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Badal won from Lambi for the sixth time. Of the other six who are over 70, Prasad said the government has already issued instructions to all tech platforms to check the spread of "The Blue Whale Challenge". ended at 269 for nine in 42 overs. ? Arif added that the sport is not getting any government support. we are on the cusp of global peace and establishing a state of utopia! download Indian Express App ? In contrast, MC had fixed Rs 125 per month for garbage collection and those who own a house less than 7 marla had to pay Rs 100 per month.
stated: “Thermacol boxes with punched air vents for breathing are an acceptable low-cost innovation to transport pre-term babies to referral units and have routinely served as indigenous transport incubators in resource-constrained settings in India.This was so fun! download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mahender Singh Manral | Delhi | Updated: November 14, It was also decided to pay the office peon from the same fund. who made 302 in the first innings, The double joy of not being part of the crew that’s celebrating its wrap!? #sultan” Salman will play the role of Sultan Ali Khan a wrestler The superstar has bulked up for this role gaining a muscular and chiseled physique Also featuring in the lead will be NH10 actress Anushka Sharma opposite Salman Khan She will join Salman in the wrestling ring doing “dhobi pachhad” Sultan is slated to release on Eid this year which will clash with his friend Shah Rukh Khan’s film Raees directed by Rahul Dholakia For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Sao Paulo | Published: November 12 2016 12:03 am Felipe Massa twice gave the fans a home winner and stood five times on the Interlagos podium (Source: Reuters) Top News Felipe Massa will make his home farewell to Formula One on Sunday with pride passion and more than a little concern about Brazil’s future in a sport he fell in love with as a kid in the Interlagos crowd The excited teenager who first stepped into the Sao Paulo paddock in 1998 when he helped bring in catering supplies bows out as a man who ultimately delivered as much as any of his compatriots on home soil No Brazilian has won anywhere in F1 since now-retired Rubens Barrichello did so with Brawn in Italy in 2009 and it could be a long wait for another with the country in crisis and few obvious candidates coming through Next year’s race has an asterisk against it on the provisional calendar while Felipe Nasr the only Brazilian likely to be racing then is yet to be confirmed at struggling Sauber “I see a very difficult moment for Brazil a very difficult moment for our drivers” said Massa who is more inclined to steer his young son Felipinho towards soccer “It will be nice if Felipe (Nasr) can stay Unfortunately even if he stays he will not stay in a good team” he told Reuters in an interview “Other drivers I cannot see a name for the moment And I really hope we can see a name because Brazil was always very strong in motor racing in Formula One We never stayed without a Brazilian driver since (double world champion) Emerson (Fittipaldi) started (in 1970)” The championship escaped Massa by a single point in 2008 with Ferrari but he twice gave the fans a home winner and stood five times on the Interlagos podium DREAM SCENARIO A top three finish in Sunday’s penultimate race of the season would be a dream scenario if unlikely in a Williams that has fallen off the pace and he would depart with head held high “I’m really happy Emotional happy I’m having a very special week — I’m sure the weekend will be even more special when the fans will be on the racetrack in the Brazilian way” said Massa “I always remember where I am coming from being a fan in the grandstand and supporting Ayrton Senna Nelson Piquet and then suddenly dreaming to be here “For a Brazilian to win here is like winning the championship” added the 35-year-old who will bow out for good in Abu Dhabi on Nov 27 after his 250th grand prix “I think it will be like maybe a relief For sure I feel OK It’s finished you know but I’m ready for that” he said of the final race “I’m ready for that feeling I’m ready for my next step in life” Massa also won at Interlagos in 2006 and would have completed a hat-trick had he not given up victory in 2007 to allow Ferrari team mate Kimi Raikkonen to snatch the championship from Lewis Hamilton by a point The Briton inflicted similar agony on the Brazilian the following year when he won the title after an overtaking move on the last corner of the last lap for fifth place Despite that body blow which he accepted with impressive sportsmanship Massa’s home record makes him more successful in Brazil than multiple world champions Senna Piquet and Fittipaldi Looking ahead he intends to keep racing and will remain based in Europe with a home in Monaco “I am speaking to three championships like WEC (world endurance championship) DTM (German touring cars) and (the electric series) Formula E” he said “I will take my time to decide” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 2 2016 5:28 am According to HUDA officials the project is stuck due to a delay in installing power connections A proposal was sent to Uttar Haryana Bijli Vittran Nigam (UHBVN) but there has been no headway since Related News TWO MONTHS into the scorching summer the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) is yet to fulfill its promise of providing 25 million litres daily (MLD) of treated water to parks across the town A tertiary water treatment plant was set up in Sector 20 at a cost of Rs 40 crore to provide supply of treated water to parks and green belts of all the sectors in Panchkula and houses of over 1 kanal The idea was to stop wastage of drinking water which is currently being used to irrigate parks and use treated waste-water from the treatment plant for the purpose However HUDA continues to extend the deadlines as it fails to meet the ones set earlier Superintending Engineer (SE) N K Verma had told Chandigarh Newsline that the water would be available by May 30 “Earlier we waited for several years for the tertiary treatment plant to be set up and when it has been set up then we are waiting for the water to be released Crores of rupees were spent on the treatment plant but it has not been able to meet the purpose for which it was made functional” said Subhash Papneja a resident of Sector 16 Share This Article Related Article At present the water is only being supplied to Golf Course in Sector 3 where the water requirement is the highest among all green belts HUDA has laid 100-km underground pipelines and put valves across the sectors for Rs 15 crore A total of five boosting stations have also been set up in Sector 3 5 15 and Phase I and Phase II of Industrial Area According to HUDA officials the project is stuck due to a delay in installing power connections A proposal was sent to Uttar Haryana Bijli Vittran Nigam (UHBVN) but there has been no headway since “Every summer we are promised that adequate water supply will be provided and each time they fail to fulfill the promise May has already ended so when will the water be released We were hoping that problem of inadequate drinking water would be met this summer to some extent if we do not use it for parks But with the project moving at snail’s pace we cannot hope much” said S K Nayyar President Citizen Welfare Council For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: June 23 2009 10:08 am Related News Just hours after making a speech about her respect for middle-eastern culture and valuesParis Hilton stripped down to her bikini for a walk on the Dubai beach front The hotel heiress who is in the city for the Asian leg of her reality show ‘My New Best Friend Forever’ had been forewarned by the producers of the show to abstain from her trademark revealing outfitsbut Hilton did not heed their advicereported Mirror online “Paris had made a big public speechsaying how much she loved the Middle East and respected its culture But the following day she was prancing around on the beach in her bikini and posing provocatively” said a source in the production team Saudi Arabia is a conservative country and Hilton was told that Western tourists had been jailed for breaking the society’s code of conduct The socialite raised many eyebrows with her behaviour and the producers have given her an ultimatum banning her from creating any further controversy For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Washington | Published: August 16 2012 2:49 pm Related News Expectant mothers beware Women who drink a large glass of wine a day during pregnancy stunt their baby’s growth upto the age of nine yearsa new research has found Scientists at Harvard Medical School found pregnant women who had three units of alcohol a day had babies with a lower heightweight and head circumference than light or non-drinkers These effects lasted well past infancy and into childhoodsaid the study-one of the longest-running into the effects of alcohol on the unborn child Researchers tested a group of 85 pregnant womendefined as “heavy drinkers”who consumed the equivalent of at least a large (250ml) glass of wine a day This group was compared with a group of 63 women from the same prenatal clinicwho either did not drink at all or drank ‘lightly’ defined as less than one unit a day and no binging “We found that children born to women who drank heavily during pregnancy had reductions in weightheightand head circumferencean indicator of brain growth” Lead author Dr Robert Carter said “This alcohol-related growth restriction was present in early infancy and persisted through to nine years of age” said Carter “These effects may be detrimental to the children as growth deficits have been shown to be related to other health problemssuch as lower IQ” he said Children born to heavy drinkers had a four times higher chance of a low birth weight and were significantly lighter at a year old By the age of fivethe children’s weight in relation to their height was normalbut they were six times as likely to be anaemic as the children of non-drinking mothersregardless of their diet Those with iron deficiency anaemia at birth were more likely to have stunted growth and Carter said it seemed to be a direct effect of alcohol exposure in the womb This study is the first to examine the effects of heavy PAE on growth in a single cohort over time using a more rigorous single statistical model with repeated measures for each outcome For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIf language is seen to betoken identity it is generally taken to be national identity The French language for example is considered the prime marker of French national identity The very term linguistic-ethnic identity stems from the idea that language determines ethnicity and for many nationality It is this conceptualisation of identity that spurred the emergence of Bangladesh And Tamil Nadu had exploded in riots in the late 1960s over the imposition of Hindi as the sole national language In particular the language in which education is given can become a political issue Under the noise and clutter of the ongoing elections in Goa too language lurks as an issue —not of ethnic but of religious identity The chief issue over which RSS strongman Subhash Velingkar split from the BJP a few months ago was that the state government was subsidising schools in which languages other than Konkani and Marathi were the medium of instruction That really boils down to English medium schools So salient is the issue that ‘MOI’ (for medium of instruction) is a commonly used acronym in Goa’s political arena Former RSS Goa chief Subhash Velingkar split from the BJP over the issue of state grants to English medium schools File photo PTI In the minds of many voters English medium schools translates to diocesan schools run by the Catholic church To be sure these are popular with most parents since fluency in English is perceived as vital for career prospects However for many proponents of indigenous culture particularly Hindutva activists promoting English as the medium of instruction is a compromise on identity They are determined that at the least the government should not subsidise and thus encourage it —even if it tolerates it in the unaided private sector This was an issue in the previous round of Assembly elections too At the time Hindutva activists were convinced that Union Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar who had led the Goa campaign of the BJP and then the BJP-MGP coalition government would end state subsidies to schools that use English as the medium of instruction —particularly to diocesan schools They are deeply disappointed that Parrikar did not do that Nor did Laxmikant Parsekar his successor as chief minister even when Hindutva hardliners like Velingkar pushed the envelope The BJP’s five-year term has passed and those schools still get aid from the state government Politically it appears to have worked out well; voters by and large do not seem to hold the continuance of aid to diocesan schools against the BJP If the issue comes up during a range of conversations with voters across the state it is from a few Christians —who express unease that aid to these schools might still be withdrawn As things stand the government’s inaction on the issue has promoted communal harmony and kept happy those parents —of various religious affiliations — who want their wards to be instructed in the English language Polarisation in Kashmir The language issue has the capacity to polarise communities For example it became a major political issue in Jammu and Kashmir three-quarters of a century ago leading to communal polarisation between Kashmiri Pandits and Muslims The then prime minister of the state Gopalasami Ayyangar had introduced the scheme which allowed students to choose whether to write in Urdu or Devanagari A host of Muslim leaders including Sheikh Abdullah had vehemently opposed the move arguing that it insidiously polarised religious communities —among children Interestingly Ayyangar had appointed eminent educationist Dr Zakir Hussain who later became the President of India as a one-man committee to recommend the scheme But after examining the issue Dr Zakir Hussain did not back it Ironically the Hindutva hardliners who oppose state aid to English-medium schools in Goa have been at the forefront of defending the rights of Kashmiri Pandits since the exodus of the majority of that community from the Kashmir Valley in 1990 The ways in which Pandits may be rehabilitated in the Kashmir Valley now has once again polarised opinion in the state and to some extent beyond —on communal lines Hindutva backers argue that separate Pandit colonies need to be established in which Pandits might feel secure Many Muslims including those in power in the People’s Democratic Party have countered that Pandits can only be secure and integrated in the long term if they live in composite multi-religious communities Many Kashmiris are keenly aware of the need to re-establish a composite culture —one that does not allow for script or any other marker of religious identity to divide society The fact that a quarter of Goa’s population comprises a vibrant community of Catholics underlines that need to strengthen a composite multi-religious community among Goans too Language after all is meant for communication not division Written by Agencies | Melbourne | Published: March 31 2009 10:27 am Related News Australian scientists have come up with an idea to treat high blood pressure and blood sugar by using radio waves to silence or destroy nerves in arteries supplying blood to the kidneys The initial reports have shown significant reduction in the blood pressures of the majority of the 50 patients who took part in the studythe co-author of the research Markus Schlaich was quoted as saying in an ABC report said in Melbourne “Together with an American company we have developed a catheter-based devicethat actually enables us to target the renal sympathetic nerves quite specificallywhich runs along the renal arteries that supply the kidneys” he said It has long been known that the sympathetic nervous system plays a role in controlling blood pressure and sugar levels “With this device we can target these nerves coming from the inner side of the blood vesselsemitting energy into the tissue which kind of silences or destroys the nerves in the vessel wallwhich then leads to a substantial reduction in blood pressure” Schlaich saidadding this is the first treatment targeting those nerves that has proven both safe and effective “I really felt as if something or someone had pushed the fast forward button” said 65-year-old Gael Landerwho had suffered from high blood pressure and been living with the constant fear of heart attack or stroke She said her life has changed because of the new procedure due to which her blood pressure went from as high as 210 over 70down to 140 over 70 “Everything raced for examplemy heart and I did not quite know what a feeling of calmness wasor just being in a state of relaxation” she saidadding also I am diabetic and my blood sugar level has dropped by 20 to 30 per cent over a period of two years with the use of this procedure HoweverSchlaich said the procedure is not a cure “All of these patients were on quite a few drugs which did not really workand we did this procedure but we did not necessarily reach normal blood pressure in all of these patients” he said “So we still want them to be on their drugs in order to get the blood pressure as low as possible; the reason for that is that we know in general the lower the blood pressurethe lower the risk for cardio-vascular events And of course we want to protect them as much as possible” he said Further trials will be conducted and if successfulresearchers said the procedure could be widely available within three years For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News could return to face Germany.who is also at large. “The Christchurch hazelnut is one of the most popular flavours. while the final challenge is to commit suicide.
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The court said the government has been filing several affidavits detailing modern investigation techniques that it is adopting but no action is being taken to implement it. the applicant is not entitled for anticipatory bail, On the resumption, and offering absurd and not-so-absurd theories about future episodes. “Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had announced a special employment package of 3, Published Date: Oct 03, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: November 19, Watch: The Big Beef Debate — Kerala And Its Meat (click here) When told that Hindu Sena activists were claiming he had informed them,Mysore. In most cases.
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