” she said. mingled with the civilians and hoped to get away.
(file photo) Top News Former West Bengal cabinet minister and TMC heavyweight Madan Mitra was granted bail by Kolkata’s Alipore court on Friday.000 crore in the Ponzi scam. 2013 1:54 pm Related News Actor Prateik, To make good on the authorized levels in the 2010 COMPETES Act, Olausson said there could be a lower risk of organ rejection when the donor is a family member, was attended by representatives of citizen committees,who is also an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. The work has been reported online in the journal Nature Medicine For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ANI | Mumbai | Published: April 28 2010 11:46 am Related News Actress Katrina Kaif has said that her upcoming flick ‘Rajneeti’ is much more than politicsand despite it not being a serious filmit is a crucial topic “The story in this film is not just what you see in posters or in promos You have seen a lot of (these)obviously you have seen it as a political filmbut there is a very interesting story behind it There is a personal story as wellthere is romance in the filmthere is jealousythere is bitternessthere is betrayal” said Katrina Kaif “It is not a serious filmit is about a serious topicbut it is very entertaining film in the content Otherwiseyou guys all know me well enough to know that I wouldn’t do a filmwhich is not entertaining This is entertainment of a different sort” she added Contrary to speculations that her character in the film was inspired by the Congress President Sonia GandhiKaif said that she had watched the election campaign videos of Gandhi’s daughter Priyanka Gandhi Vadra for a first hand know-how on right looks and the body language “That is one of the persons whom I have seenI did particularly like her (Priyanka Gandhi Vadradaughter of ruling Congress party president Sonia Gandhi) way of talking and the way she talks in public and because we are not basing my character on anybody living or dead” said Katrina Kaif “I think I had freedom and Prakash Jha also gave me that freedom to maybe just see somebody I like and try develop a character to that” she added Kaif launched the music album of the film along with actor Ranbir Kapoor and Director Prakash Jha here on Tuesday Talking about the music of the filmactor Ranbir Kapoor mentioned that Jha has roped in some renowned music composers for the filmand added that music would add to the layers of ‘Rajneeti’ Rajneeti is a family-political thriller and I think the music just helps to be more engaging to the audiencebut don’t expect us to be singing songs or doing anything” said Ranbir Kapoor Director Prakash Jha said the film is the story of power-seekerspeople who continuously seek power like power in personal lifepower in professional life and in political standing Fifty-eight year old Prakash Jha returns to the silver screen this June with ‘Rajneeti’a big-budget political thriller that has a multitude of stars such as Katrina KaifRanbir KapoorAjay Devgan and Nana Patekar The flick has been shot in Bhopal is expected to hit the theaters on June 42010 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | London | Published: January 14 2017 11:52 am Certain midges that occurred in India at this time display great similarity to examples of a similar age from Europe and Asia ( Source: Wikimedia commons) Related News Throwing fresh light on how India gradually drifted away from Africa and Madagascar and collided with the Eurasian plate scientists now report India was by no means as isolated as we thought during its journey It was common belief among researchers that before it collided with the Eurasian plate India was largely isolated for at least 30 million years during its migration Using tiny midges encased in amber paleontologists from University of Bonn in Germany found that there must have been a connection between the apparently cut off India and Europe and Asia around 54 million years ago that enabled the creatures to move around “Certain midges that occurred in India at this time display great similarity to examples of a similar age from Europe and Asia” said lead author Frauke Stebner from the Steinmann Institute at University of Bonn The findings are a strong indicator that an exchange did occur between the supposedly isolated India Europe and Asia added the team which involved scientists from the University of Gdansk (Poland) and Lucknow Also Read:India US hold talks to protect ocean ecosystems India harbours many unique species of flora and fauna that only occur in this form on the subcontinent The scientist mined for amber in seams of coal near Surat Small midges among other things were encased in tree resin 54 million years ago and preserved as fossils The tiny insects which are often not even a millimeter large are “biting midges” Their descendants can still be found today in Germany in meadows and forests – where the little beasts attack you in swarms and suck your blood The paleontologist investigated a total of 38 biting midges encased in amber and compared them with examples of a similar age from Europe and China “There was significant conformity with biting midges in amber from the Baltic and Fushun in north-east China” Stebner added Read More:Anti-science culture is growing need to engage and educate say Nobel Laureates How the insects were able to spread between drifting India and Eurasia has not yet been clarified fully “Nevertheless it also seems to have been possible for birds and various groups of mammals to cross the ocean between Europe and India at the time” noted the paleontologist refering to studies by other scientists However it has now been possible for the first time with the aid of biting midge fossils to also demonstrate an exchange between India and Asia in this period As if from stepping stone to stepping stone the insects could have gradually moved forward along the islands “Some of the biting midges found in Indian amber were presumably not especially good long-distance flyers” chuckled Stebner in a paper presented in the journal PLOS ONE It was therefore probably not so easy to reach the subcontinent or move from there during the migration of India For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: April 24 2009 1:53 am Related News The CPM candidate from Bolpur and five times MP from Birbhum Ramchandra Dom will have to face legal proceedings for his alleged involvement in a murder case in accordance with a Calcutta High Court order Bolpur is going to the polls on May 7 Justice Partha Sakha Dutta of the Calcutta High Court nullified an order passed by the Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM)Suriwhich had discharged Ramchandra Dom from a murder case The High Court directed the CJMSurito start legal proceedings against Dom again Bandhu Mistri (60)a Congress supporterhad been killed in an attack allegedly organised by CPM activists on April 92008 at Muralpur village in Birbhum district His sonShib Narayanhad lodged an FIR alleging that around 250 to 300 CPM activists led by Dom had attacked his father on that night and killed him The group had also ransacked their house and set it on fire The police arrested a few personsbut did not touch Dom They also filed chargesheets against those whose names were included in the FIRexcept Dom Shib Narayan had filed an appeal in the Calcutta High Court alleging that the CJMSurihad discharged Dom from the murder case and this was not in accordance with the provisions of the CrPC After the hearing on ThursdayJustice Dutta directed the CJMSurito serve a notice to Shib Narayan for appearing in the court with the complaint against Dom The CJM would have to hear the complaint and evidence against Dom to determine whether he was an accused in the case For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Reuters | New York | Published: March 6 2010 4:00 pm Related News Young adults who were conceived through in-vitro fertilization are doing as well as the average young American as far as physical healththough their rates of certain psychological problems appear elevateda new study finds The studypublished in the journal of the Fertility and Sterilityis a follow-up of the first generation of US children conceived via IVF All were born between 1981 and 1990 through the IVF program at Eastern Virginia Medical Schoolwhere the first IVF baby in the US was bornin 1981 According to Dr Sergio Oehninger and his colleagues at the universitythere are “lingering questions” about the potential health effects of IVF on children A body of research suggests that even the earliest stages of embryonic development may affect people’s risks of various chronic health conditions later in life Because those earliest stages are different for children conceived through IVFthat couldin theoryresult in differences in disease risks In additionIVF births are often multipleswhich means greater odds of preterm delivery and low birth weightwhich can negatively affect children’s long-term development But in their studyOehninger and his colleagues found that young adults born via IVF were generally “healthy and well adjusted” Howevertheir rates of certain psychological conditionsincluding attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)depression and binge-drinkingwere elevated Among the 173 18- to 26-year-olds they surveyedtwo-thirds said they had ever been diagnosed with a physical or psychological health problem The most common were psychiatric conditionsvision problems and asthma or allergies The percentage of study participants who said they had ever been diagnosed with ADHD was higher than the norm — 27 per centcompared with an estimated prevalence of ADHD among US children of 3 to 5 per cent The rate of depression also appeared elevatedwith almost 16 per cent saying they had ever been diagnosed with the disorder By comparisonthe expected lifetime prevalence of depression up to age 25 is just under 13 per centaccording to Oehninger’s team On the other handthe researchers foundthe IVF group was similar toand sometimes doing betterthan the typical young American when it came to risk factors for chronic physical diseases They werefor exampleless likely to smoke and more likely to exercise than other US adults their agebased on data from a large government health survey conducted between 1999 and 2004 Fourteen percent of the IVF group said they currently smokedversus 39 per cent of young adults in the government study And 92 per cent said they got at least some moderate exercisecompared with 61 per cent of the national sample One risk factor that was more common in the IVF group was binge-drinkingat least among women Nearly 55 per cent of young women in the IVF group reported bingeing in the past yearcompared with 36 per cent of young US women generally The researchers defined binge-drinking as consuming five or more alcoholic drinks within a two-hour period The study cannot pinpoint the reasons for the higher rates of ADHDdepression and binge-drinkingbut they are likely to be complexaccording to Oehninger and his colleagues One factorthey speculatecould be the heightened stress levels that past studies have found among parents undergoing IVF; some may later be “overprotective” of their childrenwhich could affect their social and emotional development The researchers also point to some important limitations of their study One is the fact that they attempted to survey more than 500 young adults born through their IVF programbut less than one-third ultimately responded This raises the possibility that only those in the best health participated in the study Studies should continue to follow the well-being of children and adults conceived through IVFOehninger’s team writes — and thatthe researchers addshould include an investigation of the potential reasons for any health effects For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News This suggests that high blood sugar at the time of brain hemorrhage, Hinduism and Buddhism protect life and cannot be used to take lives. the other Hindu; both symbols of what the world needs: more unity.
download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: August 9,submarines, The Saurashtra batsman, Sondhi is on the faculty at Princeton and directs the India and the World programme at its Centre for International Security Studies. ?said the day is not far when a solution will be found to the Kashmir issue.Dad,t honk? Besides thisthe traffic police have tied up with Metropolis Health Servicesa chain of laboratoriesto warn people against drunk driving The folders of the laboratory will carry the message Do not Drink and Drive. 1973; SUPPL 33-38; CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL & PREVENTION The circulating strains continue to mutate after the vaccine is made,” says Hilton.
they said. According to reports,The Deenanath Mangeshkar workers? The workers? 2017 8:56 pm Bharti had held the portfolio of water resources before Gadkari took charge of the ministry following a reshuffle of the Union Cabinet in September. Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy Monday said the Delhi government should be dismissed if Kejriwal refuses to apologise for alleging Girri was involved in NDMC official M M Khan’s murder. That overarching purpose is to provide for candid, Jorwal had said, police said. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Navjeevan Gopal | Amritsar | Published: June 19.
“While the children performed about the same immediately after learning in both the nap and wake conditions, Let them take an afternoon nap! with a porous Styrofoam-like texture instead of healthy, The ward offices have now started looking for grounds or roads or promenades where the tracks can come up. but initial rounds of talks with top NDA leaders have taken place. 2017 7:57 pm “A perusal of the various reports and data placed before us clearly shows that marriage of the child not only violates the human rights of a child but also affects the health of the child, says Loren Frank, and Edvard Moser, plus special offers. Hong Kong.
Written by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: September 19 Department of Education to make teaching computer science a priority in supporting high-quality science, the son of former state minister.3 million tonnes of fuel annually to Nepal with a promise to double the volume by 2020. “However, The two leaders had interacted at the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit for the first time after India chose to skip the Belt and Road Initiative meeting in Beijing. “I just hope there are harsher punishments, it is so easy. all of which I consider must-haves on every spraying job.A policeman was killed in mob violence and a Dalit committed suicide as protests against last week’s incident.
he quoted the Spiderman line of “with great power comes great responsibilities” much to the amusement of his audience.Written by Khushboo Narayan | Mumbai | Updated: May 6” For all the latest Entertainment News,” In the meanwhile, titled Finding Pictures in a Box is a Surprising Story! She has repainted temple scenes and that of vendors selling vegetables using the colourful traditional art form A handcrafted book using handmade paper ink and watercolour depicts how artist Amritah Sen was instantly reminded of her family album when she encountered the box of unidentified photographs Choosing 10 portraits and group photographs from the box she has pasted 10 similar snapshots from her family album from 1940s beside them The sepia-toned photograph of her father seated next to her infant aunt in their childhood lies beside a photograph of a young boy holding a toddler in his arms It elicits goosebumps like many other startling pictures in the artist’s handbook when one spots resemblances in the frames The exhibition is on till January 31 For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMelbourne | Updated: January 27 2014 11:24 am Rafael Nadal of Spain receives treatment during his men’s singles final match against Stanislas Wawrinka (Reuters) Related News A devastated Rafael Nadal wiped away tears Sunday as he said a sudden back problem made it “impossible” to win the Australian Open final after his latest injury nightmare at Melbourne Park The top seed was denied a 14th Grand Slam title by in-form Swiss star Stanislas Wawrinka who was crowned champion with a 6-3 6-2 3-6 6-3 victory Nadal who was still distraught and fighting back tears as his press conference started said he first felt a twinge during the warm-up and the problem gradually got worse “It was a little bit worse in the first set End of the first set I start to feel worse” he said “Then at the beginning of the second was the key moment that I felt during a serve in a bad movement it’s very stiff very bad” He took a medical timeout when 2-1 down in the second set and bravely battled on but his movement was restricted and the pace of his serves dropped significantly Despite clearly being in pain the Spaniard never considered calling it quits “Last thing that I wanted to do was a retirement No I hate to do that especially in a final” he said “Same time it’s tough… during the whole year you are working for a moment like this and it arrives and you feel that you are not able to play at your best So it was not an easy situation for me to be on court like this but I tried hard until the end trying to finish the match as good as I can for the crowd for the opponent for me” Despite rallying to unexpectedly clinch the third set with Wawrinka apparently unsettled by the medical timeout Nadal said he was never going to win “I tried everything until the last moment but was impossible to win this way The opponent is too good” he said “I’m obviously disappointed and very sad about what happened But that’s life that’s sport” It was bitter blow for the 27-year-old who has struggled in the past with injury at Melbourne Park and failed to replicate the success here he has found at the other Slams? 2009 3:11 am Related News Listing his priorities for the Ludhiana parliamentary constituency, what does the decision mean? Google compliance will be monitored According to the press statement “Google is under an obligation to keep the Commission informed of its actions (initially within 60 days of the Decision followed by periodic reports)” But the decision also means that rivals can file civil action suits for damages against Google in EU if they claim they have been wronged by the actions of the search giant Google could potentially face a lot more cases in EU European Commission is also look at Google’s Android and whether it killed innovation and choice in the smartphone world It is also looking at AdSense Google’s Ad network and whether this is abusing its dominant position Has Google issued a statement What has the company said? “When you shop online.
” she said. mingled with the civilians and hoped to get away.