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During the Bhagvad Gita Prerna Utsav on Sunday to celebrate 5151 years of Bhagwad Gita, external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj announced to thousands of people that June 21 will be celebrated as the International Day of Yoga. The formal announcement on the United Nations resolution will be made on December 11 but she claimed that 170 nations have supported PM Modi's call for Yoga Day. Sparking controversy, she also pressed for making Bhagwad Gita the national scripture or book.
Modi in September during his visit to New York and first UN general assembly speech had proposed for an international Yoga day because "yoga provides a holistic approach to health and well-being" and that it is "India's gift to the world."
On Sunday thousands of disciples of Swami Gyananand and Global Inspiration Enlightenment Organisation Gita that organized the mass meeting at Red Fort grounds on Sunday rejoiced at Swaraj's announcement. Swaraj said that the respect of a "national scripture" was accorded to Gita when Prime Minister Modi gifted it to US President Barack Obama during his visit in September. "Bhagwad Gita has answers to everybody's problems" and that's why she is pushing for 'Shrimad Bhagwad Gita' should be declared as the national holy book, she said.
Swaraj also linked the importance of reading Gita to preventing and treating diseases like depression. "If you even read two shlokas of the Gita everyday, you can complete a substantial part of the scripture in a year," she said urging the gathering to read the Gita regularly. The ceremony was attended by many BJP leaders like Haryana CM, Manohar Lal Khattar, culture tourism and civil aviation minister, Mahesh Sharma. There was also president of Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), Ashok Singhal, Yoga guru, Baba Ramdev, other sapiritual leaders like Shankaracharya Swami Divyanand Tirth, Rameshbhai Oza from Gujarat and others. BJP President Amit Shah had reportedly also confirmed to attend the event but didn't turn up.
Ramdev recited two shlokas from Gita, with the crowds reciting after him. He also suggested that Gita should be declared the national scripture or book of India immediately. "PM Modi has gifted the Gita to President Obama. That's a huge message. I think the time has come to declare it the national scripture," he said. Mocking children and youths who prefer fizzy drinks "Don't eat chocolate, don't drink toilet cleaners to lose weight. Just do yoga and read Gita."RSS leader Indresh Kumar said the UN should also declare Gita Divas as it is announcing June 21 as Yoga Day.
The week long celebration of 5151 years of Gita started on December 2 with a puja at the same grounds by RSS chief, Mohan Bhagwat. On Sunday several children in saffron also took a pledge to spread the message of Gita. They also reportedly pledged for the "clean India" campaign and against drug addiction in the country. About 5151 families also performed puja and recited from the Gita according to organizers. The ceremony was also attended by cardiac surgeon and head of Medanta, Dr Naresh Trehan who said that he learnt certain key principles of practicing medicine from the Gita. Ambassadors of Denmark and Montenegro were also present. Mahesh Sharma said as the minister of culture he would take up popularizing Gita like an "andolan" or revolution.
While the Red Fort grounds accommodated he large crowd, traffic outside had slowed down due to the Sunday market at Daryaganj and the crowds that poured in to listen to spiritual and political leaders at the event.
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Raising the issue of black money during the G20 Summit meeting in Brisbane, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday stated that India supports all initiatives which facilitates automatic exchange of information among nations that ultimately helps in tracing unaccounted money and its eventual repatriation.
In series of tweets, Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) official spokesperson, Syed Akbaruddin’s twitter handle revealed Prime Minister Modi’s intervention on issues of tax evasion at the G20 Summit.
“We support new global standard on automatic exchange of information. It would be instrumental in getting information at unaccounted money hoarded abroad and enable its eventual repatriation. I support all initiatives to facilitate exchange of information and mutual assistance in tax policy and administration,” Akbaruddin tweeted.
Prime Minister Modi also stressed on co-ordinated decision making in tackling the challenge of tax avoidation and profit shifting and urged nations which are tax havens to share information for tax purposes in accordance with treaty obligations.
“Need for policy coordination among major economies remains strong. Although we each have our domestic priorities, co-ordinated decisions may help us all in the long run. Increased mobility of capital and technology have created new opportunities for avoiding tax and profit shifting. Urge every jurisdiction, especially tax havens, to provide information for tax purposes in accordance with treaty obligation,” Akbaruddin's Twitter handle revealed.
"Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) system would fully address concerns of developing and developed economies,"Akbaruddin tweeted quoting Prime Minsiter Modi's speech at G20 Summit.
Akbaruddin’s twitter handle further wrote about Prime Minister Modi pointing to the growing cyber threat in addition to black money that posed a security challenge in areas like terrorism, drug trafficking and arms smuggling.
“Close coordination is important not just for also addressing the challenge of black money, but also security issues like terrorism, drug trafficking, arms smuggling. Resilience of our financial system will also depend on cyber security,” Akbaruddin further tweeted.
Earlier on Sunday Prime Minister Modi began his day by meeting German Chancellor Angela Merkel. He is slated to meet Spanish Prime Minister and also unveil a Gandhi statue among others later in the day.
On Saturday, Prime Minister Modi had a packed schedule, meeting leaders of BRICS, and having one-on-one interactions with leaders from France, Canada and Saudi Arabia.
During his meetings with BRICS leaders, Prime Minister Modi reiterated his priority of repatriating black money deposited by indians in foreign banks, and also underlined the need for fast tracking the establishment of a BRICS development bank.
Prime Minister Modi was accorded a red-carpet welcome by his Australian counterpart Tony Abbott upon his arrival at the Queensland Parliament for the G20 Summit. He also met with the U.S. President Barack Obama.
After attending the G20 Summit in Brisbane, Prime Minister Modi is scheduled to travel to Sydney, where he will attend a reception organized by and for the Indian Diaspora.
Prime Minister Modi will then travel to Canberra and address the special joint sitting of the Australian Parliament on November 18. He will also address an Indian community event in Melbourne before travelling to Fiji.
from : http://www.hindustantimes.com
A daily handful of walnuts may stave off prostate cancer, according to new research. Scientists have found diets rich in the nut, or its oil, slowed tumour growth in mice. They also reduced cholesterol and increased sensitivity to the hormone insulin which helps prevent diabetes.
Walnuts are a ‘superfood’ naturally high in a host of health boosting chemicals, including omega-3 fatty acids, and have already been shown to protect against breast cancer and heart disease. The latest findings showed they cut levels of the hormone IGF-1, which has been implicated in both prostate and breast cancer. Dr Paul Davis, of the University of California at Davis, said: ‘For years, the United States government has been on a crusade against fat, and I think it has been to our detriment. ‘Walnuts are a perfect example. While they are high in fat, their fat does not drive prostate cancer growth.
‘In fact, walnuts do just the opposite when fed to mice.’ Some 35,000 Britons are diagnosed with it each year, and 10,000 die. The new study, published in the Journal of Medicinal Food, was aimed at finding out if the beneficial properties were unique to walnuts, or whether it was a particular ingredient such as omega-3 fatty acids found in other foods.
The mice were fed whole walnuts, walnut oil or a walnut like fat for 18 weeks. While the two former reduced cholesterol and slowed prostate cancer growth, in contrast, the latter did not have these effects, proving other nut components caused the improvements. Dr Davis said: ‘We showed it is not the omega-3s by themselves, though, it could be a combination of the omega-3s with whatever else is in the walnut oil.
‘It is becoming increasingly clear in nutrition it is never going to be just one thing, it is always a combination.’ While the study did not pinpoint which combination of compounds in walnuts slows cancer growth, it did rule out fibre, zinc, magnesium and selenium. In addition, the research demonstrated walnuts modulate several mechanisms associated with cancer growth.
The Shaukeens is a story of three oldies - KD, Lali and Pinki. These lusty old men plan a trip to Mauritius after it becomes difficult, rather life-threatening for them to get some action in Delhi.
In Mauritius the trio stay with a young fashion designer Ahana (Lisa Haydon). Ahana, a huge Akshay Kumar fan, is nursing a broken heart.
Akshay Kumar (playing himself), is an alcoholic superstar desperately wanting to win the National Award. He is stuck between a Bengali director who gives him tips on method-acting and a secretary, hell bent on getting his superstar boss focus on Rs.200-cr club.
Rang Rasiya is a biopic based on a novel of the infamous, avant-garde 19th century painter Raja Ravi Verma. Infamous because he was all too easy with his physical affection in a time of puritan values and scandalously (for the time) gave faces to the the Gods he painted. Avant-garde because he had the guts to invest every last penny into a printing press so that the common man could own a prized painting of the Gods with a face. The story begins with a court trial where the painter is being accused of hurting religious sentiment, promoting pornography in the name of art and corrupting society. An argument we are all too familiar with 150 years later, which is scary. As the trial progresses we dip in and out of Raja Ravi Verma's life and his many loves starting in Kilimanoor in Kerala and spreading to Bombay and Baroda.
She enjoys star status in filmdom, but Priyanka Chopra says she missed having a guiding light in her journey. Now as a producer the former beauty queen plans to promote fresh talent.
She calls herself a "baby producer", but the 32-year-old wants to launch new talent in the film world with small, but good projects.
Talking about a producer's role, Priyanka told IANS: "I didn't know I was going to produce films. I want to do make small movies and introduce new talent."
Kareena Kapoor believes in "feeling of love" which, she feels, can happen between two people regardless of caste, creed, or religion. Therefore, the actress doesn't relate to the concept of "Love Jihad" and says that she never believed in such theories.
"I believe only in the feeling of love," Kareena, who is married to actor-filmmaker Saif Ali Khan, told IANS when asked about Love Jihad, which is allegedly a Muslim project of luring Hindu girls into marriage and religious conversion.
"Saif has a very broad perspective and he also shared his perspective on 'Love Jihad' (via an open letter). He married a Hindu, which is me, and we had a civil marriage," said the actress.
Australia Test great and former India coach Greg Chappell has dismissed Sachin Tendulkar's contention that he wanted Rahul Dravid removed as captain in the months leading up to the 2007 Cricket World Cup.
"The claims made in Sachin's new book were brought to my attention earlier today," Chappell told cricket.com.au.
"Whilst I don't propose to get into a war of words, I can state quite clearly that during my time as Indian coach I never contemplated Sachin replacing Rahul Dravid as captain.
"I was therefore very surprised to read the claims made in the book."