heritage furniture belonging to Chandigarh was put under the hammer at a Berlin-based auction house. daughter of former councillor Amiteshwar Kaur who passed away in April,said,Our contention is IOC does not provide home delivery in rural areas Customers are supposed to fetch cylinders from a godown Howeverretail sale price includes Rs 8 charged towards home delivery Our prayer is that either Rs 8 per cylinder be refundedor the company provide for home delivery? For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsHamburg: Amid increased tension between India and China on developments near Sikkim Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday "appreciated" momentum in the BRICS bloc under the Chinese chairmanship and extended full cooperation for the grouping’s upcoming summit to be hosted by Beijing Speaking at an informal meeting of BRICS leaders on the sidelines of the G20 Summit Modi also called upon the group leaders to show leadership in fighting terrorism and boosting global economic growth Chinese President Xi Jinping speaking right after Modi also appreciated the momentum witnessed at the BRICS bloc during India’s chairmanship before it was passed on to China The leaders of five BRICS countries — which also included Russia’s Vladimir Putin — discussed preparedness and priorities for the forthcoming 9th BRICS Summit in Xiamen China in September Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets Xi Jinping in Hamburg Twitter/MEA Xisaid he looked forward to welcoming the BRICS leaders Modi said BRICS has been a strong voice and needs to show leadership on terrorism and global economy according to a press release issued by the Ministry of External Affairs after the meeting "G20 should collectively oppose terrorism financing franchises safe havens support and sponsors" Modi said Referring to the reforms in India including the recent introduction of GST he stated that it is necessary to work together for sustained global economic recovery He advocated collective voice against the practices of protectionism especially in the spheres of trade and movement of knowledge and professionals Besides Modi reiterated India’s commitment to implementing the Paris agreement in letter and spirit and described its implementation globally as essential to fighting climate change He called for expeditious action to establish a BRICS rating agency and stated that cooperation on development of Africa should be a priority While stressing on the need for greater people-to-people exchanges the prime minister appreciated momentum in BRICS under the chairmanship of Xi and extended full cooperation and best wishes for the BRICS Xiamen Summit Earlier today PM @narendramodi shared his remarks at a meeting of BRICS leaders pictwittercom/PjPl293Ute — PMO India (@PMOIndia) July 7 2017 Modi started his speech by thanking Xi for his welcome and hosting the meeting "Under Xi’s chairmanship the progress and positive momentum of BRICS has further deepened our cooperation" Modi said The prime minister who spoke in Hindi also said "lastly I extend my best wishes and full cooperation to President Xi Jinping for the upcoming ninth BRICS Summit" China and India have been engaged in a stand-off in the Dokalam area near the Bhutan tri-junction after a Chinese Army’s construction party attempted to build a road The stand-off is near Sikkim section Concluding the meeting immediately after the Prime Minister’s remarks Xi appreciated India’s strong resolve against terrorism and the momentum in BRICS introduced under India’s chairmanship and through the outcomes of the Goa Summit in 2016 He also appreciated India’s success in economic and social development and wished India even bigger success Besides India and China Russia Brazil and South Africa are part of the BRICS grouping By: Press Trust of India | Boston | Published: June 30 2015 5:03 pm Sodas fruit drinks and other sugary beverages may lead to an estimated 184000 adult deaths each year worldwide from diabetes heart disease and cancers Top News Sodas fruit drinks and other sugary beverages may lead to an estimated 184000 adult deaths each year worldwide from diabetes heart disease and cancers researchers including one of Indian-origin have found “Many countries in the world have a significant number of deaths occurring from a single dietary factor sugar-sweetened beverages It should be a global priority to substantially reduce or eliminate sugar-sweetened beverages from the diet” said Dariush Mozaffarian senior author of the study from Tufts University in Boston In the first detailed global report on the impact of sugar-sweetened beverages researchers estimated deaths and disabilities from diabetes heart disease and cancers in 2010 In this analysis sugar sweetened beverages were defined as any sugar-sweetened sodas fruit drinks sports/energy drinks sweetened iced teas or homemade sugary drinks such as frescas that contained at least 50 kcal per 8 ounces serving 100 per cent fruit juice was excluded Estimates of consumption were made from 62 dietary surveys including 611971 individuals conducted between 1980 and 2010 across 51 countries along with data on national availability of sugar in 187 countries and other information Based on meta-analyses of other published evidence on health harms of sugar-sweetened beverages researchers calculated the direct impact on diabetes and obesity-related effects on cardiovascular disease diabetes and cancer In 2010 the researchers estimate that sugar-sweetened beverages consumption may have been responsible for approximately 133000 deaths from diabetes 45000 deaths from cardiovascular disease 6450 deaths from cancer “There are no health benefits from sugar-sweetened beverages and the potential impact of reducing consumption is saving tens of thousands of deaths each year” Mozaffarian said The impact of sugar-sweetened beverages varied greatly between populations At the extremes the estimated percentage of deaths was less than 1 per cent in Japanese over 65 years old but 30 per cent in Mexican adults younger than 45 Of the 20 most populous countries Mexico had the highest death rate attributable to sugar-sweetened beverages with an estimated 405 deaths per million adults (24000 total deaths) and the US ranked second with an estimated 125 deaths per million adults (25000 total deaths) About 76 per cent of the estimated sugar-sweetened beverage-related deaths occurred in low- or middle-income countries “Among the 20 countries with the highest estimated sugar-sweetened beverage-related deaths at least 8 were in Latin America and the Caribbean reflecting the high intakes in that region of the world” said Gitanjali Singh lead author of the study and a research assistant professor at the Friedman School at Tufts Overall in younger adults the per cent of chronic disease attributed to sugar-sweetened beverages was higher than the per cent in older adults The study was published in the journal Circulation For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: The Election Commission has asked the poll machinery in the five poll-bound states to either cover or remove photographs of political leaders on all hoardings and advertisements which seek to project the achievements of any living political functionary or political party The commission gave these fresh directions by reiterating its instructions issued on 12 December 2004 after the chief electoral officer of Goa raised the issue after the election schedule was announced on 4 January Representational image Reuters The poll watchdog said photos in advertisements or hoardings of similar type should also be removed or "covered suitably" so that spirit of its instructions is fully complied with It however made it clear that hoardings put up by the government which convey general message to the masses on family planning or social welfare schemes "may be allowed to be displayed" "However all those hoardings advertisements which seek or purport to project the achievements of any living political functionary or political party and which carry their photos or name or party symbol should be removed forthwith. ".No political party or functionary can use public resources and incur or authorise expenditure from public exchequer to eulogise himself or itself or enhance his/its own or any political leader’s image" it said The poll panel made it clear that such images or hoardings "undoubtedly amount to their individual/party election campaign at public cost" Between 4 February and 8 March Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand Punjab Goa and Manipur are going for Assembly polls and the Model Code of Conduct came into force on 4 January when the schedule was announced By: AP | Published: October 8 2017 8:52 am Arjen Robben converted an 84th-minute penalty to move level with Ruud van Nistelrooy and Faas Wilkes on 35 international goals (Source: Reuters) Top News The Netherlands scored twice in the last 10 minutes to beat Belarus 3-1 on Saturday and keep alive extremely remote hopes of qualifying for the World Cup in Russia The narrow victory combined with Sweden’s 8-0 thrashing of Luxembourg and Group A leader France’s 1-0 win in Bulgaria means the Netherlands must beat Sweden by seven goals in Amsterdam on Tuesday to finish second in the group and have a chance of progressing to a playoff Dutch captain Arjen Robben wasn’t holding out much hope for a miracle telling fans trying to work out the math behind a Dutch qualification to “leave the abacus at home” “You must always keep going to the last minute and we have to try to make it a good match but you have to be very realistic” Robben told Dutch broadcaster NOS “Normally you shouldn’t say it out loud but you can now say what everybody thinks – that 6-0 just is not possible” Robben added underestimating by a goal the mammoth task facing the Dutch on Tuesday Sweden has conceded a total of seven goals in its nine qualifiers so far Coach Dick Advocaat drafted in to lead the team after Danny Blind was fired following a 2-0 defeat in Bulgaria in March wasn’t ready to throw in the towel “The reality is it’s very difficult but it’s not over” Advocaat told NOS Robben converted an 84th-minute penalty to move level with Ruud van Nistelrooy and Faas Wilkes on 35 international goals but he had a frustrating night in Borisov trying to urge his team forward to make up ground on Sweden The match in Sweden was an early kick off meaning the Dutch knew the mountain they had to climb before play started in Belarus They never got out of the foothills Davy Proepper’s first-half strike was cancelled out by Maksim Valadzko early in the second spell before Robben gave the Dutch back the lead and Memphis Depay scored from an injury-time free kick to make the score look respectable but inadequate The Netherlands reached the semifinals of the last World Cup in Brazil and was losing finalist four years earlier in South Africa but failed to qualify for last year’s Euro 2016 tournament in France “You miss the European Championship and now almost certainly the World Cup Of course it hurts” Robben said “Unfortunately it’s part of football it’s part of sport” Sweden’s margin of victory came as a shock to Advocaat who ruled out Sweden beating Luxembourg by 8-0 when a journalist suggested it was a possibility last week “They’re not going to win 8-0 what kind of stupid question is that” Advocaat said “8-0 No I really don’t believe that” Advocaat could again be out of a job after the Sweden match He was appointed until the end of the qualifying campaign or until the end of the World Cup if the Dutch qualify Robben a 33-year-old veteran with 95 caps wasn’t ready to call an end to his own international career yet “First Sweden and then we’ll see” he said of his plans for the future For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 12 2017 9:29 pm Meg Lanning scored 76* against India at Bristol (Source: AP) Related News Australia defeated India by 8 wickets in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 after they chased down a target of 227 runs comprehensively Riding on skipper Meg Lanning’s unbeaten 76 runs the Australian side notched up their fifth win in the competition to consolidate a place in the semi-final stage Australia got a perfect start while chasing the total as Bolton and Mooney put on 62 for the first wicket before Bolton was caught behind off Poonam Yadav for 36 Mooney (45) was second wicket to go down off a run out But the fall of wickets didn’t really cause any trouble for the Aussies as Ellyse Perry and Lanning compiled an unbeaten stand of 124 runs for third wicket Perry too went on to score an unbeaten half-century while she also concluded the proceedings with a boundary Indian team on the other side missed the plot after they failed to capitalise on the conditions Apart from the failure of spinners it was a dismal show in the field that became a major factor of India’s defeat India now play New Zealand on Saturday Earlier? ? 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