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And the state is too weak to act, he should cancel this concert. but when Mourinho won that race the Italian switched to Morata, the 24-year-old has given United a swagger they badly missed during a series of dull stalemates at Old Trafford last season. and ensuring that these young people are properly trained and employable after obtaining their degrees.To that end instead of directing its energies towards creating barriers for private players and foreign institutions in the higher education sector it should encourage their participation in the creation of many more and better equipped colleges and universities It is not incidental that the foreign universities bill meant to regulate the entry and operations of foreign universities in India has been in legislative limbo since 2010 along with three other bills pertaining to higher education reform introduced in the Lok Sabha Notwithstanding the HRD ministry’s attempt in September last year to bypass the legislative route to allow foreign institutes to set up campuses as non-profit companies via the new Companies Act private and foreign players in the higher education sector continue to be regarded with a reflexive suspicion This is both misplaced and counterproductive For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | New York | Updated: November 25 2014 4:11 pm Doctors may inadvertently be creating a new generation of illegal recreational drug users by prescribing anti-anxiety or sleep medications to teenagers (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News Doctors may inadvertently be creating a new generation of illegal recreational drug users by prescribing anti-anxiety or sleep medications to teenagers say University of Michigan researchers Teenagers prescribed anxiety or sleep medications are up to 12 times more likely to abuse those drugs than those who have never received a prescription often by obtaining additional pills from friends or family members the findings showed Nearly nine percent of the 2745 adolescent study participants had received a prescription for anxiety or sleep medications during their lifetime and more than three percent received at least one prescription during the three-year study period “I recognise the importance of these medications in treating anxiety and sleep problems However the number of adolescents prescribed these medications and the number misusing them is disturbing for several reasons” said Carol Boyd the study’s first author and professor of women’s studies Anxiety and sleep medications can be addictive or even fatal when mixed with narcotics or alcohol “What happened to Australian actor Heath Ledger could happen to any teenager who is misusing these medications particularly if the teenager uses alcohol in combination with these drugs” Boyd added Ledger died from combined drug intoxication involving prescription drugs in 2008 Examples of anti-anxiety medications include Klonopin Xanax and Ativan; sleep medications include Ambien Restoril and Lunesta “These are controlled substances partly because of their potential for abuse and it is a felony to share them” Boyd said The researchers recommend better education for parents and adolescents prescribed these medications monitoring refills and making it standard practice to provide teenagers with a substance use assessment before prescribing these drugs For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai:At least 12 persons including minors and an on-duty policeman lost their lives during immersion ceremonies on Anant Chaturdashi marking the end of the 12-day long Ganeshotsav celebrations throughout the state on Tuesday officials said Four persons drowned in the Indrayani river in the twin cities of Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad three in Aurangabad two in Jalgaon and one each in Nashik and Beed during the day as thousands of the gigantic large medium and small idols of the popular elephant-headed god Lord Ganesha were taken out for immersions in various water bodies Representational image PTI In Mumbai an Assistant Sub-Inspector who was posted on Ganeshotsav duty at Lalbaug in Parel suddenly collapsed and died Further details were awaited One person was reported to be missing in Indrayani river in Pune and a search is on to trace him officials said Earlier in the morning idols of Lord Ganesha were taken down from their pedestals amid chanting of the "Udvasana Mantra" and carried out of the various marquees societies and individual homes in Mumbai Thane Pune Kolhapur Nagpur Nashik coastal Konkan districts and other towns in the state This was the 125th year of the state’s biggest public festival started in a modest way by Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak in 1894 to rally the masses during the Independence movement and bypass restrictions imposed by the British rulers on public meetings The idols were brought onto the roads to the accompaniment of ‘dhols’ (drums) cymbals with thousands dancing and chanting "Ganpati Bappa Moraya Pudhchya Varshi Lavkar Ya" (Lord Ganesha bless us come soon next year) in clouds of auspicious red ‘gulaal’ Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and is family members immersed their idol in an artificial pond outside his home while several ministers and lawmakers joined the festivities by dancing playing ‘lezim’ and beating drums with the public Tight security by multiple agencies was in place in Mumbai since the Ganesh Chaturthi on August 25 with over 40000 personnel of the Mumbai Police teams of Fire Brigade the Indian Navy the Indian Coast Guard disaster management units deployed Besides helicopters high-speed patrol boats and hovercrafts watched over the coastline and over 5000 CCTVs closely monitored the western megapolis Drones too kept an eye in Mumbai and other cities both for aerial surveillance and for beaming real-time images to the monitoring agencies during the immersion ceremonies A team of Disaster Amateur Radio Emergency Services an amateur HAM radio operators’ group was also active at various spots in Mumbai The main immersion site in Mumbai was the the historic Girgaum Chowpatty which attacted several lakh people including domestic and foreign tourists Top officials like Police Commissioner Datta Padsalgikar and BrihanMumbai Corporation (BMC) Commissioner Ajoy Mehta personally kept a tab on all the developments Thousands of domestic idols also joined the giants for immersions at the Dadar Chowpatty Mahim seaface beaches of Juhu Versova Gorai Madh Marve Manori Sanjay Gandhi National Park and Aarey Milk Colony natural ponds and artificial water bodies created for an eco-friendly immersion all over Mumbai Besides Mumbai the other major immersions have begun in the coastal district of Palghar Thane Raigad Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg since daybreak in the presence of lifeguards provided by various civic bodies and volunteers at the seashores beaches local rivers lakes and ponds The immersions are expected to continue till late in the night This year Mumbai hosted around 11550 big Ganeshotsav celebrations with budgets running into several crores of rupees; 190000 medium or small groups with budgets of around Rs 500000 to Rs 5 million and millions of individual households in Mumbai and rest of Maharashtra Naresh Dahibhavkar the President of BrihanMumbai Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Samanvay Samiti said this year there were around 300 gigantic idols in public marquees within the prescribed height limit of 18-feet This year the Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation made special arrangements for domestic and international tourists from the US Europe Japan Thailand and other countries to view the immersion ceremonies at Girguam and other places as part of its new intiative — the Ganeshotsav Tourism As usual some of the biggest idols were seen in Mumbai at the famed Lalbaug-cha Raja Ganesh Gully Borivali’s Kastur Park Sewri-cha Raja Andheri-cha Raja Fort-cha Raja Khetwadi Bandra and Shivaji Park which are due for immersions later in the night with the ceremonies likely to continue till Wednesday dawn Post-immersions several NGOs celebs students and volunteers have announced elaborate beach cleaning programmes in Mumbai Thane Raigad and other parts of the state Written by Agencies | Rourkela (orissa) | Published: July 17 2009 3:20 pm Related News Maoists shot dead a police officer they had abducted and a CRPF jawan was killed on Friday in a landmine explosion during combing operation launched to rescue him at Chandiposh forest areaabout 50 km from Rourkela The body of sub-inspector (SI) Ajit Bardhan (30)abducted by armed Maoists late last nightwas recovered during a combing operation at Jharbeda in dense forest of Chandiposhpolice said The police said there was a gunshot mark on the head Meanwhilea CRPF jawanAbdul Rafiq (29) was killed in a landmine explosion during combing operation to rescue him at a place between Chandiposh and Jharbedathe police said More than 50 Maoists kidnapped Bardhan when he was on the way to work at Koida police station by a jeep The ultras also looted an explosive-laden van Van driver Trinath Sahoo who tried to speed away with the vehicle sustained bullet injury and was admitted to a hospital The police said Maoists first targeted the explosives meant for mining activities on NH-23 near Champajharan and then kidnapped the police officer who was incidentally travelling on the route by a jeep The ultras released the jeep driver when Bardhan requested them not to harm a private jeep driver The helper of the explosive-laden van who had fled immediately after the attack by Maoists were yet to be tracedthe police said According to IG (Western Range) P AcharyaMaoists had taken the looted van to Manuapada village bordering Jharkhand The ultras had set the van afire after shifting the explosives to another vehiclehe said adding the burnt vehicle was located by the combing team The explosive materials are transported by private carrier for mining in mineral rich areas of Sundargarh district Rourkela SPD Patnaik who is monitoring the combing operation said Maoists were suspected to have entered deep inside Chandiposh forest This was perhaps the first instance in Sundargarh district when Maoists kidnapped and killed a police officer though there were instances of abduction of forest and railway employees in the pastthe police said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLeicester City manager Claudio Ranieri has described Jamie Vardy as a "fantastic horse" and says that his Premier League title-chasing players were "too small or too slow" for other clubs A year ago Leicester were six points from safety at the foot of the table but Sunday’s 1-0 win over Southampton left them seven points clear of second-place Tottenham Hotspur with six games to play The late-blossoming Vardy 29 has spearheaded Leicester’s extraordinary title tilt with 19 goals and Ranieri said the England international was "not a footballer" but "a fantastic horse" File photo of Claudio Ranieri congratulating Jamie Vardy Getty Images He added: "He has a need to be free out there on the pitch I say to him ‘You are free to move however you want but you must help us when we lose the ball That’s all I ask of you "’If you start to press the opposition all of your team-mates will follow you’" Leicester’s squad was assembled for a fraction of the cost of rival line-ups with Vardy costing just 1 million ($14 million 12 million euros) and Algerian star Riyad Mahrez a mere 400000 "Perhaps you have heard their names now" Ranieri wrote in an article for website The Players’ Tribune published on Wednesday "Players who were considered too small or too slow for other big clubs N’Golo Kante Jamie Vardy Wes Morgan Danny Drinkwater Riyad Mahrez "When I arrived my first day of training and I saw the quality of these players I knew how good they could be" On Kante a 56 million close-season capture from Caen Ranieri said: "This player Kante he was running so hard (in training) that I thought he must have a pack full of batteries hidden in his shorts" The Italian said that he had told the newly capped France international: "’One day I’m going to see you cross the ball and then finish the cross with a header yourself’" Pizza surprise Ranieri has played down Leicester’s title chances all season but with the finishing line approaching he concedes that he cannot ignore the huge excitement his team have caused "I am 64 years old so I do not go out much" said the former Chelsea Juventus and Monaco manager "But lately I have indeed been hearing the noise from all over the world It is impossible to ignore" He added: "No matter what happens to end this season I think our story is important for all football fans around the world "It gives hope to all the young players out there who have been told they are not good enough" Ranieri also revealed that during the club’s trip to a local pizzeria in October — the reward for their first clean sheet of the season against Crystal Palace — he made the players make their own pizzas "I had a surprise for them when we got there" he said "I said ‘You have to work for everything You work for your pizza too We will make our own’ "So we went into the kitchen with the dough and the cheese and the sauce We tossed our own pies It was very good too" Meanwhile goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel said that the experience of Leicester’s promotion from the Championship in 2014 would stand him and his team-mates in good stead in the title run-in "Granted it was in another league but a lot of us have done this before" said the Denmark international in comments published in British newspapers "A lot of those players are still here from that period and we know what it’s like You’ve got to take it one game at a time" Udhagamandalam:Former ace leg spinner Anil Kumble today expressed hope that India would win the ICC World Twenty 20 Championship "The world cup is round the corner and I am hoping that India will bring the cup" Kumble told reporters here on the sidelines of a training programme of his academy Tenvic Former India leg-spinner AFP Replying to a question about playing against Pakistan he said whenever India played against any one "We played for the cause of the team" Kumble said On the performance of off-spinner R Ashwin the former India captain said: "He is really capable Probably he is the number one spinner in the world and performed well over the years" Kumble isn’t the only former Indian cricketer to have given India the favourites tag in the upcoming ICC World T20 Earlier former Indian opening batsman Virender Sehwag had put India as the favourites to win the Twenty 20 World Cup? 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