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A seven-time sitting MP, Gogoi said that the Foreigners’ Tribunals have been strengthened for detection and deportation of illegal migrants. The state government is supposed to make its argument in this matter by next Friday.” Villagers living in Satabhaya region depend on country boats that help them cross the creek every day. But O’Connor,the movement aims at treating Ganga symbolising all the rivers and water bodies across the nation and Himalayas,” he said.

The complaint has been recently forwarded by the PMO to Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan’s Grievances Cell and to the Social Justice Department. a police officer said.The situation is getting worse in the district.” said Gaist.The study was published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | San Francisco | Published: December 15 2017 1:25 pm This new feature will allow businesses to seamlessly send ads through Facebook and messaging app WhatsApp (File Photo) Related News If you are an advertiser on Facebook you now have a bigger audience to cater to as Facebook has launched a click-to-WhatsApp button on its platform that will let advertisers connect with over one billion WhatsApp users Facebook that has over two billion users confirmed this to TechCrunch on Friday that it is rolling out the feature gradually starting with North and South America Africa Australia and most of Asia “Many people already use WhatsApp to communicate with small businesses It’s a fast convenient way to stay in touch” Pancham Gajjar Product Marketing Manager Facebook was quoted as saying “By adding a click-to-WhatsApp button to Facebook ads businesses can now make it even easier for people to learn about their products set up an appointment or use their service” he added Facebook said that over a million Pages currently include WhatsApp numbers in their posts To make the new feature work reported Adweek businesses that have WhatsApp numbers can add ‘send message’ buttons with the WhatsApp logo to their Facebook ads and those ads will only be delivered to users who have WhatsApp installed on their smartphones People must add businesses’ WhatsApp numbers to their contacts to initiate conversations Once they do it the messaging app opens with a default message expressing interest which can be edited by users before being sent Facebook said that over a million Facebook pages currently 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every 1000 died after the open procedure About five per cent of the men who had open surgery needed a blood transfusioncompared to less than two per cent of men who had robot-assisted surgery The open-surgery group also stayed in the hospital about one day longer than the robotic group The results were similar for people who had kidneys removed The trade-off was the costwith robotic prostate removal costing about $10000 on averageroughly $700 more than laparoscopic surgery and $1100 more than open surgery For kidney removalrobotic surgery cost $13900which was $2700 more than laparoscopic and $1300 more than open surgery David Pensona surgeon at Vanderbilt University Medical Centerwho was not part of the studysaid more consideration should have been given to the condition of patients afterwards Emphasis should be limited on procedurehe saidas opposed to surgical skill Years agothis was thought to be the be-all-end-all operationparticularly with prostate surgery We were going to get patients out of the hospital quickerhave better potency and incontinence outcomes” Penson said And the reality of it is that… there are some benefits but not as much as we had hopedone of the most satisfying things I But as the patient was coming round from her anaesthetic That would increase the number of juveniles Governments have typically responded by culling bat colonies download shlf1314n Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: February 28 while having both the patient and clinician focusing on what’s most important to the patient this methane could be a new signal that “the tropics are changing fast “Methane may be a tropical parallel to Arctic sea ice and Facebook’s staff are less creative than most tech workers Top News Microsoft’s employees are more innovative than Apple’s its early successes have resulted in a more conservative effort to sustain them the ATS booked a bunch of KKM artists putting up an impromptu performance — with nothing more than 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hair with Freida Kalho-esque flourish and adds tassels and trims for a playful touch Having launched the range of vibrant saris scarves and fabric pieces that advocate a versatile drape story in the Capital on Tuesday Dayal settled down for a quick telecon: Tell us about the thought process behind the collection The idea was to draw the Banarasi away from its ‘aunty’ image and give it a trendy and youthful spin But it wasn’t without its challenges It is after all a faultless piece of art How can one even be presumptuous enough to ‘improve’ on it I turned to my muse the Anupamaa woman who likes to look glam stay connected to her roots and is not necessarily buying a sari only to wear to a wedding I delved into my own feelings associated with the sari and treated it with the same reverence or irreverence I should be able to take it through a work day and then don some jewellery and step out for an evening engagement All this while looking slim and sexy mind you You have a flirty feminine resortwear line as well as a contrasting bridal line with brocades and rich weaves How have you brought their distillate to this line I’ve brought the spirit of both to the Ekaya line I was still in the ‘Kama’ mood of my Autumn-Winter 2014 bridal collection with its sexy blouses and figure-defining drapes I’ve brought that sensuousness to this line From my resortwear line I’ve essentially brought the relaxed easy-breezy vibe keeping things intensely feminine light and happy Banarasis are generally associated with heavy drapes and jewel colours but you’ve stayed away from obvious references I’ve broken away from the thicker textiles and worked with lighter weaves We experimented a lot with khaddi weaves trying to make the georgettes and silks as light as possible The essential priority was to make them look good on the body We’ve also played with modern ‘pop’ colours and intense pastels So there is parakeet green sindoor red and sunset orange along with saturated blush pink pale blue and yellow The emphasis is on unusual combinations — a red sari with a baby pink blouse or a yellow sari peeking through a peach waistcoat The Banarasi sari is a wonderful piece of heritage But we have to push the boundaries a little or it’ll become a museum piece How have you maintained your trademark touch Apart from the atypical colour palette the motifs used in ‘Kama’ like the fish the Bankura horse and peepul leaf are from the Anupamaa archives We’ve also used a lot of signature floral motifs in our forthcoming line “Phool” like the Iris flower chhota Mughal flowers genda phool peonies and roses The collection is laden with trimmings like beads and tassels another Anupamaa trademark For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsEnjoy the ‘Mars’ read (Source: Nicky Jenner/Facebook) Title: 4th Rock from the Sun – The Story of Mars Author: Nicky Jenner Publisher: Bloomsbury Sigma Pages: 272 Price: Rs 599 Top News Beyond a prominent astrological “influence” an idea of masculinity (and even men’s origin) and a cryptic utterance in the first Harry Potter book among its varied cultural expressions the Red Planet easily seen by the naked eye has long fascinated us But Mars has much greater significance — scientifically and maybe even existentially ALSO READ |Five books to look forward to in June2017 Not only has Mars forced us to re-evaluate our ideas about our galaxy’s formation says science writer Nicky Jenner it is the astronomical body on which most attention effort and funds have been spent — even more so after the beginning of spaceflight six decades ago As a NASA official she cites said “…The first time we flew by a planet it was Mars The first time we landed on a planet it was Mars and the first time we roved around the surface of a planet it was Mars We go there often” There have been 43 such attempts from 1960 to 2016 successful and unsuccessful by not only the US and then Soviet Union and later Russia but also by the European Space Agency as well as those of Japan China and India and more in the pipeline While the UAE is planning one by 2020 so are a raft of private companies some of which even plan setting up colonies there But what is it about Mars that creates so much interest among us and do our perceptions correspond with the reality of the planet now that we have obtained a lot of knowledge about it especially the crucial issue of life on it This is what Jenner seeks to tell us in this fascinating study of Mars in its various aspects over the ages and into the future and its impact on life the universe and everything “Even if your primary relationship with Mars is the form of the eponymous chocolate bar — and who would blame you — it’s likely that this single-minded focus over the years has caused you to know at least a little about the planet itself Mars is the most-googled planet after Earth itself and we’ve sent more probes to Mars than anybody in the solar system” says Jenner who has written for many popular science magazines and has been a copywriter for the European Space Agency among other leading scientific institutions And over the succeeding pages she does it with thoroughness — right from clarifying that it is not merely red —bolstered by clarity and wit She begins with the cultural impact of the planet right from the Roman god of war whose name adorned it and why it along with the other known astral bodies became significant in astrological traditions around the world as well as in palmistry Her conclusions about these “arts/sciences” are not surprising The next two chapters take up Mars in popular culture bringing together everything from David Bowie to the Justice League of America (for those who remember DC comics) to John Gray of “Men are from Mars Women are from Venus” fame down to the Matt Damon hit “The Martian” (2015) (In one of the fascinating asides that Jenner’s work has in abundance we learn that the film cost more to make than India’s Mars mission) Jenner finally comes to the scientific aspect While she has already not spared any detail in warning us about the harsh and dangerous conditions on the cold arid planet and what can happen to us if we step on it she also goes to explain Mars’ various quirks as well as its unlikely satellites These include the planet’s occasional “backward” motion what happened to its water and why its terrain is unsafe for us We also learn why it bucks the trend in being smaller than the Earth and what this means to the accepted theories of our social system’s creation Jenner then goes into the a history of our “contact” with the planet the debates about life on it including by those who believe Barack Obama has been to Mars (seriously) and whether it can become a second planetary home for us This she contends on listing technical health and social issues is extremely unlikely as of now Perhaps human civilisation’s future will be better served by keeping better care of our existing home” It 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