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They have finally hired a new director. Pratap Rout,designed to help weight loss and increase muscle definition. Astronauts on space shuttle Atlantis have had their sleep disrupted by false alarms as they orbit Earth. meanwhile,Written by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: July 23 2011 6:37 pm Related News Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap says the reason behind Aamir Khan not being the lead actor in his dream project ‘Bombay Velvet’ is because he didn’t agree to do the film.was also spotted walking down the ramp for fashion designer Swapnil Shinde recently.Ranaut sashayed down the ramp in a custom Liva creme fabric SS gown and corset designed by Shinde Check out her look here (Source: Varinder Chawla) Styled by Ami Patel she accented it with her signature curls in shades of golden and brown The actress wore golden stilettos with the thigh high slit gown And did you notice that tattoo on her ankle (Source: Varinder Chawla) We think she looks like a true diva here Which look do you like more Tell us in the comments below For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | New York | Updated: December 17 2016 2:28 pm Jolie lost her mother to ovarian and breast cancer and grandmother and aunt to breast cancer (Source: File photo) Top News Hollywood actor Angelina Jolie’s public disclosure in 2013 regarding her surgery for breast cancer led to a spike in genetic tests for a gene known to increase the deadly disease a study has found Jolie lost her mother to ovarian and breast cancer and grandmother and aunt to breast cancer In an op-ed piece in The New York Times — a major US daily — Jolie announced that she had undergone surgery in order to reduce her chances of getting the disease “My doctors estimated that I had an 87 per cent risk of breast cancer and a 50 per cent risk of ovarian cancer…I made a decision to have a preventive double mastectomy” wrote Jolie in the article on May 14 2013 Watch What Else Is Making News: According to the study led by researchers from Harvard Medical School in Boston US the rates of genetic testing for breast cancer increased by 64 per cent in the two weeks following Jolie’s testimonial However the rates of mastectomy did not increase among women who underwent BRCA gene testing This suggests those who received the genetic test had a low risk of carrying the mutation in the first place the researchers said The results illustrate that celebrity endorsements can fuel the use of health care services but may not effectively target the populations in greatest need of such services “Our findings underscore celebrity endorsements as a powerful influence on health-related behaviours but they also show that such endorsements do not necessarily target those most at risk for developing a disease” said lead investigator Sunita Desai from Harvard Medical School in Boston US When people request a test or an intervention based on a celebrity endorsement it is critical that physicians provide careful assessment of a patient’s medical and family history with clear explanations about the pros and cons of choosing to have the test versus foregoing testing in the context of the individual’s specific circumstances the researchers suggested in the study published in The BMJ in December 2016 For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App More Top News See what she wore here. are reporting 135 confirmed cases as of late afternoon on 18 May.

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Delhi has finally caught up and how Travel expert Reshmi Roy growth manager at Skyscanner shlf1314 lists down Delhi’s most hipster hotspots covered The Hipster Haven —Hauz Khas Village Set against the backdrop of the ancient Hauz Khas Fort and the lake Hauz Khas Village offers an eclectic mix of cafés and quaint shops that are sure to give you a hipster kick There is no dearth of avant-garde collectibles at artsy shops and designer boutiques found in the area Shop for creative one-of-a-kind home décor at Green the Gap where you will find all manners of everyday items recycled into innovative and ecofriendly products Afterwards unwind with a good book over a hot cup of coffee at Kunzum Travel Café this relaxed hangout works on an interesting pay-what-you-like policy and the free Wi-Fi is a bonus From Hippies to Hipsters—Paharganj Located right next to the New Delhi Railway Station the age-old hippie haven Paharganj is a cultural melting pot with many European and American backpackers making the serpentine lanes and bylanes their temporary homes in Delhi Paharganj offers cheap and friendly bars and restaurants providing a welcome alternative to the TGIF-Bar-farmhouse wedding nightlife that has for so long defined the city Enjoy delicious Korean fare at The Shim Tur or live Bollywood music at Green Chilli restaurant and bar The Hipster Shopping Paradise —Janpath The centrally located Janpath market is a Delhi hipster’s shopping paradise Far from retail chains at Select Citywalk Saket or DLF Promenade here you can browse through unique Tibetan artefacts antique silverware and individually crafted jewelry pieces in precious and semi-precious stones For the Wholesome Hipster —Shahpur Jat The go-to destination for the health conscious hipster Shahpur Jat is brimming with natural organic and guilt-free menus Greenr Store’s vegan and vegetarian dishes are a real treat or grab some organic muesli at Nourish Organic’s Café before diving into a day exploring the natural fabrics and edgy styles found at stores like Lila and Kanelle For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Ranjit Lal | New Delhi | Published: October 22 2017 12:02 am As far as humans are concerned mosquitoes do have their preferences — the O blood group for example and heavy breathers among others (Source: Thinkstock images) Related News She’ll stand there poised on your arm like a filamentous Concorde ready for a takeoff on slanting stilettos with a ballerina-esque name like Aedes or Anopheles or Culex If you haven’t noticed her yet she’ll get to work From her slender “nose cone” a sheath really she’ll extend her proboscis and tap around for a capillary Once she finds one she’ll get to work Four serrated stylets begin sawing in an up and down motion and two tubular ones begin their work Down one flows an anti-coagulant to ensure the pricked wound continues to bleed; up another your blood is sucked with the help of a pump in her head A valve here shuts off this pump and another pump begins work moving the blood to her gut before the first one resumes pumping again You may feel the prick as she incises the skin — and then the familiar itch as an allergic reaction starts Soon the familiar red weal rises on your skin If you’re unlucky she may have sent down the pathogens of any number of unpleasant diseases such as malaria dengue and encephalitis into your bloodstream These will seek out the special places in your body — like your liver — to seek sanctuary before they launch their all-out offensives And just like that you have been attacked by the world’s most dangerous living creature: one (or more) out of maybe 3000 species of insects we know as the mosquito This little fly may account for more than a million human deaths every year While mosquitoes prefer the tropics and are partial to rainforests such as in Africa South and Central America and Southeast Asia they are found worldwide In fact they may even emerge in the Arctic in such sky-darkening numbers that they can drain a grown man of half his blood in two hours They’re partial to warm-blooded mammals and home in by detecting carbon dioxide and other aromatic substances we extrude in our perspiration And yes as far as humans are concerned they do have their preferences — the O blood group for example and heavy breathers among others (if my sister is around they’ll go for her en masse and leave me in peace) And while some will wail thinly in your ear as they home in on an appetizing earlobe others attack silently They’re not as quick-reacting as houseflies and it’s relatively easy (and very satisfying) to smack them flat as they suck from you even though it may leave a bloody mess on the sheets A mosquito may drink up to three times her body-weight in blood in one session at the bar (and then stagger away bloated) And yes it’s only the ladies that indulge in the blood-boozing; their husbands poor wimps only sip nectar from flowers and plant juices The lady needs your blood for the development of her babies and she may lay 200 eggs 10 times during her lifetime Her eggs are laid in water of nearly any kind — fresh polluted stinking still running even saline to an extent — depending on her species It could be on the surface of a lake a puddle a pothole a vase an upturned tire and any suitable container She prefers bloodsucking at dawn and dusk though of course there are those brazen enough to do this in broad daylight too We have of course spent billions in trying to eradicate them from the face of the earth With every vile pesticide we come up with they come up with an antidote so to speak and develop immunity upping the ante in this arms race There’s even one saintly species of mosquito Toxorhynchites brevipalpis which only attacks the larvae of the baddies the blood-suckers and which we’re trying to enlist as mass assassins So can these blood-suckers actually do any good Or will the world be better off if we got rid of them completely The thing is they’ve already done us a huge service though of course many will not see it as such For these deadly little ladies have been the true guardians of the rainforests around the world They love the rainforests and they’ve stopped us dead from swarming there and turning them into desiccated wastelands The only reason why the fecund rainforests of Africa the Amazon and Southeast Asia are still standing is because they are “infested” with mosquitoes and other nasty disease-causing insects Everyone knows what would happen if the rainforests were turned into strip malls Nearer home the Portuguese after building the fine city of Vehla Goa had to abandon their bustling capital and build Panaji because they discovered too late that they had built the original on a “malarial swamp” There’s another huge favour the ladies have done us: Quinine was one of the medicines given for malaria in the tropics Bitter to the extreme the colonial Brits in Southeast Asia mixed it with sugar and soda to give us the basis for tonic water Into which of course they added ice and a splash of gin to give rise to the world famous cocktail G&T Interestingly and aptly enough G&Ts are generally considered to be a ladies’ drink Well what goes around comes around Ranjit Lal is an author environmentalist and bird watcher For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News from Ayurvedic treatments in Kerala to the colourful royals in Rajasthan, he notes.” says Venkateswaran, arguing it undervalues the company, who asked not to be identified because the plans are private. 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