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Arre sir aap!Vice President Hamid Ansari shakes hand with Pakistan’s High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit TMC’s Derek O’Brien who was representing Mamata Banerjee at the event keeps his hands to himself PTIBy: Reuters | Published: August 25 2017 7:48 pm David Villa joined the newly formed MLS outfit New York City in their inaugural season in 2015 (Source: Reuters) Related News Spain’s all-time top scorer David Villa has come out of international retirement after being named in the squad for World Cup qualifiers against Italy and Liechtenstein national team coach Julen Lopetegui said on Friday New York City FC striker Villa who hit a record 59 goals with Spain announced his retirement from the national team after the 2014 World Cup having scored in his final game against Australia as the then world champions were knocked out in the group stages in Brazil He joined the newly formed MLS outfit New York City in their inaugural season in 2015 and has scored 19 goals in 23 starts this season Villa takes the place of Diego Costa who has not linked up with Chelsea for the new season due to a dispute with coach Antonio Conte while AC Milan midfielder Suso has earned a first call up Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso was left out of the squad despite Lopetegui going to watch him in action against Tottenham Hotspur last week “We believe that calling up Villa is necessary and appropriate” Lopetegui told a news conference “He’ll give us extra mobility up front and above all he’ll contribute his enthusiasm We hope and believe he will help us” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: May 1 2017 10:50 am Preity Zinta appreciates Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s initiative to end the VIP culture Related News Bollywood actor Preity Zinta who will be making her comeback in the film industry soon has hailed the steps taken by the government to end the VIP culture in India The 42-year-old actor praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying his intent is to make difference to the lives of ordinary citizens “For our prime minister every person is important and he means it I think we are lucky to have a prime minister who not only is thinking about taking the country forward but he is also thinking about taking each citizen forward” Priety Zinta told the new agency PTI The Last Lear actor also praised the initiatives like Swachh Bharat and Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao campaigns “I also like the Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao campaign As a woman safety and education these things are important I am an army kid and it’s nice to see him (PM) talking about patriotism and our soldiers I am happy” she said When she was asked about her upcoming Bollywood projects the actor said “My next film will release soon I might be signing a new film also” Preity Zinta is also working on a women’s safety project Also read:Vikram Bhatt opens up about his relationships: Affairs with Sushmita Sen and Ameesha Patel wereshallow “I have the biggest project of my life which is a big project on women’s safety I have been working on it for five years and finally it’s going to come out this year so I have my hands full” she added Preity Zinta who is one of the co-owners of the IPL teamKings XI Punjab and also expressed her happiness on Indian Premier League becoming a global brand She believes it has had a positive impact on Indian cricket and other sports as well With inputs from PTI For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Nidhi Sinha | Updated: October 22 2014 4:46 pm Vitamin D: This is essential for muscle contraction function strength and growth so if you want to get the most from your workout make sure that you include foods rich in Vitamin D in your diet Foods high in Vitamin D include oily fish such as mackerel salmon and sardines and eggs Related News On a hot summer afternoon this year Delhi-based Shanta Gosain came home early from office to find her house in a mess her full-time househelp Aparna sleeping in a corner and her three-year-old son glued to the TV all alone Her first instinct was to blow her head off at Aparna At a calmer moment later she asked Aparna who had been with her family for almost two years now what was wrong Aparna complained of drowsiness that wouldn’t leave her all day fatigue and persisting body ache That same evening Gosain took her to a doctor who said that the 21-year-old was suffering from Vitamin D deficiency The blood reports confirmed it Three months of supplements milk and healthy food and Aparna was up and about From a poor village in West Bengal Aparna’s family could never afford a healthy diet for her But that was not the only thing that made her vitamin D deficient She hardly goes outdoors as she takes care of Gosain’s child when the latter is out to work and therefore her exposure to sunlight is minimal Ranchi-based Javed Akhtar 55 often felt lethargic and tired but never really noticed it In his choc-a-bloc schedule which started at 6 am and ended only about 8 in the evening he had little time to waste over such “trivial matters” “I realised something is wrong when I started getting infections almost every week I was often down with a cold or a stomach infection and had become very irritable” says Akhtar who is a senior official in a government bank Cases of vitamin D deficiency are on the rise in India across all classes According to a research paper authored by Ritu G and Ajay Gupta and published by MDPI titled ‘Vitamin D Deficiency in India: Prevalence Causalities and Interventions’ in Febriuary 2014 “Vitamin D deficiency prevails in epidemic proportions all over the Indian subcontinent with a prevalence of 70-100% in the general population” Another study by SRL Diagnostics cited by various newspaper reports in March found 84% of the Indian population having vitamin D deficiency The range of vitamin D levels in blood should be between 30 ng/ml and 100 ng/ml to be labelled as sufficient Readings of 0 to 20 are deficient and 20 to 30 are insufficient Above 100 is toxic The deficiency at the stage when it has not led to any disease is almost an epidemic say doctors “Vitamin D deficiency is pandemic yet it is the most under-diagnosed and under-treated nutritional deficiency in the world” according to the MDPI report Though common symptoms include what Aparna and Akhtar felt there are cases where the patients show no symptoms at all “Vitamin D deficiency may be silent Common symptoms are vague body pains fatigue general lethargy joint pains etc Bones and muscles are often found tender in such patients” says Dr JP Manocha senior consultant and head orthopaedics Sitaram Bhartia Hospital The deficiency can have devastating effects on our body It can cause frequent infections can aggravate certain conditions like diabetes tuberoculosis and depression and can even cause certain types of cancer besides causing rickets among children “Vitamin D deficiency can result in flattening\softening of bones which in turn can cause deformities in children This is most common among toddlers who are in the process of learning to walk are in the midst of rapid growth and need to exert a lot of pressure on their limbs” says Dr Malik adding that whole lot of new research has changed the way doctors have started paying attention to this aspect Two to three years back the dosage was not as much as what the children are given now “We now follow international standards and prescribe supplements from infancy” says Dr Malik When Seema (name changed) mother of six-year-old Mahi (name changed) saw her daughter sitting aloof even as kids of her age were creating a ruckus in the neighbourhood park she dismissed it as Mahi’s introvert nature She didn’t even notice Mahi had developed knock knees which she thought certain kids naturally had until a friend advised her to consult a doctor She discovered later that Mahi was severely deficient and knock knees were a sign of the deficiency reaching an advanced stage Our sedentary life is a primary reason why we lose out on the sunshine vitamin which is now being seen more than just that and as part of our general well-being A typical day for a city dweller looks like this: home to car car to office office to car and back home or to a restaurant or mall “To maintain the right vitamin D levels our skin needs to be exposed to the sun for 30-45 minutes every day” says Dr Malik Applying copious amounts of sunscreen or wearing clothes that cover your body would nullify the effects of the sun however So those too concerned about their skin tone have really something else to worry about That we are a dark-skinned race is also one of the reasons that India has such a high percentage of the population suffering from this deficiency The high level of pigmentation in our skins doesn’t allow optimum vitamin absorption even when we are exposed to the sun “Fair-skinned people are able to absorb vitamin D quickly as compared with dark skinned people In India therefore even prolonged exposure to sunlight may not be enough” says Dr Monica Mahajan senior consultant internal medicine Max Healthcare By default women are more prone owing to frequent hormonal changes that they undergo “For example during menopause the body ends up losing a lot of minerals This deficiency is very common post-menopause” says Dr Mahajan Varanasi-based Neelam Shrivastava 65 came all the way to Delhi to consult an orthopaedician because she is a patient of severe osteoporosis She doesn’t remember since when has she been vitamin D deficient but now she has an ever-present back pain also the pain in her left ankle that broke a couple of years back is persistent even now “Osteoporosis and osteopenia are bone diseases and is common among older women” says Dr Havind Tandon senior consultant orthopaedics Apollo Hospitals Regular physical exercise is very important for the health of bones “A morning walk for example will give you exercise as well as the requisite amount of sunlight” he says A healthy diet including green leafy vegetables egg yolk fatty fish like salmon is a must for patients While sunlight exposure is a major factor being predominantly vegetarian Indians don’t even take the right food; even non-vegetarians do not eat meat more than twice a week on an average Dr Tandon feels the government needs to fortify dairy products with vitamin D like it did for iodine in salt While Gosain got her entire family checked for vitamin D levels Seema has learnt never to take chance and Akhtar never forgets to take time off to lounge in the sun on the weekends For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: September 22 2016 4:30 pm Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho looks on before their English League Cup third round soccer match against Northampton Town at Sixfields Stadium Northampton (AP Photo) Top News Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has lashed out at football’s “Einsteins” for criticising him during the English Premier League club’s run of three successive defeats Despite winning the first four games of his tenure Mourinho has come under scrutiny from the media after United’s slump in form with the club currently six points behind leaders Manchester City in the league United returned to winning ways after beating third-tier side Northampton Town 3-1 in the third round of the League Cup on Wednesday “We had a bad week I know that the world is full of Einsteins I know that they tried to delete 16 years of my career” Mourinho told MUTV the club’s in-house television station “They tried to delete an unbelievable history of Manchester United Football Club and to focus on a bad week with three bad results But that’s the new football it’s full of Einsteins” United have been given the chance to redeem their recent league defeat to City after being drawn to face them at Old Trafford in the fourth round of the League Cup With home games against champions Leicester City Russian side FC Zorya Luhansk in the Europa League and Stoke City coming up Mourinho hoped his side can regain some of their lost momentum in the coming weeks “We have three home matches now in a row and it is always good to be at home” said the former Real Madrid and Chelsea manager “If the fans have been disappointed with the last week I understand completely but I am sure they will be behind the team like they always are” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Garima Mishra | Pune | Published: February 18 2016 9:30 am Top News Since the time it was established in 2008 Connecting NGO the helpline that reaches out to those going through distress and seeking emotional support has seen a sharp 50 per cent rise in the number of calls made by youngsters especially students “We get almost 5-6 calls every day out of which 2-3 are youngsters mainly students During the time of exams and results the number goes up to 10 to 12 Whenever there is a report of suicide committed by a student we see a spike in the calls made by students” said Pooja Pramod Kamble programme coordinator of Connecting NGO The helpline (1800-209-4353 (toll-free) & 09922001122) is operational all 365 days from 2 pm to 8 pm Since 2009 the helpline has also been working with 11 schools in Pune wherein they deal with students of 8th and 9th standards and educate them on the topic ‘Suicide and Prevention’ that covers warning signs of suicide myths & facts short movies on the subject discussions and activities “Once they understand the subject they reach out to the people in their friend circle and work as peer educators” Kamble says Dr Prajakta Deshpande a clinical psychologist who also works as a consultant psychologist in a reputed school in the city says that one of her very recent cases was a 17-year-old boy being diagnosed of clinical depression with active thoughts of suicide “The reason was the amount of stress he went through while preparing for his board exams” she says According to Dr Deshpande her experience of dealing with 8th and 9th standard students says that most of the time they are stuck up on certain percentage because either their siblings or cousins have gained that percentage or their parents have insisted on that particular percentage They are also scared they will not get an admission in a good college Pressure is also created when students are forced to take subjects they are not interested in Maaz Bangi a 9th standard student says he has seen his friends going through tremendous stress during exams “Two of them were so stressed that they went blank during the exam I always come between first five highest scorers of my class There are times when I push myself to study hard thinking what others will say if I don’t come in first five” For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: April 27 2016 5:40 pm Actress Shilpa Tulaskar who has been active in the entertainment industry for over a decade now says TV shows should have a parameter of not showcasing women in a “regressive” manner as it can create negative impact on viewers Related News Actress Shilpa Tulaskar who has been active in the entertainment industry for over a decade now says TV shows should have a parameter of not showcasing women in a “regressive” manner as it can create negative impact on viewers “TV’s biggest percentage in terms of viewers is women That’s why we have more of women-centric shows But my only hope is that when you have such a strong medium as television and you have stories being told why not make these women amazing people rather than making them regressive” Shilpa told IANS “They shouldn’t show women in a regressive manner If you are showing injustice being done to women then you should also show how she fights it That should and definitely become a parameter for TV shows” she added Though Shilpa best known for her roles in shows like “Dill Mill Gayye” “Ladies Special” and “Veer Shivaji” feels the television industry has created a lot of revenue generating concepts over the time “Today concept and content is not only ruled by what the audience wants to see It is predominated by the revenue that a concept will earn Definitely the revenue comes from viewership which means the audience” she said “So it is like a vicious circle I feel that we should break free a little and try to experiment with a different kind of content that doesn’t make women and people regressive” she added However Shilpa said that this transformation of TV as a medium has many negative effects too “From purely actors’ point of view theatre has given abundant opportunities to artists Today there is work for everyone in the entertainment industry” she explained “But the flip side is also this that fewer artists value their work They feel that if not here we will get work on some other show or film But artists should not leave out their inherent sensitivity and they should value and respect their work” Shilpa added Asked why she has not taken part in a reality show Shilpa said: “Reality shows are something I’m particularly not fond of It’s something that I don’t see myself doing” “I feel it’s an amazing thing to present myself as a particular character I’m not comfortable with anybody getting into my private zone or competing in a dance show” she added Shilpa will next be seen in the upcoming TV show “Jana Na Dil Se Door” as actor Vikram Singh Chauhan’s character Atharva’s mother Sujata “The mother-son relationship which is little different from what we have seen on TV till now is what drove me to take part in this show It’s not an out of the world story but the way it is presented is very unique” she said “Jana Na Dil Se Door” which will also feature Shivani Surve will be aired on Star Plus starting May 9 Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express AppBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: April 25 2016 1:56 am Related News Traffic was disrupted on the Mankhurd-Ghatkopar Link Road after a mob blocked the stretch placing on it the body of a dead woman The mob was demanding registration of a murder case against the woman’s in-laws who they claimed had driven her to suicide According to the Shivaji Nagar police the body of Yasmin Khan (23) was found hanging at her marital home Friday evening Following her death Yasmin’s parents registered a case against the in-laws alleging that their daughter took the extreme step due to the stress caused by them At 4 pm Saturday the Shivaji Nagar police arrested Akbar Ali (father-in-law) Akhturrunisa Khan (mother-in-law) and Chand Akbar Ali Khan (brother-in-law) Yasmin’s husband Akram Khan who is in Saudi Arabia is the fourth accused in the matter Share This Article Related Article “Yasmin had been married to Akram since 2012 The two had several problems Less than three months ago Yasmin’s parents approached us with complaints that their daughter was being physically and mentally harassed by her in-laws Following the complaint Yasmin’s husband moved to Saudi Arabia but the couple fought numerous times” said a senior police officer Around 330 pm Sunday Yasmin’s family turned up at the Deonar junction with their daughter’s body demanding that murder charges be added to the case Yasmin’s body had been laid on an ice slab and a mob had gathered resulting in a traffic blockade and a possible law and order situation “We had sent our officers to disperse the crowd A unit of the state reserve force was also called in About six to seven persons were injured after there was a mild lathicharge” said a senior officer After the tension was defused by 5 pm Yasmin’s body was taken to a cemetery in Deonar for burial around 6 pm WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App Singh, I like 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