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The report is not anti-exercise It found that exercising 30 to 60 minutes a day produced clinically meaningful health results in both groupsand led to real weight loss outcomes One explanation for the men who exercised morebut lost lessis that they may have secretly increased their food consumption because they got hungrier after doing more If sothey did not declare it on their diet charts The study is published in the American Journal of Physiology ( For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Divya A | Published: August 2 2017 12:15 am Model of the Taj Mahal Related News When Lemuel Gulliver a surgeon and sea captain sets out to visit remote regions of the world the first spot he lands at is the island of Lilliput where the inhabitants are merely six inches tall The fictitious island from Jonathan Swift’s 1726 novel Gulliver’s Travels may have been brought to life in New York City albeit here the entire world is in miniature Titled “Gulliver’s Gate” the latest exhibit at Times Square features landmark cities and monuments from various continents with a huge portion dedicated to Asia The permanent exhibit has been visualised and created by more than 100 artists from across the world A full city block wide (approx 50000-square-feet) showcase comprises interactive miniature models created to scale at roughly 1/90 of the original The display spans four rooms and is lit up by thousands of mini LED lightbulbs The Asia section — which starts with the Taj Mahal also includes the Forbidden City in Beijing Angkor Wat in Cambodia Malaysia’s Petronas Twin Towers and Mount Fuji in Japan “Comprising almost half the exhibition space the Asia exhibits were built in Beijing and took 29 artists and 178 days to create it” says Eiran Gazit Founder and CEO Gulliver’s Gate adding that they have received many visitors from south Asia specially India ever since the exhibit was thrown open to public a few months ago Gazit says “Currently the Taj Mahal is the only Indian landmark but we will be evolving our exhibit to include additional landmarks from India and around the world” Gazit says that the idea for the permanent showcase grew out of his earlier project “Mini-Israel” a 14-acre park with models of Israeli sites He — along with co-founder Michael Langer — decided to bring an even larger project to New York and the mammoth display took four years to come together On the selection of cities to be highlighted Gazit says they relied on local teams from each region to decide what scenes and landmarks should be represented For instance the United Kingdom section has the Buckingham Palace Tower Bridge and a movie theatre where a group of penguins are watching Happy Feet In the New York model the One World Trade Center Rockefeller Center High Line and Empire State Building come alive An evening chaos with people scrambling to catch the subway add a generous dose of realism to the display Similar to the actual world the world of small also has cars trains buildings and people — even the homeless Gavit is now planning to expand the showcase to other locations around the world; in India Mumbai and New Delhi are already under consideration It’s a small world Some times literally For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: March 30 2011 4:51 pm Related News Even as India and Pakistan fight it out in the cricket grounds of Mohalisocial networking site Twitter is abuzz about another clashthe one between actress Gul Panag and author Chetan Bhagat It began with the ‘Two States’ writer cracking a joke about Panag’s nametweeting”If gulpanag had married umar gul (Pakistani cricketer)wud her name become gul gul(sic)” Panagwho recently married childhood friendRishi Attaria pilotshot back saying”At least you are expected to be more original than that” She then re-tweeted a comment made by one of her followers who wrote to Bhagat”Such an old and boring joke” Bhagat was then bombarded by a series of comments about his jokewith one writing”match dekh lo bhai sahab gul memsahab happily married hain ab (Watch the matchGul is happily married now)” The ‘Turning 30’ star who has been keeping her fans updated about her honeymoonmarried her husband Attari on March 12 in a traditional Gurudwara ceremony After the ceremonythe couple rode to their reception in a bikewith Panag sitting in a sidecar For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Panaji | Published: March 18 2010 10:33 am Related News A 33-year-old Russian lady was found dead in her hotel room at Arapora area in North Goa on Wednesdaypolice said The deceased identified as Elena was found dead in her roomwhere she was staying aloneat around 10 pm Police inspector Manjunath Desai said the lady had arrived in the state on tourist visa six days back and was supposed to return back to Russia on March 24 She had travelled alone to India Anjuna police were informed about the incident by hotel staff who had opened her room with a master key when she did not respond to their calls this evening “The door was locked from inside” Desai said Police have sent the body for post-mortem According to official dataabout 40000 Russians visit Goa annually and the count is increasing The state has recently witnessed a spate of crime against foreignersincluding a rape of nine-year-old Russian girl reported in January For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: September 2 2012 1:17 pm Related News Audiences got a rare opportunity to watch V Shantaram’s rare 1937 social classic ‘Duniya Na Mane’ screened on the opening day of the Delhi Book Fair to commemorate 100 years of Indian cinema Made only six years after the advent of talkies in Hindi cinemathe filmmade by Shantaram’s ‘Prabhat Film Company’wowed the albeit thin audience for its incredible sense of humourits trenchant wit and satire The filmthough made in the 1930swas far ahead of its time and broached the issue of treatment of women in Indian society Also called ‘The Unexpected’the film is based on the Marathi novel’Na Patnari Goshta’ by Narayan Hari Aptewho also wrote its screenplay The story revolves around the character named Kamalaplayed by Shanta Aptewho as an orphaned young girl is married off to an old wealthy manfor greed Though the audience was conspicuous by it absencethe 20-odd crowdcomprising both young and olddefinitely went back feeling more fortunate than those who missed it “I’m glad I could see a gem like this People do not understand old films because it is removed from the current era Butwomen still suffer like the heroine did in the filmespecially in the villages where they are still forcibly married to older men” said Ravia student “I think films like these are still relevant Andpeople should appreciate it” he added The film is also known for its elegant camerawork and some rare shots like when ‘the old man/Kakasaheb’played by Keshavrao Datesees himself in pieces of a broken mirror or when the heroine sings around the gramophonewhich is a constant theme in the film The film is also known for featuring the English song ‘A Psalm of Life’a poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Andit was sung by the actor Shanta Apte herself Back thenthe movie attained both critical and commercial success so much so that it went on to be screened at the Venice International Film Festival It was also made in Marathi as ‘Kunku’ Along with the Delhi Book Fairthe India Trade Promotion Organisation is also commemorating the 100 years of Indian cinema by screening masterpieces adapted from the works of famous authors at ‘Shakuntalam’ theatre of Pragati Maidan herefrom September 1 to 9 Ritwik Ghatak’s ‘Meghe Dhaka Tara’ (Bengali) based on the novel by Shaktipada RajguruDev Anand’s ‘Guide’ adapted from RK Narayan’s work’Samskara’ (Kannada) based on UR Ananthamurthy’s novel are set to be screened The schedule is a mix of old and new filmswith ‘Umbartha’ based on Marathi novel ‘Beghar’Vidya Balan-starrer ‘Parineeta’ adapted from Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s Bengali novel and ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ being included The curtains come down on September 9 with ‘3 Idiots’ adapted from Chetan Bhagat’s bestseller For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News

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