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  1. Vivek Agnihotri's political drama 'Tashkent Files' starring Pallavi Joshi and Mithun Chakraborty released today. The movie tries to find the answer to the reason behind the mysterious death of PM Lal Bahadur Shastri. The movie is not a commercial pot boiler but has garnered a lot of praise in the country and is also turning out to be a hit with the overseas audience. The public feels that besides being a greatly researched movie, it is also a good history lesson for all of us. #TashkentFiles is not just a film; it is lesson of history & it will teach us about our past. So it must be watched & if you have children who are studying then it must be watched as a chapter from history which we weren't taught. Kudos @vivekagnihotri — Chowkidar Avinash Choubey (@avinashchoubey) April 12, 2019 Just loved it!@vivekagnihotri You are nailing an entire section of people in politics and civil soceity. More strength to you. ððððð #tashkentfiles — Rajesh A. Singh (@PerlOPython) April 12, 2019 Got the opportunity to watch 'The Tashkent Files' last evening and I was mind blown! Hats off to @vivekagnihotri for bringing out facts about Lal Bahadur Shastri's murder that were deeply buried. The matrix he explained is an absolute eye opener. Must watch film for all! pic.twitter.com/bYNAOu83fq — Chowkidar Priti Gandhi (@MrsGandhi) April 12, 2019 We often forget the heroes who were not glorified for their contribution to the nation and this movie asks all the right questions. #TashkentFiles brilliant work done by the director and actors. With the Tashkent files director @vivekagnihotri have asked some serious questions. @shweta_official stands out in this well crafted movie. — Rajat singh (@rajat_since97) April 12, 2019 I had the privilege to watch #Tashkentfiles at the special screening here in Mumbai. It is a brave movie that strikes the right cords. It gives into the history that has been shot down by the "the family" and their Romilaisque cronies. Must Watch. Bravo @vivekagnihotri Sir ðð pic.twitter.com/SN7pr7FxzP — Chowkidar Dhaval Patel (@dhaval241086) April 12, 2019 Truth always has tentacles which never bow down Truth is like pure water which always finds its way out This weekend explore the truth which was hidden for decades The mystery behind the death of one of the Greatest PM's Shastriji Thanks you @vivekagnihotri #TashkentFiles — Vikas Raina #Chowkidar #KP4Modi (@rainavikas) April 12, 2019 While the movie was in murky waters with a lot of people blaming it for stirring unwanted political agendas, the 'aam admi' is hailing the work of the director and the actors for fighting through all of it and opening the minds of Indians. The #TashkentFiles releases 2day. It's an important film. If we even call it 1 of the most important films in our history, then too it won't be an exaggeration. It takes lot of courage 2 make a film like this & credit must go to Vivek Agnihotri. Please go & watch it. — Chowkidar hity (@hitykumar) April 12, 2019 In case this piques your interest as well, then you should do your homework, watch 'Tashkent Files' and form your opinion about the whether it is the only political drama that matters for now or not.
  2. MUZAFFARABAD: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said that the only decision that has the biggest impact is from the public ? hours after the Supreme Court gave its verdict disqualifying former prime minister and PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif for...
  3. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/0b31bda92022e0efc025bca1cd4c5124.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9My8zMS8yMDE4IDg6Mzg6NTcgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1xbmt6d1NRK3ZoZ2dCdEIydWw5YzVBPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE=...
  4. RAWALPINDI: Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC) General Zubair Mahmood Hayat on Thursday called on Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi at the presidential palace in Cairo, according to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). The two figures discussed matters of bilateral strategic interest at the meeting, with particular emphasis on evolving regional security situation, the ISPR said in a statement. The CJCSC also met with Minister of Defence and Commander in Chief of Egyptian Armed Forces General Sedky Sobhy.
  5. Faisal Sabzwari addressing a press conference in Karachi on February 6, 2018. Photo: Geo News KARACHI: MQM-P leader Faisal Subzwari on Wednesday afternoon announced that a three-member delegation had been sent to the party's convener Farooq Sattar to talk matters out. "We have sent a three-member delegation which includes Sardar Ahmad, Rauf Siddiqui, and Javed Hanif to discuss matters with Farooq bhai [brother]," he told the media. He added that the Rabita Committee had given the mandate over the matter to the delegation. "In the past, Rabita Committee only made suggestions and decisions were made in London but now all decisions are made in Pakistan." Sattar, Khan call separate meetings The rumoured division within the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) ranks had turned out to be fact than fiction as senior party leaders, Farooq Sattar and Amir Khan, have called separate meetings today. Sattar has called a general workers' meeting today at KMC ground to decide the future course of action of the party, adding that he would speak on certain matters in the session that he never addressed before. "I will inform about the obstructions I faced in making decisions for the past 15 months," he said. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/65ccc4379cfd6353c1434c2b3c10eff5.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9Mi82LzIwMTggMTE6Mjg6MDQgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1wMlNIazlkV3A3emVUV2NyM0pkUEJ3PT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] MQM-P rift deepens: Rabita Committee revolts against Sattar over Senate tickets MQM-P session ends in chaos as Farooq Sattar and Amir Khan disagreed with each other over the candidate names for Senate elections Separately, Sattar said that party leaders who were part of the "illegal" meeting wherein they decided to suspend party leader Kamran Tessori from the party?s central decision-making body and revoke his party membership for six months, have been suspended and any decision they made rescinded until the general workers meeting scheduled today. Meanwhile, MQM-P leader Aamir Khan has called a Raabita Committee meeting today ? to be chaired by Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui ? at its Bahadurabad party office. Earlier, Sattar in his address to media late night, Sattar said the party members were invited to Bahadurabad using his name and under false pretence. "The Rabita Committee members who held a meeting and spoke to the media? this was a violation of the party rules and code of conduct. According to the party?s constitution, if I, as the convener, had ordered against holding this meeting, then it was illegal and unconstitutional." 'Sattar bhai remains our convener' The party meeting ended in chaos as Sattar and senior leader Amir Khan disagreed with each other over the names of candidates for the Senate elections. Following the disagreement, Sattar and his supporters left the Bahadurabad venue for his residence in PIB Colony amid chants in the party chief's favour. "Kamran Tessori bhai is not a member of Rabita Committee anymore but Farooq Sattar bhai remains our convener," Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui announced, adding that Tessori "has also been suspended from the party for six months". Siddiqui said the Rabita Committee had recommended six names for the Senate elections ? Nasreen Jalil, Farogh Nasim, Aminul Haque, Shabbir Qaimkhani, Amir Khan, and Kamran Tessori ? but Sattar insisted on "sacrificing two other leaders" to ensure Tessori's seat in the upper house of Parliament. He was flanked by Waseem Akhtar, Faisal Sazbwari, Amir Khan, and other senior leaders at the press conference. The Rabita Committee had accepted several of the party convener's wishes, Siddiqui said, noting that party workers would not let them go ahead with Tessori's nomination for the Senate seat. A gold trader by profession, Tessori is a former member of the Pakistan Muslim League-Functional (PML-F) who joined MQM-P last year and quickly rose to prominence. He also contested the PS-114 by-election for MQM-P against the Pakistan Peoples Party's (PPP) Saeed Ghani but lost.
  6. KARACHI: Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Saqib Nisar will hear several cases related to public welfare today. The chief justice will separately hear the appeal of civil society activists against the Sindh High Court's order directing a retrial in the Shahzeb Khan murder case. Read: CJP constitutes larger bench to hear Shahzeb murder case appeal The public welfare cases involve the sale of substandard packaged milk, provision of unsafe drinking water, state of public hospitals and traffic blockades due to VIP movement. Clean drinking water On December 23, 2017, Chief Justice Nisar remarked that the provision of clean drinking water is the responsibility of the Sindh government. He was hearing the water pollution case at the Karachi Registry. Poor public healthcare, state of medical colleges The chief justice has also taken suo motu notice of the condition of government hospitals in Karachi and traffic blockades on public roads due to VVIP movement. During a hearing of the water contamination case in December, the chief justice asked how many medical colleges of the province have 500-bed hospitals near them and also, if the hospitals operating in the province were associated with the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council. CJ takes notice of condition of Karachi hospitals, road blockades due to VVIP movement All medical superintendents have been directed to appear before apex court on Jan 13, along with detailed report on hospitals' condition Regarding the poor state of public healthcare in Karachi, the chief justice summoned all the medical superintendents to appear before the Karachi Registry on January 13 (today). The chief justice also directed the medical superintendents to bring a detailed report on the availability of medical equipment and emergency wards' machinery. Details on the availability of required qualified doctors and nursing staff were also summoned. The medical superintendents have been directed to appear in person as well. Meanwhile, the chief justice also took notice of admissions issues in private medical colleges in Sindh and sought a report from the relevant authorities, along with summons for personal appearance of the CEOs and owners of private medical colleges in Karachi. Road blockades Justice Nisar also summoned reports from the relevant authorities on the blockade of public roads for VVIPs' movement. CJP takes notice of sale of substandard packaged milk Supreme Court to hear matter in Karachi Registry on Saturday: SC registrar Packaged milk Later, on January 11, Chief Justice Nisar took notice of the sale of substandard packaged milk. According to a notification by the Supreme Court registrar, the chief justice would hold a public hearing on the case on Saturday (today) at its Karachi Registry. The chief justice, in the Lahore Registry, is already hearing the matter of sale of unsafe milk in Punjab as part of its suo motu notice on public welfare issues, which include the state of medical colleges as well.
  7. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/dc1c28f887d3e9488658afc9488ff397.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MS8zLzIwMTggMjowNzowNCBQTSZoYXNoX3ZhbHVlPUJNYjZiYjQ2NFJwUDMxdkorWXlQNUE9PSZ2YWxpZG1pbnV0ZXM9NjAmaWQ9MQ== style=center] RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Wednesday visited the North Waziristan Agency and was briefed on the current security situation in the region, said a statement from the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). The army chief was also briefed regarding the rehabilitation of temporarily displaced persons (TDPs) and the progress of socio-economic development projects in the area. Army chief visiting the newly constructed forts. -ISPR General Bajwa visited the newly constructed border forts and the fencing installed in the agency and appreciated the efforts of the troops deployed in the region for their speedy and quality work for border security measures. On arrival, the chief of army staff was received by General Officer Commanding Miranshah and laid a wreath at the martyrs's monument, added ISPR. Lieutenant General Khalid Nazir Butt, Commander Peshawar Corps was present during the visit
  8. As a child, Jeff Bezos lived with his grandparents but he was toubled by one thing there. His grandmother smoked a lot of cigarettes and he could not bear that smell. Somewhere from an advertisement, he got to know that a puff a cigarette could lose you 2 minutes of your life. So, one day Jeff decided to do the calculation for his grandmother and went on to tell her exactly that. He told his grandmother that by smoking cigarettes she had reduced her life by 9 years. To this, he had expected an appreciation for his smart mathematical skills but instead, his grandmother started crying. That day his grandfather called him and spoke to him these golden words,”It is harder to be kind than clever”. That lesson stayed with Jeff forever and he firmly believed his grandfather's wise words. © Hongkiat Jeff says cleverness is a gift and kindness is a choice. He says when you are 80-years-old and in a quiet moment of reflection narrating the most personal version of your life's story, it should compact and meaningful. It will be the series of choices you have made. In the end, we are but a congregation of our choices, so build yourself a great story. © Princeton University In another instance when Jeff decided to quit his job and shared his idea of selling books online with his then boss. When he approaced him, his boss said, “It is a very good idea Jeff but it would be an even better idea for someone who already did not have a very good job.” He asked Jeff to think about it for next 48 hours. The rest is history as Amazon is all over the interne now. Jeff says that you should be asking yourself these basic questions: Will inertia be your guide or will you follow your passion? Will you choose a life of ease or a life of service and adventure? Will you follow a dogma or will you choose to be original? When it's tough, will you give up or will you be relentless? Will you be a cynic or will you be a builder? Will you be clever at the expense of others or will you be kind? You can watch his complete speech below:
  9. Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi will chair the concluding session ISLAMABAD: A three-day conference of selected Pakistani envoys got underway here on Tuesday for brainstorming on important foreign policy issues. The participants are discussing potential strengths of the country?s foreign policy and options available in view of the geo-political and regional situation. The new US policy on Afghanistan war and the challenges arising as a result of the revised approach, and the Kashmir issue are among the matters to be discussed in the moot. Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif addressed the opening session of the conference, while PM Abbasi is set to chair the concluding session of the moot.
  10. If you're even a little bit in the know when it comes to the electronic music scene in India, you would know that Nawed Khan, a.k.a Browncoat, remains a prominent name in the scene. In fact, his name is generally mentioned with the likes of Nikhil Chinapa when we talk about filtering in a dance music scene that has had the international biggies looking at us. Nawed has been around for more than a decade, along with his peers, Nikhil and Pearl Chinapa and so, has a cohesive viewpoint on what has been and what is when it comes to EDM in India. © Satellite Beach “Growing up in a modest home in Mumbai I wasn't exposed to much international music let alone the niche of electronic music. When I did discover dance music in my school years, it felt like you were connected to a world beyond your immediate surrounding and the ordinary,” Nawed reminisces about an era that was pre-internet; when each track that you got your hands on was coveted, special and worth locking away in a safe. Nawed Khan became the ‘go-to' guy for the most coveted tracks and records that one could never find anywhere else. As we speak, he talks about the music he's listening to at the moment—the crowd rendition of Queen's ‘Bohemian Rhapsody' from the interlude at the Green Day concert in London (“I've been listening to this one on repeat and the video is hauntingly beautiful too”, he informs), London Grammar - Oh Man, Tensnake - 1975, Dee Montero - Halcyon, Oxia - Domino (Frankey & Sandrino Remix), Nick Curly - Second Lick and Marconi Union - Ginza District. © Nawed Khan Nawed has a very specific skill set when it comes to digging out the most incredible music you may never find. And that's pretty much how Nawed Khan became the DJ he is today—with knowledge and experience of an art and trade that was a lot like learning to wield a weapon, and nothing less than carving a road through a dense forest. He's part of a league that will remain untouchable in the Indian music scene. He's the silent strength of the Indian electronic music scene—back when it was just taking root; and even today, when it's spreading its branches. © Satellite Beach “A long, long time ago, there used to be a struggle, a constant struggle between the DJs, the club owners and the dance floor as India wasn't always the haven it is right now for dance music,” he tells me. “Bollywood was so hardwired in our day to day media that people weren't open to any alternative sound.” Though there was a very strong movement around Psychedelic Trance, Nawed says that there wasn't much in terms of international dance music if you excluded Backstreet Boys, Boney M and the Vengaboys. And he reiterates that it took a collective effort from a lot of people to get us where we are at this proud podium. “There is genuine understanding of music and its genre nuances, people are following artists beyond what's blaring on the Billboard charts or the sponsored Facebook ads. I couldn't be happier that we as a country are on the global map of dance music,” he quips. © Satellite Beach When Nawed met his now close-almost-family-friends, Pearl and Nikhil Chinapa, they had just started DJ-ing. “They were looking for a couple of tracks and I happened to have them,” Nawed reveals. “Our love for the music is the bond that has lasted nearly two decades and I owe where I stand today to these two and the music.” And it is that very love that has taken Nawed across the globe, sharing his music at prominent music festivals—with friends, families, audiences and artists, alike. He's seen music festivals evolve over the years and in his opinion, while each festival takes pride in their curation, not every festival you go to stays the same over the years. Awakenings at ADE (Amsterdam Dane Event) tops his repetition list because, according to Nawed, it's a place where the entire dance music fraternity from India congregates and has been doing so for the past five years. “It's nice to catch up with friends whom you don't get much of a chance to hang out with in India because our work schedules are so heavily conflicting,” he adds. Back home, Nawed talks about the fairly new Satellite Beach festival in Goa, that has become one of the increasingly talked about dance music festivals in the country. “The earthy, analog feel of the entire setup and the focus on alternative music along with the most beautiful location in Goa makes it stand tall,” he reasons. © Satellite Beach Needless to say, Nawed is a music festival regular, standing backstage, enjoying the reverie that becomes of the music, the audience and the energy in that moment. “Although, I really wish people would limit the amount of time they take in capturing the moment on their cell phones,” he opines. You can call it an old school of thought, if you'd like; but, in just one sentence, Nawed reminds us of the reason why we attend music festivals to begin with—the music and the energy; nothing less of that. “One, or two pictures, or videos is fine; but, then get back to what you're there for, to enjoy the music and absorb the euphoric energy of being one with so many people who are there for the same reason,” he says. © Satellite Beach At the moment, Nawed has been dabbling in different things. And while one of the most prominent of those things happens to be his music, the other is his homegrown t-shirt label, called Music Matters, in collaboration with Radical Paradox—which is basically, another ode to his love for music. The inspiration behind the label is his devotion to one of EDM's living legends; Eric Prydz who, he confesses has a role to play in the creation of his clothing label. It goes back to Tomorrowland 2013 where the words ‘Reach out and touch faith' were flashing on a giant LED wall behind Eric Prydz. “These five words from Depeche Mode's “Personal Jesus” stayed with me well after my return to reality and back home in India,” he reveals. “Very rarely have I felt the need to wear an emotion on a T-shirt before this, and this is where the idea of Music Matters seeded from.” © Music Matters Aside from Prydz, Nawed is deeply influenced by artists that range from Axwell to Adriatique; and from Survive's Kyle Dixon to Michael Stein. “I was heavily influenced by Junior Jack, Kid Creme, Daft Punk and Axwell in the early part of my career and now, that list includes the likes of Solomun, H.O.S.H, Joris Voorn, Eric Sneo, Sezer Uysal, Jerome Isma-Ae and Patrice Baumel to list a few,” he tells us. Nawed has just signed his new track to Extra Dry Records UK; this is his second release with the label. “I've experimented with a new style on this one and I'm looking forward to sharing it with everyone,” he says. His clothing line has gone online as well and has garnered a following of its own. The collection that Nawed says is his homage to music and lyrics that have defined dance music for generations, has chartered its own course. So, what's he left to chase after this? “I'd love to play a set comprising of just my own productions, from start to end. I'm working towards this and releasing a lot more music, hoping this little dream sees the light of night soon.” Godspeed, Browncoat.
  11. ISLAMABAD: Adviser to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has said issuing of stay by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in interim case of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav is not something extraordinary. In an interview, he said courts sometimes grant such orders which do not have any bearing on long-term running of the case. Sartaj Aziz said it is wrong impression that the selection of counsel was not appropriate. He said the matter of consular access was not included in operational order of the court. Adviser to Prime Minister said our stance is that security reasons are also very important. The ICJ, earlier, ordered Pakistan to halt the execution of the Indian spy until a final decision is reached. "Pakistan shall take all measures at its disposal to ensure that Jadhav is not executed pending the final decision in these proceedings," ordered Judge Ronny Abraham, president of the court, as he announced the decision. The ICJ rejected Pakistan's stance and stated that the court had jurisdiction and would hear the case and seek arguments from both parties. Judge Abraham stated that the ICJ had prima facie jurisdiction under Article 1 of the Optional Protocol to the Vienna Convention. The court further observed that the existence of a 2008 bilateral agreement on consular relations between India and Pakistan does not change its conclusion on the issue of jurisdiction. “Pakistan shall inform the court of all measures taken in implementation of the present order. The court also decides that, until it has given its final decision, it shall remain seised of the matters which form the subject-matter of this order,” the order stated Explaining its reasoning, the court began by establishing that based on the initial facts, it has jurisdiction over the case. Reacting to the decision, Foreign Office Spokesman Nafees Zakaria said that no institution can be a party when it comes to the country’s national security. The FO spokesman said that the decision to challenge the jurisdiction of the ICJ was taken after consultation with all the institutions and agencies. The FO has also requested access to Indian spy Jadhav’s accomplices. Zakaria said that India did not give a positive response to Pakistan’s request regarding access to Jadhav’s accomplices.
  12. Sartaj Aziz - File Photo ISLAMABAD: Adviser to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has said issuing of stay by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the interim case of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav is not something extraordinary. In an interview, he said courts sometimes grant such orders which do not have any bearing on the long-term running of the case. Sartaj Aziz said it is the wrong impression that selection of counsel was not appropriate. He said the matter of consular access was not included in the operational order of the court. Adviser to Prime Minister said our stance is that security reasons are also very important. Sartaj Aziz speaks to Geo News The ICJ, earlier, ordered Pakistan to halt the execution of the Indian spy until a final decision is reached. "Pakistan shall take all measures at its disposal to ensure that Jadhav is not executed pending the final decision in these proceedings," ordered Judge Ronny Abraham, president of the court, as he announced the decision. The ICJ rejected Pakistan's stance and stated that the court had jurisdiction and would hear the case and seek arguments from both parties. Judge Abraham stated that the ICJ had prima facie jurisdiction under Article 1 of the Optional Protocol to the Vienna Convention. The court further observed that the existence of a 2008 bilateral agreement on consular relations between India and Pakistan does not change its conclusion on the issue of jurisdiction. ?Pakistan shall inform the court of all measures taken in implementation of the present order. The court also decides that, until it has given its final decision, it shall remain seised of the matters which form the subject-matter of this order,? the order stated Explaining its reasoning, the court began by establishing that based on the initial facts, it has jurisdiction over the case. ICJ stays execution of Indian spy Jadhav pending final decision Pakistan shall take all measures to ensure Jadhav isn't executed till court's final decision: ICJ Full text of Kulbhushan Jadhav confessional statement Following is the full text of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav confessional statement which recorded voluntarily ?My name is Commander Kulbhushan Jadhav and I am the serving officer of Indian... Reacting to the decision, Foreign Office Spokesman Nafees Zakaria said that no institution can be a party when it comes to the country?s national security. The FO spokesman said that the decision to challenge the jurisdiction of the ICJ was taken after consultation with all the institutions and agencies. The FO has also requested access to Indian spy Jadhav?s accomplices. Zakaria said that India did not give a positive response to Pakistan?s request regarding access to Jadhav?s accomplices.
  13. Little kids who have a consistent bedtime routine and limited screen time may get better at regulating their emotions, a recent study suggests. That could be one reason they have a lower risk of childhood obesity than peers with erratic schedules who watch lots of television, the authors say. While excessive screen time and insufficient sleep have long been linked to obesity in adults, the current study offers fresh insight into why these connections may hold true even in early childhood, researchers note in the International Journal of Obesity. Kids who had better emotional regulation at age 3 were less likely to be obese by age 11 than children who weren't as good at controlling their feelings and impulses, the study found. "We found that 3-year-old children who had household routines around bedtimes, mealtimes and screen time were more likely to also have better emotion regulation," said lead study author Sarah Anderson, a public health researcher at Ohio State University in Columbus. "Both lack of a regular bedtime and poor emotion regulation increased risk for later obesity," Anderson said by email. "These two factors were independent of each other; the link between bedtimes and obesity could not be explained away by a child's inability to regulate their emotions," she noted. For the study, researchers analysed data on 10,955 kids born in the UK from 2000 to 2002, including parents' descriptions of household routines and children's behaviour at age 3 as well as measurements of kids' height and weight at age 11. By age 11, about 6 percent of the kids were obese. When they were 3 years old, 41 percent of children always had a regular bedtime, 47 percent always had a regular mealtime and 23 percent were limited to no more than an hour of television or video-watching time daily. All of these things were linked to better emotional regulation, the study found. The preschoolers had average emotional regulation scores of 2 out of a possible 5 points. And each one-point decline in emotional regulation at age 3 was associated with 38 percent higher odds of obesity by age 11. At the same time, inconsistent bedtimes at age 3 were independently associated with 87 percent greater likelihood of obesity by age 11. Fewer than one in 10 kids had inconsistent mealtimes, and children who always had a consistent meal routine were more likely than other kids to also always have regular bedtimes. Researchers expected to find irregular mealtimes associated with obesity as well, but they found the opposite. Children who rarely if ever had regular mealtimes at age 3 were less likely to be obese by age 11. The study isn't a controlled experiment designed to prove how routines or emotional regulation directly influence the risk of obesity in kids. The focus on children born over just a few years in the UK also means the findings might not represent what would happen for kids born at different times in other places, the authors note. Still, the results highlight the health benefits of regular bedtimes, said Dr Sujay Kansagra, a pediatric sleep researcher at Duke University School of Medicine in Durham, North Carolina. "Of course, it's also very likely that the same parents that are able to implement schedules and routines have better self-regulation themselves," Kansagra, who wasn't involved in the study, said by email. "Therefore, their children may also benefit, either by modeling their behaviour or due to a genetic predisposition."
  14. LAHORE: Speaker National Assembly Ayaz Sadiq on Thursday said that the official matters are not carried out through tweets — in a reference to the matter of Dawn Leaks — adding that the issue needs to be resolved instead of making it more complicated. The NA speaker was addressing party workers in Lahore. He said that whatever transpired regarding the issue of Dawn Leaks was inappropriate. The assembly would complete its tenure and the elections would be held on time, he said. Referring to the Pakistan Peoples Party protest campaign in Lahore, he said that loadshedding has been reduced and the power projects are quickly reaching completion. “There’s a huge difference between today’s Pakistan and that of 2013,” said Sadiq. He said that Imran Khan and Asif Zardari holding rallies is not a new thing as it’s a part of the election campaign. “The next elections would be based on performance,” said the NA speaker. Earlier, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had approved the recommendations of the Inquiry committee made to probe the Dawn Leaks, ordering the withdrawal of Fatemi's portfolio and sanctioning Rao Tehseen Ali, the principal information officer at the Information Ministry. The PM also ordered that the editor of Dawn Newspaper, Zaffar Abbas, and reporter Cyril Almeida would be referred to the All Pakistan Newspaper Association (APNS) “for necessary disciplinary action.” The DG ISPR shortly after the PM's order, had tweeted that the Pakistan Army rejected the government's notification, saying it was "incomplete and not in line with recommendations by the Inquiry Board." The English-language daily, Dawn, had published the story on October 6, last year, in which journalist Cyril Almeida had written about an alleged civil-military rift during a National Security Committee (NSC) meeting over the issue of tackling jihadi outfits.
  15. The power of spirituality is unmatched when it comes to finding peace and solace in a distorted world. The celebs in particular apparently need to channel their inner positivity when it comes to remaining sane. Miley Cyrus, it seems like, has all of that figured out. ?✌️️?✌️️?✌️️?✌️️ A photo posted by Miley Cyrus (@mileycyrus) on Feb 2, 2017 at 1:06pm PST So while the entire America was glued to the Super Bowl, Miley was not in attendance. She was at her place, performing a ‘Laxmi puja’. #FruitBowl over Super...... ????? #offering A photo posted by Miley Cyrus (@mileycyrus) on Feb 5, 2017 at 8:01pm PST She has been religiously inclined for a while and this side of hers has taken people by surprise, but in a positive way. ❤️PUJA ❤️ A photo posted by Miley Cyrus (@mileycyrus) on Feb 5, 2017 at 4:56pm PST With Trump wearing the Presidential crown, seems like everyone needs a dose of spirituality in their lives. Here’s sending all the positive vibes to Miley.
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