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you can always try to surpass yourself or be the best of yourself (sic) and do something else, the Daily Star quoted her as telling US talk show host Larry King We’re not trying to do the Vegas show again We’re not trying to do the Taking Chances again We’re trying toand we will have a 31-piece orchestra We’re going to sing We’re going to do great music (sic)Hollywood movie tribute” she added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Published: January 28 2012 4:29 pm Related News Director Vikram Bhatt plans to showcase his next 3D venture ‘Dangerous Ishq’ at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival to be held between May 16 and 27 If all goes well then the film’s leading lady Karisma Kapoorwho makes her comeback with the filmwill join the bandwagon of Bollywood stars to have walked the Cannes red carpet In the filmKarisma plays the role of a supermodel who gives up her career to marry the man she loves ‘Dangerous Ishq’ also stars Rajniesh DuggalJimmy Shergill and Ruslaan Mumtaz and is set to release on May 112012 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsDisputed territory A dispute between China and Japan over the ownership of a number of small islands including these two has upset scientific exchanges between the two nations National Land Image Information (Color Aerial Photographs) Ministry of Land Infrastructure Transport and Tourism (Japan) A long simmering spat between China and Japan about the sovereignty over a group of uninhabited islets in the East China Sea boiled over again last week and is—again—denting scientific cooperation Japan controls the five islets and some nearby rocks which it calls the Senkakus and China knows as the Diaoyu (Taiwan also claims what it says are the Tiaoyutai Islands) The Japanese government’s 11 September decision to purchase three of the islets from the family that has owned them for several decades has resulted in anti-Japanese demonstrations in China saber-rattling on both sides and a plea from US officials to settle the issue peacefully It is also having scientific repercussions On 15 September the China Association for Science and Technology an umbrella organization representing more than 160 professional societies posted a statement on its Web site claiming that the purchase represented "a gross violation of China’s territorial sovereignty hurt the feelings of the Chinese people and undermined bilateral relations" according to China’s Xinhua news agency The Chinese side postponed a China-Japan University Fair and Forum scheduled for later this month according to a Japanese notice posted today by the Japan Science and Technology Agency And Japanese newspapers reported that China has suspended a plan to donate a pair of crested ibises to a Japanese captive breeding program aiming to restore the rare species to its historical range through parts of the Japanese archipelago Whether more retaliatory measures are in the works remains to be seen But something similar happened 2 years ago after a collision between a Chinese fishing boat and Japanese Coast Guard vessels inflamed tensions and led China to cancel a number of high-level scientific contacts (China also restricted supplies of rare earth metals to Japan a move that alerted the world to the fact that the Chinese had a near-monopoly on materials essential to a whole range of high-tech products Subsequently Japan the United States and other countries launched programs to find alternative materials and alternative sources This time so far there are no reports of a squeeze on supplies of key materials) Two years ago the disruption of scientific contacts caused some embarrassment and consternation but did not last long according to an official at a Japanese agency involved in academic exchanges who did not have authorization to speak to the press and so asked not to be identified The source hopes the situation will calm down this time as well "This is a political issue; it shouldn’t affect scientific matters" the source says By: Tech Desk | Published: February 22 2017 5:11 pm The laptops will come in 173-inch and 156-inch screen sizes ( Source: Press photo) Related News HP on Wednesday launched its ‘OMEN’ gaming portfolio in India The launch lineup includes the OMEN gaming laptops desktop keyboard mouse mouse pad and the headset The products will be made available on the company’s site? seventh-generation Intel quad-core i7-700HQ processor and NVIDIA 1050 GeForce GTX graphic card. looks for much wider presence, This election,Written by Sagnik Chowdhury | Mumbai | Published: March 27” she says. Surprisingly,it helps to build society through continuous improvement? For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Chennai | Published: August 29 2009 10:03 am Related News Putting behind his miserya cancer-stricken 17-year-old boy is straining every sinew to help others afflicted with the disease and raise funds for research Eight months agoAkash Dube was a vivacious teenager focusing on his studies at Sharjah but then his world turned topsy-turvy after he was diagnosed with ‘acute lymphoblastic leukaemia’ The young NRIwho had been taking part in the ‘Terry Fox run’named after the Canadian athlete who died of cancerthen decided to raise funds for cancer research His only disappointment when the news was broken was that he would not be able to take part in the run to be held at Dubai “It is only when one does not have anything to do that he starts losing hope” he said “But my mind was focused on the cause of raising funds for cancer research BesidesI had the support of my familyfriends and doctor” he said Supported by his familyfriends and social workersAkash decided to conduct the ‘Terry Fox run’ in Chennai and obtained the requisite permission It is being held here for the first time and scheduled for Sunday Foxwhose leg was amputated because of bone cancerhad set off on a 5300 km run across Canadato collect funds for cancer research but he died before he could complete it His parents decided to set up a foundation in his memory and organise a run every year Speaking about tomorrow’s eventAkash said”It is not a marathon It is more of a social event Anybody can take part and people can stop anywhere they want People can cyclewalk or run There are no prizes but certificates would be handed over to those who participate” “I am planning to run at the event I hope to” she saidhoping the event would be conducted here next year also The Rotary Club of Madras East is co-organising the event in which about 1000-2000 people are expected to take part Akash said the funds collected by him will be used for cancer research at the Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai Family sources said Akash got more involved in the cause after his grand aunt died of cancer in 2007 Akasha class topperhas to take “intense” and “maintenance” chemo sessions to fight the cancer “My energy level is pretty low during the intense sessions The chance of infection is also high” The teenagerwhose maternal grand-parents are in Chennai flies down here during the intense sessions when the “chemo is done intravenously” at a hospital here The next session is due in October The boy is studying at home and is planning to take his exams privately For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Published: July 11 2017 3:46 pm Coffee contains a lot of antioxidants and phenolic compounds that play an important role in cancer prevention (Source: File Photo) Top News Your daily cup of joy may help you live longer say scientists who have found that drinking coffee may lower the risk of death due to heart disease cancer stroke and diabetes People who consumed a cup of coffee a day were 12 per cent less likely to die compared to those who did not drink coffee This association was even stronger for those who drank two to three cups a day — 18 per cent reduced chance of death Lower mortality was present regardless of whether people drank regular or decaffeinated coffee suggesting the association is not tied to caffeine said Veronica W Setiawan associate professor at University of Southern California (USC) in the US The study published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine used data from the Multiethnic Cohort Study a collaborative effort between the University of Hawaii Cancer Center and USC’s Keck School of Medicine The ongoing Multiethnic Cohort Study has more than 215000 participants and bills itself as the most ethnically diverse study examining lifestyle risk factors that may lead to cancer “Until now few data have been available on the association between coffee consumption and mortality in nonwhites in the US and elsewhere” researchers said “Such investigations are important because lifestyle patterns and disease risks can vary substantially across racial and ethnic backgrounds and findings in one group may not necessarily apply to others” they said Since the association was seen in four different ethnicities Setiawan said it is safe to say the results apply to other groups “This study is the largest of its kind and includes minorities who have very different lifestyles” Setiawan said “Seeing a similar pattern across different populations gives stronger biological backing to the argument that coffee is good for you whether you are white African-American Latino or Asian” he said Previous research by USC and others have indicated that drinking coffee is associated with reduced risk of several types of cancer diabetes liver disease Parkinson’s disease Type 2 diabetes and other chronic diseases Setiawan said any positive effects from drinking coffee are far-reaching because of the number of people who enjoy or rely on the beverage every day “Coffee contains a lot of antioxidants and phenolic compounds that play an important role in cancer prevention” Setiawan said “Although this study does not show causation or point to what chemicals in coffee may have this ‘elixir effect’ it is clear that coffee can be incorporated into a healthy diet andlifestyle” he said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: May 26 2009 12:41 am Related News Although using urea in closed waterbodies is an accepted practicemost freshwater fish farmers use the same water tanks and ponds that are used by cattle and humans Fertilisers are not meant for ponds and village tanks High concentration of nitrates such as urea in the water would lead to the depletion of oxygen level in the waterwhich would be harmful for the fish as well as others Once consumed by humansit can cause diseases such as cancer and lung infectionsas most fertilisers have high concentration of metals? 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