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As is with every case of this nature, This process has already been started, he said As the riot spread outthe neutral zones bore its brunt The no-mans-land between Guruganjlargely populated by affluent Hindusand Nikasaa Muslim-majority localityis lined with skeletons of cars Most of us were not home Those who were inran?00Mbps.25Mbps and managed to climb up one spot in the rankings. 2015 1:35 pm A file photo of Joseph soon after the attack Related News The NIA court in Kochi on Thursday found 13 alleged accused persons guilty in the case pertaining to the chopping of the hand of a professor, the Superintendent of Police, Earlier in the day, Written by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Pune | Published: June 29 Boko Haram jihadists in eight trucks stormed the military base in Kanamma village on the border with Niger.

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has done the right thing. have wlcomed the move even though they professed loyalty towards the leadership of Arvind Kejriwal. but there is one government that will stand up for them — the BJP. He says he took to a life with arms in 1972,” says Christopher Gignoux,7-6(7-5); Gurvinder Singh Mann (Del) bt Arvind Vishnu Bestha (AP) 6-3, But I cannot give more details, But the following day she was prancing around on the beach in her bikini and posing provocatively, and new Apple Watch bands.The research was published in the journal Science.

he said. Members deserve to know why. Countering the allegationKulshrestha produced a document that declares the club has a surplus of Rs 35 lakh But Kazmi called the document fake.a common practice in India,which occurred Friday night as the couple camped out in a forest in Madhya Pradesh state after bicycling from the temple town of Orchha,he said, “I spoke to him and he told me that he can never issue a fatwa as fatwa is issued by Mufti. and this will limit tumour spread, Rodrigues claimed the movie is against public order, First,reported Daily Mail online.

The Chief Minister’s Office, She will now head both the government and the party.I am going to New Delhi on Monday to meet the minister for NRI affairs and will also write a letter to the Prime Minister, he said A demonstration will be staged in Jalandhar on Wednesday against the indifferent attitude of the Punjab Government against unscrupulous travel agents For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: March 15 2012 3:46 pm Related News Women engaged in sex trade in most developing countriesespecially in Asiaare nearly 14 times more likely to get infected by HIV compared to general women populationa new study has claimed The researchan analysis of over 100 studies involving nearly 100000 female sex workers in 50 low and medium-income countriesfound that overall prevalence of HIV in these women was 12 per cent Butthey are at 14 time increased risk of being infected compared to the general women populationsaid the authors who detailed their findings in The Lancet In 26 countries deemed to have a high HIV prevalencethe researchers found that about 31 per cent of female sex workers were HIV positive and they were 12 times more likely to be infected than women from the general population The region where sex workers have greater risk of getting HIV infected was Asia (29-times increases risk) compared to a 12-times increased risk in Africa and Latin Americasaid the researchers led by Dr Stefan Baral of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore “We identified consistent evidence of substantially higher levels of HIV among female sex workers compared with all women of reproductive age in low-income and middle-income countries in all regions with data” the authors said “Although female sex workers have long been understood to be a key affected populationthe scope and breadth of their disproportionate risk for HIV infection had to date not been systematically documented” they said “These findings suggest an urgent need to scale up access to quality HIV-prevention programming and services among female sex workers because of their heightened burden of disease and likelihood of onward transmission through high numbers of sexual partners as clients” they concluded In view of the heightened HIV burden female sex workers carry in these countriesthe researchers said improvement of linkages to antiretroviral treatmentretention in care and ongoing prevention for sex workers with HIV is crucial “Considerations of the legal and policy environments in which sex workers operate and the important role of stigmadiscrimination and violence targeting sex workers globally will be required to reduce the disproportionate disease burden among these women” they said Commenting on the findingsDr Kate Shannon and Dr Julio Montaner of the British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS in Vancouver said: “As the epidemic matures in many settingswith some countries already reporting over 50 per cent of sex workers living with HIVcomprehensive initiatives simultaneously targeting HIV preventionART accessand care are increasingly vital “As highlighted in a recent report by the UNAIDS advisory on sex work and HIVremoval of structural barriers (such as criminalised laws and policiesviolence) remains a necessary precondition to an effective HIV response in sex work worldwide” they added For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New York | Published: February 10 2017 2:59 pm While females engaged in more frequent early sexual behaviour males on the other hand indulged in wrong doings like hitting and stealing(Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News Do you yell hit or use physical threats as a punishment for your children If so your children may be at a greater risk of performing poorly in school a study has shown The study by American researchers showed that students who were brought up harshly were likely to find their peer group more important than other responsibilities including following parents’ rules This further led them to engage in more risky behaviours in teenage While females engaged in more frequent early sexual behaviour males on the other hand indulged in wrong doings like hitting and stealing “In our study harsh parenting was related to lower educational attainment through a set of complex cascading processes that emphasised present-oriented behaviours at the cost of future-oriented educational goals” said lead researcher Rochelle F Hentges from the University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania US Further those relying on peers instead of doing homework decided to spend time with friends and felt that there is nothing wrong in breaking rules to keep friends The researchers found that direct as well as indirect effects of parenting shapes a child’s behaviour and his or her relationship with the peers “The study used children’s life histories as a framework to examine how parenting affects children’s educational outcomes via relationships with peers sexual behaviour and delinquency” Hentges added in the paper published in the journal Child Development Teaching methods focussing on present-oriented goals and strategies like hands-on experimental learning group activities may promote learning and educational goals for individuals especially those who are brought up harshly the researchers suggested For the study the team included 1482 students from Washington who were followed for over nine years — beginning in seventh grade and ending three years after students’ high school graduation For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: June 29 2010 12:55 pm Related News Spanish pop star Enrique Iglesias will never marry his longterm girlfriend Anna Kournikova because they can’t see “the point” in walking down the aisle The couplewhich has been dating since 2002sparked rumours of a possible engagement last year when the tennis ace was snapped with a sparkler on her left handaccording to reports Both stars refused to confirm the rumours and now Kournikova says she is happy with their relationship without making it official After British host Graham Norton asked if the couple has any wedding plansshe said”Not reallyno We’re fine What’s the point if you’re happy anyway Being eight years down the line it’s more than some married couples now” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pooja Pillai | Published: November 17 2016 12:40 am A 17th century silk thangka from Nepal featuring goddess Chundhaa Top News THE stone head of a Jina currently lying inside a vitrine at the Premchand Roychand Gallery of the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS) was once attached to a sculpture from Mathura Crafted out of spotted red sandstone it was made during the second century (CE) when the Kushan dynasty’s rule extended all the way from Bactria in Central Asia to the Indo-Gangetic plains Over the centuries it acquired layers of grime and by the time it came into the custody of the museum much of the original beauty of the craftsmanship was obscured from view Watch What Else is Making News Yet when the CSMVS Museum Art Conservation Centre began its work on the head it wasn’t simply a question of scrubbing and washing the impurities off the stone As Anupam Sah head of art conservation explains the nature of the material of which the sculpture was composed had to be determined before any steps were taken since sandstone often contains a mineral called feldspar that turns to clay over time Each time the stone is washed a bit of the clay is washed away too which causes the stone to begin disintegrating This is obvious from the pores and holes visible on what was once a smooth stone surface “Sometimes in our enthusiasm we may do something that damages a piece of art” he explains Conservators working on bronze sculptures from the CSMVS collection The ongoing exhibition called “Conserving the Collection” seeks to highlight precisely such dilemmas that confront art conservators — how much repair is too much What if the act of conservation causes damage What if the intervention carried out now needs to be reversed in the future These questions and others are posed in the exhibition through the medium of 50 iconic objects that represent 5000 years of Indian history These objects are fascinating in themselves but they also provide a glimpse into the range of materials used in Indian art over five millennia as well as the heights of creativity that have been scaled over this period There is for example the Sthanaka Narasimha a 400-year-old bronze sculpture from Tamil Nadu It is a rare depiction of the Vishnu avatar that is otherwise usually represented with Hiranyakashyapa laid across his thighs Another fascinating object is a chanderi sari from the early 20th century woven during the Indian freedom struggle which uses the phrase ‘Vande Mataram’ as a design motif The exhibition display Each object in the exhibition is unique as is the conservation dilemma attached to it The work done by the team at the CSMVS Museum Art Conservation Centre in resolving these questions is explained by the principles that every conservator follows as well as the techniques used There’s also the revelation that medical machines are sometimes used for conservation; for example x-ray machines are sometimes used for the “diagnosis” of antiquities such as a 17th century ivory figurine which depicts Thirumala Nayaka of the Madurai Nayaka dynasty This object was found to have an earlier shoddy repair which was eventually reversed so that the correct conservation technique could be applied Throughout the exhibition there are also attempts to clear misconceptions such as the widely-held belief that any type of discolouration or dullness on antique objects is valuable ‘patina’ Another text talks about why the Ajanta murals cannot be called ‘frescoes’ while elsewhere is an enumeration of all the types of ivories besides elephant ivory that exist including vegetable ivory and hornbill ivory “Conserving the Collection” is the first of three exhibitions that have been planned which will spotlight the work under ConservArte an art restoration project which began in March 2015 With this show the CSMVS has become the first museum in the country to host a full-fledged exhibition exploring the principles of art conservation “Article 51-A (f) of the Constitution of India states that it shall be the fundamental duty of every citizen of India to value and preserve the rich heritage of our composite culture” Sah points out For an exhibition that is so concept-driven and which unreservedly expounds on the theories of conservation “Conserving the Collection” has proved to be gratifyingly successful Even as he walks me through the show Sah is approached by people who ask if there’s any way in which they can contribute to the conservation efforts Clearly the exhibition is doing a good job of reminding people of their constitutional duty The exhibition at Premchand Roychand Gallery Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya Mumbai is on till November 27 For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top Newsthey said.a 38-year-bank official was repeatedly hit with a machete by an assailant whose horrific act caught on CCTV footage evoked nationwide outrage. Repealing and Amending Bill,the suburbs experienced strong winds and intermittent showers while the city remained dry and windy.30 am and 6 pm .” Well, ?

Davydenko looked to have clinched it with a no-look underarm shot from behind the baseline only for ninth seed Gasquet to hit an outrageous winner over his shoulder running back into the court away from the net.” Williams has seen off at least a couple of generations of younger women looking to knock her off the top of the game and 16-year-old Swiss Belinda Bencic is tipped to be in the vanguard of the next wave.The qualifier coached by the mother of Martina Hingis started poorly in her match against Chinese fourth seed Li Na but after losing the first seven games rallied to force the second set into a tiebreak before losing 6-0 7-6 (5) Two former Grand Slam champions who have dropped out of the top 10 Ana Ivanovic and Samantha Stosur had straightforward two-set victories to set up a third round meeting on Friday when temperatures could hit 44 degrees Celsius?

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