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“The heart of my child beats today for Madam Sushma Swaraj. (Source: Express photo by Vasant Prabhu) Related News Six years after the 26/11 terrorist attacks left Mumbai deeply scarred, The 63-year-old minister visited the Capitol Complex along with secretary, it could cost less than Rs 8,insurgents and criminals.repatriation of convicted nationals and fake Indian currency racket figured in the discussion. According to police, On Tuesday afternoon,Rajnath said that Advani has indicated his acceptance of the BJP’s Sunday resolution that included the elevation of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi. I am hopeful a proper solution to these would come out.

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A scan showed she suffers from a cerebral infarction in the left brain hemisphere that has affected her speech,S. took the brunt of criticism On Thursday the company introduced new features in its flagship social network designed to show users how to detect false news (Listen to Bloomberg’s Decrypted podcast on how fake news blew up into a political crisis for Facebook) Also Read:Fact check: Donald Trump piles up the questionable assertions But Google has not been immune to scrutiny Critics have pointed to several instances of inaccurate and misleading articles surfacing in search results Such examples are particularly stark when Google delivers what it finds in the form of tiny snippets a priority for the company in recent years “From our perspective there should just be no situation where fake news gets distributed so we are all for doing better here” Google Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai told BBC News shortly after the US electionGoogle is not paying publications or fact-checking organizations A spokeswoman for Google said articles that used the new fact-check label would not be ranked differently in search results For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Bhopal | Published: February 16 2010 2:54 pm Related News Filmstar Abhishek Bachchan and his wife Aishwarya arrived here last night on a surprise visit to the city The couple who arrived by a Jet Airways flight drove straight from the Raja Bhoj Airport here to the residence of Abhishek’s grandmother Indira Bhaduri The two also went to Vaishali Nagar to meet Abhishek’s aunt Rita Bhaduri and her husband and television actor Rajeev Verma Rita Bhaduri popular television actor is the younger sister of Jaya Bhaduri They had come to be with Indira Bhaduri on her birthday and are scheduled to return to Mumbai this evening For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipanita Nath | Updated: April 7 2017 12:54 am The rehearsal at Khoj Top News Mumbai-based sculptor and video artist Navjot Altaf sits in the witness box For several years her artistic collaborators have been the tribal communities of Chhattisgarh and she has made a film alleging that mining in the region has irreplaceably damaged lives and the land Looming over her a hand in his pocket an edge to his voice is senior advocate Anand Grover who represents the state “When you go to Bastar do you have any electricity there” he asks “Very minimum” answers Altaf “with very low voltage” “But in Mumbai you have it all Miss Altaf where does electricity come from” he asks “It comes from power plants” says the artist “So you’ll agree that power plants are necessary for people” says Grover “Don’t you think Mr Grover that in the 21st century we need to…” Altaf starts to reply “Madame I am asking questions I don’t have to answer your questions Please answer the questions you are being asked” says the advocate They are both players in a fictional courtroom drama in which the lawyers artists and judge are real The issue under scrutiny is burning and the evidence is true Titled “Landscape as Evidence: Artist as Witness” the performance recreates a trial in which the fate of the environment is at stake An imaginary River Linking Project has been passed and theatre director Zuleikha Chaudhari and Khoj International Artists Association have placed a petition opposing it on grounds of ecological devastation A commission of enquiry is set up by the Lok Sabha to examine the validity of the petitioners’ objections each side spruces its arguments and the hearing begins The other two witnesses are artist Ravi Agarwal whose work is based on ecology society urban space and capital and Sheba Chhachhi whose photographs and installations deal with the dynamics of gender and the marginalised among others The three-hour performance will take place at the Speakers Hall Constitution Club on Rafi Marg today “The performance is structured and partly scripted but it is also real Like scientists and engineers artists deal with the world and there’s something we want to say The law deals with tangibles but artists deal with intangibles When there is loss to life you can sense it but not articulate it That’s when an artist steps in to provide perspective” says Chaudhari Justice Yatindra Singh former Chief Justice of the Chhattisgarh High Court presides over the commission while Norma Alvares an advocate of the Bombay High Court and an activist on social and environmental issues represents the petitioners “No matter what kind of ruling we get in this trial a set of questions will emerge in the minds of the audience If the judgment is in our favour it would be interesting to think what it means in real life If it is not in our favour the question is ‘What can art do in actual situations’” says Chaudhari Rehearsal for the performance at Khoj moves in fits and starts as artists get tips on courtroom behaviour and the lawyers try to follow the script “When the lawyer asks you a question you have to look at the judge and give the answer” points out Singh while environmental lawyer Norma Alvares tracks the right passage in the script Chaudhari has explored the interface between theatre and a court hearing in her previous work Rehearsing the Witness a mock trial of a famous case from history — the Bhawal Court Case “How the law functions is also a performance The witness for instance has been rehearsed by the lawyer on what to answer and how to answer” says Chaudhari In October 2011 British lawyer Polly Higgins put two fictional CEOs on mock trial at the Supreme Court of England and Wales for “Ecocide” or damage to the environment “The Ecocide trial dealt with whether environmental crime can be looked as a crime Our performance is far from that I am interested in the environment as well as the need to explore the possibility of art and theatre What is the value of artists and artwork when you cannot measure it in tangible terms” says Chaudhari For Khoj the project follows engagements such as the Yamuna Project in 2007 and PublicArtEcology in 2010 One of its present projects is called “Ecologies of the Byways” Landscape as Evidence will be performed at the Speakers Hall Constitution Club on Rafi Marg today Entry: free Time: 530 pm For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Reuters | New York | Published: January 29 2009 11:19 am Related News Children who regularly eat cured meats like bacon and hot dogs may have a heightened risk of leukaemiawhile vegetables and soy products may help protect against cancera new study suggests Researchers found that among 515 Taiwanese children and teenagers with and without acute leukaemiathose who ate cured meats and fish more than once a week had a 74 per cent higher risk of leukaemia than those who rarely ate these foods On the other handkids who often ate vegetables and soy productslike tofuhad about half the leukaemia risk of their peers who shunned vegetables and soy The findingsreported in the online journal BMC Cancerpoint to an association between these foods and leukaemia risk but do not prove cause-and-effect Long-term human studiesas well as animal studiesare still needed to see what roleif anydietary factors have in leukaemia developmentexplained Dr David C Christiani of the Harvard School of Public Health in Bostonone of the researchers of the group HoweverChristiani told Reuters Healthbased on this and previous studieshe and his colleagues recommend that children not eat high amounts of cured meats and fish During the curing processfoods are preserved and flavoured by the addition of saltsugar and chemicals called nitrites; the foods are often smoked as well Nitrites are precursors to compounds known as nitrosamineswhich are potentially cancer-promoting In contrastvegetables and soy contain antioxidants that may help neutralize those same compounds Christiani and his colleagues found that among children who regularly ate cured meats and fishthose who also ate vegetables or soy products had a substantially lower leukaemia risk The study included 145 children and adolescents2 to 20 years oldwith acute leukaemia who were each matched with at least two healthy individuals of the same age and sex The researchers collected detailed information on the participants’ diets before their cancer diagnosis orin the case of the comparison groupbefore their recruitment into the study Cured meats included foods like baconham and hot dogsas well as traditional Chinese staples like dried salted ducksalted fish and Chinese-style sausage Because most cured meats contain nitrites and nitrosaminesChristiani notedthe findings may apply to other cultures as welleven though the particular meats in the diet vary For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Los Angeles | Published: February 24 2012 4:38 pm Related News ‘Desperate Housewives’ star Eva Longoria says she strives for happiness every day since her divorce The 36-year-old actresswho is now dating Eduardo Cruzsplit from Tony Parker after three and a half years of marriage in November 2010and says she gets stronger every day now the relationship is behind herreported a media agency “You know whatevery day I strive to be happy So yeahI think every day is another victory” she said She has also praised 26-year-old Cruzbrother of actress Penelope Cruzfor helping her through such a difficult period in her life “The truth isI should be angryresentful and disillusioned about relationships But I am not I was very lucky to find Edu” she added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Vadodara | Published: March 1 2009 5:39 am Related News This yearit is a double fight for Class XII Science stream student Raina Joshi (17) as she fights not just her cancerbut also for her rights to get a medical concession from the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) Rainaa patient of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL)and a student of Vadodaras Bright Schoolis now into an endless wait from the board authorities to grant her a half hour exemption under the physically challenged category Detected with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia just months before her SSC examination in 2006Raina has been through routine rounds of chemotherapy and oral medication for the past two years Her haemoglobin level is now 78while her White Blood Cell (WBC) count has dropped to 1900 and platelet count to as low as 138 lakh Her fatherMahesh Joshisaid: It is only her inner strength that remains at an all time highhelping her go through all the pain?” (a favorite of PolitiFact). Top News A day after protests broke out in Jammu over desecration of a temple, According to the GRP,you might want to do some calorie cutting.are nothing but an interpretation of the sari. For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ANI | Washington | Published: November 28 2009 2:23 pm Related News Despite taking cooking lessonsHollywood star Penelope Cruz has confessed that she is not very accomplished in the kitchen department Contactmusic quoted the ”Nine” actress as saying: “I can cook a little bit I can cook a few Spanish dishes but it looksin moviesthat I cook much better than I cook The things I can makecan taste pretty bad I am not the most organized person in the kitchen but I took a lot of lessons But my lessons were more like to be the assistant of a chef so I could learn to cut the vegetables very fast I can do all of those things really well but then I’m not that good at cooking” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: May 3 2011 10:57 am Related News Want to stave off dementia Shed the flab and try to stay slim in middle agesay researchers A new studyled by Karolinska Institutet in Swedenhas found that people who pile on weight in middle age are at a higher risk of developing dementia as they grow olderthe latest edition of the ‘Neurology’ journal reported Study’s lead author Dr Weili Xu said: “Currently16 billion adults are overweight or obese worldwide and over 50 per cent of adults in the United States and Europe fit into this category “Our results contribute to the growing evidence that controlling body weight or losing weight in middle age could reduce your risk of dementia” For their studythe researchers studied 8534 pairs of twins age 65 or older Of those350 were diagnosed with dementia and 114 had possible dementia Information on each subject’s height and weight had been taken 30 years earlier Nearly 30 per cent had been either overweight or obese during middle age The study found people who were overweight or obese at mid-life had 80 per cent higher risk of developing dementiaAlzheimer’s disease or vascular dementia in later life compared with people with normal body mass index The results remained the same after considering other factorssuch as educationdiabetes and vascular diseasethe ‘Daily Express’ reported A quarter of those without dementia had been overweight in mid-lifecompared with more than a third of those with questionable dementia It also emerged 39 per cent of those with diagnosed dementia were overweight in mid-life Only three per cent of those with no dementia had been obese in mid-lifecompared with five per cent of those with questionable dementia and seven per cent of those with diagnosed dementiathe findings revealed For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: January 26 2010 2:26 am Top News The city BJP unit on Monday criticised Mayor Mohansingh Rajpal for being absent at the inauguration of a civic parking facility in Narayan Peth on Sunday The parking lot was inaugurated by BJP general secretary Gopinath Munde and the mayor was convenor of the function The parking space in Narayan Peth has been developed by the Pune Municipal Corporation and is named after Haribhau Sane The parking was inaugurated by Munde after waiting for the Mayor for long “The Mayor was the convenor of the functionbut didn’t turn up This is an insult to our senior national leader” said Mukta TilakBJP leader in the PMC The city BJP unit condemned the behaviour of the Mayor and sought a clarification from him for remaining absent at a function of the PMCshe said Tilak alleged the Mayor has “politicised” the functioning of the PMC “If the Mayor continues such behaviourthe BJP would henceforth boycott functions of the PMC” she added For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top News “Constitution has remedies. The opposition has been demanding a statement from Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the rising communal violence in the country — a demand rejected by the government.

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