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🙂 Easy Role!” she tweeted KBC – 4 will be aired from October 11which also happens to be Amitabh Bachchan’s birthday For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Visakhapatnam | Updated: April 12 2017 7:13 pm As many as 6117 artists had performed the classical dance in Vijayawada in December last year to set the record (Representational photo/ file) Top News As many as 7000 girl students on Tuesday performed classical dance ‘Kuchipudi’ in this Andhra Pradesh coastal city to set a Guinness World record The girls from 21 government-run residential schools in north coastal Andra participated in the event to commemorate 125th birth anniversary of BR Ambedkar The girls performed in unison with three songs whose theme was the life story of Ambedkar The event was jointly being organised by Andhra Pradesh Residential Educational Institutions Society (APREIS) and Social Welfare Department Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu ministers and top officials attended the programme The organisers said it broke the earlier record of the largest Kuchipudi dance As many as 6117 artists had performed the classical dance in Vijayawada in December last year to set the record The girls who performed in Visakhapatnam on Tuesday were trained by professional dancers for last two months In his address Naidu said Kuchipudi was the cultural heritage of Andhra Pradesh “It’s the responsibility of all of us to pass on this great heritage to our coming generations” he said The Chief Minister said that Rs 100 crore were allocated in the state budget for promotion of Kuchipudi He said Kuchipudi Academy would also come up in the new state capital Amaravati For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Anuradha Mascarenhas | Pune | Published: November 16 2017 1:54 pm Dr Seema Jagdale Top News On Monday evening ophthalmologist Dr Seema Jagdale a resident of Hadapsar heard screams and cries for help from an apartment on the second floor of her building When Jagdale and her husband rushed to the apartment they saw that their neighbour Sanjay Pawar (36) had collapsed Pawar was also sweating profusely and had a feeble pulse Recalling the incident Jagdale said “It was scary Our neighbour was lying unconscious… his eyes had rolled up and he was frothing at the mouth He was totally cold and his forehead was sweaty His pulse was hardly palpable” Pawar’s wife told her that within a few minutes of returning home from work her husband had collapsed in the drawing room Jagdale an eye specialist in H V Desai Eye Hospital started administering basic life support as per the training she had received in her college days The doctor and her husband first lifted Pawar’s legs to increase the supply of blood to his brain They took immediate measures to provide enough ventilation in the room and directed Pawar’s wife to start mouth-to-mouth breathing while Jagdale initiated a cardiac massage Soon Pawar started moving his hands and shaking his head The state-run 108 ambulance service arrived within 20 minutes By then Pawar had regained consciousness but was disoriented He was admitted to the ICU of a private hospital where he is currently recovering “Sometimes we fall out of touch with what we were taught so many years ago… but when I saw a patient in a critical condition it brought back all that I had learnt” she said Jagdale emphasised the need to train more such first responders who are capable of handling critical situations before the ambulance arrives “Of late there has been so much animosity against doctors especially with patients claiming negligence in treatment but there is also a need for people to be trained in how to respond to emergency situations” she said Dr Dnyaneshwar Shelke chief operating officer of the Maharashtra Emergency Medical Services (MEMS) Dial 108 said that immediate response to treat a critical patient was the need of the hour “We have conducted various awareness programmes at 21 housing societies in Pune Mumbai and Sangli In Pune programmes have been held at the Blue Ridge Society Hinjewadi Forest Trails Society Bhugaon Avaneesh Society Kothrud Winkar Society Padmavati Ojas Society Baner-Pashan road Camp Education society and others” he said “We have also trained 350 Forest Range officers especially in areas which have poor connectivity” said Shelke The Lifesavers Club founded by Dr Fiyaz Pasha who is also head of the accident and emergency department at Jehangir Hospital has trained over 5000 people “We identify housewives and security guards… we train them in basic first aid and also on how to respond to chest pain breathlessness and other ailments The first responders in any emergency situation are always crucial” said Pasha For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: May 16 2017 12:21 pm Drink lots of water and do not wash your hair too frequently during summer (Source: File Photo) Top News Cover up air dry and don’t forget the conditioner to keep hair shine intact in summer say experts Experts at Advanced Hair Studio and Manisha Chopra senior consultant Dermatology Fortis La Femme have listed down few tips for you which you can swear by this season * Cover up: Cover up your head when you are stepping out of the house use a scarf to cover and it will save you from damaging your hair from the dust and pollution outside causing dull hair ALSO READ |20 essential tips to prevent and treat excessive hair loss * Don’t wash too much: We tend to wash our hair too frequently than it is required owing to the greasy itchy scalp But be careful not to do it too much since it can lead to dry scalp and your hair may lose its natural oils and moisture * Air dry: During summer avoid using hair dryers or styling products since the weather is already adding on to the fuzziness and dryness of your hair Let your hair dry naturally in order to have healthy shiny hair * Eat right and stay hydrated: Eating right works well for a healthy body and mind but also for our hair especially in summers Eat fruits and vegetables with high water content fibre content like melons carrots and spinach and drink plenty of water to keep them hydrated as well as shiny from root to tip * Use a moisturising shampoo during summers to prevent hair drying and don’t forget to use a conditioner * If you colour your hair don’t do it at short gaps as it damages hair * Don’t leave oil in hair for too long as it can give rise to folliculitis or hair root infections For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Updated: September 20 2017 10:23 pm Amazon’s Great Indian sale is here Heavy discounts on smartphones and footwear (Source: File Photo) Related News After Flipkart another big name in the e-commerce industry Amazon has come out with attractive offers and discounts for its users The Amazon’s Great Indian Sale – which started from 12 noon today and will continue till September 24 – has come up with a wide range of discounts for the festive season The latest deals are applicable on several categories including home appliances smartphones tablets laptops furniture kitchen products clothing beauty products and accessories Swati Bhargava the co-founder of CashKaro a cash back website and partner to both Flipkart and Amazon India says “This time it is not ‘start of the month’ sale it is mid-month There will be a little bit of cash crunch also which is why this is a good time to bring in cards and EMI offers” Amazon is offering up to 70% off on popular brands like Pantaloons United Colors of Benetton Adidas Puma Tommy Hilfiger and Biba to name a few There will also be a 65% discount on UCB and Puma footwear and more than 50% discount on Caprese Wildcraft Baggit and Lavie You will also get 10% to 50% discount on all kinds of jewellery For book lovers Amazon is offering a cashback of Rs 400 on joining its Kindle Unlimited plan for a year There will be daily deals on e-books as well For sunglasses freaks discount of 50% or more on sunglasses from Fastrack Ray-Ban and Vogue will be available The same goes for spectacle frames And for gadget lovers Amazon is offering up to 40% off on smartphones across various brands like Apple Samsung Motorola and Xiaomi and nearly 30% off on Micromax Canvas Infinity and Sony Xperia phones Other top offers include OnePlus 3T for less than Rs 25000 More than 20% off Lenovo and HP laptops and around 20% to 40% discount on refrigerators washing machines and televisions are also available Go crazy For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt LtdWritten by RICHA BHATIA | Published: April 8 2010 1:27 am Related News Even before the first note was struck at the Kamani auditorium on Tuesdayone could tell it was an unusual occasion The place was full and the audience heartily applauded as the curtains went up to show 38 womenaged between 16 and 50clad in burqas It was the first performance in India by Al Nour Wal Amal (Light and Hope)a blind girls orchestra from Egypt The conductor Aly Osman did not sway the baton; instead with a swift tapping of his fingershe motioned the girls to begin the showand they set the tone of the evening with a spirited rendition of Rossinis The Italian Girl in Algiers This was followed by a tender melody The Mamluks by modern Egyptian composer Mohamed Abdel Wahabwhere the daf players struck their flat drums forcefullyswaying their torso to the rhythmwhile the oldest memberviolist Sharifa Ahmed48dazzled the audience with her buoyant solo act But it was the encoreMera juta hai Japani from Raj Kapoors classic Shree 420 that enthralled the audience For these girlsthe instrument is their strength Its is what frees their soul?

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