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“Our action is based on the Supreme Court order in the Laxmi Narain Modi vs Union of India case and also the May 12, the American Medical Association (AMA) and the World Health Organisation (WHO) recommend breastfeeding as the best choice for babies. ? “Saudi govt has begun giving exit visas to Saad group workers. veterans of the BJP in politically crucial Uttar Pradesh have started to pitch themselves for specific Lok Sabha seats, To find out, I want to take it in a different direction,” Despite the famed actress’s remarks, looking at mammals across the board might mask the special features of primate evolution. All the same Petr Komers an ecologist at the University of Calgary in Canada and leading proponent of the female range hypothesis for social monogamy says he finds the authors’ conclusions that infanticide was “the only possible driver to monogamy a bit surprising” Komers’s own studies like Clutton-Brock’s found that among mammals the highest correlation was between social monogamy and species whose females stayed put in limited ranges “Monogamy does evolve in species where infanticide is unlikely” Komers notes such as in ungulates or hoofed mammals Thus no one factor is the “silver bullet” driving monogamy Komers says and researchers should be looking for an interplay of multiple explanationsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Published: December 3 2016 1:12 am Choices: Inside the Making of India’s Foreign Policy Top News Book Name- Choices: Inside the Making of India’s Foreign Policy Author- Shivshankar Menon Publisher- Penguin Random House Pages- 224 Price- 599 Shivshankar Menon is arguably one of the most sophisticated diplomats of a generation that had the extraordinary opportunity to reinvent India’s external engagement Menon’s cohort joined the Indian diplomatic corps in the late 1960s and early 1970s when India’s relative economic and political weight in the world began to diminish As India’s economic deglobalisation took hold and its foreign policy became too rigid in the 1970s the space for Indian diplomacy began to shrink By the time Menon came into policy making positions at the turn of the 1990s the Cold War had ended and Delhi was compelled to embark on economic liberalisation As the structural change in the international environment and the reorientation of India’s economic strategy combined to present new foreign policy imperatives for South Block Menon’s cohort was at the front and centre of the recalibration of Indian diplomacy Strategic sensibility intellectual clarity and bureaucratic skills lent Menon a formidable reputation His interlocutors at home and abroad have seen Menon as thoughtful and decisive He was not burdened by the mantras of the past for he could see the difference between the enduring and the transient from the perspective of India’s national interest Menon focused on outcomes and getting things done within the political and institutional constraints that he faced His reflections after retirement on Indian diplomacy therefore have generated great interest His first book Choices will remain essential reading for anyone interested in the evolution of contemporary India’s foreign policy Menon demands close reading for he is very un-Indian in his precision with words and economy in argument The book is not a memoir It is a discussion of some of India’s foreign policy choices after the Cold War that he was involved in He was in Tokyo when Delhi was desperately looking east for financial support for macroeconomic stabilisation and political rehabilitation in Asia Menon then took charge of the China desk in the foreign office and went on to become India’s envoy to Israel Sri Lanka Beijing and Pakistan During the decade-long UPA rule Menon served as India’s top diplomat and national security adviser with an extraordinary impact on India’s international relations at an important juncture Menon picks five important themes in separate chapters for discussion: the pacification of the border with China the negotiation of the nuclear deal with the United States coping with Pakistan’s cross-border terrorism the Sri Lankan civil war and the evolution of India’s nuclear doctrine In each case Menon lays out the context discusses the choices that Delhi had to make and the broader lessons from those decisions This framework gives the reader a panoramic view as well as the granular texture of each issue area Menon’s clear prose and command of the essential detail makes each account riveting Even more important Menon successfully captures the melancholy of modern statecraft In the effort to minimise harm and maximise gains Menon says “whether you succeed or not is never apparent at the moment nor is necessarily clear subsequently Politics is a process without clear mathematical solutions or distinctions between right and wrong true or false black or white” For some this might be too cynical for others too detached; but that is the nature of decision-making in the fog of political uncertainty insufficient information and the rush of events Menon caps the book with a valuable reflection on India’s international destiny its strategic culture and the kind of great power it might become He also offers insights into the emerging constraints on statecraft in the modern era Deeply rewarding as Menon’s account is it is not easy to be persuaded by his central thesis about India’s foreign policy: that Delhi has been “strategically bold and tactically cautious” It is possible to argue that Delhi has tended to change too slowly over the decades And that it has not been able to seize the opportunities that came its way especially in the last decade Menon does hint at the “roads not taken” in India-Pakistan relations He points to India’s “didactic” and “persnickety” negotiating style that nearly derailed the historic civil nuclear initiative with the United States Menon points to systemic factors like weak institutionalisation that make it hard to implement bold policy initiatives But he holds back from a discussion of the strategic ambivalence of the Indian political class on both the left and the right that has often prevented Delhi from actively embracing change As a result pragmatists like Menon had to deploy their skills at ensuring minimal progress amidst internal constraints rather than widening the arc of India’s external possibilities over the last quarter of a century That experience it would seem makes strategic caution quite central to Menon’s own worldview Menon warns Delhi against embracing ambitions of becoming a traditional great power and forgetting the priority of domestic transformation He would like to see Delhi stick to the realpolitik of George Washington Bismarck and Deng Xiaoping rather than prematurely assert its power and come to grief like Germany and Japan in the first half of the 20th century But as India’s generational transition unfolds its new leadership might not be tied down by the hesitations of history that made Delhi very risk averse in the past It may not want to buy the proposition that internal priorities must always precede the external It might believe bolder foreign policy choices are critical for accelerating India’s internal transformation It might also want Menon’s successors in the South Block to seek a different balance between strategic risk and political reward Menon’s cohort helped Delhi overcome the widespread self-doubt on India’s external prospects at the turn of the 1990s and elevated India’s international standing Menon’s successors one hopes are as smart and raise Delhi’s game amidst the new external possibilities that beckon it and persistent internal vacillations that hold it back The writer is director Carnegie India Delhi and consulting editor on foreign affairs for The Indian Express For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Panchkula | Published: December 9 2009 12:48 am Related News For the second time on a trotManav Mangal SchoolSector 11Panchkulaclaimed the 43rd Haryana State Inter District and Open Table Tennis Championship held at Jagadhari The team won the cadet girls’ team championship (Under 12) and girls’ team championship (Under 17) titles Three out of four paddlers in each team were from the Manav Mangal School In cadet girls’ team championship (Under 12)Kanchi Gupta and Radhika of Manav Mangal guided Panchkula Table Tennis team towards the team championshipwhile the members of the winning girls’ team (under -17) were AnuAasthaKomal (all from MMS) and Meghna Meanwhilein cadet boys’ singles (Under 12)Shashwat Somani of Manav Mangal Schoolbecame Haryana champion Anu Sainialso from the same schooldespite being unseeded in the championshipreached the final but lost to top seed Pallavi Rana of Sonepat in the sub-junior girls’ team (Under 14) In cadet girls’ singles (under 12)Kanchi Gupta (MMS) bagged a silver medal Result:Cadet Girls Team Championship (U-12): Final: Panchkula bt Bhiwani by 3-0 (Kanchi(MMS pkl) bt Manya(Bhiwani) by 11-711-910-1211-7Radhika(MMS pkl) bt Tanya(Bhiwani) by 11-811-811-1310-1211-7Kanchi and Radhika (MMS Pkl) bt Manya and Tanya (Bhiwani) by 11-911-711-8); Girls Team Championship (U-17) : Final : Panchkula bt Gurgaon by 3-0 (Anu (MMS Pkl) bt Saayna (GGN) by 11-99-1110-1211-811-7; Meghna (MMS Pkl) bt Pragati (GGN) by 11-711-611-8; Anu and Meghna (MMS Pkl) bt Saayna and Pragati (GGN) by 11-911-913-11) For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New York | Published: September 15 2011 1:13 pm Top News For some people with troublesomeunexplained body odoran uncommon genetic disorder once known as fish-odor syndrome may be to blameaccording to a study The conditionknown clinically as trimethylaminuriais caused by emitting excessive amounts of the compound trimethylamine (TMA) TMA is produced when people digest foods rich in a substance called choline — including saltwater fisheggsliver and certain legumessuch as soy and kidney beans Individuals with the metabolic disorder trimethylaminuria may sporadically produce malodors despite good hygienewrote study leader Paul Wiseat Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphiain the American Journal of Medicine The psychosocial impact of trimethylaminuria may be considerable Howevertrimethylaminuria is difficult to diagnose without specialized tests Trimethylaminuria is caused by defects in a gene known as FMO3which hinder the body’s ability to metabolize TMA and turn it into odor-free compounds TMA itself has a strong fishy smellbut only about 10 to 15 per cent of people with trimethylaminuria have that specific malodorwhich may make it tougher to get a diagnosis For someone to have the disorderhe or she must inherit a defective copy of the FMO3 gene from both parentswho themselves would be unaffected carriers Of courseif either of the parents had the disorderthey would also pass it on Studies in the UK have estimated that up to 1 per cent of white people carry a flawed copy of FMO3with some ethnic groups — including people from Ecuador and New Guinea — having a higher rate For the current studyWise and his colleagues looked at how often trimethylaminuria was diagnosed in patients who came to Monell seeking help for unexplainedpersistent body odor They found that about one-third of the 353 patients tested positive for trimethylaminuria Testing involves measuring the level of TMA in the urine after a person drinks a beverage with added choline Of the 118 patients who tested positivejust 35 per cent had complained of a fishy odor Far more oftenthey reported general body odorbad breath and a bad taste in the mouth Many of the patients in the study had seen several doctors and dentists before being referred to Monell for testing Some contacted the center on their own — which Wise said was the major limitation of the study So it’s unlikely that they are actually representative of all the people with unexplained body odor problemshe addedmeaning researchers cannot conclude that one-third of all such individuals have trimethylaminuria George Pretia Monell researcher who also worked on the studysaid that in their experiencethe second-most common culprit in unexplained body odor is chronic halitosisor bad breath It can be mistakenly perceived as body odorbecause the odor is projected around your body when you speak or exhale Only a few labs in the United States perform testing for the disorderbut one way to gauge on your own whether you have it or not would be to make diet changessuch as avoiding choline-rich foodsWise said If cutting out those foods improves your problemthat’s a strong clue as to the underlying causehe added For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top News Meanwhile.

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