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I have to save my home from nature and I do not have a choice, said Sailabala Mondal (36) of Amlamethi village For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ANI | Washington | Published: March 4 2009 2:26 pm Related News Teenagers are likely to respond positively to their parents advice when it comes to not smokingsays a new study The study led by Maria Nilsson of Umea UniversitySwedensuggests that parents play a key role in shaping their teenage kids attitudes towards smoking Teenagers are more positive today towards their parents attempts to discourage them from smokingregardless of whether or not they smokedthan in the past The researchers analysed the data of 1500 adolescentsaged 1315 and 17 years old to determine their attitudes towards parental intervention on tobacco use in Sweden and to see if these have changed over time They found that adolescents respond positively to their parents attitudes towards smoking The most effective wayaccording to the studyin which the parents can help put off their kids from smoking is not smoking themselves and not allowing their children to smoke at home The team found that younger children were more positive about these approaches than older children Levels of smoking amongst participants were stable at 8pct in 1987 and 1994but halved in 2003 Howeveruse of snusa type of moist snuffremained relatively constant Fewer teenagers thought their parents would be concerned about snus useprobably reflecting a general perception that snus is less of a health hazard than smoking The decrease in the proportion of teenagers smoking is thought to result from a number of factorsincluding changes in legislation and the decreasing social acceptability of smoking “The fact that adolescents respond positively to parental attitudes to smoking is encouraging” said Nilsson “Parents should be encouraged to intervene with respect to their childrens tobacco use” she added The study is published in the open access journal BMC Public Health For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sankhayan Ghosh | Updated: September 9 2015 4:12 pm Related News As the film festival season kicks in from September Tannishtha Chatterjee will only get busier Three of her films Angry Indian Goddesses Parched and Island City have been selected for the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) and Venice Film Festival This is not new for the actor who has consistently featured in films that have made their presence felt in international festivals such as Shadows of Time (2004) and Monsoon Shootout (2013) She was nominated for her role in Brick Lane (2007) at the British Independent Film Awards alongside Judi Dench and Anne Hathaway This time however Chatterjee’s films are Indian as she launches on a significant phase in her career The films are the results of the actor’s return to India after five years in London in 2012 “I felt like coming back to India because I saw the whole cinema scene changing Younger directors writers and producers are exposed to international cinema and different kinds of stories have begun to be told” she says in an interview a few days before she leaves for Venice for the premier of Island City The other reason was also that Chatterjee was routinely typecast — as a cigarette-smoking seductress after Bibar a distraught Bangladeshi woman following Brick Lane and a Rajasthani rural woman post Dekh Indian Circus “London is nice but as an Asian actor you only get so much The volume of work I felt was more interesting in India” she says The 35-year-old has stayed away from commercial fare ever since her first release the Bengali film Bibar (2006) “Let’s say it was a mutual choice Commercial cinema didn’t want me I didn’t fit them in either and we both kept avoiding each other” she says “Now the line between mainstream and arthouse cinema is blurring” Before one labels her as an “arty actor” she will be romancing cricketer Brett Lee in the Australian film UnIndian a light-weight rom-com “I also need to balance and do all kinds of things”says Chatterjee who has appeared in Madhuri Dixit-starrer Gulaab Gang as well as played the title role in Meena a short directed by Lucy Liu As for her three current films Parched has a fable-like rural setting and the story revolves around a group of women their sexuality and desires Island City that is set in a Man vs Machine world is made of three stories and in one of them Chatterjee plays the lead an ordinary girl who has no interest in life until she receives an anonymous love letter Angry Young Goddesses is a “female buddy movie” that brings together six friends for one of their weddings “Through their interactions we discover their individual stories and get into things like gender politics and how it’s merging with the idea of India as a developing nation It’s a complex film” says the actor a National School of Drama graduate Her biggest high as an actor Chatterjee says comes from the occasions that the audience and organisers in film festivals have failed to recognise her as the actor who has played the characters they have just seen on the big screen “I can probably become another person and come out of it and people can’t match the two That’s how I’ve always approached acting Some actors feel they should always be recognised for style and signature I just feel the opposite” she says This month as the lights come back on inside the theatre at Venice Film Festival after the screening of Island City the actor will hope that nobody recognises her For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sushant Singh | Published: May 9 2015 12:00 am (From left) Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit Begum Mohammad Ali Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Governor General Ghulam Mohammad Mohammad Ali and Indian High Commission in Pakistan Dr Mohan Sinha Mehta in Karachi in July 1953 Related News Title: The Longest August: The Unflinching Rivalry Between India and Pakistan Author: Dilip Hiro Publihser: Nation Books; Pages: 503; Price: Rs 799 Why did Dilip Hiro write The Longest August This is the question that starts bothering the reader within the first 50 pages of this 503-page book And it is not answered even when she finishes the book Hiro has written 34 books so far with one — and sometimes even two — books coming out every year Unlike some of his earlier work from the 1990s this book does not have anything new to say on the subject The Longest August is an ambitious project particularly in the vastness of its scope It starts with Mahatma Gandhi’s return to India in 1915 and ends at Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s presence at Narendra Modi’s swearing in ceremony last May The book traverses the pre-independence period largely through the prism of Hindu and Muslim identities Gandhi — and even Jawaharlal Nehru — is portrayed as a hardcore Hindu leader who pushed a liberal secular Jinnah into playing the Muslim card Laying the blame for the Partition solely on the Congress party Hiro sees the formation of Congress ministries in 1937 which discriminated in favour of Hindus as the turning point Share This Article Related Article This subject has been an area of major academic study over the years and Venkat Dhulipala’s much acclaimed recent book Creating a New Medina: State Power Islam and the Quest for Pakistan in Colonial North India convincingly disproves Hiro’s notion Dhulipala has shown that the demand for Pakistan which was both a homeland for Muslims and the vehicle for a new regeneration in Islam in fact had deep roots in political theological and literary debates Hiro’s recounting of the freedom movement is blighted by two major biases: one the equivalence he creates between Gandhi and Jinnah and two his dislike of Nehru To Hiro’s credit this does not result in selective recounting of events leading to the subcontinent’s Partition Every major incident is touched upon in the book but the treatment is shallow and fragmented The most provocative claims are not backed up by facts or credible references This is a problem that besets the book throughout more so in explaining India-Pakistan relations in the post-1971 period Hiro casually albeit authoritatively claims deep cooperation between Israel’s Mossad and India’s R&AW It is hard to find claims except in Hiro’s own earlier books of such close cooperation between the two agencies especially when India had no diplomatic ties with Israel Hiro does not hide his admiration for Indira Gandhi and Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto as leaders Overlooking their major flaws he credits them with much more than is perhaps due to either With no new revelations or insights about recent events the last few chapters of the book only end up recounting what is already in the public domain Notwithstanding these drawbacks written in the style of the immensely popular Freedom at Midnight by Larry Collins and Dominique Lapierre The Longest August is an easy read It is full of anecdotes which have either been forgotten or overlooked One such instance is Madan Mohan Malviya’s claim in 1922 that during the previous year 100000 Hindus had been converted to Islam in Gujarat Our history books have always taught us that an angry mob burnt policemen alive inside the police station in Chauri Chaura Hiro says that after the mob set the building ablaze the terrified policemen emerged to escape incineration They were captured by the mob hacked to pieces and their bodies fed to the flames Later 25 accused protestors were hanged for the crime During the 1945 Red Fort INA trials Jinnah offered to defend Shahnawaz Khan if he dissociated himself from other (non-Muslim) co-defendants Dhillon and Sehgal which Khan declined In a reply to Gandhi’s letter in 1944 Jinnah stated that he was writing in English “the only language in which I can make no mistake” Hiro reminds us that it was Jinnah’s grandfather who had converted to Islam and Jinnah’s mother carried a Hindu name Mithibai Similarly Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s mother was a Hindu who converted to Islam only after marriage But these fascinating tidbits are negated by major typos and factual errors Gandhi whom Hiro quirkily calls Mahatma Mohandas Gandhi is once spelled as Ghandi India and Pakistan did not fight a major war in 1985 In a rather embarrassing blooper the Hindi movie based on Kargil War Lakshya is mentioned as Vaishya Then there are many factual errors Nehru did not deliver his ‘tryst with destiny’ speech to a mammoth crowd outside the Red Fort on 14th August 1947 India’s GDP growth rate did not fall to 43% in 2002-03 because of the high expenses incurred on military mobilisation following the terror attack on Parliament India did not start fencing the Line of Control (LoC) in the mid-1990s and as someone who helped to construct that fence I can say on good authority that the double row of wire fencing at LoC is not “filled with thousands of land mines” An intelligent and knowledgeable reader will find The Longest August shallow while a casual reader is likely to be misled by Hiro’s biases and factual errors There remains thus no readership this book can be recommended to For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related Newswe used to see NGOs and government people coming and planting but we never cared. download Indian Express App More Top News this diary has become one of the most well read journals of all times. ? 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