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floods, WATCH |? download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: February 27, Purab tells Pragya that he will find out the secret behind Abhi’s pictures with Tanu. who was also present at the party and who saw everything. In the first innings we have played spin relatively well. it will be our decision that we want that kind of wicket,s novel Kapalkundala, I miss what I’d been doing inside the gym and atop the ring.seeing a beating heart?there is little left for imagination Sohe was excited too And I was happy Becoming a parent may not be the same for the man as it is for the womanbut the fathers-to-be too undergo a lot of emotionalphysical and psychological changes They do not throw upor their bellies dont grow like oursbut studies suggest they too go through certain hormonal swings due to their changed state of mind Gone are the days when becoming a father meant taking care of the financial aspect alone With the present-day woman sharing his financial burdensthe new-age father has a lot more responsibilities If living in a nuclear familytaking care of the pregnant wife is his foremost duty From buying vegetables to laying the table for lunchmy husband does it all He ensures the refrigerator is stocked with fresh fruits before the last lot finishesand doesnt mind taking me out if I fancy a midnight dose of ice-cream And I am sure he wont shy away from changing nappies in the middle of the night once the baby is born As my maternity leave has started and with my parents yet to reachhe was worried about leaving me alone at home and was planning to take leave for a few days I advised against itsaying he might need the leaves laterafter the delivery According to studieschildren benefit a lot from the relationships forged with fathers early on They emerge smarter and apparently grow up as emotionally stronger individuals My husband asked me the other day if I wanted him to be in the labour room with me While I was surprisedhe said his friend was there when his wife delivered a baby a couple of months ago Now I know discussing motherhood is not a woman thing Mentoofeel the need to talk out these issues Putting up with the pregnant spouses sudden mood swingsgrowing physical discomforts and changed behavioural patterns would be difficult otherwise With clumsiness becoming synonymous to meI am perpetually dropping things and need my husband around all the time to help pick them up My fingers would bleed often as I cut fruits and he has to come running for the dressing A hardcore non-vegetarian from Keralahe has to smilingly savour a Gujarati or Rajasthani thali when we are eating outall thanks to my sudden love for vegetarian food A piece of advice for the dad-to-be is to not tease your partner on her round-the-clock morning sicknessfrequent trips to the washroom or the growing girth — for your own sake The process of producing a new lifeit is medically provenis more tiring than working out at the gym If you make fun of her all the timechances are you end up at the receiving end of her foul mood Its important for the dad-to-be to be regular at pre-natal appointments to remain aware of the step-by-step developments in the pregnancyand also to eliminate your own fathering fears A few men I know went to these classes where they teach how to take care of a newborn — from changing diapers to cleaning potty or throw-ups But if you ask meI would say just like motherhood is an in-built trait of every womanan observant and caring father wont take long to walk the ropes if he really wants to And just like we expect the husband to be super supportive and caring towards his expecting wifethe latter should also try and understand her manwho is also undergoing a lot of emotional upheavals Weighed under the responsibility of arranging the hospital billsensuring your well-being during the entire pregnancytaking you to your workplace or hospital and bringing you back safehe is under a lot of pressure to do the things right And it will not be fair to play down the role of this partner-in-reproduction who remains neglected just because he is not the one who is carrying For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: October 10 2016 7:14 pm Wayne Rooney has scored only once for England in the last seven fixtures (Source: Reuters) Top News England captain Wayne Rooney is set to be on the bench for Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier against Slovenia according to media reports Sky and the BBC reported that barring any late injuries manager Gareth Southgate had decided to name the Manchester United striker among the substitutes for the game in Ljubljana Southgate was due to give a news conference later in Slovenia Rooney is England’s most capped outfield player with 117 appearances and all-time top goalscorer but his recent indifferent form has attracted criticism He has scored just once in 12 games this season and only once in the last seven internationals The 30-year-old was jeered by some in the 82000-strong Wembley crowd towards the end of England’s 2-0 win over Malta on Saturday and that reaction triggered a lively debate among England supporters about his future role Southgate who took over after the departure of Sam Allardyce last month defended the player – who started as captain against Malta – and said his experience was crucial to the team “I think his experience his leadership has been crucial throughout this week not just today” Southgate said on Saturday “Every debate seems to focus on him the onus on him is enormous and the criticism of him is at times unfair He ploughs on and plays with pride and captains his country with pride” Rooney has been a substitute in Manchester United’s last three games and has also been deployed in a deeper role for England who have a 100 percent record in qualifying Group F Southgate has Jamie Vardy Daniel Sturridge Theo Walcott and Marcus Rashford among striking options while Eric Dier left out against Malta due to a hamstring problem is likely to return in midfield alongside Jordan Henderson Rooney and the rest of the England squad trained at Tottenham Hotspur’s Enfield facility on Monday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Arun Prashanth Subramanian | Jaipur | Updated: August 12 2016 9:49 am Sriram Singh at home in Jaipur: ‘Record shouldn’t have stood for so long’ (Source: Express Photo by Rohit Jain Paras) Related News THE footage is grainy and the commentator is firmly focused on a young Steve Ovett much before he would become one part of the legendary middle-distance trio that also included Sebastian Coe and Steve Cram But in the Montreal humidity the first tactical push at the 800m final in the 1976 Olympics would come from an Indian runner in lane No 6 Within the next two minutes Sriram Singh Shekhawat while fizzling out in the home-stretch of this final would end up with a national record that has so far lasted for 40 years His feat the oldest Indian athletics record will be up for grabs on Friday when Jinson Johnson— the first Indian to qualify for the 800m in 32 years since Charles Borromeo in the 1984 Los Angeles Games —takes to the field in Rio Johnson’s qualifying time of 1:4598s is 022 seconds short of the mark set by Shekhawat who was the lone bright spot in a dismal Olympics year that saw the hockey team finish outside the medal positions for the first time in its history Before Shekhawat only three Indian athletes had ever made it to the finals of Olympics track and field events: Henry Rebello (triple jump London 48); Milkha Singh (400m Rome 60) and Gurbachan Singh Randhawa (110m hurdles Tokyo 64) Only four would match it: P T Usha (400m hurdles Los Angeles 84); Anju Bobby George (long jump Athens 2004); Krishna Poonia (discus London 2012) and Vikas Gowda (discus London 2012) “I was tired extremely happy and nervous before the night of the final I hardly got any sleep Those days we had no idea of routines for rest and recovery That was a big disadvantage particularly because of my running style Shivnath Singh (the marathon runner whose record also stands to this day) volunteered to help me recover” says Shekhawat 64 as he watches the footage at his home in Jaipur The pace is blistering midway through the first lap of the final and having fallen behind after the second curve Shekhawat makes an unusual dart for the inside lane after the 300m-mark He just about pips Cuban legend Alberto Juantorena after the bell the 400m mark and remarkably at 5085s it is the fastest Olympic 800m split till then; it would only be bettered 12 years later in the 1988 Seoul Games WATCH: The good bad and ugly for India at Rio 2016 Olympics “I was determined to win a medal and for that I had to stay with the leading pack I like to race from the front It is how I won the two Asian gold medals — Tehran 1974 and Bangkok 1978 — but I think none of us realised just how fast this was The rule change due to which we could only break lanes after 300m instead of the 100-m mark made us all scramble for better position” Shekhawat says But even being in the Olympics was a remarkable achievement for the man from Bhadnagar in Rajasthan who only took to running after joining the Rajputana Rifles as a 20-year-old in 1966 Initially a 400m runner he would switch to 800m in 1968 at the insistence of Mohammad Ilyas Babar his much-acclaimed coach In Montreal Shekhawat would lead the race till the 550-m mark before Juantorena picked up pace and ran past him Soon much of the pack would follow “When the third runner (Ivo Vandamme) ran past me I was demoralised I began to feel the medal slipping away and then I started getting tired” he says At 600m there is a token effort to hold off German Willi Wülbeck but by then the jawan is a spent force consumed by the very fiery pace he helped set He would eventually cross the tape in seventh just ahead of Italian Carlo Grippo; a real distortion of his capabilities as a runner After the race Juantorena would attribute his world record time — the Cuban took gold at 1:4345s — to Singh’s front-running “He thanked me for the race I have no regrets That’s how I liked to run but three days of continuous events took their toll (The qualifying round the semifinal and the final were on successive days)” says Singh who retired from the Army as a Captain in 1988 Such was the pace at the 1976 finals that Singh’s time would’ve actually earned him a silver in the next Olympics While he finished way behind the Cuban on that day Singh would end up with a record of his own — and one that would last longer than Juantorena’s much longer Singh’s 1:4577s is still the Indian national record in the 800m making it the longest standing in the country “It should not have stood for this long It is a poor reflection of athletics in the country These days athletes don’t seem to want to work hard When they win something at the junior level they’re given jobs after which there is little incentive In our times most of us were either from the Army or the police Discipline was key You couldn’t even go out at night” says Shekhawat The two-time Asian Games gold medallist had a knack of reserving his best for the big stage In Montreal Singh would shatter his personal best of 1:470s with a sensational 1:4586s in his very first heat finishing second behind the American Richard Wohlhuter That would earn him a berth in a high-powered semifinal that included Juantorena eventual silver medallist Ivo Vandamme (Belgium) Ovett and James Robinson of the US Singh would pip Robinson for the fourth spot But his exploits in that Olympics would ironically follow the trajectory of his strides in that final Having been celebrated back then they would become footnotes to other sporting achievements And there would be little acknowledgement on its 40th anniversary which fell on July 26 this year “I like to stay away from the limelight I am a shy person and that is why probably people forgot about those days” says Singh who retired as a Sports Authority of India coach in 2008 As for Jinson Johnson the 64-year-old believes the Kerala athlete won’t get a better chance to break the record “The 800m is a much faster these days But the competition will help him run faster Let’s hope he does well” he says For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News

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