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Special assistant public prosecutor in the case,23:[email protected] @DreamWarriorpic @prabhu_sr @srprakashbabu #Suriya36, continued a stellar run with a 3-0 win at Bayer Leverkusen who were down to 10 men after Kevin Volland was dismissed in the sixth minute.Eleventh-placed Leverkusen’s miserable afternoon was complete when coach Roger Schmidt was sent to the stands for a verbal attack on Hoffenheim counterpart Julian Nagelsmann Schmidt could face a heavy punishment as a repeat offender Hoffenheim climbed to third spot on 16 points with their fourth win on the trot Germany striker Mario Gomez finally scored for his new club VfL Wolfsburg but it was not enough as his 15th placed side led by interim coach Valerien Ismael slumped to a 3-1 defeat at Darmstadt 98 Written by Parmita Uniyal | New Delhi | Updated: July 28 2014 10:53 am Mandira Bedi turns parenting guru for Indian Express (Source: Indian Express Photo by Amit Mehra) Related News She might go with the flow as far as her career is concerned but when Mandira Bedi is in the role of a mother she turns into a strict disciplinarywho doesn’t let her three-year-old son Vir have his way and definitely doesn’t give in to his tantrums The world of the glamourous diva who’s also known to be a trend-setter a fashion icon and a consummate actor right now revolves around her little bundle of joy and she make sure she stays with him for not less than 5 days in a week while managing to retain those million-dollar looks and an envious figure which she says is her fittest so far Does this perfectionism reflect on her parenting style too The lady shares parenting tips for new moms and the lessons she learnt from her experience of motherhood with Indian Express on the sidelines of the launch of Imaginative Lighting Philip’s new product range in association with Disney and amazoncom Tip 1: Become a child around your kid and let the magic unfold Mandira’s take: Right now I am enjoying the magic that unfolds every minute I become a child with him which affects my television choices all the time – I’ve started watching a lot of cartoons etc Imagination is important around a kid (Source: Indian Express Photo by Amit Mehra) Tip 2: Find new ways to keep your kid entertained Mandira’s take: When Veer was small he used to cry and I put him to sleep But it’s not so simple anymore He gets bored very easily When kids grow up they need to be entertained I’ve to constantly think of new ways to keep him hooked Tip 3: Use technology to its best Mandira’s take: Think of the time when there were hardly things like television smartphones tablets etc to engage your kid Now that we have so many gadgets it’s much easier So when Vir’s not eating or is ill I show him something on ipad Technology is not an enemy for a kid if used in a right way (Source: Indian Express Photo by Amit Mehra) Tip 4: There’s no substitute for outdoors Mandira’s take: True that we have lots of gadgets now But that doesn’t mean the child skips outdoors Kids should go outdoors I take Vir out every evening when I am with him and it’s not raining The feel of grass and sky is something a child should experience Tip 5 Don’t give in to your kid’s tantrums Mandira’s take: Vir didn’t show tantrums earlier Now he throws a lot of tantrums But I’ve no time for his tantrums Doctors teachers advise me not to give in to his tantrums It’s not a good idea to give in to your child’t tantrums (Source: Indian Express Photo by Amit Mehra) Tip 6 Expose your kid to new surroundings people Mandira’s take: I’ve done photoshoots with Vir even when he was one The more he gets exposed to people the better I don’t think there’s anything wrong in it Mandira sees nothing wrong in putting her child in the limelight (Source: Indian Express Photo by Amit Mehra) Tip 7 Let your child pursue his/her passion Mandira’s take: My son is not interested in sports He doesn’t pick up the bat I can’t force him to do that It’s every parent’s job to try and push the kid for things he/she likes My son could be a runner or a musician He loves music and when I am in a park I can’t get hold of him and I’m a good runner Three lessons you learn as a mom Lesson 1: Time management Mandira’s take: Time management was tough for me even before becoming a mom now it’s impossible You can’t have a formula for working moms You have to find it everyday I have started using my time efficiently Now you have no choice but to understand time management Lesson 2 Patience Mandira’s take: I have been impatient all my life The first thing that your child teaches you is patience because you have no choice He’s made me value my parents more Lesson 3 You know your priorities Mandira’s take: My son is my priority I don’t take up long assignments for more than two days I travel with Vir wherever it’s possible Vir is with either one of his parents all the time My husband has office at our house’s basement which helps Lesson 4: Imagination Mandira’s take: Ever since I have became a mother I’ve no choice but to be imaginative Homework for kids are targeted towards moms So I am forced to be imaginative To keep him excited and happy I have to think of new ways of involving him to capture his imagination Email author: [email protected] Follow @parmitauniyal on Twitter For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsShillong: Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma has written to his Tripura counterpart Manik Sarkar urging to unite against the Centre’s new law on cattle trade and slaughter Sangma in his letter on Friday night said the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Regulation of Livestock Markets) Rules 2017 is an infringement of a state’s rights to regulate items on the State List which includes cattle market "The Centre should have treaded carefully after due consultations with state governments before proposing changes in the regulation of livestock markets" Sangma also termed the move as "a complete infringement of the states’ domain which needed to be collectively and strongly resisted" Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma Image courtesy: PIB "The state governments must assert collectively to dissuade the Union Government from such actions which directly dilute the federal structure of our great nation This notification will set a very wrong precedence in negating the spirit of the federal structure" the Congress leader added in the letter He also called for the promotion of "cooperative federalism" in true spirit Meghalaya’s opposition National People’s Party (NPP) had also differed with its ally BJP over the move and demanded its withdrawal Meanwhile Conrad K Sangma the lone NPP member in the Lok Sabha urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to intervene and direct the Environment Ministry to de-notify the new rules in the larger interest of the people Conrad in an open letter to Modi said the new law imposes a number of restrictions on cattle trade that would have serious impact on the socio-cultural and economic milieu of millions especially those in the agricultural and related industrial sectors The new rules violate the basic right of a person to freedom of choice regarding his food he added The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Regulation of Livestock Markets) Rules 2017 was notified by the Ministry of Environment and Forests on 23 May It bans the sale of cattle for slaughter at animal markets across India The third reshuffle in the Narendra Modi Cabinet on Sunday turned out to be an all-BJP affair leaving its NDA allies feeling left out at the expense of the saffron party expanding its political footprint With the allies – Shiv Sena JD(U) and AIADMK – left fuming over the decision with Uddhav Thackerayand Nitish Kumar openly expressing their dismay at Modi’s decision highly-placed sources in the Modi government said that another reshuffle was likely to take place soon to accommodate the NDA allies The Indian Express reported It was expected that its new partner the JD(U) would get representation in the central government but it turned out otherwise Ram Nath Kovind M Venkaiah Naidu and Narendra Modi pose with new members of Cabinet after the reshuffle PTI According to sources quoted by the report the JD(U) was hoping for at least two berths in the Union Council of Ministers – a Cabinet Minister and a Minister of State "We would respond in a positive way if we get an offer in a respectable manner" JD(U) secretary-general KC Tyagi told The Indian Express "It was the BJP’s internal reshuffle and not the NDA’s so we would not like to comment on it” Tyagi told reporters on Sunday The Shiv Sena too was unhappy with its non-inclusion in the Cabinet stating that the NDA was "almost dead" and that BJP remembered it only when it needed some support PTI reported Though a long-time ally of the BJP the Sena has often been at loggerheads with the senior partner Its lone member in the Union Council of Ministers is Heavy Industries Minister Anant Geete Sources in the BJP said that members of their alliance might join the government later as there was still a scope for expansion of the Union Council of Ministers As per the quotas allocated in the Indian Constitution the council of ministers must not exceed 15 percent of the total strength of the Lok Sabha including the prime minister This comes out to 82 berths At present there are 76 Union ministers leaving room for six more According to Hindustan Times there was intense speculation in the lead up to the reshuffle that two JD(U) leaders – RCP Singh and Ramnath Thakur – would be inducted in the Union council of ministers Hinting at the possibility of another reshuffle in the coming days JD(U) Lok Sabha MP Kaushalendra Kumar told Hindustan Times "You never know after 15-30 days there might be another reshuffle We should be part of the Cabinet" The report suggested that the AIADMK which is battling internal dissension and has been on BJP’s radar as the party’s gateway into Tamil Nadu politics might join the NDA once the dust settles in the southern party Meanwhile a top leader of the JD(U) considered close to chief minister Nitish Kumar claimed there was absolutely no differences with BJP or within the party over joining the Union Cabinet As this Firstpost report elucidates internal differences within the AIADMK and the reported stand taken by Shiv Sena prevented the JD(U) from becoming a part of the Cabinet "Nitish Kumar was open to considering the proposal of joining the cabinet as he himself said but there was no consensus within other constituents of the NDA till the last minute Shiv Sena was perhaps demanding more share and AIADMK government in Tamil Nadu was also far from stable These are the reasons why the prime minister and Amit Shah chose to limit the rejig within BJP" the top leader explained BJP sources have however said that a decision on the allies joining the government would be taken at a later date By: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Updated: November 18 2016 6:29 pm Selvaraghavan to direct actor Suriya’s next film Top News Actor Suriya has announced that his next film will be directed by Selvaraghavan The news has come as a big surprise as it is a totally unexpected director-actor combination The actor is currently busy shooting for his upcoming film Thaana Serntha Kootam “Happy join hands with….!excited seeing Shah Rukh and couldn’t see that the car was?the project should be completed by the first week of October, he said Swiss firm SGS Ltdappointed as a third-party auditor for overseeing the construction of 161 major roadssubmitted a 200-page report on December 28 last year in which it made remarks about at least 38 locations across the city where work had not begun even by the end of December due to various physical and technical constraints The first lane of the VB Phadke Marg and Sant Ramdas Marg in Mulund is barely at the stage of completion and it is unlikely that the construction of these roads would be finished within the next month Work at Ceat Tyre Road in Nahurwhich forms the crucial connecting link between Mulund and Goregaonis facing similar delays and is stuck on the first lane Towards the southtoowork on one lane of the road near the Cooperage ground has been finished For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: October 13 2012 4:03 am Related News On a day when Samajwadi Party minister Vinod Singh resigned over the CMO abduction caseparty president Mulayam Singh Yadav on Friday asked ministers in the Akhilesh Yadav cabinet to improve their behaviour and exercise restraint We got a chance to form the government with absolute majority Now it is your responsibility to show restraint and remain well behaved? 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