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2017 See Mona Lisa and Vikrant enjoying their haldi ceremony. Though various committees had recommended the setting up of a national defence university,” Pacquiao has fought 21 times in HBO pay-per-view bouts since 2003, score self-goals, half-enemy to the NDA government. when People CelebWatch tweeted a picture of the couple, however, Nadiadwala was surprised.Hapless UPA watches Didi roll back Railway Minister?IEMarch 15) Since the budget is under consideration of Parliamentits outcome will be known in due course Making confusing statements about the issue is not political prudence There should always be clarity and transparency People deserve to get accurate informationalways SC Vaid Greater Noida Well doneMinister This refers to the editorial Derail Budget (IEMarch 15) I welcome the moderate hike in rail fares proposed by Dinesh Trivedi This was the need of the hour Even the aam admiwho possesses mobile phones nowwill not be much affected by the increase in general class fares Mamata Banerjees adamant opposition to all schemeswhether FDI in retailthe NCTCor others of national importance only indicates that shes a serious threat to the survival of the government at the Centre RK Kapoor Chandigarh Dinesh Trivedi deserves applause for showing the courage to do the right thing by increasing railway fares This is necessaryif we expect railways to modernise and become safer Its a shame that Mamata Banerjee has asked for the ministers removal and a rollback of the hike Ramanujam Chary Pune Kudos to Dinesh Trivedi for considering the nation over petty vote-bank politics Its pleasing to know that there are still a few such people left in Indian politics Leaders are not worried about increase in freight chargesfuel price riseetcwhich actually affect the aam admi More honest politicians like Trivedi are required in Indian politics to bring India back on track NR Menon Kochi Let PM do it Given half-a-chanceMamata Banerjee and her party can leave the railways bankrupt with their sense of populism Its time Banerjee were disabused of the impression that the railway ministry is her partys property This applies equally to parties like the DMKwho gifted the country the 2G scam UPA 2 would do well to take away the railway ministry from the Trinamools gripand let the 2012-13 rail budgetpresented by Trivedibe pursued in Parliament directly by the PM Prasad Malladi Nidadavole Didistudy economics The railway minister was realistic in accepting the inevitable hike in fares in the direction recommended by the Sam Pitroda Committee It will be unfortunate iffor his political will and courageDinesh Trivedi is indeed removed and the fare hike rolled back A vicious Didi masquerading as the messiah of the common man is out to get political mileage by making an honest minister a scapegoat Our politicians need to study the economics of the Indian Railways KC Mehta Vadodara For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: March 4 2017 3:12 am Top News Sudhir Mungantiwar state minister for finance planning and forestry who participated in District Planning Committee meeting on Friday said that his department would focus on generation of employment while awarding the funds to the districts Mungantiwar who was accompanied by Pune’s Guardian minister Girish Bapat said that the state finance department will help small entreprenuers self help groups tourism in various districts by making a provision for them in the District Plan Watch What Else is Making News “After focussing on the agriculture sector in the last financial year this year we will stress on employment generation along with agriculture This also means that the focus will also be on skill development among the youngsters who would be generators of employment and not its seekers” said Mungantiwar Mungantiwar also commented on the Shiv Sena-BJP tension that are prevailing in the state legislature saying the BJP has spoken to the party leaders and it agrees with the Sena’s demand that the working of state cabinet should be transparent “We too want transparency in fact BJP’s political agenda is clean governance We have said it time and again Our CM has said and we reitereated it again that transparency remains our top agenda However some of the demands made by them like allowing journalists into cabinet meets can’t be agreed as it’s a consitutional directive to maintain secrecy about the cabinet deliberations until the decision is arrived at” said Mungantiwar The minister said that the district administration will be directed to take decision about providing support to the economic activities after considering the local situation For all the latest Patna News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: The Delhi BJP on Sunday accused the Kejriwal government of evading its responsibility on the issue of metro fare hike and trying to mislead the people by playing "dirty politics" Delhi unit chief Manoj Tiwari and Leader of the Opposition in Assembly Vijender Gupta in a statement said that the Delhi government has a 50 per cent stake in DMRC and there can be no fare hike without its consent However the Kejriwal government has taken the stand that it had opposed any hike in fares in the Fare Fixation Committee meeting held in September last year The Delhi CM has said that the committee ought not to have overlooked the Delhi government’s objections to the hike in metro fares File photo of Delhi metro PTI Tiwari and Gupta have said they will meet DMRC chief Mangu Singh to demand withdrawal of the hike which is proposed to come into effect from 10 October They have also said that the proposed hike be put on hold till the completion of the third phase of Delhi metro Both claimed that with the prior consent of the Delhi government its chief secretary finance secretary and the transport commissioner joined the DMRC’s Fare Fixation Committee meeting and approved a 50 per cent raise in fares to be implemented in two phases — May and October 2017 They alleged that the implementation date was postponed to May as the Delhi municipal polls were scheduled in April 2017 Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot meanwhile has said in a statement that the Delhi Chief Secretary and transport commissioner were not present in the DMRC board meeting of 8 May when the decision to hike fares was taken The Delhi Metro fares were last revised in May If the hike is effected the fares will go up by a maximum of Rs 10 from 10 October The existing fare structure is: up to 2 kms-Rs 10 2-5 kms-Rs 15 5-12 kms-Rs 20 12-21 kms-Rs 30 21-32 kms-Rs 40 and for journeys beyond 32 kms-Rs 50 From 10 October for a distance of up to two kilometres the fare will remain Rs 10 but for a distance between two and five kilometres it will go up from Rs 15 to Rs 20 For the subsequent slabs it will go up by Rs 10 each which means the maximum fare will be Rs 60 The Delhi Metro on its part has been maintaining that it has a "huge loan liability" and a rapidly rising operating ratio which means its expenditure as against every rupee earned is going up By: Indo-Asian News Service | Published: October 1 2014 10:37 am This lack of understanding about “good” fats and our increasing reliance on convenience foods which often contain trans fats may be putting our heart health at risk (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News There is this common perception that eating fat is bad for health and waistline but very few know that healthy fats are essential for good health Leading health and nutrition experts have come together to dispel the common myths around fat in our diet revealing that a “fear of fat” and modern eating habits are resulting in too little “good” fat such as Omega-3 being consumed This lack of understanding about “good” fats and our increasing reliance on convenience foods which often contain trans fats may be putting our heart health at risk reports femalefirstcouk “The word ‘fat’ carries many negative connotations and as such this nutrient continues to be one of the most demonised food groups” said nutritionist Christine Bailey “In reality fats are incredibly important to our overall health and we should focus on achieving the right balance in our diets embracing sources of ‘good’ fat such as omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA which are proven to support heart health” added Bailey Omega-3s are essential fatty acids which must be obtained through the diet as the body can’t efficiently produce them independently Guidelines recommend that a healthy diet should include at least two portions of fish a week including one portion of oily fish However latest studies show many of us are not eating enough Hence we may not be getting the levels of Omega-3s that our body requires “The key is focusing on making simple positive changes such as including oily fish like mackerel or salmon in your diet or experimenting with flaxseed oil in cooking as opposed to using oils high in saturated fat” said Bailey Just as modern eating habits have altered the way we consume information and make health decisions has also changed due to the huge volume of information available at our fingertips “Today’s consumers are better informed but not better educated All too often people absorb information they see without truly understanding it and it is this lack of understanding which also applies to the issue of fat consumption that we need to address” said an expert Roger Henderson It is also said that including too much saturated or “bad” fats in diets can increase health risk while incorporating sources of unsaturated “good” fats in our diets such as omega-3 can help support heart health For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Garima Mishra | Pune | Updated: June 7 2016 8:16 am Tejesh (in white shirt) and family members Arul Horizon Related News Sixteen years ago when Subhash Sutar and his wife were expecting their fourth child one overriding concern consumed them “Will the child be able to speak and hear” The reason for their fear was that their previous three children one boy and two girls had been born impaired of hearing and speech The fourth child a boy was normal much to their relief Today the Sutars feel their greatest moments of pride have come from their three challenged children especially when their Board results have been declared While his daughters Neha (23) and Manasi (18) always scored between 70 to 80 per cent in all their exams with Neha scoring 88 per cent in her SSC their third challenged child Tejesh (21) joined the proud club of family achievers on Monday by scoring an impressive 84 per cent in his Class X board exams “Initially we would curse our fate but we now feel that our kids are at least blessed with academic intelligence which so many parents yearn for” says Sutar “In fact all my three challenged children are better in studies than the youngest ‘normal one’ Omkar” Share This Article Related Article With his meagre salary of Rs 8000 Sutar who works as a plumber for a hotel in the city struggles hard to make ends meet He says the option of looking for an expensive medical treatment for their children has never even been considered given his financial condition “With my limited income I showed them to different doctors and different hospitals in the city and may have spent around Rs 50000 but the condition of none of the three improved We never understood why it happened to us It hurts when we see other children of others talking and expressing themselves normally” says the father adding that another thing that gives him some happiness is that though the children can’t speak? 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