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They used to sit at different seats and kept in touch with their accomplices through mobile phones, he said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New York | Published: September 10 2016 9:24 pm Despite having social connections within the community such conditions rendered youths who were already struggling particularly vulnerable to suicide the researchers explained Top News The homogeneous culture and high degree of social connectedness of a community can contribute to teenage suicide as well as thwart prevention efforts says a study contradicting popular notions about being socially connected “The findings highlights the downside to social connectedness something that is usually touted as a key tool for suicide prevention” said Anna S Mueller Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago in Illinois US Community with its intense pressure to succeed coupled with narrowly defined ideals about what youths should be can perpetuate teenage suicide clusters in which a series of suicides happen around the same time and in close proximity Fears of not living up to such ideals combined with the ease with which private information became public due to social connectedness leave teenagers and their parents unwilling to seek help for mental health problems Despite having social connections within the community such conditions rendered youths who were already struggling particularly vulnerable to suicide the researchers explained “Our study also helps explain why some schools with intense academic pressure have problems with suicide while others do not It’s not just the pressure but a combination of certain community factors that can make asking for help even harder” Mueller added The study demonstrated how community needs to be considered when assessing vulnerabilities and why prevention organisations should no longer view social connectedness exclusively as a positive force in measuring suicide risk For the study the team focussed on a single community in which 19 students or recent graduates of the local high school had committed suicide between 2000 and 2015 Their field research included interviews and focus groups involving a total of 110 people The creation of various programmes to help students navigate perceived failure and academic stresses should be developed the researchers recommended in the paper published in the journal American Sociological Review For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Amrita Chaudhry | Ludhiana | Published: March 22 2010 12:12 am Related News Navdeep Sihra26recently released her first poetry book titled? The date for classes is yet to be finalised which depends on the response we get, he said For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related Newsre planning to give awards in the retrospective section from 2013, says Saini All set to organize the awards functiondirector Navaniat Singh is also looking forward to his film Dharti being a contender Music director Jaidevon the other handis working on a night-long concert as part of the function A worldwide premiere of a Punjabi film is being planned at the Silvercity Brampton hall in Torontoand a trade show and music concerts are also on the cards For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shubhra Gupta | Published: January 29 2010 6:31 pm Related News Cast :Paresh RawalOm PuriPawan Malhotra Director : Amit Raj Rating: ** Ace mechanic Hashmatullah (Rawal) is the go-to man in Allahabad He fixes the unfixable with the kind of loving skill only those who work with their hands display One dayhe is asked to repair an old Ford engineand he takes it on without knowing its significance And then the town erupts in communal violenceand he is forced to decide between duty and religion ‘Road To Sangam has a terrific premise The engine that Hashmatullah is entrusted with was part of the car used to carry Mahatma Gandhis ashes to the Sangam What could be more emotive Paresh Rawal turns in a magnificent performance as a man who is very clear about his allegiancenot to his rabble-rousing leaders ( PuriMalhotra)but to his work and his ethics The Muslim clergy spout standard poison about being done against; the Hindu faction railsand its all very predictable What could have been an effective clarion call to peace is drowned out by rhetoric For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shantanu David | Updated: January 2 2016 6:08 am Interiors of the restaurant Our Story Top News Denizens of Noida frequently pray (OK that just might be us) for a casual restaurant offering both sustenance and substance in the city Our Story in the sector 18 market makes that fairytale come true Split over two levels the lower serving as a tea room complete with cupcakes and company and the upper a sit-down restaurant Our Story also offers a veritable kindergarten of games from chess to Life (the board game) swings in the outdoor area and an indulgent smiling staff We happily regress We start off with the Meat Lover’s Salad an anachronism that appeals to us like a fly does to a spider Served in a wooden bowl it is an amalgamation of sliced sausages chicken breast peppered salami pepperoni and bacon bound together by a quasi chipotle mayonnaise a scrunching of raw red and yellow bell peppers and doctored with pepper Yes it is exactly as good as it sounds Given how meaty our salad is (no pun intended) we spring or rather waddle straight into the mains We decide to revisit the high-school sweetheart of Penne With Chicken in White Sauce and indulge in a flirtation with the Mutton Khichda The heat of the moment or rather the chill of the evening also nudges us towards a Hot Chocolate The khichda is definitely the masculine of the khichdi a restrained kedgeree rendered robust and brawny with large pieces of toothsome melting mutton and with sides of chopped onions tomatoes and chillies and liquid gold er ghee which we pour on with abandon Despite the clearly high-calorific value of the meal (we can literally feel our weight increasing with every indulgent spoonful) we polish it off left both utterly satiated and correspondingly sad as we contemplate our next time on the weighing scale The pasta unfortunately is anemic in comparison requiring more cheese better and less chewy chicken and generally a coating of flavour Luckily we have our hot chocolate to seek solace in — piping hot not too sweet but as chocolatey as a cocoa plantation Slurp and sink back while you wait for your partner to come up with a new word on the Scrabble board We’ll check out the tea room on our next visit A few teething troubles aside Our Story is a much need oasis in the Continentally-parched city Meal for Two: Rs 1500 (including taxes excluding alcohol) Address: G-38 1st Floor Sector 18 Noida contact: 9599786807 For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Washington | Updated: February 14 2015 2:12 pm We tend to be economically irrational when it comes to choosing how we use resources like money and time but scarcity can convert us into economically rational decision makers Related News Scarcity of resources can turn people wiser say researchers including one of Indian-origin We tend to be economically irrational when it comes to choosing how we use resources like money and time but scarcity can convert us into economically rational decision makers “When money is short the utility bill and rent payment are on the top of one’s mind” said lead researcher Anuj Shah of the University of Chicago This makes trade-offs particularly salient After all paying for one thing means we can’t pay for something else “Someone contemplating purchasing a beer compares the beer with other budgetary demands like tomorrow’s lunch or bus fare And these trade-offs do not depend on where the beer is purchased” Shah a psychological scientist at University of Chicago Booth School of Business said Shah and his colleagues hypothesised that people experiencing a scarcity mindset would be more attuned to tradeoffs rather than context and would as such evaluate goods in a more stable consistent way than people who aren’t faced with scarcity In the study high-income participants were willing to pay more for a beer from a “fancy resort hotel” than for the same beer from a “small run-down grocery store” but the amount lower-income participants were willing to pay didn’t vary according to where the beer was purchased Additional data indicated that scarcity also influences decisions we make regarding resources other than money including food and time These findings suggest that a condition of scarcity – such as being on a diet or feeling time-pressured – disposes people to think more consistently about the value of the resource in question regardless of other contextual factors The findings appeared in Psychological Science For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News The discovery may help researchers understand one of the biggest mysteries in astronomy.5 per cent of the total electorate of 7, an hour before polling, taking the number of arrests to nine in the sensational Kotkhai rape case that rocked Himachal Pradesh.The CBI had registered two cases on the direction of the Himachal Pradesh High Court in July this year to probe the rape and murder of a 16-year-old girl and the second related to the custodial death of an accused Suraj Singh arrested by the Himachal Pradesh Police The Central Bureau of Investigation spokesman said that the agency had arrested Negi former Superintendent of Police posted at Shimla in an on going investigation of a case relating to the custodial death of Singh Negi was produced before the special CBI court which sent him to agency’s remand till November 20 The central probe agency had in August arrested eight Himachal Pradesh Police officials including Inspector General Z H Zaidi in connection with the custodial death of Singh a 29-year-old labourer from Nepal Singh who was a suspect in the rape and murder of a minor school girl in the Kotkhai area of Shimla in early July was among six people arrested by the local police He was allegedly killed by a co-accused at the Kotkhai police station last month triggering a massive public outrage The CBI which was later handed over the probe into the case by the Himachal Pradesh High Court questioned several people before arresting Zaidi a 1994-batch IPS officer the then IGP (South) Manoj Joshi the then Deputy Superintendent of Police and six other police officials The Himachal Pradesh Police had arrested Ashish Chauhan alias Ashu (29) a resident of Sharaal village in Mahasu area of Kotkhai; Rajender Singh alias Raju (32) a driver; Subash Singh Bisht (42) and Deepak alias Deepu (29) both residents of Pauri Garwal; Suraj Singh (29) and Lok Jung alias Chotu (19) both hailing from Nepal The minor girl had gone missing after school hours on July 4 from Haliala forest in the Kotkhai area of Shimla district Her naked body was found in the forest on July 6 and the post-mortem report confirmed rape The rape case has created furore in the state which goes to polls later this year The case was handed over to the CBI by the Himachal Pradesh High Court on July 19 on the state government’s plea amid public outburst against the state police The CBI had filed two FIRs on July 22 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: July 14 2015 9:55 am Sonia Gandhi Derek O’Brien and Nitish Kumar at the iftar on Monday (Express Photo by: P Vaidyanathan Iyer) Related News Politicsis almost always on the iftar menu in the capital and so it was at Sonia Gandhi’s this evening — sending a mixed signal to the BJP ahead of the monsoon session of Parliament Her guest list showed that Opposition unity may be largely intact but there are some chinks in that as well with regional rivals hesitant to be seen together So the Left parties were missing at the dinner where a representative of Mamata Banerjee was present Sitting next to Gandhi on the dinner table was Trinamool Congress’s Derek O’Brien Sources said CPM politburo member Mohammed Salim was to attend but the party had a change of heart at the last minute Share This Article Related Article Clearly the discomfiture of being seen with the Trinamool and a reluctance to let the Congress flex its muscle and turn Parliament into a BJP vs Congress affair were said to be the reasons behind the Left’s absence So Salim flew out of Delhi as the iftar was in progress With the CPM deciding to skip the CPI too followed suit Gandhi had invited its Rajya Sabha leader D Raja The Samajwadi Party skipped the dinner although its senior leader Ram Gopal Yadav sources said had confirmed hispresence He was to be seated on Gandhi’s table BSP veteran Satish Chandra Mishra was present and sat next to former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh DMK had deputed M Karunanidhi’s daughter and Rajya Sabha MP Kanimozhi DMK had no qualms as the AIADMK was not invited She sat next to Rahul Gandhi who interestingly asked her about AIADMK and its perceived closeness with the BJP He wanted to know whether there is a possibility of a BJP-AIADMK alliance for next year’s Assembly elections Unlike last year Gandhi’s iftar today saw the presence of a large spectrum of Opposition leaders And the cynosure of all eyes was of course Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar In a skull cap and scarf he sat next to Sonia JD(U) chief Sharad Yadav too was on this high table RJD chief Lalu Prasad was absent as he was hosting his own iftar in Patna Kunwar Danish Ali represented the JD(S) while Lalu was represented by Prem Chand Gupta The Congress JD(U) and RJD plan to contest the Assembly elections in Bihar together From NCP supremo Sharad Pawar to National Conference leader and former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah the UPA constituents were present RLD’S Ajit Singh was absent Was the presence of Opposition leaders an indication of what is in store for the monsoon session Rahul without mincing words said the Opposition has always been “coordinating” and pointing towards others seated at the dinner table said “this is also an example of the coordination” Amid the war of words between the Congress and the BJP over the outcome of the Narendra Modi-Nawaz Sharif talks Pakistan High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit sitting next to Anand Sharma Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said talks with Pakistan are good but pointed out there are conflicting reports about the outcome For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Published: April 15 2013 8:32 pm Related News Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today kept open the option of accepting a third term but ruled out early electionsasserting that the government would complete its five-year term ending in May next year “I have still some time to complete my present term” he replied when asked during an NDTV event here whether he would accept a third term if asked To another poserSingh said he considers Prime Ministership of this vast country as “a great honour” and his effort has been to be rise up to the high expectations of the people Singhwho is serving the second termhas been the Prime Minister for nine years Questioned whether he was in the election modethe Prime Minister replied”I am not going to answer any question (on the issue)” When asked whether his remaining term was for “six months or one year”Singh said”We will complete five years of our government” During the event organised to mark 25 years of NDTVSingh commended the role of media in informing the public At the same timehe regretted that there was at timessensationalismtrivialisation and paid newswhich the media itself should address The Prime Minister cautioned the media against sensationalism and trivialisation of serious issues that results in misinformation Singh said he expected the media not only to just report accurately on what has happened but also to highlight social and economic injustices and thus pave the way for their redressal “We expect the media to educate public opinion on what is advisable and what is not by informing the people of the benefits and adverse consequences of following a particular course of action” he said Singh said he expected the media to point out the shortcomings of the government and thus help in improving the effectiveness of the administrative set-up in the country “This is indeed a formidable list of expectations” he said adding the media in the country hason balanceacquitted itself well HoweverSingh said there have been “aberrations” too “We sometimes see sensationalism driven by personal and political prejudices There is trivialization of the serious issuesresulting sometime in misinformation” he said Singh said reports about ‘paid news’ during the election times should be a major cause of concern to the media “I am of the view that it is for the media itself to find effective ways and means of addressing these concerns problems” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News the ball came back off the post and Dwight Gayle was judged offside when he tapped home the rebound. 2009 1:02 am Related News A Lion Called Christian Animal Planet Sunday,s Office (PMO).

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