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Tasty and Crunchy Chocolate Cookies Recipe November 12, 2018 12:23

Chocolate Cookies is a crunchy, flavorful, and tasty cookie that you can easily prepare at your home with available. Each bit of these cookies gives a wonderful mouth-feel and has a wonderful aroma. This biscuits have a nice aroma, taste, and flavor. This is perfect after school snack your for kid’s. Try this easy cookie recipe at your home.Ingredients- 1 cup grated dark chocolate- 1 1/4 cups self rising flour- 1/2 cup milk powder- 3/4 cup soft butter- 2 tbsp castor sugar- 2 tbsp brown sugar- 1/4 cup condensed milk- 1/2 tsp vanilla essence- 1/4 cup chocolate chipsDirections1. Sieve the self rising flour in a deep bowl and add the milk powder, mix it well and keep it aside.2. Place the dark chocolate in a microwave safe bowl and microwave on high power for 30 to 40 seconds or till the chocolate melts completely and remove from the microwave, mix it well and keep it aside.3. In a bowl, add the butter, castor sugar and brown sugar and beat well with a help of an electric beater for 6 to 7 minutes or till the mixture turns light and creamy.4. Add the condensed milk, melted chocolate and vanilla essence and mix it well with help of a spatula.5. Add the flour-milk powder mixture and mix it well with a spatula to form a very soft dough.6. Add the chocolate chips and mix it well and cover it with a cling film and refrigerate it for 20 minutes.7. Place a sheet of aluminum foil on a baking tray and with a help of an ice cream scooper, scoop out portions of the dough and place them on the foil lined baking tray at equal distance. 8. Flatten them using a fork to form a 50 mm. (2”) round flat cookie and bake it in a preheated oven at 160°c (320°f) for 45 minutes.9. Keep  it aside to cool for 10 to 15 minutes and serve it or store in an airtight container.Tip: -To make 1¼ cups of self raising flour at home, combine 1¼ cups plain flour, ¼ tsp baking powder and a pinch of salt and mix well. Use as per the recipe.Nutrient values per cookie- Energy 117 cal- Protein 1.4 g- Carbohydrates 10.3 g- Fiber 0 g- Fat 7.6 g- Cholesterol 0 mg- Vitamin A 289.5 mg- Vitamin B1 0 mg- Vitamin B2 0 mg- Vitamin B3 0.2 mg- Vitamin C 0.1 mg- Folic Acid 0.5 mg- Calcium 20.6 mg- Iron 0.3 mg- Magnesium 0 mg- Phosphorus 0 mg- Sodium 73 mg- Potassium 22.7 mg- Zinc 0.1 mgBy Meghna Nath

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Tulsi Gabbard Likely to Run for U.S. Presidency in 2020: Sources November 12, 2018 11:33

The first Hindu lawmaker in the United States Congress Tulsi Gabbard is considering to run for the American presidency in 2020, according to sources near to her.A distinguished Indian-American, Dr. Sampat Shivangi on Friday introduced the 37-year-old Tulsi Gabbard and said that she could be the next president of the United States in 2020. The short statement was marked by a standing ovation, in the presence of the four-term Congresswoman from Hawaii.Tulsi Gabbard, a Democrat, who addressed the gathering, however, neither made it official or denied that she is running for president in 2020.A conclusion on this could be taken before Christmas, which might not necessarily result in a formal proclamation as that could be delayed till the following year, people acquainted with her thought process told news agency PTI.However, it is said that she and her team have softly been reaching out to expected donors, including a large number of Indian-Americans, and volunteers to build an amazing campaign for her 2020 run.Given that Tulsi Gabbard is extremely popular among Indian-Americans, a constituency she has raised from the very beginning of her political carrier, it is but natural that her team has quietly started reaching out to this community, which is considered as the affluent ethnic group after the Jewish-Americans. And in many critical states, Indian-Americans can play a crucial role in her electoral chances.Once Tulsi Gabbard declares her presidential bid she would be the first Hindu candidate ever from a major political party to announce to get into the race for White House. And if elected in 2020, she could be the youngest ever and the first woman to be elected as the U.S. president.Earlier this week Gabbard was elected for the fourth term for the U.S. House of Representatives.Primarily, Dr. Shivangi is a Republican and has been the party's representative for the past several presidential conventions. However, he had held fundraisers for Gabbard when she ran for the Congress for the first time in 2012. She was the first U.S. lawmaker to take her oath on Bhagwat Gita.A former vice chairman of the Democratic National Committee, Gabbard currently serves on powerful House Armed Services Committee and House Foreign Affairs Committee. She is as well the Democratic Co-Chair of the Congressional India Caucus."She has been a fresh voice in the Democratic Party, with her support for U.S.-India relations, her opposition to the war in Iraq, her opposition to arms sales to Saudi Arabia and her more recent vigorous opposition to among the rebels in Syria," Dr. Shivangi said.The 2020 presidential primary cycle is scheduled to start from the Iowa Caucuses on February 3, 2020, ensued by the New Hampshire Primary on February 11, Nevada caucus of February 15 and South Carolina on February 22. Team Tulsi has been reaching out to masses in these four States.President Donald Trump is all geared up to seek his re-election in 2020, none of the Democratic candidates have announced their bid up to now. The Democratic race is expected to be crowded by the summer of 2019.Among those Democrats speculated to run for the 2020 primaries include former vice president Joe Biden, Senators Elizabeth Warren, Kirsten Gillibrand, Amy Klobuchar, Tim Kaine, and Indian-origin Senator Kamala Harris.Amid the insistence of Trump headlines and concentration on higher-profile candidates, Gabbard has been quietly making the traditional moves of a presidential candidate. She recently visited Iowa, where locals advised her to run for president, according to the Iowa City Press-Citizen.-Sowmya Sangam

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NTR - Mahanayakudu set for Valentine's Day treat November 12, 2018 09:50

Nandamuri Balakrishna is betting big on his father's biopic which has been titled NTR. Krish is the director and the entire shoot of the film will be wrapped up by the end of this month. NTR will release in two parts as NTR - Kathayakudu and NTR - Mahanayakudu. The makers announced that these installments would hit the screens on January 9th and January 24th respectively. However things changed completely after TDP and Congress tied hands. Krish wanted to re-shoot some of the episodes and hence NTR - Mahanayakudu release has been pushed to February. If the latest speculations are to be believed, NTR - Mahanayakudu will release on February 14th next year across the globe. Some crucial changes are made to the script and the scenes would be canned next month. Vidya Balan, Rana Daggubati, Kalyanram, Sumanth, Nithya Menen, Rakul Preet Singh and Tamannaah are essaying other prominent roles in NTR. NBK Films is producing NTR and NTR - Kathanayakudu will release as per the plan on January 9th 2019.  

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Hikaru Nakamura Wins Tata Steel Chess India Rapid November 12, 2018 09:36

A Japanese-American chess grandmaster and world No.2 Hikaru Nakamura of the United States on Sunday won the Tata Steel Chess India 2018 rapid tournament in Kolkata with six points as reigning World Champion Viswanathan Anand of India lost to local challenger Surya Shekhar Ganguly. There was a grief to leading attraction Anand as he finished seventh with eight draws and a daze defeat in the concluding round as India's No 2 and World No. 20 Pentala Harikrishna finished second with World No.7 Levon Aronian of Armenia, who was an instant joint leader with Nakamura, finishing third.Nakamura, who is world number two in rapid and three in blitz, credited the win to his online chess match that he was playing with B Adhiban. He will take home the trophy and the winner's cheque of $10,000."I played online with B Adhiban of India and it gave me a lot of confidence," Nakamura said later.The foremost 14-year old Nihal Sarin, finishing ninth, dazzled everyone by putting his favorite Anand under a good deal of pressure in round eight, the second of the day, and also won a pawn.But, practice manifested to be conclusive ultimately as Vishy managed to wriggle his way out of his difficulties to get his 8th consecutive draw of the event.In the final round, Anand played his longtime second and Kolkata based GM Surya Shekhar Ganguly where Surya opted for the solid Caro-Kann defense against Vishy's King pawn opening.However, the game took a competitive turn when Surya went for the initiative and started to risk and advance his own pawns against Anand's kingside.The game was reasonably in the balance earlier, two consecutive mistakes on the 26th and 27th move by Anand gave Surya a huge initiative.Surya sacrificed his Bishop with Bxg3 on the 31st move destroying Vishy's King's cover.The attack and the initiative were excessively strong and Vishy stretched out his hand in resignation on the 37th move.Anand did not triumph a single game in the entire event while making eight straight draws and losing the last one to wind up with 4 points out of 9 games.-Sowmya Sangam

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Tips for NRIs Before Making Real Estate Investment in India November 12, 2018 07:02

International Indians are major contributors to Indian forex reserves through investments and payments in several Indian asset classes, of which real estate investments form a crucial chunk. Non-Resident Indians (NRIs), too, have always found investing in real estate to be an appreciated experience.This additionally to the decreasing rupee exchange value is fitting NRI buyers remarkably. The total impact is that the Indian real estate market is perceiving green shoots of revival in 2018. The positive effect of the reformatory changes is hitherto visible with the industry moving towards greater transparency, accountability, and efficiency. Here are some vital points an NRI needs to keep in knowledge while making a real estate investment in India. Power of Attorney Power of Attorney (PoA) is needed by NRIs if he/she cannot be physically existing in India for carrying out property dealings. It empowers a person to act on behalf of another. Duty is delegated and, hence, it helps NRIs manage their assets in India efficiently.POA could be used for purposes chiefly related to mortgage, lease, sell, collect rent and acquire, negotiate and sale disputes, execute acts needed by banks and get into contracts. The government is planning to revise the laws to make registration compulsory for such deals which will aid curb frauds, differences and stamp duty evasion. Right way to make transaction Investing in real estate in India is no more as challenging as it used to be. As a matter of fact, most NRIs nowadays believe that the recent regulatory changes in India have made the sector more transparent and efficient, rendering the environment conducive adequate for investment in property.An NRI investing in India needs to have a checklist of things which should comprise property verification, list of all documents, KYC (Know Your Customer), payment plan, tax implication legalities, and other local formalities and someone authentic to help ease the whole procedure so that it is smooth and efficient. Tax Benefits India has double taxation avoidance agreements with over 90 countries. An NRI can demand tax credit on taxes paid by him in India on income from real estate property in his country of residence. The NRI is responsible to pay tax on the number of capital gains originating in India. A real estate property held for over 24 months is processed as a long-term capital asset and gets the indexation benefit with taxation at 20 percent. Income-Tax Act besides allows certain tax deductions under Section 80C to 80TTA and NRIs can use this to cut down their tax onus. Regulations to consider Real estate transactions in India for NRIs fall under the horizon of Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA). Reserve Bank of India has simplified the rules as NRIs possessing an Indian passport requires no approval while investing in Indian realty. Under the category of general permission, persons of Indian-origin need no approval unless they are citizens of neighboring countries.They can make payment via inward remittance, Non-Resident Rupee (NRE) accounts, Non-Resident Ordinary Rupee (NRO) accounts or Foreign Currency Non-Resident (FCNR) deposit accounts. Any property investment comprises registration charges, stamp duty, and service tax to be paid according to Indian laws.NRIs are eligible to apply for loans in India but should pay back the loan in Indian rupees only. Type of property to invest NRIs can purchase any number of properties, both commercial and residential. But they are not permitted to acquire any kind of cultivation land, farmhouse, and plantation property except if it has been conferred or inherited by them. The decreasing rupee worth and regulatory situation after the execution of reforms is encouraging a sizable number of NRIs to put in the Indian realty market.-Sowmya Sangam

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Tips for Women to Prevent Workplace Sexual Harassment November 12, 2018 06:46

Have you ever came across a maddening male co-worker who relishes telling dirty jokes about women's sexuality? Otherwise, have you ever caught your boss flirting with you in a lewd manner? Be cautious! You might be the next victim of sexual harassment.Virtually every person distinguishes that any form of sexual harassment is illegal in the workplace. But do they know what it actually means? Regrettably, not at all. Regardless of numerous laws and policies issued to stop such offensive behaviors at work, sexual harassment remains usual within the working atmosphere. What makes it shoddier is, women frequently fall victims because of deprived understanding of sexual abuse.With the rising number of women joining the labor force, gender diversity in the workplace turns out to be unavoidable. However, being in a male-dominated area, women in the office become a minority group. Glitches such as sexual harassment remain to befall and discourages women to lift their career. Here’s how to save yourself or perhaps other fellow women from sexual harassment: Sexual Harassment Sexual harassment typically includes unwelcome physical contact or verbal abuse, for instance, sexist jokes and comments, sexual threat and bullying, unwelcome sexual advance, sexual insinuation, or public disgrace.                        Image source: Thestreet Even delicate behaviors linked to sexual things, if they make you feel uneasy, you can file a sexual harassment claim to the perpetrators. Be confident Pesters every so often targets and attacks those who appear feebler. So as to stop any wicked misbehaviors, you have to gain strength and be poised.                        Image source: Košice Korzár - Sme When you face some disagreeable attitudes from male employees, don't show your weakness. Even when you feel dejected and possibly scared, you have to defend yourself and say no with all your power. Speak up Every so often, severe sexual harassment starts with minor things such as jokes. Though it might seem like inoffensive in the beginning, you should be careful. Don't let it just pass.                        Image source: Leaderonomics.com When your boss utters something like, 'Haha, maybe you need to sleep with me if you want to keep your job,' be further wary. It should send a red signal that might lead to more grave conducts. If such a thing happens to you, you must speak out and report such incidents to the senior business heads or the Human Resource manager. Respect yourself first If you want other people to esteem you, first you need to respect yourself. It means that you should uphold a professional image.                        Image source: Careeraddict Attire something decent and professional at work. Don't let your male co-workers glance at your bare cleavage. Although you might not mean to, just try not to form any sexual temptation. Get back-up supporter Do not let your shield down. When you work in a place mostly occupied with men, you should keep yourself enclosed with colleagues you trust. This way, you can control your social circle and avert any unwelcome advances from unacquainted people.                        Image source: Times of India As more women are looking for careers outside their home, corporate leaders should take instant action to control sexual harassment issues. Leaders should find a way to create a safe, healthy, and woman-friendly working situation.-Sowmya Sangam

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10,000 Major Artworks Stolen from Indian Temples Every Decade: Expert November 12, 2018 05:05

An assessed 1,000 pieces of antique artworks are stolen from Indian temples each year and transported to the international market, according to Singapore-based Indian-origin shipping executive."We are estimating about close to 10,000 major work of arts leaving India every decade," said S Vijay Kumar, who has been tracking the theft of venerable gods and goddess for 15 years. Some of these are as heavy as 15-16 tonnes.Kumar has detailed the theft of artwork in the book "The Idol Thief", which was launched in Singapore on Saturday."We have tracked some of the huge objects 15-16 tonnes sculptures, that have left the country by Ocean containers, declared as brassware and garden furniture," Kumar told PTI."Sadly, for a long time it has not been cared for," he said, pointing out that not many people realize the extent of the loot which is a targeted loot on an industrial scale. Some stolen pieces are replicated without people realizing it.Industry scale loot means auction houses are sending their top officials to pick and select art pieces whereas some are sharing the pictures on social media what can be sourced out of the Indian heritage, he explained. On selecting a specific artwork, the illegal process of acquiring it starts.Kumar has legally checked and compiled his adventure of tracking looted Indian idols and artworks in the 225-page book of true events.To escape tracking, ways for container shipment of huge sculptures are changed from Chennai, Mumbai, Kolkata and Hong Kong on to New York and London as well as other international destinations. Smaller pieces are being couriered, he said.The United States is the major market for these stolen pieces, followed by the United Kingdom and now it is moving to Australia, according to Kumar.Tracking these stolen pieces is problematic in the borderless European Union where some countries like Germany are putting in harsher laws on protecting antiquity works.Kumar has an 11-member squad of volunteers and supported by about 200 spread across the world, all working for free.The chartered accountant from Tamil Nadu releases the volume with a story on Subhash Kapoor, who is in Chennai prison for stealing of idols from Indian Temples.American authorities have retrieved stolen Indian art worth USD 100 million from detained Kapoor's warehouses and galleries and named him "one of the most prolific commodities smugglers in the world".Kumar said India needs a powerful law to protect its artwork.Virtually all stolen Indian artworks in the global market are short of documents. There is no documentation on most of the Indian artwork, regrets Kumar who has played a part in the arrest of many idol smugglers and thieves.Amongst the valued stolen artwork are pieces from the Chola dynasty which witnessed the building of many decoratively carved stone shrines all over Tamil Nadu from 850 CE to 1250 CE.Giving a comparison, he said Italy was the front-runner in protecting its artwork with tough laws which has helped recover 378,000 pieces 2012 while India has rescued 27 pieces since 2012.Universal thinking is changing with the burden being put on a purchaser to prove that the genuine artwork is acquired lawfully.Egypt, for one, is recovering stolen artwork by just pointing out the Egyptian origin, putting the burden on a purchaser to prove it is a legal acquisition.-Sowmya Sangam

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U.S. Mail Bomb Suspect Charged on 30 Counts with New York November 10, 2018 12:15

The United States prosecutors in New York on Saturday charged the Florida man accused of sending pipe bombs to critics of Donald Trump with crimes that carry a maximum sentence of life in prison. The 56-year-old, who lived in a van covered with pro-Trump and anti-Democrat stickers earlier his October 26 arrest, was earlier hit with a five-count complaint in the sunshine state.The registered Republican, who has a criminal past and one time reported as a stripper, was later flown to New York and appeared in a Manhattan court last week before the 30-count indictment was disclosed. Cesar Sayoc at present stands accused of mailing 16 explosive devices, despite law enforcement officials previously alleging that he sent 11 critics of the U.S. president a whole of 13 different devices.The charges comprise five counts of use of a arm of mass devastation for each pipe bomb mailed to and detained in the New York area, directing billionaire liberal donor George Soros, former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, actor Robert de Niro, erstwhile CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) director John Brennan and former intelligence chief James Clapper.Sayoc is charged five times with receipt of explosives and interstate transportation and five times with menacing interstate communications.Sayoc was as well indicted five times with illegal mailing of explosives, five times with the use of explosives to commit a crime and five times with the use of an annihilative device in the advancement of a crime of violence. Outside the New York area, Sayoc is likewise accused of sending other pipe bombs to former president Barack Obama, former vice president Joe Biden and some others. The attempted bombings fanned tensions across the U.S. ahead of this week's midterm elections, which saw Trump keep the power of the Senate but the Democrats triumph the majority in the lower House of Representatives.-Sowmya Sangam

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Seasonal Affective Disorder: Effective Ways to Beat Winter Blues November 10, 2018 11:52

From the absence of sunlight to bitterly cold weather, the impulse to laze around indoors during winter can be so enticing.According to experts, several people feel sluggish and low during the winter months.Otherwise called Seasonal Affective Disorder, the winter blues is a sort of depression that can impact people's moods, leading them to feel tired, sleep more, starve carbohydrates and have little motivation. So with winter in its early stages, know what exactly is the winter blues and the most effective ways of tackling it. Seasonal Affective Disorder Although there is no medical agreement on what is the cause of winter blues, diminishing daylight can have an earnest impact on health.Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a state encountered by those who undergo normal mental health during the rest of the year yet suffer depression during winter months.                        Image source: DoctorDoctor People with SAD tend to encounter symptoms around autumn, which go along into the winter months and normally peak around January and February. Symptoms Likewise feeling low, here are some frequent symptoms of winter blues- Tiredness or lack of energy- Sleeping more than usual- Feeling unmotivated and bored- Over-eating and weight gain, with a craving for carbs- Lack of interest in friends or activities that you normally enjoy- Feeling irritable and moody- Difficulty in concentratingThere are a number of ways you can beat the winter blues, including physical activity, mindfulness, and diet. Natural Sunlight Invite as much sunlight as possible in the home by keeping all the curtains drawn and windows clear during the day.                        Image source: Iajmi.net And whenever possible try to head outdoor, even for merely five minutes. Visit Friends and Family                        Image source: Grand Royale London Hyde Park Avoid the feeling of isolation by being more affable with family and friends, not solely will this lift your mood but will also increase motivation to go out and about and keep engaged. Keep Active Staying active and on a regular basis exercising is significant during the winter months, as this can help lessen some of the indications of SAD.                        Image source: The New Daily Something as simple as going to a jog or a walk outside will boost the serotonin endorphins in the body, which sends 'feel-good' chemicals to the brain. Take Vitamin D Staying indoors coupled with dark, depressing winter days can trigger levels of vitamin D to fall, creating a deficiency of this critical source of well-being.Getting enough vitamin D during the dull days of winter can really help fight off winter blues as the vitamin is a central hormone that can impact our moods.                        Image source: Tesco Real Food Vitamin D rich foods include salmon, eggs, milk, mackerel, cheese, and orange juice. Equally, for those who go to work in the dark and travel home in the dark, are advised to take Vitamin D supplements. Eat Healthily Certain carbohydrates, such as whole grains, beans, and other vegetables, can aid hold back regular levels of serotonin (the 'feel-good' chemical).                        Image source: Wellandgood.com Eating a substantial amount of such foods on a daily basis can help boost the immune system and lift spirits. Winter blues can lead to change in mood, tiredness and weight gain (Trinity Mirror). Eat Omega-3 Rich Foods According to research, omega-3 fatty acids can be effective in relieving symptoms of SAD, providing a speedy and effortless mood boost for those who endure winter blues.                        Image source: Be Brain Fit Fish, salmon, soybeans, walnuts, and flaxseeds are all high in Omega-3. Avoid Caffeine                        Image source: Health Central Alcohol, nicotine and excessive caffeine can all increase levels of stress and anxiety. Keep warm According to the NHS, being cold can heighten depression.And it is also been shown that staying warm can reduce the winter blues by half.                        Image source: TreeHugger Keep cosy with hot food and hot drinks, wear warm clothes and shoes and aim to keep heating up to at least 18C. Talk to someone Talking to someone or writing down any pessimistic thoughts can improve positivity.                        Image source: The Vital Beat However, if symptoms are bad, consider booking an appointment with a local General Physician. -Sowmya Sangam

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Indian Shrimp Faces Threat of Ban in U.S. November 10, 2018 10:05

The Indian shrimp is facing a ban threat in the United States, as the Department of State has found that the fishing patterns followed by the country do not obey with the U.S. regulations to save sea turtles.The ban, if imposed, may adversely affect the Rs. 7,000-crore export of shrimp from Kerala. The Department of State on May 1, 2017, had certified 39 nations and one economy, and acknowledged determinations for seven fisheries, as having satisfactory measures in place to protect sea turtles during the course of commercial shrimp fishing, which permits those countries to export wild-caught shrimp to the country.However, India does not feature in the list of certified countries. Since India pleaded that the country is observing safe fishing patterns, a team of experts from the U.S. had visited Odisha, where olive ridley sea turtles nest in large numbers. The team is expected to visit Kerala by January 2019, said sources.The U.S. has implemented a stringent anti-dumping policy to ensure the protection of endangered marine species. As per the norms, the exporter has to furnish details regarding the location from where the fish was caught and the fishing gear used.   If the catch is from outside the territorial waters using illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing practices, the consignment will be rejected. The U.S. law demands the use of Turtle Excluder Devices (TED) in fishing gear to ensure that no turtle is harmed due to the fishing practice."There is a threat of a ban in the U.S. on the import of wild shrimp from India. We are trying to convince them that we don't follow destructive fishing practices," said CMFRI principal scientist Sunil Mohamed."We have informed the American authorities that we follow safe fishing practices and ensure the protection of the marine ecosystem. Turtles are found mostly in the Bay of Bengal and there is no nesting found on the Western Coast. Besides, a majority of the shrimp exported from Kerala is from the shrimp farms. We expect they will give some relaxation," said Fisheries Deputy Director S Mahesh.All-Kerala Fishing Boat Operators Association general secretary Joseph Xavier Kalapurakal said Kerala boats have not installed TED as the population of sea turtles is low in the Arabian sea. "We don't follow destructive fishing practices. Even if a turtle is found in the catch, we release it into the sea. We are confident of convincing the American authorities," he said.With the Fisheries Ministers from southern states set to meet in Kochi on Saturday, fishermen leaders have demanded the issue should be discussed. "The American authorities are bringing in regulations to support their fishing sector. The India Government should take up the matter with the American authorities and find an amicable solution to the problem. If the ban is imposed it will push the fishermen to penury," said Matsya Thozhilali Aikya Vedi president Charles George."A major chunk of the export to the U.S. constitutes farmed shrimp and we don't think the ban will have a huge impact. We export wild shrimp worth 253 million dollars to the U.S." said an officer.-Sowmya Sangam

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