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2009 11:43 pm Top News Madhav Chavan in his article on reforming primary education (? A committee constituted in 2007-08 to review the functioning of NCTE recommended an overhaul. the 60 samosas he had made are long gone, a day after Mulayam had called the party office bearers’ meeting, This was his analysis.if necessary,speaking.

in December 2015, “Kisi ke baghal main baith kar ke unka jo vyahvar hai ya unke saath jo beet raha hai uske baare main jo bagal main baitha hai usse kaise gyaat ho sakta hai. said that you should not share anything on the internet that you would not be comfortable sharing with people in the real world.Azhar Ali took 209 balls to score 82 against an inexperienced? one of the batting greats produced by Pakistan,said a lot would depend on the form of Younis Khan in the Testseries against Australia He said Pakistan had not won a Test series in Australiaand playing down under was always a challenging task “We have a good team but we need to be more positive andattacking Younis has to get runs that is important” Inzamam also said that left-arm pacer Muhammad Aamir also needed to start delivering although it was not easy to make a comeback to international cricket after five longyears “It is difficult to settle down again and startperforming like one did in the past after five years Aamir has not performed up to expectations as yet but he has lot of talent and potential and we know he can deliver” he added Pakistan plays its first Test at Brisbane under lights Pakistan’s last Test win in Australia came in 1995 and sincethen it has been whitewashed in all Test series in 1999 2005and 2010 Inzamam said Australia had staged a strong comeback aftera long losing streak and they would be formidable opponents inthe Tests “Still our team has the potential to beat any side Theymust just play with freedom and without any fear of losing” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Aamir Khan | Mumbai | Updated: January 11 2016 4:43 am The Jiyo Parsi scheme was implemented by the United National PARZOR project in 2014 Express Photo Top News NEVILLE Anklesaria shook his head in disbelief At around 4 am on April 15 2015 his wife Bahroze broke the news of her pregnancy but due to Neville’s skepticism she failed to elicit any reaction For the middle-aged Parsi couple two previous failures made this success story a moot point Bahroze a 39-year-old homemaker and Neville a 44-year-old business professional had fancied their chances of becoming parents a year ago Though a tad bit late in their lives the community fertility scheme Jiyo Parsi came as nothing short of a blessing The Jiyo Parsi scheme was launched by the Ministry of Minority Affairs and was implemented by the United National PARZOR project in 2014 Besides providing medical assistance to young couples the scheme encourages community youth to marry and have babies A hurried text on the breezy April morning to her gynaecologist and a test on the pregnancy test strip showed positive signs “Frankly she got no reaction from me Having a baby seemed a distant dream making it hard to believe when it actually happened” says Neville as he looks at Bahroze seeking consensus The couple has been married for a year but having a child was never really a priority for Neville “The main concern was Bahroze’s well being and everything else was secondary” he says Wearing a traditional Sadra or white vest Neville remembers intentionally disregarding the ad of Jiyo Parsi scheme in the community weekly Jam-e-Jamshed The ad in the meantime caught Bahroze’s attention In September 2014 Bahroze and Neville came in touch with Pearl Mistry of Jiyo Parsi city-based gynaecologist Dr Anahita Pandole and other members associated with the scheme along with 22 other Parsi couples Bahroze is one among three sisters belonging to an affluent Parsi family and Neville belongs to a rather humble background He had to shoulder the responsibility of his home and his future after he lost his father at age 13 They met through a Parsi matchmaking website ‘Chalo Kaaj Kariye’ or ‘Let’s find a match’ “I had already met around a hundred women in vain before meeting Bahroze” says Neville Frustrated for having unsuccessfully undergone the IVF process twice the couple decided to take a break “I was really upset and decided to take a break for three months” says Bahroze aware of perhaps a piece of advice that would later hold true Dr Pandole they say had on several occasions seen women conceive after two failed attempts at fertility treatment And it was a reality in the case of the Anklesarias “To rule out any chances of miscarriage she prescribed a set of injections and later a protein powder for the child who wasn’t very healthy” says Bahroze From the perspective of average Parsi women Bahroze thinks the delay in marrying the man of their choice is an innately ingrained one “The women keep waiting to find that ‘one perfect guy’ More often than not factors such his social status mannerisms and compatibility play on our minds” she says Living in an over-protective environment that is bereft of worldly exposure points Neville is the reason behind an average Parsi man’s “meekness” His was on the contrary a different upbringing where the mother asked him to “go out” and “face the world” “Men need to start believing that the world is their home and not the safety of the four walls of their home” he says With the child on its way Bahroze’s health became the determining factor “Not only for us the child’s birth was a special for our doctor Dr Pandole who made sure we had the best facilities available” shares Bahroze as she makes her entry moments after sending their infant to sleep in the adjoining room of their second-floor home in Bandra Bahroze gave birth through a C-section to a baby boy on December 7 last year a day after the couple celebrated their wedding anniversary Revelry has continued since then They have named their son ‘Rishaan’ another name of Lord Shiva meaning a good human “If somebody asks me what correction I would like to make in my life I tell them that I would go back to a time when I was 24-years-old and marry Bahroze” says Neville brimming with joy [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News 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