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Yoga came about because “.Yoga has various dimensions/arms in which competitions are not possible” The directive and decision was made on December 21 with the letter addressed to The Secretary General Indian Olympic Association (IOA) For a sport to be added into the priority list it should be part of Olympics Asian Games or Commonwealth Games an exception was made to include Yoga in this list Now that Yogais not being considered as a sport its entire matter will be handled by the Ministry of AYUSH Sports Ministry – Yoga by The Indian Express on Scribd Yoga had been heavily promotedwith its charge taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi who had been the face of Yoga Day for the past two years For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: February 9 2016 1:43 pm Sonam Kapoor said “I do not work for awards I work for the craft…I am okay with recognition” Related News Actress Sonam Kapoor who is looking forward to her upcoming film “Neerja” says she would rather focus on her performance than chasing awards The “Prem Ratan Dhan Payo” actress feels awards do give a sense of validation to an artist but to her the craft matters the most “I do not work for awards I work for the craft…I am okay with recognition The reason the awards are important is because they give you a validation and encouragement to do more and also push you to do better because it gives a sense of competition” Sonam told PTI When asked if Bollywood should start an exclusive award for women to honour and recognise their work Sonam said “Yes of course why not But I think we already have enough awards in Bollywood for recognition… but I hope there are more nominations in these various awards where women are concerned” Several Bollywood stars have raised concern over the credibility of various award shows while some categorically stay away from attending such events Sonam feels things will change for the better “I think its going to change Once issues start cropping up things always change People start doing the right (thing)” She said Bollywood is male-dominated but is “slowly changing” and cited an example of how difficult was it for her sister to make her debut film “Khoobsurat” Many producers were not willing to back the project and work with her sister something which has changed today she said “It changed because my sister’s first film did well Now everybody wants to work with her The first initial step is always difficult but nothing succeeds like success The industry is male dominated but slowly it’s changing” The actress will next be seen in Ram Madhvani’s “Neerja” in the titular role of flight attendant Neerja Bhanot The film revolves around the hijacking of Pan Am Flight 73 in Karachi and how the young flight attendant fought for the lives of her passengers “I have always been fearless But the most amazing thing about Neerja was she gained courage through her fear She feared for her life… but she still did what she thought was right She stood on the side of doing the right thing That shows incredible strength of character” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mohamed Thaver | Mumbai | Updated: November 23 2015 4:37 am Slum children of the Borivali-Goregaon stretch with volunteers of the Robin Hood Army Express Related News Nearly 15 kids sit in a line hands outstretched near Sai Dham Temple off Western Express Highway in Kandivali A volunteer dressed in a green t-shirt rubs a hand sanitizer on each little palm The kids rub their palms together and sniff them All smiles they get ready for a food box a routine now for their Sunday afternoon meals for the past few months By now the children are personally acquainted with the nearly 10 volunteers of the Borivali-Goregaon chapter of Robin Hood Army (RHA) a volunteer organisation working to get surplus food from restaurants to the less fortunate The RHA active in India and in Pakistan was founded by two 27-year-olds Neel Ghose and Anand Sinha who were inspired by an organisation in Portugal that passed on excess food to the needy They thought a similar model was much needed and could be replicated in India With a vision to ‘eliminate hunger and food wastage globally’ the duo initiated this programme in Delhi where they resided with a ‘6 Robins 1 City’ programme and started with serving meals to 150 homeless people across Delhi Through social media they spread the effort to other cities including Kolkata Bangalore and Mumbai last year In April this year they got volunteers in Pakistan as well Vishaka Acharya 23 the co-ordinator of the Mumbai chapter said RHA started the first Mumbai chapter in the Fort area in south Mumbai in October last year Vishaka who happens to be Neel’s colleague at a restaurant search and discovery service said that currently they have nine chapters across south Mumbai Andheri-Bandra and Goregaon-Borivali with nearly 100 volunteers a number that keeps changing At times there are people who join for a few Sundays and leave Acharya said that they are fine with people not continuing since it is a volunteer-based initiative “However getting dedicated volunteers who would be present every Sunday remains our biggest challenge There are still certain areas like Andheri West and beyond Borivali that are not covered due to lack of volunteers” Vishaka told The Indian Express Nikunj Nawalgaria 25 a Vasai-based entrepreneur along with Jatin Tank Sanjay Sonawdekar and Rahul Surve-all in their late twenties – are part of the floating group of 15 volunteers of the Goregaon-Borivali chapter While Nawalgaria learnt about it through Facebook the other three came to know about the initiative through colleagues or relatives who were part of RHA Since volunteers need to take up activities only on Sunday afternoons they can be part of RHA without having to compromise on their jobs or social commitments “The few hours we spend here would otherwise be whiled away at home It gives a very different kind of satisfaction to see the happiness on children’s faces” Nawalgaria told The Indian Express The group calls up the restaurants on Saturday to decide the number of food packets they are contributing and the time RHA volunteers should collect it This weekend RHA volunteers met outside Sanjay Gandhi National Park at around 2 pm and moved to the hotels from where 150 packets of eatables including Dal Khichdi and sweets were picked up and stored in two cars The first stop was to the smallest cluster: two slums near Magathane depot in Borivali where a group of 10 children who were selling wares at signals or playing are informed by their parents that ‘teachers’ have come “Our focus is only to provide food to children at present We also try to teach them things like hygiene by asking them to wash their hands and saying thank you after getting something from someone Sometimes parents of children ask us for particular things However we just limit ourselves to providing food” Nawalgaria explains Some of the children are shy to open the food packets in front of them but as the volunteers turn around they start eating The same activity is replicated at a cluster opposite Sai Dham Temple in Kandivali Kohinoor Industrial Estate at Goregaon and ends with the slum cluster below the flyover opposite Oberoi Mall in Goregaon at around 445 pm There are certain enthusiastic volunteers like Tank who then go on to join the Andheri chapter as well Sonu Godecha a woman in her twenties at the slum colony opposite Sai Dham temple says “More than the food which we get on most days the children just like the fact that these boys care for them As soon as they see their car they go running towards them shouting ‘teacher aa gaye’” Over time RHA has had a Navi Mumbai and Thane chapter as well Their plan is to go ‘decentralised and hyper local’ and have self sustained communities across the city “We wish to have more chapters that are smaller in areas such that people in Andheri chapter would have to deliver food in Andheri and not till Bandra That will ensure better network and more participation” Visakha explains That again will depend on the number of volunteers who are willing to forego a few hours on their Sunday afternoons For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Amitabh Sinha | Updated: June 19 2016 1:57 am The progress of the monsoon has also been sluggish since its arrival Top News After the first two weeks of the monsoon season India has received about 25 per cent below normal rainfall Instead of the 614 mm rainfall it should have got till now there has only been 462 mm rains till June 15 primarily because of the one-week delay in the arrival of the monsoon The progress of the monsoon has also been sluggish since its arrival The northern limit of the monsoon on the western coast has now been almost stationary for a few days located around northern coastal Karnataka and southern Maharashtra On the eastern side most parts of Rayalseema sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim have been covered The entire north-eastern region has also received rains Normally by this time the monsoon should have moved northwards to cover the whole of Gujarat MP Chhattisgarh Bihar Odisha West Bengal and even eastern Uttar Pradesh Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news On Friday the Met department said that conditions were favourable for the northward movement of the monsoon to reach Konkan and Goa some parts of Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra remaining parts of Karnataka some parts of Odisha and Gangetic West Bengal and Jharkhand by Sunday By the end of the coming week it is likely to advance further into more parts of east India and some parts of central India The Met department also said that rainfall was likely to increase over many parts of eastern central and southern peninsular India from June 21 Central India and the western coast is likely to get above normal rainfall during the time Northwest India including states in the north and Delhi are expected to witness fairly widespread rainfall from June 26 After a week of slow progress atmospheric conditions are favourable for a swift northward movement of the monsoon the Met department said A trough has formed at the mean sea-level extending from northern Rajasthan to west central Bay of Bengal This is likely to pull the monsoon winds northwards A strong Madden Julian Oscillation (MJO) a tropical disturbance is also nearing the Indian sub-continent and this could result in a period of intense rainfall Interior Karnataka Telangana and Rayalaseema have so far recorded excess rainfall while Kerala Tamil Nadu and parts of West Bengal have had normal rainfall For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsA day after launching a scathing attack on the BJP-led Centre over Amit Shah’s son Jay Shah controversy Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi is all set to begin the third and the final day of histripfrom Chhota Udaipur in Gujarat on Wednesday As the poll-bound stateinches closer to election day?Rahul will meet multiple groups includingtribal students in Chhota Udaipur and skilled workers in Godhra India Today reported that the Congress vice-president will hold a roadshow in Godhra This is Rahul’s schedule for Wednesday: 0945 am:Departure from Circuit House 10 am -1045 am: Interaction with tribal students at Darbar Hall Chhota Udaipur 1220 pm -1245 pm:Corner meeting on unemployment at Devgarh Baria Dahod 110 pm -140 pm:Corner meeting on ‘Adivasi adhikar’ at Limkheda Dahod 150 pm -2 pm:Darshan at Kabir Mandir Saliya Dahod 220 pm -245 pm:Corner meeting at Santroad Panchmahal 310 pm -350 pm:Swagat points at Gandhi Chowk Buravav Char Rasta & Bamania Chowk Godhra and address from the bus 410 pm -440 pm:Interaction with skilled workers at Harpreet Dhaba Tuwa Village Godhra 5:20 pm -6:20 pm:Darshan and public meeting at Fagwel Temple Ground Kheda Rahul will then catch a flight to Delhi Rahul Gandhi in Karjan on the second day of his Gujarat visit Facebook/INC Gujarat Rahul whobegan the second legof his campaign tour in Gujarat on Monday?Pitampura beat RP Academy by 30 runs to win the 3rd Players U-16 cricket tournament at Shivaji College ground. 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