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The lack of a system for faster mobilisation of health services,org.From Mumbai56325 students out of 216725 appeared for engineering CET Mumbai has scored top marks in the state merit list by giving the first four state toppers in engineering For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tanushree Roy Chowdhury | Gurgaon | Published: January 15 2010 1:17 am Related News The Millennium City of Gurgaon is ill-equipped to handle any untoward incidentespecially acts of terrorthe study by a city-based NGOCentre for Transforming Indiahas revealed The NGO conducted a month-long survey across five high density and high footfall areas Cyber GreensDLF Cyber CityUdyog ViharSector 14 marketSadar Bazar (including peripheral areas like Jacompura) and Sushant Lok Vyapar Kendra The survey revealed serious gaps and shortfall in areas of terror-inflicted disaster mitigation and management preparedness The major drawbacks highlighted in the study were lack of commitment from private buildersgovernment agencies and citizens and low investment in putting and maintaining surveillance and intrusion devices both by private builders and government agencies?” Noting that Russia is a “strategic partner” of India, during Kalluri’s tenure in Bastar,Written by Press Trust Of India | New Delhi | Published: May 4

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He’ll also prepare a couple of access routes around the base for concrete truck access.With the steep grade up to the street this may require a couple loads of gravel Truck access is important so we can avoid hiring a concrete pump to pour the footing concrete Sign up for ProHome eletters and get insider’s access to the build expert insights and special offers By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: May 8 2016 6:46 pm The doctor said it is likely that she contracted the infection due to extreme temperatures during her travels (AP/File) Related News External Affairs Minister SushmaSwaraj who is being treated for pneumonia at AIIMS here isrecovering and is likely to be discharged from the hospitalsoon “Swaraj is recovering from pneumonia and her condition isstable Her health condition is being monitored by a team ofspecialists and she is likely to be discharged soon” said asenior doctor at AIIMS Share This Article Related Article The doctor said it is likely that she contracted theinfection due to extreme temperatures during her travels The 64-year-old Union minister was admitted to AIIMS onApril 25 after she complained of chest congestion and fever?The boutique that opened its doors last week offers six designer labels besides home furnishings.s more freedom here to show experimental clothes just off the runway, says Shani The boutique offers a stunning view of the Hauz Khas Lake and is tucked behind the main marketin the same small strip as Gunpowder and Café Bistro From the edgy designs of designer duo Alpana and Neeraj of Azara to outfits by little known but prolific designer Mayank Mansingh KaulAneeth Arora of PeroAmit Aggarwal of Morphe and the chic home furnishings by New York born designer Peter DAscolithe store offers an eclectic mix for a young client Though currently the store is showcasing the winter lineplans are afoot to offer limited edition pieces that would only be available at After Hours Also check outDelhi based DAscolis pastel line of bedcovers and cushions that meld classic European with Indian decorative arts It is his first foray into the local market So farhe has been retailing in New Yorks iconic departmental storesABC Carpet & Home The prices begin at Rs 4000 upwards while DAscolis furnishings begin at Rs 1500 For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ishi Khosla | Updated: February 6 2016 5:15 pm The need to finish all that is on the plate comes from conditioned behaviour rooted in our childhood (Photo: Thinkstock) Related News Feeling guilty about wasting that morsel on your plate think again Eating over your hunger especially wanting to finish all on your plate can lead to added kilos at a huge price The need to finish all that is on the plate comes from conditioned behaviour rooted in our childhood Attitudes about food and eating inherited from our parents makes us dislike waste and ridden with guilt about hunger in poor children It drives us to eating regardless of our hunger This becomes a part of the conditioned food habit we pass down to children like heirlooms I find it such a common habit and hindrance to weight management A penny wise pound foolish approach not only leads to disruption of satiety signals but also extra calories compounding obesity The price we pay is enormous both individually and as a community Obesity comes with a huge baggage to our health economically and ecologically Obesity is a predisposing risk factor that markedly increases the risk to heart disease type 2 diabetes metabolic syndrome and hypertension People with obesity have double the risk of heart disease and stroke and more than triple the risk of diabetes compared to those who are of normal weight A weight gain of 5-10 kgs increases a person’s risk of developing type 2 diabetes to twice that of individuals who have not gained the weight The prevalence of degenerative arthritis kidney and gall bladder stones gout varicose veins chronic inflammation reduced sleep and sleep apnea increases in proportion to the degree of excess weight Obesity increases risk of some types of cancer-endometrial colon gall bladder prostate and post-menopausal breast cancer Research suggests that gaining as little as 2 kgs at the age of 50 years or later could increase the risk of breast cancer by 30 per cent Overweight and obesity increases the risk of early puberty polycystic ovaries irregular menstrual cycles infertility and complications in pregnancy like gestational diabetes and still births low levels of testosterone and breast development in boys It also increases the risk of birth defects and large babies Obesity also increases the risk to poor gastro-intestinal health irritable bowel syndrome constipation flatulence hyper-acidity and nutritional deficiencies including Iron Calcium Vitamin A and D Other complications include poor skin and hair health including acne darkening of skin hair fall dandruff brittle nails fungal infection athlete’s foot depressed immune system auto-immune disorders allergies and sinusitis poor bone health (osteoporosis / osteopenia) and easy fractures poor self-esteem anxiety depression and stress The economic burden of obesity to an individual and a nation can hardly be exaggerated Diseases related to obesity lead to loss of productivity and are a burden on healthcare systems Lost productivity due to diet-related diseases can be huge Research in the US indicates that medical bills on account of ill-health due to obesity amounted to US $ 516 billion and led to a loss of productivity of US $ 39 billion Not surprisingly obese workers are twice as likely to miss work Ecologically double size means double that carbon footprint Estimates suggest that obese contribute 1 tonne of carbon dioxide of more than an average person in a year In other words a lean population of 1 billion would emit 1000 million tonne less CO2 compared to a super-sized one Overweight people eat more use more food and are more likely to avoid public transport (let’s not even get into walking from one place to the next) making it doubly bad for the environment So do not worry about leaving a morsel on your plate when pleasantly full and better still serve yourself only as much as you will be able to finish Author is a clinical nutritionist and founder of http://s.wwwtheweightmonitorcom and Whole Foods India For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsHere’s how to create a new species Put animals—say finches—from the same species on separate islands and let them do their thing for many many generations Over time each group will adapt to its new environment and the genomes of the two populations will become so different that if you reintroduce the animals to the same habitat they can no longer breed successfully Voilà one species has become two But a new study suggests that DNA isn’t the only thing that separates species: Some populations diverge because of the microbes in their guts The paper is "important and potentially groundbreaking" says John Werren a biologist at the University of Rochester in New York "Scientists have studied speciation … for many years and this opens up a whole new aspect to it" The new work involves three different species of parasitic jewel wasps tiny insects that drill into the pupas of flies and lay their eggs letting the offspring feed on the host Two of the species Nasonia giraulti and N longicornis are closely related whereas the third species N vitripennis diverged from the other two about 1 million years ago When N giraulti and N longicornis mate in the lab most of their offspring survive but when either mates with N vitripennis almost all male larvae in the second generation die Seth Bordenstein and Robert Brucker biologists at Vanderbilt University in Nashville wondered if the reason for this mortality went beyond incompatible DNA They knew that the gut microbes in N vitripennis differed from those in the other two species and they suspected that these microbes could play a role in the offspring deaths Indeed when they raised all three species of Nasonia without gut microbes—by rearing them on sterile food—almost all the second generation offspring of matings between N vitripennis and N giraulti wasps survived And when the scientists reintroduced bacteria into the germ-free wasps most of their second-generation offspring died the duo report online today in Science Werren says that the work introduces a whole new way to look at what sets species apart Instead of just thinking about genes of the parents not meshing in hybrids he says biologists could now think about how the parents’ genes are incompatible with the offspring’s microorganisms Some parental genes could enable the immune system to keep certain gut bacteria in check for instance and without them the gut microbes might sicken the animal and kill it Bordenstein goes one step further The genes of microbes harbored by an organism are just as important for evolution as the genes in its own cells he says calling both together a "hologenome" Werren disagrees Microbes in the gut interact with the bigger organism just like other organisms in nature interact for instance predator and prey Werren says "They are not co-evolving as a single unit so why would we call them a single genome" Axel Meyer an evolutionary biologist at the University of Konstanz in Germany is skeptical about whether gut microbes have a big effect on speciation The paper is "exciting" he says "but there might be huge biological differences between species in how the microbiome [the community of microbes in an organism] is established" As a result he says it is an open question whether there will be many more examples of gut microbes separating species Werren thinks there will be "No pun intended" he says "but my gut tells me that this is going to be common"Written by ANI | New Delhi | Published: July 10 2009 12:30 pm Related News Jim Carrey is set to become a grandfatheras his daughter is pregnant The Mask stars representative confirmed to Access Hollywood that his 21-year-old daughter is expecting a baby with her lover Alex Santanathe China Daily reports I am very excited Jane is going to be a great mom? Ancient bacteria found in hunter-gatherer guts Attention paleo dieters: A new study suggests that humans who live in industrialized societies don’t have the guts to stomach a real hunter-gatherer diet. That event taught us that dealing with terror operation has to be done professionally and by Special Forces trained for such attacks, Racin said Azoulayformer head of Israels Anti-Terrorist Squad Training Centrespoke on how after the eventthe tactical training for the forces changed Racin added that the aviation attack of 1976 was another turning point with a need felt for the services of quality people that have high capabilities and undergo specialised training within a special framework. that read,section 83 and 85 of Bombay Prohibition Act for consuming liquor without licence and section 33 (R) of Bombay Police Act for playing loud music without permission. the Lok Sabha constituency of Prime Minister Narendra Modi,he said,Written by Ujjwala Nayudu | Ahmedabad | Published: October 23

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