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Welcome your respective MLAs with the respect they desrve back home — Kamal Haasan (@ikamalhaasan) February 18, “Abdulla had spent over 20 years in Hansot madrasa where students from across the country study.in its compliance report, We need to find out how many fair price shops are located in these villages, said a top official from civil supplies department Around 105 crore in Gujarat are ration card-holders Of theseabout 20 lakh names have been struck off as bogus since 2010 when the drive for bar-coded ration cards began The department hopes that by Augustthe system will be in the place in 80 per cent of Gujarat and by Decemberit will be fully implemented For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Toronto | Published: June 15 2017 6:55 pm Further the study may also act as a gateway for developing maximally effective body image-enhancing exercise interventions (Source: Pixabay) Top News A single exercise session lasting for just 30 minutes can have an immediate positive effect on women who feel negative about their bodies and make them feel strong and thinner a study has found The results showed that compared to women who did not exercise the women who undertook a 30-minute exercise session had significant improvements in their body image Further the positive effect which lasted at least 20 minutes post-exercise led them to perceive themselves as more stronger and thinner ALSO READ |These new vibrating ‘smart’ pants are here to correct your incorrect yogapostures “Women in general have a tendency to feel negatively about their bodies” said Kathleen Martin Ginis Professor at the University of British Columbia – Okanagan in Canada “This is a concern because poor body image can have harmful implications for a woman’s psychological and physical health including increased risk for low self-esteem depression and for eating disorders This study indicates exercise can have an immediate positive effect” Ginis added ALSO READ |Here’s how much it costs to train with Katrina Kangana Malaika’s favourite fitnesscoaches For the study published in the journal Psychology of Sport and Exercise the team compared the body image and physical perceptions of women who completed 30 minutes of moderate aerobic exercise with those who sat and read “We all have those days when we don’t feel great about our bodies This study shows one way to feel better is to get going and exercise The effects can be immediate” Ginis noted Further the study may also act as a gateway for developing maximally effective body image-enhancing exercise interventions “We think that the feelings of strength and empowerment women achieve post exercise stimulate an improved internal dialogue” Ginis said “This in turn should generate positive thoughts and feelings about their bodies which may replace the all too common negative ones” she stated For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsTezpur: Infiltration and developing the town as a tourist destination are the two key issues which are likely to agitate the voters’ mind in deciding the fate of candidates in the prestigious Tezpur constituency during the Assam Assembly polls Prominent citizens from the town which is also termed as the cultural hub of Assam and is going to poll in the first phase on 4 April are of the view that neither the state government nor the Centre is playing a positive role in solving the problems of Assam "Tezpur’s main problem is the presence of a huge number of infiltrators in and around the town in the last 10 years While the state is doing nothing the Centre is also not paying full attention to the problem and giving a step-motherly treatment to Assam" veteran film actor Rajeev K Doley told PTI in Tezpur Congress Party President Sonia Gandhi tries on a traditional Assamese hat assisted by Tarun Gigoi Chief Minister of Assam during a rally in Tezpur AFP For the rise of Bengali-speaking Muslim population in Tezpur he blamed both Congress and BJP ally AGP In last Assembly polls in 2011 the Tezpur seat went to Congress’ Rajen Borthakur who was later expelled from the party due to dissident activities while AGP’s Brindaban Goswami had won the 2006 polls Congress has this time fielded young candidate Hiranya Bhuyan against Goswami who is a veteran in regional politics and has a considerable support base in Tezpur Doley who is also the Director of Centre for Inclusive Development in Tezpur University said an expert team should be formed comprising ground workers and socio-cultural researcher to study the infiltration problem rather than constituting any Parliamentary or Assembly committee "Deportation of foreigners is not a practical solution anymore We need to evolve an appropriate mechanism to deal with the problem and ensure that we do not allow aliens to enter further from today" he added Tezpur Sahitya Sabha President Hemanta Barua said it will be a fight between the junior and senior in Tezpur with chances of Goswami being more because of his popularity "In Tezpur there are many issues which are likely to agitate the people’s mind during voting Beautification of the town development of roads and flash flood issues are important Many things can be done for tourism development of the place also" he added Barua claimed people are not fully satisfied with Goswami as he was MLA earlier also but did not do enough for the constituency "AIUDF which have fielded a Bengali Hindu candidate Sukhendra Nath in Tezpur can play a spoilsport for both the parties If he gets minority votes then Congress will be in problem and if the Bengali Hindu votes go to him then AGP will be in problem he explained Veteran film actor Prithviraj Rabha claimed around 60 percent votes will go to AIUDF and rest to Congress in east of Tezpur where primarily Muslim voters are there "So the votes in town will decide who will win and who will lose. There are as such no big problem in Tezpur but we all feel that the city could have been developed as an important tourist destination No party has worked in this direction" he added Rabha son of the doyen of Assamese culture and a Communist leader Kalaguru Bishnu Prasad Rabha criticised both the state and central governments for lack of overall development of Assam Film editor A Nagraj said the blamegame between parties over insider-outsider is hampering the "holistic development" of the state and it should end immediately "All outsiders including those from other states came here because local authorities and people allowed them Assam’s economy is dependent on them If they leave now the entire economy will collapse" said Nagraj who is also a faculty member of Tezpur University When it comes to the idea of India — everyone has an opinion and opinions come in binaries National/Anti national Patriotic/Seditious Beef eating pariah/Pious bhakt As the row over the phrase — Bharat Mata ki Jai — escalates Baba Ramdev the bearded yogi who teaches the country how to breathe has contributed a line of sanskari noodles (not the chow mein that makes men rape women) has something to say too A file photo of Baba Ramdev PTI On Sunday Ramdev said that if there wasn’t a law that forbid decapitation then he would have beheaded lakhs Ramdev who was speaking at a Sadbhavna (compassion) rally ironically said "Koi aadmi topi pehan kar ke khada ho jaata hai bolta Bharat Mata ki Jai nahi bolunga chahe meri gardan kaat do Arey is desh mein kanoon hai nahi toh teri ek ki kya hum toh lakhon ki gardan kaat sakte hain (If someone wears a cap (referring to the skull cap worn by Muslims especially Asaduddin Owaisi) stands up and says that he won’t chant Bharat Mata Ki Jai even if someone kills him There is a law in this country so I won’t kill but I can behead lakhs of people)" According to The Indian Express Ramdev said that a religion that doesn’t respect "maatrubhoomi (motherland)" is not in the interest of the nation at all Earlier in March Ramdev had said the law should be amended to make it mandatory for everyone to chant the slogan his reasoning — "Even though it is not written in the Constitution that one should say ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ there should be no problem in chanting it. Therefore an amendment should be made in the law so that everyone says it" Ramdev’s comments are the latest rhetoric in a growing pool of loud opinion The issue took centre-stage when AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi said that he would never chant Bharat Mata Ki Jai Since then a good number of politicians and public figures have aired their opinion about the phrase WATCH: Asaduddin Owaisi to RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat- Won’t say "Bharat Mata Ki Jai" in Latur (Maharashtra) (March 13)https://tco/nRNtaBfi6z — ANI (@ANI_news) March 14 2016 Here’s a look Venkaiah Naidu The senior BJP leader said that there was nothing wrong with worshipping the mother on 28 March "During the freedom movement ‘Vande Mataram’ united all Indians It means ‘Mata’ (mother) salutation to you What ‘Mata’ not Christian ‘Mata’ Hindu ‘Mata’ ‘Muslim ‘Mata’ forward ‘Mata’ backward ‘Mata’ ‘Mata’ is ‘Mata’ What is the objection in that Why (it is said that) there is worship in that Which religion said not to worship mother Let me know I am trying to know I am ready for a debate" he said Omar Abdullah "I look forward to seeing all the members of the PDP-BJP alliance say this (Bharat Mata ki Jai) as soon as they take their oath tomorrow" said the former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister I look forward to seeing all the members of the PDP-BJP alliance say this as soon as they take their oath tomorrow https://tco/R6rWYHzUww — Omar Abdullah (@abdullah_omar) April 3 2016 Darul Uloom Deoband The Islamic seminary issued an edict asking Muslims to refrain from raising the slogan as it is equivivalent of "idol worship" "We received thousands of queries on the issue so Darul Uloom Deoband has issued a ‘fatwa’ saying ‘Bharat mata ki Jai’ is not in consonance with Islam and we will not say it But we love our country immensely and we can raise slogans like ‘Hindustan Zindabad’ and ‘Madre Vatan’" said Ashram Usmani public relations officer of the seminary Devendra Fadnavis Maharashtra Chief Minister on 3 April said "There is still a dispute over saying ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ and those opposing to say it should not have any right to stay here Those living here should say ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’" Ram Naik UP Governor Ram Naik said "If there is no Bharat Mata ki Jai in India how will the world acknowledge it" Salman Khurshid "It gives us pride when we sing national anthem to see our flag to say ‘Vande Matram’. Some people don’t want to do it it’s their choice" Khurshid said after addressing a conference on Freedom of Speech and Expression in Universities Kailash Vijayvargiya General Secretary BJP Vijayvargiya said that those who don’t wish to chant the slogan "have no right to stay in India They should go to some other country" Javed Akhtar Akhtar in his retirement speech from Rajya Sabha took a dig at Owaisi and said "The Constitution even does not ask him to wear sherwani (dress) and topi (cap). I don’t care to know whether saying ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ is my duty or not but it is my right" | New Delhi | Published: December 31 2015 8:03 pm Related News Every weekend the EYE Sunday special from the Indian Express brings you the best weekend reads Over 2015 the pages were filled with inspiring stories like that of the Queen of India’s dangals Divya who managed to break into — and win — in a man’s world to stories that capture the oft-ignored realities of India’s populace even if they are feared like when our writer spent 23 days with the Maoists in Chhattisgarh You see dear readers EYE is not just sheets of printed stories it’s a journey that each of you takes with us our authors and their muses week after week And though we know you have been following us closely we bring to you some of our best pieces from 2015 just in case you missed them or would just like to revisit with us The love song of Lorna Cordeiro the inspiration behind Bombay Velvet Illustration: Shyam In Dhobi Talao today her name draws a blank—neither the old man selling brun-pav across the road nor the manager of the Kit Kat cabaret bar know where she lives I make one last attempt at Snowflake a popular Goan eatery The owner’s eyes light up at the mention of Lorna Cordeiro “She comes here sometimes for the bombil fry” she says excitedly before giving directions Gazdar House a hundred years old is symbolic of this Mumbai neighbourhood that has seen better days If it could the lobby with its glossy tiles and grey walls would conceal the unsteady wooden staircase the peeling distemper and the smell of dust and mould On the first floor at the farthest end of the corridor the door is open An elderly woman in a blue printed nightgown bends over a bucket of soaked clothes I ask her where I can find Cordeiro She looks up pushes back her gold-rimmed glasses and says “I am Lorna” Click here to read more Revisiting Andha Yug Ebrahim Alkazi It was 1963 and India had just lost a war A man from Bombay turned the ruins of Ferozeshah Kotla into a stage for an epic play about the cost of violence Ahead of his 90th birthday we revisit the story of Ebrahim Alkazi the director with an eye for spectacle and his production of Andha Yug that changed Hindi theatre forever What is the right way to tell a mother that her sons are dead Actor Mohan Maharishi found himself in the role of Sanjay the messenger of the Mahabharata who carried the news of the rout of the Kauravas to their parents Dhritirashtra and Gandhari “I did not have the emotional resources for this task I was not able to get what Mr Alkazi was asking for He was tense He was always coming around and shaking us up” says Maharishi about training under the formidable Ebrahim Alkazi “He was a very exacting man even with himself And when he criticised you he tore your performance to pieces” Click here to read more When we turn caregivers to parents: Balancing love and duty ambition and resentment It was a cold snowed-in Philadelphia night last December when Sambuddha Chaudhuri 31 received the phone call It was his father at the other end his voice sounding “suddenly very old very tired” “My mother a cancer survivor had gone for a routine check-up and the doctor found some lumps near her breast My father had called to inform me that there was a possibility of a relapse” says Chaudhuri A decade ago when he was a medical student at Midnapore Medical College near Kolkata his mother had been detected with ovarian cancer “It was in an advanced stage but she was pronounced cancer-free within a year” says Chaudhuri His mother Kanika resumed her job as a professor of education in a south Kolkata girls’ college and Chaudhuri left the country after his MBBS to pursue a PhD on public health from the University of Pennsylvania US “When my father called I couldn’t sleep all night They insisted that I stay back but I just couldn’t” he says By next evening he had bought tickets to Kolkata and had that crucial talk with his PhD guide “Not shifting was never an option for me I needed to be there” says Chaudhuri Click here to read more Girl No166: Will this retired cop ever stop looking for Pooja Even miracles have deadlines rues assistant sub-inspector Rajendra Dhondu Bhosale His ended at midnight last Saturday when the 58-year-old ceased to be the officer on duty in-charge of the missing bureau at Dadabhai Naoroji Nagar police station Mumbai But even in the hours before he retired he was still hoping for a clue — a detail he might have accidentally skipped anything “anything at all” — that would have led him to a little girl named Pooja Gaud In the police records she is a seven-year-old who went missing on January 22 2013 She was last seen near her school at 815 am She was wearing a blue pinafore Between 2008 and 2015 166 girls went missing in the area under Dadabhai Naoroji police station Bhosale and his team tracked 165 of them down Pooja is the missing piece of this jigsaw And a regret he says that gnaws at him every waking hour Click here to read more Of no fixed address: Mumbai’s street-dwellers are neither beggars nor destitute Rakhi Jadhav (in yellow) at her home on the Churchgate pavement (Photos: Prashant Nadkar) Once night falls the pavement is their home intruded upon daily by the city that zips by Mumbai’s street-dwellers are neither beggars nor destitute but people who have taken a chance on the city and are looking for a way out Rakhi Jadhav lives barely 700 metres from Mumbai’s Marine Drive Her three children and the three sons of her alcoholic brother all love the sweep of the seafront But the last time they went near the sea was on a Sunday morning the day of Mumbai’s annual marathon to collect hundreds of plastic bottles discarded by runners Tonight as the shouts of the streetside vendors and the din of traffic finally subside Churchgate’s clammy night air is thick with the mingling smells of bhelpuri and sweat Jadhav a 33-year-old woman hurries the children to “bed” an assortment of plastic chatais sheets and a mangy mattress spread out on the pavement between Churchgate station’s heritage headquarter building and Cross Maidan Click here to read more Days and nights in the forest: 23 days with the Maoists in Chhattisgarh Given rare access Indian Express reporter Ashutosh Bhardwaj spent 23 days with the Maoists in Chhattisgharh living in their camps sharing their food watching films on a laptop and debating Mao In February last year Ashutosh Bhardwaj gained rare access into the forests of Abujhmaad Chhattisgarh a “liberated” Maoist zone run by a network denser than veins in the human body He spent 23 days in the camps observing the violence idealism and deceit that are a part of the guerrilla life An account of life inside an insurrection Click here to read more SPECIAL ISSUE | India’s Sons: What does it mean to be a man in India What does it mean to be a man in India What shapes the masculinity of India’s sons What are the anxieties and entitlements that come with it A look at some of the answers… Click here for all the stories Why Rani Rampal India’s finest forward in women’s hockey struggles to survive Rani Rampal in a lane in Shahabad Situated 200 km north of Delhi on the historic Grand Trunk Road Shahabad Markanda is a mofussil town of 45000 inhabitants If not for its daughters it would have been one of those tiny dots on Google Maps that you drive past without acknowledging its existence But you do acknowledge especially if you have even a remote interest in the sports pages of newspapers “Ah Shahabad” it prompts you to think every time you pass by This is after all the single biggest assembly line of women’s hockey players in India About 45 players have represented India at senior and junior levels Shahabad is to women’s hockey what Sansarpur in Jalandhar once was to men’s hockey or to the cricket-minded what Mumbai has been to the Indian team Click here to read more A sex worker duped twice by a ‘friend’ The Road gives her a new name work and a place to stay but takes away her child She is now fighting to get her daughter back (Source: Praveen Khanna) A 28-year-old woman from a village in Andhra Pradesh ends up in Delhi’s red-light area The Road gives her a new name work and a place to stay but takes away her child She is now fighting to get her daughter back They call it the Road It starts at Ajmeri Chowk a few metres from the New Delhi Railway Station and ends at Lahori Gate It’s here that Farah came with her four-year-old daughter and another waiting to be born She had boarded the Kerala Express sat in a “chalu dibba (unreserved coach)” from Tirupati railway station Andhra Pradesh and got off at New Delhi She was then about 28 and it was her first time in the city She was glad Sharada was with her She knew so much more spoke Hindi lived in the big city and would now help her find a job at the sari showroom where she worked Instead Farah ended up on the Road GB Road — Delhi’s only red-light area Click here to read more How artists and individuals creatively resisted Emergency Anant Patwardhan’s film Prisoners of Conscience on political prisoners of the Emergency The dawn of the Seventies The promise of Independence and the hope of a socialist welfare state stood discredited A young nation was confronting its inheritance of inequality in many ways Bombay like the rest of the country was simmering with a million mutinies The Dalit Panthers was formed in 1972 and its firebrand leaders Namdeo Dhasal and JV Pawar had called for a revolution to overthrow the caste system In Maharashtra Mrinal Gore was steering the women’s movement with a focus on the daily grind of civic issues Hardly a day went by without a rally or a protest without slogans mingling with the sounds of everyday life From street plays held in the dead of the night to open rebellion the story of the cultural resistance to the Emergency is one of many underground movements of artists and individuals Click here to read more 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