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download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Siddhartha Sharma | New Delhi | Published: December 5, by girls." "Our friendly policy towards Zimbabwe will not change. As is well known to most observers of Indian policy, Because the media thinks even loose cannons are useful if they go against some forces.Sabyasachi does it without making apparel for mass retail. Narrow win for Sujan School Man of the match Shivam Bansal (37 n. ? Germany blunted the sharpest attack at the finals, As I said earlier.

and he gives credit to his audience.is requested to represent the cause. “Revathi had a made a film on HIV,which has yielded little results, he said RMS superintendent S S Pathak refused to speak on the issue Chief Postmaster General of Maharashtra and Goa CircleCol Mishra and Postmaster GeneralPune regionwere not available for comments For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: December 8 2015 12:08 am Related News Despite sharing power with the BJP in the state government the city unit of the Shiv Sena has launched a ‘varan-bhat’ agitation to protest against the BJP over increased prices of pulses “The BJP has one MP and eight MLAs from the city and a minister in the state cabinet However not a single elected representative has raised the issue of rising prices of pulses which is making the poor suffer” said Vinayak Nimhan city Sena chief “The city unit of the Sena would not tolerate the suffering of the poor due to failure of the government to check prices The Sena has decided to hit the streets and would be creating awareness among people to highlight the failure of elected members of the BJP to take up the issue with the state government” Nimhan added The Sena would be holding street plays on the issue in all eight assembly constituencies in the city from Tuesday and take out a morcha on December 11 at the collector’s office “The state government should have imported pulses considering the shortage They seized supply from hoarders but it was later sold at cheap price to select traders” Nimhan alleged “The previous saffron rule in the state had fixed the prices of five essential commodities for five years It should be implemented by the present government too and include dal in the public distribution system” the Sena leader added “Middle class citizens are struggling to purchase wheat rice and dal from the open market and there are around six lakh families in the city that are Above Poverty Line (APL) but suffering due to increased prices of essential commodities The state government should immediately start supply of wheat and rice at discounted rate to middle class families” Nimhan demanded Nimhan said that there are around 20 per cent families in the city without domestic gas supply and the state government policy of allowing only four litres of kerosene has led to black marketing of the commodity He said that it is necessary to restore the earlier policy of distribution of kerosene through public distribution system The Sena has been aggressive against the BJP in the city since the 2014 assembly elections which both the political parties contested independently The BJP managed to win all the eight assembly seats The Sena had criticised BJP over the draft development plan resolving garbage issue and delay in implementation of metro rail while terming state civil supplies minister Girish Bapat as an inefficient guardian minister For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | London | Published: September 14 2016 11:29 pm Top News English cricket has moved closer to introducing an Australian Big Bash-style Twenty20 tournament to its domestic calendar after county sides reached agreement on a new eight-team competition for as soon as 2018 British media are reporting that teams will be from cities rather than from counties The England and Wales Cricket Board and 18 first-class counties agreed to developing a new T20 competition in a bid to “drive interest and participation at all levels” especially among younger people ECB chairman Colin Graves said Wednesday the new competition “can excite new fans attract the best players and fuel the future of the game on and off the pitch” The ECB must formally consider the proposal at its board meeting in mid-October The eight-team tournament would run outside the current T20 Blast competition that involves all 18 counties For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMadrid: Jose Mourinho must patch up an injury-ravaged Manchester United squad as the English side’s quest for Europa League glory faces its stiffest test yet with a semi-final first leg trip to Celta Vigo on Thursday The Portuguese manager described United’s nine-match April schedule as "not human" after another disappointing 1-1 home draw in the Premier League against relegation-threatened Swansea City on Sunday Manchester United’s Henrikh Mkhitaryan celebrates scoring with teammates Reuters His side’s schedule doesn’t get any easier though with six more games to come over the next 19 days in a bid to seal Champions League qualification either by winning the Europa League or squeezing into the top four of the Premier League "If we beat Celta we have the final and in this moment it is obviously hypothetical" Mourinho told the United website "The Europa League final is on Wednesday and we play against Crystal Palace on Sunday Before that we play Southampton away a few days before so we would be playing the final with disastrous consequences" The English giants are without top scorer Zlatan Ibrahimovic due to cruciate ligament damage Meanwhile Luke Shaw and Eric Bailly added to United’s defensive woes as they join Phil Jones Chris Smalling and Marco Rojo on the sidelines meaning Mourinho will need to look for emergency solutions at centre-back Mourinho has been critical of Jones and Smalling’s unwillingness to play through the pain barrier and doesn’t expect them to rush back meaning right-back Mateo Darmian midfielder Michael Carrick or 19-year-old Axel Tuanzebe could deputise at the heart of the defence "That’s my personal opinion I don’t think they will (be fit) but I know the players I choose will give everything It doesn’t matter if I go with Darmian or Carrick or Axel I trust the boys" The visitors will have Paul Pogba and Marouane Fellaini back available whilst Juan Mata could make his comeback from groin surgery after being an unused substitute against Swansea Celta by contrast have had the luxury of resting up Eduardo Berizzo’s preferred XI for the majority of their recent La Liga games as the Galicians concentrate on trying to win a first ever major trophy "We also know what’s at stake – not only that you win the Europa League which is huge but you can also win a place in the Champions League" Celta striker John Guidetti told UEFAcom "You have dreams about that" And the former Manchester City man would revel in ending United’s chances of winning the Europa League for the first time "As they say "Manchester is blue" and that’s how it will be when we visit there as well because we are Celta Vigo and we will try to keep the city blue" Former Liverpool striker Iago Aspas is Celta’s main threat though as he’s struck 24 times this season The other semi-final first leg takes place on Wednesday in Amsterdam as Ajax look to rekindle former European glories against Lyon Ajax haven’t reached a European final since the vintage of the likes of Edwin Van der Sar Edgar Davids and Jari Litmanen lost the 1996 Champions League final to Juventus on penalties However a new generation of wonder kids now threatens to take Europe by storm including 17-year-old Justin Kluivert son of Ajax legend Patrick "It’s what Ajax stands for We give young players dreams and opportunities" said Van der Sar now the club’s general director Lyon have injury troubles as they look to reach a first ever European final Top scorer Alexandre Lacazette and French international Corentin Tolisso have travelled with the squad but are both doubtful By: Reuters | Abu Dhabi | Updated: November 28 2016 4:12 pm Nico Rosberg won the F1 World Championship and Lewis Hamilton finished second in yet another great year for constructors champions Mercedes (Source: AP) Top News Germany has a new Formula One world champion in Nico Rosberg after Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel but fans may not see him race on home soil next season The German Grand Prix absent in 2015 is set to be struck off again in 2017 for financial reasons and Rosberg’s dominant Mercedes team say there is little they can do about it “We are hearing various rumours” motorsport head Toto Wolff said at the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix where Rosberg clinched the title “Having a German Grand Prix is part of the history and especially for us as Mercedes with our factories nearby and many fans in Germany It is important to race in Germany” Wolff said Mercedes had offered financial and marketing support in the past but it was not taken up There had been no such talks this time Hockenheim boss Georg Seiler told German media last week that the economic risks of his circuit hosting the event in successive years were too great Only 57000 fans attended on race Sunday this year Next July would have been the Nuerburgring’s turn under an alternation agreement that collapsed when that circuit changed owners Germany was listed on a provisional 21-race 2017 schedule with an asterisk but Formula One’s commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone has indicated it will be dropped Asked why Germany had seemingly fallen out of love with the sport despite Mercedes winning both drivers’ and constructors’ championships for three years running Wolff — an Austrian — suggested various reasons “I have the theory and its a personal view that there is a bit of a hangover after all those years of dominance of Sebastian and Michael” he told Reuters “The Germans have won it all “You can see that it’s coming in cycles how there are other sports like the football team (reigning world champions) that is of great interest and it might change with different drivers maybe with Nico winning a championship” he added “It would be really great if we could re-ignite the passion of the German fans in the same way Michael was able to achieve it 20 years ago” The difference was that Schumacher who won seven titles was the first German champion and came from the same humble but hard-working background as many of the fans camping in the forests with their beer and barbecues Rosberg son of a champion and brought up in Monaco where he became fluent in five languages lacks that common touch while Ferrari’s Vettel lives an intensely private life in Switzerland For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sakshi Dayal Aditi Vatsa | Gurgaon/noida | Updated: November 7 2016 4:32 am The Gurgaon district administration as well as schools and offices have taken measures to curb pollution and protect residents from its adverse effects (Express photo by Manoj Kumar) Top News In light of the surge in pollution levels in the National Capital Region (NCR) following Diwali the Gurgaon district administration as well as schools and offices have taken measures to curb pollution and protect residents from its adverse effects Gurgaon District Magistrate TL Satyaprakash issued an order on Sunday mandating various “precautionary measures” to “address the issue of air pollution” The order prohibits “open burning of garbage/ waste/ leaves/ plastic material or any such material which causes or is likely to aggravate formation of smog” The order further mandates that anyone who notices open burning of such materials can complain to the concerned Station House Officer Joint Commissioner of the Municipal Corporation Gurugram or the Regional Officer (RO) of the Pollution Control Board The offender will be liable to pay compensation for the same The order further requests the RO of the Haryana State Pollution Control Board to constitute a special task force to monitor and supervise the air quality in the district Schools in Gurgaon have also taken measures to protect students against the concerning pollution levels While some schools have chosen to remain closed on Monday others have been making use of air purifiers and encouraging students to wear masks to school Several offices meanwhile have noted a rise in the number of employees opting to work from home “We have always offered work from home But we have noticed a surge in the number of people availing of these options in the last few days because employees are also worried about stepping out in this kind of a situation” said Manas Fuloria CEO of Nagarro In an emergency meeting called by the district administration in Noida on Sunday evening it was decided that classes will be suspended for lower primary students “For the other classes classes will be between 9 am to 1 pm” said N P Singh Gautam Budh Nagar district magistrate The administration also directed officials to sprinkle water on streets A campaign to check whether vehicles have Pollution Under Control certificates will also be conducted and these checking centres will be inspected by district officials For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mehak Arora | New Delhi | Published: June 14 2017 10:03 pm Kumkum Bhagya 14th June 2017 full episode written update: Abhi wakes up and Pragya is happy to see him getting better Related News Abhi is lying unconscious while Pragya rushes for help An old man comes there and asks her to come along and says he lives nearby Pragya hesitates but he insists and says she should not be afraid of him as he is a father of daughters Pragya agrees to go along with him There Purab and troop are looking for Abhi and Pragya along with police Purab asks Dadi Sarla and Biji to go home and says he’ll look for the two of them along with police They resist but Purab says they might have reached home and insists them to go Sarla agrees and Purab says he’ll come back along with Abhi and Pragya There Pragya and Abhi are at the old man’s home where he assists Abhi Later he asks Pragya what’s the matter with them and why she is so frightened Pragya says it’s nothing and she’s just anxious after the accident He says he can sense that there is something more than that Pragya denies but he keeps on insisting Then Pragya tells him the whole incident He asks her to stay at his home for however long they need Pragya hesitates but he insists and says she is like his daughter Pragya says even she hasn’t seen her father ever but she finds the old man fatherly He asks her to call him Papa Papaji or whatever she may like Pragya calls him “Baba” There Nikhil turns the car engine off and tells Aaliya that his car broke down Aaliya argues as to how it can happen all of a sudden and Nikhil asks her to walk along or stay there and wait for Abhi Aaliya says she can’t walk in mud and says she knows that even he can’t do that She says she knows he wants her to go but she isn’t going anywhere till he finds Abhi and she sits in the car Nikhil hits a stone in frustration as his plan didn’t work There at the old man’s (Raghubir) house Abhi wakes up and Pragya hugs him They both get into a sweet argument while Raghubir comes there and Abhi asks him who he is Pragya tells him the whole thing and Raghubir offers him the soup Abhi says he is taking care of him as if Abhi is his son in law For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: August 13 2017 11:50 am Justin Gatlin who beat Bolt to gold in the 100m last Saturday agreed with the complaints and laid the blame at the television scheduling for the event (Source: AP) Top News Justin Gatlin agreed with the complaints of the Jamaican relay team that a long wait before their 4x100m final at the World Championships on Saturday contributed to the injury suffered by Usain Bolt in his last race Bolt having been passed the baton by Yohan Blake was in third behind Great Britain and the United States who eventually won gold and silver but pulled up almost 50 metres from the line and fell to the track Jamaica’s team doctor later said that the 30-year-old had suffered a hamstring cramp Bolt’s team mates complained that a 45-minute wait in the call room before the race had hampered their preparations “I think they were holding us too long in the call room” Blake told reporters “Usain was really cold In fact Usain said to me ‘Yohan I think this is crazy’ Forty minutes and two medal presentations before our run” Gatlin who beat Bolt to gold in the 100m last Saturday agreed with the complaints and laid the blame at the television scheduling for the event “I know it’s TV magic and everybody has to be prepared on time to make everything happen for the viewers at home “(But) I personally think that we were held in the stadium a little too long without our clothes on and there was a little draught in there I lost all my sweat and body heat” Gatlin said When asked if he thought that contributed to Bolt’s injury the 35-year-old said: “I believe so “Knowing how Usain performs he’s always ready he’s always making sure he’s not injured and it’s very rare to see Usain injured when he comes to performances” Gatlin ran the second leg for the United States as they finished runners-up behind Britain who became world champions for the first time Amidst the home crowd’s jubilation there was also relief at the sight of Bolt being able to walk off the track after being helped to his feet by his team mates “I’m not sure what the extent of his injury is but when I saw him go down I thought it was a calf cramp or a hamstring cramp But he walked off the track so that’s good thing “I hope that he gets well soon” Gatlin added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Reuters | New York | Published: March 9 2010 8:15 am Related News Light to moderate alcohol consumptionespecially red wineis not only good for a woman’s heartit’s also good for her waistlineaccording to a study reported Monday The study started out with nearly 20000 trim middle-aged and older women Over timewomen who drank alcohol in moderation put on less weight and were less apt to become overweight compared to non-drinkers This was true even after taking into account various lifestyle and dietary factors that might influence a woman’s weight Red wine seemed best at keeping weight in checkbut white winebeer and spirits also had some benefit “Our study results showed that middle-aged and older women who have normal body weight initially and consume light-to-moderate amount of alcohol could maintain their drinking habits without gaining more weight compared with similar women who did not drink any alcohol” Dr Lu Wang from the division of preventive medicineBrigham and Women’s HospitalBostonnoted in an email to Reuters Health Many prior studies have suggested that moderate drinking — usually defined as a drink or two a day — can be a healthy habitparticularly with regard to heart healthwhile heavy drinking can harm health The new studypublished in the latest issue of Archives of Internal Medicineis the first to examine ties between alcohol consumption by a normal-weight individual and the risk of becoming overweight or obese The women were all at least 39 years old when the study began About 38 percent said they did not drink alcohol; 33 percent said they drank less than 5 grams daily (a standard drink has about 10 grams of alcohol); 20 percent drank 5 to less than 15 grams daily; 6 percent drank 15 to less than 30 grams daily; and 3 percent downed 30 grams of alcohol or more daily (about 2 to 3 drinks per day or more) Over an average of about 13 yearsthe women generally gained weight Howeverthe teetotalers gained the most weightwith weight gain decreasing with increasing amount of alcohol consumed Women who did not drink gained an average of 363 kilograms (8 pounds) compared with 155 kilograms (34 pounds) for those who consumed 30 grams of alcohol or more each day During the 13 years the initially normal-weight women were followed41 percent became overweight or obese Women who drank 15 to less than 30 grams per day had the lowest risk of becoming overweight or obesewhich was 30 percent less than that of non-drinkers Put another wayWang said an initially trim woman who did not drink alcohol had about a 43 percent chance of becoming overweight or obese over 13 years Her risk fell to 33 percent if she drank 15 to 30 grams of alcohol a day Women who drank higher amounts of alcohol were generally more physically activeweighed slightly less at the outset and were more apt to be smokersthan other women Howeverthe association between drinking and less weight gain and risk of becoming overweight or obese remained strong after accounting for these factors This suggests that alcohol may independently affect body weight beyond its relationship with diet and lifestyle factors There are several reasons why alcohol might help women stay trimWang told Reuters Health In the current studywomen consuming more alcohol ate lessparticularly carbohydrates — a finding seen in other studies Moreoverit’s been shown that women tend to expend more energy after drinking alcohol — more so than that contained in the alcohol “Taken togetherregular alcohol consumption in light-to-moderate amount may lead to a net energy loss among women” Wang said SOURCE: Archives of Internal MedicineMarch 82010 For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ipsita Chakravarty | Updated: August 18 2014 1:47 pm Related News Book: Close to Home Author: Parvati Sharma Publisher: Penguin Pages: 224 Price: Rs 399 Bylanes of Jangpura Extension leafy Jorbagh Khan Market These are the coordinates of this novel’s world Each coordinate is freighted with assumptions coloured with associations The denizens of this world take on this colour They shop dine have sex and make mistakes mostly within the limits of this space and in 200-odd pages It is a small world but in Parvati Sharma’s Close to Home it is dwelt on intensely observed with care In this very Delhi novel it is her square inch of ivory If Close to Home is not quite a novel of manners and morals it is one about the illusions of the well read and comfortably off Sharma gives you Mrinalini Singh rooming in Jangpura at the beginning of the novel slurping on Maggi soup and dabbling in lesbian romance Jahanara her roommate is in love with her and will passionately avoid her once she marries her propertied-but-unassuming boyfriend Siddhartha Having floated into marriage Mrinalini abandons Jangpura for the posher Jor Bagh where she settles down to a life of novel-writing pretensions She also takes on a project the education of her cook’s child Anjali What follows is a bitter encounter between upper-middle-class guilt and the realities it cannot handle Sharma holds Delhi’s liberals up to the light and finds them wanting Mrinalini is the emancipated woman fond of calling her husband sexist But her liberal street cred takes a dive when she asks Jahanara if she is dating a “real lesbian” Siddhartha beneath the calm urbane exterior is the noble patriarch taking care of his wife and his employees with a little help from his mother The couple indulge in a blithe unreconstructed idealism expecting to find themselves by renouncing material comfort — Siddhartha quits his job and contemplates cookery before his father finds him a worthy government post Mrinalini endlessly writes her first novel money is “paper” Her social democratic project of improving her domestic help is shown up as whimsy Even Jahanara the gay leftwing intellectual sometimes turns into a caricature of herself denouncing romantic love as “inherently heterosexual” to disguise her disappointment Close to Home seems to be a ruthless exercise in self-evaluation questioning everything even the exercise of self-evaluation Brajeshwar Mrinalini’s tenant and professional rival writes the evil twin of Sharma’s own novel a clumsily phrased takedown of liberal cliches claiming to speak home truths but really being obnoxious Sharma even takes the caution of writing a caustic review of Brajeshwar’s book She needn’t worry Her novel is not Brajeshwar’s novel It is finer and more acute written in flowing prose and with genuine humour But a novel so painfully self-conscious so anxious to get its irony right ends up endangering its novelistic intensity Which is surprising in a story so full of stormy denouements — Mrinalini’s showdowns with Jahanara with Siddhartha with Brajeshwar and other scenes of domestic crisis The brief novel seems to leap from one high-voltage moment to another But each crisis melts without an emotional trace leaving the reader or at least a certain kind of self-flagellating liberal reader with a collection of witty observations that are surprisingly close to home For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: December 22 2014 12:15 am Related News At a time when a political clamour has built up around the issue of conversion the Allahabad High Court’s ruling on Tuesday has struck a worrying note By ruling that conversion for “the sole purpose of marriage” is not valid the court has stepped into the complicated terrain of personal faith and individual freedom Citing a Supreme Court order from 2000 the high court said conversion “without any real belief” was “null and void” A marriage based on such a conversion could not be recognised it concluded denying relief to five couples — in each case the woman had converted to Islam before getting married — who had complained of harassment by relatives and the police The high court ruling is a disquieting departure given that the judiciary in India has been known to guard that sacrosanct space in which an individual exercises her personal freedoms Conversions can have many reasons — belief the indignities of an oppressive caste system a better quality of life or marriage with someone from another faith The complex skein of impulses that make up an individual choice is difficult if not impossible to parse and the state must intervene only when coercion can be proved to be involved In fact over the last few years as Hindu-Muslim couples have come under pressure from the rhetoric and campaign against what has also been called “love jihad” it has been the court that has stood up for consensual inter-faith marriages For instance in 2009 the Karnataka High Court dismissed allegations of “love jihad” in the Silja Raj case as the Hindu woman asserted that she had eloped of her own accord and had chosen to convert after marriage In 2013 in Sachin Pawar and Another vs State of UP and Others a couple from Meerut who battled relatives in court after the woman a Muslim took on a Hindu name to get married got relief and succour from the Supreme Court The apex court recognised the couple as “adults” who had “married voluntarily and without coercion” Whenever individual freedoms — and those of the minority — are being cramped and encroached upon it is the judiciary that must act as the guarantor of fundamental liberties More often than not the courts in India have lived up to that responsibility Inter-faith marriage and conversion except in proven cases of coercion is a choice that the judiciary must recognise and protect For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 20 2017 2:01 am Sonia it is learnt urged both the factions to work together for the party’s victory (File) Top News AMID A tug-of-war between Punjab Congress president Sunil Jakhar and former PPCC president Partap Singh Bajwa over party ticket for Gurdaspur Lok Sabha bypoll AICC president Sonia Gandhi met both the leaders separately The Congress however is yet to announce its candidate even as the deadline for filing nominations is September 22 Jakhar met Sonia first followed by Bajwa and his wife former MLA Charanjit Kaur Bajwa Both the meetings lasted less than half an hour Both the leaders refused to comment on their discussion with the party chief Sources said Sonia gave a hearing to both Jakhar and Bajwa hinted that she would like to go with the recommendation of Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh The CM is backing Jakhar Sonia it is learnt urged both the factions to work together for the party’s victory While Jakhar is Amarinder’s choice for the ticket Bajwa wants his wife to be nominated He has been claiming support from local MLAs Bajwa was MP from Gurdaspur from 2009 to 2014 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PRASAD JOSHI | Pune | Published: September 18, Image courtesy PIB Are the BJP’s moves making the Congress nervous? 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