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As per FAQs, 2,boundary walls and desks. Failure to plug the gaps delayed India’s achievement, 2016 12:16 pm A view of Elante Mall. supporting various causes such as education,000 runners in various categories. The Congress is struggling to recover from the loss of its aam aadmi slogan,military tasks more quickly. but we would like to take a lot from the three games.
1917. contains “filthy propaganda” against him and his outfit. Congressional Republicans also have sought to halt federal money to Planned Parenthood. Roughly 230 U.Y. adopted a nearly 4-year-old girl from a Russian orphanage in 2004 despite warnings that the child Elaina had fetal alcohol syndrome “We fell in love with her on our first trip” Waldman said “Even with challenges we wanted her” Over the ensuing years tutors behavioral therapists and speech therapists worked with Elaina helping her overcome many of the impediments that had delayed her development Now in 7th grade Elaina is thriving according to her mother with many friends and a spot on a local swim team Waldman is frustrated that stories of troubled adoptions in the US have gained prominence in Russia while less attention is paid to the fact that most adoptions of Russian children go well “Yes there are some horror stories” she said “But Americans properly screened can provide wonderful loving homes for those children who otherwise have little hope” Elaina answering questions by email said she hopes for a career working with animals perhaps as a veterinary technician As for the ban Elaina wrote “I think it is sad because I want other Russian kids to have the same chance at finding a great forever family in America as I did” ___ For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: ANI | Washington Dc | Published: August 23 2016 1:17 pm Parents should encourage their children to eat a balanced diet and to exercise for fitness not weight loss (Source: Pixabay) Top News A Stanford University Medical Center study has found out one approach that can prevent both obesity and eating disorders in teenagers Scientific evidence summarised in the new recommendations shows that physicians and parents can ward off problems at both ends of the weight spectrum by avoiding focusing teens’ attention on weight or dieting and instead encouraging a healthy balanced lifestyle The guidelines were developed in response to growing concern about teenagers’ use of unhealthy methods to lose weight Teens who use these methods may not fit doctors’ or parents’ image of eating-disorder patients since most are not excessively thin However their quick substantial weight loss can trigger medical consequences seen in people with anorexia nervosa such as an unstable heart rate Read More “This is a dangerous category of patient because they’re often missed by physicians At some point these patients may have had a real need to lose weight but things got out of control” said lead author Neville Golden The new recommendations include five evidence-based strategies that pediatricians and parents can use to help teenagers avoid both obesity and eating disorders and apply to all teens not just those with weight problems Three recommendations focus on behaviours to avoid dieting and “weight talk” commenting on their own weight or their child’s weight Two recommendations focus on behaviours to promote eating regular meals together and parents should help their children develop a healthy body image by encouraging them to eat a balanced diet and to exercise for fitness not weight loss “Scientific evidence increasingly shows that for teenagers dieting is bad news” Golden said adding “It’s not unusual for us to see young people who have rapidly lost a lot of weight but are not healthy; they end up in the hospital attached to a heart monitor with unstable vital signs” Negative comments about weight can also be detrimental to a teen’s health which the lead author explained as “Mothers who talk about their own bodies and weights can inadvertently encourage their kids to have body dissatisfaction which we see in half of teen girls and a quarter of boys” Such dissatisfaction is associated with lower levels of physical activity and with use of vomiting laxatives and diuretics to control weight The new advice is important in part because although childhood obesity rates have begun to drop obesity rates in adolescents have not declined Helping teens maintain healthy weights without veering toward obesity or an eating disorder is more challenging than it is for young children This study has been published in Pediatrics For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | West Vancouver | Published: April 10 2017 11:49 am India women’s hockey team qualified for World League semi-final (Source: Twitter) Top News India defeated Chile in the shoot-out in a pulsating contest to win the Women’s Hockey World League Round 2 and qualify for the World League Semi-final in West Vancouver The match went into the shoot-out after both the teams were locked at 1-1 at the end of regulation time on Sunday In the shootout Indian goalkeeper Savita came up with a stunning display to help her side emerge winners Savita who was adjudged the goalkeeper of the tournament was outstanding under the bar as she denied scoring chances to Kim Jacob and Josefa Villalabeitia which gave India a head start in the shootout Skipper Rani and Monika converted their chances to give India a 2-0 lead in the shoot-out Chile’s Carolina Garcia then scored from their third attempt but Deepika found the net to seal the match for India Despite conceding an early goal in the fifth minute when Maria Maldonado scored for Chile the Indian eves stayed upbeat in their pursuit for the title Thank you to all women’ hockey fan’s for your support ?? #IndianTigers qualification for #WorldCup2018 @TheHockeyIndia pictwittercom/lGP6Bnh31F — Poonam Rani Malik 15 (@PoonamHockey) April 10 2017 The Indians came up with good defensive structure to keep Chile from scoring again Though India earned their first penalty corner in the 22nd minute the effort was saved by Chile goalkeeper Claudia Schuler Chile continued to stay in lead until the third quarter when Anupa Barla successfully converted a penalty corner in the 41st minute to level the scores The fourth quarter saw both the teams press hard for goals and Indian striker Rani came close to converting a field goal in the dying minute of the match but her strong backhand shot was saved by Claudia “It was a very good match and we are happy with the way we played Chile was a tough side to beat and we really had to keep ourselves motivated to keep pushing for a goal after they took an early lead It was a challenging tournament for us with difficult weather conditions as it rained for a few days but we are extremely thrilled that we are through to the World League Semi-Final” said India skipper Rani after winning the final For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: January 9 2016 3:45 pm Khloe Kardashian said she knows how to “balance” her career and personal life (Source: Reuters) Related News Reality TV star Khloe Kardashian says her relationship with James Harden is her “priority” The “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star and the NBA basketball star have been plagued by rumours their romance is on the rocks but the 31-year-old TV personality insisted she knows how to “balance” her career and personal life reported ET Online “I do like to put my relationships a priority But I’m a really good multi-tasker and I just know how to balance out Even if it’s just a 48-hour trip As long as you get that time in then it works “I think keeping it a little private too has really helped us Mystery is good” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Meghna Malik | Chandigarh | Published: February 8 2016 8:37 am This year around 23000 students will be taking the class X examination in the Tricity (Express Photo) Related News With the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) having introduced the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) for class X in 2011 more and more students in the city are opting for school-based examinations as compared to the board-based exams As per the data from the CBSE regional office the participation in board-based examinations has decreased over the last few years In 2015 out of the 22511 Tricity students who had appeared for the class X examination 12414 students had opted for the school-based examination whereas only 10097 students had appeared for the board-based examination This year around 23000 students will be taking the class X examination in the Tricity “It is up to the students to decide whether they want to take the board-based exams or the internal exams About 60 per cent students are now opting for the school-based exams” says R J Khanderao regional director of CBSE Heads of CBSE schools in the city believe that the school-based examination system is actually functioning for the benefit of the students In the majority of cases students opt for the board-based examination in case they want to change schools or boards after class X or are likely to go abroad to study “At St John’s 99 per cent students opt for the internal examination since they feel more comfortable taking their exams in a familiar environment Going to an alien environment tends to put pressure on the students In the majority of the cases students continue at the school even after class X so they just opt for the school-based examination” says Kavita Das principal of St John’s High School “When my child has the option of taking the school-based exam why would I want him to go through the unwanted stress of having to take an external examination Either way the set question paper is approved by the board so it ensures that a good and challenging question paper is given to the students” says Vandana Gill parent of a student appearing for the class X board examination this year However some school heads maintain that students are more likely to become careless with their preparation if exams are conducted internally A B S Sidhu director of Saupin’s School where more students prefer taking the board-based examination says “An independent body should decide the result of the students instead of their own school leaving no room for favouritism” Currently the CBSE system is also known to be more rigorous than the internal assessment Despite these claims of schools opting for internal examinations to make their results appear better Reema Dewan principal of Delhi Public School who is also the city coordinator for CBSE’s Evidence of Assessment panel says “Why would any school dilute the difficulty level for an examination That will only impact the standard of its own class XI and eventually affect the class XII board result” She adds that an efficient system of checks is in place to ensure that the entire process goes on smoothly The school heads point out that the school-based system of examination for class X actually contributes to improvement of the results of the consequent classes “Everywhere in the world there is only one terminal school examination why must India have two” Dewan asks In the 2015 board examinations 15479 students from Chandigarh had scored a perfect 10 CGPA (cumulative grade points average) the highest in the region With the board examinations drawing closer schools have now started providing individual attention and revision tests to the students to ensure a high pass percentage for this year as well Around-the-clock counsellors have also been provided at private and government schools in the Tricity to help students with the stress of the examinations Revision tests Withthe exams a few weeks away schools have started with revision tests After assessing the preparation by each student the schools will then provide help to individual students Coaching centres are also holding tests and a revision of the entire syllabus is being done For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: September 4 2015 11:07 am Shilpa Shetty on Sunny Leone issue: There are controversies everywhere and this is a really silly thing that you’re giving too much attention to Related News Actress Shilpa Shetty came out in support of actress Sunny Leone by terming the recent controversy on her condom advertisement as “silly comments by a fringe” (Must Read: Don’t blame Sunny Leone’s condom ad for rising rapes Mr Anjan) “It’s just some of the fringe who thinks like that I don’t think everybody thinks like that it’s very silly These things happen everywhere There are controversies everywhere and this is a really silly thing that you’re giving too much attention to” Shilpa told media persons at the Indian Merchant Chamber’s Ladies Wing Exhibition 2015 when asked about the controversy Share This Article Related Article “I just think that all five fingers can’t be like each other You got to have all kinds that make the world Just concentrate on the positives I think India is a great country; I love it and feel very proud to be Indian to represent my country anywhere in the world” Communist Party of India’s national secretary (CPI) Atul Kumar Anjan claimed that Sunny’s condom advertisement will trigger the tendency among men to commit rapes and that it was developing sexuality and ruining sensibilities Sunny is a former pornstar who is a full-fledged actress today famous for her explicit scenes in films Shilpa has had her share of controversies including the one on the popular reality show “Big Brother” and the Richard Gere kissing incident Regarding the association of controversies with celebrities she said: “Celebrities are always sitting ducks So we just accept it I’ve learnt to live by the philosophy that when you’re a celebrity you shouldn’t complain and you shouldn’t explain That’s it” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related Newsjail authorities in major jails have also mandated separate smoking zones for inmates. In a fire safety audit conducted in city jails, Most modern militaries have some form of theatre commands. Karan wants a year – just one year with no ‘offended people’. Rabindranath Tagore was the only Indian leader of note who travelled eastwards to China and Japan.
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Victory sees Everton rise to ninth — a heady spot given they were in the relegation places on October 23 — and unbeaten in five matches under Allardyce.” he tweeted. but the? India’s U-19 player takes a shot during the 1st Youth ODI against England U-19 at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Wednesday. SRK made this revelation at the University of Edinburgh. Many schools and colleges in the temple town constituency of Prime Minister Modi practised Yoga today. is that string a picture, The SIC had issued a showcause notice to Pawar about why disciplinary action should not be recommended against him; the notice remained unanswered. Yashwant Sinha used the occasion to congratulate the FM for his retrospective tax amendment while (incorrectly) lampooning the PM for assuring UK Prime Minister David Cameron that no retrospective tax was being levied ?