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boiler generates steam which rotates the blades of turbines and produces electricity with the help of a generator The officer said that there were more than 200 workers in the unit at the time of the accident as opposed to the normal strength of about 80 workers needed in a fully operational plant implying that they could have been involved in some additional work Meanwhile Shailendra Dubey chairman of the All India Power Engineers Federation demanded a safety audit of all the power plants He said that their demands are concerned with the safety of power engineers and the audits would help ascertain the exact cause of Unchahar mishap Saurabh Sharma is a Lucknow based freelance writer and a member of 101Reporterscom a pan-India network of grassroots reporters By: IANS | New Delhi | Updated: September 30 2017 10:34 am Doctors warn against using palm oil as it has a high content of trans fat (Source: File Photo) Related News Emphasising that India’s heart disease epidemic increased due to dietary patterns doctors on Friday urged people to avoid reusing any oil for frying food products as it increases the proportion of trans fats a major source of heart diseases According to the doctors including from AIIMS fats in food items are of four types – saturated unsaturated mono and trans with the last most dangerous and their presence in any oil going up if it is cooked for a long duration or as soon as it emits smoke Vanaspati has the highest content of trans fat content “Our (Indian) people simply do not have any idea of what they are eating Trans fats which are the most harmful and leading cause of heart diseases is entering into the body of humans in so many ways One should choose cooking oils which are well balanced and has less than 4 gms of saturated fats” said Sundeep Mishra Professor of Cardiology at AIIMS on the occasion of World Heart Day Mishra who has several studies on the matter says that boiling oil for hours and reuse of refined oil leads to the increase of trans fats Suggested that though mustard oil and olive oil were among the “good” oils which should be mostly used for cooking the doctors even suggested mustard oil should be mixed with ghee to balance its fats while olive oil should only be sprinkled on cooked food and not be used for frying as it leads to increase in trans fats Nikhil Tandon professor of Endocrinology at AIIMS stated that one person should have only 05 litres of fats every month “Our food habits are such that heart disease becomes common Even in market biscuits and bhujias are cooked in vanaspati so that they can be preserved for long This again leads to intake of trans fats a leading killer” he said Stating that other types of oil such as coconut by people in southern India used for cooking were making them acute heart patients doctors also warned against using palm oil as it also has a high content of trans fat WHO says Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) are the major cause of mortality globally as well as in India They are caused by disorders of the heart and blood vessels and includes coronary heart disease (heart attacks) cerebrovascular disease (stroke) raised blood pressure (hypertension) peripheral artery disease rheumatic heart disease congenital heart disease and heart failure Doctors also said that an interesting study by AIIMS showed only 13 per cent of educated individuals pay any attention to what they are consuming and the number of heart bypass surgeries among youth has also increased Praveen Chandra of Intervention Cardiology Medanta Hospital Gurgaon said that India has witnessed tremendous advancements when it comes to treatment of coronary artery diseases The risk of death in heart failure patients is comparable to that of patients with advanced cancer and currently costs the world economy $108 billion every year For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsTehran: Ahead of his maiden visit to energy-rich Iran Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sundaysaid enhancing connectivity trade investment and energy partnership will be his priority with the post-sanction Persian Gulf nation Modi who arrives here this evening will hold talks with Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and its President Hassan Rouhani to boost bilateral trade energy and strategic ties "Enhancing connectivity trade investments energy partnership culture and people to people contacts would be our priority" he said in a series of tweets After arrival in Tehran he was scheduled to visit a local gurudwara Modi said that his meetings with Rouhani and the Supreme Leader of Iran would provide an opportunity to advance "our strategic partnership" Rouhani will be hosting a lunch for him "My meetings with President Rouhani and Hon’ble Supreme Leader of Iran will provide an opportunity to advance our strategic partnership" he said Noting that he looked forward to the conclusion of the Chahbahar Agreement during his visit the Prime Minister said "India and Iran enjoy civilisational ties and have shared interest in the peace security stability and prosperity of the region A file photo of PM Modi PTI Chabahar is a port in South-East Iran that will enable India to bypass Pakistan and open up a route to land-locked Afghanistan with which New Delhi has close security ties and economic interests From Chabahar the existing Iranian road network can link up to Zaranj in Afghanistan about 883 kms from the port The Zaranj-Delaram road constructed by India in 2009 can give access to Afghanistan’s Garland Highway setting up road access to four major cities in Afghanistan — Herat Kandahar Kabul and Mazar-e-Sharif Besides visiting the gurudwara Modi will also inaugurate an International Conference on ‘Retrospect and Prospect’ of India-Iran relations "I am looking forward to my visit to Iran today & tomorrow at the invitation of President Rouhani" he added Besides signing a deal on development of Chabahar port India is looking at doubling oil imports from Iran which a few years back was its second-biggest oil supplier as well as getting rights to develop a giant gas field Post-sanctions Iran has seen a flurry of diplomatic and business activity with leaders from China and Russia courting Tehran Earlier Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj had visited Tehran Chabahar port located in the Sistan-Baluchistan Province on Iran’s southern coast is of great strategic utility for India It lies outside the Persian Gulf and is easily accessed from India’s western coast The port project will be the first overseas venture for an Indian state-owned port India and Iran had in 2003 agreed to develop Chabahar on the Gulf of Oman outside the Strait of Hormuz near Iran’s border with Pakistan But the project moved slowly because of western sanctions against Iran The sanctions were lifted in January and since then India has been pushing for conclusion of an agreement About a fifth of the oil consumed worldwide each day passes through the Strait a shipping choke point that separates the Persian Gulf from the Gulf of Oman and Indian Ocean Indian investment in phase-1 will be in excess of USD 200 million including USD 150 million line of credit from Exim Bank an agreement for which would also be signed during the visit Besides signing of commercial contract for Chabahar Phase-1 Modi will witness signing of a trilateral agreement on transport and transit corridor among India Afghanistan and Iran The trilateral agreement is seen to significantly enhance prospects of India’s connectivity with Afghanistan Central Asia and beyond such as the North-South corridor Modi and the Iranian president are also likely to review peace and stability in the region which faces several challenges including terrorism and violent extremism besides cyber crime and maritime security By: PTI | Washington | Published: November 19 2017 6:11 pm Carbon released by plant respiration may be around 30 per cent higher than previously predicted a study has found (Image Source: University of Minnesota) Related News Carbon released by plant respiration may be around 30 per cent higher than previously predicted a study has found Researchers from the University of Minnesota in the US suggest that as the mean global temperature increases respiration will also increase significantly Such increases may lower the future ability of global vegetation to offset carbon dioxide emissions caused by burning of fossil fuels “Plants both capture carbon dioxide and then release it by respiration Changes to either of these processes in response to climate change have profound implications for how much ecosystems soak up carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels” said Chris Huntingford lead author of the study “In fact this study provides the most up-to-date accounting of respiratory carbon releases from plants in terrestrial systems” said Peter Reich from the University of Minnesota The new findings published in the journal Nature Communications are based on the comprehensive GlobResp database which is comprised of more than 10000 measurements of carbon dioxide plant respiration from plant species around the globe Merging this data with existing computer models of global land carbon cycling shows plant respiration has been a potentially underestimated source of carbon dioxide release For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by The Indian Express | Published: January 14 2012 3:13 am Related News Science of progress Much has been said about the state of R&D in science in India and the methods to improve it Much of the focus has been on increasing the spend on the sector to 2 per cent of GDP This is necessary but not sufficient Firsttheres no synergy between academia and applied research Secondremuneration in science R&D is still a pittance Our best research and teach at American and European universities Maybe the time has come for the government to think about creating a cadre of scientists/ technologists with better pay scalesand more involvementinteroperability and synergy between academiaapplied research and industry Pramod Mishra Ahmedabad Secure the child Apropos the editorial Our stunted future (IEJanuary 12)awareness about nutrition must percolate to vulnerable communities Anganwadis should promote breastfeeding and convey the importance of immunity-boosting colostrum The youth could be roped in for innovative schemes like own-an-anganwadi. adage holds. 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