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Just see what Rasool had said,before which the armed forces should withdraw, said actor Kaushik Sen For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Panaji | Published: November 24 2011 12:22 pm Related News The International Film Festival of India (IFFI) seems attracting connoisseurs of cinema and the protesters alike as the latter are digging their heels in in a bid to make the Goa Government relent on a couple of issues When actor Shah Rukh inaugurated the ten-day extravaganza at Margao on Wednesdaypolice were busy taming the black flags waiving protesters who had gathered outside the Ravindra Bhavan Complexvenue of the IFFI inaugurationin Margaon They were demanding that the state government curtail the festival by one day and hold the concluding ceremony on December 2 instead of December 3 in order to ensure that the date does not clash with the solemn festival of ‘feast of Saint Francis Xavier’ celebrated by Catholics Goa Church authorities and its parishioners have been demanding rescheduling the 10-day event as several lakh devotees and tourists from across the globe descend on in the coastal state to participate in the festival The catholics bodies alleged that police were neglecting the security at the feast due to ongoing IFFI The relics of St Francis Xaviera 15th century patron saint of Goaare preserved in the Basilica of Bom Jesusthe world heritage monument Union Minister of Information and Broadcasting Ambika Soni who was greeted with black flags at the venue said”we will discuss the issue and try to accommodate their demands” Soni was earlier petitioned by the parishioners seeking her intervention to curtail the festival by a day The Church-supported ‘Save Old Goa’ organisation has resolved that it will continue peaceful protests during the film festival The proponents of Indian languages under the aegis of a forum titled ‘Get Well Soon Digambar Kamat’named after the chief ministeralso protested outside the inaugural venue yesterday and vowed to continue their demonstrations during the event They were protesting against the state government’s decision to allow English as the medium of instruction in the elementary educationfearing that English will spell doom for the local languages Konkani and Marathi The foruminitially formed by the users of social networking website Facebookhas been converted into a movement under which several agitations and awareness programs are being launched The 42nd edition of IFFI was yesterday flagged off at Margaon by actor Shah Rukh Khan Nearly 350 films from across the globe would be showcased during the ten-day jamboree which will be held in Margao and Panaji For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New York | Published: June 28 2017 12:59 pm Melatonin levels were much lower when taken during a night shift than when taken during a normal night’s sleep (Source: File photo) Top News If you are working on night shifts regularly chances are your body’s ability to repair DNA damage may get hampered suggest researchers led by one of Indian-origin The findings suggested that night shifts suppress the production of ‘sleep hormone’ melatonin It revealed that a night shift worker produced lower levels of a chemical by-product of active DNA tissue repair called 8-OH-dG in the urine than his day counterpart leading cells to harbour higher levels of DNA damage This indicated a reduced capacity to repair cellular damage the study said The key factor behind this observed difference was likely to be suppressed production of the ‘sleep hormone’ melatonin during day sleep relative to night sleep the researchers said “Our results indicate that relative to night sleep reduced melatonin production among shift workers during night work is associated with significantly reduced urinary excretion of 8-OH-dG” said Parveen Bhatti from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centre in Washington “This likely reflects a reduced capacity to repair oxidative DNA damage due to insufficient levels of melatonin and may result in cells harbouring higher levels of DNA damage” he continued “If such effects are confirmed melatonin supplementation should be explored as an intervention to reduce the occurrence of potentially carcinogenic DNA damage among shift workers” Bhatti added For the study published online in the journal Occupational and Environmental Medicine the team measured 8-OH-dG levels in the stored urine samples of 50 night shift workers who exhibited the widest discrepancies in levels of circulating melatonin between night work and night sleep An analysis of the urine samples showed that melatonin levels were much lower when taken during a night shift than when taken during a normal night’s sleep For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New York | Published: October 19 2017 5:14 pm Are you consuming enough calcium (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News People in India like some other countries in Asia-Pacific region including China Indonesia and Vietnam have very low calcium intake — less than 400 mg a day raising the risk of fractures and osteoporosis according to a new review of the global calcium map The findings showed that countries in the next lowest intake categories — 400 to 500 and 500 to 600 mg/day — are clustered in South America (Argentina Bolivia Brazil) and scattered throughout the Far East North Africa and elsewhere “Outside of North America and most of Europe particularly northern Europe there is lower intake than there should be for good bone health” said lead author of the review report Ethan Balk Associate Professor at the Brown University in the US “In many parts of the world a low average calcium intake may be putting most people at increased risk of fractures and osteoporosis” Balk added For the new study appearing in the journal Osteoporosis International the team gathered data sources for many studies that reported national averages of daily calcium intake among adults pertaining to 74 countries Southern and eastern Asia had world’s lowest average intakes — often less than 400 mg a day while only North European countries registered intakes of greater than 1000 mg a day Countries in South America and Africa mostly had average intakes in the middle between about 400 and 700 mg a day the report revealed The findings would motivate action to promote increased calcium consumption particularly in the Asia-Pacific region and in places where it hadn’t been documented the researchers said “This work draws attention to regions where calcium intake needs to be assessed and where measures to increase calcium intake are likely to have skeletal benefits” Balk noted For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New York | Updated: July 7 2016 10:55 pm A recent study shows that anger makes people perform poorly in social interactions (Source: Pixabay) Top News People with anger issues tend to misunderstand the intentions of other people and they also do not take in all the data from a social interaction such as body language because of decreased connectivity between regions of the brain that process a social situation a study says Read More People with intermittent explosive disorder (IED) or impulsive aggression have a weakened connection between regions of the brain associated with sensory input language processing and social interaction the findings showed In a new study published in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology the scientists showed that white matter in a region of the brain called the superior longitudinal fasciculus (SLF) has less integrity and density in people with anger issues than in healthy individuals and those with other psychiatric disorders The SLF connects the brain’s frontal lobe – responsible for decision-making emotion and understanding consequences of actions – with the parietal lobe which processes language and sensory input Share This Article Related Article “It’s like an information superhighway connecting the frontal cortex to the parietal lobes” said lead author of the study Royce Lee Associate Professor at University of Chicago in the US “We think that points to social cognition as an important area to think about for people with anger problems” Lee said Lee and his colleagues including senior author Emil Coccaro MD Ellen C Manning Professor and Chair of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience at Chicago For the study the researchers used diffusion tensor imaging a form of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) that measures the volume and density of white matter connective tissue in the brain Connectivity is a critical issue because the brains of people with psychiatric disorders usually show very few physical differences from healthy individuals “It’s not so much how the brain is structured but the way these regions are connected to each other” Lee said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New York | Published: February 2 2017 2:49 pm Facebook considers signals like your proximity to the person or page posting or likes comments and shares to rank content Related News In a bid to display more relevant stories on its News Feed Facebook has rolled out fresh changes with new signals to “better identify and rank authentic content”?Saonli Mitra and Joy Goswami have faxed a one-page communique to Home Minister P Chidambaram, The decision has been forwarded to the Administration, said legal advisor of the management Ramdeep Pratap Singh He said a committee comprising councillor Jagjit Singh KangFormer Mayor Harjinder Kaurformer MP Harmohan DhawanRanjit Singh secretary Gurudwara management and Gurnam Singh Sidhu was formed by the gurdwara management after the incident This committee called on the UT Administration officials and offered to resolve the issue amicably A clash had taken place during a demolition drive at the Gurudwara on January 31which left the ADC and three others seriously injured 2 more arrested for stone pelting The police have arrested two more persons in the Santsar Gurdwara case for their alleged involvement in stone pelting on the police and MC officials The accused have been identified as Jaspal Singha priest and Jatinder Singha driver with the Sector-38 gurdwara The number of arrests in the case now stands at 11 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThis weekend it will be 5 years since a massive earthquake centered on the town of L’Aquila killed 309 people in the Abruzzo region of central Italy The aftershocks of that tragedy included a controversial court case in which a judge found four scientists two engineers and a former government official guilty of manslaughter for having misleadingly reassured the citizens after a series of earlier tremors; the prosecution argued that residents would have otherwise followed the traditional practice of fleeing houses before a major quake hits Each was sentenced to 6 years imprisonment but the judgment is still under appeal The earthquake on 6 April 2009 has also led to new research Gianluca Valensise a geologist at the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV) is the scientific coordinator of Progetto Abruzzo which involved opening a research center in the “red zone” of L’Aquila—the devastated area of the city’s historical center that is largely uninhabited and restricted to traffic Valensise recently spoke with ScienceInsider about the effort which has been funded since 2012 by Italy’s research ministry and the general relationship between Italy’s geoscientific community and citizens since the trial While some progress has been made problems remain in his view Despite their crucial role in a hazard-prone country like Italy and the demand for effective communication to the public Italian scientists “have never received any formal training in the communication of science and of natural hazards” he notes Valensise’s remarks have been edited for brevity and clarity On how the Italian public views earth scientists now and vice versa Most people do [believe] that some top-level scientists were caught in a communication jam orchestrated by others I have no evidence of disrespect for what INGV scientists do Instead people do expect scientists to make statements on how current earthquake sequences will evolve—but many scientists have been severely distressed by the outcomes of the L’Aquila trial and tend to share critical information only among themselves What is Progetto Abruzzo Our research focuses on the entire Abruzzo [region] for producing high-resolution seismic hazard data and elaborations that are normally unavailable for other parts of Italy It also aims to provide institutions with a database of geological features that may interact with buildings and infrastructures including active and inactive faults shallow landslides deep gravitational slides and karst collapse … We also run various initiatives for communicating science and spreading the awareness of geological risks On whether the court decision changed the trust and cooperation between scientists and the public Unlike before the earthquake today it seems we all share the same goals: completing the reconstruction preventing future catastrophes increasing everyone’s awareness of natural hazards … [Yet] many seismologists have changed their approach toward communicating their findings It is not just a question of fear although that indeed is a major aspect of this change There is a sense of confusion about the role of all actors involved: scientist civil protection authorities local administrators citizens On whether Italy would handle the same incident better now Following the L’Aquila trial the Italian Civil Protection [Department] has reorganized the Italy’s National Commission for the Forecast and Prevention of Major Risks [Commissione Grandi Rischi] fostering profound changes in its structure responsibilities and procedures It is unquestionable that things are now clearer and that if a new 6 April earthquake occurs anywhere in the country the response will be different Will another tragic event like the 2009 earthquake happen L’Aquila earthquake is a midsize event that Italy may experience every 5 years or so Even such events may be locally catastrophic and they may come unexpected over one-third of the national territory When combined with the concentration of the Italian population this circumstance may result in frequent “minor” earthquakes having a significant yet largely unexpected impact Many of us suspect the next damaging Italian earthquakes will again be a surprise at least for citizens and administratorsWritten by PTI | London | Published: March 8 2013 2:34 pm Related News R&B star Chris Brown allegedly threw his bodyguard Big Pat off his private plane in Bermuda after an “altercation”leaving him to travel back to New York City alone The controversial singer abandoned his long-time bodyguard in Bermuda after a pit stop on the Caribbean island on Wednesday because the pair got into a fight on boardreported Contactmusic “I’m not sure of the details of what happened on the plane but his plane came ingot services and everything was finishing and they were getting ready to leave” an airport worker was quoted as telling The Bermuda Sun newspaper “Then there was a stall The security guard (Big Pat) got off first He was standing outside talking to the pilot Then Chris Brown and another guy came off They had to come inside to Customs “They then went outside to have a cigarette The security guard came inside (an airport building) and said he wasn’t getting back on the plane” The bodyguard told the staff member he had an “altercation” with Brown Big Pat was forced to take a Jet Blue commercial flight to New York City’s JFK Airport after the furious ‘Don’t Wake Me Up’ singer jetted off in his private plane The 23-year-old singer was travelling back from his gig at the Accra Sports Stadium in GhanaWest Africa on March 5 Big Pat has stood by Brown through his previous tantrums and even took a glass bottle to the head during the star’s club brawl with rival Drake last June For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: June 11 2012 12:32 pm Related News Esha Deolthe daughter of veteran actors Hema Malini and Dharmendrawill tie the knot with her fiance Bharat Takhtani on June 29 at a temple Esha has been dating Bandra-based businessman Bharat Takhtani for quite some time The ring ceremonywhich took place at Hema’s bungalow in Juhu on February 12was a private affair and was attended by close family members and some friends “We are very happy and excited The preparations have started The wedding will take place on June 29 at a temple We wanted to have the wedding in a temple” Hema Malini said The wedding it likely to be a private affairwhilethe reception will take place on June 30 at a suburban five star hotel “The reception will take place on June 30 at a five star hotel We just want best wishes and love from everyone” Hema said A lot of people from the film industry and politics are expected to grace the wedding reception It was post her last film ‘Tell Me O Kkhuda’that Esha decided to settle down For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related Newsand gawky.