The Delhi Police have arrested four people in total in connection with alleged vandalising of the temple.IANSUnion Home Minister and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Wednesday, July 3, summoned Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik after Sunday’s communal clash over the Chandni Chowk temple vandalisation incident.News agency ANI reported that Amit Shah reprimanded the Delhi Police over the delay in action in the case. Amit Shah, the president of India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).Reuters FileAfter meeting Amit Shah, Amulya Patnaik said, “I have briefed him about the situation here. Things are now normal in the Hauz Qazi area.”Meanwhile, the Delhi Police have arrested four people in total in connection with alleged vandalising of the temple.The Congress party targeted the Modi-led BJP government over “no action” in Delhi “temple incident”. Taking to Twitter, Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi said, “Day 2 of the temple incident and no action yet by Home Minister, Delhi Police under the BJP rules Centre. We know the ruling party doesn’t care about minorities but does it also not care for the sentiments of majority?”How a scuffle led to communal tension Tension gripped Old Delhi’s Chawri Bazaar after a fight over parking a scooter snowballed into a confrontation between Hindus and Muslims on Monday, July 1. The trouble began when 20-year-old Aas Mohammad parked his scooter outside a building, which was objected by Sanjeev Gupta, a resident of the building.Violence broke out and both communities resorted to stone pelting following which a temple was vandalised. Security has been beefed up at Lal Kuan to prevent any flare-up.A number of videos which were doing the rounds on the internet showed a man allegedly being thrashed by some people.The temple priest, Anil Kumar Pandey, said that a mob came to the temple and vandalised it. The two sides reportedly raised slogans which added fuel to the fire.
Sweating depends on body size, weight and not on gender, meaning that larger individuals sweat more than smaller ones during exercises in warm and tolerable conditions, a study has found, negating the conventional belief that gender influences sweat.The body cools itself down in two main ways: Sweating and increasing circulation to the skin’s surface. Body shape and size dictates which of these two is relied upon for heat loss, the researchers said. Also Read – Add new books to your shelf”Gender has long been thought to influence sweating and skin blood flow during heat stress. We found that these heat loss responses are, in fact, gender independent during exercise in conditions where the body can successfully regulate its temperature,” said lead author Sean Notley from the University of Wollongong in Australia.The study found that smaller males and females with more surface area per kg of body mass are more dependent on heat loss through increasing circulation and less dependent upon sweating. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveFor the study, published in the journal Experimental Physiology, the team looked at skin blood flow and sweating responses in 36 men and 24 women.They performed two trials – one of light exercise and the other of moderate – at 28 degrees Celsius and 36 per cent humidity. These are conditions where the body is able to mitigate the additional heat produced during exercise and prevent further rises in body temperature by increasing sweating and blood flow to the skin. The results showed that the body temperature changes were same in all participants within each trial regardless of the gender.
The Capital, recently, witnessed a musical evening graced by Pankaj Udhas and his awesome Ghazals. The event, held at Kamani Auditorium, celebrated the 20 years of Manthan Kala Center – a non-profit organization working for the promotion of art and culture in the society. The eminent guests present at the event were Shahnaz Husain, CMD Shahnaz Group of Companies, Arti Mehra, Former mayor Delhi, Anil Khaitan, President PHD Chamber of Commerce and industry, Mukesh Gupta, Chairman Tourism Committee PHD Chamber of Commerce, Dr Shiv Kumar Sarin along with his wife. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfManthan has also been working for the education of underprivileged blind girls. It has constructed a Media Research Centre in Delhi to provide vocational training to blind students and an auditorium in Siliguri, West Bengal for blind students to stage their performances and conduct cultural events.The NGO organizes innumerable multi faceted programs for its members and their children, which include grand dandia nights involving participation of over 1500 people, plays by famous artists, sport events, car rallies, and much more. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveSince its inception, Manthan has crossed several milestones in its journey and has conducted an array of programmer including performances by senior artistes for the cause.Some prominent personalities who have been associated with Manthan include Javed Akhtar, Amjad Ali Khan, Hema Malini, Pandit Jasraj, Ghulam Ali, Vijayantimala Bali, Sonu Nigam, Abhijit, Udit Narayan, Phalguni Pathak, Lucky Ali, Poonam Dhillon, Sudesh Bhonsle, Sonali Bendre, and others.
Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals RoboRoaches for sale, iBeengo wants you to go too, highlighting the MBA for entrepreneurs, the war on working from home, Burberry CEO dishes on the future of retail and design, A tech writer goes on a social-media diet… This week’s notable news and tantalizing tidbits for entrepreneurs:1. The cyborg cockroach: Part insect, part machine, the first commercially available cyborg will become reality in the form of a remote-controlled “RoboRoach.” The Dr. Moreau-esque creation of Backyard Brains came to fruition by popular demand as a Kickstarter project. (Vice)2. Been there, done that: Two Taiwanese-Canadian brothers are revolutionizing the typical travel tour with their startup called iBeengo, by giving the customers what they want, flexibility and customization. (BBC)3. The MBA for entrepreneurs: The Acton School of Business has created a MBA program geared toward entrepreneurs looking to create, grow and possibly sell a business, not investment bankers looking to run a hedgefund. (Forbes)4. The war on working from home: The second wave of the work-from-home movement is upon us, and it seems that round-one enthusiasts are recasting their votes. Big companies like HP, Yahoo and Best Buy are all reining in their workers. Find out why. (Wired)5. Bite-sized insight from Burberry: Burberry CEO, Angela Ahrendts, talks in a 30-second video about the future of retail, and the connection between business, design and technology. (Fast Company)6. Government shutdown = no new beer: Beer and spirits have been the quiet small-business heroes of the recession, but the government shutdown has stopped these craft brewers in their tracks because of the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, or TTB, which is a little known arm of the Treasury Department. (Fox News)7. My social-media diet: Tech writer Jessi Hempel gave up social media for a month to figure out what she gained from inserting social technology into her life in the last decade. The good, the bad, the mundane… here are her findings. (Fortune magazine)8. Gellin with Yellen: President Obama has nominated Janet Yellen to be head of the Federal Reserve. Many are concerned, but with a specialty in jobs and labor markets, now vice chairwoman might be just the remedy the U.S. needs. (LA Times)9. Motivate yourself: Serial entrepreneur and investor, Mark Suster, talks about the insecurities, uncertainties and stress that come with starting a business — and how he keeps himself motivated. (LinkedIn Today)10. The small biz behind HealthCare.gov: Before big developers took control, a small team of engineers laid the groundwork for the face of the new health care exchanges at HealthCare.gov. Development Seed president, Eric Gundersen explains how the site was supposed to work, and what the current issues are. (Washington Post) Register Now » 3 min read Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. October 11, 2013
June 17, 2016 Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals Keeping up with SEO (Search Engine Optimization) best practices is a challenge for most businesses. Google always seems to have a major algorithm change on the horizon — not to mention the changes they make without telling anyone.Hiring a firm can be a valuable way to ensure your business stays on top of the SEO game but only if you find the right one. Here are 10 questions you should ask any SEO firm before signing on.1. What SEO services do you offer?SEO encompasses a lot of different tasks. You need to have a clear understanding of what the firm will be responsible for and what tasks are left for you. Which technical, off-page and on-page tasks are they prepared to handle? And since SEO, content marketing and PPC (Pay-Per-Click) are so interconnected, you might want to find a firm that’s set up to help you out with all three.Related: Here’s What Really Matters for SEO in 20162. Do you have case studies that demonstrate your work in action?Any SEO firm worth your time will have plenty of case studies and a portfolio of happy clients for you to look at. You should be able to see how some of their current clients are ranking well or at least significantly improving their rank. At the very least, they should be able to demonstrate the effectiveness of their own site in search results. If they lack this evidence, it’s a red flag.3. How exactly will you increase my organic traffic?This is an important question to ask, because there are a lot of ways to create temporary holes in rankings that aren’t sustainable long-term. Specifically, you’ll want to know whether or not the firm will follow Google’s best practices to safeguard you from penalties later on. A high quality firm should be able to provide you with a clear outline of their action plan to increase your organic traffic.4. What tools do you use?There are many tools SEO firms can use, including tools for keyword research, technical SEO tools like site crawlers and reporting tools. Make sure you have a clear understanding of what each tool is used for. Some tools, such as forum scrapers and link building tools, are often used for black hat SEO, but they can have some white hat purposes as well.5. What about link building?Link building is a touchy subject, because a lot has changed recently regarding how to optimize for this ranking factor. Unnatural backlinks from low quality sites can harm your SEO. Natural links from high authority domains can help. If the firm is taking on link building as part of their services, you should know how they’re going about it. In most cases, getting high authority links will require business clout, not the firm’s.Related: 6 Advanced Techniques for Link-Building as a Future SEO Strategy6. How often will you report your work?There are many key performance indicators you can monitor to see how your efforts are going. You’ll want to know how often the firm plans to report back to you about these SEO metrics. It’s worth noting that leading marketers tend to check their metrics more often than those lagging behind:7. How can I track the changes you make to my website?When you hire an SEO firm, you have no choice but to give them access to your website. That’s why it’s important to find a firm you can trust, and make sure they’re prepared to report on whatever changes they make to your site. They should keep a log of all changes made so that you can refer to it at any time if something goes wrong or if your SEO firm becomes unresponsive.8. What can you promise me if I use your services?If their answer to this question is disappointing, it should be. An SEO firm just trying to make a sale will happily tell you that they’ll get your site ranking number one for a certain keyword. But it’s just impossible to know that. No one knows how many ranking factors there are, when more will be introduced or when then next algorithm update will be. The firm shouldn’t be able to make any guarantees for SEO. If they do, it’s time to walk away.Related: 7 Red Flags Your SEO Firm Is Going to Rip You Off9. What is your payment structure?Does the firm charge per project, per hour, monthly? If they provided you with an outline of their SEO plan, you can ask for an estimated cost for the whole project as well. Also, keep in mind that anyone can call themselves an SEO expert. If you find a firm with seriously lower prices than the others, that might be a red flag in and of itself.10. Can you demonstrate my ROI from this investment?According to Hubspot, proving ROI is the biggest challenge inbound marketers face today.And since demonstrating ROI is key to unlocking a marketing budget, you can’t afford to have a question mark when it comes to your SEO firm. If their activity tracking and analytics are up to snuff, your SEO firm should be able to show you the exact payoff for your money spent.Know any other important questions you should ask an SEO firm before signing on? Share your suggestions by leaving a comment below.Images: Softloom, Hubspot Register Now » 5 min read Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.