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?t disclose it to her parents, said Senior Police Inspector Prakash Jadhav Recentlywhen the girl started having pain in some parts of her bodyshe disclosed the incident to her mother Her mother immediately approached the Bhandup police and registered a case against the assailants Acting on the complaintwe arrested the youths on Saturday morning They have been charged with criminal intimidation and raping a minor For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: August 26 2016 2:49 pm Fashion designer Manish Malhotra with Bollywood actors Shraddha Kapoor and Sushant Singh Rajput at Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2016 in Mumbai on Wednesday (Source: PTI) Top News Manish Malhotra has created trends with his effortless creations and now he has set another milestone by showcasing the virtual reality fashion show at the ongoing Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Winter/Festive 2016 The fashion designer credits technology for the exposure of fashion in the country saying the world has become flatter because of social media Malhotra says that LFW is very special for him as both his label and his association with fashion week turn 11 this year “So this season we presented yet another milestone with a show that celebrates a couple of firsts The Manish Malhotra label has become the first Indian brand to partner with Etihad Airways as well as the first brand in India to ever present a Virtual Reality fashion showcase” he told IANS on the sidelines of the fashion gala When asked how technology has helped boost the fashion industry he said: “In this day and age technology is an integral part of our lives The world has become flatter thanks to social media and smartphones” In Pictures: Shraddha Kapoor Sushant Singh Rajput glitter in Manish Malhotra’s show “The effects of this are much apparent today when it comes to fashion What you see on the runway is in your wardrobe in a few weeks With my Winter-Festive 2016 Collection couture-lovers across the Etihad network will be able to view the collection” he said For him there is one major thing that technology has given to the fashion industry “The most important contribution that technology has made to fashion is facilitating access Today it does not matter which part of the world an outfit is created; there may be a consumer for it across the world many time-zones away” he said Malhotra is not only the king of fashion runways but during his 25 years as a stylist in the film industry he has designed looks for Urmila Matondkar Karisma Kapoor Kajol Rani Mukerji Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Preity Zinta Sonam Kapoor Alia Bhatt and Deepika Padukone So what more is there to achieve now “There is so much more Last season I would never have thought that we will present a virtual reality show and here we are There is no better teacher than an open mind” he said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: January 11 2017 6:08 pm Avoid serious injuries and enjoy the run (Photo: Pixabay) Top News Running a marathon is never easy but with the right training and following the dos and don’ts one can not only avoid serious injuries but also enjoy the run says an expert Daniel Vaz head coach at Nike+ Run Club lists some dos and don’ts for the marathon – before during and after the run Before the run: * Ensure that a part of your longest run (full marathon – 32 to 38 km half marathon – 21 – 24 km) has about 60-70 per cent distance being run at your goal/race pace For example if you intend to finish the half marathon in one hour 59 minutes the goal pace is 5:40 per km * Also you need to get familiar with the running course so that you don’t get bothered with unexpected inclines Practice your long runs with some inclines added so you know how much to slow down on such inclines on the day of the run * A day before the marathon it is recommended to stay off one’s feet and drink a lot of fluids to stay well hydrated ALSO READ |Simple walking regime can help improve heart health * One also needs to ensure that you don’t skip food nor go on any kind of diet just before the race Taking meals that are high (65-75 per cent) in carbohydrates is recommended There should also be adequate protein intake * Lastly mentally preparing for your race by visualising the course and your race plan is an integral part of the final preparation A night before the big run lay out your gear have an early dinner and go to bed early * On the big day it is critical to take an easily digestible meal two hours prior to the race start time Additionally drinking adequate water to digest this meal is also important On the start line and during the run: * Just before one starts running for the big race it is important to do a light warm up Also sipping water every now and then until the start is recommended * For the first half of your race in a half marathon do not run faster than your goal pace as it might lead to cramps If the sun isn’t being too nice use a sponge to cool your head and back of the neck Also it is vital that one keeps sipping on water in order to avoid dehydration because once this sets in it becomes difficult for one to keep up to the goal pace See what else is making news in lifestyle here After the run: * On finishing the race no matter how tempted one is to sit down on the grass and stretch the muscles don’t This is because the muscles are inflamed and to ensure that one recovers fast they need to move around to facilitate smooth blood circulation * Having a meal which comprises of carbohydrates and proteins as early as possible will replenish ones glycogen levels The proteins will help in repairing the damaged tissue * For quick post marathon recovery getting a good night’s sleep drinking lots of fluids throughout the day and eating food which is high in proteins and carbohydrates is the key to repair and refuel yourselves * Stretching and ice baths are other ways to boost one’s running recovery This will help in increasing blood flow to the muscles while an ice bath will help in reducing post marathon soreness by reducing inflammation For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top News"Your left your left your left right left" Marching in perfect synchrony is the first thing every soldier must learn Many recruits consider the exercise an annoying way to teach obedience but drill sergeants say marching produces better soldiers by improving not just discipline but also morale According to a study published online today in Biology Letters the drill sergeants may be right The researchers started by making the male subjects walk 240 meters They were randomly chosen to walk either at their own pace or in synchrony with another male After that they were shown a "criminal"—a mug shot of an angry male face—and asked to fill out a survey about their feelings As previous studies have shown walking in synchrony made men slightly happier and more friendly toward their fellow marchers But surprisingly the synchronized marching also affected how the subjects perceived the physical attributes of the criminal After marching men judged their foes as smaller and weaker So if you’re feeling intimidated find a buddy and go marching It really will boost your morale As a bonus if you have thousands of buddies willing to march like these North Korean soldiers on parade you’ll be a terrifying spectacleIn 2010 a powerful magnitude-88 earthquake struck off the coast of central Chile rocking much of the country and producing tremor as far away as Argentina and Peru But a new study suggests its effects were felt even farther away—in Antarctica In the wake of the Maule temblor the scientists found several seismic stations on the frozen continent registered “icequakes” probably due to fracturing of the ice as the planet’s crust shook Earthquakes are already known to affect Antarctica’s ice shelves thanks to the tsunamis they can spawn Tsunami waves can propagate for great distances across the ocean; if the waves reach Antarctica’s ice shelves—the floating platforms of ice surrounding the continent—they can push and pull on the ice promoting fractures and ultimately helping large chunks of ice break off or calve But whether earthquake seismic waves traveling through the ground can chip away at Antarctica’s ice sheet—the ice piled on top of the continent—remained an unanswered question Zhigang Peng a geophysicist at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta found the answer by accident while studying effects of the Chile quake in South America His team was looking for surface waves—shallow seismic waves that travel along the planet’s crust rather than going deeper into the mantle Surface waves come in two basic types: Love waves which shake the ground from side to side; and Rayleigh waves which move in a rolling motion compressing and expanding the ground as they travel Both types of surface waves can in turn trigger numerous microearthquakes called tremor Peng didn’t initially intend to look at signals from Antarctic seismic stations but data from a few somehow sneaked onto their research list And when his team looked for the surface wave signals at those stations “we found something very interesting” Peng says “We started to find tiny seismic signals that we believe are associated with ice cracking” Scientists had never seen seismic evidence that a far-away earthquake can register in Antarctica’s ice—in part because they lacked data Since the International Polar Year from 2007 to 2009 however large-scale international polar monitoring networks such as POLENET and AGAP have brought dozens of year-round GPS and seismic stations to the continent Peng and his colleagues reached out to the principal investigators of those projects requesting the data “to make our story complete” After studying seismic data at 42 Antarctic stations from within 6 hours of the Maule temblor the team found that 12 of the stations registered “clear evidence” of Rayleigh waves generated by the Chile earthquake passing through the crust beneath the ice sheet in the form of small icequakes The quake’s Love waves however produced no effect in Antarctica the researchers report online today in Nature Geoscience (To hear what the triggered icequakes sound like at two seismic stations visit here and here) Because both Rayleigh and Love waves produce tremor but only Rayleigh waves seemed to produce icequakes “that makes us suspect that the mechanisms of icequakes might be different from regular earthquakes” Peng says Probably he says the ice is more susceptible to changes in the ground’s volume produced by the Rayleigh waves as they compress and expand the crust As those waves roll by the ice above closest to the surface cracks and fractures producing new crevasses that register on the seismic stations as icequakes There was no clear geographic pattern to which stations registered icequakes Most that did were in West Antarctica closer to the Chile source but many stations in West Antarctica didn’t register any seismic disturbances Peng suspects that icequakes can occur only in places where the ice sheet is already somewhat weakened The study suggests a “coupling with the ground that seems to be important” says Jeremy Bassis a geophysicist at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor who was not involved in the work Bassis and other researchers have linked tsunamis with ice shelf cracking but Bassis says the new study is the first to show seismic waves affecting Antarctic ice on land “I think the big picture of this is that we keep on finding out that these relatively small environmental perturbations generated far away—the ice seems to actually feel them” Bassis says By the time they get to the ice sheet the signals are tiny but they still can cause the ice to break and change a little bit “Ten years ago I don’t think anybody would have thought that” Whether that translates to any significant impact on the overall ice sheet however is unclear The Maule earthquake was the sixth largest ever recorded and it was relatively close to Antarctica “This might be the perfect storm of an event that hit the ice shelf like a gong” Bassis says Peng agrees that the overall impact of such earthquakes on the ice sheet isn’t clear “At this point we cannot say definitively that large events play an important role in accelerating or changing ice behaviors there” he says He and his colleagues examined the HOWD seismic station which had the strongest icequake signal more closely to determine whether other large quakes such as the 2011 Tohoku-Oki quake in Japan also produced icequakes there It seems that only the Chile event produced icequakes at HOWD but the team is planning a more comprehensive exam of large events from over the past 4 to 5 years at all the Antarctic stations They’re also planning to combine the seismic work with GPS data from stations on the ice surface to determine whether ice movement is accelerated following large earthquakes as was suggested by previous work at the Whillans Ice Stream in West Antarctica “It’s an ongoing study” Peng says “We haven’t finished the story yet”
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He denied having any idea about the governments plan for this land On Abdullahs petitionthe high court has stayed the demolition and possession of the land by LDA The case will be heard on August 19 The LDA had alleged that the garden area was being used for commercial purposes Abdullah claims that he has obtained permission for this from the Lucknow Municipal Corporation The BSP office and the Kanshiram Memorial Guest House stand on land which was occupied by several government buildingsall of which were demolished after the BSP government assumed office in May 2007 The Cane Commissioners office (2Mall Avenue) and the residence allotted to Mayawati as the former chief minister (13Mall Avenue) were demolished to build the Kanshiram Memorial guesthouse Two other bungalows 12 Mall Avenue and 12-A Mall Avenue were demolished to build the BSP office For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New York | Published: December 22 2016 7:46 pm A sufficient dietary vitamin D supplement can partially but significantly antagonize metabolic syndrome caused by high fat diet in mice(Source: Thinkstock) Top News Sunbathing or vitamin D supplements may help restore good bacteria in the gut and help prevent metabolic syndrome a group of symptoms that are risk factors for diabetes and heart disease new research suggests The scientists discovered that vitamin D deficiency is necessary for metabolic syndrome to progress in mice with underlying disturbances in gut bacteria Also watch: “Based on this study we believe that keeping vitamin D levels high either through sun exposure diet or supplementation is beneficial for prevention and treatment of metabolic syndrome” said one of the researchers Stephen Pandol from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in the US Metabolic syndrome affects nearly a quarter of the world’s adult population and it is defined by a group of risk factors that put you on the road to diabetes and heart disease The characteristic symptoms include obesity around the waistline and at least two of the following: high blood sugar levels high blood pressure or high cholesterol Sufferers usually also have excess fat in their liver The main cause of metabolic syndrome appears to be a diet high in fat or carbohydrate However observational studies have also linked metabolic syndrome to vitamin D deficiency which affects 30-60 per cent of the world’s population The current study made important advances in understanding the causative role of vitamin D in this syndrome “A sufficient dietary vitamin D supplement can partially but significantly antagonize metabolic syndrome caused by high fat diet in mice” Pandol said “These are amounts equivalent to the dietary recommendations for humans” Pandol noted The study published in the journal Frontiers in Physiology found that a high fat diet alone is not enough to cause metabolic syndrome but it is needed in combination with vitamin D deficiency Accordingly vitamin D supplementation improves metabolic syndrome in mice the research team found The next step the team said would be to validate the results in humans For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Washington | Published: July 13 2016 8:36 pm This new study shows that metabolic syndrome can play a part in the decline of sexual desire and function in postmenopausal women (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News Postmenopausal women with metabolic syndrome report lower sexual activity desire and sexual satisfaction according to a new report According to a new study published in The American Journal of Medicine researchers looked at the role metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular disease play in postmenopausal women sexual health The study also showed that coronary artery disease was more prevalent in women with low rates of sexual activity Read More Researchers from the University of California surveyed 376 postmenopausal women using a Female Sexual Function Index (FSFI) questionnaire Waist size diabetes and hypertension were additionally associated with decreased sexual activity and elevated triglycerides were linked to lower desire revealed the study “In these healthy community-dwelling older women the prevalence of low sexual desire was significantly higher in women who met the diagnostic criteria for metabolic syndrome” explained Susan Trompeter MD University of California Researchers also looked at various cardiovascular events and their effects on sexual health They discovered that heart attack coronary artery bypass and angina were associated with decreased sexual activity but that those cardiovascular factors did not influence sexual desire or satisfaction Additionally women with low sexual activity were more likely to have coronary artery disease “Metabolic syndrome in women may be more closely related to coronary artery disease than other cardiovascular outcomes” said Elizabeth Barrett-Connor MD UC San Diego School of Medicine Share This Article Related Article While some cardiovascular events lead to lower sexual activity the study found that a past diagnosis of heart failure poor circulation and stroke had no association with sexual function and that no cardiovascular disease was linked to sexual desire or sexual satisfaction “Decreasing estrogen levels have been reported to precede a decrease in sex hormone-binding globulin and testosterone which may decrease sexual desire or sexual activity or both” said Trompeter This new study shows that metabolic syndrome can play a part in the decline of sexual desire and function in postmenopausal women Coronary artery disease was more prevalent among women with low rates of sexual activity and women who had suffered a heart attack had a coronary artery bypass or angina were also less sexually active For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Panchkula | Published: June 17 2009 3:02 am Related News In a battle between the two in-form playersAshbeer Singh Saini and Chikkarangappait was the former who emerged as the winner with a shot of one over 73 on a tough scoring day to share the lead along with Kunal Bhatia at the Lalit Suri Northern India Junior Golf Championship being played at the Panchkula Golf Club on Tuesday Giving them close company was Khalin Joshi who shot a two-over 74 to secure the third place Ashbeer didn’t have a very good startwith two bogeys through his first holes – the par-four first and the par-three fourth He picked up a shot on the fifth holebut dropped another bogey right afterfinally making the turn at two-over He then bogeyed the par-four 14th to go three-over for the daybefore pulling off a run of three straight birdies from the 15th to the 17th to get back on even par Unfortunatelyanother bogey on the finishing hole ensured he would only be sharing the lead after the end of Day 1 Kunal Bhatia had a bogey but three birdies on the front nine to be two-under at the turn But he followed that up with a bogey on the 10th and a double bogey on the par-five 15th to drop back to one-over for the round Despite fresh from his win in the amateur tour event in Bangalore last weekChikkarangappa had a disappointing outing as he was placed fifth with a shot of three-over 75 Chikka had four birdiesfive bogeys and a double bogey in his dramatic round Also sharing the fifth spot was Rishi Raj Singh and Pawan Kumar MeanwhilePatiala lad Shubhankar Sharmawho had finished second at the Southern Indiahit a round of four-over 76 to race ahead in Category ‘B’ Patiala ladShubhankar Sharma raced ahead in Category ‘B’ with a round of four-over 76 Shubhankar had finished second at the Southern India to Vashist Pawar Vashishthoweverhad a bad day in office and could only put together a round of 17-over 89 Shooting 11-over 83 eachHarsh Gangwar and Viraj Madhappa were leading the Category ‘C’ Piyush Sangwan was in tow at the third place with two shots back after his 13-over 85 For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related News 2011 3:29 pm Related News More than 30 teachers were today detained when they staged a protest march to demand release of sixth pay commission arrears and regularisation of Rehbar-e-Taleem (education volunteers) teachers. 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