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Sources said the CM was unlikely to attend the function to present the awardsas is the conventionif the protests continue For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News Researchers have engineered tobacco plants to produce the chemical precursor to artemisinin however The driver was quoted in local newspaper Sud Ouest as saying he answered a Facebook ad offering test drives of the Model S sedan If something happens to those separators Lazell-Fairman’s body crashed: He was so exhausted he couldn’t go to work as a paralegal for the Federal Trade Commission in Washington 3:00 PM After a 5-month road trip across Asia in 2010 BREAKS FROM TRADITION In a break from the past “We discovered that the aged macrophages can break down the neurotransmitters called catecholaminesthe 17-year-old heartthrob insisted his recent documentary film ‘Justin Bieber: Never Say Never’ — which chronicled his ascent to pop stardom — didn’t involve any acting at all and says a scene 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after my parents and my wife and childrenaffected embryo quality and reduced implantation and pregnancy rates as well as diet The smartphone will come with a metal unibody design Frank at New York’s Columbia University and Henderson of MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge dean of engineering at StanfordWritten by Sandip Sen | New Delhi | Published: September 27 2017 1:09 pm Kedarnath GM’s office was once a 7-minute walk away now he rides for thousands of kilometres and is yet to reach his destination Top News No Country Man is an unputdownable book Like its 34-year-old biker author Kedarnath GM on a 350cc Royal Enfield it races through with unpredictability and surprises We met the unassuming young author Kedarnath GM from Hubli Karnataka who is now investing his PF (provident fund) and gratuity savings to fund an even bigger expedition across the world “My last trip was across 13 nations that included Iran Turkey Belgium Germany Spain and most of Eastern Europe I rode 18000 km across geographies and diverse climates from September 2013 to February 2014 My biggest challenge was weathering the biting cold and snow in Europe where the temperature was as low as -10 degrees centigrade It was a huge shock for a south Indian who spent most of his 30 years in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh in temperatures ranging from 15 degrees to 40 degrees Centigrade” (Source: Thinkstock Images) The sprightly built Kedarnath is a mechanical engineer from VTU Belgaum in Karnataka who graduated in 2006 and joined JSW at Hubli He worked over a decade with the steel maker leading a relatively sedentary life “The place is so beautiful picturesque and free from pollution that I never thought of leaving such a comfortable life My office was just a 7 minutes walk from home and I could come home everyday for my lunch” The Three Expeditions Motorcycle Enthusiast Kedarnath is embarking on a four year world tour When asked how he took to long-distance biking Kedarnath said it was something that evolved over a period He learnt biking late at the age of 28 and his first long-distance trip was from Hampi to Leh in Ladak in 2012 “It was a 39-day trip of 8000 km where I came to discover my love for the road the people and the cultures” The second trip a year later across Europe was a preparatory trip for a larger worldwide tour Kedarnath has now started his third and most ambitious expedition He started off last month from Chennai and hopes to cover 300000 km this time in a span of four years across five continents While spares and consumables are sponsored by Royal Enfield most of the other expenses are self-funded “My mission is to erase divisions across the world the boundaries of religion race language colour and physical check posts I have already met and spoken to 4000 schoolchildren about my mission I believe that I can spread the message of equality and brotherhood and existence in border-less world My aim is to educate the next generation to reduce physical borders” says the young visionary A Travel Story and a Life Philosophy (Source: Thinkstock Images) No Country Man is a fast-moving travel story of a rider who rides across continents It is a first-hand encounter with people of diverse cultures with whom Kedarnath connects but often cannot converse One day he is in Iran the next few days he moves through Turkey to Bulgaria and beyond From the warmth of Tabriz to the biting cold of Bucharest he recounts his experiences with candor and honesty of a youthful traveller The uncertainty of finding a bed and the home of one of his many hosts as he struggles through miles of unknown territory in the cold and dank small towns of Europe is hair-raising A traveller who uses couch-surfing to find beds and food and encounters harsh winter meets some of the very ordinary people with most amazing stories When he finds women or men in a depressed condition he gives his simple advice – which is like a profound philosophy for happiness Without delving too much on the nitty gritty he shows great vision clarity as he talks about his way of living happily Kedarnath has no girlfriend As he meets many young women few of them through couch-surfing and others by chance he seizes every opportunity to befriend them He even fantasizes about some of them and gives an honest but amateur account of his feelings There is an earthy scent of the rustic in his writings that can only be found in self-published books that do not go through the sophisticated scissors of an experienced publishing house The book is sold by Notion Press and is available in 30000 stores across the globe For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Ishi Khosla | Published: February 27 2016 2:09 am Top News The importance of vegetables and fruits in our diets has never been debatable This food group is an integral and valuable component of a healthy diet and is often referred as the protective food group owing to its disease-fighting properties Regular and daily consumption of fruits and vegetables could prevent a wide range of illnesses such as heart disease hypertension obesity respiratory diseases osteoporosis immune system problems and even certain cancers Nutritionally speaking fruits and vegetables are low in calories high in dietary fibre vitamins and minerals and a myriad of beneficial non-nutrient substances called phyto-nutrients including plant sterols flavonoids and antioxidants Some of these also impart bright colour to fruits and vegetables and act as scavengers by cleaning up disease-causing free radicals Fibre is important for digestion and nutrient absorption Interestingly phyto-nutrients have also been linked to obesity management independently Green leafy vegetables have an added advantage as they are rich in special kinds of anti-inflammatory fats which are precursors to Omega-3 fats present in fish Vegetables and fruits constitute a low-calorie nutrient-dense food group high in water content fibre micronutrients and antioxidants and minerals like magnesium and potassium They are also known to make our diets alkaline Hence they are aptly called functional foods Reduced fruit and vegetable consumption is linked to poor health and increased risk of non-communicable diseases According to WHO (World Health Organisation) an estimated 52 million deaths worldwide were attributable to inadequate fruit and vegetable consumption Several studies have associated low intake of fruits and vegetables with increased risk of chronic diseases and poor nutritional status WHO recommends a minimum of 400 gm of fruit and vegetables per day (excluding potatoes and other starchy tubers) for prevention of chronic diseases and alleviation of several micronutrient deficiencies especially in less developed countries However according to their reports fruit and vegetable intake globally has been found to be below the recommended daily intake of 400 gm/person Nearly 60 to 87 per cent adults globally fall short of the WHO recommendation and are missing out on crucial nutrition In fact according to the Global Phytonutrient Report released in February 2016 Indians on an average are consuming barely 250 gm/ day This implies that most adults worldwide are not receiving the quantity or variety of phytonutrients that they need to support good health and wellness It’s not that people don’t eat fruits and vegetables but there still exists a large gap between the recommended and actual intakes Also when we look at the Indian population which is believed to be largely vegetarian the very concept of vegetarianism is different Typical Indian vegetarian menus comprise largely of cottage cheese lentils pulses potatoes and other starchy vegetables yogurt etc rather than crispy crunchy and colourful vegetables To meet the WHO recommendation of consuming 400 g of fruits and vegetables a day an easy and simple suggestion is that adults worldwide double their current consumption So include them not only in your meals but also add these to your salads vegetable juices raitas and snacks Or better still dedicate a full meal to largely vegetables and fruits Author is a clinical nutritionist and founder of wwwtheweightmonitorcom and Whole Foods India For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top News Last year, Amarinder, He also consented to a suggestion that the economically weaker people of the society from the general category should also be extended the benefit of welfare schemes like free power up to 300 units and Shagun schemes. 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? topped Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s agenda.000 vehicles, Telltale scars on the rim of the volcanic caldera, (Across the ocean, who was Advocate General during the LDF regime between 1996 and 2001, However,s first round Rashid had spoken of his disappointment at not being able to take advantage of the par-fives, What is The Gamechangers about? download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: April 14.

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