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I wanted to go out and play like other children. Priced at Rs 1,s right, 36, Grand Slams drift into the unknown only when the two living legends exit.explore new technologies and ideas. I hope more such exhibitions will be organised in Ludhiana. An array of products like machineshydraulic and pneumatic systemsplasticpackagingelectrical and electronic itemspumps and valvesautomation systemsmaterial handling equipmentinstrumentation and control equipmentchemical plant and machinerypharmaceutical machineryautomotive components are on display at the expo For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Dehradun | Published: August 9 2009 2:53 pm Related News Six more bodies were recovered from the debris on Sundaytaking the toll in the cloudburst that triggered a massive landslide in three villages of Pithoragarh district to 21 “We have so far recovered 21 bodies from under the debris” District Magistrate of Pithoragarh Naryan Singh Negi said He said search operation by personnel of district administrationITBP and SSB are in full swing to find out another 22 missing people from villages of LahJhakla and Bedu Mehar of Munsyari tehsil that were badly hit by the landslides Howeverchances of survival of thosewho are still trapped in debris are bleakNegi saidadding some of the bodies were recovered at 10 kms distance from the place where the tragedy struck Uttarakhand Chief Minister Ramesh Pokhariyal Nishankwho visited the affected areashas announced an ex-gratia of Rs one lakh to each of the next of kin of the deceased He also asked the District Magistrate to immediately identify the landslides-prone areas and evacuate the people to safer areas Nishank also directed the district administration to get ready to deal with the possible outbreak of disease as many animals had died in the disaster Rajya Sabha MP Bhagat Singh Koshiyari and state BJP President Bachi Singh Rawat also visited the affected area today and assured the people that the government is with them in the hour of crisis For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PREETI DAS | Ahmedabad | Updated: October 12 2017 6:49 am In South Asia overall the average prevalence is 203% in girls and 286% in boys contrasting with an average prevalence of less than 1% in other regions (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News India has among the largest shares of underweight children and teenagers while at the other end it is part of a trend that has seen the number of obese under-20s worldwide rising tenfold in 10 years A new study in The Lancet which looked at BMI (body mass index) trends in 200 countries from 1975-2016 found that the number of obese girls in age group 5-19 has risen from 5 million to 50 million in 40 years and that of boys from 6 million to 74 million In India the prevalence of obesity is between 1-2 % The prevalence of mild to severe underweight under-20s in India is 227% among girls and 307% among boys In South Asia overall the average prevalence is 203% in girls and 286% in boys contrasting with an average prevalence of less than 1% in other regions “The dual burden of overweight and obesity and underweight population in the country is massive and it is high time one looked at dealing with both The Lancet report has taken into account a lot of government data but I must point out that for India the data is till 2014” Dr Tapasvi Punwar of Indian Institute of Public Health Gandhinagar “According to the National Family Health Survey Data the proportion of obese men in India until 2006 was 93 % and by 2016 it had doubled and reached 186% Among women in 2006 it was 126% and by 2016 207 % were overweight and obese The Lancet study is one the biggest and points to a problem we have to address immediately” The study found the global average BMI of children and adolescents has increased by 17 for boys and 13 for girls over the last four decades Released on World Obesity Day on October 11 it pooled 2416 population-based studies with measurements of height and weight on 1289 million participants aged 5 and older including 315 million aged 5-19 “It is time our public health systems considered both these indicators seriously… You do not see people in India taking this seriously In many countries obesity is considered a disease In India we have programmes that deal with diabetes or heart disease The larger issue is not acknowledged by the public health system” said Dr Banshi Saboo diabetologist who has contributed to a previous Lancet study The largest increase in obese children and adolescents has been in East Asia China and India have seen rates “balloon” in recent years suggest the study The researchers say that if current world trends continue “obese” will soon be more common than “underweight” “I am not too sure if the problem of underweight will be solved in India soon We still report an alarming number of stunted children It is a very tricky issue The middle class and upper middle class in India have fewer children and tend to overfeed them under the pretext of pampering As per the Lancet study the percentage is between 1-2 in India but these will increase as social structures are changing in India” said Dr Leela Visaria public health expert and former director of Gujarat Institute of Development Research “We are trying to tackle undernourishment and malnourishment through our Integrated Child Development Services programmes by trying to make sure they get proper nutrients in their midday meals But there has to be some sense of understanding inculcated in parents and the public health system has to take both issues seriously For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: October 28 2010 1:49 pm Related News Actor-director Ananth Mahadevanwhose Marathi film ‘Mee Sindhutai Sapkal’ is going placesis flattered by comparisons of his biopic with Stephen Spielberg’s ‘Color Purple’ Based on the true story of Sindhutai Sapkalwho rewrites her destiny after being ostracized by her husbandthe film won British hearts earlier this month at its world premiere at the London Film Festival as it was the only Indian movie to have three shows — all houseful — in as many days at the event “London is a tough cookie and we were warned that the Europeans had plenty of choice and were notorious for walk-outs mid way So I was overwhelmed when the seats for three premiere screenings (unprecedented in the festival) were sold out in advance” says Mahadevan “It was disappointing not to see any Indians but the Europeans savoured the film and heaped tons of praise that moved me and also made me determined to stick to cinema that was discerning and pure” said Mahadevan “The Q&A sessions were a revelation and it was great to see them connect with an alien culture thanks to the universality of the subject Cary Sawhneyjuror and selector likened the film to Spielberg’s ‘Color Purple’which was indeed flattering” Mahadevan feels that because of its humanitarian themethe film speaks a global language and has succeeded in going beyond the parameters of a Marathi film “If the reaction of the stiff lipped Englishmen is any indicationthen I expect the film to touch chords all over the world” On October 30the film will have a US premiere with a screening at the South Asian International Film Festival in New York It is also in the race for the Asia Pacific Awards in Australia The Mumbai-based Asian Eye Festival will also screen it in competition Besidesthe film is in the Panorama section of the International Film Festival of India at Goa The film releases in India on November 12 “It started out as a film that I wanted to make at any cost I considered myself lucky to get a producerafter all which Marathi film producer would place a wager on a south Indian to make a biopic on a Maharashtrian lady” Mahadevan says about how he started on the project “But (producers) Sachin and Bindiya Khanolkar’s passion drove the film and we ended up with a much better product than we had envisaged The true potential of it hit us when the very first screening for the 40th anniversary of Prabhat Chitra Mandal members had veterans like Kiran Shantaram speechless and choked with emotion And slowly it ballooned into international acclaim” Born into a poorcattle-grazing family in Wardha in MaharashtraSindhutai was married at 12 to a 30-year-old manbut abandoned by her husband and her own familyfollowing false accusations of infidelity About to commit suicideshe notices a tree whichthough axedstill gives shelter Movedshe sets out on a journey towards dignitysetting up five orphanages for abandoned children eventually ending up in San Jose in the US to give fund-raising speeches When her ageing husband turns up at the orphanageshe graciously ‘adopts’ him The film’s deep humanism in the face of injustice and humiliation gives it a universal resonance According to Mahadevancasting is the most difficult exercise in a real story EventuallyTejaswini Pandit was chosen to play the title role and her motherveteran actor Jyoti Chandekaris the elderly Sindhutai This year’s National Award winning actor Upendra Limaye play her brutish husband Mahadevan says Sindhutai never did anything for recognition “Hers was a sub-conscious rebellion that began at grass-root level and went on to becoming a mission for her and a life-changing experience for others The film has certainly made the society and the world at large more aware of her” He is all praises for Tejaswinidescribing her performance as a “gamut of emotions that is marvellously underplayed” “She goes from a shattered girl to a woman who picks up the pieces of her life to stage an incredible comeback It’s inspirationalamazing and most important…true” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Los Angeles | Published: February 28 2013 10:42 am Top News Tony Mendezthe former CIA agent whose real-life story has been adapted by Ben Affleck in ‘Argo’is happy that the film has won an Oscar this year The retired CIA technical operations officer made his first comment on the film’s victory at the Academy Awards during an interview with Piers Morgan on Tuesdayreported Aceshowbiz “It was beyond belief” Mendezwho is now 73-years-olddescribed his feeling upon hearing the results on Sunday “It was an emotional reactionit was amazing Nothing I ever did in the service was as scary as that moment But it also had the high as well as the low” Mendez was the one who penned the book’Argo: How the CIA and Hollywood Pulled off the Most Audacious Rescue in History’which tells the story of the life-or-death covert operation to rescue six Americansand unfolds behind the scenes of the Iran hostage crisis-the truth of which was unknown by the public for decades For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top News The BJP is against a leisure tour…unless and until we tour and pick up ideas from successful projects, Ahead of the wedding, Raghu and Balraj join Salman on the stage and pokes fun at the contestants of the show.

9:16 pm:? comes the sound of quiet humming that fills the stage with a sense of desolation. sharpened his sense of the play, Jain said. download Indian Express App ? said he received a call from an Army officer at a local camp on April 12. I pleaded with police to leave because the situation was getting out of control. (Source: AP photo) Top News Four people were killed and one went missing on Sunday as incessant rains for the last two days threw normal life out of gear across Jammu region. Of the four,two people were killed when their Srinagar-bound Scorpio skidded off the road and fell into a deep gorge at Sher Bibi Identifying the deceased as Ghulam Mohammad Drabu of Banihal and Showkat Ahmed of Dooru (Anantnag) sources said that search for the missing persons wasin progress Meanwhile Fatay Chand 85 was killed in house collapse at Parlahadpur while a woman Darshana Devi 38 died after she was hit by landslides in Parmandal area Three people were injured in house collapse at Jakhed in Kathua district With this the number of people killed in landslides and accidents during rains has risen to nine as five Vaishnodevi pilgrims had died and nine others injured after the collapse of a shelter shed along the yatra track near Adh Kuwari on Saturday morning The tragedy struck when landslides hit the shelter shed The Jammu-Srinagar national highway remained closed for most part of the day since 3 am Sunday due to landslides However one way traffic was restored in the evening as Border Roads Organisation personnel were busy clearing landslides at Kheri near Udhampur The Doda-Kishtwar road which was closed due to landslides was also restored in the evening However vehicles on both the Jammu-Srinagar and Batote-Doda-Kishtwar highways was moving at snail’s pace as both the roads had become slippery at various places Various link roads in Udhampur Reasi Doda and Kathua districts were blocked due to landslides triggered by rains Meanwhile flood alert was sounded in low lying areas at various places In Jammu Chenab was flowing just at 33 ft gauge just 2 ft short of danger mark while Tawi was flowing at 13 ft Two employees of Public Health Engineering Department were rescued by State Disaster Relief Force (SDRF) personnel after they got caught in flash floods in a nullah in Billawar Nearly 70 people belonging to Gujjar community at Katyal village in R S Pura tehsil were rescued by civil administration and local police after their locality got marooned in flood waters from Tawi For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 24 2017 4:31 am Top News A FEW months after denying a welcome to Canadian Defence Minister (of Punjabi origin) Harjit Singh Sajjan Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh Monday lashed out at Canada’s NDP leader Jagmeet Singh’s remarks on ‘self-determination’ for Punjab saying he (Jagmeet) was “obviously totally disconnected from the ground realities in India where Sikhs hold a place of pride with their excellent achievements in every field” In a statement issued by the CM’s office Amarinder was stated to have accused Jagmeet of trying to destabilise Punjab by creating strife with his “ill-conceived and confrontational remarks” The CM also urged Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to ensure that his country’s soil was not used for such treacherous assaults on India’s integrity and security The statement said “Jagmeet’s statement that he considers self-determination to be a “basic right” in places such as Punjab Catalonia or Quebec was clearly designed to spread trouble in Punjab” adding that Amarinder’s government would not allow any such attempt to succeed At a time when Punjab was working on a holistic development and revival agenda Jagmeet was trying to whip up negative passions among the Sikh community the Chief Minister was quoted as saying adding that the newly-elected NDP leader would not succeed in his nefarious designs as the people of Punjab wanted peace and stability While expressing a sense of pride at the contribution of the Sikh community worldwide the CM was quoted as saying that Sikhs were known for their extraordinary accomplishments and for bringing accolades not only to India but to whichever country they were settled in “A handful of destructive elements could not undermine the achievements of the Sikhs” he was quoted as saying The statement said Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) had failed to trigger unrest in Punjab through its recent “Khalistan 2020 Referendum and Jagmeet had echoed it with his statement on self-determination For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sandip G | Nagpur | Updated: November 27 2017 7:41 am Rohit Sharma scored his first Test century in four years (Source: PTI) Related News There are several threads that bind Rohit Sharma with Nagpur He was born in Nagpur’s tiny suburb of Bansode so inconspicuous that it doesn’t show on maps Neither has it a wiki entry Rohit’s own recollections of the place are sketchy His father who worked in a transport company packed his son to Mumbai where his aunt lived so that he would get better education Several years later the city was designed to witness another birth of his—as a Test player It ended in heartbreak as he was injured playing football on the morning of the match against South Africa It took 30-odd months for that scar to heal when he finally made his Test debut but it still rankles him at times “It’s the biggest disappointment of my career something which I try to forget” he says But something which keeps haunting him again and which has made him a reluctant footballer during practice sessions In October this year he made another trip to Nagpur He returned with a glorious 125 against Australia A month later he added another entry to his Nagpur diary of highs and heartbreaks—a career-liberating hundred one after a depressing wait of 34 innings 19 Tests and 48 months a period his long-form credentials were ripped open and autopsied several times when he himself thought his long-form career has hit a roadblock aggravated by a thigh injury “To be honest I was scared” he admitted “It was tough sitting in the hotel room and watching the team play” he adds Tougher would have been to miss out on the long home season “It felt very disappointing to miss out on a long home season I don’t think we will ever get so many Tests 13 or something together at home” he elaborates in an interview to the bcci-tv Add three Tests in the home-like climes of Sri Lanka and Rohit had reasons enough to crib he was unfortunate to get injured in the last of the three-Test series against New Zealand when he was not only looking comfortable but also destined to nail a permanent spot in the team He came back in time for the IPL and the Champions Trophy and hit his straps immediately but he was missing cricket in the whites “Missing Test cricket for 500 days was disappointing I just don’t want to speak or think about those days” he admits Then the Nagpur break—not exactly a make or break conundrum but still infused with the potential to change his career around and least keep him in the loop The circumstances he walked into bat a few overs after lunch when the Nagpur sun was at its most scorching self was unchallenging India were 410/4 the strip slothful and the Sri Lankan bowlers and fielders spiritless But still his mind might has been in an emotional whirl Not quite he says “I was not feeling any pressure yes but I was feeling a little nervous You’re making a comeback after so many months and I was sitting in the dressing watching all these guys bat” The sight of Kohli welcoming him would’ve have warmed him from inside After all the skipper is someone who not only backs him but also speak glowingly about him to the extent that “sometimes from the non-striker’s I watch like I’m a fan of him” and with whom he had stitched several huge partnerships in ODIs The method he designed too was simple “Just get going with singles and then find a few boundaries” Only that he had to flout it straightaway Dilruwan Perera extended another slice of generosity to the Indian batsmen A full-length delivery just outside the off-stump which he would have cover-driven with eyes shut The melting cover drives continued to be a feature of his century—as with most of his knocks—but he struck to the churn-and-wait-for-loose-ball template The next boundary came after 21 deliveries when the ordinariness of Perera was too tempting for him to skip down the track and ferry him over long-on It took another 28 deliveries for his next conscious boundary—there was a streaky inside edge off Suranga Lakmal a reminder of his occasional fallibility to incoming deliveries—as Rohit seemed bent on making the most of the rare opportunity This time his intention was solely to unsettle Rangana Herath at the start of his new spell In the space of five deliveries he stepped out twice to loft him once over mid-on and then over mid-wicket The feature of his lofted shots is that he judges the flight and trajectory perfectly and hits them cleanly reminiscent of old-fashioned Indian batsmen who hardly look troubled while stepping out to spinners The only time he looked laboured was when he was on 49 soaking up 11 balls for the one run that would restore his confidence After 62 balls wherein he was more enterprising but as eye-soothing he ended his century drought with another drive through cover point which could be the first step in resurrecting his Test career He would have slept with a less heavier heart than it was seven years ago The city of birth has given a rebirth For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: March 13 2016 9:42 pm Sri Sri Ravi Shankar waves to his followers during the inauguration of a massive cultural festival on the banks of the river Yamuna in New Delhi India Friday March 11 2016 (AP Photo) Related News Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi ShankarSunday said parties should not politicise events having a bearing on the country’s reputation and suggested that the media has been “harsh” in its criticism of the World Cultural Festival organised on the Yamuna flood plain He claimed that his Foundation has already received invitation from Australia Mexico and other nations for holding the next edition of the event “We need a certain maturity I don’t mind but I request all political parties whenever such a grand event is being organised party politics should be kept aside” “You should come together so that India’s prestige on the world stage rises It is not easy to organise an event of this magnitude… It is a major thing… so that people from across the world can feel connected” the spiritual guru said “People from across the world are amazed We got a letter from the Australian Prime Minister asking us to hold the event there They are ready to give all the help we need from Mexico… The countries are keen to host this event At the same time the international media is asking why the Indian press is so harsh towards this festival I smiled and said that I don’t know” he said Defending the organising of the festival on the flood plains of Yamuna he said they would work for the rejuvenation of the river Replying to a query related to his statement that he would not pay the five crore fine imposed by National Green Tribunal he said the NGT has made it clear that it was not a fine but compensation to rejuvenate the area The AOL founder said his organisation will come with up a concrete plan for conservation of Yamuna river “We had consulted a couple of environmentalists before the event and they had said there would be no damage to the flood plains if this event was held Further we will also consult some environmentalists and work on rejuvenation of Yamuna with a concrete plan of action for Yamuna” he said He said they had initially thought of holding the event in a stadium but then the idea had to be dropped because of the magnitude of the programme “Any stadium would not have been able to accommodate these many artists and people” Ravi Shankar said as the three-day cultural extravaganza ended today He said over 172dignitariesfrom across the globe had come for the event which drew intense criticism and also litigation over allegations that it damaged the ecology of Yamuna flood plains Questions were also raised on deploying army personnel for its preparation and the traffic woes due to the massive event For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News He is not alone.

when they were advertised by the Fire and Emergency Services Wing of the Municipal Corporation.then the tracks have to be house.becoming one with the crowd, Indrani, (Source: PTI/file) Related News Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday continued her attack on the Narendra Modi government.

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