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Turkey and other places across the world. the route takes longer and costs more money.s leitmotif. died during treatment.It is very early days but it is exciting, added Curtin The study is detailed in Nature Medicine For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New York | Updated: March 9 2016 1:47 pm Previous studies have found that females are more likely to be treated at pain clinics for chronic pain and that certain painful conditions such as migraine headaches and fibromyalgia are more common in women (Source: Aqua Mechanical/Flickr) Related News Shedding new light on how differently men and women experience pain researchers including one of Indian-origin have found that women are 138 times more likely than men to report neck pain due to cervical degenerative disc disease Cervical degenerative disc disease is a common cause of neck pain Symptoms include stiff or inflexible neck burning tingling and numbness Pain is most prevalent when the patient is upright or moving the head The study by Meda Raghavendra and Joseph Holtman from Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine included 3337 patients who were treated at Loyola’s Pain Management Centre Also read: Do you frequently complain of a dreadful neck pain There are ways to get relief The findings were presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Pain Medicine in Palm Springs California US The study adds to the growing body of research on the differences in which men and women experience pain Previous studies have found that females are more likely to be treated at pain clinics for chronic pain and that certain painful conditions such as migraine headaches and fibromyalgia are more common in women Read More Various explanations have been proposed including hormonal differences and the belief that men may be less willing to report pain Raghavendra and Holtman also conducted a similar study of patients who were treated at Loyola’s Pain Management Centre for lumbosacral degenerative disc disease or lower back pain The prevalence in females was slightly higher than the prevalence in males but this difference was not statistically significant the researchers said For Lifestyle updates follow us on Facebook Twitter Google+ & Instagram For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Surabhi | Published: April 24 2014 1:05 am Related News Three weeks into the new financial year some of the states are already beginning to run into some cash crunch On Tuesday Kerala along with 10 other states collectively raised Rs 8916 crore from the market States are supposed to tap markets to raise resources through state development loans But the sum raised this time at Rs 13801 crore was nearly double than what they did in April last year Among the states Kerala Tamil Nadu Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh have already come to the market twice While Rajasthan has raised Rs 1000 crore the other three have raised Rs 2000 crore each Kerala is among the three states including Punjab and West Bengal that has sought a moratorium on its loans from the Centre But the worry line is that other states including cash-rich Tamil Nadu have also begun to borrow heavily Part of the reason for the large borrowing could be the need to insulate themselves till a new government is in power at the Centre So FY15 could be a year of flux for states that had collectively raised over Rs 2 lakh crore from the market last fiscal As states borrow more from the markets the Reserve Bank of India is planning to move away from its uniform pricing system for state government bonds The Bank is planning a gradual move to market-based valuations for such paper At present commercial banks value state debt at a fixed spread of a quarter-percentage point over government bonds States in turn may also need to reassess their market borrowing requirements later mid-year when the Centre presents the full Budget for FY15 and provide a clear picture on transfer of resources More importantly with a new government in place states could get a larger role to play in developmental works thereby getting more funds to implement programmes For investors in state government paper who are already jittery about the RBI’s pricing reform plans this would be a whole new ball game as well Surabhi is a special correspondent based in New Delhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: March 25 2017 4:29 am The chargesheet also mentions a driver who had made contradictory statements in the court Top News The Delhi Police Friday filed a chargesheet against the father of the teenager in the Mercedes hit-and-run case The juvenile allegedly ran over a 32-year-old marketing executive while driving his father’s car last year In the chargesheet filed before a magisterial court police had named the juvenile’s father as an accused He had been arrested on April 8 last year on charges of abetting the crime The chargesheet also mentions a driver who had made contradictory statements in the court Both the father and the driver are out on bail The court will decide on taking cognizance of the chargesheet on Saturday In April last year the 17-year-old had mowed down 32-year-old Siddharth Sharma in north Delhi’s Civil Lines area The juvenile who turned 18 four days after the incident was arrested and granted bail by the Juvenile Justice Board The father of the accused has been booked for giving the keys to his son despite being aware of the fact that he was not an adult at the time of the incident For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Toronto | Published: November 17 2016 12:16 pm Women with higher depressive symptoms tended to have children with thinner frontal and temporal areas cortical regions implicated in tasks involving inhibition and attention control?

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She answers by saying that she will vote in favor of Kareena. On Monday evening, Kosovo passed an anti-discrimination law in 2004. “We are looking at connecting the housing complex with the South Extension and INA Metro stations through an underground tunnel. government departments and PSUs.complete border demarcation with Bhutan at an early date? Bhutans reluctance to have diplomatic relations with China all these decades has been one of the many irritants in Sino-Indian relations Beijing was convinced that Delhiwhich has a special relationship with Thimphuwas limiting Bhutans engagement with China Beijing never accepted Delhis presumed claims that the subcontinent was Indias exclusive sphere of influence China always affirmed its right to establish comprehensive relations with Indias smaller neighbours In the pastwhenever bilateral relations with India were tenseBeijing denounced Delhis attempts to perpetuate the regional hegemony of the Raj Through a series of treaties in the 19th centurythe Raj had created a ring-fence of protectorates from the Persian Gulf to Southeast Asia These smaller states agreed to limit their interaction with other European powers and gave considerable say for Calcutta and later Delhi over the conduct of their foreign policies In returnthe Raj provided financial support and military security This system inevitably fell apart after Indias independencePartitionthe Cold War and Chinas emergence The only exceptions were the three fresh treaties that India signed with the Himalayan Kingdoms BhutanNepal and Sikkim during 1949-50 Alarmed by Communist Chinas entry into Tibet in the middle of the 20th centurythe monarchies turned to India for protection By the early 1960sNepals political classes discovered the virtues of playing the China card in Delhi and criticising the 1950 peace and friendship treaty with India When Sikkims Chogyal crossed the red line and its people called for Indias assistanceDelhi integrated the state into the Indian union in 1975 Bhutanby contrastchose to build on the special relationship with India defined by the 1949 treaty of friendship and established a deep economic and political relationship with Delhi Bhutanit is quite clearcannot forever remain at arms length from China Ring-Fence Sections of the Indian strategic community continue to hanker after an exclusive sphere of influence in the subcontinent and frequently protest against cooperation between the smaller states of South Asia and China Realists in the security establishmenthoweverrecognise the impossibility of maintaining the ring-fence erected by the Raj through unequal treaties Instead of objecting to Chinas outreach to South Asian statesDelhiover the last decadehas emphasised the deepening of its own special relations with neighbours India recognises that Bhutan willsooner rather than laterdevelop productive cooperation with China That applies equally to other neighbours of Indiaall of whom must be expected to develop deeper ties with China in the coming decades Signalling a new approachDelhi took the initiative to rewrite the 1949 treaty with Thimphu In 2007India signed a new treaty that modernised the political framework for the bilateral relationship amidst Bhutans internal democratic transition and growing external interests Seeking to anchor its relations with neighbours in sets of shared interestsIndia has signed special partnership agreements with AfghanistanBangladeshand the Maldives last year India says it is ready to review the 1950 treaty with Nepal Chumbi Salient While it is unlikely to oppose Bhutans diplomatic relations with ChinaDelhi would surely stay in close touch with Thimphu on the nature of its proposed boundary settlement with Beijing Delhi would want to assess the political consequences of China resolving the boundary dispute with Bhutan while putting that with India on the back-burner Even more important are the military implications of any territorial adjustment in the Chumbi valley between Thimphu and Beijing The Chumbi salient where IndiaChina and western Bhutan meet is like a dagger pointed at the narrow Siliguri Corridor that connects India with its northeastern states Any boundary settlement between China and Bhutan that alters the currently disputed Chumbi trijunction in Beijings favour will have a negative bearing on Delhis military plans for the defence of its northern frontiers The writer is a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research FoundationDelhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News and if the first trailer is something to go by, Manish of Karnal, During the kharif season of 2016, “A jeweller approached us on Tuesday evening with a complaint that Kaskar and the two accused had forcibly taken jewellery worth Rs 15 lakh from his shop.

download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tavleen Singh | Published: March 11, Kohli matches Aairah’s moves on Lou Bega’s hit song ‘I got a girl. ?containing valuable documents from the vehicle of Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh on December 22 from outside a coffee bar on NH-1. The unit owner.

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