Asked if the dissidents will be forgiven, he said, It depends on the party high command. If the party high command forgives, I shall embrace them.Since the power tussle between him and Sachin Pilot resurfaced last month, the Congress veteran has used harsh words against his former deputy, once even referring to him as #8216;nikamma ' or useless. But Gehlot said he will do whatever the Congress leadership wants.
There are many ways of treating lung cancer. But the procedure that a doctor will ultimately adopt depends on a lot of things like the type of lung cancer and how far it has spread. People with non small cell lung cancer are often treated with surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy and targeted therapy. Sometimes, a combination of these treatments may also be used. People with small cell lung cancer are usually treated with radiation therapy and chemotherapy. Today, on the occasion of World Lung Cancer Day, it is important to raise awareness about the various treatments options that are available to people today. It is an ongoing effort of scientists to develop better treatment procedures that will lead to better outcomes. Also Read World Lung Cancer Day 2020: Types and symptoms of lung cancerBut it is important to know that early detection and timely treatment is essential. According to Dr Surender Kumar Dabas, Senior Director amp; HOD, Surgical Oncology amp; Robotic Surgery, BLK Super Specialty Hospital, Due to the COVID 19 scare, patients with lung cancer symptoms are avoiding visiting the hospitals. This comes in the way of an early diagnosis. At the same time, those recently diagnosed are postponing their treatment commencement and those already on treatment are either skipping their chemotherapy or delaying their surgery. He goes on to add that the situation is further compounded by the overlap of symptoms of lung cancer vis a vis COVID 19. This, in turn, means that an early stage curable cancer will eventually advance to a later stage incurable one due to lack of timely treatment intervention. Also Read World Lung Cancer Day 2020: Can diabetes increase your risk of this condition?
Friday, December 05, 2045Bengali star Jisshu Sengupta avers that, irrespective of whether one is a star kid or not, survival in the film industry depends only on talent and luck.
The sad demise of Sushant Singh Rajput on June 14 has not only started a conversation about mental health in Bollywood but also kicked up many controversies, with many attributing it to the hard time that outsiders have in the close knit film industry. Now, just within a month of his death, two films inspired by the late actor have already been announced, one of them starring TikTok star Sachin Tiwari, who had become a rage on social media for his uncanny resemblance to Rajput. This, again, has ignited the question of whether Bollywood really wants to celebrate his life or just milk an opportunity.Film maker Hansal Mehta, who has directed real life inspired films such as Shahid (2013), Aligarh (2015) and Omerta (2018), says that ultimately, everything depends on the intent behind the film. ”When you make a film on a true story, it ''s always about the intention of the film maker. If the intent is to let the world know of the actual story, then it ''s a different thing. But if it ''s to simply capitalise on something that ''s topical, I think that ''s not ethical, ” Hindustan Times quoted him as saying.
It was Dr Strange who was instrumental in saving the world in Avengers: Endgame, but who is this Dr Strange, and how has he become so powerful that the fate of the world sort of depends on his actions?In World of Reading Marvel s Doctor Strange, you get to know the reason how Dr Strange became the world s best sorcerer and what were the reasons behind his transformation from a world class surgeon to a first class superhero.
It is known that India heavily depends on API (active pharmaceutical ingredients) imports to produce pharmaceutical products and the clamor to reduce this dependence by focusing more on domestic production has been increasing.
As we see around, present times seem grim for minorities across the world, especially with the rise of fascist forces. This has nevertheless also increased the momentum of the activism and one aspect we are questioning as a part of it is, the majoritarian gaze through media representation. Disclosure, an American documentary released on Netflix this June 20 attempts to point this very cis gender heterosexual gaze on the LGBTQIA community. This gaze undoubtedly has always had an omnipresence space on the screen and eventually has fortified our ways of reacting upon our encounter with transgenders. Disclosure quotes a study according to which 80 percent of the Americans do not personally know a transgender, so the audience including the transgender community largely depends upon the media to perceive and absorb their image. When Laverne Cox, famous for her role of Sophia Burset on the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black, talks about the earliest impression of trans people on her, through TV shows, wherein she recalls that the characters who were not even identified as trans were projected in a manner to reinforce our cliched image of a trans person. This was presented by adopting a humorous mode which eventually made her hate everything trans about herself . Candis Cayne reveals here how the pitch of her voice was lowered two octaves in the introductory scene of Dirty Sexy Money (2007) to make the audience aware of her trans ness.
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Black power, suffering and the fight for justice took center stage at the BET awards on Sunday, the first Black celebrity event in the United States since nationwide mass protests broke out this month over systemic racism. The show, which celebrates Black excellence in music, film, sports and philanthropy, was filled with speeches, songs, images of protests and the names of dozens of Black men and women who have died at the hands of police in recent years.
For the purposes of this selection though we 'll look at the more traditional understanding which, like many automotive terms, has its roots in the age of horsedrawn transport rather than that powered by horsepower. By that definition a coupe was luxurious transport for two and that pretty much sums up our current understanding too, the underlying message being you have the means to prioritise style and status over notions of practicality. Here are our favourites of the current crop.Audi ''s image depends on a projection of upwardly mobile aspiration so, despite all the SUVs, hatchbacks and saloons, coupes remain emotionally important. Audi offers coupe inspired SUVs and five door hatchbacks (Sportbacks in brand lingo), some more gracefully realised than others. The recently updated A5 is the more traditional expression though and an enduringly popular style statement for Audi fans. The pound;70,000, 450PS Audi RS5 is a worthy halo but Audi ''s real trick is selling more affordable four cylinder versions that, at a glance, confer equivalent status on their drivers. Debadged and on big wheels who needs know hellip;
Initial rumours were that the upcoming Mi laptop will be the rebranded versions of the RedmiBook 14 that;s available only in China right now. Shutting all rumours Xiaomi confirmed that June 11 will be a global launch, in other words, India will be the first country to get the upcoming Mi Notebook.Xiaomi is entering the laptop space just at the right time when everyone is working from home and depends on laptops for almost all their work. Considering the current scenario the situation is going to be the same for a few months to come.
Samsung Galaxy M51 is planned to launch in India in July, while the Samsung Galaxy M31s is reportedly also in development. According to a report, both Galaxy M51 and Galaxy M31s will come with 64 megapixel main camera and the phones are speculated to launch in June. The report also indicates that the launch of M51 may get delayed to July due to production issues, owing to coronavirus pandemic. Samsung is yet to confirm the launch of the aforementioned smartphones, therefore, all the information should be taken with a pinch of salt.As per a report by 91Mobiles citing industry sources, Samsung Galaxy M51 is tipped to launch in late June or July in the country. Separately, Samsung contacted Gadgets 360 with updated to information to reveal that a July launch is likely. The report also said that production of the phone largely depends on the ongoing coronavirus situation in India, therefore, the launch timing may vary depending on that.
In a familiar pattern, local Communist Party officials have been fired, schools and public transport have again been closed, and tens of thousands quarantined. Northeast China shows all the earmarks of the arrival of the feared second wave ... and the rest of Asia and the world are watching anxiously.The future of at least the coming six months and more likely a year or so of the Chinese and global economies depends on the ability of countries and governments to contain any second wave outbreaks. National currencies will be evaluated by that ability or presumed ability, with the exception for now being the US dollar, in effect the world''s only reserve currency.
TwitterEmailPrintSave StoryFacebookTwitterEmailPrintSave StoryLatinos are poised to become the majority in Texas in a matter of years. Will they bring their power to bear in the 2020 election?Photographs by Bill McCullough for The New YorkerThe weekend before Super Tuesday, Manuel Ortiz, a student at the University of Texas at Austin, drove to Montopolis, a majority Latino neighborhood on the city s southeastern edge. He was joined by four other college students, all canvassers for the Texas Youth Power Alliance, an initiative that aims to register three hundred thousand new voters before November. Ivy, the group s field organizer, parked her aqua Honda in front of Nuestra Se ora de los Dolores, a Mission style Catholic church built in the fifties. She wore oversized glasses and spoke to the others in a sweetly commanding tone. Avoid dogs, she said. Don t go through No Trespassing signs, gated areas, or ones with, like, a gun sign. The shadow of the 2016 election, when Texas, reliably red, registered among the lowest voter turnouts of any state, loomed over the canvassers efforts. Ortiz, who was dressed in a light wash denim jacket adorned with pins of Selena, a raised fist, and a prickly pear was feeling restless but keen. As a canvasser, he has developed a sort of poised patience and has learned to listen without pressing. His cacti patterned bag was filled with dozens of voting guides en espa ol.Latinos, who make up nearly forty per cent of the state s twenty nine million people, have long had the lowest turnout of any demographic group in Texas. Within his family, Ortiz told me, he is the most dedicated voter. His older sister had called the day before to say that she had cast her ballot in the Democratic primary, but he had not yet convinced his parents to do so. My mom got really uncomfortable in the last Senate election, he said. She felt overwhelmed with the system, those weird voting machines they can scare people. His parents are from San Luis Potos , a state in central Mexico known for its mining industry. They settled in Southern California in the eighties, and became eligible for amnesty under a sweeping immigration reform bill signed by Ronald Reagan in 1986. Before Ortiz was born, the family moved to Eula, a settlement in northern Texas, where residents have been voting Republican since the late sixties and Latinos remain a minority. The outcome of the 2016 election, Ortiz s first as a voter, hurt a lot to see, he told me. All of those people had heard his Donald Trump s hateful rhetoric and they were O.K. with it. But it also made me want to fight back. Early this year, he had mailed an absentee ballot back home. I want people from my area, which is generally a lot more conservative, to know that there is some Democratic presence there, he said.
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After studying painting at Ontario College of Art, Sigismondi went on to direct timeless music videos in the 90s that shook up the status quo. At the time, the raw rock consuming pop culture was perfectly suited to the artist;s taste and style. Sigismondi;s first music videos were for Rita Chiarelli and The Tea Party, but it was her classic 1996 music video, ;The Beautiful People,; that took her vision and career to another level. Manson and Sigismondi;s macabre sensibilities were a match made in heaven. The result led her to a life changing collaboration with David Bowie, who Sigismondi ended up working with several times throughout the years. Their first music video was ;Little Wonder,; followed by 2013;s ;The Stars (Are Out Tonight); and ;The Next Day.;After directing Bowie and Manson, Sigismondi put her heart and soul into videos from The White Stripes, Robert Plant, Rihanna, The Cure, and the list goes on and on. Many of these videos allowed the filmmaker to merge her different interests, too. There ''s more often than not a handmade quality to Sigismondi ''s visual because she actually sculpts and crafts props frequently seen in her work. "My first rule is to go practical with everything, " she told us. "It all depends on where the time is. If you 've got the time when you 're prepping, do it practically. "
TOKYO As 2019 drew to a close, Microsoft co founder and billionaire Bill Gates published a blog post that took many readers by surprise. "I think the rich should pay more than they currently do, and that includes Melinda and me," he wrote, referring to his wife.Gates noted that the U.S. government depends "overwhelmingly" on taxing income from labor wages and salaries. Instead, he argued it should raise the capital gains tax to draw more revenue from stock investments and real estate. The system "isn''t fair," he wrote. "I don''t see any reason to favor wealth over work the way we do today."
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Can you pick the fruit off your neighbor''s tree if the branch is hanging over your property? Is it more offensive when it''s avocados? Apparently, it depends on who you ask.
Millennial parents are strongly motivated by their work life balance, including devoting time to raising children. Image: REUTERS Kai Pfaffenbach 11 Dec 2019 Aazia Mickens Dessaso Global Shaper, Norfolk Hub, Predictions for 2030: What if we get things right? Read the series Most Popular Successful carbon removal depends on these 3 conditionsNeil Yeoh 09 Dec 2019 7 shocking statistics that show the cost of corruptionSean Fleming 09 Dec 2019 5 transgender people who made history in 2019Kate Whiting 09 Dec 2019 More on the agenda Forum in focus Young Global Leaders empowered to tackle the world s most pressing challenges Read more about this project Explore context Youth Perspectives Explore the latest strategic trends, research and analysis The traditional office is losing the battle for an emerging group of workers: millennial parents. Millennial women accounted for 82% of US births in 2016. At the same time, millennials made up 29% of the adult US population and more than a third of the US workforce. This demographic shift has applied upward pressure on companies to provide basic benefits like parental leave and childcare assistance, though making good on this is far from universal. While that fight rages on, many millennial parents are leveraging digital technological advances to redefine the workplace. Here are four ways millennial parents will impact the future of work, according to trend data.