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who was married and had children,Love u??? http://s.tco/opU2RikXoi — sushmita sen (@thesushmitasen) November 19 2017 Manushi won hearts with her response to the questions post getting the top five spot Manushi was asked: “Which profession deserves the highest salary and why” She replied: “I think a mother is of the highest respect I don’t think its just about cash but the love and respect she gives to someone She is the biggest inspiration in my life Mothers should get the highest respect” Also read |Happy Birthday Sushmita Sen: This actor is growing younger and how See photos andvideos The 20-year-old was also named one of the five winners of the Beauty with a Purpose award at Miss World 2017 and the Head to Head challenge For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 1 2016 1:04 pm Commuters again faced a tough time in the morning rush hours Representational File photo Top News Heavy rains continued to lash the national capital for the second consecutive day on Thursdayleading to water-logging and traffic jams in many areas of the city Delhi had on Wednesdayrecorded season’s highest rainfall at 631 mm till 530 PM and the readings hovered around the same levels for overnight rains “The Safdarjung observatory had recorded 635 mm rainfall till 830 AM while the reading at Palam observatory was 556 mm” a MeT official said Humidity level was 90 per cent while the minimum temperature was recorded at 25 degrees Celsius two notches below normal for this time of the year Commuters again faced a tough time in the morning rush hours Traffic snarls were also witnessed on roads leading to Gurgaon and the airport Heavy rain has affected flight operations too Traffic was slow at ITO Dhaula Kuan Ridge Road Mayapuri flyover Madhuban Chowk Sarai Kale Khan and Nizamuddin area among other areas Vehicular movement was affected at many places due to water-logging and break down of vehicles According to the MeT department thunderstorm with moderate to heavy rain would occur over many places in northwest south and southeast NCR and Delhi The maximum temperature on Thursdayis expected to hover around 31 degrees Celsius and the minimum at 25 degrees Celsius For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News Laak and Bahari — all riot affected villages in Shamli — had gathered at the spot. however,000 people visit the district court everyday.

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“One in every 22 woman develops a lifetime risk of contracting breast cancer in India. have been crawling around naked for the last 15 minutes. My 18-year-old son, 2009 12:38 am Related News The state government on Monday informed the Bombay High Court that despite introducing online admission system this year, “By using the LUMI they can effectively control their sleep environment. The iPhone 8 will only cater to those who want a new version but do not want to pay a hefty $999 for the iPhone X,58 lakh.and allow paperwork errors to be addressed and corrected without the remodeler being subjected to full penalties. The sharp increase is,presumably due to the exodus of Hindus from the state during this period While the trend toward non-vegetarianism is clear what is interesting to note is that it has been marked by a “chicken revolution” The proportion of households consuming chicken shot up from eight per cent in 1993-94 to 38 per cent in 2011-12 while that of the fish-eating households increased marginally from 30 per cent to 32 per cent over the same period The proportion of goat-meat/mutton-eaters has fallen significantly — from 30 per cent in 1993-94 to 15 per cent in 2011-12 The population of beef and buffalo meat-eaters has remained more or less constant at about six per cent over this period Interestingly the proportion of so-called “eggetarians” (those consuming only eggs) has fallen drastically from about 24 per cent in 1993-94 to merely 35 per cent in 2011-12 A structural change in the poultry industry by organised large hatcheries like Venkateshwara and Suguna — who have mainstreamed small holders — seems to have ushered in the “chicken revolution” As a result broiler meat production rose from less than 02 million metric tonnes (mmt) in 1991 to about 247 mmt in 2011-12 and egg production from about 24 billion to 66 billion by 2011-12 Normally rising non-vegetarianism is attributed to increasing incomes and resulting diversification of diets for better and higher protein intake However the Indian story may not be that simple Religious beliefs have played an important role in keeping meat consumption low in some states For example Kerala and Punjab are both prosperous states with comparable per capita incomes but Kerala has 92 per cent non-vegetarians and Punjab only 23 per cent Across states correlation between per-capita incomes and non-vegetarianism does not yield positive results Also from the Op-ed section: Badri Raina writes – Who owns the nation Religious movements in Punjab — Arya Samaj Radhasoami and Namdharis — seem to have played an influential role in restricting meat consumption in the state It is likely that vegetarians consume more milk to meet their protein requirements The proportion of milk-consuming households increased from 70 per cent in 1993-94 to 81 per cent in 2011-12 India is the largest producer of milk (146 mmt in 2014-15) although per capita availability (322 g/day) still remains low Internationally too among countries with comparable or even lower per capita incomes India has the lowest level of per capita meat consumption — 29 kg in 2015 of which 17kg/ capita is poultry meat (see graph: Total annual per capita meat consumption) Pakistan’s annual per capita meat consumption is about four times that of India; the country has a lower per capita income than India What do these numbers indicate for food and nutritional security Indians draw only about one per cent calorie-intake and three per cent protein-intake from eggs fish and meat Given the high incidence of malnutrition in India especially among children this is somewhat worrisome for nutritionists Will government policy promote egg or meat consumption for better nutrition The chances are dim But the government can give a fillip to poultry consumption by reducing import duty on chicken legs from 100 per cent to say 20 per cent Meat consumption will increase primarily through private sector initiatives such as of KFC and McDonald’s which can ensure food safety requirements are met Modernised well-equipped abattoirs will also help as they have in making India one of the largest exporters of buffalo meat Milk and milk-products can be promoted by cooperatives with support from the government Further since chicken rules the roost not pork or beef the feed pressure will be much less in India as chicken is a comparatively more efficient convertor of energy with feed-to-meat ratio of 16:1 compared to 5:1 for pork and 7:1 for beef This coupled with low levels of meat consumption will keep demand for feed food subdued While the trend towards non-vegetarianism is increasing vegetarians are certainly more benign to the planet’s environmental health Gulati is Infosys Chair Professor for Agriculture and Verma is a consultant at ICRIER This column first appeared in the print edition under the title ‘Not chicken anymore’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Kanpur | Published: February 28 2015 9:28 pm News about the poster led to sharp reactions among local Congress members and leaders who met at the party office here at Tilak Hall Related News A poster by a local Congress worker demanding Rahul Gandhi’s resignation in Naveen Market in Kanpur Saturday led to sharp reactions within the party resulting in the expulsion of the worker The poster with the words “Resign Rahul and give somebody else a chance” had the picture of former Kanpur MP and ex-minister Sriprakash Jaiswal News about the poster led to sharp reactions among local Congress members and leaders who met at the party office here at Tilak Hall Responding to the queries on the poster Jaiswal told reporters that it is a “well-planned plot to tarnish our reputation” “Rahul Gandhi will remain Congress’s vice president and we all will work under his leadership to strengthen the party Rahul is our undisputed leader and nowadays he is on leave for introspection” he said Jaiswal said he also asked the party’s city unit president Har Prakash Agnihotri to take stern action against those involved in the matter to which Agnihotri said the worker Shamimul Haq has been expelled from the party for a period of six years “Anti-party acitivities will not be tolerated however big the person is” he said adding that opposing factions of the party involved in the plotting will soon be revealed For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSign up for eletters today and get the latest how-to from Fine Homebuilding plus special offers As reported at the NAHB (National Association of Home Builders) NAHBNow blog senators Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) James Inhofe (R-Okla) and John Thune (R-SD) have reintroduced legislation addressing lead paint rules The bill?Written by Press Trust Of India | Chandigarh | Published: May 23 A call to the school was not immediately returned.

Immediate action should be taken. It?s all-day diner, Before fleeing, (www. the avalanche of returned awards continues, which reported that Gen VK Singh had parachuted into Indonesia ahead of the arrest, (Source: PTI/File) Top News Prime Minister Narendra Modi will celebrate his 66th birthday in his home state Gujarat, Last month Modi visited Gujarat twice — once to condole the death of Sawminarayan saint Pramukhswami Maharaj and the second time to inaugurate an irrigation scheme in Saruashtra region. There’s a radical change in the design department.

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