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“He remembers the names of our relatives and the smallest of incidents that happened in our village before he left — even that evening when the rumour spread that an elephant had run amok and he took my hand and we ran home. We run a transport business and used to be called by the Arab in whose house Baputty worked, said, As per the arrangements made by the EC.

Former CPI-Maoist zonal commander Baitha has 23 and 17 cases registered in Bihar’s Bhabua and Sasaram respectively. met him 15 days ago. But we will have to learn to adjust our sails, Idea of multi-cultural, We are currently prioritising which languages to support”. Samsung will also invite local linguistic experts to develop the local language command in the second phase “Self-sustainable ecosystem is essential because that is the only way to support users’ growing personal need” Yi said India is a huge market for Samsung for mobile phones and consumer electronics The company has maintained its leadership position in the burgeoning and dynamic Indian smartphone market commanding 24 per cent share at the end of June 2017 quarter In the consumer durables segment Samsung is a leading brand in TV panels microwaves and frost-free refrigerators It had recently launched an Internet of Things-enabled washing machine For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Canada | Published: June 10 2013 3:44 pm Related News Scientists have discovered how a liver enzyme protects cells from damage caused by jaundicea find that may lead to development of new treatments for the condition University of Guelph researchers in Canada believe the discovery may ultimately lead to an alternative treatment for jaundicesuch as a new drug or supplement Almost two out of three newborns contract jaundicewith its telltale skin yellowing Normal treatment involves use of ultraviolet light but it doesn’t always work Although the condition is usually benignsevere cases can cause permanent brain damage and lead to cerebral palsy and hearing loss Jaundice can also affect people with liver disease or increased breakdown of red blood cellsas in malaria In all casesa substance called bilirubin collects in the blood High amounts can be toxic and can cause permanent brain damagesaid Gordon Kirbyco-author of the study Previous research had found a naturally occurring enzyme that breaks down bilirubin Called cytochrome P450 2A5the enzyme is known to increase in people with liver ailments The Guelph team has shown that more bilirubin in the blood activates the gene to make this enzyme The enzyme helps remove bilirubin and prevents liver cells from dyingsaid Kirby The researchers used cultured liver cells from mice for their study Scientists need to determine safe and effective levels of the enzyme before developing any treatmentsaid Kirby “We need to fine-tune our ability to manipulate this enzyme and fully understand its role in bilirubin removal” he said The study was published in the journal Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Chennai | Published: October 2 2012 8:36 pm Related News A 20-year-old air-hostess working for a private airline was today killed in a freak accident during an adventure ride at an amusement park in the city outskirtspolice said The victima native of Nagalandsuffered head injuries when she was thrown off while taking a ride on the ‘Giant Wheel’police said She was pronounced dead at a nearby private hospital where she was rushed The cause of death was being probedpolice saidadding two personsincluding the operator of the ridewere arrested For all the latest News Archive News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Jammu | Published: December 11 2011 2:43 pm Related News The Jammu and Kashmir government will organise National School Games from December 15 here at the winter capital of the state Games like under-19 cricket (girls) and under-19 wushu (Boys and Girls) will be part of the six-day sporting extravaganzaorganised by the state Directorate of Youth Services and Sports under the aegis of School Games Federation of Indiaan official spokesman said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Charukesi Ramadurai | Updated: June 18 2017 12:34 pm In the zone: A meeting with Ginger Related News Almost everyone I meet in the first two days in Zambia tells me this is the wrong season to visit south Luangwa Late April is the end of the rainy season and the forest is particularly lush and wet Rain or no rain this is my first trip to Zambia and there is no way I am not going to see their best national park As it turns out South Luangwa is warm and welcoming even in this chilly season On the drive from the airport to the lodge a lone male tusker ambles merrily on the main road and offers me the first sighting of the trip At the lodge I rush through lunch impatient to head out into the forest Mayam doubles up as driver and guide while a younger man who does not open his mouth for the next four hours clambers in next to him with a massive torch He is going to be our eyes and ears when the sun goes down bringing the nocturnal animals out into the open especially the big cats In five minutes we are at the forest gate this time welcomed by a family of yellow baboons Like their cousins everywhere in the world they are engaged in serious monkey business jumping and screeching in unison Sprawling over 9059 sq km and nurtured by the Luangwa river South Luangwa is one of Zambia’s largest forests The landscape is green and fertile with mud tracks running between towering baobab trees and mossy lagoons This is not the classic African flat and dry landscape that I have in mind but it is beautiful in its own way The tall grass does make it difficult to spot the animals even those grazing just off the trail but Mayam is a wonder seeing and hearing the subtlest of movements Right in the midst of the thickets a large herd of impalas come into view these African antelopes as skittish as they are graceful The kids in the Indian-Zambian family sharing the jeep are keen on seeing lions but my heart is set on the elusive leopard Of course a few lions would not go unappreciated either Mayam drives on pointing out the abundant birdlife in the park: lanky yellow-billed storks perched on treetops gorgeous grey-headed kingfishers and lilac-breasted rollers the comic helmeted guinea fowl running on the ground large southern ground hornbills busy building their nests… There are no white rhinoceroses in this forest having been poached to extinction but it has a large number of hippopotamus Most of them are well concealed under the leafy layer on top of all the ponds emerging once in a few minutes to take a quick breath or a big yawn It is impossible to discern just how many hippos are under the water at any spot but Mayam says that there could be anywhere from three to 10 in a cluster As expected most of the animals had gone away in search of higher and drier ground in the last few months and are only now slowly making their way back The usual suspects like giraffes and zebras are there but in lesser numbers Mayam also points out waterbucks and bushbucks and soon my head is reeling with the effort of trying to tell them apart One of the highlights is a rare sighting of the kudu — at close to four feet they are one of the largest antelopes in the world Mayam stops the jeep by the riverbank for a quick sundowner — drinks and snacks packed by the lodge I get to see a postcard African sunset over the Luangwa river the sky painted multiple shades of orange pink and purple even as the forest winds down for the day Dusk falls suddenly plunging the area into complete darkness and the moon is just a tiny sliver high up in the sky That is when the silent one on the front seat comes to life shining his torch on the mud paths and tree tops in search of lions and leopards Ahead on the roads three jeeps have gathered around a spot — a lioness is lying in the middle of the road a picture of insouciance as if to make sure everyone gets a good look Mayam starts the jeep too soon ignoring our cries of protest But he knows what he’s doing A lion is sitting just a few feet away in a clearing in the bush away from the main road This one is named Ginger for its semi-albino looks and is a clear crowd-pleaser On seeing us he stops licking his limbs and lifts his head up to let out a series of mighty roars That done he slumps to the ground as if in exhaustion from all that hard work Despite it not being the best time of the year for wildlife Zambia manages to churn out an exciting array during my two game drives; all along I can only think of how rich the sightings would be in peak season especially on their unique walking safaris into the forest Unlike the more obvious and popular choices like Kenya and South Africa Zambia does not yet have hordes descending upon it every winter Which means that even in the busy months it is possible to have large swathes of the forest to yourself For nature enthusiasts what can be a better deal The writer is a Bangalore-based freelance journalist and photographer For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News author and teacher from Ambala. 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