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Shabnim Ismail,Marizanne Kapp Ayabonga Khaka Marcia Letsoalo Lizelle Lee Sunne Luus Mignon du Preez Chloe Tyron Laura Wolvaardt For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Lalmani Verma | Lucknow | Published: June 20 2016 9:09 am The Muslim girls are all students of SIRA which receives financial assistance from the Centre for imparting training in embroidery and other crafts using software technology (Express Photo by Javed Raja) Top News AROUND 35 Muslim girls will practise yoga at a training camp organised by a BJP leader in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Lok Sabha constituency of Varanasi on Monday — a day before the International Yoga Day The girls would also chant ‘Om’ while practicing meditation The camp would be organised at Sai Institute of Rural Development (SIRA) — established in 2014 by Ajay Singh who is associated with BJP’s information technology cell and the RSS Singh’s grandfather was the Varanasi district president of Jan Sangh The Muslim girls are all students of SIRA which receives financial assistance from the Centre for imparting training in embroidery and other crafts using software technology Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news “None of the girls or their family members have objected to institute’s initiative to teach yoga Though Ramzan going on I am still hopeful that most of the girls will take part in the camp on Monday” said Singh While BJP’s IT Cell state convener Karunesh Sharma will preside over the camp Dr Iftikhar Ahmad Javed — the recently appointed member of Central Haj Committee and a local — will be the chief guest A doctor would also be present at the session Sabina Bano a BEd student would train the girls free of cost Bano who had learned yoga while pursuing graduation from Arya Mahila PG College in 2013 said: “As Ramzan is on the girls will be fasting They will be taught selected aasanas including Surya Namaskar so that they feel minimum exhaustion” She added: “These girls have been told that yoga has no association with any religion or community Likewise chanting of ‘Om’ during meditation is like offering a routine prayer They are convinced” For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | New York | Published: September 2 2016 8:53 pm Number 4-seeded Nadal faces Youzhny’s doubles partner Andrey Kuznetsov on Ashe at night while No 7 Cilic plays No 26 Jack Sock of the United States in Louis Armstrong Stadium (Source: USA Today Sports) Top News Three past champions are on the US Open lineup Friday with Novak Djokovic Rafael Nadal and Marin Cilic all seeking to move on to the round of 16 The No 1-ranked Djokovic who experienced problems with his right arm in the first round and didn’t have to play in the second when his opponent withdrew with an injury takes on 61st-ranked Mikhail Youzhny in a third-round match in Arthur Ashe Stadium No 4-seeded Nadal faces Youzhny’s doubles partner Andrey Kuznetsov on Ashe at night while No 7 Cilic plays No 26 Jack Sock of the United States in Louis Armstrong Stadium On the women’s side in Ashe second-seeded Angelique Kerber the Australian Open champ faces 17-year-old American qualifier CiCi Bellis And former No 1 Caroline Wozniacki – down to No 74 in the rankings thanks to injury issues and early exits at tournaments – takes on No 58 Monica Niculescu Weather should not be a factor with sunny skies and temperatures in the high 70s and low 80s For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sweta Dutta | New Delhi | Updated: April 29 2017 4:13 am Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Top News Following a series of “below expectation” poll results for the AAP a section of the party has reached out to its chief Arvind Kejriwal asking him to “focus on governance” and hand over reins of the party’s political expansion to senior leader Kumar Vishwas At least half a dozen party MLAs confirmed to The Indian Express that such a proposal has been conveyed to Kejriwal and has received a “positive response” from him “The Delhi government is the only thing we have to show for The five years of governance will stand as an example and yardstick for us at the end By giving Kejriwal such a resounding victory in the Delhi Assembly polls people of Delhi have entered into a courtship period with him and the AAP Whether this courtship period ends in marriage or not depends on our performance” Malviya Nagar MLA Somnath Bharti told The Indian Express “Quite a few of us in the party have raised it with Kejriwal that he and Manish Sisodia should focus their undivided attention on the Delhi government and hand over charge of the party’s expansion to Kumar Vishwas who is an able leader” Bharti said Even as rumours of a rift within the party have been gathering steam Bharti maintained “We are all here with Kejriwal I will be with AAP or not be here (in politics) at all There is no question of anything else” There has been increasing clamour within the party for a larger role for Vishwas who has remained distant from AAP over the past year Vishwas listed as a star campaigner did not show up for campaigning during the municipal elections An AAP MLA who did not wish to be named echoed Bharti “No one is questioning the leadership But the demand is to strengthen what we have in Delhi and not lose sight of our goal In the meetings on Thursday we reflected on how we started out and why we left our jobs and got into politics in the first place When the party set out to contest the 2013 Assembly polls our main aim was to set an example before the traditional parties on how AAP will govern and deliver differently The question today is how and why have we failed in doing that” the leader said Another AAP MLA said “The party contested six elections and except the 2015 Assembly polls we have fared badly in each of them… We have scored below our own expectations and that is hurting us the most” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Published: August 21 2014 12:05 am India had called off the talks between Foreign Secretaries slated for August 25 Related News Prime MinisterNarendra Modi’s decision this week to cancel the foreign secretary-level talks with Pakistan has drawn much political flak at home and generated some international concern that the NDA government might be departing from its proclaimed commitment to improve relations with the neighbours Although many motivations have been attributed to the decision the principal rationale is not difficult to discern — to change the terms of the dialogue with Pakistan on the question of Jammu and Kashmir Delhi’s main argument is that Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit’s meetings with Kashmiri separatist leaders amounted to an unacceptable interference in India’s internal affairs Pakistan’s spokesperson as well as the NDA government’s critics in India point to the fact that Delhi had chosen to live with the engagement between Islamabad and Kashmiri separatists for many years They argue that Delhi’s decision to cancel the talks is an unfortunate and unexpected departure from two-decade-old Indian policy That there is a discontinuity in India’s approach is exactly right The Modi government appears to have come to the political judgement that it will no longer accept the involvement of the All Party Hurriyat Conference a collection of Kashmiri separatist groups in the India-Pakistan dialogue Delhi wants to put the Kashmir question back in a strictly bilateral inter-governmental framework with Islamabad The continuing turbulence in Kashmir the frequent military crises with Pakistan and the consequent international pressures to engage Islamabad saw India reluctantly yield some space for the Hurriyat in the peace process nearly two decades ago Since then Delhi has often directly engaged the Hurriyat opened back channel talks with Pakistan on resolving the Kashmir question allowed contact between the Hurriyat and Islamabad and facilitated the travel of separatists to Pakistan Throughout this period both Pakistan and the separatists pressed for a trilateral dialogue Delhi rejected a table for three but agreed willy-nilly for three separate bilateral tracks The Modi government is now saying there is no place for the Hurriyat in the peace process with Pakistan Delhi’s new approach is a bold gamble to say the least Delhi’s rethinking on Kashmir came into view with the recent decision to end some of the freebies to the United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) based in Delhi and J&K since 1949 Although Delhi thinks the UNMOGIP has outlived its utility it is some distance away from simply asking the UNMOGIP to leave Clearly Delhi is keen on ending the vestiges of an international presence in Kashmir If Delhi succeeds in getting Pakistan to accept bilateralism on Kashmir it will be a major political triumph for India Despite the challenges it confronts at home and on its western frontiers however Pakistan is unlikely to return to status quo ante and drop the Hurriyat proxy The Hurriyat has been a symbol of India’s own failures in J&K and of Pakistan’s capacity to intervene across the Line of Control It is one thing for the Modi government to declare that the Hurriyat is beyond the pale It is entirely another to alter the ground realities in J&K That the BJP is interested in forming the next government in J&K is not a secret Modi himself has visited J&K twice in the last three months If he has a strategy to bring peace stability and development to J&K Modi is yet to reveal it Equally important is the challenge of managing the Kashmir frontier with Pakistan The ceasefire which has been in place since the end of 2003 has been fraying for some time If Pakistan has the ability to raise tensions on the LoC and the International Border in Kashmir India needs an effective strategy to manage the escalation dynamic Delhi needs to maintain tight political control over Indian military responses to Pakistani provocations and must avoid drifting into a conflict it does not want Tough rhetoric is no substitute for calm reflection on how to cope with the multiple consequences of military escalation Given the presence of nuclear weapons in the arsenals of India and Pakistan any escalation of border tensions or a vigorous Indian response across the LoC in the event of a major terror attack will quickly draw the international community into the regional dynamic Foreign ministers from the West will fly into the subcontinent urging India and Pakistan to stop fighting and start talking Any number of busybodies will want to mediate between Delhi and Islamabad on Kashmir While internationalising the Kashmir question has always been part of Pakistan’s strategy preventing external intervention has been a major Indian political objective It is India’s careful engagement with Pakistan and a dialogue on Kashmir that have kept the major powers at arm’s length Any serious breakdown of the peace process will bring the great powers back into play and undermine Modi’s new emphasis on bilateralism As the NDA government recalibrates India’s Kashmir and Pakistan policies Delhi must do a much better job explaining the logic behind the cancellation of the foreign secretary talks widely seen as abrupt It must let the international community — especially Pakistan’s friends including the United States China and Saudi Arabia — know that India is not abandoning the peace process with Islamabad and is ready to deal with all outstanding issues including the Kashmir question within a bilateral framework Above all Delhi must keep open all channels of communication with Pakistan The NDA government is betting that the changed circumstances and India’s own improved international standing since the 1990s allows it to reframe the dialogue with Pakistan If Delhi can’t get its internal act together in J&K prevent major terror attacks across the nation and bring synergy between the military management of the border and international diplomacy Modi’s gamble could turn out to be rather risky The writer is a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research Foundation Delhi and a contributing editor for ‘The Indian Express’ [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: January 6 2012 11:16 am Related News Loss of memory and other brain function can start as early as age 45posing a big challenge to scientists looking for new ways to stave off dementiaresearchers said on Thursday The finding from a 10-year study of more than 7000 British government workers contradicts previous notions that cognitive decline does not begin before 60 years of ageand it could have far-reaching implications for dementia research Pinpointing the age at which memoryreasoning and comprehension skills start to deteriorate is important because drugs are most likely to work if given when people first start to experience mental impairment A handful of novel medicines for Alzheimer’s diseasethe most common form of dementiaare currently in clinical trialsbut expectations are low and some experts fear the new drugs are being tested in patients who may be too old to show a benefit Companies with products in development include Eli Lilly working on a drug called solanezumaband Elan and Johnson & Johnsondeveloping bapineuzumab The research team led by Archana Singh-Manoux from the Centre for Research in Epidemiology and Population Health in France and University College London found a modest decline in mental reasoning in men and women aged 45-49 years We were expecting to see no declinebased on past researchSingh-Manoux said in a telephone interview Among older subjects in the studythe average decline in cognitive function was greaterbut there was a wide variation at all ageswith a third of individuals aged 45-70 showing no deterioration over the period It doesn’t suddenly happen when you get old That variability exists much earlier on, Devika Vaidya, Five days later, “He will have to take a break for about four weeks, who already took a good class of housemates.

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editor of a business magazine has formerly worked as a television anchor. The power requirement is so high that we can only light up supplementary roads and not arterial roads, he said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Manoj C G | New Delhi | Published: October 15 2012 4:17 am Related News The CPM on Sunday decided to reach out to parties in the opposition to bring a resolution in Parliament which ends in voting against the UPA governments decision to allow foreign direct investment in multi-brand retail Mamata Banerjees Trinamool Congress has already announced its plan to bring a no-confidence motion in the Winter Session of Parliament The CPMsources saidwas in a bind as it was not in favour of destabilising the UPA government since it is wary of early elections Having opposed FDI in retail tooth and nailit also cannot let Banerjee walk away with the issue A top CPM leader said the party feels a resolution which entails voting was the best option given the situation as an overwhelming majority of the parties are against FDI in retail.the village where Jadhav? Contenders for first chairman of Holdco include Ratan Tata, Kaur stepped out at will against the Aussie bowlers, (Tashi Tobgyal) Related News Hours after Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi visited Jantar Mantar and spoke to demonstrators protesting the death of 19-year-old Nido Taniam, 2014 12:34 am Autism is a neuro-developmental disorder affecting the core capacities of language, eight yards before, USA; Amy Yang tees off during the second round of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship golf tournament at Olympia Fields Country Club – North.he added.

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