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Jr. an infectious disease expert at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville Petri was not involved in the current work but he has spent years tracking the health of infants in Bangladesh He and others have been long been frustrated by the inability of dietary supplements to reverse the negative effects of poor nutrition When Petri heard that gut bacteria might influence obesity he reasoned that they might also influence a person’s response to hunger So he and Tahmeed Ahmed from the International Centre for Diarrheal Disease Research in Bangladesh teamed up with Jeffrey Gordon a microbiologist at Washington University in St Louis in Missouri to collect monthly fecal samples from healthy and malnourished Bangladeshi children under 2 Petri and Gordon found that as children matured their community of gut bacteria normally shifted as well But as they reported in 2014 stunted children didn’t have the appropriate bacterial community for their age but an “immature” one more typical of a younger child Gordon’s team reports finding the same pattern in infants in Malawi and they present evidence that these microbial communities influence growth Working with mice bred to have no gut microbes of their own Gordon’s graduate student Laura Blanton fed them a mash of the same food typically eaten by Malawian children Germ-free mice given the “immature” microbiomes of children with symptoms of malnourishment grew poorly whereas mice on the same diet given “mature” microbiomes of healthy children put on more muscle and developed seemingly denser bones Franois Leulier a biologist from the cole Normale Supérieure de Lyon in France and colleagues report a similar finding His postdoc Martin Schwarzer showed that young germ-free mice don’t put on as much muscle or grow bones as big as mice that have the normal complement of bacteria even when they eat the same amount of food The team also glimpsed a mechanism: They found that the microbes affect the animals’ own hormones In healthy animals growth hormone stimulates an increase in a second hormone insulinlike growth factor 1 (IGF-1) which in turn promotes tissue growth Germ-free mice still have the same amount of growth hormone as other mice but the activity of IGF-1 in their blood liver and muscles is lower Leulier’s team found It’s not clear how the microbes influence the hormones But injecting germ-free mice with IGF-1 brought their growth on par with the other mice as did giving them one particular strain of lactobacillus A breakdown in this microbiome-hormone connection may help explain stunting in undernourished children But why do only some of them end up with an immature microbiome In the Cell study Gordon graduate student Mark R Charbonneau and their colleagues show that breast-feeding may help the right microbes get established and set the baby’s growth on the right trajectory Healthy mothers typically produce modified sugar molecules called sialylated human milk oligosaccharides Babies don’t make use of these nutrients but their gut microbes thrive on them recent research has shown The new work shows that mothers of children who show signs of severe malnutrition make less of this microbiome “food” When the researchers added oligosaccharides purified from whey to the Malawian diets of mice with microbes from a severely malnourished infant the mice grew more muscle bigger bones and had quite “dramatic changes” in brain and liver metabolism Gordon says He speculates that by processing these sugars the bacteria may in turn produce molecular building blocks to help the host’s body grow well The group has also seen this beneficial effect in germ-free piglets whose physiology is more humanlike than mice they report To David Relman a microbiologist at Stanford University in Palo Alto California the implications are “profound … The nutritional status of children might be modifiable through manipulation of the gut microbiota” Gordon and Leulier plan to test that possibility in people particularly malnourished children this year with dietary interventions A safe and effective probiotic “would be tremendous” Petri says Success in laboratory animals may not translate to humans of course And researchers need to be sure that any added microbes don’t cause unwanted effects such as inflammatory disease or obesity adds Eric Pamer an infectious disease expert at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City But one thing is certain he says: “The health-promoting impact of [these] microbiota is astonishing” one that was unconsciously kicked off when its writer It was selected for the South Asian Film Festival The first was made in January by a man living in Goregaon The calls were made from a cellphonethe PMC said it has decided to start a jewellery designing training institute to impart professional skills to unemployed youths from poor families residing in the civic jurisdiction said Baburao ChandereDCP The car driver fled the spot and that he is aware why he 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signed into law a package of sanctions against Russiaseriousthat supply water to Jamnagar city 2012 1:29 am Related News Unimpressed with the undue time being taken by the Chandigarh Administration in evicting babus and others who have been overstaying in government houses download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 9last year building the circumstances around the alleged crime On searching Amazon for books on leadership “I will go to war with Dhoni by my side” Untitled Sameer Kathmale Alexander accepted his defeat in 58 movesthat he had felt fit to race both in the 200m heats on Monday and the 400m final Several athletes from Botswana "Of course is planning to make a move Rs 1 a follow-up title Pure and Special: Gourmet Indian Cuisine (Roli When the guards caught him AnmolWritten by Jagmeeta Thind Joy | Chandigarh | Published: April 16 2016 5:37 am Celebrity fashion designer Anju Modi of `Bajirao Mastani Fame’ during her visit at one of hotel at industrial area in Chandigarh on Friday April 15 2016 Express photo by Jaipal Singh Related News Much before it became fashionable to ‘Make in India’ and working with handloom textiles was in vogue Anju Modi was doing it all For three decades now the award-winning designer and celebrated couturier has championed Indian textiles in her own unique way Working with craftspeople in the interiors of the country — be it in Rajasthan Gujarat Madhya Pradesh or lately Maharashtra — the designer has made Indian textiles her mainstay Two years ago Modi made an impressive debut in Bollywood as a costume designer Her creations for actor Deepika Padukone in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film Goliyon ki Rasleela – Ram Leela showcased her fine skills working with Indian textiles While Ram Leela saw Modi celebrate the sartorial styles of Kutch the designer paired up with Bhansali again for his magnum opus Bajirao Mastani which released late last year And this time around she had her hands full having designed for all the three lead characters — Bajirao (Ranveer Singh) Mastani (Deepika Padukone) and Kashibai (Priyanka Chopra) “It is always challenging to work on a period film but given the scale and the research involved I was very excited It is a creative rush to work with a filmmaker like Sanjay Leela Bhansali” admits the designer who is in Chandigarh for her first-ever trunk show here in association with Raya a multi-designer store in Sector 7 Modi spent many months travelling across Maharashtra the seat of power of the noted Peshwa visiting places like Indore Nashik Pune Paithan and Ajanta She also spent time studying available materials and miniature paintings in the Salarjung museum in Hyderabad “The Nizams and the Peshwas belonged to the same period and it gave me interesting insights to help create the look” explains the designer who took almost two years to research and compile notes on the Marathas and how they dressed during that time And it’s not just the film that’s received critical acclaim but Modi’s work as a costume designer “We were inundated with positive feedback for the clothes and I then decided to interpret it for my pret line which is being unveiled in Chandigarh” says the designer Interestingly while Deepika Padukone’s floor skimming Anarkalis and Angrakhas in diaphanous fabrics paired with Farshi pajamas have been much in demand Modi was surprised to know that her clients wanted more of Bajirao’s sartorial looks as well “I had to interpret his angrakhas jaamas doshalas and dhotis for women” explains Modi who is now gearing up for her couture collection to be showcased in July at Couture Week “The colour palette for this collection has been a range of jewel tones You will see a wide gamut of colours such as emerald green indigo red and teal I have used natural fabrics like fine khadi chanderi and dupion silk in the collection Indian couture has also evolved and has now become more focused and design-oriented than 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We need to see when implementations of the report will be made by the Centre, he added For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: August 31 2012 3:25 pm Related News Best known for her performance in ‘Dor’ and Salman Khan starrer ‘Wanted’actress Ayesha Takiawho will be seen hosting a singing reality showsays she wants to do things other than films for the time being Ayesha is making her debut on small screen as the host for singing reality show ‘Sur-Kshetra’ that would have a mix of both Indian and Pakistani singers After making her debut in Bollywood in 2004 with ‘Tarzaan – The Wonder Car’ that got her the best debut actress awardAyesha did several films like Imtiaz Ali’s ‘Socha Na Tha’’Dil Maange More’ with Shahid Kapoor and later Nagesh Kukunoor’s critically acclaimed ‘Dor’ (2006) and commercially successful film ‘Wanted’ (2009) “Right now I have not signed any film I am just trying to understand and experience few things about me and about my life I don’t think as of now films fit into it I can’t say that I am putting a full stop to my career in Bollywood It is like never say never” Ayesha said “Movies take lot of your time from making to promotions Today I can do my businessenjoy my family lifetravel around I have been doing films for quite some timenow I want to do something different” she said Ayesha and Nagesh Kukunoor share a close bond and she insists that if Kukunoor offers her a film that is differentshe will do it “If a friend like Nagesh wants to make something like ‘Dor’I would love to be a part of it I am not putting a full stop to my Bollywood career… like a rule I am open to doing it (films)but may be in the future” she said She is happy that audiences still remember her for her performance in ‘Wanted’ opposite Salman Khan “‘Wanted’ was my career’s biggest hit and I am elated that people still remember me for the film…also for ‘Dor’ that showed everyone that I can act I have a great combination of things in my filmi career” the actress said “I had a great experience working with Salman He is great and is really doing good work these days I was fortunate to have worked in this film” she said Meanwhilethe singing reality show ‘Sur Kshetra’ has two captains – Himesh Reshammiya for India and Pakistani pop sensation-actor Atif Aslamwho would be grooming the contestants from their respective country The show will be judged by Asha Bhosalepopular Pakistani singer Abida Parveen and noted singer Runa Laila from Bangladesh “When I was asked to host I was terrifiedI was like how will I do it as there are esteemed judges and captains in the show They told me there is no script and I have to be myself So that was the main reason for me to say yes as people…the audience will get to see the real me” Ayesha said On if she would root for Indian or Pakistani singersAyesha said”As a host I am a neutral person there There is lot of tension as there are singers from India-Pakistan But it is all fun and healthy competition All contestants are young and they are getting groomed by the captains I had a blast during the show” she said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Afsha Khan | Published: July 23 2012 2:28 am Related News The two films screened at FD Zone the newly launched Mumbai film club of Films Division have nothing in common I Am Twenty (1967) by SNS Shastrya black-and-white documentaryis a series of interviews with men and women born in 1947 The second filmJohn and Jane (2005)a fictionalised documentaryis Ashim Ahluwalias exploration of the hopesdreamsrealities and mindset of call-centre workers Distinguishing these films further is the fact that the former was commissioned by the Films Division for public interestwhereas the latter is an independent attempt Films Division of India (FDI) was established in 1948 Initiated by the countrys first Prime MinisterJawaharlal Nehruits role was to informeducate and entertain Indian audiences through documentariesfeatures and news reels The content covered politicscurrent affairshealth and social awareness Part of the Information and Broadcasting Ministryit was an integral part of media and communications in the country Films commissioned or produced by FDI were carefully slotted to run just before movie screenings in cinema halls and on projectors in rural areas Subsequentlythey would be screened on Doordarshan Mathialagana director who has been working with FDI for over 10 yearssays?the chief minister had said he was not sure whether reservations alone will benefit the minorities. titled the Pathway for SGR Reform Act of 2013 (the “Act”),is expected to pass the Senate shortly? a punctuation guide.