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Uttar Pradesh.The husband of the woman suspecting that his son gets physically assaulted set up the CCTV camera to realise his fears come true news agency ANI reported The video shows the woman beating her son repeatedly and trying to strangle him “I suspected that my wife beats our son hence got a CCTV camera installed (in the house)” the husband told ANI [Graphic content Viewer discretion is recommended] WATCH: Woman in Bareilly caught on CCTV beating and trying to strangle infant sonhttp://tco/6fEUF4bGkx — ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) August 26 2016 The husband who has not been identified told the agency he was very worried and that he has approached the court For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: February 8 2016 3:15 pm Chain snatchers in Bengaluru got away with gold worth Rs 8 lakh in a series of incidents of Sunday Top News Bengaluru witnessed a chain-snatching spree worth Rs 8 lakh on Sunday with four elderly women attacked by two motorcycle-borne men across the city The first incident reportedly happened early Sunday morning at 6:45 am in Yeshwantpur A resident of Divanarapaly the 55-year-old woman was outside her house when one of the attackers approached and robbed her Rs 2 lakh-worth gold chain before fleeing away with his partner waiting on a bike near-by According to a report inThe Hindu the duo are probably the same who attacked another woman just 15 minutes later in Yelahanka The duo approached the 62-year-old woman on the pretext of inquiring about rent While the pillion rider engaged the woman in conversation the bike rider snatched her 15 gram gold chain and they fled The third incident happened at Coffee Board Colony in Amruthahalli where the duo snatched a 80-gram gold chain from a 65-year-old woman who was out on her morning walk She lost balance and fell resulting inminor injuries according to Deccan Herald The next incident happened a few hours later when the duo snatched a65-gram gold chain from a 54-year-old woman who was on her way home in Vijayanagar Cases have been registered in the respective police stations and investigations are underway Police said they are trying to find the registration number of the bikes used through the CCTV footage These reportscome in strike contrast to a recent TOI report claiming that chain-snatching incidents have seen a considerable dip of 30 per cent in Bengaluru For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Raipur | Published: November 13 2016 1:32 pm According to Awasthi Maoists collect crores of rupees through levy and extortion and keep cash with them or in the dumps in forests for their activities and distribution among their cadres and supporters Top News Maoist activities are likely to suffer a major setback following the scrapping of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes as the ultras may find it difficult to dispose of their cash apparently in hundreds of crores concealed in insurgency-hit regions of Chhattisgarh police have claimed According to sources Naxals have stashed over Rs 7000 crore at their dumps in Bastar region Following the move the state police have beefed up security at banks ATMs and other economic establishments in the insurgency-affected pockets particularly Bastar “As per intelligence inputs the ban on higher currency has frustrated the Naxals and they may target ATMs banks post offices and other business establishments in near future in the areas of their presence” Special Director General of Police (anti-Maoist operations) D M Awasthi said “In view of it security forces in all the districts particularly those Naxal-affected have been alerted and asked to enhance security of such establishments” he said According to Awasthi Maoists collect crores of rupees through levy and extortion and keep cash with them or in the dumps in forests for their activities and distribution among their cadres and supporters With the demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes Naxalites might make attempts through various ways via their local supporters or villagers to deposit the money or exchange it in banks Therefore checks are also being conducted to intercept unaccounted cash in these areas he said Notably police had recoveredunaccounted cash of Rs 4425 lakh in the denomination of old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes and jewellery worth Rs 2 lakh from possession of a man in the Naxal-affected Kondagaon district on Friday The person was unable to produce valid documents to explain the cash and jewellery he possessed and he was being interrogated to ascertain the source of the money Earlier in 2014 police had seized Rs 29 lakh from a Maoist dump in the Maoist-hit Rajnandgaon district Besides after a gun-battle with ultras security forces had recovered Rs eight lakh in Gariaband district while in another incident Rs one lakh in Sukma district this year A senior police official of Bastar range claimed that Maoists would suffer a big blow as they have concealed over Rs 7000 crore cash alone in Bastar region which is fighting the menace of Left Wing Extremism since past three decades “We will not let them deposit or exchange the money in banks Security forces have been alerted to keep a track of activities of Maoists and their supporters Patrolling has been intensified in interior forests and bordering areas” he said on condition of anonymity Levy is a major source of money for Maoists in Bastar which is a hotspot for them It is collected by local cadres from miners tendu leaves and transport contractors local traders who fear them the police official said Subsequently the money is transferred to senior Maoist leaders who use the cash to purchase firearms ammunition medicines commodities of daily use besides distributing it to commander rank cadres to run the banned movement in their respective areas he said Recent inputs suggest that Naxals have collected and kept over Rs 7000 crore in their separate dumps under Bastar region spread over an area about 40000 sq kms After the demonetisation they will face trouble in procuring items of daily use as well as weapons with old notes thereby affecting the Maoist activities greatly in Bastar and adjoining areas the police official said Moreover bank officials have been requested to share information about suspicious deposits in accounts in the region he added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News “The police was on an alert and also requested people not to fall prey to such messages and keep off from spreading them," Palace open their Premier League campaign at home to Huddersfield Town on Saturday.
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It will include tribal dance and Baul Mountainsjungles and seas will be depicted by the dancers performing on the moving tableau For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Melbourne | Published: October 9 2016 3:00 pm Participants were asked to rate the amount of water intake under two conditions; following exercise when they were thirsty and later after they were persuaded to drink an excess amount of water (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News Drinking too much water may cause potentially fatal water intoxication claims a new study which has for the first time identified the mechanism that regulates fluid intake in the human body and stops us from over-drinking The study led by researchers from Monash University in Australia challenges the popular idea that we should drink eight glasses of water a day for good health It showed that a ‘swallowing inhibition’ is activated by the brain after excess liquid is consumed helping maintain tightly calibrated volumes of water in the body “If we just do what our body demands us to we will probably get it right – just drink according to thirst rather than an elaborate schedule” said Michael Farrell associate professor at Monash The researchers asked participants to rate the amount of effort required to swallow water under two conditions; following exercise when they were thirsty and later after they were persuaded to drink an excess amount of water The results showed a three-fold increase in effort after over-drinking “Here for the first time we found effort-full swallowing after drinking excess water which meant they were having to overcome some sort of resistance This was compatible with our notion that the swallowing reflex becomes inhibited once enough water has been drunk” Farrell said Researchers used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to measure activity in various parts of the brain focusing on the brief period just before swallowing The fMRI showed the right prefrontal areas of the brain were much more active when participants were trying to swallow with much effort suggesting the frontal cortex steps in to override the swallowing inhibition so drinking could occur according to the researcher’s instructions “There have been cases when athletes in marathons were told to load up with water and died in certain circumstances because they slavishly followed these recommendations and drank far in excess of need” he said Drinking too much water in the body puts it in danger of water intoxication or hyponatremia when vital levels of sodium in the blood become abnormally low potentially causing symptoms ranging from lethargy and nausea to convulsions and coma Elderly people however often did not drink enough and should watch their intake of fluids said Farrell The study was published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Mumbai | Published: February 14 2017 12:59 am It was found that 22 per cent the women interviewed worked during their pregnancy period Top News OF THE estimated 30 million construction workers in India 51 per cent are women A study has been conducted by the Manchester-based People’s Open Access Education Initiative to collect information on health access and challenges of pregnant women living on construction sites in Mumbai Navi Mumbai and Thane The participants were pregnant women living on construction sites and were recruited from 13 construction sites across Mumbai It was found that 22 per cent the women interviewed worked during their pregnancy period With the majority of these women in the reproductive age group it is common that the hard work poor living conditions and the demands of childbearing leave them in poor health Watch What Else Is Making News The study found that 67 per cent of the women suffered from fatigue while others were found suffering from health issues such as night blindness blurred vision and vaginal bleeding Poverty was cited to be the main factor along with providing food for their husbands for such women to work in such fragile health conditions such as during pregnancy In the survey a total of 72 pregnant women were interviewed The average age of respondents was found to be 22 years A total of 76 per cent of these women had utilised the health facilities for their antenatal checkups (ANC) with majority (65 per cent) utilising private health facilities 16 pregnant women were found to be working at the time of data collection It was mentioned that the women tend to work till seventh month of pregnancy For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: January 14 2009 4:32 am Related News The District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum has directed a pilot training institute to cough up compensation to a student for not providing training in a course desired by him The institute has been directed to refund Rs 22600 plus the equivalent of US $17450 along with Rs 2 lakh as compensation and Rs 11000 as costs of litigation The complainantUmang Vijay Kumar Trivediwanted to pursue the Professional Pilot Course III for which he took admission in Asia USAFloridaat their regional office in Sector 35Chandigarh The complainant averred that he paid an advance sum of Rs 50000 in cash in October 2007 Trivedi was assured that his admission will be confirmed within two weeks He was also directed to appear before the USA Embassy at Mumbai for an interview after which he received a letter from the Regional Airline Academya sister concern of Asia USAstating that the Professional Pilot course would commence from January 152008 Interestinglywhen he was again directed to attend the Visa interview call at the US Embassyhe was disqualified for not possessing a ground course certificatewhichhe was later toldwas a pre-requisite for the course He was then asked to attend 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