India will increase closer to Armenia through Chabahar, Jaishankar is the first foreign minister of the country to go there

India will increase closer to Armenia through Chabahar, Jaishankar is the first foreign minister of the country to go there

 External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, who is on a visit to Armenia, has said an important thing in relation to making a route of traffic from there. He has suggested a way to establish connectivity with Armenia by building a north-south corridor from Iran's Chabahar port. Through this, India and Armenia will be able to increase their trade - develop relations. Jaishankar made this suggestion in talks with top Armenian leaders. Jaishankar has reached Armenia, a country in Central Asia, on the last leg of his three-nation tour. The purpose of his visit is to enhance relations between the two countries and to build a mixed opinion on the issue of Afghanistan.

Jaishankar suggests ways to develop relationships

Jaishankar is the first foreign minister of the country to reach Armenia. He met Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Peshinyan and conveyed his best wishes from Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Jaishankar has tweeted that in the talks with Prime Minister Peshinyan, the development of relations between the two countries was discussed in detail. It was agreed to enhance mutually beneficial cooperation. Jaishankar also had a formal meeting with President Alain Simonyan. Earlier, Jaishankar held talks with his Armenian counterpart Arrat Mirzoyan and later addressed the media jointly with the two leaders.

Chabahar port will open new avenues of trade

As members of the International North-South Transport Corridor, India and Armenia will enhance their connectivity through Chabahar Port, Jaishankar said. India has developed this port of Iran. We welcome the use of Chabahar to enhance regional connectivity. Chabahar Port is located in the middle of Sistan-Balochistan province of Iran. It is easily accessible from the west coast of India.

Through this port, India can reach Afghanistan directly. This port will open new avenues of trade for India. Its first phase has been inaugurated in December 2017. This will compete with Pakistan's Gwadar port, which is 80 km from Chabahar. Pakistan has given its port to China for use.

Tributes paid to those killed in Turkish attack

Responding to Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan's actions of interfering in India's internal affairs, Foreign Minister Jaishankar, who arrived in Yerevan, paid tribute to the victims of the genocide of 1.5 million Armenians. These people were killed in the Turkish attack. It is considered the first and largest massacre in the 20th century. Jaishankar informed about paying tribute by tweeting.

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Fasting is also necessary to stay healthy, there is a positive change in metabolism

Fasting is also necessary to stay healthy, there is a positive change in metabolism

Whether it is to lose weight or control blood sugar – experts have been advising to keep the calories of food in moderation for this for a long time. They believe that reducing the amount of food can make the most of it by changing the process of metabolism. But a new study by University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers has found that simply reducing the amount of calories in a diet is not enough. Rather, fasting is also necessary to get the full benefits. This research findings have been published in the journal Nature Metabolism.

For better health, it is not only necessary to take care of what and how much you eat, but there should also be control over how often you eat. The researchers found that intermittent fasting reduces weakness in old age and increases lifespan. Researchers also found during the experiment that rats that consumed fewer calories but never fasted had a higher rate of pubertal death than rats that ate plenty of food. The research was led by Dudley Laming of the UW School of Medicine and Public Health Metabolism.

Experiment on rats: Laming's team divided the rats into four groups according to the diet. Rats in one group ate as much as they wanted and whenever they wanted. The other group ate a lot in a short period of time, allowing them to fast without reducing calories. The other two groups were given 30 percent fewer calories at once or throughout the day. Meaning some rats fasted longer, while others consumed fewer calories but never fasted.

what was the conclusion

Experiments have shown that fasting along with calorie control is essential for better control of blood sugar, use of fat for energy, and avoidance of weakness in old age. There was no significant change in the rats that ate less food without fasting. It was also told that fasting without reducing the amount of food has the same benefits as controlling calories. Insulin sensitivity can be increased through fasting and metabolism also changes. The livers of fasting rats were also healthier in terms of metabolism.

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