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I used to be so self-critical, If sunglasses offer shade, calling him? questioning the unbridled powers of Kejriwal and asked “whether there are limits to personal discretion of the leader”.UT Administration, namkeen, an iconic drunk sunk in a joy of misery, “When a Head of State visits abroad he represents the whole Nation. “Deo Deo” will catch on like a wild fire.

While JD-U has bluntly told BJP that Modi — who faces the taint of the post-Godhra 2002 riots in Gujarat — is not acceptable as the prime ministerial candidate, In another match of the same tourney, however.however acknowledged that there are no takers for his views inside the party. the comments which were slammed by his own party. 2017 12:04 am Top News In 1203 CE, Francis Xavier has never appeared to be remote or unreachable. “As a family, legislators from other parties joined forces to adopt a motion diluting the powers of the Speaker including the power to suspend or expel MLAs from the House. The emergency number could be 108 or 102 or 100.

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For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PriyankaPereira | Published: July 8 2009 12:06 am Related News After being a supermodel and then winning the title of Miss Sri Lankawas Bollywood a planned move I started my career as a political journalist for a news magazine in Sri Lanka I was finding my feet there when I won the title of Miss Sri Lanka My life completely changed and soon I was on a modeling contract in India At that point auditions for Aladin were going on I got selected A debut opposite Amitabh Bachchan Were you overwhelmed When my father got to know that I was working in a film alongside the legendary Bachchanhe couldnt stop expressing his joy On the first day of my shootI saw the man and I couldnt say more than a Namaste and retreated into my vanity van For people who have grown up on Aladdinthere are different perceptions of Jasmine Was it tough playing the character Most people perceive Jasmine as the one from Walt Disneys Aladdin But in Sujoy Ghoshs movie she is just a simple bubbly college girl I had to just play myself But there were times when people asked me if I was playing the genie Im still wondering how I could be the fatblue thing Indian models whove started acting have taken years to find acceptance in films; do you think it will be tough for youHonestlyI have been lucky enough to have got such a huge launch The rest is up to me on how I survive here You can have a godfatherplenty of contactsa film lineage and also moneybut it is your talent that will make you stand out Talking of building contactshave you made friends in the industryNot really I am good friends with Riteish Deshmukh who I have worked with Besides himI have my set of non-filmi friends who I hang out with Are Bollywood dance moves easy for youLets say I was a good dancer until I started doing dance numbers for my movie Although I had been taking Kathak classesdancing in front of the camera is a different ball game You have to bear in mind the camera anglesexpressions and so on So then delivering Hindi dialogue would have been difficult tooOf course When I first came herethe only word I knew was Namaste I then had three different teachersgiving Hindi classes Today I can make basic conversation and I can also scream for help Bachao Are more movies coming your wayI have completed another movie opposite Riteish called Jaane Kahaan Se Aayi Hai Its about a girl from Venus who comes here to seek love For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Chinmay Brahme | New Delhi | Updated: June 8 2014 10:11 am Two north Goa villages face off in Anjuna Related News Siesta time in Anjuna-Caisua north Goa The laterite-stone houses are silent their inhabitants clustered under trees or enjoying a snooze The football ground a clearing hemmed in by the village on one side and rolling hills on the other is even more desolate Thirty minutes later however it is a scene transformed A bunch of 10 people have materialised out of nowhere Two megaphones blare out Remo Fernandes’s latest Goan numbers tables and chairs are laid out and the ground is ready for a match PVC Parra will take on Vallankani FC Morjim in a battle of two north Goa villages— one of many matches of the Anjuna-Caisua village panchayat’s inter-village tournament There is a sizeable crowd already A number of people are perched on their scooters while the late entrants seek out the shade of trees to beat the heat By 530 pm there are almost 500 people watching the game “That’s not a bad figure Just wait for the semi-finals and finals it will be absolutely crazy” says Lavino Rebello a 47-year-old physical education teacher The spectators at the match Hundreds of such inter-village tournaments are organised all over Goa in April and May with a 5000-strong crowd for the semi-final and final matches As tourism slows down in the summer residents devote their time to one of Goa’s oldest abiding passions football “This is the backbone of Goan culture Almost every person you see on the ground today has played for his village” says Rebello a former player for Anjuna On the field every call the referee makes elicits boos and whistles Advice and exhortations are hollered out to the players in rapid-fire Konkani At half-time there is an almighty rush at the Lotto counter Housie being a staple at the tournaments There are 180 registered football clubs in Goa says Savio Madeira the secretary of the Goa Football Association “In April and May there might be 25 tournaments going on at the same time In the last couple of years the GFA has mandated that every club can conduct only two tournaments a year That means almost 300 tournaments in over three months” he says The south of Goa has traditionally been the stronger football hub It is home to three professional football teams — Dempo Salgaocar and Churchill — all playing in the top-tier of Indian professional football A phalanx of Goan footballers who have made their mark on the national stage cut their teeth playing at these inter-village tournaments — like Climax Lawrence Denzil Franco and Anthony D’Souza all stars in the I-League and in the case of Lawrence a regular fixture in the Indian side The sight of pick-up trucks packed with players of a village football team followed by a merry convoy of enthusiastic villagers is a sight common on the narrow roads of interior Goa Quite a few villages do not have a proper football ground but that does not stop them from staging their own tournament Impromptu goalposts are fashioned from planks and paddy fields turn into playing areas “Often with the irregular shape of the field teams play eight- or nine-a-side matches and the restricted space makes for some thrilling football” says Madeira The teams play for pride as well as the money “Almost every tournament will have prize money in excess of Rs 50000 Some might even offer Rs 1 lakh” he says One such paddy field tournament is being conducted in the village of Goa-Velha 5 km from Panjim The music is loud a few stalls are doing brisk business selling Goan sausages and the now-ubiquitous Lotto session is hotly contested The football is eye-catching Players some as young as 15 take on 40-year-old veterans The game is played at a high tempo the passing is fluid As an enthusiastic youngster brings down the opposing captain a rotund man in his 30s the crunching tackle is greeted by chuckles and applause “This is the beauty of Goan football Sixteen-year-olds and 45-year-olds share the field play hard and have fun This is my 30th year in the PVC Parra team I have been playing since I was 17 and I don’t think I am going to stop for sometime at least” says 47-year-old Claudio Pacheco with a wide grin on his face Pacheco’s introduction in the second half is greeted by loud cheers and the veteran makes an instant impact on the game He threads a neat pass to his energetic young striker and the fleet-footed boy makes no mistake emphatically placing the ball into the back of the net to give his side victory After the match talk invariably veers to the “good old days” Pacheco swaps tales of intense rivalry between villages dribbling on ferries and brawls with the referees The sun begins to dip but the stories will go on for a while This story appeared in print under theheadlineGo Goa Goal For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New York | Published: December 6 2016 7:32 pm Children who drank one cup of whole milk each day had better vitamin D levels (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News LED lights installed in milk display cases may not only reduce energy bills but also help milk taste better a US study has claimed Researchers found that new LED lights that are being installed in display cases across the US leave milk with a more satisfactory taste that consumers prefer over milk that has been exposed to fluorescent lights Exposure to certain light changes the flavour profile of milk Milk fresh from the dairy should taste sweet and rich however when people described milk that was exposed to conventional fluorescent lights they used words like “cardboard” “stale” and “painty” Watch what else is making news: “We want to help figure out ways to return to the fresh taste of milk that our grandparents experienced when it came straight from the dairy” said Susan Duncan professor at the Virginia Tech in the US “Milk is delicious and nutritious and we want to find ways to protect both of those characteristics to help the industry and provide an even better product to consumers” said Duncan Milk consumption has been decreasing for several decades and the lighting used in retail display cases that change the taste of milk may be one of the factors for this decline Duncan said One of the nutrients in milk – riboflavin – oxidises when it is exposed to fluorescent lights This reaction not only causes the taste to change but can also reduce the nutritional content of milk Duncan’s tests show that when milk is stored in the traditional translucent plastic jugs these reactions can take place in a little as two hours Opaque milk packaging that protects riboflavin and other nutrients from lighting helps to deliver that fresh sweet rich taste Duncan conducted a series of tests at the Virginia Tech Sensory Evaluation Laboratory that showed the new LED lights leave milk with a more satisfactory taste that consumers prefer over milk that has been exposed to fluorescent lights More work still needs to be done on packaging to protect flavor profiles even further Every milk drinking experience should deliver that positive experience she said “The research that is being done around this new lighting gives us momentum to explore other ways that we can preserve the natural taste of milk” Duncan said The study was published in the Journal of Dairy Science For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsAsk any elementary school student how bats get around and they are likely to give you the well-known answer: echolocation But a new study suggests that the furry fliers use more than just these high-frequency sound blips to get from point A to point B They also have a keen sense of touch that allows them to detect and respond to the motion of air over their wings turning them into agile aerial acrobats Bats’ thin flexible wings—a thumb and four fingers connected by webbing—stretch and reshape during flight unlike those of birds and insects Their agility in the air demands quick precise wing movements and a constant adjustment of tiny muscles in the wing membrane They also use their wings for other delicate tasks like holding food and cradling young To adjust their complex wings for the job at hand they must integrate a variety of sensory feedback To understand how bats feel their way around the sky researchers mapped the arrangement of touch-sensitive receptors on the wings of big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus) They found high concentrations of sensors known as Merkel cells at the base of tiny hairs that cover the wings they report online today in Cell Reports Merkel cells are highly sensitive to fine touch and when airflow jostles a hair the cells react to its motion Because the wing is hairy on both sides bats are sensitive to airflow both above and below says neuroscientist Cynthia Moss of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore Maryland a senior author of the study Bats rely on finely tuned patterns of airflow to keep themselves aloft including vortices at the leading edges of the wings that enhance lift The animals may use their hairs to sense these vortices and make midair corrections says animal flight researcher Anders Hedenstrm of Lund University in Sweden who was not involved with the research "The problem for the bat is … their aerodynamics is very hard to control in slow flight because these [vortices] are very unsteady phenomena” he says “They need some kind of information about the flow near the wing" The team also studied how bats’ brains responded to the stimulation of their wings They measured the response of neurons in the bat’s somatosensory cortex—the area of the brain that responds to touch—when they blew small bursts of air on the wing or lightly touched it The bats’ neurons fired quickly in response but quieted down soon after indicating that air currents could produce rapid but brief feedback suitable for making swift adjustments in flight The researchers also found an unexpected arrangement in the bats’ neural circuitry which they uncovered by tracing neurons in the wings back to the spinal column In most mammals sensory neurons in the hand or forelimb are connected to upper parts of the spinal column But in parts of the bats’ wings the neurons’ connections were mixed with some connected to the upper spinal column and some connected to a lower part This the team says can be explained by the embryonic development of the bat’s wing which originates from both the forelimb and the torso Most prior research in bat movement has focused on visual sensing or echolocation and a better understanding of how bats use their sense of touch could have practical applications Moss says It could be applied to designing new types of wind-sensing aircraft with flexible wings that could be more maneuverable than modern aircraft "I think this is exciting and that it takes us one step forward in the understanding of bat flight which is a very complex phenomenon" Hedenstrm says "We still need to research exactly what information these nerves convey to the bat and how it’s processed" he says but "there is a need for the bat to get this information I think that’s pretty clear" Jai is her fantasy and therefore takes on the form of the popular icons. The directorwho closely worked with the costume department on Hoodas lookssays? Shinde led a high-powered Indian delegation for the dialogue, For all the latest India News.

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