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with lung cancer also had the greatest impact on shortening lifespan In addition body fat and other factors linked to diabetes also have a negative influence on life expectancy the researchers mentioned “Our study has estimated the causal effect of lifestyle choices We found that on average smoking a pack a day reduces lifespan by seven years whilst losing one kilogram of weight will increase your lifespan by two months” said Peter Joshi researcher at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland The team took the data from 25 separate population studies and analysed genetic information from more than 600000 people alongside records of their parents’ lifespan People share half of the genetic information with each of their parents Therefore certain lifestyle factors become highly influenced by some genes that further impacts life expectancy of people like increased alcohol consumption and addiction the researchers explained in the paper published in the journal Nature Communications The study also identified two new DNA differences that affect lifespan The first in a gene that affects blood cholesterol levels and reduces lifespan by around eight months The second is a gene linked to the immune system which adds around half a year to life expectancy “The power of big data and genetics allow us to compare the effect of different behaviours and diseases in terms of months and years of life lost or gained and to distinguish between mere association and causal effect” said Jim Wilson Professor at the varsity For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pradip Phanjoubam | Updated: August 20 2016 12:43 am Scraggy Hill on the Shenam Pass captured by the 4/10th Gurkhas Source: Wikipedia Top News Book- The Battlefields of Imphal: The Second World War and North East India Author: Hemant Singh Katoch Publisher: Routledge India Pages: 182 Price: Rs 695 Hemant Singh Katoch’s The Battlefields of Imphal: The Second World War and North East India is a book which should have been written 30 years ago The book tells of Manipur’s experience of World War II starting in May 1942 when Japanese air raids on Imphal began till mid 1944 when British troops finally defeated and pushed the Japanese back to Burma and beyond That was 74 years ago and most in their prime at the time are now dead and gone Without trying to be funny the book is timely A decade from now there would probably be only scattered archival materials and secondary sources to draw from for such a project Katoch has managed to trace many ageing survivors and does a fine job of balancing their voices with archival records as well as past writings on the subject The latter is understandably dominated by works of British army generals war historians and journalists Surprisingly Indian voices have until recently been deafeningly silent although this was a war fought chiefly between British Indian Army and not just the Japanese Imperial Army but also the Indian National Army INA The importance of the Imphal-Kohima Battle is now well acknowledged; in April 2013 the British National Army Museum voted it as “Britain’s Greatest Battle” ever It was on this front that the table was turned against the Japanese forces which has till then been sweeping South East Asia mauling British/Allied forces battlefield after battlefield For the British this battle was crucial as this was also the time the Indian freedom struggle was at its height Allowing the Japanese and the INA to enter India at that juncture would have been disastrous for them For the same reason though not for the same concern India too should have shown more interest in this battlefront Katoch’s book is a reminder Katoch’s account is not from the viewpoint of a military strategist presuming foreknowledge of the game-plans of the generals Instead it is a reconstruction of the overall picture from the bottom through meticulous mapping of the battlefields It is hence like working on a complex jigsaw puzzle painstakingly deciphering each part one at a time fitting them together until the greater picture emerged almost in a “wow” moment The details of each battlefield are absorbing but each is not an independent mission The central gravitating point of both the Japanese and British troops was the same The former descended from all directions towards the Imphal valley with its six wartime airstrips to capture it and make it their first stable base in their India campaign The latter did everything to prevent this The metaphor Field Marshal William Slim the commander of the Burma theatre of war uses to describe the battle-plan in his Defeat into Victory is that of a hub and spokes of a wheel The Japanese and INA soldiers were advancing towards the hub along the spokes There were many bitter battles along these spokes and the Kohima road being the most important supply line for the British troops in Imphal the Battle of Kohima was the most desperately fought The casualty figures tell the same story Katoch quotes the figure of 53000 Japanese casualties of which 7000 were suffered in Kohima Many of the Japanese fatalities were also of disease and starvation Obviously Gen Slim’s strategy of preventing the Japanese from reaching the rice rich valley proved to be an important foresight Other than military history the book will be of immense value for those planning war tourism services in the region a field in which Katoch has been a pioneer The book also has a whole chapter dedicated to this subject The writer is editor Imphal Free Press and author of The Northeast Question: Conflicts and Frontiers For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pooja Pillai | Published: November 26 2017 12:00 am Renaissance Man: La Bella Principessa or Profile of a Young Fiancee (left) and Portrait of a Man in Red Chalk Related News Leonardo Da Vinci’s painting Salvator Mundi which recently broke auction records when it sold for a whopping $4503 million is only one of the many works attributed to the Renaissance painter which has a complicated history Like most artists of the day Da Vinci didn’t sign his work and as befitted a master artist in his later years relied on studio assistants to finish certain portions of his work Take a look at the contentious histories of some of the most well-known paintings attributed to Da Vinci: The Virgin of the Rocks (London version): While the version of The Virgin of the Rocks which is in the Louvre in Paris has long been celebrated as one of the undisputed masterpieces of Da Vinci the attribution history of the version in London’s National Gallery has always been murky The Louvre painting originally commissioned by a church was rejected by them as it was seen as an attempt to question the divinity of Christ Here Mary has her arm over St John and the angel points at him too while the infant Jesus looks on The subsequent London version cleaves closer to orthodoxy: St John holds a crucifix the angel’s hand lies in his lap and the three central figures have halos Extensive restoration and cleaning by The National Gallery in 2010 revealed it to be an original Leonardo Some experts still argue that the botanical and geological inaccuracies as seen in the London work would never have been made by Da Vinci Portrait of a Man in Red Chalk: The dispute over this famous work has much to do with identity of the sitter It has long been believed that this is a self-portrait and indeed in popular culture Portrait of a Man in Red Chalk has come to represent what we believe Da Vinci looked like In recent years however experts have disagreed arguing among other things that the portrait shows a man of an age that far exceeds what Da Vinci’s would have been at the time he made it La Bella Principessa: When it surfaced at an auction in 1998 this portrait was believed to be the creation of an anonymous German painter in the 19th century It is now believed by some experts as being a lost painting by the master which was touched up in the 19th century This theory is supported by the discovery of a fingerprint in 2009 believed to have been left behind by Da Vinci who was known to blend brushstrokes using his fingers Many however say that the “lifeless” and anatomically inaccurate work is not a Leonardo For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by BASHIR PATHAN | Gandhinagar | Published: July 31 2009 2:46 am Related News Faced with a severe staff crunchthe Gujarat State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) has asked the government to fill up vacant posts so as to strengthen the functioning of the Commission and help it dispose complaints of human rights violation it has been receiving from the general public from across the state The SHRCheaded by former Gujarat High Court Chief Justice D S Sinha is learnt to have expressed its displeasure over the inordinate delay on the part of the Modi Government in nominating two non-government members – one from the judiciary and another human rights activist to the Commission According to sources in the SHRCthe government has not only been delaying the induction of two non-government members into the Commission since its inception in 2006but has also not made the regular appointment of the Commission’s secretarywhose post has been lying vacant for about a month since senior IAS officer R L Meenaholding that postretired in June last A 1989 batch IAS officerA K Rakeshwho is the Mission Director (Nirmal Gujarat) has been given additional charge of the post of the Commission’s Secretary “The Secretary’s post in the SHRC is very importantfor he deals with all vital administrative works in the office of the Commission Meena was the 1975 batch officer who adorned this post Instead of giving additional charge of this significant post to a junior IAS officer like Rakeshthe government should appoint a senior IAS officer as the Secretary and that too on a regular basis” sources said Even in its annual report (2007-08) tabled in the Assembly on Wednesdaythe SHRC noted that “due to non-government members not being nominated by the government to the Commissionits chairman has been single-handedly performing all the duties? incorporating the flary or large sleeves trend for a Medieval look. a Raj Bhawan release said.youths when she had gone to the fields at Titerwada village in Shamli district.

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