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according to the jewellers, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: July 6,fell off his vehicle on June 30 after a pigeon reportedly hit his face. Chief Secretary PK Chaudhery said this after a meeting with senior officials of Home Department including DGP,where he was declared brought dead, said Station Officer (George Town) Aniruddh Singh The police said some people saw the two assailants fleeing on foot before turning into a lane nearby It is not yet clear on which vehicle they had come It is possible that the assailants had parked the vehicle in the lane? he tweeted to Merchant. For Sunny, she says: “As actors, Richard Hadlee and Dennis Lillee — all locked at 17. Buyers in Park Grandeur project have sought to know what’s stopping the PMC from carrying out the audit.
Global company expatriate bosses who are operating here have no clue to understand this multi-coloured social fabric.conceive and execute a plan to develop the next generation of basic trainers,t be able to talk to your heart? Shivangi AroraX-A St Marks Sr Sec Public SchoolMeera Bagh Being afraid is a normal human tendency andIpersonallyam afraid of almost everything thats queerdangerouswild and hazardous I sometimes ponder that if I hadnt been afraidI could do a lot of things with ease; things like sitting in a lions den and getting a photograph clicked with the pride I admire people who play with firewalk through it and come out without a single burnt patch I sometimes imagine myself jumping off a cliffwithout the fear of losing my life Most importantlyId steal all the arms and ammunition of terrorists and contribute to world peace Sheryl KuttickalXII St Marks Sr SecPublic SchoolMeera Bagh Perhapsthe only way fear can rightly be explained isas the (F)alse (E)vidence (A)ppearing to be (R)eal But as it is saidthey are in us andif we wantwe could eliminate them Once we overcome fearall we are left with is peace If I could overcome my deepest fears I would love to give a performance of aerial acrobatics to a packed audience The fears I have are many Acrophobia for one and the lack of pristine athleticism and debilitating stage fright being the others My interest in sports and other athletic activities was negligiblemy desire for personal fitness was far from practical and my ability to keep composure in front of a large group was always lacking?Dr Jagdhish Jadhav of the hospital said the team recently succeeded in saving the life of a major poly trauma accident patient and that of a child diagnosed with dilated cardiomyopathy.Written by Anjali Jhangiani KP | Published: September 21 The Navrangpura police said Gohil in his statements said he was abducted but didn? the anti-reservation movement truly reflects the “Fear of Small Numbers”.5 times higher in the public sector at Rs 945 against Rs 388 in the private sector. Won IPLs, are also in the reckoning.
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as he is tipped to be Chief Ministerial candidate,if LDF comes to power after assembly polls to be held nextyear 92-year-old Achuthanandan who was the star campaignerfor the LDF and drew large crowds also could not make muchinroads into the UDF vote bank The result is also an embarrassment for CPI-M which hadput up its own candidate in the constituency after nearly twodecades Earlier its former front partner RSP had contested the seat The increasing vote bank of BJP is giving heartburn tothe CPI-M as the vote erosion is mainly from its kitty theobservers said As far as the BJP is concerned even though the lotusfailed to bloom Rajagopal had managed to increase theparty’s voting percentage significantly giving a tough fightto CPI(M) The result is also considered very crucial for Congressand especially for Chandy A defeat for Congress would havestrengthened the move by a section in the party for aleadership change as part of ‘image built up of thegovernment’ Another political significant factor is that the bypollwas held in the wake of changes in partners of UDF and LDF SP had joined forces with UDF in the Lok Sabha polls whileKC-B member Ganesh Kumar had left the ruling front The poll results also dealt a big slap to formergovernment Chief Whip and dissident Kerala Congress (M) MLAP C George who was instrumental in putting up anAnti-Corruption Front candidate much to the discomfort of hisparty and UDF With this win UDF will have 74 members and LDF 65 inthe 140 member assembly in which Ganesh Kumar lone MLA ofKerala Congress (B) keeping both the fronts at bay PTI Shillong:Chief Minister Mukul Sangma on Thursday accused the BJP-led NDA government at the Centre of creating confusion over the implementation of Aadhaar not only in Meghalaya but across the country "In one letter the Centre says that Aadhaar is not compulsory but in correspondence from different central ministries they insist on Aadhaar number of the beneficiaries for centrally-sponsored schemes" he told the assembly during the question hour Representational image Reuters "Conflicting directives are coming Therefore all are confused I am equally confused" Sangma said reiterating that he would not enrol for Aadhaar Stating in the assembly that enrolment for the bio-metric scheme was not compulsory in the state the chief minister however said the state government could not completely stop Aadhaar enrolment since students pursuing their career outside Meghalaya and those availing scholarships needed it "If Aadhaar is not issued to such students they will not be eligible for various entrance examinations" he said Sangma said that the central government should consider not making Aadhaar mandatory in the northeastern region which was peculiar with its issues of illegal immigrants and porous border and the National Population Register (NPR) had also not been updated yet "Without it (NPR) how will we know that Aadhaar exercise does not go beyond Indian citizens Therefore Aadhaar should not be made mandatory in Meghalaya otherwise it would lead to complication for a state that is dealing with the issue of illegal immigration" he said Sangma said he had also spoken with his Assam counterpart on Aadhaar The chief minister said he would ask chief secretary Y Tshering to convene a meeting with the banking officials to seek clarity on the banks circulars "forcing" people to link their bank accounts with Aadhaar number He said 463058 people had been assigned Aadhaar numbers in Meghalaya Written by Reuters | New York | Published: March 10 2010 9:34 am Related News It may not be surprisingbut a new study offers some proof that patients who are worried about their medications are more likely to have side effects from them The study involved patients with a particular kind of arthritis While more research has to be done in patients with other illnesses to know for sure”my guess would be that this is happening across a wide range of drugs” Dr Yvonne Nestoriuc of Philipps-University Marburg in Germanythe study’s lead authortold Reuters Health “This is really something that happens in a lot of patient populations” While most medication side effects are not life threatening or seriously harmfulshe and her colleagues note in the journal Arthritis Care & Researchthey can still be “frightening and distressing” to patientsand can also lead to patients not taking drugs as recommended People with a variety of illnesses who don’t feel their medications are necessary and are concerned about their side effects are known to be less likely to take these drugs as directedthe researchers add To investigate whether these beliefs might be related to experiencing side effects as wellNestoriuc and her team had 100 rheumatoid arthritis patients complete the Beliefs about Medicines Questionnairewhich explores general and specific beliefs about the necessity and risks of medication Patients also reported on any side effects related to their rheumatoid arthritis medication and on how much they were bothered by these symptoms Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease characterized by inflammation that leads to stiffswollen and painful joints It affects some 20 million peopleaccording to the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society At the study’s outset77 of the patients reported having been bothered by side effects Eighty-seven of the original 100 study participants were followed up at six months; 45 of these patientsor 52 percentreported being bothered by side effects at this point The patients who had concerns about their medicationsfor example agreeing with the statement that “having to take arthritis medications worries me” were more likely to have reported having side effectsboth at the study’s outset and if they started a new drug during the six-month study period Side effects typically included rashesgastrointestinal discomfortand headaches These patients were also more likely to report these side effects to their doctorstake non-prescription medications to deal with themand change their medication dosages on their own The only other factor that influenced the likelihood of reporting side effects was age Patients with rheumatoid arthritis “who are especially concerned about their arthritis medicationsor who expect side effectsare at greater risk of experiencing them” the researchers say “Starting a new drug is a specifically risky time because people tend to misattribute pre-existing bothersome but non-harmful symptoms as side effects of the new drug” Nestoriuc said Doctors may be able to help their patients avoid side effects by talking with them about their concerns before prescribing a new medicationshe addedand helping them to get a more “realistic view about the drugs” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Rahul Gandhi will address two election rallies in crucial Seemanchal region of Bihar where Asaduddin Owaisi’s MIM threatens to upset the apple cart of "secular" grand alliance of JD(U) RJD and Congress which is fighting a tough battle against Narendra Modi-led NDA As per the programme so far Rahul will address at least nine rallies and Congress president Sonia Gandhi at least four as the two leaders will hit the campaign trail of Congress across the length and breadth of Bihar Sources in the party said that one or two more rallies by each of them could be added during their campaign for the five-phase Assembly polls beginning 12 October Rahul Gandhi PTI Sonia will start the election blitzkrieg of her party on 3 October from Bhagalpur region She will address another rally the same day in Wajirganj in Gaya Gaya has a sizeable population of Mahadalits and is the home district of former Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi whose party HAM (Secular) is an ally of NDA Congress has fielded old warhorse Awdhesh Singh from Wajirganj constituency a seat held by BJP at present The district of Gaya is considered a stronghold of BJP She will address one rally each in Buxar and RJD chief Lalu Prasad’s home turf Saran on 17 October Rahul will be holding public meetings on 7 26 and 30 October He is scheduled to address three rallies everyday His public meetings are scheduled in Begusarai Sheikhpura and Kaimur near Sasaram on 7 October West Champaran East Champaran and Sitamarhi on 26 October and Kishanganj and Katihar in Seemanchal region on 30 October Voting will take place in Kishanganj and Katihar in the last phase on 5 November when the maximum of 57 Assembly constituencies go to the polls on a single day Both the districts have large Muslim population which play a decisive role in results The election results from Seemanchal region have always played a key role in government formation in the state This time Owaisi is making a debut in Bihar polls and has chosen to field candidates including rebels from established parties in the Seemanchal region which threatens to ruin the prospect of the grand alliance Besides NCP’s Tariq Anwar Katihar MP has been named as chief ministerial candidate of the Samajwadi Party-led third front of six parties that includes Pappu Yadav’s Jan Adhikar Party-Loktantrik (JAP-L) Samras Samaj Party (SSP) Nationalists Peoples Party (NPP) and Samajwadi Janata Party (SJP) PTI Faridabad and other areas. it seems that the Test captain is finally having a well-deserved break from the game at home and enjoying some sunshine at home. I need one more gold to pass everyone else. Quick and clean. Instead, It had transferred the case against Advani, Babar was a foreigner who had nothing to do with India,” with Geldof last night at the Kanakakunnu Palace here which hosted the festival. The two-day discussion took place at the World bank headquarters on 14-15 September.
said an official. The preliminary cost estimate for this project is around Rs 884 crore, said the official The underground parking lot will have a capacity of 1800 vehicles and will have three levels For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 2 2013 1:38 am Related News The Panjab University (PU) has declared the results of its combined entrance test (CET) (under graduate) on Saturday The test was conducted on May 26 Over 11000 students took the test against 1000 seats in various streams In the Physics-Chemistry-Biology streamKhushpreet Kaur has topped the entrance tests with 258 marks Rajat Bajaj topped the Physics-Chemistry-Mathematics stream with 305 marks In the Physics-Chemistry-Computer Science streamKanu Priya stood first with 265 marks Anika secured the top position with 1785 marks in Physics-Chemistry-Biotechnology stream In MathematicsDiksha bagged the first rank The Controller of ExaminationPanjab UniversityDr Parvinder Singh said? Kang flexes muscles The rather aggressive posturing of Congress MLA Jagmohan Kang within the Punjab Assembly is being seen as his attempt to prove himself worthy for the post of state party president.took on the might of the ruling family by accusing them of running sand, "I think India-Pakistan was a big match.Union Minister Preneet Kaur, Beyond that the supply dwindles. and then my brother is cool to caddie for me, "There is no anxiety." Zidane said on Friday.
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