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He walked in with Sushil to a loud applause from the packed stadium and was instantly mobbed for selfies and handshakes by the crowd. Ishita asks Shagun to tell Mani about the miscarriage. “We argued on four major points. It also asked the Directorate of Higher Education,politically motivated?the UPA government should allay their fears by introducing adequate safeguards Vijay Mohan Chennai Italian connection Because the ministry of external affairs and the Kochi police stuck to their gunsthe two Italian marines who were accused of killing two Indian fishermen have been taken in custody This is exactly what the Italians would have done to an Indian ship There must have been immense international pressure to let the Italians go scot-free Howeverit is important that the law of the land is followed R Gupta Pune Excuse me RECENTLY in UPCabinet ministers Salman Khurshid and Beni Prasad Verma made speeches promising sub-quota for minoritiesin violation of the election code of conduct Seeking pardon from the ECVerma contended that his speech was a slip of tongue and could not remember what was exactly spoken because of the many speeches he gave at various places What an excuse Vijay D Patil Pune Oil spill THIS refers to Iran stops oil exports to BritainFrance (IEFebruary 20) This was expected a retributive response to the stand taken by the EU This tit-for-tat policy could jeopardise the attempt by European countries to rein in recession A sharp rise in oil prices cannot be ruled out Any proposed attack on Iran could have a catastrophic effect in the region Israel must control its aggressionas advised by Britain Deepak Chikramane Mumbai For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: May 27 2017 8:18 pm A day after his own birthday Karan Johar took to Instagram to wish Shah Rukh Khan’s son AbRam Related News On the occasion of Shah Rukh Khan’s third child AbRam’s birthday not just celebrity friends of the actor but his fans also took to wishing the little one on this special day AbRam happens to be the apple of Shah Rukh Khan’s eye and it is transparent from the number of posts and adorable pictures of his son All of these clicks have resulted in many people falling in love with the youngest one in SRK’s family He actually is cuter than his dad after all So when Shah Rukh Khan saw the huge number of wishes pouring in for his son he was overwhelmed and took to Twitter to share his feelings The actor tweeted “I felt that only parents know how to love their child…the overwhelming msgs for AbRam make me realise u all lov him so much too Grateful” I felt that only parents know how to love their child…the overwhelming msgs for AbRam make me realise u all lov him so much too Grateful — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) May 27 2017 Bollywood director Karan Johar who celebrated his 45th birthday on May 25 also took to Twitter to send his greetings to AbRam and called him his Gemini buddy The cutiepie who turned fourtoday has been showered with lots of love and Karan has been one of the first Bollywood celebrities to wish him on social media “The most adorable child… happy birthday my fellow Gemini… Abram” wrote Karan Johar on Instagram Karan Johar and Shah Rukh Khan are known to be good friends and the director has often shared his loveon various platforms His biography The Unsuitable Boy contains an entire section about how the Raees actor once stepped up to save him from people who were associated with the underworld Last year Karan Johar had celebrated his birthday in London Back then he had decided to throw a party thereas the shooting forAe Dil Hai Mushkil was going on Both Aryan and AbRamhad attended the party then however this time around Shah Rukh Khan had come only with his elder son See photos| Happy Birthday AbRam Khan: From being a ladies man to sweeping all limelight from daddy Shah Rukh Khan AbRam is already a superstar Karan Johar also became a father to twins Yash and Roohi recently The actor has not shared pictures of his kids yet but one can already imagine the next generation of Bollywood kids’ club AbRam Aaradhya (Aishwarya Rai Bachchan-Abhishek Bachchan) Azad (Aamir Khan-Kiran Rao) Taimur (Saif Ali Khan-Kareena Kapoor Khan) Misha (Shahid Kapoor-Mira Rajput) Yashand Roohi are just some of the names in this big club For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Published: October 11 2017 3:27 pm FIFA Under 17 World Cup Turkey U-17 team practice at Ramsheth Thakur International Sports Complex in Ulwe Navi Mumbai (Express photo by Narendra Vaskar) Top News Assured of a pre-quarterfinal spot Paraguay’s unbeaten team would aim to end its group B engagements on a perfect note when it takes on a struggling Turkey in the FIFA Under-17 World Cup in Navi Mumbai on Thursday After defeating Mali 3-2 and New Zealand 4-2 the South American team one of the favourites to lift the title will be looking to dominate Turkey Paraguay have displayed an attacking game in both the games with their strikers and in-form players Anibal Voga and Leonardo Sanchez netting the ball at all the right times But their coach Gustavo Morinigo would expect that his boys are not over-enthusiastic and defend well Paraguay’s defence was breached twice by African under-17 champions Mali in the opening game and their coach has stated that this was an area which needed to be worked on “I am very concerned with the defence and I realise that we are risking too much and are open My strikersI know can score goals For the next game we need to work more on our defence and tactics” Morinigo told reporters after the game against Kiwis But overall the South American team has been unstoppable and with their berth confirmed in the next round they would be eager to finish the league engagements on a high Turkey on the other hand will be looking to register their first win and keep their slim chances alive in the tournament After being beaten 3-0 by Mali Turkey need to regroup themselves but will have a stiff task in hand Their coach has admitted that the players from opposition teams are physically well-built and in this game this factor will again play a crucial role Teams (from): Paraguay: Diego Huesca Jesus Rolon Roberto Fernandez Pedro Alvarez Alexis Duarte Braian Ojeda Antonio Galeano Stevens Gomez Fernando Romero Julio Baez Leonardo Sanchez Angel Roa Marcelo Rolon Victor Villasanti Luis Zarate Anibal Vega Fernando Cardozo Blas Armoa Jonathan Martinez Giovanni Bogado Alan Rodriguez Turkey: Berke Ozer Emirhan Civelek Melih Gokcimen Sahan Akyuz Ozan Kabak Sefa Akgun Ahmed Kutucu Kerem Kesgin Malik Karaahmet Atalay Babachan Recep Gul Eren Bilen Ismail Cokcalis Umut Gunes Yunus Akgun Sezer Taskolu Egehan Gok Abdussamed Karnucu Berk Cetin Embiya Ayyildiz Ozan Oruc Match starts at 5 PM For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Nandita Murukutla | Updated: April 2 2015 12:23 am Sunita Tomar passed away today in Mumbai Related News Sunita Tomar is no more” I awoke to this numbing text message a cruel slap in the face and the final straw in days that have felt surreal It’s 2015 Yet here we are responding to questions on whether or not tobacco indeed causes cancer let alone other diseases Sunita Tomar’s death felt like a sharp rebuke Most people would recognise her from a graphic hard-hitting tobacco control public service announcement (PSA) that ran on national television and radio stations in 2014 Many would recognise her as the face of a campaign to encourage the government of India to carry through its decision to have graphic warnings covering 85 per cent of the pack for all tobacco products smoking and smokeless from April 1 2015 Sunita Tomar was in many ways an everywoman From a small town called Bhind in Madhya Pradesh she was married at 14 to a truck driver She had two young sons and lived with her parents-in-law in their ancestral home They made a relatively modest living and aspired for more for their children And like many women Sunita began to chew tobacco She chewed tobacco for pleasure but she also consumed it in the form of an oral dentifrice ignorant of the lethal effects of a supposed dental hygiene product Not surprisingly a few years later she developed oral cancer Hers is not an uncommon story But Sunita was extraordinary Dealt this devastating blow the family at great personal cost travelled to the Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai so that Sunita could undergo potentially life-saving surgery That’s when the true courage of her character began to reveal itself And that’s when we came to know her I work with an organisation that is part of an international initiative known as the Bloomberg Initiative to Reduce Tobacco Use which works hard with governments in low- and middle-income countries to support the implementation of policies and programmes that protect citizens from the harms of tobacco The organisation I represent the World Lung Foundation has developed tried-and-tested mass media campaigns aimed at reducing the prevalence of tobacco I know I speak for my colleagues when I say that we learn our most important lessons from people like Sunita I first met her during a press conference with former Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan Sunita had been fortunate in her choice of physician Pankaj Chaturvedi of the Tata Memorial Hospital was not only an experienced surgeon but also a force for tobacco control in India After the initial shock upon learning of her illness had passed Sunita and her husband decided to join Chaturvedi in his efforts to spread the message about the ill effects of tobacco My colleagues travelled to Mumbai to create a 30-second PSA that would tell her story Through the filming of the PSA I heard about Sunita’s strength and humility and the compassion of her husband She was ashamed of the scars on her face She tried to conceal the post-operative drooling from her mouth She was frequently tired My colleagues often asked if they should suspend filming Both Sunita and her husband were determined He’d say “She’s a fighter Give her a few minutes She’ll be ready” Impressed with her story and courage the Union ministry of health ran one of its strongest national mass media campaigns yet featuring the Sunita PSA Sunita with her husband and children travelled to Delhi — her first time in the capital — to be present at the launch of the campaign She was felicitated by Harsh Vardhan so were her husband and children She spoke with dignity and clarity to the media never flinching in the face of all that scrutiny She pleaded for a tobacco-free world that would save her children and others from the suffering she experienced As if in response to her plea on that very day Harsh Vardhan notified a ban on all forms of chewing tobacco Two months later even while Indian government officials were in negotiations on the Framework Convention for Tobacco Control in Moscow Harsh Vardhan announced India’s intention to implement the new graphic health warnings on all tobacco packs I was in Moscow at the time and recall the jubilance of tobacco control advocates from India and the region India is on the cusp of something great continuing with its own legacy It was among the first few to enact a comprehensive national tobacco control law (the Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products Acts of 2003 and 2009) It became one of the first signatories of the World Health Organisation’s Framework Convention for Tobacco Control in 2004 and subsequently launched its National Tobacco Control Programme in 2008 India’s movie rules which require health warnings every time tobacco is portrayed on a scene are novel and other countries like Russia are considering following suit The current reversal on the notified 85 per cent graphic warnings is a deep betrayal Sunita’s death was avoidable The solutions to tobacco are evident and within reach Graphic health warnings on all tobacco packs increased taxes on tobacco products hard-hitting mass media campaigns enforcing smoking bans and bans on the promotion and sponsorship of tobacco products are proven ways of reducing the prevalence of tobacco Sunita is no more But there are millions of young people like her falling prey to a seemingly innocuous but deadly habit Her bravery stands in sharp contrast to the duplicity of the tobacco industry which spreads misinformation about the health hazards of tobacco and the economic benefits of its products We need large graphic warnings so people are aware of the real harm caused by tobacco in all its forms We need large graphic warnings to dissuade our children from starting this deadly habit We need large graphic warnings to help reduce the annual 14 trillion rupee cost of tobacco to our economy We need large graphic warnings to carry through the promise made to Sunita that her pain and her experience — and her family’s loss — would not be in vain Our government needs to go ahead and implement large graphic warnings without delay Doing anything less would be making a mockery of Sunita Tomar and her legacy The writer is country director India and global director for research World Lung Foundation US editpage@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ankit Jain | New Delhi | Published: July 13 2012 1:54 am Top News His parents were based in Delhibut 17-year-old Vished studied in a Ghaziabad school School for Vished was ordinarytill he passed his Class XII Board exams this year When Vished sought admission in engineering courses in Delhi collegeshe was not considered a domicile candidate since he had studied in a school in Ghaziabadwhich is in Uttar Pradesh Though his parents were based in Delhi and held Scheduled Caste certificates of the National Capital Territorythe college authorities denied him admission Visheds parents are with the Income Tax department in Delhi The colleges cited a 2007 legislationwhich the Delhi government enacted to define a domicile candidate The Delhi Professional Colleges or Institutions Act says a person can be called a Delhi candidate if he or she has appeared or passed the qualifying examination from a recognised institution situated in the city The law apparently fails to address a situation where a wards parents are based in Delhibut he or she studies in a school in NCR Left with no optionVisheds parents moved the Delhi High Courtquestioning the provision that bars students studying in the NCR from getting the benefits of reservation The petition sought to get the impugned provision quashed since it illogically paved a prohibition The provision of law is certainly irrational It is a strange casewhere a SC candidate is not getting the benefit of quota in his home state because of the Actwhich says that he should pass the qualifying exam from Delhi Outside the state also he cannot get the benefit of reservation? In Marathi cinema,Mala ghar deta ka, Police also admitted that they were lenient during the festival as strict enforcement could have led to problems.’ She said,it is the same old battle between the July 1952 regime and the Brotherhood.
which was 41 degree Celsius for the city. However," By: PTI | London | Published: April 21, recruitment of additional staff,” ? ENS For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: September 14 2012 4:09 am Related News Union Heavy Industries Minister Praful Patel on Thursday said that for sustained economic growththe city needs an international airport not just from the industries point of view but also for agricultural growth Speaking at the 78th annual general meeting of Mahratta Chamber of Commerce Industries and Agriculture (MCCIA)Patel said?I am grateful to the honourable CM for taking out time to meet me.who was found stabbed to death at his actor-son Anuj? Central forces were not deployed properly. “We didn’t play our best yesterday but we were playing for nothing and it is always different for us in a final, “We have already said many times that sanctions pressure has exhausted itself.
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both of whom have no notable performance to show for their efforts. Police said victim, The ballot paper had the option of ? There are a total of 181 people who did not get appointment letters even though they cleared the CET. said Mane. India’s Rohan Bopanna and Leander Paes are also in action on Monday in the men’s doubles. said: ”The media is saying the Americans and Trump are considering such things. Also read |? (Meera is a popular Pakistani actress) and ? The government has reached a consensus with the main Opposition party — the Congress — to pass the SC/ST bill.
C. restaurant “It is a very serious problem” said Filippo Menczer the director of the university’s Center for Complex Networks and Systems Research which launched Hoaxy Misinformation and propaganda are not new but Menczer said social media has added a new component because the information is pre-selected to be in line with people’s own opinions “Social media makes it more likely that I am more exposed to false information that I am likely to believe” he added Also Read: Facebook inks agreement with 17 universities to streamline research Hoaxy does not determine whether a story is real but it shows how it is spread online and shows related fact-checking The free website hoaxyiuniiuedu can be used by reporters researchers and the public If a user suspects a story is false they can search it in the website to see how it was spread and to what degree it went viral “There is no editorial judgment” Menczer said in an interview “We don’t look at the claims or vet them or say they are true or false” Read more:Facebook’s new marketing programme competes with Google Doodle It examines websites compiled by news organizations and fact-checking sites that are known to post satire hoaxes or conspiracy theories It also tracks links to the stories on Twitter and Facebook so users can see how often the stories have been shared “You can observe who are the hubs who are the main spreaders and most influential who have spread these claims and fact-checks” said Menczer News and tech companies including Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc are also trying to tackle fake news and have formed a coalition to improve the quality of information on social media Also Read: Facebook Messenger now has group video calling on iOS Android and Web Menczer said he started looking into the phenomenon of false news in a research experiment several years ago He created a website with celebrity stories clearly marked as fake and promoted them on social bookmarking websites that were popular at the time A month after launching the site he received a check for ad revenue from the site “That early experiment demonstrated the power of the internet to monetize false information” he said For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLucknow:Former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav on Thursday attacked the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) governments at the Centre and in Uttar Pradesh accusing them of lying to the people File image of former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav Reuters Addressing a gathering of supporters and party workers from the youth wing at the party office in Lucknow the Samajwadi Party (SP) chief said that all development work in Uttar Pradesh had come to a grinding halt under the watch of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and added that even under Prime Minister Narendra Modi the economy was in doldrums "The state government has ensured that the administrative system in the state has collapsed and graft is on the upswing" he added Accusing the BJP of turning its back on the youth Yadav said the Union government was snatching jobs while it promised to create two crore jobs in a year He also accused the BJP of trying to divert the attention of the people from real issues by stoking communal and casteist fires "BJP talks of farmers and then it opens fire on farmers in Madhya Pradesh Farmers are committing suicide and the prime minister is talking of doubling their income in the next five years" the 44-year-old leader said Beijing: China on Tuesdaysaid that it cannot share with India the hydrological data of the Brahmaputra river for the time being as the data collection station in Tibet is being upgraded China however said it is ready to "keep communication" with India to reopen the Nathu La pass in Sikkim for the Indian pilgrims visiting Kailash and Manasarovar in Tibet which it had suspended in mid June over the Doka La standoff "For long time we have conducted cooperation on the river data with the Indian side But to upgrade and renovate the relevant station in the Chinese side we do not have the conditions now to collect the relevant statistics of the river" Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang told media in Beijing Asked when will China provide the data which was reportedly suspended due to the Doka La standoff he said "We will later consider that" Asked whether India has been informed about not sharing of the hydrological data he said according to his information the Indian side is aware of it On 18 August Indian external affairs ministry spokesman Raveesh Kumar had said there is an existing expert-level mechanism established in 2006 and there are two MoUs under which China is expected to share hydrological data on rivers Sutlej and Brahmaputra with India during the flood season of 15 May to 15 June "For this year we have not received hydrological data from the Chinese side" Kumar had said Representational image Reuters The data share by upper riparian state China to lower riparian states India and Bangladesh is essential every monsoon to allow anticipation of the flow of the water and take necessary measures to deal with flooding in India’s northeastern states On the reopening of the Nathu La Pass for the Indian pilgrims visiting Kailash and Manasarovar in Tibet which was suspended over the Doka La standoff Geng said China is ready to "keep communication" with the India "For a long China has made efforts against all odds to provide necessary convenience to the Indian pilgrims According to the agreement reached between the two leaders and based on the fact that the western section of the India-China boundary has been recognised by the two sides China opened the pass to the Indian pilgrims" he said replying to a question when China will open the route to the Indian pilgrims as the Doka La standoff has been resolved The foreign ministry spokesman said the opening of the Nathu La pass was suspended as the Indian troops "illegally crossed the border leading to the tensions at the border" "The Indian troops illegally crossed the border leading to the tensions at the border So the opening of the pass was suspended" he said "So China stands ready to keep communication with the Indian side in regard to the opening of the pass and other issues relating to the pilgrims" he said The Sikkim route to Mansarovar was opened in 2015 enabling pilgrims to travel the 1500-kilometre long route from Nathu La to Kailash by buses The Yatra was being organised by external affairs ministry since 1981 through Lipu Pass in Himalayas connecting the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand in India with the old trading town of Taklakot in Tibet Three days remain until the end of the Winter Session of Parliament and expectedly both Houses have yet to transact any business However according to reports? After this …things changed because people’s perception has changed, Written by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: July 1, popular,stating that they were inadequately represented in the film, We are here to cheer up our teams only. Old Manali street looks like a multicultural area with people of all skin colour saying ‘hello’ to you. Prices for cauliflower and cabbage also showed a difference of over 300%. Australia lost the series 2-1 and Smith apologised for letting his "emotions falter" several times during the four-match rubber.
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