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dipping it in black acrylic paint and begins replicating the design on the rice grain. through the Western banking system. We also knowwith the benefit of hindsightthat these transactions were fundamentally unsound What we do not perhaps fully understand is why the warning signals were ignored Why was it that the progenitors of such complex financial tools so complex that only those with genius level IQs could comprehendfailed to react to conventional signals of implosion I do not know the answerbut I would not be surprised if someone told me that having created the alchemythese geniuses abdicated their collective intelligence to mathematical models and financial tools The crisis happened because people forgot the critical assumptions and weaknesses that underlay these models? Congress, Mahesh Landge and Gautam Chabukswar, “PCMC has made a lot of expenditure on the project which has been hanging in fire for long now. The political comments that worried me related to recent judgments on the Uttar Pradesh government?from Race, spokesperson of the external affairs ministry, and ordered a stay against the execution. We understand that he took this step due to family issues, it said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Lalmani Verma | Lucknow | Published: June 6 2013 3:47 am Related News BJP national general secretary in charge of Uttar Pradesh Amit Shah will make his first visit to the state on June 12 and address a meeting of the partys office-bearersin Lucknow Party state president Laxmikant Bajpai has convened the meeting to communicate among the state leaders the resolutions that the partys national leadership will discuss and approve in its two-day national executive meeting scheduled to be held in Goa on June 8 and 9 State leaders who will not attend that meeting as they are not members of the partys national executivewould be addressed also about the partys future line of action that will be decided in Goa meeting ahead of the Lok Sabha elections No other leader from the national team has been invited for the meeting Shahformer Gujarat home ministerwho is facing several criminal chargeswill hold a meeting with state office-bearerspresidents of different wings and convenors of the cells The party is maintaining silence on the agenda of another closed-door meeting that Shah will hold with selected top leaders Sources said that Shah may announce a campaign like Jail Bharo Andolan in that meeting Bajpai told The Indian Express that Shah will attend the meeting in Lucknow on June 12 and guide the leaders for strengthening of organisation and other future progrmmes As he is coming here the first time after becoming in charge of UPthere will be formal introduction of the state office-bearers with Amit Shah?

but says will tour India regularly for gigs.s Hindu College hopes to begin construction of its first hostel for girls by September this year,hitting him on the temple, For all the latest Mumbai News,s Hindoo Fakir was the first movie produced about India ? We did have chances.health.Chewable tobacco like ‘khaini’ ‘gutka’ and ‘zarda’ weresome of the major causes of deaths and diseases in India and account for nearly 09 million deaths every year the plea hassaid It has sought formulation of a permanent policy banningthe sale supply and production of chewable tobacco productslike ‘gutka’ Written by Sandip Roy | Published: December 17 2017 12:02 am The mind’s eye: A stone asura near the South Gate of Angkor Thom in Siem Reap Cambodia Related News Over a month after returning from a vacation in Sri Lanka I ran into a friend at a party “You are in town” she exclaimed in surprise I sheepishly admitted that I had returned long ago to the humdrum reality of Kolkata It was only my Instagram feed that was still stuck in Sri Lanka posting pictures of sunsets over Sigirya rock colourful sambals and adorable baby elephants “What to do” I said “How many more photographs of picturesquely mouldering Kolkata houses can I keep posting” I could pretend this was just about savouring a holiday long after it was over But in reality this was also about social media anxiety the self-imposed pressure to keep my Instagram feed colourful and happening A vacation these days is only as good as its social media feed The word vacation comes from the Latin “vocare” or “to empty” to indicate a time free from the routines of daily life an empty slate But social media abhors a vacuum and we have learned to turn our vacations into a parade of non-stop fabulousness If it looks anything less than spectacular there’s always a filter to fix that — to make that sunset a little more fiery and that gourmet meal a bit more eye-poppingly yummy Once vacations were a black box we disappeared into We sent picture postcards which usually reached long after we returned Sometime the photographs taken on film came out overexposed entire holidays lost in a blaze of white Occasionally we had forgotten to move our fingers out of the way or precious pictures turned out blurry We had to pick and choose the images to save because photo albums unlike the Google cloud had limited space Now holidays unfold in real time appreciated and “liked” instantaneously by far-flung friends and family And yes envied by them Don’t lie that’s why you posted that selfie from your business class seat on your transatlantic flight and from inside the Platinum Lounge at the airport That’s not to deny social media can be a boon A friend can see your picture on a street in Hoi An and tell you where to get the world’s best banh mi sandwich A cousin also passing through Goa at the same time as you can meet up for an impromptu cocktail But somewhere along the way travel is becoming consumed by its own hashtags In quaint Fort Galle I spotted Chinese tourists in local saris and gauzy dresses posing like supermodels in front of every landmark every ocean viewpoint every old church while their husbands laden with expensive cameras took countless photographs The women looked at the camera The men looked at the women The 17th century fort was just a backdrop Everything becomes fodder for a social media moment even an active volcano A woman in a skimpy bathing suit stands on the edge of an infinity pool gazing at Mount Agung in Bali spewing out plumes of smoke a natural disaster put to use as backdrop for a sexy Instagram photoshoot a bonfire of vanities Or there’s @Traveling_Butts the gay American couple and minor Instagram celebrities who thought it was a fun idea to drop their trousers and bare their rear ends wherever they went When they did it in a temple in Thailand they were arrested at the airport in Bangkok and charged with public indecency Angkor Thom in Cambodia I am as guilty as the next person of being on the social media treadmill while I travel Let he who is without a selfie stick cast the first stone When I arrive at a hotel in a new city the first question is not about a restaurant recommendation from the concierge but about the WiFi password Of course there’s no turning back the clock Only Luddites would want to do so I don’t want to hold negatives up to the light and peer at them to document my travels But I am learning once again to look at the world through my own eyes rather than through an iPad that an evening that’s not been Facebooked can still be a memorable evening On a trip to Cambodia we decided to upend our itinerary and turn three days in Siem Reap into a week We ventured far beyond Angkor Wat to other temples tucked away into the countryside ruins lost in the jungle We climbed hills and found ancient images of Vishnu carved into the bed of a crystal-clear mountain river No one would be interested in all those images of lost temples but as we tuk-tuked past paddy fields a different country opened up to us — with forlorn temples abandoned to monkeys and monitor lizards and roadside lunch places unmarked by TripAdvisor reviews On a vacation in Vietnam we spent a couple of days in the far-flung Con Dao islands an old penal colony Vietnam’s answer to the Andamans There was little to do there few sights At night the only entertainment was young people washing down fresh mussels and clams with cold beer at the night market and calling us to join them for some karaoke In Sri Lanka we found ourselves in a treehouse without WiFi in the room Instead there was a hammock outside and a chorus of crickets But the moment I will always remember is on an assignment in the temple towns of Maharashtra In Tuljapur home to Goddess Bhavani a young priest invited me to come back at night It would be a full-moon night and the goddess would venture out in her palanquin Cameras were not allowed but we smuggled ours in anyway for this was a not-to-be-missed opportunity It was a rain-washed night with lightning flashing dramatically in the dark sky as thunder rumbled across the plains At 10 the goddess appeared with her tiger mount A priest smeared a sindoor tika on my forehead The drums started to beat the cymbals clanged and we started walking around the rain-washed courtyard while ecstatic crowds jostled for her blessing through the incense smoke I had never imagined in all my life I would ever end up as a palanquin bearer to the gods Nothing remains to document that night We did not take any pictures the contraband camera stayed in its case In social media terms it was a wasted evening a washout But I experienced it with every pore of my being I learned that for something to be memorable you do not always need a memory stick I still remember the priest’s face when I asked if we could lend a shoulder to the goddess“Why not” he said with smile The young priest gave us each a small piece of peda at the end of it I did not Facebook it or Instagram it or tweet it No one got to “like” it except me but I still remember its crumbly sweetness At the end of the evening it felt blessed Sandip Roy is the author of Don’t Let Him Know For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Paris | Published: June 9 2010 10:10 am Related News Short people are 50 per cent likelier than tall people to die prematurely of heart diseaseresearchers reported today in a major review of three million people The study showed that women under 5 feet and men under 5 ft 5 in are significantly more prone to cardiovascular or coronary heart problems than women and men taller than 5 ft 6 in and 5 ft 8 inrespectively The findingspublished in the European Heart Journalsuggest that short stature should be added to the list of known heart disease risk factors alongside obesityadvanced age and high cholesterol levelsthe researchers said The link between height and heart conditions has been examined in nearly 2000 studies from around the world over the last 60 yearsbut evidence remained contradictory Scientists in Finland led by Puula Paajanen of the University of Tampere sifted through all this research to see if they could tease out a definitive answer The best approachthey decidedwas to compare the shortest group to the tallest group to highlight any differences that might emerge They focused on 52 earlier studiesexamining more than three million people in allthat met their criteria for both comparability and high standards “The results are unequivocal: short stature is associated with increased risk of coronary heart disease” said Jaakko Tuomilehtoa professor at the University of Helsinki in commenting on the new study “But the possible patho-physiologicalenvironmentaland genetic background of this peculiar association is not known” he added in a commentaryalso in the European Heart Journal One theory is that shorter people have smaller coronary arteries that may become clogged earlier in lifeespecially when combined with poor nutrition or infections resulting in poor foetal or childhood growth But recent findings also suggest genes may be a culpritPaajanen said “The genetic background of body height suggest that inherited factors … may explain the association between small stature and an increased risk of heart disease in later life” she said in a statement Short people should not be worried about the new findingsshe added “Height is only one factor that may contribute to heart disease Whereas people have no control over their heightthey can control their weightlifestyle habits such as smokingdrinking and exercise” She also pointed out that being tall eliminated a risk factor for coronary heart disease but was not in itself a protection against it For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: May 16 2017 12:28 pm BSI President Arne Schoenbohm urged companies hit by the virus to report attacks through normal confidential channels and avoid payments to hackers under any circumstances (Source: BSI) Related News The German federal cyber agency BSI on Monday said it was aware of additional German institutions affected by the WannaCry “ransomware” cyber attack beyond those companies already known and it expected additional variants of the virus to surface BSI President Arne Schoenbohm urged companies hit by the virus to report attacks through normal confidential channels and avoid payments to hackers under any circumstances “WannaCry is another urgent wakeup call to invest more in IT security” Schoenbohm said in a statement saying German government networks were not affected but some German companies still needed to improve their security Also Read:Researchers see possible North Korea link to WannaCry ransomware attack He said the infections had not increased this week but urged companies to install a Microsoft patch that had been available for months German rail operator Deutsche Bahn said on Saturday that its systems were infected by a global cyber attack that caused computer turmoil in nearly 100 countries over the weekend and rolled into Asia on Monday Cyber attackers used ransomware to encrypt data on the computers demanding payments of $300 to $600 to restore access Victims were tricked into opening malicious malware attachments to spam emails that appeared to contain invoices job offers security warnings and other legitimate files Schoenbohm discussed the latest attacks and international coordination efforts with his counterparts from Austria Switzerland and Luxembourg in Bonn on Monday the BSI said Germany was the 13th most affected country by the attack Schoenbohm said noting that various defensive measures undertaken in recent years were paying off Cyber attackers used ransomware to encrypt data on the computers demanding payments of $300 to $600 to restore access (Source: Reuters) “But we can’t give an all-clear The ransomware remains in circulation and is spreading in Germany” he said “We expect the perpetrators and copycats to continue to unleash new variants” Konstantin von Notz a Greens lawmaker and member of the parliamentary committee that oversees digitalisation said Germany urgently needed to clarify which government agency would respond in the event of a major attack German officials are studying the issue and will make initial recommendations in July government sources said Von Notz said it was not clear who was behind the latest attacks but they involved software tools that had previously been under the control of the US National Security Agency He criticised the German government for buying software flaws on the black market and using them to conduct espionage instead of fixing them “That carries with it massive dangers” he said “These back doors that (the government) is using can also be used by criminals and enemy intelligence agencies” Also Read:WannaCry ransomware: Who’s behind it full impact and everything else to know Roland Obersteg a top officer with Germany’s new military cyber command told a conference hosted by the German newspaper Tagesspiegel that it was imperative for more companies to report cyber attacks so authorities could better track threats He also called it “illusory” to think that the German military would be able to respond immediately to a cyber attack by shutting down an enemy server “We need three to nine months to plan program and prepare for such an action” he said “That’s not done overnight” Both von Notz and Obersteg said Germany should adopt uniform cyber security standards for government and the private sector For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related News says 32-year-old tabla player Anup,I dislocated my right knee. there have been a lot of rumours about my alleged pregnancy.

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all the members of the house were asleep when the robbers broke into the house. who is leading Sri Lanka in the Test series. Infantino told AFP last week that the issue was "one of (his) highest priorities.Patna Pirates? defending champions hold a three point lead over Puneri Paltan?impacted governments and corporations across the globe. said in a tweet Sunday. The Uttar Pradesh Power Department, The average overdrawal is between 700mw and 800mw daily.

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