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for “beating his mother and being indifferent to family” and had warned him that he will implicate his father in a false case,181 votes polled to win the president’s post, hails from Bihar. sources added. He defeated NCP’s Kamlesh Singh by a margin of over 27, Mann and Azad managed to escape unhurt with help of police. The two were immediately apprehended and taken to the Nagpada police station.says forged visas of 41 countries are being used in the region.we anticipate that Khan will be as popular with the Indian community in Hong Kong and guests visiting from abroad. Khan made his acting debut in 1988 in the television seriesFauji and later made his film debut in Deewana in 1992 Since thenhe has been part of numerous commercially successful films such as BaazigarDonDil To Pagal HaiKuch Kuch Hota HaiDevdasVeer-Zaara and Chak de Indialed him to earn critical acclaim for many of his performances In his career of over 20 yearsKhan has won thirteen Filmfare Awards for his work in Indian filmsseven of which were in the Best Actor category Shahrukh Khans wax figure will be on display at the World Premiere section at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong until July 212010 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: October 12 2016 9:35 am On World Arthritis Day here are some yoga postures that can help alleviate your joints pain (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News People everywhere are gripped with different diseases and ailments pertaining to factors like a sedentary lifestyle and aging The most common conditionsthat people are diagnosed with are hypertension arthritis anddiabetes among others In the case of arthritis patients suffer from symptoms like extreme pain in the joints pain swelling of the limbs and even stiffness reduced range of motion etc While there are medications for arthritis it is known to be a chronic ailment and cannot be completely cured However a proper lifestyle healthy eating habits exercise and yoga can help a patient continue to live a normal life and reduce the effects of the ailment to a large extent While performing yoga the body moves and stretches itself thus giving the body flexibility and increased motion It is however known to be important that people practice the postures carefully because if a pose causes pain in any manner it should not be continued with In addition practicing yoga also comprises of deep breathing known to be beneficial to the body as well as the mind Deep breathing expands the chest and also helps in correcting one’s posture On this World Arthritis Day here are five yoga postures that can help alleviate pain in the muscles and joints Sun Salutationor Surya Namaskar (Source: Thinkstock Images) Stand with both feet touching and then bring your hands together palm-to-palm and place them in front of the chest in prayer position Exhale and raise your arms upward Slowly bend backward and stretch your arms above the head Slowly bend forward from the waist and keep your spine erect Bring the hands down to touch the floor right beside the feet?” Thackeray said.

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Editor of the Sacred Heart Messenger, and pieced together what I could based on what we were studying. 73, Sushma Swaraj and Venkaiah Naidu,assures all possible support and cooperation PICS: Chennai battered by heavy rain Army Navy move in 10:07 am: Home Minister Rajnath Singh says the situation is alarming in Tamil Nadu He says the armed forces and the NDRF personnel have been pressed into service 10:05 am: Suresh Kumar one of our readers and a resident of Rayapuram in Chennai says the floods have affected him a lot He stays on the second floor but he says the water levels are steadily rising At the moment all the cars and motorcycles parked on the road have been inundated by rising water levels 10:00 am: Over 100 students are stranded inside Dr MGR school for the Speech and hearing impaired Sudden flooding in the area have raised water levels up to the first floor Rescue teams and local residents have started rescue operations 9:50 am: The Chennai corporation has released a few helpline numbers for people affected by the floods Tree fall waterlogging – 1913 Sewage overflow – 45674567 22200335 State Emergency – 1070 District Emergency – 1077 Electricity – 1912 Fire & Rescue -101 Other office numbers: 1st Regional Office (Tiruvottiyur) – 9445190001 2nd Regional Office(Manali) – 9445190002 3rd Regional Office (Madhavaram) – 9445190003 4th Regional Office(Tondiarpet) – 9445190004 5th Regional Office(Royapuram)- 9445190005 6th Regional Office(Thiru Vi Ka Nagar) – 9445190006 7th Regional Office(Ambattur) – 9445190007 8th Regional Office(Annanagar) – 9445190008 9th Regional Office(Teynampet) – 9445190009 10th Regional Office(Kodambakkam) – 9445190010 11th Regional Office (Valasaravakkam)- 9445190011 12th Regional Office(Alandur) – 9445190012 13th Regional Office (Adyar)- 9445190013 14th Regional Office(Perungudi) – 9445190014 15th Regional Office(Sholinganallur) – 9445190015 9:30 am: Flights operations at the airport remain suspended for now because of heavy flooding on the runway 9:15 am: Indigo Airlines says all its inbound/outbound flights from Chennai remain cancelled For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Abantika Ghosh | New Delhi | Updated: September 25 2016 8:35 am Top News Even as the Health Ministry announced plans on Friday for a targeted population control programme in 145 high fertility districts data from 2013 shows that nothing has changed since the deaths of 19 women in a sterilisation camp in Bilaspur in 2014 Women continue to constitute 98 per cent of the sterilised population; this despite the fact that the procedure is less complicated for men Of the total 4141502 sterilisations done in India in 2015-16 under government programmes 4061462 were tubectomies In 2014-15 out of a total 4030409 sterilisations 3952043 were tubectomies and in 2013-14 the corresponding numbers were 4303568 and 4213172 The lack of male health workers is the primary reason why the age-old myth about men becoming “weak” — a euphemism for the loss of sexual prowess — has remained unaddressed thus transferring the entire burden of population control on to women in a country where the use of contraceptives is still not common in the rural areas Statewise data reveal the lack of emphasis on vasectomy a procedure in which the vas deferens is sealed off to prevent sperm from entering the seminal stream In 2013-14 Mizoram did zero vasectomies Arunachal Pradesh did 2 and Meghalaya and Nagaland 14 and 15 respectively Among the states that are now the focus of the new “Mission Parivar Vikas” Uttar Pradesh did 8375 vasectomies and 262758 tubectomies in 2013-14; 9798 vasectomies and 228198 tubectomies in 2014-15; and 6042 vasectomies and 225616 tubectomies in 2015-16 In tubectomy the woman’s fallopian tubes are sealed off so that the egg can no longer reach the uterus where post fertilisation it is implanted and grows into a baby Madhya Pradesh in 2013-14 did 6396 vasectomies and 354932 tubectomies; in 2014-15 and 2015-16 these numbers were 5980 and 367604 and 9726 and 396216 respectively For Rajasthan the vasectomy figures from 2013-14 onward were 3770 4302 and 4706; while those for tubectomy 299868 299134 and 280513 respectively In Assam yearly vasectomy figures from 2013-14 onward were 4137 4276 and 4237; those for tubectomy were 49860 40537 and 45121 Poonam Muttreja of the Population Foundation of India said “There is this huge myth that men become ‘weak’ after sterilisation Little has been done to dispel that myth The entire public health system is such that men are not even addressed; where are the multipurpose male health workers to talk to the men Since 2000 India has done away with the practice of setting population control targets yet there is something called the expected level of achievement (ELA) at the district level which really are targets Here also the ELAs for female sterilisation are much more” Muttreja said a recent study had found that only 15 per cent of funds were being used to promote spacing methods while 85 per cent were being spent on female sterilisation For 77 per cent sterilised women sterilisation was the first attempt at any sort of family planning she said to make the point that India was not doing enough to promote non-surgical contraceptive methods According to the Rural Health Statistics 2015 out of a total requirement of 153655 male health workers in the country only 55657 were in position In case of female health workers/ANMs the figures were 178963 and 212185 respectively The 145 high-fertility districts spread across seven high focus high TFR states of UP Bihar Rajasthan Madhya Pradesh Chhattisgarh Jharkhand and Assam that constitute 44 per cent of the country’s population where the new mission will be launched were selected among other things on their sterilisation performance The key strategic focus of this initiative will be on improving access to contraceptives through delivering assured services dovetailing with new promotional schemes ensuring commodity security building capacity (service providers) creating an enabling environment along with close monitoring and implementation according to a statement from the Ministry of Health For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News I am sure sincere efforts are being made and they may yield results, generally speaking, right? 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