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wrote of Salah’s decisive goal against Republic of Congo: “It touched off the volcanoes of patriotism, with commentators lavishly praising him for his skill and passion. The process of learning was no more teacher-centric but student-centric. The newly-inaugurated centre will develop research and assessment capabilities and resources for the CBSEits schools and teachers In the first yearthe centre will carry out research on the implementation of the CCE in schools and undertake a critical evaluation of CBSEs current examination and feedback system.co/Rdt5zdxLDy — BCCI (@BCCI) 4 July 2016 In another era, 2015 7:06 pm A man who had allegedly kidnapped a 16-year-old girl was beaten to death by locals of Gonda in Aligarh district in the wee hours of Monday. He said no case had been registered in connection with Atul’s lynching. For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: March 29 2013 2:10 am Related News A 21-year-old aircraftsman Ravin Kumar who has to undergo surgery urgently requires AB negative blood Interested donors can contact the Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) blood bank at 26026038 for further detailsa release issued by AFMC said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sharvari Patwa | Mumbai/thane | Published: April 5 2013 2:50 am Related News WHILE the illegality of the seven-storey building in Mumbras Sheelphata area came to light only after it collapsed Thursday eveningthe Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) was well aware of the violations done by the builder The civic administration received various complaints regarding the illegal structure and yet failed to take action A state government employeeMangal Patilposted in the ward in Sheelphata had complained to the TMC repeatedly about the illegal building that collapsed on Thursday Patil sent the first complaint in February this year when the builder had just begun the construction activity I had informed authorities including the Municipal Commissioner and the Chief Ministers Office about the illegal buildings in ward 64-Bwhich also included this building which collapsed I intimated them thrice February 7March 7 and March 18 about 100 illegal structures and also texted and faxed them the information Even after repeated complaintsthe civic officials failed to take any action?

he said. Calling his wedding anniversary and success of Dangal as reason for double celebration, Karunanidhi spoke of how it was enough to “break his heart” when Alagiri reportedly told him Stalin would not live longer than a few months. which narrates the power and strength of love. the sound and fury of the proponents of the NREGA descended upon those willing to disagree with them.By: PTI | Mumbai | Published: March 4congratulated the students.It is a budget for all. For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Swati Sharma Edited by Parmita Uniyal | New Delhi | Updated: July 15 2014 1:40 pm A group of students studying engineering from IIT-BHU in Varanasi have founded Food Fasket a home delivery service for Food across Varanasi (Source: Swati Sharma) Related News There are people who work for money to run their families Then there are those who work for themselves (heart) to follow their passions For that they tread an unconventional path which leads them to satisfaction and happiness When a group of IITians runs an online portal for delivering food another runs a toll free number to help rural masses answer their queries or a doctorate sets up a dhaba in JNU they are setting example for others by going offbeat In our four-part series we share the stories of these offbeat entrepreneurs who had the courage to break sterotypes and emerge as winners The first in the series is the story of a group of IITians who founded an online portal for delivering food narrated by Swati Sharma ‘We thought about delivering food because we were hungry’ They are a group of students studying engineering from IIT-BHU in Varanasi And they deliver food to anyone from anywhere in Varanasi All you need to do is to call them and place your order They are connected with Varanasi’s renowned eateries and local dhabas to make their services available for all While almost 25000 students and 5000 staff members of Banaras Hindu University are already their frequent customers the Fasket has moved out from university campus to render its service in entire Varanasi Almost 25000 students and 5000 staff members of Banaras Hindu University are among their frequent customers (Source: Swati Sharma) “We thought about delivering food because we were hungry During weekends the most of the students have to venture out to eat as the hostel mess is closed Going out and eating in a restaurant means spending good amount of time apart from money During exams and busy schedules it used to be a challenging task for us hungry and lazy folks” Tushar Gupta co-founder at Fasket tells Indian Express “So one day me and my friend Pankaj Agrawal decided to explore this option of delivering food in 45 minutes This is actually the maximum time we kept; we actually deliver in 15 minutes We started with IIT campus first with our services on only for weekends But over time the demands kept pouring in and we expanded the services for all seven days Now we have 4 permanent delivery boys and two freelancers who are helping us in delivering food across the city” says the proud Tushar Few other students including Shrayaskeote Amrita Singh Rishabh Jain Shivansh Gupta have also joined this team to contribute their entrepreneurship skills Tushar also told us that they didn’t charge anything from the customers All their profit comes from their business plan tied up with individual restaurants and advertisements They also keep the bills handy so that the customers get full satisfaction of their delivery “The most memorable day in our career so far is the day when Tata ranked us among 25 student startups of India We also received technical and management support from the IIT professors Technology Business Incubator (TBI) of IIT-BHU” recalls Tushar While Tushar is a native of Varanasi Pankaj belongs to Singrauli Coming from a middle class family their parents were initially apprehensive of their initiative “Our parents were against all this They also had their reasons as we cracked IIT-JEE to get into one of the prestigious engineering colleges of the country and instead of studying to secure a high profile job after BTech we were planning an offbeat career a road less taken” said Tushar “But over a period of time even they have realised the essence of our entrepreneurship and are now supporting us We feel great to be doing something different through our food basket Undertaking this task we can now see ourselves as better and confident people and standing in a crowd of people we will stand out and shine bright” signs off Tushar with dreamy eyes The second part in the series will be about agroup of students that runs a 24×7 helpline for rural people who don’t have access to internet Email author: swatisharma@expressindiacom For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Updated: September 20 2017 6:37 pm Struggling hard to lose weight even with a controlled diet (Source: Pixabaycom) Related News Struggling hard to lose weight even with a controlled diet Avoid continuous dieting and take a two-week break as this may help keep the kilos off suggests a new study According to researchers dieting altered a series of biological processes in the body which led to slower weight loss and possibly weight gain “When we reduce our energy (food) intake during dieting resting metabolism decreases to a greater extent than expected a phenomenon termed “adaptive thermogenesis” making weight loss harder to achieve” said lead author Nuala Byrne Professor at the University of Tasmania in Australia In the study published in the International Journal for Obesity the researchers investigated the body’s “famine reaction” to continued dieting and its impact on weight loss in people with obesity Two groups of participants took part in a 16-week diet while one group maintained the diet continuously for 16 weeks the other maintained the diet for two weeks then broke from the diet for two weeks Participants who took a two-week break from their dieting regimes not only lost more weight but also gained less weight after the trial finished They also maintained an average weight loss of 8 kg more than the continuous diet group “This ‘famine reaction’ a survival mechanism which helped humans to survive as a species when food supply was inconsistent in millennia past is now contributing to our growing waistlines when the food supply is readily available” Byrne added While researchers in the past had shown that as dieting continued weight loss became more difficult the latest study looked more closely at ways to lessen the famine response and improve weight loss success Moreover other popular diets which included cycles of several days of fasting and feasting were not any more effective than continuous dieting Byrne said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 24 2017 1:21 pm India will begin the three-match Test series against Sri Lanka from July 26 (Source: PTI) Related News India are all set to face Sri Lanka in first Test of the three-match series which is scheduled to begin from July 26 Indian off-spinners on Monday shared about his plans for this tour and how is he seeing his 50th Test of the career “Coming to the place where I did really well last time in 2015 is like a dream come true because I was making a comeback in the Test side at that point and I got a ten-for It brings back a lot of memories coming back to the same venue 50th Test is definitely something that’s come about I am not able to go back and re-trace it but very grateful for reaching here and every Test match is a blessing for me” Ashwin said Talking about his targets the off-spinner insisted that he is eyeing one match at a time “Looking behind I might have set some targets but I don’t think I will be setting targets looking ahead because that’s what the past has taught me You can’t get ahead of yourself The most important thing is to try and get better every single day because international cricket is really cruel and it can make you sit back if you are sitting back on your past It’s very important to go ahead and try and take one Test match at once” “Preparation time and what I wanna tick as a cricketer getting into a Test match is pretty much the same but I think general awareness as a cricketer” he added India visited Sri Lanka in 2015 for a three-match Test series and emerged victorious in it by 2-1 Since they have become a great force especially in the longer format and Ashwin did talk about the transformation “In 2015 we were in the middle of leadership take over as Virat had just taken over in Australia Then we came here after having played one Test match against Bangladesh having said that we had set a lot of goals for each other and I would say we have achieved a lot of them with flying colours over the last couple of days as a group as a team We have produced a lot of good cricketers Some young guys have come in and put their hands up and some of the other guys have excelled very well that includes me Jadeja Pujara From there on a lot of people have put their hands up and we have kind of become a very good unit Sometimes I feel good cricketers lose out in this particular team because of the quality we have in the dressing room” he said When asked about some of his special moments from his career Ashwin was quick to reply that getting the award of cricketer of the year last year something he would cherish “Being a cricketer of the year last year was an icing on the cake The 4-0 triumph over England England were a far better side than what the research showed It was kind of a boxing game every time we came out to play England It was a very closely fought series We won some of the tight moments The final Test against Australia in Bangalore It was the fourth day when we won the match after trailing 0-1 at Pune” he told “Some of the individuals have put their hands up and done exceedingly well for the team to get here” Ravid Shastri was appointed India’s head coach and this would be his first assignment with Virat’s troops after taking up the job Talking about Shastri the right-hander admitted that the former Indian captain does bring a lot of positive energy in the dressing room “We well past that moment the decision has beeen made and the decision is definitely something on which I can’t comment on Ravi bhai has been fabulous person in the dressing room Last time he was here in Galle and we lost the Test and he really picked all of us from that low point on our careers and he is someone who can have a positive influence in the dressing room We are looking forward to working together” “I would say yes because the amount of pressure that is put on not only within the team but outside external factor and this is an excellent Indian team If you see teams around the world the players do get an extended run The youngsters get extended run to play than in India and that’s simply because we do have some excellent cricketers sitting outside as well” Ashwin added When asked about how Ashwin himself has transformed he accepted that he has become a lot calmer and is looking to get better with his bowling “I am a lot more calmer I was looking to perform desperately because at times my performances need to better to get me somewhere in my career I have always lived that way I do take things in the stride Bad days are a part of cricketer’s career I think I have become a far better cricketer than what I was in 2015 when I last came here” “Getting Sangakkara here in Sri Lanka AB de Villiers in Nagpur Shaun Marsh in Sydney David Warner in Bangalore” he said Though he has scored four Test hundreds Ashwin does feel that he has a lot to offer with the willow as well “I have achieved reasonably well with the bat I do set high benchmarks for myself I would like to say that I’m low on my average I started with 42-43 but it came down to 32-33 I could have done a lot better with the tennis elbow issues It did pull me down as a Test batsman but yes the graph is back up there and I am batting pretty well” “It doesn’t mean that much to me to be honest As a cricketer I want to be excellent I just don’t want to be a surviver by an switch of my imagination If it doesn’t go my it doesn’t go my way I can do a lot in other careers in my I think I’m intelligent enough to hold on to things I will do things untill I enjoy it The day I think I can’t cope up more or I can’t be excellent on the field or can’t perform to best of my abilities I don’t think anybody needs to tell me I have a lot of pride about myself” “If you look back in these 49 Tests it has been a very enjoyable ride I had a lot of overseas tours in the initial stage of my career and it has shown me what Test cricket is all about” added Ashwin Hailing Indian women’s team performance in the final the Indian bowler said that the kind of game play the girls have put up will change the way women’s cricket is percieved in India “I really thought they will win the game The final of the World Cup was extremely intense I though the ladies put out an extra-ordinary effort but it’s quitre unfortunate it didn’t end our way It’s very difficult to put a finger but the effort has put women’s cricket right on track and it gonna change the way women’s cricket is percieved in India and that’s the way looking at the result They put in an excellent effort and it was fabulous effort from all of them” he concluded For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Rajkot | Published: May 18 2017 4:43 am Top News A farmers’ organisation on Wednesday submitted a memorandum to Kalavad mamlatdar in Jamnagar district demanding compensation to the family of a 30-year-old farmer who allegedly committed suicide on May 3 due to “crop failure and heavy debt” Led by Pravin Padaliya president of Kalavad Taluka Khedut Hit Rakshak Samiti farmers and family members of Ravirajsinh Jadeja met mamlatdar Jagdish Vasoya “Jadeja’s family does farming on a small piece of land (registered in the name of Jadeja’s father)… They depend on rain for irrigation Due to less rainfall over the last two years Jadeja’s crop had failed and consequently he had incurred debt In such circumstances he had committed suicide… There is popular demand in Kalavad taluka the government give financial assistance to his kin” stated the memorandum addressed to Agriculture Minister Chiman Shapariya The memorandum also claimed the government turned down applications by Jadeja’s family for crop insurance and other assistance as the land was in his father’s name “Son of a farmer should be considered legal heir to such land We farmers demand that Jadeja be also included in the definition of a farmer and his case be considered for compensation” added the memorandum For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi | Published: July 27 2014 1:00 am When it comes to sex education you have no choice but to get to them first Related News By Genesia Alves Children are being “educated” about sex whether you think the time is right or not Even if you block their internet and disconnect the TV a whisper from a friend the lyrics of a pop song the subtext in their history book will get to them So when it comes to sex education you have no choice but to get to them first Between Sunday school lectures and a very liberal mother I received a range of sex-talks from early on that roughly covered real (and imagined) science pedantic morality gender clichés and some drawings By the time some of our peers were sexually active (late teens) the information filtering back was realistic: unsatisfying early encounters awkwardness a lot of kindness discretion and much amusement at how true the term “bumping uglies” was But we were in the minority In my two years in a convent girls’ school in Bombay celibate Catholic nuns provided sex education As parent of a 13 year-old now I forget why I found that hilarious Instead I remember many girls always from very conservative families grasping at the opportunity to ask questions in class We were sternly warned not to laugh I remember our classmate A at 14 precocious with a pronounced “womanly” sway her school-sash much too low on her hips She asked “Is it true if a man doesn’t have sex for a very long time he gets…” she paused nervously “so desperate he will do anything ANYTHING” The nun looked up worriedly and said “No adults are supposed to be able to maturely deal with these urges” While we tittered Sister Asha offered us all the chance to speak with her privately if there was anything we didn’t want to share with the whole class Then she specifically told A she wanted to see her Turned out A had a 30-year-old boyfriend who was pressuring her to have sex with him Her parents were going to “get her married the next year anyway” I cannot clearly say how the situation was resolved because there was a complete clampdown on gossip generated from the sex-ed class Whatever the outcome personally I learned at 13 that no man had “uncontrollable” urges and that at 14 having a 30-year-old boyfriend was something adults took very seriously I also learned that I was lucky that we had an open “ask-anything” attitude at home and at school dealt with by straight-faced women who never seemed shocked or asked “Where did you learn that” or judged you While each parent will have their own special way to talk to the unique child they are helping into adulthood there seem to be a few general guidelines An open non-judgmental forum is critical Opportunities to bring up the topic casually — couples cuddling on a bench an on-screen kiss a creepy passerby — should be used Emphasise on sex being a natural urge but that consent is paramount Kids are vulnerable to their own changing bodies and hormones They should be empowered to refuse to accept or display physical affection if it makes them uncomfortable Boys need to learn to respect women Girls need to get the HPV vaccine Everyone needs to talk about homosexuality Most importantly everyone needs to be able to come home and “fact-check” about sex My children are 13 9 and 4 I am doing the best I can though I find myself having to run faster to keep up But I’m determined to get there first Genesia Alves is a writer in Mumbai 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is always on the lookout for runs, the details of the role are unknown. Karnataka government, Share This Article Related Article “Special thanks to my father and all my gurus,The reply from the is expected in the coming week, added a source For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Amritsar | Published: June 10 2012 3:27 am Related News The controversy over the construction of Operation Bluestar memorial took another turn on Saturday after the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee and a man convicted for plotting former chief ministers assassination accused the Congress of making a nefarious effort to spread unrest in Punjab?Mohan Singh was arrested from his residence on February 18 and implicated in a false case. in a recent interview reveals the real cause of Kapil Sharma’s poor health.Alastair Cook, “Mr Hickey is entitled for the world and everyone to believe he is innocent until proven guilty, ?

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