health outcomes including race and socioeconomic status the team removed babies born in urban areas like Pittsburgh and Philadelphia which have comparatively high rates of lower birth weight babies They also compared siblings born to the same mothers who lived near fracking sites before and after it started Although this sample size was small—only 594 infants exposed to fracking had unexposed siblings—it showed that the exposed infants were smaller and less healthy The good news is that the effects don’t extend far beyond the fracking sites Currie says The study found no decrease in infant weight or health past 3 kilometers But the team doesn’t know what aspect of fracking caused the low birth weights which put babies at higher risk for infant mortality asthma attention deficit hyperactivity disorder lower test scores and lower lifetime earnings Currie who studies air pollution and health says it’s likely air pollution from chemicals or the increased truck traffic and industrialization associated with fracking Water pollution is an unlikely culprit because many people in the study got their water from municipal sources not close to fracking sites But Erica Clayton Wright spokesperson for the Marcellus Shale Coalition in Pittsburgh says the study doesn’t go far enough to address “crucial issues linked to low birth weights like smoking as well as alcohol and drug use … Given these deep methodological flaws it’s dangerously misleading and inflammatory to suggest that natural gas development has done anything but improve public health” Though there is no “smoking gun” that proves how fracking impairs infant health economist Don Fullerton—who studies how public policies affect the environment at the University of Illinois in Urbana—calls the evidence “convincing” and says it adds to other studies that have also found evidence of preterm births and other negative health effects That makes it even more important he says to regulate what chemicals are used in fracking or how close wells can be to residential areas Currie adds that infants who are essentially the “canaries” near the fracking mines probably aren’t the only victims If they are experiencing negative effects the elderly and other vulnerable people near wells are likely to also be at risk “We really should move beyond the discussion of whether there is a health effect or not to figuring out how we can help people who live close to fracking” *Update 13 December 5:12 pm: This story has been updated to include comment from the Marcellus Shale CoalitionWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: April 7 2009 2:18 am Related News Owing to the maintenance work at the Parvati and Warje pumping stationswater supply to virtually all the parts of the city will remain closed on Thursday The supply will resume on Friday with low pressure The areas that will be affected are: All Peth 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