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" Duterte said of China.DE,no construction can be done on the allotted plot, she added BMC commissioner Sitaram Kunte said he will look into the matter For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsGuwahati: The flood situation in Assam marginally improved on Friday with the water level of the Brahmaputra and Barak rivers along with their tributaries showing a receding trend at most places The floods however claimed two more lives pushing the death toll to 75 File image of locals stranded in Assam floods Reuters The swirling waters of the Dhansiri river claimed a life in Golaghat district while another person died at Hojai according to a report by the Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) Most of the rivers in the state were showing a receding trend but the Dhansiri was flowing above the ‘danger’ mark at Golaghat and Numaligarh the ASDMA said Over 165 lakh people remained affected due to the floods in Lakhimpur Biswanath Barpeta Dhubri Goalpara Morigaon Nagaon Karbi Anglong Golaghat Jorhat Sivasagar Karimganj Hailakandi and Cachar districts As many as 421 villages were still under water and nearly 21574 hectares of crop area had been inundated the agency said Golaghat is the worst-hit district with 40898 people affected due to the floods followed by Morigaon with over 39000 people marooned Golaghat has also suffered heavy infrastructural damages with an embankment and a connecting bridge between Barpathar and Dhansiri along with parts of three other roads washed away A total of 13332 people are still staying at 80 relief camps and the respective district administrations are providing the necessary assistance to them Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Friday visited the Lezai and Kalakhawa areas in Dibrugarh district and interacted with the flood-hit people He said the Centre had taken effective steps for dredging the river bed and would construct expressways on both sides of the Brahmaputra to reduce the menace of the perennial floods and erosion in the state By: PTI | Published: May 24 2017 2:29 pm The team found that people who value diversity are more likely to enjoy listening to music from other cultures and that act of listening furthers one’s pro-diversity beliefs (Representational Image) Related News The universal language of music may have a humanising effect and reduce feelings of prejudice between people from different racial backgrounds say scientists Researchers recorded a mock news story featuring an Arab and an American actor playing music together They then showed the video clip to US participants who were not Arab The team found that when viewing the two cultures collaborating on music individuals in the study were prone to report more positive perceptions – less of a prejudiced view -of Arabs “Music would not have developed in our civilisations if it did not do very important things to us” said Jake Harwood a professor at the University of Arizona (UA) in the US “It allows us to communicate common humanity to each other It models the value of diversity in ways you don’t readily see in other parts of our lives” said Harwood The benefits were notable even when individuals did not play musical instruments themselves Merely listening to music produced by outgroup members helped reduce negative feelings about outgroup members Harwood said “It’s not just about playing Arab music But if you see an Arab person playing music that merges the boundary between mainstream US and Arab then you start connecting the two groups” Harwood said “The act of merging music is a metaphor for what we are trying to do: Merging two perspectives in music you can see an emotional connection and its effect is universal” said Farah Qadar who was a graduate researcher at UA at the time of the research In another study researchers measured people’s appreciation for diversity gauging how they felt about members of other groups The team then asked people to listen to music from other cultures and then report how much they enjoyed the music and what they perceived of the people the music represented The team found that people who value diversity are more likely to enjoy listening to music from other cultures and that act of listening furthers one’s pro-diversity beliefs Harwood also said artists such as Eminem and Rihanna are among those who are experimenting with music that crosses cultural boundaries “We must think about music as a human social activity rather than a sort of beautiful aesthetic hobby and appreciate how fundamental it is to us all” he said “We can then begin to see people from other groups as more human and begin to recategorize one another as members as the same group” he added The research was published in the Journal of Communication For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Hiral Dave | Published: April 1 2013 1:43 am Related News To regulate consumption of waterdrought-prone Gujarat is set to give itself 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