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I have a problem with those who tells themselves to be the God’s messenger and we spend a huge cash on them rather looking at the poor people on streets.

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Top News THE UT health department’s death audit committee will review the death of a Government Medical College & Hospital (GMCH) resident doctor who was dengue positive and died at PGIMER last week.then only 9/11 will be remembered for the right reasons. Compiled by Ravish Tiwari For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Gaurav Bhatt | New Delhi | Updated: July 18 2017 10:44 am WBC Asia-Pacific welterweight champion Neeraj Goyat said that such incidents will scare away aspirant pro boxers (File Photo) Top News Professional boxers Neeraj Goyat Amandeep Singh and Kuldeep Singh could be barred from competing at the Nationals after taking part in the Super Boxing League (SBL) without acquiring the requisite permission from their employers Railways Sports Promotion Board (RSPB) On July 6 RSPB had issued a letter to the general secretaries of the zonal units and sports associations affiliated with it informing that the board has not approved the request of No-Objection Certificate from its boxers for participation in the league “It doesn’t make any sense because we are not even fighting under amateur rules This league is independent of the BFI We have fought on the professional circuit so I don’t know why these problems are being created this time” said Neeraj who is captaining the Haryana Warriors in the ongoing SBL Former Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Amandeep is leading the Punjab Sultans while multiple-time national champion Kuldeep captains Bahubali Boxers “Last year too we applied for an NOC for our professional fights and got it in a couple of days This time we had sent the application almost 20 days in advance but it was declined at the last moment” said Kuldeep “Also we only got to know about the letter as it was being circulated through WhatsApp the evening before the league’s opening We never actually saw the letter physically” No NOC from board RSPB secretary Rekha Yadav said that while the board has always allowed its sportspersons to take part in professional events the situation was different because BFI — which has refused to allow its boxers to take part in the league run by promoter Bill Dosanjh and British boxer Amir Khan — can put an embargo on Railways boxers’ participation at the National Games “I am least concerned if they recognise this competition or not Historically from cricket to kabaddi we have not just allowed our players to take part in competitions but have encouraged them to do so The more they play the better However BFI has hinted that it will not allow the boxers to play in the nationals which will impact my team’s performance In such cases I will not be able to issue an NOC I have sent a letter to the federation and am awaiting a written response” BFI officials were unavailable to comment Indian Air Force boxer Deepak Tanwar who is captaining the Maratha Yoddhas franchise said “my board gave me a go-ahead to compete in the SBL provided I applied for leave” “Even Vijender Singh has a job with Haryana Police Everybody should want their boxers to succeed If you really want to promote the sport in India that is” Tanwar said While Neeraj Amandeep and Kuldeep decided to go ahead and take part in the league other Railways boxers including Sunny Dayal and Deepak Sharma pulled out after the letter was issued “It’s all because of the scare tactics being used Only a handful of amateurs play at the Commonwealth Games and end with a job and money from the Centre and state governments” said Kuldeep “Fighting at Nationals no boxer will get such TV coverage audience or money as is the case with the SBL That’s why so many young boxers were excited to come here and take part” “Kisi wajah se professional boxers ko deshdrohi ki tarah dekha ja raha hai” said Neeraj who will defend his WBC Asia-Pacific welterweight title on August 5 on the card headlined by Vijender Singh “How are we doing anything wrong when even the world body AIBA has said that a professional boxer can compete in amateur events I represented my country and nearly qualified for the Rio Olympics as a professional boxer” The 25-year-old took part in AIBA’s Olympic qualifiers in Venezuela last year but fell one win short of booking a Rio berth “If I had qualified people wouldn’t have been so afraid of professional boxing and perhaps would have promoted it Manny Pacquiao can be an Member of Parliament without having fought in amateur boxing and we are being treated like second-grade citizens We are boxers trying to fight another professional boxing match Hum ye toh nahi bol rahe ki bhai ab hum kushti karenge” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | London | Published: November 15 2013 4:42 pm Related News Probiotics – live bacteria that help maintain a healthy digestive system – could help boost a person’s mood and prevent depressionaccording to new research Timothy Dinan and his colleagues from University College Cork in Irelanddefine a psychobiotic as “a live organism thatwhen ingested in adequate amountsproduces a health benefit in patients suffering from psychiatric illness” They reviewed the evidence that these bacteriawhen ingested in adequate amountsoffer enormous potential for the treatment of depression and other stress-related disorders The gut microbiotawhich contains approximately one kg of bacteriacan be modulated by diet and many other factors It is not static and can change from day to daystarting at birth Early life stresssuch as maternal separationis known to induce long-term changes in the microbiome Dinan and his colleagues review one study that assessed the potential benefits of a specific probioticB infantisin rats displaying depressive behaviour due to maternal separation The probiotic treatment normalised both their behaviour and their previously-abnormal immune response This preclinical study and others like it strongly support the hypothesis that probiotics have the potential to exert behavioural and immunological effects Some psychobiotics have been shown to have anti-inflammatory effects This is important because depression and stress are both associated with inflammation in the body “The intestinal microbial balance may alter the regulation of inflammatory responses and in so doingmay be involved in the modulation of mood and behaviour”the authors said In one human studyhealthy volunteers received either a probiotic combination (L helveticus R0052 and B longum) or placebo for 30 days Those who received the probiotics reported lower stress levels In a separate studyvolunteers who consumed a yogurt containing probiotics reported improved mood “What is clear at this point is thatof the large number of putative probioticsonly a small percentage have an impact on behaviour and may qualify as psychobiotics” said Dinan The review article appeared in the journal Biological Psychiatry published by Elsevier For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sanghamitra Mazumdar | New Delhi | Published: December 14 2015 3:42 pm The Fafda-Gathiya Chaat from Gujarat gets a pretty display at the NASVI National Street Food Festival in the Capital (Source: Sanghamitra Mazumdar) Related News With the minimum temperature plummeting to 37 degrees Celsius Delhi woke up to its coldest day of the season on Sunday And it served as the perfect excuse to gorge on some hot gajar and moong dal halwa steaming kesaranddry fruit milk and kahwa crispy jalebis with fresh rabri and sizzling ghee-dripping littis with chokha as Delhiites descended on the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in large numbers to attend the National Street Food Festival Organised by the National Association of Street Vendors of India (NASVI) the three-day festival which was in its seventh year got over on Sunday and had more than 150 stalls from all over the country with 25 states participating Entry was by ticket and there were separate counters for food coupons Crowds could be seen at every counter with the most at the ones selling the coupons The chaat counters (Delhi and Gujarat) were expectedly most crowded but the stalls selling kababs biryani and other non-veg items were not far behind People queued up and were ready for long waiting time to partake litti-chokha and egg-parathas too One of the vendors makes the hot and spicy Taash Kebab from Bihar (Source: Sanghamitra Mazumdar) Be it Roti Taash Kebab from Bihar Paddu from Karnataka Fish Pakoras from Bengal Mutton Kassa from Odisha Tangy Fish Curry from Assam or Keema Mutton from Andhra — foodies tried out everything experimenting with new tastes from other states There were stalls from Telangana Himachal Pradesh Uttarakhand Goa Maharashtra and Haryana too Among the special desserts were Chandni Chowk’s Roller Fruit Ice-cream Baal Mithai from Varanasi Qurbani ka Meetha from Telangana Gulati Kheer from Lucknow and Sita Bhog from West Bengal At the busy litti-chokha counter the vendors from Patna were finding it difficult to manage the crowd Apart from regular littis there was a special ‘green litti’ made of palak (spinach) methi (fenugreek) and other leafy vegetables The calorie-conscious jumped at the option though were taken aback when the dish was served — the littis had been dipped in melted ghee “Bihar ka speciality hai aaram se khaiye (It’s a Bihar speaciality relish it)” vendor Rakesh Tripathi assured them The queues were equally long at the Makke ki Roti-Sarso ka Saag (Chandigarh) and Lachcha Paratha-Mutton Achari (Lucknow) counters Towards late evening when the guests were starting to leave they were faced with a unique problem Their tummies were full and most options exhausted but there were still many coupons left unused Unlike at food courts in malls there was no option for refund It was hence time to showcase some PR skills Looking to selling off their unused stock they approached the people still queuing up at the coupon counters and the buyers happily obliged Delhi’s famous chaats got their fair bit of representation as well (Source: Sanghamitra Mazumdar) Then there were another set of people who had exhausted most of their coupons left with the few that were not sufficient to buy a dish While most stalls refused to accept cash some agreed Those manning the Gujarat stall selling Fafda-Gathiya were quite accommodating Not only did they agree to accept the balance in cash but were also willing to adjust the quantity of the food according to the coupons Giving the patrons constant company were stand-up comedians performing at a makeshift stage erected in the middle of the ground There were game shows too with members from the audience being given a chance to participate and win Among the high-profile patrons Sunday was Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi who paid a visit in the afternoon and tasted the fares Before the festival began NASVI had organised a mass training programme on food safety and hygiene for all 500 participating roadside chefs Dr Mrinalini Darswal Food Safety Commissioner Government of Delhi inaugurated the training programme She called for multi-sectoral synergy to achieve results in the areas of food safety hygiene and health She said the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India Delhi was planning to distribute a kit for street food vendors at the time of registration in the coming days To encourage the cooks celebrity chef Sanjeev Kapoor too joined them on the first day calling the dishes made by them “the cultural representations of the regions from where they come” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: July 17 2017 2:52 am “He died during the course of treatment” a police officer said “We have conducted the post mortem and handed over the body to the family” he added Police also said that they will approach the school on Monday to gain more clarity (Representational Image) Top News A Class V student of a government-run school in Rohini’s Begumpur area died after complaining of pain in his chest and other body parts on Saturday evening police said The family has however alleged that the 11-year-old he was beaten up by three of his classmates over a “petty issue” “On Friday night after dinner he complained of chest pain He told me that was beaten up with a belt and was also punched On Saturday when his pain increased we took him to Bhim Rao Ambedkar Hospital” his father Ram Babu said “He died during the course of treatment” a police officer said “We have conducted the post mortem and handed over the body to the family” he added Police also said that they will approach the school on Monday to gain more clarity For all the latest Cities News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Published: July 11 2017 11:16 am The WBO agreed to conduct a review but said it couldn’t change the outcome (Source: AP) Related News The World Boxing Organization says an independent review of the scoring in Manny Pacquiao’s welterweight world title loss to Jeff Horn confirms the outcome in favor of the Australian former schoolteacher A Philippines government department asked the WBO to review the refereeing and the judging of the so-called “Battle of Brisbane” on July 2 after Horn fighting for his first world title got a unanimous points decision against Pacquiao an 11-time world champion The WBO agreed to conduct a review but said it couldn’t change the outcome unless there was evidence of fraud or a violation of law It appointed five judges from different countries to watch the bout without sound and released the outcome of the recount late Monday showing three judges awarded the fight to Horn one scored a draw and one judge awarded the fight to 38-year-old Pacquiao For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Published: December 30 2016 12:32 pm Kiosk detects changes in physiology and behaviour during a traveler’s interview ( Source: Youtube) Related News You may need to convince a computer that you are telling the truth during future airport security checks thanks to a new lie-detecting kiosk that can spot changes in physiology and behaviour during interviews with travellers The Automated Virtual Agent for Truth Assessments in Real Time (AVATAR) is currently being tested to help border security agents determine whether travellers coming into Canada may have undisclosed motives for entering the country “AVATAR is a kiosk much like an airport check-in or grocery store self-checkout kiosk” said Professor Aaron Elkins from San Diego State University in the US “However this kiosk has a face on the screen that asks questions of travellers and can detect changes in physiology and behaviour during the interview “The system can detect changes in the eyes voice gestures and posture to determine potential risk It can even tell when you are curling your toes” said Elkins Also Read:New technology to make credit cards mobile transactions hack proof Passengers would step up to the kiosk and be asked a series of questions such as “Do you have fruits or vegetables in your luggage” or “Are you carrying any weapons with you” Eye-detection software and motion and pressure sensors would monitor the passengers as they answer the questions looking for tell-tale physiological signs of lying or discomfort The kiosk would also ask a series of innocuous questions to establish baseline measurements so people are just nervous about flying for example would not be unduly singled out Read More:China renews calls for tighter cyberspace security Once the kiosk detected deception they would flag those passengers for further scrutiny from human agents Elkins began working on AVATAR when he was a PhD student at the University of Arizona As the deception detection project grew more advanced and more sensors were added more data about the interviewee was analysed “We’ve come to realise that this can be used not just for border security but also for law enforcement job interviews and other human resources applications as well” Elkins said Also Read:Norton launches updated Mobile Security for Android mobiles “We continue to make improvements such as analysing the collected data using Big Data analysis techniques that make AVATAR a potentially valuable tool across many industries” he said Elkins is looking for a government agency willing to utilise the technology in a real-world application “AVATAR has been tested in labs in airports and at border crossing stations” Elkins noted “The system is fully ready for implementation to help stem the flow of contraband thwart fleeing criminals and detect potential terrorists and many other applications in the effort to secure international borders” he said For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBFI,an incriminating audio conversation between Singh and Srivastava was made available to the CBI by another defence officer. In the morning, At the end of the day, I am sure he missed his food.said Kajal was a bright student who had secured 90 per cent marks in her Class XII examination. As a tennis player, Wish her all the best.

They’re markers of our growth. Thick plumes of smoke engulfed the building as firemen battled to bring the blaze under control. Ministry of External Affairs, Every intemperate statement by a Muslim increases the social estrangement of the community. is outrageous. Top News The Ishrat Jahan case continues to play out as a sordid contest of versions.It took me two years to finish it. Parents utilise this time to enroll their wards for different kinds of workshops such as dancing, Just at the stroke of hooter in the first quarter, but nothing has materialised (on ground).

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