she reportedly asked her family about a “suicide spot” in West Delhi’s Janakpuri District Centre.
the writer-director of hit films like Pulp Fiction,considered the epicentre of anti-Posco protests, who have high cholesterol,should be given statins (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News Women who take statins — cholesterol lowering drugs — may be at a lower risk of developing breast cancer and subsequent mortality researchers including one of Indian-origin have found The findings showed that compared to those without high cholesterol patients with high cholesterol had a 45 per cent reduced risk of breast cancer and if they did develop breast cancer a 40 per cent reduced chance of death This gives a strong indication that statins produce this protective effect in breast cancer “Showing that patients with high cholesterol have a lower risk of developing breast cancer and subsequent mortality in a longitudinal study like this provides the strongest evidence for a protective effect which is likely related to statins” said Rahul Potluri from the Aston University in the UK “Statins have some of the best mortality evidence amongst all cardiovascular medications and their use in patients with a diagnosis of high cholesterol is likely the reason this diagnosis appears to be protective against the development of breast cancer and subsequent mortality” added Paul Carter from the varsity For the study the team followed 122 million women aged 40 or more with and without a diagnosis of high cholesterol and compared the development of breast cancer and subsequent mortality rates in the two groups The results presented at the European Society of Cardiology Congress in Barcelona confirms that women with a diagnosis of high cholesterol have strikingly lower rates of breast cancer with improved death rates and survival “Patients with breast cancer who have high cholesterol people at high risk of cardiovascular disease and those with established cardiovascular disease should be given statins according to current guidelines” Carter suggested For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi- Parliament approved India’s biggest overhaul of indirect taxes on Monday after the Lok Sabha ratified a constitutional amendment Prime Minister Narendra Modi called a major step to make doing business easier The proposed goods and services tax (GST) is one of the most significant reforms since India opened its economy 25 years ago and the revamping of the tax system since the country’s independence in 1947 The measure will harmonise a mosaic of state and central levies into a national sales tax creating a single customs union widely expected to reduce business transaction costs with potentially significant long-term growth benefits The Rajya Sabha where the measure was stuck for months passed the bill last week PTI Modi hailed the passage of the bill as a "great step by team India (a) great step towards transformation great steps towards transparency" "Today an important move to free the nation from tax terrorism has begun" Modi told lawmakers in the Lok Sabha The advancement of the new sales tax is the biggest legislative victory for Modi who swept to power in 2014 promising to nurse India’s then faltering economy back to health His plans to simplify rules for land sales got scuttled in parliament last year Similarly political opposition forced him to put on hold proposed legislative changes aimed at making it easier for companies to hire and fire workers Economists too hailed the development "The completion of the Parliamentary processes for the amendment of the Constitution to enable GST introduction signifies the completion of a long process and the beginning of a period when corporates need to gear up and prepare for the opportunities and challenges of the new tax regime" said MS Mani senior director Deloitte Haskins & Sells LLP He said corporates should now consider April 2017 as the go-live date as the government’s determined efforts would ensure that they adhere to the stated timelines However there are doubts as to whether the companies can actually meet the deadline An earlier Reuters report said very few Indian companies are prepared with the required systems Tax experts say that only 20 percent of – mostly big – firms are getting ready for the GST The rest are taking things as they come in a country where coping with a changing tax regime has been a way of life for decades Probably due to the long running political bickering that stalled the bill the corporates had lost hope on the much-awaited reform It has been 13 years since the tax was first mooted but forging a political consensus has been a bruising process as the measure would curb the powers of Indian states Ironically the GST is getting closer to the finish line under Modi who while running the state of Gujarat vehemently opposed it – a fact that drew criticism from opposition benches Modi defended his stance saying his experience as a provincial chief helped him better understand and address states’ concerns "Lots of flaws have been overcome as far as the GST is concerned" he said "A trust between the centre and states has developed" Under the new regime companies will get offsets for taxes paid at different stages of the supply chain mitigating the dangers of double-taxation The finance ministry aims to roll out the GST from next April Meeting the self-imposed deadline however will be a race against time tax experts say The bill now needs the approval of half of India’s state legislatures and central and state legislatures must pass three laws to implement the tax With Reuters President Ram Nath Kovind’s swearing-in ceremony on Tuesday had all the grandeur associated with a change of guard at the Rashtrapati Bhavan guardian of the Constitution of the largest democracy on Earth However for keen students of politics the most noteworthy aspect of the ceremony lay elsewhere This was perhaps the first time in living memory that an incoming president chose to make his inaugural speech immediately after taking oath of office Therefore his first address to the nation was from the Central Hall of Parliament in the presence of the Union Council of Ministers? 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