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young girls to take care of the consequences The results of this study suggest that early prevention makes sense” Nancy Bodmerwho headed the Swiss research at Basel Universitysaid The Hotshot condomswhich cost Swiss Franc 760 for a packet of sixhave been created by Lamprecht AGa leading condom manufacturer in Switzerland The company has said that Britain would be “top priority” if they expanded abroadconsidering that it has the highest teenage pregnancy rate in Europe “At the moment we are only producing the Hotshot in Switzerland But the UK is certainly a very attractive market since there is a very high rate of underage conception The UK would definitely be top priority if we marketed abroad” Nysse Norballea spokesman for the companysaid For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: May 17 2017 7:20 pm Nimrat soon to be seen in a Nagesh Kukunoor web series Related News She became a household name after her two Hindi releases The Lunchbox and Airlift but actress Nimrat Kaur chose not to get swayed by the plum offers that came her way after success The 35-year-old actress started her journey with theatre and music videos but it was Ritesh Batra’s The Lunchbox with Irrfan Khan that put her in the spotlight Despite getting many offers after the success of 2016’s Airlift Nimrat did not sign back-to-back projects as she feels it leads to too much exposure to the artists “If one goes on a signing spree then it leads to overexposure and people get bored to see you and then you don’t end up getting work…It is nice not to be in your comfort zone or do something that is unexpected from you as an actor One should be conventionally seen in films more but I think the times are different today” Nimrat told PTI The actress says she does not plan her career and takes up work that excites her “I go where my life and career takes me At this point in my life I don’t dictate what I want to do next… Whatever comes to me I take it up if I connect to it be it here or in the West I do it I end up working instinctively” Nimrat says she was flooded with offers after Airlift “There were too many offers but the kind of work I want to do and the films I want to be associated with I should feel connected to it” she says Also Read |Uniform Appeal Nimrat has so far stayed away from the mainstream commercial cinema but says she would do a Bollywood potboiler if it is interesting”I have grown up watching commercial Hindi films I am sure it will be fun to do an out-and-out entertainer If anything interesting comes up I would love to take it” she says Nimrat is currently working with Nagesh Kukumooron the web series The Test Case For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Samudra Gupta Kashyap | Guwahati | Published: May 4 2017 8:58 pm Announcing this here on Thursday Himanta Biswa Sarma Assam minister for Guwahati development said a road was also named after 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Sarma said Chaolung Sukaphaa who had arrived in Assam in 1228 from Mong Mao in present-day northern Myanmar and founded the Ahom kingdom (1228-1826) was also designated a road while others after whom a road each was named included Deendayal Upadhyaya Bhupen Hazarika and Khagen Mahanta For all the latest Guwahati News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Amrith Lal | Published: January 23 2015 12:43 am But does the Sirisena win herald a new politics and a new Sri Lankan state that would seek to reconstitute itself as a multi-ethnic linguistic and religious nation and initiate a fresh pact with its minorities Related News The presidential election in Sri Lanka was a vote on the record of Mahinda Rajapaksa president for nearly a decade The anger and dissatisfaction against Rajapaksa was widespread but acute among Tamils and Muslims who together make up about 25 per cent of Sri Lanka’s population The two groups voted overwhelmingly against Rajapaksa; it could be argued they won the election for Maithripala Sirisena But does the Sirisena win herald a new politics and a new Sri Lankan state that would seek to reconstitute itself as a multi-ethnic linguistic and religious nation and initiate a fresh pact with its minorities Will the new administration risk the anger of ethnic and religious chauvinists and trust the minorities especially Tamils to become equal partners in building the nation Initial signs are promising One of the first executive decisions of the Sirisena administration was to replace the governor of the Northern Province a retired military official with a civilian Last week the new foreign minister Mangala Samaraweera was in New Delhi and indicated a course correction in foreign policy On Tuesday in his first address to parliament new Prime Minister Ranil Wickremasinghe announced that the 13th Amendment to the Sri Lankan constitution an outcome of the 1987 Indo-Lanka accord meant to devolve more powers to the provinces would be implemented within a unitary state These gestures are of course important to start a conversation on healing and reconciliation between Colombo and the Tamils The reconciliation process has to begin with the winner recognising that he needs to suspend the aura of victory and shun triumphalism to reach out to the defeated Since the 1950s successive Sinhalese-led governments have discriminated against the Tamil minority Tamils took to violence after Sinhalese political parties refused to respond to the non-violent and rights-oriented politics of Tamil groups Extremists gained public support only after the 1983 riots and the Tamils’ democratic struggle for equal rights turned into a full-fledged national liberation struggle The LTTE became the face of the liberation movement because it methodically annihilated dissenting voices in the community Both the LTTE and the Sri Lankan state negotiated but deceit always clouded the process The brutal and long-drawn-out war has ended and the LTTE has been crushed But the root causes of the war have not been addressed In the final phase of the war the Sri Lankan army didn’t spare civilians earning censure from world capitals and at UN forums The Rajapaksa administration was accused of war crimes and genocide against Tamils The Sirisena administration seems to recognise that a settlement of the Tamil issue is necessary to improve Colombo’s ties with Delhi and the rest of the world There is a Tamil nation bound by language and culture that exists outside the political boundaries of Sri Lanka and India It is a nation without any army but one that has sufficient political economic and cultural clout to convince the world of the merits of its case Political and civil society actors in Tamil Nadu have ensured that Delhi had to factor in the plight of Sri Lankan Tamils in its engagement with Colombo The Sri Lankan Tamil diaspora in Europe and North America has argued the case of their subjugated brethren internationally With the LTTE absent from the picture the onus has been on Colombo to effect a reconciliation with Tamils Rajapaksa won the war but wasn’t interested in winning over Tamils Listen to CV Wigneswaran the chief minister of the Northern Provincial Council Delivering the PUCL Kannabiran Memorial Lecture in Chennai last November Wigneswaran said the continuing militarisation of his province was “not because of any real security threat but to maintain a stranglehold over the populace to subjugate them and make them compliant to stifle any form of democratic or political dissent” “If human security were the guiding principle the military would not be taking over people’s lands cultivating them with the owners having to buy the produce from their own land and building hotels and golf courses when the dwelling homes of the people devastated by the war remain like pockmarks in the Northern landscape Today cases involving more than 2100 petitioners are pending before the court of appeal and the Supreme Court regarding the acquisition of 6381 acres of land in Valikamam North where an illegal high security zone for the Sri Lankan armed forces has been set up Despite such legal actions pending before the highest court in the country the army continues to destroy whatever is left of the buildings homes holy places or hallowed school premises inside the high security zone” he said in a scathing indictment of the Rajapaksa administration Earlier this month he told this newspaper that he the elected representative of seven lakh Tamils had no powers and was always under government surveillance A civilian governor for the province is a good beginning The military-political administrative structure that perceives the Tamils as suspects and second-class citizens must be removed Wigneswaran a former judge of Sri Lanka’s Supreme Court and member of the Tamil National Alliance which supported Sirisena’s candidature could be an ally in ending the climate of fear defeatism and helplessness pervading Tamil lands It has been suggested that a truth and reconciliation commission could help bridge the ethnic divide An independent and extensive investigation into war crimes and disappearances at least has to be instituted A large number of people disappeared in the last days of the war — the number varies between 8000 claimed by Colombo and 15 lakh by Tamil groups And lest we forget the Sri Lankan army and political leadership aren’t the only guilty party in this bloody war The LTTE leadership is equally culpable for war crimes “Let Them Speak: Truth About Sri Lanka’s Victims of War” a 2009 report by the University Teachers For Human Rights Jaffna (UTHR) spoke about how “both sides treated truth as an enemy” It said: “This report is a call to Sri Lankans of all communities to examine their history and take control of their present; to acknowledge the degeneration of the country and its democratic institutions to demand justice for the crimes that have been committed in the name of fighting terrorism or securing Eelam and to declare ‘never again’” Can the new government in Sri Lanka respond to the call of history [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Surjit S Bhalla | Updated: July 31 2014 10:24 am India is making itself a laughing stock in the eyes of the world by violating agreements it made just six months earlier when it made the WTO accept its unreasonable demands Related News Modi-led BJP is pursuing an illogical and regressive anti-trade-facilitation stance at the WTO In my previous article (‘A “principled” Congress stand at the WTO’ IE July 29) I reached three conclusions First that there was an urgent need for the representative WTO reference price for agricultural products to be made a dynamic price rather than the present outdated average 1986-88 price Second with this dynamic price adjustment the minimum support price paid by the Indian government to its farmers is well in excess of that allowed by WTO rules Third that India’s present WTO stance is without logic or empirical support Unfortunately the computations in my July 29 article contained errors with respect to international reference prices for rice and wheat In the transformation between statistical programmes the price for 2013 was mistakenly taken as the price for 2004 the price for 1990 was the price for 1981 that is the price levels were shifted backwards by a uniform nine years for each data point My error my apologies I have written close to 1000 articles in newspapers over the last 30 years and this is the first time I am making an empirical error — and for this I must apologise I have made other important errors for example that I believed that the government had no option but to present a “good” budget in 2011 2012 and 2013 and I had egg on my face and worse when the government of the day did not oblige These were errors of judgement and not errors of calculation This error of calculation has allowed me to correct other assumptions detailed in the footnotes to the table When all these corrections are incorporated there is no material change in any of the conclusions mentioned above (phew) Indeed the 32-year average excess price provided to Indian producers of rice increases from minus 17 per cent of the world fob price to plus 17 per cent In the case of wheat there is no change between the earlier calculation and the present one — in both cases our prices have been on average 14 per cent above the world price One advantage in redoing the numbers is that it allows one to answer some questions First how is it that India has been able to export wheat and rice in the last few years when our domestic fob price has been above the world price For the last three years India exported each year an average 9 million metric tonnes (MMT) of rice and 4 MMT of wheat In value terms about Rs 40000 crore per year — not small A further point deserving emphasis is that the fob price (relevant for exports and 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production so why shouldn’t India as well Indeed this is one of the “background” arguments for India’s stance at the WTO If the US is the reference fob price no calculation can show that it is subsidising its wheat exports But what about the “hidden” subsidies provided to the farm sector in the US Such subsidies have totalled $36 billion for the 18 years between 1995 and 2012 or about $2 billion a year For 2012 US wheat production was 49 MMT and “hidden” subsidies totalled $1 billion or 55 per cent of total production WTO agreements allow such subsidies in developed economies to not exceed 5 per cent Thus whatever arguments are made against the US not being WTO compliant wheat production subsidy hidden or otherwise is not one of them When all else fails invoke the poor India’s favourite argument against signing the Trade Facilitation Agreement is: please don’t mess with our food security act for the poor and consumer subsidies because that offends our sensibilities our integrity and our honour Well BJP or Congress don’t bleed your hearts and especially not with such deep cuts The WTO agreement only involves production subsidies not consumer subsidies Indeed according to the WTO and most countries in the world India can do what it wants with its food subsidies It can buy food from farmers at Rs 20 per kg and sell it to consumers at Rs 0 1 2 or 3 per kg or any food subsidy level it chooses The rest of the world does not care as long as India does not pay its producers much above the fob price There is a political economy lesson in food pricing For example Thailand lost its treasured place as a rice exporter to Vietnam because of its own populist food policy initiated in 2011 All correlations of political trouble in Thailand with its destructive food policy may not be coincidental Neither as pointed out in the July 29 article and several previous ones is it coincidental that the Congress grotesquely messed up on food prices and this had a major effect on its outsized political loss in the 2014 elections This foray into data leads to the following robust conclusions India has engineered unprecedented food inflation through the UPA’s belief that such practices would help it win the 2014 election; it obviously did not Second India is making itself a laughing stock in the eyes of the world community (perhaps it does not matter) by violating agreements it made just six months earlier when it made the WTO accept its unreasonable demands Third India cannot make any case for its new unprincipled stance So the question arises — given that the BJP has just formed a majority government with no obligations implicit or explicit to the previous UPA regime and given that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is widely believed and correctly so to be his own man then why in the name of god and India is Modi-BJP pursuing an illogical and regressive stance at the WTO The writer is chairman of Oxus Investments an emerging market advisory firm and a senior advisor to Zyfin a 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