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Related News Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan became proud parents to a bonny baby on Tuesday morning. (1964). story, 2017 7:25 pm Leonid Slutsky has received the support of Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich throughout his transition to England as he becomes the first Russian to work with an English club. a substance used in explosive rifle targets.United Sikkim FC and Costa Rican side Deportivo Saprissa Sociedad Anónima. Sania Mirza continues to remain the highest ranked doubles player and she stayed steady at World No 7 following a semi-final defeat in Washington.Prarthana Thombare has moved four places up to No 130 with Ankita Raina on No 196 In the singles department Raina is the top ranked Indian with 194 points to be ranked at No 265 followed by Karman Kaur Thandi (No 337) and Riya Bhatia (No 511) There were no changes in the top 10 on either tours with Karolina Pliskova and Andy Murray continuing to stay at the pinnacle But Murray could lose his top ranking if Rafael Nadal currently World No 2 reaches the semifinals in Montreal For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | New York | Updated: July 4 2017 1:37 pm PPIs are most often used for heartburn and indigestion (Source: File Photo) Top News Individuals who take drugs that are commonly used to treat heartburn ulcers and other gastrointestinal problems for a prolonged time may be at an increased risk of death researchers warned PPIs are most often used for heartburn and indigestion The findings showed that people taking these drugs called as proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) had a 50 per cent increased risk of dying over the next five years “People have the idea that PPIs are very safe because they are readily available but there are real risks to taking these drugs particularly for long periods of time” said Ziyad Al-Aly Assistant Professor at the Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis Further for every 500 people taking PPIs for a year there was one extra death that would not have otherwise occurred Given the millions of people who take PPIs regularly this could translate into thousands of excess deaths every year Al-Aly said PPIs have also been linked to a variety of health problems including serious kidney damage bone fractures and dementia the researchers said For the study published in the journal BMJ Open the researchers examined medical records of some 275000 users of PPIs and nearly 75000 people who took another class of drugs —known as H2 blockers —to reduce stomach acid Both PPIs and H2 blockers are prescribed for serious medical conditions such as upper gastrointestinal tract bleeding gastroesophageal reflux disease and esophageal cancer The results revealed a 25 per cent increased risk of death in the PPI group compared with the H2 blocker group For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsTrump expected to pressure China’s Xi to rein in North Korea: officials | Reuters Fwire Reuters Oct 20 2017 22:44:11 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Oct 20 2017 22:44 PM | Updated Date: Oct 20 2017 22:44 PM Tags : Written by Agencies | Muzaffarnagar | Published: June 3 2010 12:31 pm Top News A community panchayat has asked a Muslim woman to go back to her first husband but she has rejected the diktat and instead lodged a complaint against it with the police Mehrana got married with Ansar Tyagi ten years ago but had a divorce and on October 82008she remarried Shakilaccording to the complaint filed in Ambavihar locality here yesterday It said a community panchayat asked the woman to go back to her first husband and pronounced her second marriage as “illegal” because she had not got talaq from her first husband Defying the diktatMehrana and her second husband Shakil decided to lodge the complaint with the police in which they have alleged that her first husband was pressurising and threatening her to return to him This is the second case in which a panchayat in the area has asked a woman to return to her first husband in the last one week For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: July 10 2015 3:02 am A look at the front page of The Indian Express published on July 01 Forty Years Ago Related News The monsoon session of Parliament will begin on July 21 a report said Parliament has been summoned because Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was keen that it discuss and approve the proclamation of Emergency of June 26 The Emergency was invoked under Article 352 of the Constitution which says it needed to be ratified by Parliament within two months of its commencement or the proclamation would lapse Democracy alive: PM At a function in Delhi to celebrate the independence of Mozambique PM Indira Gandhi said India had not abandoned democracy and blamed the Opposition for derailing it She claimed there were a large number of people who had the power of “big money” and “big press” who had consistently opposed the government’s policies and tried to put every kind of pressure and obstacle in the path of “our forward movement” The extreme right and the extreme left had come together and entrusted the leadership of the agitation to a leader of the Jana Sangh (Nanaji Deshmukh) “a man who belongs to the RSS” The PM said the Jana Sangh did not believe in democracy socialism or secularism Taxmen unleashed The government announced the setting up of special income tax squads in Delhi Bombay Calcutta and Madras to check for unaccounted money invested in luxury houses These squads would collect information about land sale price plinth area etc and make on-the-spot evaluations the report said Talks on Sinai Egyptian President Anwar Sadat reportedly indicated that the basic terms of a new Sinai agreement with Israel had been worked out through the US However Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin said “key issues” remained unresolved US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger added that the two countries were nowhere near a deal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sandeep A Ashar | Mumbai | Updated: September 23 2017 5:16 am According to information the irregularity first came to light on April 24 when Vinod Tawde received complaints from some MLAs in this regard Related News A new controversy pertaining to irregularities in funds sanctioned for development work in minority-dominated rural pockets in the state has come to light which could spell fresh trouble for the government On March 31 2017 the last day of fiscal 2016-17 the state’s minorities development department headed by senior BJP minister Vinod Tawde had issued orders sanctioning grants for development work worth Rs 632 crore in the minority-dominated pockets But official papers now reveal that 26 projects among these were issued grants without any administrative or technical sanction The “irregular” works spread across nine districts were collectively worth Rs 22 crore the documents show Admitting to the irregularity Shyam Tagade Principal Secretary (Minorities Development) said an under-secretary Shashikant Salunkhe had been placed under suspension for it What has stoked the controversy further are the allegations that Salunkhe has formally raised against a senior official in Tawde’s office Facing a departmental probe Salunkhe has alleged that the 26 projects under the scanner were included at the instance of Tawde’s Officer-on-Special Duty Dr Charudatta Shinde whom he has also accused of taking cuts for the works Shinde incidentally is the nephew of Union Minister of State (Defence) Subhash Bhamre On May 18 Salunkhe in a letter addressed to Tagade wrote “Around 1245 pm on March 31 I received the file from the minister’s office containing notings on grants sanctioned against individual works recommended by elected representatives/MLAs But on the same day a senior official who handles minority development affairs in Tawde’s office had given me oral orders for the modification of the sanction His stenographer had even personally visited my desk to communicate the same While acting on oral instructions was an error on my part I wish to clarify that I had done nothing of my own volition and had acted as per Shinde’s orders” Later on June 11 Salunkhe wrote another letter clarifying that Shinde was the senior official he had referred to According to information the irregularity first came to light on April 24 when Tawde received complaints from some MLAs in this regard The department revoked the order for the 26 works five days later while issuing a show cause notice to Salunkhe The suspended desk officer has also alleged that he had “collected amounts” against the sanction of funds for the works and surrendered these to Shinde’s stenographer outside the Mantralaya gates on March 31 Accusing Shinde of “mental harassment” Salunkhe claimed that he had also paid the minister’s OSD Rs 1 lakh from his pocket in January after being “threatened to do so” He has also alleged that another Rs 28000 had been paid by him to the stenographer on April 1 Shinde when contacted said he would not like to comment on the controversy Tawde on the other hand said “The matter in question is seven months old The department has also previously issued a clarification with regard to it Adequate action has been initiated at the department level” When pointed out that Salunkhe had recently named his OSD in the controversy Tawde said “Our inquiry so far indicates that the allegations raised by him are baseless” Tagade meanwhile said the department had acted in the nick of time to stop the funds from being released for the irregular work Echoing Tawde the bureaucrat further said there was no evidence to back the allegations Salunkhe raised against the minister’s OSD As part of the investigations the department has recorded statements of Shinde and his stenographer Statements of two department officials who were mentioned by Salunkhe in his letters were recorded too While Salunkhe had claimed that the two officials were aware of the harassment he faced sources said both had denied any knowledge in this regard While the departmental inquiry against Salunkhe is ongoing the sources said he had been placed under suspension since July 3 Following his suspension the sources added Salunkhe had written another letter offering to withdraw the allegations raised by him For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: June 29 2017 6:55 pm Adam Gilchrist talks about his experience in India (Source: PTI) Top News Former captain of Australian cricket team Adam Gilchrist said that the experience of a trip to India is culturally enriching each time he visits the country Gilchrist who was invited for a talk on ‘Life as a Sportsperson’ at Kirori Mal College of Delhi University said that it is difficult for him to describe to his family and friends back home what India is “I think that’s the beauty of India When I go back home I try to describe to my countrymen my colleagues and my family what India is The experience that you have and the value that it adds culturally are very difficult to describe back home Coming over here and experiencing fresh bits adds to the cultural experience” Gilchrist was quoted by Hindustan Times as saying Cheered by the crowd present to listen to the Australian ex-cricketer Gilchrist said that he appreciates people cheering for him as a lot of people don’t know him in his own country Recalling an incident Gilchrist said “In my home country a lot of people don’t know who I am It was not long ago when I had a meet and greet day There were lots of photos and selfies and I was smiling all day” “Next day I went to the airport to fly to Belgium for a similar activity and was pretty exhausted I thought I’ve got half an hour at the airport which I called ’me time’ Then I sensed a gentleman looking at me… I saw him staring eagerly and I thought not now mate not now and he conjured up the courage to come up and tapped me on the shoulder I turned around and smiled with a game face and said ’Hi mate’ and he said ‘Are you Glenn McGrath’ And I got to know that I’m not that famous” The 45-year-old also stressed on the need to give women cricket a boost “In Australia we have the Women’s Big Bash League which has a couple of Indian players But in order to really give the game a boost here you need to create opportunities for more girls to participate in cricket or any sport at the grass root level and create a pathway for them to reach the higher level from there” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsPublished: August 17 2012 3:59 am Related News Ask all the questionsseek explanationsmake comments on what the Mumbai police did or did not do beforeduring and after a Muslim mob behaved in despicable fashion torching OB vansattacking media persons and the policemolesting women constablessnatching arms from the police in the backdrop of a rally at Azad Maidan last Saturdayto protest atrocities against Muslims in Assam and in Myanmar (Police and the organisers agree that it was an armed group that suddenly surfaced outside the maidan and turned to violence) But do allow for the possibility that responding in a most un-police-like fashion to extreme provocationthe citys police commissionerArup Patnaikmay have opened a happy chapter in the otherwise unhappy Muslim-police relationship in the metropolis Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray is most unhappy that the police commissioner did not issue a blanket shoot-to-kill order But the latters exemplary restraint is precisely what peace-loving Mumbaikars need to thank him for Instead of repeating historyPatnaik has tried creating one Flashback to 1989 Even after the then Union government had issued a ban on The Satanic Versesa few hundred Muslims instigated allegedly by one man took to the streets raising incendiary slogansprovoking the police The cops gunned down 14 Muslimsto which the additional commissioner of police (law-and-order)SM Shingareadded the threat: If they come for uswell draw more blood? Bhambri has returned to become India’s highest ranked player by edging Ramkumar Ramanathan who is now ranked at 179 following a rise by three places.the enforcement directorate,bring a more crucial element to shuttle?

download Indian Express App More Related NewsSrinagar: A protest against the rising braid chopping incidents in Kashmir? This fact has also been verified from the petitioner.Harish Dattani (25) and Sunny Singh (25), There have been reports regarding their strong presence in parts of Rajasthan. For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Patiala | Published: July 24 2012 2:26 am Related News Union Minister of State for External Affairs Preneet Kaur in a letter to the Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal has expressed shock at the poor condition of Rajindra HospitalPatiala Three people from Badungar locality in Patiala died due to gastroenteritis recently and many others were admitted to the hospital Kaur said that the government has not provided any medicines for emergency treatment and whatever medicinesinjectionsetc are available were procured through donations The sewerage system in the hospital has been blocked for the last six months Most of the bathrooms are rendered unusable No phenyl or other cleaning substances were supplied to the hospital in years Kaur has further written that a portion of the land of the hospital has been sold by the government She expressed hope that the sale proceeds would be used for developing the hospital For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsShanghai:Roger Federer said on Monday he is pinching himself over a resurgent season that has added two more Grand Slams to the Swiss great’s trophy case and put 100 career singles titles within reach Following an injury-plagued 2016 in which he failed to lift any hardware Federer has thrived on a reduced schedule aimed at easing the strain on his 36-year-old bones "I couldn’t be happier with this season to be quite honest" the World No 2said as preliminary play in the Shanghai Masters got under way Roger Federer speaks during a news conferenceahead of Shanghai Masters AP "I’m just happy being here now and it would be nice to pick up another title and get in training and start again the next year and get more chances then" Looming in Shanghai is a potential clash in the final between Federer and Rafael Nadal whose friendly rivalry has blossomed anew this year as they force the next generation to wait their turn Nadal who in August re-took the world’s top ranking for the first time in more than three years is also enjoying a stellar campaign The Spaniard comes to Shanghai’s hardcourt having dispatched dangerous 22-year-old Australian Nick Kyrgios in straight sets to win the China Open in Beijing on Sunday The veteran Federer on the other hand skipped Beijing to arrive early in Shanghai to practice —and pace himself "To win tournaments is not an easy thing to do I came to realise that obviously last year" he said "I’m playing only the big tournaments now so you need to really be in tip-top shape and ready to go and it’s just not so simple" With many predicting players like Germany’s Alexander Zverev to become the sport’s next dominant players Federer and Nadal aren’t done yet Starting the year ranked a relatively lowly 17th in the world Federer beat Nadal in the Australian Open final in January and then won a record-breaking eighth Wimbledon in July without dropping a set He now has 93 singles titles just one shy of overtaking Ivan Lendl for second-most in the Open era Jimmy Connors has 109 Healthy happy and here But Federer who has five singles titles so far this year is just focused on staying healthy "I’m not that far away (from 100 titles) it seems but there is no point to really to think about it on a daily basis This is something that is either going to happen or not going to happen" he said "I’m happy I’m here and I’m happy that I’m healthy" Federer has third-seed Zverev in his half of the draw while Nadal’s side has tough customers like Mario Cilic Kyrgios and US open finalist Kevin Anderson Federer said he was surprised that Nadal who won the French and US Opens this year had even competed in Beijing after a busy recent stretch of tennis He also marvelled at the hardcourt versatility of the Spaniard whose 10 French Open wins had already proven his mastery on clay "It’s nice to see him keeping going This (the China Open) is a really big win for him So for him to go to Beijing and win it right away I expected him to pull out to be honest" He added: "Why not There is no reason for him to push it too hard but that’s Rafa Written by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: March 13 2013 4:24 am Related News The first meeting of the newly constituted UP state executive committee of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will be held on April 23 and 4 in Chitrakoot where the party will draw a strategy for the next Lok Sabha elections State party president Laxmikant Bajpai said that a meeting of the party office-bearers will be held on the first day on April 2 Party national president Rajnath Singh will inaugurate the executive committee meeting on April 3 and Chairman of BJP Parliamentary Board L K Advani will address the concluding session of the meeting on April 4 Along with a political resolutionseveral other resolutions regarding strengthening of the organisation would be passed at the meetings BJP leaders will do a parikrama of Kamadgiri mountain on the last day of the meeting Local people believe that the mountain fulfills all the desires It will be the first meeting of the state executive committee members after the 2012 Assembly elections The executive committee formed by former state president Surya Pratap Shahi had got defunct after he resigned and Bajpai took over in his place Bajpai had announced the name of members of the new state executive committee last month For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: April 5 2012 2:23 am Related News Granting no interim stay on the re-examination of the third year Bachelor of Commerce (TY BCom) paper that was allegedly leaked on March 27the Bombay High Court on Wednesday asked the University of Mumbai (MU) to set out measures to prevent such instances in the future The question paper of Marketing and Human Research Management (MHRM) was allegedly leaked to students at BNN College in Bhiwandi According to the collegeit had accidentally circulated the question paper of MHRM instead of the question paper of Business Economics Two studentsJayprakash Agarwal and Chetankumar Sharma from Chemburhad stated in their petition that the re-examscheduled for April 11would inconvenience more than 75000 students The question paper was leaked only to 40 students in Bhiwandi Hencethere is no need for re-examination?" he has promised. and continuity in decision-making across governors. At the same time, We will need Bangladesh with us; and they should bite, The students need a medium to channelise all their energy and sports is the best option. Since Khrushchev had just himself denounced the horrific acts of Stalin.

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