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My idea is to make their food more healthy. I tweak certain Indian dishes, So, Salman: It’s difficult. “We will hardly miss a tumour with this new technology, says Koppikeras the system picks up more lesions than the mammogram For the last few yearsonco-plastic breast surgeons have been re-modelling breasts across the country There are only four-five such onco-plastic breast units in the country and in PuneKoppiker heads the unit at Orchids centre “Most of the timeafter the mastectomy the woman has to suffer a frozen shoulder and feels a sense of incompleteness The surgery can be a mutilating one But not any moreas the surgical approach to breast cancer has also changed and it helps reduce the number of side effects” says Koppikeradding”The number of surgeons using this technique is small but increasing slowly We have already set up an association with 600 such oncoplastic surgeons” For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Sydney | Published: December 14 2017 8:27 am While firms are scooping up workers they are not so keen on paying them more leaving wage growth near record lows and putting an unwelcome cap on consumer spending and inflation Top News Australian employment sprinted ahead for a 14th straight month in November the longest stretch of gains since the early 1990s while the jobless rate remained at the previous month’s near five year low Thursday’s figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics showed a lofty 61600 net new jobs were added in November from an upwardly revised 7800 gain in October and forecasts of a 18000 rise The detail was also upbeat with full-time jobs climbing 41900 bringing gains since November 2016 to a blistering 304600 The unemployment rate was 54 percent in line with forecasts and unchanged from the previous month which was the lowest reading since February 2013 The strong set of numbers sent the Australian dollar higher by more than a quarter of a US cent to $07661 a level not seen since early November Interest rate futures narrowly pushed forward the probability of a rate hike in the 15 percent cash rate although an increase is not fully priced in until early 2019 While firms are scooping up workers they are not so keen on paying them more leaving wage growth near record lows and putting an unwelcome cap on consumer spending and inflation The scrooge-like pace of wage rises is a major reason the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) last month forecast core inflation would not reach the floor of its 2 to 3 percent target band until early 2019 a year later than previously hoped Wages growth is crawling at 20 percent only a sliver above inflation of 18 percent That is curtailing the spending power of Australian consumers who are already saddled with a mountain of debt Australia’s biggest department store Myer Holdings issued a profit warning just 10 days before Christmas saying a slump in customer footfall would make first-half earnings “substantially lower” than a year ago Figures out last week showed Australia’s economy accelerated at an annual 28 percent pace in the third quarter but household consumption which accounts for 55 percent of the country’s gross domestic product rose just 01 percent For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News He adds,Not only do we remove the tumour but also cosmetically design the breast The combination of cancer surgery with cosmetic techniques is aimed mainly at women with early-stage cancer getting a lumpectomya procedure that removes cancerous tissue but leaves the rest of the breast Oncoplastic surgery also can sometimes benefit patients who need a mastectomyor total breast removalby helping to prepare their bodies for subsequent reconstruction?We have expressed our interest in developing the Madina airport and submitted a pre-qualification bid and tied up with our Turkish partner Limak for the project, GMR Airports Chairman Kiran Grandhi said The GMR Group has already won the bid to develop the Male International Airport in Maldives at an estimated cost of US $300 million Work on a new ATC building at IGI will begin in six months For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: March 27 2012 2:05 am Related News Lend an ear to some of the great artistes of Indian classical music at the classical music festival organised by SPIC MACAYChandigarh Chapter To take place at the PEC University Of TechnologySector 12day one of the festivalMarch 27will feature a performance by Saskia Rao-de Haasa cellist and composer from Netherlandswho has introduced her Indian cello an innovative new instrument to North Indian classical music and created a unique playing style Saskia has created music for different music productionsdancefilms and theatre On March 28Pushparaj Koshtia renowned player of both sitar and surbaharwill perform at the festival Koshti is a leading exponent of the dhrupad style On March 30music lovers can enjoy a performance by Bombay Jayashri Ramnatha Carnatic music singer who has composed and arranged music for several albumsdance operas and a telefilm She has collaborated with dancer Kum Leela Samson and lent her voice for Sri Abdul Kalams audio autobiographyWings of Fire For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: August 24 2010 3:44 am Related News Rise in the water level of Ghaghra and Sharda rivers has raised an alarm in BehraichLakhimpur-KheriGondaBarabankiSitapurBasti and Pilibhit districts in Uttar Pradesh According to official informationwater released from Nepal and Uttarakhand has led to swelling of these rivers and around 50 villages in Behraich91 villages in Lakhimpur Kheri district and 20 villages in trans-Sharda area in Pilibhit district have been affected by these floods Two people have been reported missing from Pilibhit The officials said villagers from low-lying areas have been evacuated and sent to relief camps Till Monday330 lakh cusecs of water has been released in the Ghaghra river In Behraich districtthe district magistrateRigzin Samphel said no flood casualties have been reported so far We have set up 16 relief camps in Mehsi2 in Kaiserganj and 1 in Nanparawhile polythene sheets have been distributed to people in less-affected villages?facilitating instant disposal. he said.a former ticket collector with the Indian Railways.

Sunny Leone during an event. however, 2015 email,” Li said.Pakistan High Commissioner Adbul Basit has reportedly come out in his country’s defence amidescalating tension in the volatile state of Jammu and Kashmir.On the occasion of Pakistan’s Independence Day the high commissioner said that Pakistan’s Independence Day this year is dedicated to Kashmir’s ‘azaadi’ during the celebrations at its embassy in Delhi ANI reported that he said "Pakistan has always made efforts to improve its relationship with India" He added that Pakistan will dedicate this year’s Independence Day to Kashmir and its struggle for freedom Pakistan has always made efforts to improve its relationship with India: Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit pictwittercom/zlTHwGPDWV — ANI (@ANI_news) August 14 2016 Is saal ki JashneAzadi hum Kashmir ki Azadi ke naam karte hain- Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit in Delhi pictwittercom/gInZLqZ60a — ANI (@ANI_news) August 14 2016 "Struggle for independence will continue till Kashmir gets freedom Sacrifice of the people of Kashmir will not go in vain" he said during his trip to Delhi Struggle for independence will continue till Kashmir gets freedom; Sacrifice of the people of Kashmir will not go in vain: Pak envoy Basit — News18 (@CNNnews18) August 14 2016 India summoned Basit on 9 August amid growing tension between the two nations over the violence in Kashmir Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar called Basit to his office and lodged a strong protest over the issue as he made a specific reference to LeT terrorist and Pakistan national Bahadur Ali who was captured recently in North Kashmir during an encounter According to a tweet by Ministry of External Affairs Minister Vikas Swarup Bahadur Ali was arrested by Indian authorities in Kashmir and confessed that after training in Lashkar-e-Toiba camps he was infiltrated in India Demarche made specific reference to LeT terrorist and Pak national Bahadur Ali who was apprehended recently (2/2) pictwittercom/uYwEyCQokM — Vikas Swarup (@MEAIndia) August 9 2016 "Jaishankar called in the Pakistan envoy and issued a strong demarche on continuing cross border terrorism from Pakistan" he tweeted The demarche also said that the infiltration is contrary to assurances given by the Pakistani leaders at the highest levels Foreign Secretary Jaishankar called in Pak HC Basit today issued strong demarche on continuing cross border terrorism from Pakistan (1/2) — Vikas Swarup (@MEAIndia) August 9 2016 Basit’s comments came on a day when Pakistani forces violated the ceasefire along the LoC in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir "The ongoing unrest should be ended Pakistan will continue to extend its full diplomatic political and moral support to the valiant people of Jammu and Kashmir till they get their right to self determination" Basit said Basit said that no matter "how much" force is used the political aspiration of people of Jammu and Kashmir cannot be suppressed and that the "freedom movement" will reach its logical conclusion "Today our nation faces several challenges but no power can cause any damage to Pakistan People who want to trouble Pakistan they should know that our people be it Muslim Hindu or Sikh we are together and will not hesitate to make any sacrifice for Pakistan’s well-being" he added The India-Pakistan ties have plunged further since the death of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani Pakistan Prime Minsiter Nawaz Sharif declared Wani a "martyr" and even observed 19 July as black day to mourn the continuing violence in Kashmir India has reacted strongly to Pakistan’s support to Hurriyat leaders and said that it has no "locus standi" in the matter of Kashmir "Pakistan has no locus standi in addressing any aspect of the situation in Jammu and Kashmir which is an internal matter of India except to put an end to all cross-border terrorism infiltration and support and instigation to terrorism and violence against India" Swarup said Union Minister Rajnath Singh too condemned Pakistan and its involvement in the Kashmir violence while addressing the Rajya Sabha He said that the situation in Kashmir is sponsored by Pakistan while asserting that no power in the world can take Kashmir from India On Saturday Swarup tweeted India’s response to Pakistan’s proposal to have a dialogue on Kashmir issue Our Response to Pakistan’s proposal for a dialogue on Jammu & Kashmir pictwittercom/ieia4H1VVF — Vikas Swarup (@MEAIndia) August 13 2016 With inputs from PTI By: Reuters | London | Published: July 15 2017 4:52 pm Venus Williams faces Garbine Muguruza in the final of Wimbledon (Source: Reuters) Related News Venus Williams will hope to reclaim her Wimbledon crown after a nine-year wait on Saturday against Garbine Muguruza in a final that has the makings of a classic battle of the big hitters Venus aged 37 and undergoing a barely credible tennis renaissance last stepped out onto Centre Court to contest a singles final in 2009 She lost that match to Serena Williams having beaten her younger sister to lift the aptly named Venus Rosewater Dish the previous year – the most recent of her seven grand slam titles Victory in Saturday’s final – in which with rain a possibility the Wimbledon roof may come into play – would see the evergreen American surpass Serena as the oldest major title winner since the sport turned professional in 1968 Having finished runner-up in the Australian Open in January Venus would also move to the top of the leader board as the best main tour player of 2017 Albeit on a less eye-catching scale Muguruza is enjoying a comeback of her own Having reached her first slam final at Wimbledon in 2015 and then gone one better in 2016 by winning the French Open – playing Serena both times – the form of the Venezuela-born 23-year-old dipped towards the end of last year But since May she has made the semi-finals on the Rome clay – beating Venus in the last eight in three sets – and on the Birmingham grass With both players boasting similar strengths and weaknesses the older Williams has been open about picking Serena’s brains on how best to neutralise Muguruza’s powerful serve and forehand even joking this week that she wished her younger sister could play the match in her stead En route to Saturday’s final for which bookies make the Spaniard the slight favourite both players have dropped just one set That means a decider could be on the cards which history suggests would favour whoever starts best Of grand slam contests in which they have taken the first set Muguruza has lost just two of 42 and Williams 18 of 250 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: January 7 2015 12:28 am One of Modi’s first steps was to reset his personal relations with the United States Related News By: Hrishabh Sandilya Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power in May with little foreign-policy experience aiming to resurrect India’s tottering international standing With his pertinacious yet pragmatic agenda of refocusing India’s external affairs to drive trade and investment and a bolder stance on security issues he has done surprisingly well One of his first steps was to reset his personal relations with the United States He could have taken umbrage at having been denied a visa for so long Instead he was quick to accept US President Barack Obama’s invitation to visit Modi was sanguine enough to realise the importance of the US as a counterweight to China With a deft touch visible in his reciprocal invite to Obama to attend India’s Republic Day celebrations he hopes to attract further American investment and support Closer home he was quick to state that India would support its neighbours in their quest for progress But when Pakistan showed opposition both at the Saarc summit in Kathmandu and at the Line of Control his response was decisive If Pakistan was going to play spoilsport in a common South Asian development agenda India would go the bilateral route taking along the neighbours who were happy to play ball If Pakistan was going to resort to its perfidious asymmetric warfare tactics in Kashmir Modi demurred that India’s reply would be more than fitting Matching Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Delhi in its significance was Modi’s attempt to reach out to Japan and the Asean In Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Modi sees a kindred soul It helps that both share similar apprehensions about China though they also realise the importance of working with China to revive their faltering economies Modi also sees Japan as a major investor and capable of providing the technical knowhow India’s industries need Two other aspects of Modi’s foreign policy have stood out The first is his outreach to the diaspora Beginning in the US and later in Australia Modi thanked the diaspora for their fealty and role in bringing him to power He also realises their potential value as an influential lobby for India’s interests The second is his urbane representation of India at the world’s multilateral forums With personal trips to the G-20 BRICS and East Asia summits Modi has showed how much India values multilateral frameworks — a significant discontinuity from the past His ability to break the deadlock on the food stockpiling issue at the WTO is testament to his pragmatism and how he wishes the world to see India as constructive not rebarbative Two regions however have been conspicuous in their absence from Modi’s outreach in his first year: Europe and the greater Middle East Plagued by its own internal economic and political woes Europe has been beleaguered by the crisis in Ukraine It hasn’t helped that the United Kingdom India’s power broker on the continent is going through its own phase of European self-doubt India-EU relations are yet to recover from the failure to sign the FTA in 2013 However the EU remains India’s second-largest trading partner and could play a key role in providing India with the necessary skills and knowledge it needs Modi will have to address Europe sooner rather than later While the greater Middle East has been in a state of flux for the past few years India chose not to be pellucid about its policies on Syria Libya or Iraq under the guise of strategic autonomy It is unlikely that under Modi India will enunciate a strategy for the region But given the greater geopolitical implications of the rise of the Islamic State and the failure of democratic transformations after the Arab Spring India will have to make more pronounced moves in the region With over five million Indians living in the Middle East the risk of conflict to Indian lives is tangible While pragmatism has been key in Modi’s foreign policy it is moot to conclude that there exists a clear Modi doctrine The contours of one though have begun to emerge: A clear tilt toward the US and its allies complemented by an “Act East” policy as India chooses a multi-vectored approach to address the growing closeness between Russia and China The question that arises is will Modi be able to keep the momentum as he shifts focus to key domestic issues in the years ahead The writer is visiting fellow at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses Delhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Congress on Monday took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for accidentally calling Mahatma Gandhi "Mohanlal Karamchand Gandhi" saying that one cannot be expected to follow the ideals of the Father of the Nation if the person mispronounces his name "It wld (sic) be foolish to expect one to follow Gandhiji’s ideals when that person forgets or mispronounces the Father of Nation’s name in public" Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi said in a tweet Narendra Modi PTI Further charging that there are many who only pay lip service to Gandhi another Congress spokesperson Raj Babbar told reporters at the AICC headquarters here "Those who talk about Gandhi those who keep Gandhi in their heart who love Gandhi from their heart who follow Gandhi’s teachings for them Gandhi is Mohandas" AICC General Secretary Shakeel Ahmed too hit out at Modi on ‘twittercom’ saying "People who represent the ideology of the assassin of Mahatma are trying to claim his legacy in USA as if all Indian Americans are ignorant" In another tweet Congress spokesperson Sanjay Jha said "Now that the world knows that PM goofed up (again) on pronouncing the name of Mahatma Gandhi can the DD anchor get the job back please" Jha’s reference was to the sacking of an anchor by state broadcaster Doordarshan for misreading the Chinese President Xi Jinping’s name as "11 Jinping" During his address to Indo-Americans at the Madison Square Garden in New York Modi said "You are pravasi bharatiyas Like you there was one MK Gandhi He was also an NRI." Going on to elaborate the initials ‘MK’ the Prime Minister said "Mohanlal" in a slip that was immediately noted on social media Modi had in November last year made the same gaffe while addressing a rally in Dudu when he had had called Mahatma Gandhi "Mohanlal Karamchand Gandhi" instead of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi PTI By: Express News Service | Published: July 1 2015 3:06 am A look at the front page of The Indian Express published on July 01 Forty Years Ago Related News The Maintenance of Internal Security Act 1971 was amended through presidential ordinance After the amendment a person arrested under Misa did not need to be told the reason for their detention The authority executing the arrest only needed to declare that it was necessary for the effective execution of the Emergency The detention would be reviewed by the government four months after the arrest Pravda’s truth Pravda the mouthpiece of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union wrote that “the people of India have approved of the decree on the proclamation of a state of Emergency rendered necessary by the open conspiracy of reaction against the government of the country against democracy” “Pravda” which in Russian means truth said “democratic forces approve of the arrests of leaders of rightwing parties carried out by the authorities the introduction of censorship which will deprive the monopoly press of the opportunity to carry on instigating an anti-government campaign” Abu on censorship A day after a few Congress MPs sought the expulsion of the BBC’s India correspondent for “hostile reporting” Abu Abraham drew a cartoon that showed two persons carrying a fat man on a stretcher towards the emergency ward The speech balloon identified the man on the stretcher as an MP knocked down by the BBC The two men one short and fat and the other tall and lean were caricatures of two persons who in Abu’s words had spotted the cartoonist at an AICC meet in Bangalore in 1969 They became a regular feature of Abu’s pocket cartoon Private View Prajaniti shuts The Indian Express announced the closure of its Hindi weekly Prajaniti on the front page For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 24 2017 2:11 am Top News Pinaki Talukdar associate professor of Chemistry at Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) has bagged a bronze medal from the Chemical Research Society of India (CRSI) Talukdar who has been associated with IISER since 2005 has been largely working in organic synthesis of chemicals including supramolecular chemistry and biology Currently his team is working on developing fluorescent probes which will enable in detecting biologically-relevant species on earth CRSI is an umbrella body that works towards recognising and promoting quality of chemistry education in the country With over 1800 members the council organises programmes with sizeable international participation to promote chemistry and research in all its allied branches VG Anand of the institute was awarded this medal in 2016 For all the latest Patna News download Indian Express App More Top News Thursday, 13 people were killed and more than 40 were wounded. to the crowded orphanage where he eventually lands. reformation begins when you allow your daughter to do wrestling.

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