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and Senegal. as he brought in a playful series of saxophone blurts. “We were having a conversation and you were eavesdropping It was like Indian music with an accent” says Brooks after the concert In the past three decades Brooks’ saxophone has become an intrinsic element on the Indian classical music scene Unlike composer John McLaughlin who brings a superb mastery to Remembering Shakti but visits only once in a few years Brooks has being travelling to India for over 30 years now His training with vocalist Pandit Pran Nath put things in perspective for him “Back then I would wake up at four do the kharaj ka riyaaz cook for my guru massage him It was as close as I could get to the system” says Brooks who also met Zakir Hussain around the same time and the two became close friends “Playing with Zakir bhai was a wonderful experience Things began falling in place” says Brooks whose recent collaboration with Grammy-nominated violin player Kala Ramnath was widely appreciated But before Brooks stumbled upon Hindustani classical he was studying arpeggios and swung notes of jazz “I don’t come from a musical family but somehow picked up the saxophone when I was 10 But it was during my music conservatory days that I found Indian music A lot of Western classical musicians believe that Indian music when improvised stays in one mood But when I played it it was different Even now when I sit next to Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia and play an alaap jod and jhaala I feel liberated I have never felt confined” says Brooks He understands that it’s easier for a jazz musician to straddle that jazz swagger along with Hindustani music as “both the genres cover a lot of common ground” As for adjusting his saxophone amid the complicated Indian rhythms Brooks says he is not a mathematical guy “I see music as a language and not just a structure of notes My brain is more comfortable with that” says Brooks For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: New York Times | Published: November 7 2014 11:13 pm Top News By: Gretchen Reynolds With chilly weather settling in and darkness arriving before most people’s workdays end many of us are shifting our workouts indoors a practice that is much better for us than abandoning exercise for the winter But a new study of air quality in gyms raises some interesting questions about whether the places in which we work out are as healthy as they should be Science and common sense tell us that exercising in polluted air is undesirable People who frequently run alongside heavily trafficked freeways and breathe great lungfuls of exhaust have been shown to have an increased risk of heart disease even if they are otherwise in admirably good shape But few studies have examined the air quality inside gyms So for the new study which will appear next month in the journal Building and Environment researchers at the University of Lisbon in Portugal and the Technical University of Delft in Holland decided that they would place air-quality monitoring equipment in gyms throughout Lisbon Portuguese fitness sites are similar to those in the United States said Carla Ramos a graduate student at the University of Lisbon who led the new study Most feature a weight room and multiple smaller studio spaces for aerobics classes yoga sessions and similar programmes For the new study Ramos obtained permission from 11 Lisbon gyms to position air-quality monitors in each site’s weight room and several studios The machines were set to measure pollutants during the late afternoon or evening hours when the gyms were at their most crowded For about two hours at each gym the monitors measured the levels of commonly found indoor pollutants These include carbon monoxide carbon dioxide ozone airborne particulates such as dust and various chemicals released by carpeting cleaning products furniture or paint including formaldehyde To gain even more detailed readings the scientists subsequently placed additional monitors in three of the gyms which measured air quality throughout the building and throughout the entire day Then they checked the pollutant levels from all of the gyms Their findings were disquieting In general the gyms showed high levels of airborne dust formaldehyde and carbon dioxide The concentrations of these substances generally exceeded most accepted standards for indoor air quality The levels were especially high during evening aerobics classes when many people were packed into small studios stirring up dust and fumes and puffing heavily producing carbon dioxide with every breath The high concentrations of dust and chemicals like formaldehyde in the air at the gyms represent perhaps the greatest potential concern Ms Ramos said In sufficient concentrations these substances can contribute to asthma and other respiratory problems she said Almost all of the gyms in the study had levels of these substances that significantly exceed European standards for indoor air standards Carbon dioxide though not toxic to people could also be cause for concern In high concentrations Ramos said it has been found to contribute to bodily fatigue and cognitive fogginess neither of which is desirable during a high-intensity aerobics class Elevated levels of carbon dioxide can also indicate a poorly ventilated building she said especially if they remain inflated for hours as they did in her study “We consider that the gymnasiums meet the criteria for a poor indoor quality” Mr Ramos said Poor indoor air quality is a particular issue in gyms of course because people there tend to be breathing heavily “When we exercise we take in more air with each breath and most of that air goes through the mouth bypassing the natural filtration system” in the nostrils Ramos said “The pollutants go deeper into the lungs compared to resting situations” The findings should not however discourage anyone from visiting a gym Ramos said None of the sites in the study had measurable levels of carbon monoxide she pointed out one of the most dangerous of known air pollutants The data might though prompt diligent gymgoers to perform a sniff test If the air at your fitness centre smells chemical-laden and stale consider talking with the site manager Ramos said Ask about ventilation and if the building has undergone a recent indoor-air-quality assessment Inquire too about the types of cleaning products used at the gym and whether floors are swept or mopped; the latter is better at reducing airborne dust Ramos said For her part Ramos conducted a formal air-quality assessment at the gym she attends (separately from her study) and offered the manager advice about how to reduce some of the pollutants that turned up “I prefer to be indoors to practice physical activity” she said as long as the air is as healthy as the activity For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | London | Published: March 4 2012 12:46 pm Related News Singer-actress Pixie Lott says she has no desire to experiment with illegal substances and just wants to have fun with her friends The ‘All About Tonight’ singer said that although people expect a 21-year-old to behave like a crazy person in this industry but she has no intentions of losing control over her lifereported Contactmusic “I’m not going to pretend I’m some crazy reckless person I’m just a normal 21-year-oldwho likes to go out and have fun People say it’s easy to get into drugs in this industrybut I don’t think that’s the case Every kid sees it growing up but I think if I was going to do itI would have by now All my friends are the same as me” Lott said The singerwho is dating Oliver Cheshirealso said she has no marriage plans in the near future even though she is very happy with him “I don’t know if he’s ‘The One’we’re so young We’ve been together for a year-and-a-halfwhich isn’t that long in the grand scheme of thingsbut it is for me It’s the longest I’ve ever been with someone” she added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: February 9 2011 6:22 pm Related News Are you among those who get up early but go to bed very late Bewareyour sleeping habit may be a “ticking time bomb” for your health and it could lead to heart attack and strokescientists claim Going to bed late but waking up early because of hectic work schedule has become a trend for manybut scientist said having such a habit means inviting serious health hazards Researchers at the University of Warwick Medical School in the UK found those who could not afford to sleep for at least six hours a day are more likely to die from a heart attack or stroke “The trend for late nights and early mornings is actually a ticking time bomb for our health so you need to act now to reduce your risk of developing these life-threatening conditions” said Professor Francesco Cappuccio who led the study “There is an expectation in today’s society to fit more into our lives But in doing sowe are significantly increasing the risk of suffering a stroke or developing cardiovascular disease resulting infor exampleheart attacks” Cappuccio was quoted as saying by the Daily Mail For their studyCappuccio and colleagues looked at the sleeping habits of almost 475000 participants from 15 previous studies across eight countriesincluding the UKthe USJapanSweden and Germany It was found that those who slept for less than six hours were 48 per cent more likely to develop or die from heart disease and 15 per cent more likely to develop or die from a stroke According to themnot having enough sleep decreases the levels of leptin in our bloodwhich means we do not feel as satisfied after eating At the same timethey saidit raises the levels of ghrelinresponsible for triggering our appetitethus making us feel hungrier This means poor sleepers are more likely to eat more and become obeseincreasing their risk of high blood pressure and heart disease — which lead to heart attacks and strokes Experts recommend adults get at least six or seven hours’ shut-eye a night to stay healthy Co-researcher Dr Michelle Miller said: “Chronic short sleep produces hormones and chemicals in the body which increase the risk of developing heart disease and strokesand other conditions like high blood pressure and cholesteroldiabetes and obesity But the scientists also warned that sleeping more than nine hours every night may be an early warning sign of heart disease The new findings are published in the European Heart Journal For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: July 28 2009 3:33 am Related News The Ahmedabad police arrested six boysincluding four first-year students of Arts collegesin the early hours of Monday as they allegedly harassed and attempted to abduct a man in the city The boyshoweversaid they were only playing a prank on the passer-by The Vastrapur police said that the six boys Gulabsingh Bajwaa student of St Xaviers College of ArtsYogesh TanvarNavneet Sharma and Vineet Sharmaall three students of L D Arts College and Amardeep Chumber and Maninder Sandhu from Deep Industries tried to abduct Yogesh Nimbarkan employee of a cellular company Nimbarkhowevermanaged to escape Investigating OfficerInspector R K Ladva said: The students were in a Gypsy and Maninder was driving it When they were passing through the area between Sanjeeevni Hospital and Himalaya Mallthey saw Nimbark and stopped him The boys reportedly asked Nimbark whether he had undergone a kidney operationWhen Nimbarka bit scaredreplied in the negativethe boys threatened him by telling him that they will take him away for a kidney operation? 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