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514 votes Wanjale got 78,Gucci,was as productive as possible,or who will get what amount of money, said the officer In another casethe Charkop police last week booked a 45-year-old cancer patientHarsha Mehtafor allegedly selling a flat in Kandivli using forged documents to one Sunil Patel According to Patels complaintshe had hidden the fact that she had taken a loan of Rs 65 lakh on the flat and was yet to repay it For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Lucknow | Published: September 23 2010 1:03 pm Related News Though the Supreme Court deferred the Ayodhya verdict by at least a weeksecurity remains stepped up in Uttar Pradesh and other states Additional companies of Central Reserved Police Force (CRPF) have been deployed in and around the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court and a heavy contingent of police led by senior officers carried out an inspection late Wednesday nightofficials said here Close circuit televisions have been installed at all gates of the Lucknow Bench The security at both Allahabad and Lucknow Benches of the High Court has been stepped up keeping in view of the judgementsources said For security of Lucknow Bench of the High Courta Superintendent of Policesix Additional SP22 Deputy SP144 sub inspectors104 head constables807 constables and two companies of PAC (about 200 personnel) have been deployed This is in addition to central forces like CRPF and RAFthey said Similarlyfor Allahabad HCtwo ASPs16 DSPssix inspectors30 sub-inspectors200 constablesfour companies of PAC has been deployed On the administrative frontsix additional district magistrates and 20 SDMs have been posted in Lucknowwhile an ADM and 15 SDMs have been posted in Allahabad to keep an eye on the situation Security of the three High Court judges had already been beefed up in view of the Ayodhya verdict “One platoon of PAC (about 20 personnel)five CRPF personnel have been deployed at the residence of all the three judgesan escort and pilot car and one PSO each have also been provided to them” a senior officer said A Deputy SP rank officer has been made in-charge of the judges securityhe added Sources said that security had also been stepped in Ayodhya and Faizabad and the CRPF had been given charge of the disputed site Borders with adjoining Nepal and Uttarakhand have been sealed and a strict vigil was being maintained Strict vigil is being maintained on the border adjoining the neighbouring country to ward off anti-national elements from crossing over and creating any problemIG Bareilly Gurbachan Lal said The security forces had already staged flag marches in all the sensitive places and districtsincluding AyodhyaVaranasi and Mathurain the state and prohibitory orders had been issuedsources said Police carried out an extensive checking drive at cyber cafesshopping mallspublic placeshotels and guest houses in Lucknow to check movement of anti-social elements Hospitals and para-medical staff have been put on alert and the government doctors have been directed not to leave their headquarters AMU appeals for peace The Aligarh Muslim University has issued an appeal to religious communities to maintain peace and communal harmony A resolution was passed at a meeting of the Teachers Association on Thursday requesting members of both the communities ‘not to endanger the communal harmonypolitical stabilityeconomic prosperity of the nation at this critical juncture’ “It is our bounden duty to respect the judgement of the honourable High Court whether it goes for or against us” Jamshed SiddiqueSecretary of the AMU Staff Associationsaid at the occasion He also iterated that the entire AMU community “should reaffirm its commitment for protecting the solidarity and integrity of the country at this critical juncture” The University’s Vice-Chancellor PK Abdul Azis also issued a separate appeal for communal harmony to the AMU communitycautioning them against rumour MP maintains tight vigil Madhya Pradesh Government is maintaining tight vigil to ensure peace and normalcy in the state Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is personally supervising all security arrangements in wake of the judgement slated to be pronounced tomorrow by the Allahabad High Court On Wednesdayhe did not take part in any official engagement and instead spent the day meeting officialspolice and public representatives to keep a close watch on law and order situation in the state Home Minister Umashanker Gupta has said the state government is determined to deal strictly with all those who try to disturb the situation following the judgement and arrangements were made to the lowest level to ensure peace Chouhan said in case of any incident in any districtthe Collector and the Superintendent of Police would be personally held responsible for it Educational institutions in the state are likely to remain closed tomorrow and Barkatuallah University has cancelled all examinations scheduled on September 24 Memories of what happened in many parts of Madhya Pradesh after Babri Masjid demolition in December 1992 are still fresh in the minds of people resulting in large number of rumours making roundsincluding that of curfew imposition in Bhopal from tomorrow noon Although there is no curfewprohibitory orders under section 144 of the CrPC are already in force in the state Tight security in place across Kerala In view of court verdict on Ayodhya title suitthe entire state has been put under tight vigil with deployment of rapid action forcesbomb-squad and anti-sabotage forces Instructions have been given to authorities to effect preventive arrests if necessary as precautionary measures to prevent any communal troubleState Home Minister Kodiyeri Balakrishnan told reporters here Besides the RAPbomb-squad and anti-sabotage forcespersonnel from ‘Striking Force’ also would be kept ready to deploy in case of necessityBalakrishnan said To ensure full-proof security and to prevent exploitation of the court verdict by any groupthe entire police force have been mobilisedBalakrishnan said Vigil around public placesbus-stands and railway stations have been beefed up Prohibitory orders under Kerala Police Act had been clamped in Thiruvananthapuram and Kozhikode for three-day from today District collectors have been entrusted with powers to pronounce prohibitory orders considering the security situation of respective placesBalakrishnan said In case of necessityspecial protection would be given to places of worshipBalakrishnan said Nagpur police stage flag march ahead of Ayodhya verdict Police staged a flag march in various parts of the city ahead of the verdict on Ayodhya title suits Equipped with anti-riot handling vehicles with water canonsall police officersbarring the Commissioner of PoliceAnkush Dhanvijayparticipated in the flag march The first flag march was carried out in Mominpura and was followed by another march which started from Kasturchand Park ground area Security has been beefed up in the city and district authorities have appealed for peace on the eve of verdict Andhra CM appeals to maintain peace Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister K Rosaiah appealed to the people to observe restraint and maintain peace over judgement on Ayodhya issue “Those who feel that the verdict is not in their favour can go to the Supreme Court Legal options are available to them I appeal to the people to observe restraint and maintain peace and help the government in maintaining law and order”he told reporters on the sidelines of a function here He expressed satisfaction over the peaceful conduct of the massive Ganesh idols immersionthe culmination of the Ganesh Chathurdashi festivitieson Wednesday The same spirit of friendship and harmony should be displayed over the Ayodhya verdict issue as wellhe said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New York | Published: August 23 2016 8:56 pm Infants who rated high on how quickly they could recover from crying or being distressed also were less motivated to work for food compared to non-food alternatives (Representational image) Top News Babies that seem to get upset more easily and take longer to calm down may be at higher risk for obesity according to a new study which suggests that parents should reward their infants with activities such as a trip to the playground instead of food The study also found that babies that exhibit more “cuddliness” and calm down easily are less likely at the risk of obesity “The research tells us that differences in behaviour begin as early as infancy and those differences can influence health behaviours that impact future health risks” said Kai Ling Kong from University of Buffalo in the US For the study 105 infants from nine to 18 months old were taught to press a button to earn a reward They completed the task twice and received either a piece of their favourite food as a reward or ten seconds of a non-food reward such as blowing bubbles watching a Baby Einstein DVD or hearing music Parents were instructed to say only specific phrases while the child completed the task As the task went on it became increasingly difficult for the infant to earn the reward as they had to press the button more times The amount of “work” they were willing to do was calculated by counting the number of times the child was willing to press the button to get the reward The child’s temperament was assessed through a detailed 191-question online questionnaire that parents completed “We found that infants that rated higher on what we call cuddliness – the baby’s expression of enjoyment and molding of the body to being held – had lower food reinforcement” said Kong “That means they were willing to work more for a non-food reward versus a food reward So an infant who enjoyed being held closely by a caregiver was less motivated to work for food” she said Researchers measured cuddliness by asking parents specific questions such as “when being held how often did your baby pull away or kick” and “while being fed on your lap how often did your baby snuggle even after they were done” Infants who rated high on how quickly they could recover from crying or being distressed also were less motivated to work for food compared to non-food alternatives “Using rewards other than food such as a trip to the playground or engaging in active play with their parents may help reduce the child’s tendency to find pleasure in food” said Kong “Making available a wide array of toys activities and playmates so food is not the main focus and sole source of pleasure also can be beneficial” she added The findings were published in the journal Childhood Obesity For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Jammu | Published: June 19 2009 11:06 am Related News Amarnath yatra resumed on Fridayafter it remained suspended for three days due to inclement weatherwith a batch of 1860 pilgrims leaving from here for their onward journey to the cave shrine in south Kashmir Batch comprising 1139 pilgrimsincluding sadhus619 women and 102 childrenleft in a fleet of 54 vehicles from the base camp at Bhagwati Nagar here at around 05:00 hoursofficials said The cavalcade of vehicles was escorted by security personnelthey saidadding that they had crossed Batote and were expected to reach Baltal by evening The yatra had commenced on June 15 with a batch of 900 pilgrims Ithoweverwas suspended for the last three consecutive days due to bad weather in the Kashmir valley Currentlythe authorities are allowing to visit the shrine through Baltal route as the other route from Pahalgam has not yet been fully cleared of snow For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Services | New Delhi | Published: April 13 2010 1:55 am Related News The severe heat conditions the Capital has been grappling with for the last few days are here to stay As per the India Meteorological Department (IMD)the mercury will head further northward in the coming days Delhi also recorded its highest temperature of the season on Monday at 416 degrees Celsiussix notches above normal The minimum touched 245 degrees Celsiusfive notches above normal For Tuesdaythe weatherman has predicted duststorm in the evening owing to Western Disturbance An Officer at the Safdarjung Met department said Monday was the hottest April 12 in the last five years In 2009maximum temperature on April 12 was 34 degrees Celsius while in 2008it was 37 degrees Celsius In 2005in factApril 12 was cooler at just 31 degrees Celsius An IMD official said this years April is hotter than usual All over North Indiatemperatures above normal hotter by 5-8 degrees Celsius because of lack of rain? 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