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experienced man and social worker?Badal congratulated him for his election to the post The post of Deputy Speaker had fallen vacant last month after Satpal Gosain was elevated to the post of Cabinet minister The one-day special session was convened to elect the Deputy Speaker After the electionthe House was adjourned sine die For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Amrita Dutta | New Delhi | Published: August 2 2015 1:00 am America is a prime example of a society that worships success and pathologises introversion (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News “Par yeh baat kyun nahi karti (But why won’t she talk)” We are sauntering along just fine talking about what dogs do when they go to school and if they also like chocolate ice cream when That Question waylays us It sends my three-year-old daughter scurrying behind my back from where she warily eyes the neighbour and refuses all conversation including a hello Usually I mumble an explanation today I smile and walk away much to the little one’s relief I am a mother to a shy child Sometimes it can be a lonely space to be When other children run in high spirits at the playground she chooses to hang back watching them in fascination While they confidently walk up to adults and demand their indulgence she shrinks back in fear The world seems often to overwhelm our child even as she delights in it The world has little empathy for those who hold themselves back If you are a child slow to open up it wants to hurry you up If you clam shut it insists on prising you out of your shell Neighbours cluck-cluck in disapproval and bemoan old days when large families cured such deviant behaviour At a play school we once went to the teacher watched my daughter refuse a toffee for the third time and said “Send her here and I will make your child an extrovert” We never went back But it was clear: our child did not fit in Nevertheless we blamed ourselves We had grown up amid brothers and sisters and cousins in houses where the door was always open to the neighbour who dropped by in mohallas and paras where one made friends for life We looked at her life in a cold city — a child growing up in a solitary flat with the nanny for company and sometimes her grandparents — and found it wanting It’s not her we thought It’s the life we have made for ourselves We had forgotten that despite a safety net of people neither of us had turned out gregarious Why do we find it uncomfortable to deal with shy people Perhaps it snaps our cosy belief in the inevitability and effortlessness of human connection A shy child especially reminds you of the time patience and hard work involved in that fussy business of making friends — and keeping them But not a little of our fears have to do with rearing our children to aim for — and find — success When it comes down to it all attitudes of parenting from helicopter-mom love to healthy neglect are about shaping our children to face the world (if you have been to enough PTMs you of course know that ain’t enough: you’ve got to conquer it) Introverted children — with their reluctance to draw attention to themselves their need for alone time to recharge themselves — never seem to be the stuff of conquerors America is a prime example of a society that worships success and pathologises introversion In her fascinating book Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking Susan Cain traces the roots of this aversion to the early years of the 20th century when America transformed from a largely agricultural economy to an industrial one and when people began to live in cities where the codes of social life were rather mystifying “The new economy called for a new kind of man — a salesman a social operator someone with a ready smile a masterful handshake and the ability to get along with colleagues while simultaneously outshining them” Does that sounded eerily familiar That is because it is all around us The respect Indians have had for geeks nerds and the socially awkward is giving way to a fascination for the guy who can outshine a room full of talent by smooth talk who can power his way to scholarships and promotion by the force of his personality It reflects the great anxiety in professions about visibility: do we know the rules of networking Were we seen and heard while we were working It is a concern that filters down to schools and playgrounds and our fears that a less outgoing child may fall behind — her role in the school skit may be shorter than others her teachers might never discover her strengths because she does not speak up Cain’s book is a manifesto for the introverted life It argues that by embracing the extrovert ideal — of sociability public speaking — we ought not to neglect the strengths that come from a more interior life: reflection deep and complex thought creativity and the ability to break free of the herd It urges teachers and schools not to treat introversion as something that needs to be cured not just ask a quiet child to come out of her shell but think of her as having a “different learning style” and to allow children to respond through written as well as vocal interventions Eventually we found a nursery school that let our child be without trying to turn her into what she is not While she loves going to school she remains a quiet child in class one who delights in the antics of her classmates even if she does not join them who observes life with a furious if hidden curiosity The hardest part once was the realisation that no one got to know the girl she is: funny and curious in love with music and dance creator of her own ulta-pulta language a wild monkey through the day intent puzzle-solver by evening Over time I have learnt to treasure her secret self hoard it from the eyes of the world I know that she will never be good at first impressions but I am sure she will find her own way through life and on her own quiet terms There will be a next time when someone asks me “why doesn’t she talk” The answer to that question will be what my friend who hid behind her mother all through her childhood and is now a confident voluble woman said: because she listens For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Houston | Published: January 9 2017 9:38 pm A fraction of the almost 200000 stars surveyed by APOGEE overlap with the sample of stars targeted by the NASA Kepler mission which was designed to find potentially Earth-like planets Top News Ninety-seven per cent of the human body consists of stardust claim scientists who have measured the distribution of essential elements of life in over 150000 stars in the Milky Way galaxy The six most common elements of life on Earth – including more than 97 per cent of the mass of a human body – are carbon hydrogen nitrogen oxygen sulphur and phosphorus It is an undeniable fact that most of the essential elements of life are made in stars researchers said “For the first time we can now study the distribution of elements across our Galaxy” said Sten Hasselquist of New Mexico State University in the US “The elements we measure include the atoms that make up 97 per cent of the mass of the human body” Hasselquist said The new results come from a catalogue of more than 150000 stars; for each star it includes the amount of each of almost two dozen chemical elements The new catalogue includes all of the “CHNOPS elements” -carbon hydrogen nitrogen oxygen phosphorous and sulphur -known to be the building blocks of all life on Earth This is the first time that measurements of all of the CHNOPS elements have been made for such a large number of stars Researchers used spectroscopy to make measurements Astronomers in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey have made these observations using the APOGEE (Apache Point Observatory Galactic Evolution Experiment) spectrograph on the 25 metre Sloan Foundation Telescope at Apache Point Observatory in New Mexico This instrument collects light in the near-infrared part of the electromagnetic spectrum and disperses it like a prism to reveal signatures of different elements in the atmospheres of stars A fraction of the almost 200000 stars surveyed by APOGEE overlap with the sample of stars targeted by the NASA Kepler mission which was designed to find potentially Earth-like planets “By working in the infrared part of the spectrum APOGEE can see stars across much more of the Milky Way than if it were trying to observe in visible light” said Jon Holtzman of New Mexico State University “Infrared light passes through the interstellar dust and APOGEE helps us observe a broad range of wavelengths in detail so we can measure the patterns created by dozens of different elements” said Holtzman Many of the atoms which make up your body were created sometime in the distant past inside of stars and those atoms have made long journeys from those ancient stars to us While humans are 65 per cent oxygen by mass oxygen makes up less than one per of the mass of all of elements in space Stars are mostly hydrogen but small amounts of heavier elements such as oxygen can be detected in the spectra of stars With these new results APOGEE has found more of these heavier elements in the inner galaxy Stars in the inner galaxy are also older so this means more of the elements of life were synthesised earlier in the inner parts of the Galaxy than in the outer parts For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: October 22 2012 1:37 pm Related News Superstar Shah Rukh Khanwho had his careers biggest hits with Yash Choprasays he will always carry a part of the filmmaker in his heart Chopra80passed away last evening following multiple organ failure “Whenever my loved ones depart I feel a part of me extinguishes itself with them Will there come a day that I will no longer have a bit of myself to let go of And then the thought follows… that every time they have taken some of me with them onto their last journeyI have found a fragment of them left inside me too “I will always have some love to give and I will always be both emptied and replenished by the loved ones I lose I keep u with me Yashji and I miss u too Yashji lots (sic)” Shahrukh posted on his Twitter page The actor worked with Chopra in movies like ‘Darr’’Dil To Pagal Hai’ and ‘Veer-Zaara’ The filmmaker’s last directorial ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’also stars Shahrukh and it will hit the screens on November 13 Shah Rukh’s career’s biggest hit ‘Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge’ was produced by Chopra and directed by his son Aditya For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Saritha Rai | New Delhi | Published: March 15 2015 1:00 am Women-only travel is one of the fastest growing segments in India (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News For Bangalore-based Sudha Setty 47 who works with an international NGO the toss up this year is between touring Guatemala and vacationing on the beaches of Bali sipping tall drinks and reading books Setty plans to holiday solo because “I want some me-time and what better way to completely chill than to go far alone” Indian women like Setty are everywhere holidaying in the sandy deserts of the Rann of Kutch and the houseboats in the backwaters of Kerala the Amazonian forests and the beaches of Hawaii Gaggles of women young and old sari-clad and otherwise out in the world by themselves or with fellow women travellers represent the biggest trend in Indian travel Women-only travel is one of the fastest growing segments agrees Rajesh Magow co-founder and CEO of India’s largest online travel portal MakeMyTrip The travel firm’s women-only package tours introduced in 2013 saw a 400 per cent jump last year “The year 2015 will see a big spurt in numbers and the jump will significantly alter tourism in India just as weekend travellers transformed Indian tourism in the last decade” says Hari Nair founder and CEO of travel and holiday information portal HolidayIQcom Padmaja Sakhamuri 50 head of the Crafts Council of Karnataka travels with her girlfriends at least twice a year This June they are headed to Iceland Sakhamuri personally plans each trip of two to three weeks customising it for her group of 6 to 8 — even numbers so that sharing four-star hotel rooms and splitting expenses on private guides and hired cars becomes simpler Sightseeing and museum visits are pre-decided but restaurant visits and shopping are kept open to suit individual tastes “We pack Indian snacks and ready-to-eat food for spice-craving vegetarians like me” says Sakhamuri She and her friends have travelled to 25 countries including trips to the deserts of Rajasthan the painted churches of Moldova the penguins in Argentina and the markets of Morocco “Through travel women are finding their own spaces” says Sakhamuri who goes on short trips with her husband but plans the “real travel” trips with her friends “The men say they cannot take that much time off so we plan leisurely trips and take in everything — art nightclubs fun and shopping” The internet allows women travellers to research and check out safe hotels and modes of travel Setty has been to 43 countries so far including Oslo Beijing Johannesburg and Madrid “Women are no longer shackled with the need to travel with a man it is not difficult to connect with like-minded women who want to travel” she says Kumkum Bhuwania 61 who runs a silk accessories business in Bangalore has been travelling in women-only groups for the past few years and has covered destinations starting with Coorg to Bhutan Japan and Russia “Travelling with educated independent women is rejuvenating that is the time when women can get away from their daily routine and just be themselves — not be a wife daughter mother or somebody’s something” says Bhuwania whose husband cannot travel because of health reasons Bhuwani is headed to Alaska this May with four friends and is looking forward to the trip Sumitra Senapathy has been a pioneer in the field and her Women on Wanderlust (WOW) platform has long been facilitating women-only tours for Indians She notes a change “Earlier too Indian women were financially independent and had travel dreams but their families didn’t allow the travel” Her platform organises over 100 such tours every year and covers everything from Ladakh to Sikkim to Japan Bolivia and cruises in the Pacific Women no longer hesitate in handling the challenges of travel say tour organisers A MakeMyTrip survey of women travellers on Facebook showed half of them felt safe travelling in India Travel blogs and work-related travel too are inspiring women to head out by themselves says Magow of MakeMyTrip Even women from small towns like Guwahati Indore Gwalior Hubli and Nasik are signing up for women-only trips The story appeared in print with the headlineThe World is Her Oyster For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News the authors report online today in Cell Stem Cell. 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