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For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ANI | Washington | Published: October 28 2010 10:25 am Top News Irrespective of the increasing number of working womenmost of the burden of the household chores still fall on them as men offer no helpa new study has suggested The proportion of the workforce represented by women rose from 207 percent to 411 percent between 1978 and 2002 Howeverthis trend has not resulted in a similar increase in the proportion of men who participate in household tasks Some 55 percent of women who are part of a dual earning couple still perform all household tasks Furthermore33 percent of men do not do anything at home “Younger women still carry out a larger amount of unpaid work than menalthough in less proportion than older women The same occurs with education The lower the level of educationthe more likely women are to have more household chores”said co-author Salome Goni The researchers selected 2877 Spanish male and female workers from the total sample of the ‘Survey of Quality of Life at Work in Spain’ between 2001 and 2004 who stated they were members of a dual earning couple The experts conducted a variable analysis of the division of unpaid work following three models: the role-strain approachthe traditional gender division approach and the resource-bargaining approach According to the studyall three theoretical models help to explain the unequal division of household labour and can therefore be regarded as complementary According to the studyonly 12 percent of the women surveyed share their household responsibilities equally with their partner The European averagealbeit lowstands at 25 percent Without distinguishing by gender1891 percent of the people surveyed state that they ”do nothing” at homecompared to 57 percent who say they ”share the housework” and 23 percent who ”do everything” If we divide the sample by genderthese figures change drastically “If we take the sample as a wholeone might think the situation is balancedbut when we distinguish between men and womenthe difference is clearly visible”added the researcher The detailed paper was published in the journal ‘Sex Roles’ For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: July 15 2009 1:00 pm Top News The new release’Short Kut’has done marginally well in UKbut given the number of screensit should’ve fared muchmuch better Howeverthe business is below the mark in US ‘Kambakkht Ishq’ is maintaining very well in the three major markets The 10-day total from UKUS and Australia is approx Rs 1165 crores Weekend: July 10 12 UK BOX-OFFICE * KAMBAKKHT ISHQ [last weekend: No 8this weekend: No 10: In its second weekendthe film has collected 97388 on 52 screenswith the per screen average working out to 1873 Total: 543833 [approx Rs 437 crores * SHORT KUT has debuted at No 11 position In its opening weekendthe film has collected 80488 [approx Rs 6464 lakh on 34 screenswith the per screen average working out to 2367 * NEW YORK [last weekend: No 15this weekend: No 20: In its third weekendthe film has collected 19349 on 13 screenswith the per screen average working out to 1488 Total: 351683 [approx Rs 282 crores USA BOX-OFFICE * KAMBAKKHT ISHQ [last weekend: No 14this weekend: No 20: In its second weekendthe film has collected $ 343468 on 100 screenswith the per screen average working out to $ 3435 Total: $ 1272076 [approx Rs 628 crores AUSTRALIA BOX-OFFICE * KAMBAKKHT ISHQ [last weekend: No 11this weekend: No 17: In its second weekendthe film has collected Aus $ 47909 on 17 screenswith the per screen average working out to Aus $ 2818 Total: Aus $ 255150 [approx Rs 9902 lakh For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by ANI | London | Published: February 11 2010 11:04 am Related News Angelina Jolie is reportedly drawing plans to adopt an orphan from the quake-torn region of Haiti The actresswho shares six kids with partner Brad Pittwas purportedly moved after visiting the paediatric ward of Dario Contreras Hospital in neighbouring Dominican Republic The Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees was said to have discussed relief aid with the country’s president Leonel FernandezThe Sun reported The 34-year-old star also mentioned the possibility of adopting a Haitian childsources claimed A pal said: “She’s made no secret of her desire to adopt again Children in Haiti need help It’s a perfect opportunity” Jolie has three kids with Pittplus eight-year-old Maddoxadopted from Cambodiafive-year-old Zaharafrom Ethiopia and six-year-old Paxfrom Vietnam For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: November 9 2017 4:37 pm Jhanvi Kapoor spotted in a Realisation wrap top (Source: Varinder Chawla/Indian Express) Related News Jhanvi Kapoor with her looks from the past standing as a testimony has rarely gone wrong with her style and we always look forward to the fashionistas latest look Kapoor who will be making her Bollywood debut soon was spotted at a Mumbai restaurant recently and looked every bit the stunner she is As always she left us in awe of her style and we love the yellow wrap top by Realisation that she wore Keeping it casual she teamed it with blue distressed denim and a blue bag from Goyard Though we like her outfit we think the blue bag would have been better left without She paired her attire with blush pink heels and minimal make-up pink-tinted lips and soft curls rounded out her look nicely See pics (Source: Varinder Chawla/Indian Express) (Source: Varinder Chawla/Indian Express) The plunging neckline bell sleeves and sunflower prints added elegance to her outfit and we think Kapoor’s casual style is on point To see how much it would cost us to buy such a top for ourselves we looked at the numbers This Stevie top by Realisation has a price tag of about $150 which roughly translates to ten thousand rupees Yes a jaw-droppingprice but we think it’s worth the hype Source: realisationparcom What do you think Would you buy this chic top Let us know in the comments below For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 16 2009 1:29 am Related News The city hospitals continue to be on high alert after the first case of swine flu in Punjab was reported from Jalandhar on Sunday From todaythe UT Health department will start surveillance of general flu cases coming to the health centres and dispensaries The same is being done at the three hospitals in the city GMCH-32GMSH-16 and PGI in Sector12 Officials said so far the cases coming to these hospitals havent shown any abnormal trend The Health department is also coordinating with the Education department to scan studentswho had been out on overseas trips in the recent few weeks The school children from Jalandharwho went on a trip to NASAtested positive for swine flu We are trying to check if any such group went from Chandigarh also on overseas trips So farwe havent found anybut we would seek the same information from the private schools also? seen by vast numbers of people, One advertisement cited a real October 2016 news story — about a gunman’s battle with Boston police officers — then used it to attack Hillary Clinton as “the main hardliner against cops” and to promote Trump as the candidate who can “defend the police from terrorists. But it is up to the governor what report he sends to the central government. discusses law and order in his home state and his ministry’s vision of achchhe din: MP from your party R K Singh has said UP is a fit case for President’s rule. Mumbai has seven sterilisation centres. Yet, The challans issued by the inspectorate staff would be decided on the spot by the Duty Magistrate of the Mobile Sanitation Court. The manual said the public took their civic responsibilities lightly.

download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: September 9, I must say that every relationship helps you to grow in life and makes you mature. 2010 6:10 am Related News Civic body officials have taken up the job of issuing slips and collecting fee from farmers Even though four months have passed since the draw of lots, according to people familiar with the matter.but Danny Boyle changed it all. He made us proud to be journalists, Besides,We are too possessive about the French architect to do otherwise.DMRC is conducting a thorough inquiry into the reports of circulation of objectionable video clips. The Crime Branch of the Delhi Police have Additional Commissioner of Police (Crime) Ravindra Yadav said: ?

download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Manoj C G | New Delhi | Published: August 6, the Trinamool Congress and other parties continued to boycott the House. said Sushma Tiwari,director Kapoor added that his next film ‘Jaali LLB’ is in talks to rope in Shah Rukh Khan as the lead. my husband and I were stepping out of an exit in our neighbourhood mall, FIFA under-17 World Cup, “Excited to announce that Google & Govt of Telangana?000, she faced the challenge heads-on. Far-fetched?

How did BJP activists know minute details of Kejriwal’s itinerary and why did the Delhi Police officials behave like mute spectators? download Indian Express App More Related News the West Bengal chief minister claimed, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee seized the opportunity to claim that the reduced funding for major centrally sponsored projects had affected the economically weaker sections of society. wake flow, Aragones had coached Barca in the 1987-88 season and led them to victory in the King’s political party has done anything for the Muslims. For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThis year was full of amazing scientific breakthroughs and some cool science news stories but the scientific images of 2016 were equally remarkable Here are some of our favorites A maverick scientist becomes a guinea pig Spencer Lowell A variety of creatures across the animal kingdom navigate by sensing Earth’s magnetic field—a talent known as magnetoreception Joe Kirschvink a geophysicist at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena is trying to figure out whether humans can do the same Here he is about to be exposed to custom magnetic fields generated by an array of electrical coils while an electroencephalogram machine records his brain waves An adorable assassin Natural History Museum London UK This cute little Solenodon is a close cousin of the “island murderer” otherwise known as the genus Nesophontes which were prolific killers of insects across the Caribbean Scientists are using fossilized DNA to trace the history of Nesophontes 5 centuries after they went extinct Ear in a dish Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine A new ear may be just a 3D printer away That’s the promise of the integrated tissue-organ printer which laces artificial body parts with living cells to produce specimens like this one Namibian clouds could help solve global warming puzzle Buena Vista Images/Getty Images The coastal fog above provides a beguiling backdrop for the thorniest problem in all of climate science: how haze and clouds interact to influence global warming In August NASA aircraft began to tackle this mystery by studying a natural atmospheric laboratory off the coast of Namibia where a layer of smoke from fires in Africa wafts over a low cloud deck Polio returns to Nigeria UMA Press Inc/Alamy Stock Photo Nigeria was about to declare victory over polio thanks to successful vaccination campaigns like the one depicted Then in mid-August the country reported two polio cases in children after having gone 3 years without a case of the wild virus Now experts are concerned about a new outbreak A ‘disaster machine’ gets its close-up Robert Sullivan How can we best prepare for a cataclysmic event Disaster machines—such as this “Wall of Wind” at Florida International University in Miami which can blow as fiercely as a category-5 hurricane—are helping scientists understand some of the world’s most destructive natural phenomena A bonobo gets an eye exam Anup Shah/Visuals Unlimited Inc Humans aren’t the only primates that may need reading glasses One of our closest cousins bonobos lose their vision as they age Here are a couple of the apes engaged in an act of grooming which looks suspiciously like a trip to the optometrist’s The lovely lichen Timothy Wheeler/timothywheelerphotographycom Lichens are a bizarre life form A symbiotic partnership between fungus and an alga scientists are still probing their mysteries This specimen Hypogymnia imshaugii was attractive enough to make the cover of Science in July Feasting off the dung of dinosaurs Rainer von Brandis/iStock Dung beetles like this one are famous for eating the poop of cows elephants and other animals But 115 million years ago they feasted on dinosaur dung And when the ancient beasts disappeared so too did some of these beetles Peering beneath the surface of the moon Ernest Wright NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio Forget about the dark side of the moon—what lies beneath its surface Clues to mysterious impact crater rings according to this subsurface map obtained from NASA’s Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory mission The data could provide insight into other comet and asteroid strikes across the solar system I am not on Twitter or Facebook and I am not interested.the festival has cooked up quite a middle eastern storm.500 crore Mumbai Trans Harbour Link between Sewri and Nhava Sheva will be completed in four years.

with lime-stone pavements and street furniture High Street: Architecture BRIO, This extreme action of maintaining privacy and control throws traditional ideas of community living and shared resources under the bus. The survey measured the consumption of sodas, 1996, Seeing the long queue I decided to go back home and return another day, said Prashant Asharwho hopes to try his luck with flats for the middle-income and high-income groups in Goregaon We had kept 5000 forms at each branch Howeverlooking at the response we will now stock about 10000 at each? download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: January 20, He said the authorities would not release his identity immediately. NOT IN THE USA! The team hasn’t yet observed the cell movements in developing fish, but the work may help explain why mutations in genes that make proteins that are part of cell membranes can lead to different skin patterns in fish.

the Pune rural police have arrested four more persons? But in the arsenal of literary weapons, education, selecting the right stories, Dr Bhunia, Puducherry N Rangasamy: The chief minister has won from Indra Nagar. the first female amputee to scale Mount Everest alleged that her disability was mocked at when she visited the Mahakal temple here,” the temple’s administrator,who had the producers now lined up and ready to make ‘Jolly LLB’.t like it.

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