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co/TYuxNO0R6P — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 25, “Hmm.Since you are so impressed can I suggest a sequel to My Name is Khan -add 2 alphabets call it My Name is Khanna and cast me :)” Check out all the tweets here Navigating through manic Mondays armed with my Google Pixel and dozens of lame jokes #DayWithPixel @googleindia http://s.tco/4Wi2fRkPxX pictwittercom/LfSxCkq9eK — Twinkle Khanna (@mrsfunnybones) April 3 2017 This is what happens when Google googles your wife http://s.tco/Hh301CZhTn — Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) April 3 2017 So…@mrsfunnybones you nail it with your words and now your excelling in front of the camera…you go girl!! The ABCA12 gene mutation leads to Harlequin disorder. says Coxon. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: September 2, The High Court had in its August 4 verdict said that the special constitutional provision Article 239AA dealing with Delhi does not "dilute" the effect of Article 239 which relates to Union Territory and hence," the HC had said. but what I received from my Parents was the best and the highest !” He also added “T 2480 – To them that send me gracious greetings for Guru Poornima my grateful thanks It may not be possible to give a personal response” Recently Amitabh Bachchan served a legal notice to AAP leader Kumar Vishwas for using a poem by his father in a video and Big B also asked him to give an account of the revenue generated from it Bachchan said the video in which Vishwas is seen singing the poem was a “copyright infringement” and should be removed from YouTube within 24 hours On the work front Amitabh will next be seen in Aamir Khan’s Thugs of Hindostan for which he was earlier spotted shooting in Malta The film also stars Katrina Kaif and Dangal girl Fatima Sana Shaikh For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Hina Rohtaki | Chandigarh | Published: February 7 2017 8:04 am Bicycle sharing points would be introduced at Sector 17 Plaza Panjab University Sukhna lake Rose garden PGI and other busy places in the city Express Top News Residents of Chandigarh will soon get bicycles to commute from one point to another as the administration plans plan to have 10000 bicycles at 600 busy points in the city Recently the Chandigarh Smart City Limited has called for tenders for a public bicycle sharing system As per souces in the CSCL the bicycle sharing system should cover the entire city to ensure and promote use of bicycle as a practical and easy way to use alternative transport system Bicycle sharing points would be introduced at Sector 17 Plaza Panjab University Sukhna lake Rose garden PGI and other busy places in the city “This is being done to promote vehicle and pollution-free zones in the city Instead of opting for a taxi or a bus one can take a bicycle from one point and drop it at the next point nearest to his or her destination” said a senior official to Chandigarh Newsline According to the terms and conditions those companies are eligible to apply for this that have a prior experience for setting up and operating at least one such bicycle sharing system with 500 bicycles for a minimum of three years The conditions also state that business should presently be in operation and have a current annual turnover equivalent to Rs 20 crore or more The companies will give a presentation The expression of interest has to be sent by February 22 Meanwhile a similar plan was proposed in 2015 However the project could not be materialised as the company concerned did not agree to the terms and conditions of the municipal corporation The plan was then dropped by the officials Sources said that in the new plan the cycles are likely to be given after taking adequate ID proofs and people may drop the cycle after they reach their destination at the other cycle point There will be proper security arrangements and coordination among all points to avoid loss damage and other theft incidents A mechanic supervisor cleaner security guard and an usher is also expected to be there to man the bicycle sharing points For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: July 30 2010 1:54 pm Related News Kolkata-based model Dimpy Ganguly has walked out of her four-month-old marriage to Rahul Mahajanson of BJP leader Pramod Mahajanalleging domestic violence Dimpy had married Rahul with much fanfare on the Imagine TV reality show “Rahul Dulhaniya Le Jayega” in March this year “Rahul beat me up early on Thursday morning after waking me up to know the contents of a message that had beeped on my phone When I asked him to go back to sleephe flew into a rage and began hitting me He punchedkicked and dragged me by hair” the 22-year-old model told a TV channel Rahul could not be reached over phone for his comments This is the second time that Rahulwho was also involved in a drug abuse casehas been accused of domestic violence His first wife Shweta Singhwho was his childhood friendhad accused him of physically abusing her The couple got divorced in 2008 after which Rahul participated in Colors’ reality show “Big Boss” He continued to be in the limelight for his closeness with co-contestants Monica Bedi and Payal Rohatgi IncidentallyRohatgi too has alleged harassment by Rahulsaying he has been calling her asking for a second chance “I just don’t want to be harassed anymore That’s about it I don’t want to speak to him He is a married guy” Rohatgi said Senior BJP leader Pratap Ashara close associate of Pramod Mahajan who was present at the live wedding function of Rahul and Dimpyrefused to be drawn into the controversy saying that he did not know anything For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | New York | Published: December 23 2014 7:23 pm Women who drink face greater suicide risk (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News Alcohol use increases suicide risk among women especially those who have symptoms of insomnia such as sleep disturbance and daytime tiredness shows research “These results are important as they help demonstrate that alcohol use is associated with an increase in suicide risk and that this increase may be partially due to insomnia symptoms” said principal investigator Michael Nadorff assistant professor at Mississippi State University The study suggests that the targeted assessment and treatment of specific sleep problems may reduce the risk of suicide among those who consume alcohol “By better understanding this relationship and the mechanisms associated with increased risk we can better design interventions to reduce suicide risk” Nadorff added The study involved 375 undergraduate students at an university in the US The participants completed an online questionnaire that examined insomnia symptoms nightmares alcohol use and suicide risk The study appeared in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Berlin | Published: August 20 2017 2:47 am Borussia Dortmund began the season with a win (Source: AP) Top News Borussia Dortmund overcame hosts VfL Wolfsburg 3-0 on Saturday to make a flawless start to their Bundesliga season as last season’s runners-up RB Leipzig suffered a shock loss at Schalke 04 New Dortmund coach Peter Bosz had promised attractive attacking football and his team who finished third last season delivered on his Bundesliga debut There was more good news for Dortmund with Mario Goetze making his comeback after half a year out following a metabolic disorder and the Germany international set up 18-year-old Christian Pulisic after 22 minutes for the first goal at the Volkswagen Arena The absence of suspended Ousmane Dembele who missed training last week amid speculation about a possible move to Barcelona was quickly forgotten as Marc Bartra doubled the lead five minutes later against a dazed Wolfsburg defence With the Wolves cornered Dortmund kept up the pressure and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang last season’s Bundesliga top scorer added a third on the hour “I am very satisfied A 3-0 win at Wolfsburg is a very good result” Bosz said “Overall we delivered a very good team performance and that is important” “Christian Pulisic is still very young but he did really well today” Bosz said of the American teenager “Not only because of the goal He was everywhere today” Champions Bayern Munich are also on three points after Friday’s 3-1 victory over Bayer Leverkusen An 84th-minute deflected effort from Andrej Kramaric gave Hoffenheim who face Liverpool next week for a spot in the Champions League group stage a 1-0 win over Werder Bremen Australian Mathew Leckie struck twice for new club Hertha Berlin as they beat promoted VfB Stuttgart back after a season in the second division 2-0 Schalke with 31-year-old coach Domenico Tedesco making his Bundesliga debut scored once in either half to beat Leipzig 2-0 with the visitors’ sensational league run last season already a distant memory Nabil Bentaleb put them ahead with a 43rd minute penalty before Yevhen Konoplyanka who had scored twice in the German Cup on Monday struck to finish Leipzig off Nicolai Mueller’s goal gave Hamburg who suffered a shock first-round exit in the German Cup last week a 1-0 win over Augsburg for their first victory at the start of the season in seven years Promoted Hanover 96 won by the same scoreline with Austrian Martin Harnik on target against Mainz 05 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Saritha Rai | Published: February 8 2015 11:42 pm Mental health issues in Bangalore are skyrocketing as cut-throat competition puts pressure on professionals Related News “I am suffering from depression and I want two weeks off” It is highly unlikely that a Bangalore employer has ever heard such a reason from an employee asking for time off from work On the other hand says S Kalyanasundaram a leading Bangalore psychiatrist whose practice has spanned four decades many are likely to hide their mental ailments and come up with reasons such as “I have an appointment with my gynaecologist” or “My landlord has an emergency” The busiest day in his practice is Saturday when companies are shut for the weekend It is regrettable that in a city with a large population of youth a lack of sensitivity even from companies in the technology sector a paucity of trained mental health professionals and continued social stigma surrounding mental health problems conspire to keep those with mental health issues from admitting to the problem or seeking help “The awareness about mental health issues is increasing but the biggest block still is ‘my employer must not know’ or ‘my social group should not find out’” says Manoj Chandran CEO of White Swan Foundation a mental health non-profit backed by IT firm Mindtree’s co-founder Subroto Bagchi Black Swan offers knowledge services for urban youth in the 15-35 age group in Tier 1 and Tier 2 Indian cities “The stigma causes denial and worsens the issue” says Chandran In Bangalore nearly half of the workers in the technology sector are under 40 in the peak of their demanding careers and living amidst financial and family stresses Depression acute anxiety OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) panic attacks eating and sleeping disorders and social withdrawal are all too common outcomes of stress at competitive workplaces Bangalore has the highest suicide rate among cities in India But it is taboo to admit to depression or panic attacks Mental health issues in Bangalore are skyrocketing as cut-throat competition puts pressure on professionals Workplaces are ruthless as rapid changes in the IT services industry reduce jobs Employees are expected to learn diverse skills change and adapt The targets get stiffer the deadlines shorter and the anxiety of lay-offs perennially hang over employees “People are never able to tune off from work the concept of winding down in the evening is disappearing and that takes a toll because people do not have the time to nourish their souls and their relationships” says Maullika Sharma global clinical manager in Bangalore at Workplace Options a multinational that provides mental health and wellbeing assistance to companies and their employees Several distinct factors make Bangalore rife with mental health issues say experts People stream into Bangalore from small-town India land jobs and salaries that they had only dreamed of and yet feel alienated in the city says Sharma who has been counselling in the city for eight years Growing consumerism is landing many in financial problems and being tangled in a cycle of EMIs while coping with economic uncertainty at high-pressure jobs compounds stress The dynamic nature of relationships and a change in women’s role in the workplace and the family in what used to be a traditional society is another cause that counsellors encounter frequently On top of all this the shortage of trained mental health professionals even in a city like Bangalore compounds the problem There are an estimated 4500 psychiatrists in a country where one in four Indians or 300 million people suffers some form of mental health disorder such as stress and depression Given the vast numbers the paucity of professionals is staggering At the Nimhans Centre for Wellbeing — located in southern Bangalore well away from the mental hospital attached to India’s premier mental health institution NIMHANS — the distance is a comfort for those visiting for help says D Padmavathi the first contact at the centre and a counsellor Even though it does not advertise its services the Centre receives at least 50 walk-ins per week besides hundreds of phone calls much more than it can handle on some days Only suicide statistics seem to flag the state of mental health problems in Bangalore But underlying the suicide data are huge numbers of those who suffer from a variety of mental illnesses “The technology boom has helped the city progress over the decades in terms of how much money a young person makes in the shortest span of time” says Kalyanasundaram But he says the same forward-thinking companies that pay handsome salaries and care about their workers’ material wellbeing do not pay enough attention to their mental wellbeing [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: The BJP on Saturday headed for a hugewin in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand while the Congress forgedahead in Punjab marked by an anti-incumbency wave in the threestates while they were locked in a close contest in Goa andManipur Representational image AFP According to trends available after three hours ofcounting of votes in the Assembly elections in the fivestates the BJP was leading in 291 out of 396 constituenciesin the 403-member Assembly in a stunning showing leaving theirrivals far behind The BJP which had just 47 seats in the outgoingAssembly garnered 40 per cent vote share in the mostriveting contest seen as a gamechanger and a virtualreferendum on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s popularity anddemonetisation?asked me to be the first vice chancellor of the Central University of Jammu. 10% waiver for OBC candidates: DU New Delhi:Delhi University has notified that the 10 per cent concession in minimum eligibility criteria for OBC candidates will be applicable to additional eligibility criteria prescribed by colleges as well.

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"Definitely my grandchildren will watch the DVD of this match.staged a sit-in and raised slogans against DTO officials after three buses carrying the pilgrims had been stopped at the Ladhowal Toll barrier late on Monday night.” Construction started in October on the 30-hectare campus, Fakhar? Hooda has had a tough time. England and Bangladesh.If India are to save this Test and indeed the series the second day will be a verycrucial one for them Click here to relive highlights of Day 1 of the 2nd Testbetween India and Australia in Bengaluru Indian opener Rohit Sharma gaveIndia’s campaign Down Under a blistering start as he smashed his way to a record-breaking century in the first ODI vs Australia in Perth The right-handed batsman from Mumbai scored anunbeaten 171 off 163 balls as India piled up an imposing 309 for 3 against Australia The Mumbai batsman’s inningswas studded with 13 boundaries and seven huge sixes as hebroke a plethora of records en route hisninth ODI hundred Rohit Sharma Getty Images – This is Rohit’s fourth hundred against Australia in 19 ODIs – Rohit Sharma became the first Indian batsman toscore a century at WACA Perth against Australia – This is the highest individual score against Australia in an ODI Down Under breakingSir Vivian Richards’ 37-years-old record of 153 – This is also the highest score by an Indian in Australia surpassing141 by Sourav Ganguly vs Pakistan at Adelaide in January in 2000 – Rohit Sharma’s 171* is also now the highest unbeaten ODI score in Australia surpassing AB de Villiers 162* vs West Indies at Sydney in 2015 – Rohit and Virat Kohli (91) added 207 runs for the second wicket which is the highest second for India against Australia in the ODIs surpassing the previous best of 199 set by Sachin Tendulkar and VVS Laxman in Indore back in 2001 -Rohit’s 171* is also the fifth-highest ODI score in Australia after Chris Gayle’s 215 vs Zimbabwe 178 by David Warner against Afghanistan Mark Waugh’s 173 v West Indies 172 by Adam Gilchrist v Zimbabwe -Rohit also now has the most 170+ scores in ODIs tying with Sachin Tendulkar -He now holds the record for most ODI centuries in Australia by Indians with VVS Laxman with three tons With inputs from agencies and statistician Mohandas Menon (@mohanstatsman) Written by Alok Singh | New Delhi | Published: April 22 2017 3:59 am Union Minister Babul Supriyo (File) Top News Chittaranjan Park on Friday saw a BJP star campaigner arrive on two wheels as Union Minister Babul Supriyo rode a Royal Enfield during the last day of campaigning for civic polls Supriyo was campaigning for BJP candidate Subhash Bhadana who is contesting the MCD polls for the first time Party members and leaders who had lined up in the morning in anticipation of Supriyo’s arrival were surprised when he turned up on the bike starting the road show from CR Park’s Market 1 Amid chants of ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ party workers showered Supriyo with rose petals His personal SUV however stayed right behind him The crowd eventually reached a makeshift party office at the DDA market where Bhadana welcomed Supriyo with a garland “The lotus has been growing everywhere in the country; it will grow in Delhi too” he said “This election is being fought under the leadership of Modiji and his wishes are with you all His decisions are changing the country ‘Lal batti’ on cars has been banned and we can see the change already This time we are contesting with fresh faces and new energy which will again bring us to power” said Supriyo Party leaders said Bhadana’s main contender will be the current Congress councillor Virender Kasana For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Gareth Price | Updated: June 5 2014 8:05 am Creating jobs so that India’s demographic dividend can be realised requires a focus on skills development Here too there are hopes that the UK’s experience can be shared Related News He is viewed with excitement and anxiety in UK but is unlikely to prioritise Europe Narendra Modi’s remarkable win for the BJP will undoubtedly alter the course of Indian politics The BJP successfully tapped into popular frustration stemming from the lack of coordinated policymaking and the multiple corruption scandals by promising a stronger more coherent government His message would seem to have particularly appealed to younger voters Over the past two decades India’s economic success and more recent slowdown have been overseen by coalitions Modi is now in a position to streamline ministries to encourage coherence All of his public statements suggest his intention to improve governance and service delivery both of which have been affected by the need to manage disparate coalitions For countries such as the UK which want to build their trade and investment ties with India these moves will be welcome Poor governance is frequently cited as an impediment to doing business The largest foreign investments in India have been by British firms and better governance — coupled with rising expectations — is likely to lead to higher economic growth Modi is in a position to take some of the more difficult decisions that successive governments have dodged on account of the interests of smaller coalition partners On the domestic front observers are keenly watching whether he may try and reform areas such as labour law For foreign investment the expectation is that liberalisation will continue on a sector-by-sector basis based on Indian needs Questions remain over whether foreign investment caps in insurance will be lifted but there is greater hope for the defence sector The UK has and will continue to work on building links between its Indian-origin population and India Further there is widespread support for Modi and the BJP in general among the Gujarati section of the Indian diaspora in the UK Expectation management may well be a key challenge for the new administration In large part the BJP swept to power on the hope that it will change the tone of politics While corruption is unlikely to disappear overnight if Modi surrounds himself with clean and competent ministers it could send a positive signal to those further down But India is a complex federation and there are clear limits to what the Central government can achieve Even though it has a majority in the Lower House the BJP is well short of a majority in the Upper House And India’s challenges are significant Creating jobs so that India’s demographic dividend can be realised requires a focus on skills development Here too there are hopes that the UK’s experience — in certifying skills for instance can be shared with India Despite the relatively positive mood of many in the UK that the new government will bring India potentially brighter economic prospects questions remain First the new government seems likely to prioritise domestic issues India’s foreign policy is likely to be focused on India’s neighbourhood With Nawaz Sharif being the first Pakistani prime minister to attend the swearing in ceremony of an Indian prime minister the initial signs are positive China will be on Modi’s radar both for the economic opportunities it presents and for strategic issues such as border disputes The new government is likely to follow the Gujarat model seeking investment in infrastructure Here Modi is likely to look east to countries such as Japan Korea and Australia and even China Western Europe is unlikely to be a priority If his first visit is to Japan this would reinforce its growing importance to India — as a strategic partner and a significant investor What implications does this have for the West and the UK in particular Modi represents a break from the legacy of Congress rule Unlike many Congress leaders he was not educated in the UK And while he may not bear a grudge intuitively he would seem less likely to prioritise those countries that refused to grant him a visa following the Gujarat riots In the UK questions are also being asked about the social implications of a BJP-majority government and the ability of Modi to balance the agenda of good governance and social cohesion Those concerns will only subside or worsen as the government’s actions unfold particularly on events relating to communal tension or violence British observers of the Indian elections probably view Modi’s rise to power in much the same way as many Indians: an exciting prospect for the hope of economic reform but with anxiety over the consequences of how that might be achieved India had long been relegated to the “era of coalition politics” — now for the first time in decades there is potential for a different kind of decision-making The writer is senior research fellow Asia Programme at Chatham House London [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: September 8 2017 4:07 pm Top News The Bombay High Court was Monday informed that industrialist Vijaypat Singhania and his son Gautam Singhania chairperson and Managing Director of Raymond Ltd are likely to meet this week to try and resolve their property dispute as suggested by the court earlier? 10 short of?By: Express Web Desk | Updated: Pakistan scored a mammoth 579/3 helped by Azhar Ali’s 302 not out The world number five fell violently ill the day before the 72-arrow ranking round on Friday but recovered well enough to dispatch Tongan teenager Hans Arne Jensen and Turk Mete Gazoz in his opening round matches.



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