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The machine was reinstalled at Khrew for conducting the tests but the same bit was stolen away as per the reports of the authorities and the machine became defunct, he added The Crime Branch has constituted a special team of officers to investigate the matter on prioritythe spokesman said For all the latest India News download Indian Express AppBy: IANS | Canberra | Published: February 23 2017 4:29 pm Yongxiao Li and Dr Steve Lee with the advanced microscope that they built (Image: Jack Fox ANU) Top News Australian engineers have created an advanced microscope using a beefed-up “barcode scanner” which they believe will help doctors better analyse complex medical conditions such as cancer?The study examined data from 4667 US adults who participated in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) between 2005 and 2010? “It is great if municipal corporations want to make all schools English-medium. who came to Delhi from a village near Allahabad around 10 years ago. including Prof UR Rao,” Ranbir told PTI.

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And that’s not very sexy, Contactmusic quoted her as telling GQ magazine She added: I don’t think guys like it My husband hates that stuffhe’d be angry if I did it “He and George talk about it and say”Have you ever not gone out with a girl because her lips aren’t big enough” Of course they haven’t “They always ask me why women do this stuff to themselves And I don’t know The doctors who do it lose their eye for it because they’re doing so much But I think it’ll change” Howevershe admitted there is a constant pressure to look good in the entertainment industry She said: “You think about it the older you getthe pressure buildsdefinitelyespecially in my kind of profession But the women I think look great either don’t do it or are very subtle about it” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Updated: May 5 2017 8:32 pm Manish Malhotra expresses his love for saris (Source: Vogue India/Facebook) Related News Manish Malhotra is a name synonymous with fashion trends in the film industry From styling top B-town beauties like Priyanka Chopra Kareena Kapoor Khan Katrina Kaif Sonam Kapoor Madhuri Dixit and Sridevi to setting new trends for fashion aficionados with his designer line Malhotra has spread his charm like no other But that’s not all hisdesigns have also found a prominent place inmovies like Dil To Pagal Hai Dil Se. Raja Hindustani Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge Kuch Kuch Hota Hai Dhadkan and Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai ALSO READ |Happy Birthday Manish Malhotra Our 10 favourite designs from the celebrity designer’s 2016collections Now in a video the 51-year-old designerhas spilled the Bollywood style secrets and you’ll be amazed to know what’s been cleverly kept under wraps “Saris are something that I love” Malhotra says Pointing to apeach sari embellished with silver embroidery and a matching silver blouse which he calls “aquintessential Manish Malhotra sari” he adds “The colour is something that I love — more nude and the skin tone and the shimmer it’s something that I got known for… and the signature shimmer sari has been worn by Kareena who made it famous and Sridevi toKarisma Kapoor — all the actresses have flaunted it” Malhotra divulged that this is the sari that Kareena made famous (Source: Vogue India/Facebook) The designer also shared all about his Benarasi collection and divulgedhow Kangana Ranaut made a statement in one of the saris from the collection at a red carpet event He also gave tutorials on how an outfit can be worn in different ways andgave us a sneak peek of thebeautiful lehenga that Kareena herself picked up for her film Ki and Ka ALSO READ |Indian wedding market has evolved with Bollywood: ManishMalhotra To check out thecollection with his extra style tips watch the video here Impressive For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Published: August 15 2017 10:48 pm If you’re the low-power person in the relationship who continually loses out on brands and is stuck with your partner’s preferences you are going to be less happy (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News It may not seem like a big deal whether your partner prefers Coke or Pepsi but scientists suggest that liking different brands can affect our happiness in relationships more than shared interests or personality traits “People think compatibility in relationships comes from having similar backgrounds religion or education” said Gavan Fitzsimons a professor at Duke University in the US “But we find those things don’t explain how happy you are in life nearly as much as this notion of brand compatibility” said Fitzsimons The researchers found that partners who had low power in their relationships – those who do not feel they can shape their partner’s behaviour – tend to find themselves stuck with their partner’s preferred brands “If you are lower in relationship power and have different brand preferences than your partner you’re probably going to find yourself stuck with your partner’s favourite brands over and over again This could lead to a death-by-a-thousand-cuts feeling” said Danielle Brick now at the University of New Hampshire “Most couples won’t break up over brand incompatibility but it leads to the low power partner becoming less and less happy” said Brick Studies in several settings produced the same result The researchers used brand preferences in soda coffee chocolate beer and automobiles to study individuals and couples some of whom were tracked over two years These results were combined with findings on relationship power and happiness Brick said it is likely these brand compatibility effects have steadily gained strength as brands have evolved to play a bigger role in the daily lives of consumers However they are not given the same weight as other relationship-influencing factors because they are not seen as significant “If you are a different religion than your romantic partner you know that if this is an issue you can’t work through then the relationship isn’t going to last” Brick said “Conversely if you like Coke and your partner likes Pepsi you’re probably not going to break up over it – but 11 years into a relationship when he or she keeps coming home with Pepsi day in and day out it might start to cause a little conflict” she said “If you’re the low-power person in the relationship who continually loses out on brands and is stuck with your partner’s preferences you are going to be less happy” she added The research was published in the Journal of Consumer Research For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: ANI | Washington | Published: November 20 2016 9:45 pm (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News A study found that there is a reduction in healthy renal function in diabetic patients suffering from acute kidney injury (AKI) proteinuria and uncontrolled blood sugar The University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medicine research team looked at 3679 individuals with type 2 diabetes from a de-identified cohort of patients at the Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Medical Center and who were followed for a 10-year period explains Charuhas Thakar MD professor and director of the UC Division of Nephrology Kidney CARE Program Watch what else is in the news The three risk factors–AKI proteinuria (leakage of protein into the urine) and poor blood sugar control–were used to classify patients into three groups he says The patients with diabetes who had none of these risk factors were compared against a group that had all three risk factors (severe risk) and another group that had only one or two of the risk factors (medium risk) “There are established risk factors in the diabetes literature” says Thakar “One of them is the level of sugar control; if you don’t control your sugar well your kidney disease progresses faster or if you leak protein in the urine and you have proteinuria it tends to be an independent predictor of kidney disease in diabetics” Typically a 50-year-old person with type 2 diabetes without any of the risk factors has kidney function of about 60 percent and is likely to lose renal function at around 19 to 2 percent annually says Thakar That means this individual would have 25 to 30 years before kidney failure forces the need for dialysis allowing the patient to have normal renal function up to age 80 But if the same individual with diabetes suffered from all three risk factors the loss of renal function would accelerate to nearly 5 percent annually says Thakar This means the patient would need dialysis within 12 years at age 62 For a patient with two of the three risk factors there is still a medium risk of accelerated loss of renal function he explains “This is a big impact for a patient” says Thakar who is corresponding author for the research “You are talking about pruning 18 to 20 years off of when you will have to go on dialysis It’s very important information for a patient and clinician to know The study is among the first to examine the interrelationship between these traditional risk factors for its effect on kidney disease progression” The research will be presented orally and as a poster at the American Society of Nephrology Kidney Week on Tuesday November 15 2016 in Chicago by Mollie Sands a fourth-year medical student in the UC College of Medicine She is first author of the research while Anthony Leonard PhD UC assistant professor of family medicine is also a co-author Thakar says 29 million Americans have diabetes and one in three will have chronic kidney disease He says patients with diabetes and chronic kidney disease are among the most vulnerable to sustain acute kidney injury when hospitalized Physicians need to consider looking at patients with diabetes who have different risk factors separately and design tailored strategies to both monitor and treat them says Thakar “We have the same tools in our arsenal to help these patients in terms of their progression of kidney disease; so our research raises questions and challenges the field of physicians” says Thakar “We should find ways to monitor these three groups of patients differently and target our therapies Future studies need to evaluate how we are going to change the trajectory of loss of renal function in these patients who may suffer a faster decline by either modifying existing treatment or discovering new therapies” he added For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Bloomberg | Published: September 15 2017 4:22 pm Alphabet Inc has held conversations with Lyft Inc about a potential investment in recent weeks signalling strong support for Uber Technologies Inc’s main US competitor according to people familiar with the matter (Image Source: Bloomberg) Related News Alphabet Inc has held conversations with Lyft Inc about a potential investment in recent weeks signalling strong support for Uber Technologies Inc’s main US competitor according to people familiar with the matter An investment of about $1 billion in Lyft may come from Google or CapitalG Alphabet’s private-equity arm said some of the people who asked not to be identified because the discussions are private A deal may not come together Alphabet and Lyft declined to comment Alphabet is also an Uber shareholder through its GV venture capital arm but Waymo a unit of Alphabet is currently suing Uber over self-driving car technology As the relationship has deteriorated Waymo signed a partnership with Lyft to work together on testing autonomous vehicles While Lyft has recently focused on controlling spending the cash would allow the San Francisco-based startup to pursue more aggressive growth with subsidies for drivers discounts for riders and marketing Lyft kicked off a major television campaign this month that stars Jeff Bridges With an extra $1 billion Lyft would be able to ensure its independence for the near future something co-founder John Zimmer has said is a priority But some investors have suggested Alphabet would be a natural home for the ride-hailing startup Lyft held informal talks with Alphabet and other potential acquirers last year but didn’t pursue a sale Lyft has gained market share this year as Uber has bent under a series of self-inflicted scandals Uber faces at least three US probes and several high-profile lawsuits Dara Khosrowshahi the former Expedia Inc chief executive officer took over as Uber’s new chief last week He’s looking to complete a fundraising deal of his own: Uber is advancing on an investment from SoftBank Group Corp and others of as much as $12 billion most of which would allow existing shareholders to cash out For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related News

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