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#bodrum #golden50 #allheart #asismeant. She wrote: “Happy Happy Golden Anniversary dear Mom & Dad ????? Wish you all the happiness and Health in the world Thank you for always being there unflinchingly for all of us Thank you for supporting each one of us through and through Thank you for all the values you inculcated in us Than you for the compassion and caring that you taught all of us to possess Thank you for teaching us the importance of family and that a family should always stick together Thank you for being the BEST parents anyone could wish to have and thank you most for being living examples of what we we your children constantly wish to aspire to be Love you to the moon and Back Last but not least Thank you God for both my parents Mashallah Grateful ??” Later she went shopping with her mom and aunt during the day time Sussanne also posted another picture with her son Hrehaan and her ray of sunshine from their holiday She often spends time with her kids after her divorce with Hrithik Roshan in 2014 In another candid picture Susssanne is having a great time with her sons and nieces on the beach at the resort For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: November 29 2015 11:49 am Priyanka Chopra feels the two films ‘Bajiro Mastani’ and ‘Dilwale’ are not competing with each other Related News Superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s “Dilwale” and Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s “Bajirao Mastani” are set for a box-office clash next month but actress Priyanka Chopra feels the two films are not competing with each other as they are different in terms of content The Rohit Shetty directed much-awaited “Dilwale” bringsback the iconic on-screen pair of Shah Rukh and Kajol “Bajirao Mastani” stars Ranveer Singh as Peshwa Bajirao Deepika Padukone as Mastani while Priyanka essays the role of Kashi Bai Both the films are set to release on December 18 View Pics:Priyanka Chopra dances on ‘Pinga’ energetic Ranveer arrives on a chariot “I don’t think we are competing I think both are beautiful and different kind of films The genres of both the films are different made by two prolific filmmakers It has been made out as a competition but it is not” Priyanka told reporters here at a promotional event of “Bajirao Mastani” “Being a part of this film I would try to promote it as much as I can We have Bajirao and Mastani Sanjay Sir and I to promote the film But this product doesn’t need much promotion When it is played it speaks for itself” she said The 33-year-old “Mary Kom” actress revealed that she was the first one to be cast for “Bajirao Mastani” “I was the first one to be finalised for this film I knew I was to play Kashi We were shooting for ‘Mary Kom’ when Bhansali sir told me about this film I never knew who would play Bajirao and Mastani” Priyanka said “For me it was tempting to play a character (Kashi Bai) as it never got voice in history I have always played strong characters It was difficult to play a gentle character like this But I would be open to play Bajirao and Mastani” she said Priyanka is busy shooting in the US for her popular TV show “Quantico” and back home in India she is promoting “Bajirao Mastani” “My shooting (for ‘Bajirao Mastani’) got over before I started ‘Quantico’ There was little work that was left and for it I used to fly down from the US come here and complete my part The film started at Kashi vila and then we finished my major chunk then shooting of Bajirao and Mastani began” she said Filmmaker Prakash Jha who has teamed up with Priyanka for the sequel of “Gangaajal” recently said that he hopes the international fame of the actress will help her films get more love from audience here Also read:Prakash Jha: Hope Priyanka Chopra’s international fame helps ‘Jai Gangaajal’ To this Priyanka said “I hope my films benefit from my previous work as an actor” “Bajirao Mastani” releases December 18 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Coomi Kapoor | Published: August 19 2011 1:11 am Related News It will be a mistake to assume that the food security billin its present formwill necessarily and sharply reduce Indias embarrassingly high rates of child malnutrition Satiating hunger and providing nutrients that are essential for healthy growth and fitness are not quite the same thinga fact highlighted by the leading medical journal Lancet in a recent research paper The article says the prevalence of anaemia in India is higher than that in BangladeshNepalSri LankaPakistan and Southeast Asian countries It cites the National Family Health Survey figures that 55 per cent of Indian women in the reproductive ageand 70 per cent of children under fiveare anaemic While the budgetary allocation on Indias nutrition programmes is substantiala major flaw is a lack of focus The most vulnerable sections of the population often fall between the cracks The crucial window of opportunity to counter the adverse effects of undernourishment and malnourishment is in pregnant and lactating mothers and children under the age of two in middle- and lower-middle-income groups It is a vicious cycle: anaemic mothers produce anaemic babies Fifty per cent of Indian children under three are underweight384 per cent are stunted and 191 per cent are wasted These unfortunate statistics have not cropped up simply because of lack of foodbut a failure to introduce the right nutrients in the diet at the right age Apart from iron deficiencywhich results in anaemiaan estimated 50 per cent of children receive less than half their daily requirement of vitamin Azinc and folic acid Most of these deficiencies in diet could be addressed fairly easily by reaching out to vulnerable sections through the Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS) Unfortunatelyfor years nutritionists and NGOs have quarrelled over the right strategy to adopt In the bargainanaemia rates have not declined for over a decade While half-a-dozen high-powered nutrition committees have in general terms endorsed the importance of a cost-effectiveeasily doable nutritional intervention like fortification and providing fortified supplementary food to children under threethe Central government has failed to push for such measures Towards the end of UPA 1the ministry of women and child development sent out an excellent set of guidelines to state governmentslaying down nutrition norms for the ICDS It recommended take-home rations of blended fortified mixes for children under three and fortifiedcooked hot meals for older children The guidelines took into account the crucial fact that children between the ages of six months and two years have a much smaller stomach capacity and require nutrient-dense meals rich in energy several times dailywhereas older children have different needs The message seems to be slowly percolating down Fortified take-home rations for under-three children in the ICDS are finally being implemented to some degree in states like Tamil NaduKarnatakaPunjabUttar PradeshUttarakhandGujaratRajasthan and Andhra Pradesh On the other handthere are states like KeralaBiharHimachal PradeshJharkhand and Assam which stick to the old system of simply providing take-home grain rations for infants The grain generally ends up as part of the family pot One reason why our ICDS policies are not uniform is that court commissioners in the Right to Food case argue that fortified mixes should be supplied only by small self-help groupswhich would make introduction of fortification interventions on a nationwide scale impossible Rajasthanfor instanceis actually contemplating pulling back on some of its pre-mix distribution schemes in the ICDS which are not run by NGOs The conventional method of treating anaemia through iron tablets has not proved effectiveand hardly 30 per cent of the population has been covered because of distribution problems It makes sound sensethereforeto opt for the route of fortifying our staple foodsby adding micronutrients The costs of fortifying are minimalthe risk negligible and the returns enormous Wheatfor exampleis commonly fortified with iron and zinc Oil is the vehicle for vitamin A In fact35 countries have made flour fortification mandatory In IndiaGujarat has been a trend-setterintroducing legislation to make it compulsory to fortify wheat with iron and folic acid and oil with vitamin A But even enforcing such laws is problematic Despite a government decree making it compulsory to fortify salt with iodinearound 29 per cent of salt eaten in the country either has no iodine at all or is inadequately iodised [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: June 12 2017 5:00 am Divya Dhayal in action Top News Pune girl Divya Dhayal won the bronze medal at the Archery World Cup held at Antalya Turkey from June 6 to June 11 In the compound mixed team event the Indian team comprising Divya Dhayal and Abhishek Verma defeated Italy 154-153 in a nail biting match to win the bronze Indian compound men and compound women teams had also reached semifinals but both the teams stood fourth and missed the medal However the mixed team saved the day for the Indian contingent by winning the match Dhayal being one of the youngest player at 15 years stole the show by keeping her cool under pressure and shooting perfect shots In March Dhayal a student of Army Public School became national archery champion by winning 37th Senior National Archery Championship which was held at Faridabad Haryana The event saw her winning both individual gold medals in compound category and also mixed team gold medal For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News” he said.violent extremism as an instrument of policy? At the same hearingUS Secretary of Defence Leon Panetta refused to publicly detail what policies the United States were now contemplating with regards to Pakistanwhen pressed by committee members The decline in US-Pakistan relations last year has been well-documented The Kabul embassy attack is but the latest in a series of revelations that have shed light on Pakistans duplicityfollowing close on the heels of the outing of the CIA station chief in Pakistanthe arrest of CIA contractor Raymond Davisseveral developments in China-Pakistan tiesand the killing of Osama bin Laden in the Pakistani heartland Although an uneasy diplomatic détente might yet be possiblethe overall trajectory in US-Pakistan ties is likely irreversible It is almost impossiblefor exampleto envisage a US strategic relationship of the kind Pakistan has long desiredinvolving virtually carte blanche development aidthe provision of advanced military hardwareand limits to US cooperation with India The growing consensus in Washington is thatover the short-term futureUS-Pakistan ties will be purely transactional in nature But while a coldmercenary relationship may satisfy US political and military leaders and buy Washington both time and spaceit will not address the structural factors that make Pakistan a challenge to regional and global security and stability These include a political system and notion of the national interest dictated by the armya socio-political climate conducive to religious extremism and ethnic strifeand a willingness to incubate and employ terror as a means of advancing national objectives Such dysfunctions will persevereand while the United States may one day extricate itself from South AsiaIndia does not enjoy that luxury The present state of US-Pakistan relations thus presents a rare opening of sorts for New Delhi Developments over the past five years have broadly supported Indias view of Pakistan as a hub of state-supported international terrorism under an unaccountableuntrustworthy and temerarious military leadership So for the first timethe United States may be willing to entertain Indian policy inputs with regard to Pakistan Although New Delhi has often been understanding of the US dependence on Pakistanand at other times justifiably critical of its wilful blindness to Pakistani transgressionsit should now be more forthcoming in articulating what approach to Pakistan it would like to see Washington adopt This will be a major test of the Indian strategic communitys acumen and responsiveness Unfortunatelythere is a real danger that New Delhi will miss its chance Turning George Santayanas aphorism on its headthe historian Arthur Schlesinger once wrote: Too often it is those who can remember the past who are condemned to repeat it? ? The change is in the “untied” and “tied” proportions. In my case, with Spain’s Mireia Belmonte Garcia challenging them for much of the way. Education Minister Najat Vallaud-Belkacem said the "proliferation" of burkini bans "was not a welcome development". Atletico de Kolkata struggled during transitions last season.

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” said the coach. But they wouldn’t have to fly far to dine or feed their babies on frogs, Ghana will now face Mali in the quarterfinals to be played in Guwahati on October 21. According to a press release issued by the Pune unit of RSS.

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