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“We are still waiting to complete the script and will take a call for the rest of cast soon, 2016 4:38 pm After two decades, he holds Pragya tight and asks who is the father of the baby. though, Reports suggest that the 50-year-old actor is on a strict diet to look lean.” he said. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Swati Mahajan | Chandigarh | Published: July 10, 2012 3:54 am Related News The time is now In an article in People? download Indian Express App More Related NewsBhopal: The RSS on Thursday said the charges against Jay Shah," Hosabale said.

Rs 11, Read: Reliance Jio files complaint with CCI against telcos Back in September Vodafone announced a free data plan offering 10 GB 4G mobile services at the price of 1 GB plan.Under the offer Vodafone customers with a new smartphone get additional 9GB of 4G mobile broadband usage when they get the 1 GB plan recharge Similarly in October Airtel announced 10GB of 4G/3G data for users who purchase a new 4G-enabled smartphone and got a recharge of Rs 259 For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: ANI | Washington | Published: October 12 2016 8:32 pm Of the 2477 parents only 28 per cent of those who self reported a food allergy actually tested positive This tells us that either people haven’t been tested and are assuming an allergy from a previous reaction to a food or they haven’t been tested properly and may not truly have an allergy (Source: Pixabay) Top News A recent study highlights that only 28 per cent of parents of kids with food allergies tested positive to the foods to which they reported allergies Sensitivity to a food can be indicated in a skin prick test or a blood test but does not always show a true allergy unless there has been a previous reaction to the food “Parents of kids with food allergies had a higher rate of positive blood and skin tests to foods than the general population” said allergist Melanie Makhija Adding “But of the 2477 parents only 28 per cent of those who self reported a food allergy actually tested positive This tells us that either people haven’t been tested and are assuming an allergy from a previous reaction to a food or they haven’t been tested properly and may not truly have an allergy Allergy testing including blood and skin prick testing are not always reliable; there are a lot of false positives” Parents of children with food allergies were recruited from local hospital clinics and community settings To be eligible families had to have a child with a food allergy In response to the questionnaire 137 per cent of parents reported having a food allergy Of that group only 28 per cent tested positive to the food to which they reported being allergic “Previous studies have focused on the general adult population” said co uthor of the study allergist Rachel Robison “While we found positive test results were more common in parents of kids with food allergies the actual levels in the blood for the foods were quite low Low positives in allergy testing are more likely to be false positives This points to the importance of proper testing for any kind of allergy but particularly food allergies Interestingly we also found that of the parents who reported no food allergy 14 per cent had positive tests to peanut and sesame for example” she added According to the American College of Allergy Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI) skin tests may reveal sensitisation but being sensitised to an allergen doesn’t mean you are allergic Oral food challenges remain the gold standard for allergy testing and are considered very accurate for diagnosing allergies An allergy blood test alone is not as accurate Food allergy tests aren’t able to predict future risk for someone who has never eaten the food before Allergists are specially trained to administer allergy testing and diagnose the results They can then tailor a plan specific to your allergies The study was published in Annals of Allergy Asthma and Immunology the scientific publication of the American College of Allergy Asthma and Immunology For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsSending clear signals of anti-incumbency against the Okram Ibobi Singh-led Congress government in Manipur the Bharatiya Janata Party on Tuesdayemerged as a strong contender of the Imphal Municipal Council (IMC) In the result declared so far of the election held on 2 June the saffron party has bagged 5 seats which is equal to the number of wards won by the ruling Congress party It is seen as a big gain for the saffron party In the last IMCelection BJP barely managed to win one seat whereas Congress won 14 out of total 27 number of wards spread across two districts namely Imphal East and Imphal West A source in the Deputy Commissioner’s office said that counting of votes are likely to continue till Wednesday Manipur Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh Image courtesy PIB The ambience in the state BJP office was buoyant “It is a good sign for us Especially at a time when the state is heading towards assembly election to be held early next year” says Bikram Singh a party worker For beginners Manipur is the next Congress bastion after Assam the BJP has tacitly declared to dismantle Signs of anti-incumbency against the Congress government which has been ruling the state for the last 14 years showed during the election itself More than 80percentvoters turned out despite unrest going on the Imphal valley till the previous day Aggressive movement on demand of implementing Inner Line Permit system in Manipur has kept the police on it’s tows for the last one month Results declared so far indicate BJP’s growing grip over the plains Both the districts are on the plains of the state But voices in the plains often do not echo in the hills of Manipur “Politics in the hills differ from that of plains” admits Ksh Bhabananda Singh who has recently been selected as the party’s state president He also adds that the party has yet to figure out as to how to connect to the masses of the hills to have a coveted result in the forth coming assembly election The political terrain “The political situation in Manipur somewhat resembles Assam Like Assam having large Assamese Hindu population we have a sizeable Meitei population who are also mostly Hindus” the state president says “Moreover there is growing mistrust between the hills and plains” he explains He also says that Nagas and Kukis who dwell in the hills are mostly Christians and Meiteis and those living in the plains are mostly Hindus But JNU professor Oinam Bhagat who is a known figure in Manipur says that political terrain in Manipur far more complex than it appears “Meiteis cannot be bundled into a singular identity Among the Meiteis there are also Christians and Sanamahis who also do not identify themselves as Hindus” he adds North East Student Organisation Secretary General Sinam Prakash Singh says that there are also issues related to civil society demands to implement Inner line Permit System and to recognise Meiteis as scheduled tribes A brief history of strife “Some hill dwellers feel neglected and complain Meiteis who live in the plains absorb most of the development funds” says the Manipur BJP president “On the other hand some Meiteis feel their cultural identity and economy being threatened because of influx of population to the plains of Manipur from both hills and other parts of India” he adds The land in the plains of Manipur is not reserved by any law The law permits any Indian citizen to own land here On the other hand the land in the hills is reserved only for the tribals residing there “There are also other reasons for the growing mistrust” says a journalist who did not wish to be named “In 2001 Government of India extended its ceasefire agreement with the Naga militant outfit NSCN (IM) withdrawing the clause of ‘territorial limit’ of its operation This irated the Meiteis” he explains The agreement was seen as an official recognition of the demand of constituting greater Nagaland layed down by the outfit Demanded Greater Nagaland encompassed a major part of Manipur also “Violent protests rose in the Meitei dominated valley of Manipur Many lost their lives” recollects Sinam Prakash Singh of NESO These protests led the Government of India to revert to its original ground rule of ceasefire agreement which did not allow the outfit to move ‘without territorial limits’ Greater Nagaland also included large areas of Kuki inhabitance The ceasefire agreement led to fresh violence among Nagas and Kukis Brigadier Sushil Sarma who is posted as the DIGP of CRPF in North East says in one of his articles that signing of the Naga Peace Accord in recent times has allayed fears in Manipur Arunachal and Assam But political parties continue to play on differences Manipur Congress spokesperson Biren Singh says that very little is known about what is written in the Naga Peace accord “If it contains anything against the interest of the larger section of the society than it will enhance mistrust further” he points out The hills saw violent protests fearing impingement of the interests of the tribals when the Manipur Assembly accepted three bills on 31 August last year to provide with Inner Line Permit System a demand layed down by Meiteis Differences are not only between hills and plains There are also differences among the Meiteis dwelling in the Manipur valley “Twenteith century Manipur saw revival of traditional Manipuri religion among the Meiteis It was known as Sanamahi movement and was primarily anti Hindu Sanamahis are still a strong voice among the Meiteis” says Professor Oinam Bhagat The election strategy “BJP has opted for a two pronged strategy to win Meitei votes in Manipur One is overt and the other is covert” says Professor Bhagat who keeps tab of political happenings in Manipur “In an overt attempt to win over votes of Meitei Hindus it has been using the bait of Inner Line Permit Sytem” he adds The Congress which has 28 MLAs from the plains was early to spot this opportunity “Our government has already passed three bills last year in the assembly which will protect the political and economic rights of the Manipuris The bills have been sent for the President of India’s assent but they have not been returned yet” says Congress spokesperson N Biren Singh He also adds that the said bills neither impinge upon the rights of the tribals nor the people who have already settled in Manipur Rather they aim at restricting further influx of people to the state by making it difficult to purchase land here BJP keen on garnering Meitei votes is actively supporting the Inner Line Permit System cause Hinting that the Central Government may pass another legislation to protect the economic and political rights of Manipur if the said three bills fail to get President’s assent Ksh Bhabananda Singh the state president of BJP says “Our party leaders have assured me that an Act in the lines of Inner Line Permit System will be brought into force before Assembly Election” “In it’s covert attempt to attract Sanamahi voters BJP has given the bait to recognize them as scheduled tribes While doing this the party has used neither any of it’s agencies nor of RSS’s but with agencies those have no direct links with it” says Professor Bhagat IMC result declared so far suggest that strategies to win Meitei votes have started showing results Limiting the flow of central government funds by central government to Manipur is also seen as another strategy opted by the saffron party “BJP government in Delhi has limited development funds to Manipur On account of which dissidence grew in Manipur Congress” says Congress spokesperson N Biren Singh Although he feels that Manipur Congress may not have to face the crisis that it’s counterpart in Assam did where Himanta Biswa Sarma a vatern Congress leader alongwith a bunch of dissident MLAs defected to BJP He also says that his party leadership has taken timely step to mitigate dissidence by accommodating disgruntled MLA’s in the state cabinet But a source in the Congress tipped that BJP has continued trying to woo away a good number of it’s MLAs The saffron party plans to fill up its dearth of powerful candidates to field in various constituencies the source says Last year two of the defecting MLAs of Trinamool Congress Party won bypoll as BJP candidates Now the party has two MLAs in the 60-member state assembly of Manipur What seems to perturb the saffron party leadership are the hills of the state which it is still clueless about how to make inroads there Analysts say that alliance with Naga Peoples Front which has strong holds in certain hill constituencies might have helped BJP But NPF promote the idea of Greater Nagaland Alliance with it may risk BJP’s targeted Meitei Hindu voters in plains “Though NPF is an ally of NDA we have to discuss with our leaders about how much beneficial it will be for us to have an alliance with them here” Bhabananda Singh the state president of Manipur BJP raises doubt He also says that state BJP might not ally with North East Democratic Alliance formed by party President Amit Shah just after the result of Assam Assembly Election was declared For it also has NPF as it’s ally In the last assembly election held in 2012 Congress won 14 of the 19 assembly constituencies in the hills and 28 out of 41 in the plains “I am not sure how BJP is going to benefit by only focusing on the constituencies in the plains” says Professor Bhagat Until and unless BJP formulates a strategy to connect to the voters in the hills its strategies to win over Manipur may prove ineffective despite other factors lined in its favour Far be it for anyone to grudge the windfall of wealth being rained down upon our medal-winning athletes I just wonder if this post-victory largesse by governments and individuals is actually an incentive or does it work as a slaking of the thirst for greater glory It whittles the desire to fight If I got Rs 12 crores would I try harder or simply become a business person Been there done that Would it not have been better if sports stars like PV Sindhu and Sakshi Malikhad been promised handsome monthly salaries performance bonuses and guaranteed fiscal security at the end of their playing days and a great deal of this wealth divided and given to creating an infrastructure for them to hone their skills Invest in them? Pallavi Deshpande,firing a shot at the victim Ikramuddin? saying: To you your religion,186 schools of Delhi in the EWS and disadvantaged groups category? The data did not include 765 public schools and a few minority schools as they did not provide statistics to the deputy directors of Education of their area The High Court had directed the government to provide information on the number of seats vacant under the EWS category and also inquired how the DoE intended to fill these The same dayEducation Minister Arvinder Singh Lovely had said that these seats would be filled by the Directorate of Education The Directorate advertised the seats vacant on May 28and then again in mid-June Three days before the deadlinethe DoE conducted draw of lots for EWS admissions to various city schools According to petitioner Khagesh Jhaapproximately 1200 schools hurriedly conducted a draw of lots for EWS seats in their schools on June 27 and 28 DoE officials said though the admission process is not complete yetthe process will be finished soon as the draw of lots has been conducted in most schools.educational centres,once even in his seventies.

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