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For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Washington | Published: June 13 2014 4:06 pm Researchers from Penn State and colleagues found that friends exert influence on their peers to both start and quit smoking but the influence to start is stronger Source: Thinkstock Images Related News Adolescents tend to be more powerful in influencing their friends to start smoking than in helping them to quit a new study has found In a study of adolescent friendship networks and smoking use over time researchers from Penn State and colleagues found that friends exert influence on their peers to both start and quit smoking but the influence to start is stronger “What we found is that social influence matters it leads nonsmoking friends into smoking and nonsmoking friends can turn smoking friends into nonsmokers” said Steven Haas associate professor of sociology and demography Penn State “However the impact is asymmetrical: the tendency for adolescents to follow their friends into smoking is stronger” Haas said Haas who worked with David Schaefer associate professor of human evolution and social change Arizona State University said that the addictive effect of nicotine may be the strongest influence on an adolescent’s inability to help their friends quit smoking However there are other reasons why peer influence to start smoking is stronger “In order to become a smoker kids need to know how to smoke they need to know where to buy cigarettes and how to smoke without being caught which are all things they can learn from their friends who smoke” said Haas “But friends are unlikely to be able to provide the type resources needed to help them quit smoking” Haas added Nonsmoking friends would not have access to nicotine replacement products or organised cessation programmes to help their friends quit according to the researchers “Most often adolescents will try to either quit cold turkey or by gradually reducing their smoking and these are the least successful ways to quit” said Haas While most current adolescent smoking prevention programmes are aimed at building resistance to peer pressure Haas said school nurses and health professionals may be able to design programmes that use peer pressure to positively influence behaviour For example they could design programmes to help nonsmoking adolescents help their smoking friends The study used data from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health in the US Their sample data set included two high schools one with 757 students and the other with 1673 students The data was collected at several times throughout the school year allowing researchers a chance to see how behaviours change and also how networks of friendships evolve over time The findings were published in the Journal of Health and Social Behavior For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pooja Pillai Somya Lakhani Catherine Rhea Roy | Updated: December 24 2016 1:03 am Michael Swamy Chef food stylist and photographer Top News I grew up in Prabhadevi in Mumbai The area had many people from East India For Christmas mass we would all go to Portuguese Church which was a short walk away In our house I remember the days leading up to Christmas would see the preparation of a new sweet every day My sister and I would return from school and we would find our grandmother and our helps sitting around the table and preparing these delicacies One day it would be milk cream the next day it would be fudge the day after kalkals and so on until Christmas We all had duties including the children and we used to love setting up the tree the crib and lighting up the whole house Watch What Else is Making News Preparations for the long-awaited Christmas day meal would begin one or two days in advance and my grandmother would supervise all preparations There was a lot of baking to do and the base pastes of the curries would be made in advance as they tasted better when matured for a couple of days The way East Indians celebrate Christmas is not really very different from other communities and the only real difference is the food Many people confuse Goan and East Indian dishes but they’re quite different Like Goans East Indians also use vinegar in food but we don’t use as much fresh coconut as they do Goans actually use a lot of fresh spices and masalas while preparing their food But East Indian food has a lot of Marathi influence so we usually use dry masalas The East Indian bottle masala in fact is a spice mixture that is used in almost every East Indian dish and it gives a distinct flavour to the food When I recall the Christmas meals of my childhood the aroma of pilaf vindaloo and sorpotel and the warmth of fresh bread and fugias come back to me During Christmas many times duck moile used to be made for lunch but whenever we had guests over for lunch lobster moile would feature on the menu I always liked this better than duck or chicken because I love seafood Lobster Moile Lobster MoileIngredients Lobsters 4 large Ghee/oil 4-6 tbsp Onions sliced into rings 2 medium Garlic cloves sliced into 12 fine julienne Ginger sliced into fine 1 inch julienne Green chillies sliced into 6 fine julienne East Indian bottle masala 2 tbsp Fish stock 750 ml Brown palm vinegar 60 ml Salt 1 tsp Black pepper powder 1 tsp Method As told to Pooja Pillai Neil Nongkynrih Founder Shillong Chamber Choir While growing up in Pohkseh Shillong in the ’70s the most exciting bit about Christmas would be the new clothes we would get On Christmas eve I would go carolling from house to house with my cousins and friends At these homes we’d get cake and tea and by midnight we’d be back In the morning under the Christmas tree would be a present for each of us We’d wear new clothes go out and see what gifts our friends got Since we follow the Presbyterian church we wouldn’t go to the church on Christmas day My mother would prepare Christmas lunch which was a simple but delicious meal comprising rice and beef or chicken It was a big deal to cook chicken it was almost a delicacy After lunch all of us would head to our neighbour’s house They would make delicious homemade potato chips a cheese dip and cake which would have dry fruits matured over a month It was an open house and over tea we would sing carols Those were simpler times Now our Christmas meals are quite lavish I prepare turkey salmon roast pork baked potatoes gravy and veggies for family and close friends After lunch people come home — friends and neighbours — and we serve cake tea and egg sandwiches As told to Somya Lakhani Zachariah Jacob Partner Mahabelly Delhi; shares his food experience: My earliest memory of Christmas is this particular year when we had a lot of relatives at home for the holidays and my father had hired a local cook in Kerala named Vasu Chettan who was a duck specialist to assist in the kitchen While most of my cousins were busy singing carols and bursting crackers I cherished spending time in the kitchen in his company – listening to his local anecdotes and watching him at work My grandmother had a significant role in bringing in the season by soaking dry fruits in rum and giving it enough time to mature for the perfect plum cake which marked the beginning of the Christmas season I remember even when she was in her early 70s she would churn out jams squash pickles and my favourite wine These homemade goodies were distributed among neighbours and members of the local church and we the grandchildren were her carriers Traditionally the Christmas feast marks the end of the 25-day fast that starts from December 1 During the fast we usually refrain from having meat and alcohol which is the reason why the spread is rich in meat dishes There are the duck mappas (duck in thick coconut milk gravy) pork varattiyathu (pork sautéed with onions) chicken roast (chicken in luscious onion and tomato gravy) and fish molee (fish in mildly spiced coconut gravy) accompanied with kallu appams (flat breads made with toddy) In our house fish pie has also entered the menu Wine plum cakes and Christmas puddings are also some of the must-haves My personal favourite would to be Kuttanadan duck roast I am sharing a recipe by my aunt Anila Jacob Abraham who lives in Kuttanad Kerala This dish in its original form will be served at Mahabelly as part of the special buffet lunch on December 25 Kuttanadan Duck Roast Kuttanadan Duck Roast Ingredients Duck 1 Ginger 2 pieces Garlic 50 gm Green Chilli 6 Oil 1 cup Salt to taste Turmeric powder 1 tbsp Coriander powder 2 tbsp Pepper powder 1 tbsp Red chilli powder 1 tbsp Curry leaves 4 stems Vinegar 1 tbsp Onions 2 Shallot 200 gms Cloves: 5 Fennel seeds 1tbsp Cinnamon crushed 4 sticks (Clove fennel seeds and cinnamon can be substituted with I tbsp of garam masala powder) Method As told to Catherine Rhea Roy For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: June 19 2017 11:07 pm The DTC has already installed CCTV cameras in 200 buses of its fleet (File) Related News The Delhi cabinet is likely to approve the transport department’s ambitious proposal to install CCTV cameras in all DTC buses when its meets in New Delhi on Tuesday government source said In its 2015 Assembly election campaign the Aam Admi Party had promised to install CCTV cameras in DTC buses after coming to power The DTC has already installed CCTV cameras in 200 buses of its fleet Presently it runs around 3800 buses Besides there are also about 1200 Cluster buses operated by the Delhi Integrated Multi Modal System (DIMTS) “The buses need to be fitted with CCTV cameras including the Cluster buses and the Cabinet will take a call on it” said the source The board of DTC will also meet on Tuesday to give a green signal to the proposal after which it will be kept before the Cabinet for a final decision on it In 2015 the then DTC chairman and managing director had sought Rs 10325 crore to install CCTV cameras in the entire fleet The issue of CCTV cameras in the buses has been used by the Congress and BJP to attack the AAP government accusing it of “neglecting” women safety For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Khaled Ahmed | Published: May 24 2013 12:03 am Related News He may have to fix Pakistans foreign policy to end internal turbulence It is agreed on all hands that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) will have three issues to address immediately after being inducted as the next government in Islamabad: the national economyrelations with the Pakistan army and peace with the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) The problemhoweveris that the economy is mired in law-and-order problems caused by attacks from the Taliban and their Punjabi affiliates Terrorism cannot be tackled without sorting out relations with the army; as for the Talibanthey have announced once again that they would be willing to talk peace On May 18Geo TV staged a discussion on these three issues with two establishment ladiesex-foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar and ex-ambassador to Washington Maleeha Lodhisitting opposite columnist Ayaz Amir and Brigadier (retired) Asad Munir Lodhi wanted a national security plan before the PML-N could take such important steps as normalising relations with India She was opposed to what the modern state calls economic diplomacy as the touchstone of foreign policy Khar too opposed frontloading of the economy in foreign policycalling it begging-bowl,500 per toilet to take over the maintenance of these toilets. 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