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as indicated by the studied silence maintained by former Deputy Prime Minister L K Advani at the NDA meeting this morning,I would do it, expand exchanges and cooperation in various fields so as to further China-India strategic cooperative partnership".why he agreed to play a conduit and what is the source of the cash and to whom it really belongs, said an officer Ahluwalia and wife were not available for comments as their phones were switched off For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: October 5 2010 3:15 pm Related News Amitabh Bachchan has proved that he is still the ‘Shehenshah’ of Bollywood A lunch date with the Big B received the highest bid at an auctiona whopping Rs 1002000pipping bad boy Salman Khan and Akshay ‘Khiladi’ Kumar While the lunch with the 67-year-old veteran raked in the most cashbreakfast with Akshay was auctioned for Rs 592000 and the winning bid for a gym session with Salman Khan was Rs 352000 Bachchan’s auction saw 55 bids from across the globe with 16770 unique visitorswhile Salman attracted 42 bids from IndiaEurope & USA and had 15804 visitors The lunch with Bachchan and Salman’s gym session was won by the corporate house Whirlpool and a lucky fan from the USA will get to have breakfast with Akshay The celebrity auctions are a part of the ‘Joy of Giving Week’ celebrations organised by online marketplace eBay in collaboration with charity organisations from around the country The celebrity auctions raised a total of Rs 27 lakhs and the proceeds will go to the star’s charity of choice For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Subhadra Sen Gupta | Updated: December 18 2016 12:08 pm A woman takes rest next to a queue outside an ATM in Nehru Place New Delhi (Source: Express photo by Oinam Anand) Top News In the 1960s there was a sagging wooden shack beside the gate to the Hindi Park in Daryaganj It sold lemon drops bread eggs and there were dusty jars of crumbly naankhatai biscuits If you went past the shack at the crack of dawn you would see a unique queue of customers — a disciplined row of empty glass milk bottles standing patiently on the ground before the window Then people would come and claim their spot to collect the clinking bottles of watery Delhi Milk Supply offering that never had any cream and at times smelled funny Later in the day you could have more fun at the ration shop praying for a brown paper bag of weird yellow sugar and grainy brown mustard oil The good old days are back again as we wait in line at banks begging for our own money In those days the nation was poor and so we understood that we have to suffer but today we have money but we are still poor As our functioning economy grinds to a halt and once again the poor are going to bed hungry listen… the world is laughing at us As a veteran of waiting in line I get ready like I am going to battle My most comfortable shoes check The handbag that I can tuck under my armpit to defy pickpockets check Cheque book pass book pen small bottle of water yup I am ready to go Then I take a deep breath calm my nerves and join the queue and to stay sane I talk and listen to people A queue is one place where I am grateful that we are such a talkative nation It also helps if you have a goofy perpetually puzzled face like mine because then people become surprisingly kind My companions were people who are the forgotten Indians facing a national crisis with surprising patience and kindness There was humour and camaraderie and they were slow to anger And every time a pot-bellied idiot tried to creep to the front there was a joint holler of “Oye” that made even the macho north Indian male give a weak apologetic grin and get back in line I was in queue the day after our beloved leader declared that the rich and powerful of the land were all standing in line My queue friends found the comment hilarious as we all waited for someone in a Jaguar or even an Innova to drive up and join us Then one bald gent with a cough muttered “Sab nautanki hai” Two hours together and I knew a lot about my dosts The man in the Sarojini Nagar pavement-style jacket was a salesman from Dehradun who had no cash for the journey to go home The spectacled guy behind me ran a chemist shop and said that people who owed him money were suddenly offering to pay; in old notes of course Then a man came from way back in the line and began to chat animatedly with the woman standing at the head of the queue clearly planning to wander in with her He didn’t know us A joint yell of “Oye” and he had crept back into his old slot In all the lines there was lamentation at the extraordinary stupidity of the government The general opinion was okay you want to demonetise go ahead but shouldn’t you have first printed the new notes to replace the old ones Also why did you print the ugly and impossible-to-use Rs 2000-notes first As one woman said grimly “Kisi ko kuchh nahin pata kya kar rahen hain” It sounded like a line from a comedy show but sadly the joke was on us As people fell tiredly silent I began to think about queues in that deeply philosophical vein that mind-numbing boredom inspires Which was my happiest and favourite queue That was easy It was the line at the first Nirula fast food counter in Connaught Place where I stood blissfully thinking “Big Boy Burger… Chili Con Carne… double scoop of Mango Magic…” What would be the weirdest line That took a while but then the image flashed across my eyes All of us loyal bhakts trooping up the steps of the Reserve Bank of India to queue up and shake Urjit Patel’s hand saying “Great job Urjit bhai You will now get the Nobel Prize for Economics” Usually queues attract peanut vendors and men selling bananas but they were missing as we have no money for such extravagant luxuries So I chewed gum instead Then I finally discovered one advantage in my situation You can ignore unwanted calls from impatient clients by muttering “Sorry… can’t talk… I am in a queue” From then I have continued using that excuse often from my sofa at home At my second stint the bank had a separate counter for senior citizens and women and I felt I had won a medal for being female and having a head of grey hair A dozen of us delighted females and oldies were in line when this smarmy young man sidled up to the old Sardarji standing behind me and whispered “Sirji will you please take my cheque too I’ll be standing here with you” You should have seen the reaction; a bunch of mild-mannered pensioners was transformed into tigers as we all whipped around and glared fiercely at him The Sardarji looked ready to pull out his kirpan in fury The man looked nervous and backed off mumbling “This is a ladies’ queue and this cheque is from my wife’s account so I thought…” You have to agree it was a pretty creative excuse Listening to my companions I realised how little we expect from our leaders How nothing they do surprises us anymore No one thought the political parties care for them The general opinion was that all the drama in Parliament was for television cameras as if the louder you shout the more it becomes true None of our brave and loud leaders have stood in a queue in their lives and they are all so cocooned in their privileged world they have no idea how ordinary people lived So a whole country stands in line as our brave leaders go where no economist has ever gone before We had become a bunch of hardened cynics facing a giant bureaucratic muddle with a sad shake of our heads saying “So what’s new What made you think the people in power ever know what they are doing” It was so tragic that we choose to laugh In a total of four-plus hours standing in line there was one remarkable discovery I did not find a single bhakt springing up to defend his beloved leader Where did all the loyal national anthem singing patriotic bhakts all go Subhadra Sen Gupta writes on Indian history and culture Her latest books are A Children’s History of India and the new series Exploring India For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Anushree Majumdar | Published: May 14 2009 12:29 am Related News Rujuta Diwekar (inset) probably knew that she was sitting on a bestseller when she began writing Dont Lose Your MindLose Your Weight A dietician and fitness expertDiwekar wasfor several yearsthe best-kept secret of Mumbai celebrities who depended on her for their fabulous bodies Then one dayKareena Kapooroverweight at 60 kgasked for an appointment That was the beginning as Kapoors waistline shrank to size zeroDiwekar became Indias new fitness sensation Everybody wanted to know her secret formula When she finally revealed it in Dont Lose Your Mind… earlier this yearthe book immediately rose to the bestseller list and threatened to overtake heavyweights like Booker winner The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga and Booker contender The Sea of Poppies by Amitav Ghosh At prominent bookstores like CrosswordOxford Bookstore and LandmarkDiwekars slim bookwith its lime green spine and curly lettershas notched up sales in thousands It has also turned attention to other diet books on the shelves The Mind and Body sections at bookstores now boast titles like Eat Right 4 Your Type by Peter DAdamoI Can Make You Thin by Paul McKenna and South Beach Diet by Arthur Agatston Priyanka Malhotra of Full Circle bookstore says sales of these diet books have picked up ever since Diwekars book was published earlier this year Of theseSouth Beach Diet has the most impressive saleslargely because it documents the diet patterns of Hollywood bigwigs such as Nicole Kidman and Kim Cattrall?of all that Rujuta has learned (and is still learning) from her study of yoga, alleging that senior West Bengal police officers had “tampered (with) evidence’’ in the Saradha chit fund scam, Shagun hopes that what Ishita is doing is right. this summer. 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Corrective measures will be taken after the report is submitted. For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Associated Press | Washington | Published: January 3 2012 1:57 pm Related News Check-ups during pregnancy tend to focus around the waist But there’s growing debate about which mothers-to-be should have a gland in their neck testedtoo Numerous studies since 1999 have found that an underactive thyroid can raise a woman’s risk of miscarriagepremature birthor a lower IQ for her baby — even if it’s so mildly sluggish that she feels no symptoms The problem: While serious cases are treated with a hormone pillso far there’s little evidence that treating the milder cases makes a difference So guidelines about who should be tested vary widely Now a peek at prenatal testing from one of the country’s largest medical labs suggests that nearly a quarter of pregnant women are getting the simple thyroid blood test regardless of whether they have symptoms Researchers at Quest Diagnostics examined records for half a million pregnant women Of those who got testeda higher-than-expected number — 15 per cent — had an underactive thyroid That’s five-fold higher than some previous estimatespartly because the way in which the condition is diagnosed has changed recentlysays the study published by the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism The vast majority of those women were in the gray zonewith milder cases where no one knows for sure if a diagnosis helps or wastes money on testing and thyroid medication The finding adds pressure for science to settle this long-running controversy We still don’t have perfect answers, 2016 6:22 am Regarding accusations about Vadra’s links with an arms dealer and a property in London, a deadline which the civic authority had fixed last month to see town supporting red-roofs by end of the year. Soniaji is coming, contradicted him. According to the police,one of them only nine years old, Anantpur and Cudaapah.s destiny as a military man was pre-decided at birth in the Massoud-Rabbani family in 1989.Reliance.

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