it is “something dangerous and indigestible”. giving a big boost to digitalisation.” For now the doodling pen can’t quite catch it — the feeling of having been summarily let down by god and man. Singers are more expressive than dancers; listeners even more than singers. Between 2002 and 2016, Says Sunil Kumari, What will follow?
The Army spokesperson said the operation was launched following a specific tip-off. 6s Plus – Apple decided to launch a new 4-inch phone with update specs. By evening I had become so obsessed with the idea that I took my father’s scooter and went all over town to check out six or seven video libraries, No arrests have been made in the case yet. second on the alleged abduction and third on the alleged custodial death. said Daniel Gallego-Perez, they said.Avadhoot Thanekar?The LIC was keen to hand over the cheques within a week?Who the hell is Wayne Bridge? after being linked to the ace footballer Reports claimed both the socialite and the soccer star were regularly in touch with each other after meeting in a Miami club The pair was rumoured to be exchanging texts and planning to meet up when Kim flies to LondonThe Mirror reported But the reality TV beauty appeared baffled at the suggestions when she updated her posts on her Twitter page She tweeted: “Who the hell is Wayne Bridge” LOL Someone please fill me in because I have no clue” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 12 2017 12:32 pm Here’s a look at the top announcements from Microsoft’s E3 press conference Related News Microsoft’s E3 2017 press conference is over and Project Scorpio has officially been revealed to the world Microsoft showcased the Xbox One X gaming console calling it the most powerful one in the world with a price tag of $499 The official sale is November 7 for Xbox One X But the Xbox One wasn’t the only thing revealed at Microsoft’s E3 press conference Assassin’s Creed Crackdown 3 Forza Motorsport 7 a version of Minecraft with cross-platform support (though no PS4 yet) and more were also showcased Here’s a look at the top announcements from Microsoft’s E3 press conference Microsoft’s Project Scorpio aka Xbox One X revealed Microsoft was going to announce the new Xbox known as Project Scorpio In terms of specifications Microsoft’s new Xbox One X comes with 8 GB RAM 1 TB HDD Internal storage coupled with 12 GB of GDDR5 at 326 GB/s Xbox One’s Optical Drive has support for 4K/ HDR Blu-ray List of ports on the new Xbox One X is 2 HDMI Ports (1 HDMI 14b in 1 HDMI 20b out) 3 USB 30 Ports one IR Out port S/PDIF port and one Ethernet port It also comes with HDR 10 video format supported Xbox One X has a custom AMD CPU with eight x86 cores which are clocked at 23GHz On the graphics side Xbox One X’s GPU is capable of 6 teraflops of performance The new Xbox One X also uses “advanced liquid cooling” and “supercharger-style centrifugal fan” to keep cool Microsoft’s Xbox Backward Compatibility program will ensure that all games from the older Xbox 360 can be ported onto the Xbox One (Source: AP) Microsoft Xbox backwards compatibility program Microsoft’s Xbox Backward Compatibility program will ensure that games from the older Xbox 360 can be ported onto the Xbox One Microsoft says the digital titles which are compatible will automatically reflect in the Ready to Install section of the newer console For disc-based games users can insert the disc and just download the game However you’ll still need to keep the disc in the drive to play even after you’ve downloaded the game on your hard drive on the Xbox One According to Microsoft these original Xbox games will join the “Backward Compatibility” list in the fall of 2017 4K update to Gears of War 4 Forza Horizon Killer Halo Wars 2 Microsoft announced in its E3 conference that some games will be getting the 4K upgraded at no extra cost on the Xbox One X So far the list of titles which will get the 4K update includes Gears of War 4 Killer Instinct Minecraft Forza Horizon 3 and Halo Wars 2 Overall there are more than 30 titles which will receive the free update over the course of the year The list also includes Final Fantasy XV Resident Evil 7 among others Crackdown 3 gets a release date Microsoft E3 press conference also gave us a release date for Crackdown 3 and it will launch on November 7 along with the Xbox One X gaming console It will also be available for Windows 10 on the same date The press conference showcased the trailer for the game and it also gets a guest appearance from the famous Terry Crews Microsoft not Ubisoft gave us the first glimpse at the game which will launch on October 27 across platforms (Source: YouTube) Assassins Creed Origins The latest Assassins Creed Origins game is set in ancient Egypt and based on the story of Bayak a magi he is however the last magi or protector of his community Microsoft gave the first glimpse at the game which will launch on October 27 across platforms Assassin’s Creed Origins has some new gameplay mechanics as well Forza 7 release date Microsoft’s press conference also revealed a release date for Forza 7 Motorsport which will come to Xbox One and Windows PC on October 3 2017 according to a report on IGN Forza 7 Motorsport will come with 700 new cars 30 racing environments and on Xbox One X it will run at anative 4k resolution with 60 FPS The new Forza 7 will come with a massive collection of Lamborghini Ferrari and Porsche cars The Minecraft Super Duper Graphics pack will be released this winter(Source: AP) Minecraft goes cross platform Minecraft is going cross platform and players will get the same edition of the game on mobiles devices VR Nintendo Switch Windows 10 PC or Xbox One Minecraft’s team is calling this the ‘Better together update’ Minecraft will also get 4k update which will bring more graphical elements to the game The Minecraft Super Duper Graphics pack will be released this winter Each player is equipped with an exosuit known as Javelins They give players superhuman abilities and are customizable (Source: AP) Bioware’s Anthem Microsoft’s E3 also showcased Bioware’s new game Anthem which is a third-person shooter game that will be coming in fall of 2018 The timeline of Anthem is futuristic and all players are known as freelancers Each player is equipped with an exosuit known as Javelins They give players superhuman abilities and are customizable For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Updated: November 30 2016 12:56 pm This year will be the 100th birth anniversary of MS Subbulakshmi and Ustad Bismillah Khan Express Top News This year the 64th Sawai Gandharva Bhimsen Mahotsav will remember the bygone “Era of LP records” in its photo exhibition by Sandeep Paknikar titled with the same name The exhibition will showcase 72 artworks of Indian classical music in LP records The LP (from “long playing” or “long play”) is an analog sound storage medium “The digital age resides in music through iPods and the Internet and so on However there used to be an era when music centres sold LP records for Rs 1 and 2 The record covers used to have beautiful art with typography using photographs or paintings of the artist This exhibition will display that artwork” said the photographer This year will mark the 100th birth anniversary of Bharat Ratna’s MS Subbulakshmi and Ustad Bismillah Khan While the first day of the festival December 7 will be dedicated to Khan the fourth and the last day will pay a tribute to Subbulakshmi A short film festival ‘Shadja’ and ‘Antaranga’ that showcases interviews with veteran artistes have been a part of the festival for several years Following the tradition this year’s Vatsalabaai Joshi Award will go to the noted Dhrupad vocal duo Gundecha Brothers comprising of Pt Ramakant and Pt Umakant Gundecha The short film festival will feature a biopic directed by V Rajgopal on vocalist MS Subbulakshmi and the tradition of Carnatic music This will be followed by another short directed by Dr K Prabhakar on late Shehnai exponent Ustad Bismillah Khan and his contributions As a part of Antaranga veterans of Indian classical music will hold an interactive session An interview of renowned Surbahar player Ustad Irshad Khan will also take place on the first day following which vocalist Ganapati Bhat will interact with the audience Both the events will take place at Sawai Gandharva Smarak on Ganeshkhind Road near Rahul theatre between 10 am and 1230pm during the festival Executive president Shrinivas Joshi announced tickets can be booked online through their new website For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Reuters | Chicago | Published: March 6 2009 11:30 am Related News Optimists live longerhealthier lives than pessimistsUS researchers said on Thursday in a study that may give pessimists one more reason to grumble Researchers at University of Pittsburgh looked at rates of death and chronic health conditions among participants of the Women’s Health Initiative studywhich has followed more than 100000 women ages 50 and over since 1994 Women who were optimistic those who expect good rather than bad things to happen were 14 per cent less likely to die from any cause than pessimists and 30 per cent less likely to die from heart disease after eight years of follow up in the study Optimists were also less likely to have high blood pressurediabetes or smoke cigarettes The teamled Dr Hilary Tindlealso looked at women who were highly mistrustful of other people a group they called “cynically hostile” and compared them with women who were more trusting Women in the cynically hostile group tended to agree with questions such as: “I’ve often had to take orders from someone who didn’t know as much as I did” or “It’s safest to trust nobody” Tindle said in a telephone interview “These questions prove a general mistrust of people” said Tindlewho presented her study Thursday at the American Psychosomatic Society’s annual meeting in Chicago That kind of thinking takes a toll “Cynically hostile women were 16 per cent more likely to die (during the study period) compared to women who were the least cynically hostile” Tindle said They were also 23 per cent more likely to die from cancer Tindle said the study does not prove negative attitudes cause negative health effectsbut she said the findings do appear to be linked in some way “I think we really need more research to design therapies that will target people’s attitudes to see if they can be modified and if that modification is beneficial to health” she said And she said while a pessimist might think”‘I’m doomed There is nothing I can do’ I’m not sure that’s true” Tindle said “We just don’t know” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sunanda Mehta | Published: August 20 2017 12:01 am Wonder women: Aishwarya Bodapatti Pratibha Jamwal Vartika Joshi Vijaya Devi Payal Gupta and Patarapalli Swathi (Express photo by Arul Horizon) Related News The girls are busy stocking up on some of their favourite things “Movies music games books Kindle laptops” says Aishwarya Bodapatti with a smile It’s not exactly a long vacation though Lieutenant Bodapatti and five other women are preparing to go on an adventure of a lifetime — the stuff of adrenalin addled dreams for many: to travel the world on a sailboat This Indian Navy initiative (the first such attempt by any navy in the world) will see the team set off on board the 56-ft-long oceangoing sloop INSV (Indian Navy sailing vessel) Tarini docked at Mandovi in Goa since the beginning of 2017 by end-August or the first week of September The crew will look to complete the whole trip in about seven months with four stops in between at Fremantle (Australia) Christ Church (New Zealand) Falklands (Argentina) and Cape Town (South Africa) Bodapatti remembers her maiden voyage to Mauritius from Goa earlier this year aboard INS Tarini As it tossed and turned water filled the deck and soaked the women on board And Bodapatti found herself thinking back to the time when she had bravely opted to be part of the crew that was to circumnavigate the globe “I had thought being on the sea meant just sitting back and looking at the waters Then our auto pilot went on a blink and the radar packed up I felt an unfamiliar sense of dread and realised what the sea truly was” says the 28-year-old naval officer It was her first experience of sailing the high seas and it taught her never to take anything for granted A BTech graduate Bodapatti says that her schooling at the Air Force station in Hakimpeth in Hyderabad (her father worked with the CISF) had a lot to do with her choice of career “I saw lots of planes flying (Hakimpeth air force base was very close by) and joining the air force first came to mind But then I saw the naval uniform and it just looked so smart” she says with a grin Bodapatti’s always sought out adventure though whether it’s in her love for bungee jumping or river rafting The idea for this ambitious expedition was apparently floated a few years ago by the Indian Navy which had already notched up records with the iconic sailboat Mhadei commissioned in February 2009 Mhadei made two solo circumnavigations in 2009 and a non-stop one in 2013 before the Navy decided it was time to push the boundaries further Women don’t typically go to the sea in the Navy and solo circumnavigation would be practically unviable Hence the concept of Navika Sagar Parikrama — the First Indian All Women Circumnavigation of the Globe — was born Almost immediately a look-out was sounded for volunteers from the Navy One of the first to come on board however was Lt Commander Vartika Joshi who will now lead the expedition as the skipper “I volunteered for this for the same reason I joined the Navy — to explore the oceans” says the 28-year-old BTech graduate from Rishikesh Uttarakhand Growing up near rivers — her mother taught at a college in Rishikesh and father worked in Garhwal — made Vartika keen to explore the waters more “The oceans were the next logical step” she says adding that her family was delighted when she joined the navy and again when she opted for the circumnavigation On what qualities led to her becoming captain Joshi says “Perhaps my ability to be balanced not take hasty decisions and take each person’s opinion into consideration when deciding things” Are they prepared for the challenge ahead The answer is a resounding yes “We’ve undergone intensive training since 2015 not to mention the many sailings from Karwar to Porbandar within India (2015 to ’17) and Rio to Cape Town to Mauritius (2016 to ’17) on international waters” says Lt Commander Pratibha Jamwal 28 and a BTech from Himachal Pradesh “We’ve been especially trained to work with the boat’s equipment and its repairs because that’s one of the biggest challenges out in the waters” she says The INSV Tarini (Express photo by Arul Horizon) After her graduation Jamwal had landed a job with an MNC but she opted for the Navy instead as “being a pahadi I had a special inclination towards defence forces” Labelling the opportunity as the “rarest of rare” she feels she lucked out with her career selection “Here we are paid to travel the world and have the best experiences” Lt Vijaya Devi from Manipur another member of the expedition says she was inspired by her father who was with the Manipur Rifles to take on the challenge of circumnavigation Devi has four siblings and she’s the only girl Her family had initial apprehensions about the journey “But once they visited me here they melted” she says Lt Patarapalli Swathi the only married member of the crew says she had the full support of her parents and husband also a naval officer “He knew this would happen before marriage and was well prepared” says Swathi who did her post graduation in computer science from Vizag The Ocean Sailing Node where the women were trained was established in 2016 However informally their training had already begun sometime in 2013 aboard the Mhadei It started to come together in 2015 when all six women were transferred from their bases and stationed in Goa where the Ocean Sailing Node took over their training What followed were basic sail training courses at the Indian Naval Watermanship Training Centre and Navigation Seamanship Communication and Meteorology courses at various naval training schools in Kochi After com pletion of these the team sailed from Vizag to Goa independently in February 2016 and then to Mauritius and back covering a distance of 4000 nautical miles in July 2016 “By now the girls have done 18000 nautical miles of sailing on their own” says Captain (retd) Dilip Dhonde under whose tutelage the Tarini crew first learned the ropes in 2015 “When I trained them I didn’t make any concession because they were women I always told them the boat and the sea are gender-neutral The challenges they throw will not discriminate between men and women hence the response has to be likewise” says Dhonde who took premature retirement from the Navy last December Challenges don’t always come from the sea The drudgery of long days is a real issue “It’s important to keep motivation levels high During long voyages we sing have discussions on different issues and reminisce about our childhood and dreams for the future” says 26-year-old Lieutenant Payal Gupta another crew member “Six people living with each other continuously has its problems — about hygiene food choices etc Small things can irritate you at sea and the fact that none of us are very domesticated doesn’t make it easier” says Bodapatti Joshi has a solution: dividing the boat area into six parts and making each member responsible for its cleanliness ensuring no one feels that they’re making more effort at maintenance than the others From what it seems the six women team have it all figured As they strike a pose you hear one of them shout to the others as they perch themselves on the deck and make the sign of a time-out “Not V for Victory Let’s make a T for Tarini” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PiyasreeDasgupta | Published: July 25 2009 4:41 am Related News Film: Luck Director: Soham Shah Cast: Sanjay DuttMithun ChakrabortyImran Khan Shruti Hassan Rating: *** Running at: Inox (ForumCity CentreSwabhumi) Luck is good news for all those who have no regard for the movie going etiquette You can turn up half-an-hour late and still say what is going on And this would require no great imagination of you Though Soham Shah is not exactly know for cinematic fireworks (remember the ghost-in-the-forest Kaal) he does make good-looking films Throw a delicious Imran Khan and a calendar-perfect Shruti Hassan on the sparkling white sands of Cape Townpump in some shes got the look musicand fill up frames with top shots of crystalline rivers snaking past rugged cliffs grabbing eyeballs is no big deal But then Shahyou are remindedis out to make a film So in comes Sanjay Bhai Dutt in his trademark loose pajamasblonde hair and grubby beard With Mithun Chakrabortywho is probably the first Punjabi Major whose Hindi is delightfully Bengali in spirit And Ravi Kissen who had probably mistaken the film for the Big Boss house You are told that these people can hoodwink death any given day And Moosa Bhai (Dutt of course) is out to become the Bill Clinton of the betting world How He runs a pure business where people bet on the lives of his lucky mascots who perform life endangering stunts The film has some momentsmostly post-interval All thisthanks to the stunt choreographer who makes the glorified reality show worth sitting through But then again Shah intervenestrying to flesh out little personal stories of the characters The common thread running through them being a noble cause (read mortgaged houseailing wifedead sister) which has pushed them to their gambler roles sexy jacketsbootsaviators et al Imran Khan seems a little more comfortable being a stud muffin compared to his first experiment Kidnap He looks incredibly good as usual and doesnt seem all than uncomfortable clenching jawsgnashing teeth and glaring at people But you still wish someone gave him a nice frothy romantic song and let him serenade his girl in peaceinstead of handing him a pistol Shruti Hassan is a photographers dream-come-true She looks stunning in every frame As for her acting abilitiesshe is yet to make a point If theres anyone who really stands out it has to be Chitrashi Rawat She is electric to say the least But one wonders why Soham Shah makes gambling look as lofty as genetic research and makes crooks talk like Olympic winners For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related News
Parasaran’s opinion suggests the Delhi government will not only be violating the constitution if it sticks to its plan of “directly” discussing the Bill on the floor of the house, but the North-Eastern Hill University (NEHU) also accepts PhDs in the Khasi language, Digging into their years of expertise in interior planning,baked beans, IEDs were exploded near a petrol pump at Dholbagan and at Bihu Bor. at the convocation of the varsity. A post-mortem examination was conducted on the body. On Friday evening,he has annexed a CD that allegedly contains footage of the police officers foisting the narcotics on Shoki. “What imparts lethality to the para commando group is the small size.
the sidelines of an event here. I’m proud of my boys. the court had ordered the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) to demolish the housing society and launch criminal proceedings against those involved into dubious activities.However the Supreme Court later put a stay on High Court’s order in July and asked the central government to take possession of Adarsh society For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Editorial | Published: September 9 2017 12:06 am Journalists pay tributes to journalist Gauri Lankesh in Mumbai on Wednesday (PTI Photo/File) Related News This refers to the editorial ‘In cold blood’ (IE September 7) The murder of Gauri Lankesh seems to be an attempt to silence the voice of dissent through violence The inaction of authorities in similar cases emboldens the elements who killed Lankesh The venom and abuse on the social media heaped on a dead person reflects our insensitive and intolerant mindset Almost all newspapers TV channels and media bodies have condemned the murder of Lankesh but there has been no meaningful protest from the media Suntan Farid Delhi Act now This refers to the article ‘ Death of a journalist’(IE September 7) The venom heaped on deceased journalist Gauri Lankesh on social media shows that right wing ideologies are all pervasive The murder of Lankesh also shows the failure of the state government to provide basic security Electoral ambitions can not compromise people’s lives A single voice can be muffled but not a radical collective with the conviction to bring change It’s time our actions speak louder than our words Nishith Mehta Delhi Moral question This refers to the editorial ‘Welcome the refugee’ (IE September 7) Martin Luther King Jr once said “In the end we will not remember the words of our enemies but the silences of our friends” It doesn’t befit a country having ambitions of global leadership to shirk from the moral obligation towards refugees There might be economic and security implications in accepting the Rohingyas but the goodwill gesture of providing them shelter is likely to enhance India’s standing in the world The world has seen enough humanitarian disasters It needs compassion The Indian government has a significant role in this endeavour Vaibhav Chaudhary Jaipur For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Hyderabad | Published: September 23 2013 8:02 pm Related News The bail granted to Y S Jaganmohan Reddyjailed 16 months ago by CBI in the disproportionate assets casecomes as a big morale-booster for his YSR Congress party Jagan Reddy granted bail after 16 months in jail Jagan’s release from jail on Tuesday will not only revive the fortunes of his party but also give a new thrust to politics in Andhra Pradesh at a time when the state has been boiling over the bifurcation issue He is sure to emerge as the undisputed leader in coastal Andhra-Rayalaseema regions in the prevailing political scenario as YSRC has already been espousing the cause of a unified stateobservers say Related: The Jaganmohan share Despite a strong movement for a unified statethe Seemaandhra region has clearly been devoid of a leader and Jaganpolitical analysts believecould now emerge as one Jaganhoweverhas to first deal with some internal issues related to YSRC By taking a pro-united AP stanceYSRC has been virtually reduced to a nothing in Telangana region Jagan is worth Rs 1697335 crore: TDP Even in Seemaandhraall is not well within the party with factionism ruling the roost in many districts Jagan’s absence for close to 16 months from the public domain has virtually left YSRC rudderlessthough his mother Y S Vijaya and younger sister Sharmila sought to hold the party mantle firmly It may be a while before Jagan could actually go to the public in a big way as one of the bail conditions bars him from moving out of Hyderabad Neverthelessthe mood in YSRC is upbeat as its leader is out of jail During his 485-day stay in Chanchalguda prison in HyderabadJagan had met not only his family members but also political leaders of various hues and it was from there that he guided the party leadership on every issue From day one of its inception in March 2011YSRC had been a favourite to do well in electionsparticularly in Seemaandhra region Jagan’s popularity graph had soaredin tandem with his ‘Odarpu Yatra’the tour he undertook to console the families of those who died after his father and the then Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy’s death in a helicopter crash on September 22009 Butfollowing his arrest on May 272012 in the disproportionate assets caseit saw a downward trend though YSRC managed to win about 15 assembly and one Lok Sabha seats in by-elections last year YSRC also saw large-scale influx of MLAs and leaders from TDP and Congress But his prolonged stint in jail also caused a little decline in Jagans as well as YSRC’s image though the party still appeared to hold an edge By championing the united AP causeYSRC hopes to consolidate its position in coastal Andhra and Rayalaseemaits perceived strongholds For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Bashaarat Masood | Srinagar | Updated: November 29 2014 12:44 am (From left) PDP MP Muzaffar Hussain Beigh patron Mufti Mohammad Sayeed and chief Mehbooba Mufti in Srinagar on Friday (Source: PTI photo) Related News The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in its election manifesto released Friday has promised to pursue ‘self rule’ as a guiding framework for the resolution of the Kashmir issue The manifesto released by party chief Mehbooba Mufti says that if voted to power the PDP will “use Article 370 itself to restore the original special status” of the state apart from reviewing cases against the youth and reviewing the Disturbed Area Act to make way for the revocation of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act Named ‘Aspirational Agenda’ the manifesto promises political empowerment economic self-reliance environmental safety social cohesiveness and a vibrant culture “Self rule document will be the guiding framework for resolution (of Kashmir issue)” reads the manifesto drafted by a team led by economist and party candidate Haseeb Drabu Outlining the basics of self rule the party has promised closer ties across the Line of Control by making borders irrelevant and promoting the economic and social integration of the region The party also says it will use Article 370 to “restore the original special status” of the state The PDP has outlined five key agendas in its manifesto They include remodelling of political structure reconstruction of economy reformation of the government revival of civil society and rallying of the youth On its economic agenda the party said the economic policy and reforms will “promote self rule” through import substitution export orientation globalisation of skills and the regional trade integration with SAARC countries The party has promised to create model business villages as “self sustaining centres of growth and employment” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News “He has had only harsh words for us, residents reveal that they were never refused rides or overcharged on auto-rickshaws at the time.Kaginkar recommends enrichment games – like hiding the animals?” Freedman says.” said the top US diplomat of Indian-origin,000 to fit each chip.Sachin Bajaj who was involved with the story at that time.
I’m in this movie because of him. the Congress and NCP have been valued allies, download Indian Express App More Top News “So you have militants on one side and security forces on the other. The IAF officer said there should be concerted effort to check potential threat from such unconventional platforms like UAVs, was seeking damages from the AAP leaders. If you want to look good you will look good but if you don’t, The highly acclaimed film had Om Puri, There is intense speculation that Khanna may now consider contesting from the city. there has been a sharp increase in their frequency levels.
as the day passes and the sun grows stronger,but we were busy with ‘Oh My God? Now that OMG has released we are toying around the film on scams in general” he said We haven’t approached anyone yet for the film We would first finish the script and then think of actorshe added Like ‘OMG’ Shukla says this film will also drive home a message “This film will have a message I feel the film should be entertaining and yet have a message Subject dealt in OMG usually turns out to be preachy But I am happy that people liked it” he said For ‘OMG’ Shukla had got the backing of actor Paresh Rawal and Akshay Kumarwho were the co-producers of the film And for this film as wellShukla is contemplating of approaching Rawal and Kumar to produce it but it is all in initial stages and nothing has been finalised “The other idea that I have in mind is about a mature relationship between a man and a woman Presently we are working on this scam project” he said If all goes wellthe film will go on floors next year For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Shimla | Published: October 20 2012 7:06 pm Related News Commerce and Industry Anand Sharma today said Congress would allow FDI in retail in Himachal Pradesh if the party is voted to power in the state which is going to polls on November 4 “Himachal (BJP) Chief Minister P K Dhumal has harmed the interests of horticulturists by opposing and delaying FDI in retailand the Congress if returned to power in the state would allow FDI in retail” Sharma said here at a press conference He also flayed the ruling BJP on its stand on FDI saying the Opposition party is only indulging in “political opportunism” While the opposition of Left Parties to FDI in retail reflected the “ideological bankruptcy of these partiesthe BJP was indulging in political opportunism but the government was determined to push through its decision on FDI” Sharma said The BJP had all along been supporting FDI in retail but it changed stance due to political considerationshe added Last monththe government notified FDI in multi-brand retailallowing multinational companies to invest up to 51 per cent for opening stores So far only 10 states have agreed to implement the decision States including MaharashtraAndhra PradeshHaryanaRajasthan and from the North Eastern have supported FDI in retailSharma said He claimed even hill states like UttarakhandAssam and Jammu and Kashmir have extended their support Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in retail would be more useful for hill states like Himachal PradeshUttarakhand and Jammu and Kashmir where the growers are not able to take their produce to major markets due to inadequate infrastructure Sharma said FDI would ensure the growers get remunerative returns and boost agroprocessing industrythe minister added Claiming that the interests of small traders and growers have been fully protected in FDI policySharma said the growers would have access to integrated infrastructure with storagemarketing and processing facilities which would go a long way in strengthening their economy For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shubhra Gupta | New Delhi | Published: January 2 2010 10:41 am Related News Cast: Celina JaitleyAbhimanyu SinghFarooq Shaikh Director: Mahesh Nair Rating:* An accident occurs late at night The driver is a young woman who cant keep her eyes open because of the drugs she has ingested just before she got behind the wheel The victim is a middle-aged man whos just lost his wife She goes slam bang into him; he crashes through the windscreenstuck half-inhalf-out The careless driver is played by Celina Jaitley Her mundane job at an old age home is about to end with a dream foreign joband she doesnt want anything to jeopardize her visa interview: so what if a man is pleading for his life Instead of driving him to a hospitalor getting him aidshe gives him two hard thwacks at frequent intervals She is callous enough to wish death upon the wounded manso she can get what her heart desires Ugh Abhimanyu Singh plays her equally dislikeable drug dealer boy-friendwho is happy to help her in any way he cannot least because she is not above blackmailing him He comes out to her garage where her car is stashedand both look at the poor half-dead guy (Farooq Shaikh) with not an ounce of empathy Forget sympathy Double ugh [email protected] For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Bhubaneswar | Published: September 17 2009 6:40 pm Related News The Orissa government on Thursday pulled up ArcelorMittalfor “not making any investment” so far in its proposed 12mtpa greenfield steel plant at Keonjharquestioned its “actual intentions” Orissa’s Steel and Mines Minister Raghunath Mohanty and two senior bureaucrats asked ArcelorMittal’s project chief in India Sanak Mishra these questions at the first review meeting of implementation of mega projects in the state “Media report says you are going slow on Orissa project and you have not denied it” Mohanty asked Mishrawho said ArcelorMittal was committed to its Orissa project The company which had signed MoU with the state government to set up the mega steel plant in December 2006at an investment of Rs 40000 crorehad given direct employment to only 12 persons Denying report that ArcelorMittal had not made any investmentMishra claimed that the firm had already deposited Rs 25 crore with the government for land acquisition related activities and held gram sabhas in eight of the 15 would be affected villages in Keonjar While the state government expressed its “displeasure” over the number of employment given to local peopleMishra said they had a “strong” R&R policy and would provide jobs to many people once activities began at the field For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Published: November 6 2016 7:37 pm ‘Eating in alignment with the body’s circadian clock by eating earlier in the day can positively influence health’ (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News Eating a very early dinner or even skipping it may help you lose weight a new study has found The first human test of early time-restricted (eTRF) feeding found that meal-timing strategy reduced swings in hunger and altered fat and carbohydrate burning patterns which may help with losing weight In eTRF people eat their last meal by the mid-afternoon and do not eat again until breakfast the next morning “Eating only during a much smaller window of time than people are typically used to may help with weight loss” said Courtney Peterson researcher at Pennington Biomedical Research Centre in the US “We found that eating between 8 am and 2 pm followed by an 18-hour daily fast kept appetite levels more even throughout the day in comparison to eating between 8 am and 8 pm which is what the median American does” said Peterson This new research suggests that eating a very early dinner or even skipping dinner may have some benefits for losing weight The body has a internal clock and many aspects of metabolism are at their optimal functioning in the morning Therefore eating in alignment with the body’s circadian clock by eating earlier in the day can positively influence health and this new study of eTRF shows that this also applies to metabolism This first test of eTRF in humans follows rodent studies of this approach to weight loss which previously found that eTRF reduced fat mass and decreased the risk of chronic diseases in rodents To conduct their study researchers followed 11 men and women with excess weight over four days of eating between 8am and 2pm (eTRF) and four days of eating between 8am and 8pm (average feeding for Americans) The researchers then tested the impact of eTRF on calories burned fat burned and appetite To eliminate subjectivity the researchers had all participants try both eating schedules eat the same number of calories both times and complete rigorous testing under supervision They found that although eTRF did not affect how many calories participants burned it reduced daily hunger swings and increased fat burning during several hours at night It also improved metabolic flexibility which is the body’s ability to switch between burning carbs and fats Whether eTRF helps with weight loss or improves other aspects of health is still unknown For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kanpur | Published: July 8 2009 3:19 am Related News The announcement by Union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee in his Budget to bring lawyers within the service tax net has met with opposition from advocates in Kanpur Lawyers under the aegis of Kanpur Bar Association (KBA) held a one-day symbolic strike on Tuesdayparalysing work at Kanpur district and dehat courts Indeevar BajpaiKBA General Secretarysaid: It is a shocking move by the Union government As advocates we serve the peoplebut cannot force them to pay our fees? 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