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Malaika Arora and Sara Ali Khan nailing a tough workout will make you want to hit the gym RN

first_imgMalaika Arora and Sara Ali Khan nailing a tough workout will make you want to hit the gym RNIn a video posted by Namrata Purohit, Sara Ali Khan and Malaika Arora can be seen working out on the Cadillac reformer and they are giving us some serious Monday motivation.advertisement India Today Web Desk New DelhiJanuary 21, 2019UPDATED: January 22, 2019 08:11 IST Malaika Arora and Sara Ali Khan at the gymMalaika Arora is one of the only celebs in B-Town who is known for their healthy lifestyle and great physique. The diva is often spotted heading to the gym and is often seen nailing Pilates session with her trainer Namrata Purohit.Now, it seems like Malaika has found a new gym enthusiast to nail tough workout videos with and it is none other than Sara Ali Khan.In a video posted by Namrata, the Simmba actor and Malaika can be seen working out on the Cadillac reformer and they are giving us some serious Monday motivation.Namrata posted the video with the caption, “‘Back’ with my strong #PilatesGirls @saraalikhan95 @malaikaaroraofficial killing it and giving us some serious Monday motivation.”In proper synchronised moves, the duo can be seen doing core-strengthening and muscle strengthening exercises.For their workout routine, Malaika and Sara both were seen rocking gym shorts and a tight bun. While Malaika paired her shorts with a black slogan sports bra, Sara wore it with a pastel pink tank top over a sports bra.The two divas truly slayed the workout routine with their killer moves.While Sara is still enjoying the success of her recent film Simmba, Malaika is having the best time of her life with rumoured boyfriend Arjun Kapoor.advertisementALSO SEE | Sara Ali Khan and Janhvi Kapoor show how to nail gym fashion in similar outfitsALSO WATCH | Malaika-Arjun to make it official soonGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byKrishna Priya Pallavi Tags :Follow Malaika AroraFollow Sara Ali Khan Nextlast_img read more

Trudeau gives boost to marketoriented group on cleaneconomy initiative

by Geordon Omand and Bruce Cheadle, The Canadian Press Posted Mar 1, 2016 2:00 am MDT Last Updated Mar 2, 2016 at 9:00 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Trudeau gives boost to market-oriented group on clean-economy initiative Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, third right, is shown a Veemo velomobile, a tricycle enclosed in an aerodynamic body with a built-in electric motor, by VeloMetro CTO Kody Baker, second right, and CEO John Stonier, right, before speaking at the launch of the green economy initiative, Smart Prosperity, in Vancouver, B.C., on Tuesday March 1, 2016. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck VANCOUVER – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gave a boost Tuesday to a new cross-sectoral group of business leaders, labour, non-governmental organizations, government and academics who want to accelerate Canada’s transition to a high-efficiency, low carbon economy.Smart Prosperity officially launched in Vancouver with encouragement from Trudeau, whose Liberal government’s climate agenda appears to dovetail with the economic transformation envisioned by the new market-oriented group.“This is really exemplifying for me the kind of co-operation and collaboration that’s going to be so essential in terms of addressing not just the challenges that we’re facing in the coming years, but the tremendous opportunities that are there for us,” Trudeau said at the launch.Twenty-six individuals have signed on to the initiative, including an eclectic mix of top representatives from banks and insurance companies, aluminium smelters, the United Steel Workers union, a grocery chain, investment firms and the World Wildlife Fund.They’re looking to identify and promote policies that spur innovation, generate jobs and boost the economy while improving the environment and conserving Canada’s natural heritage.“I’m a big believer in government not playing the leadership role,” Annette Verschuren, one of three Smart Prosperity co-chairs and the former president of Home Depot Canada, said in an interview before Tuesday’s announcement.“But government is critical to developing the right policy, the right triggers, the right environment. What’s really more important is that private capital gets attracted to this industry — spurred on by policies that make sense for our country.”Smart Prosperity’s launch coincides with four days of climate-focused networking, marketing, trade shows, policy discussion and federal-provincial arm-twisting, with Trudeau on hand to meet indigenous leaders and his provincial and territorial counterparts cheek-by-jowl with Vancouver’s massive, biennial Globe conference on clean tech.The key pillars of Smart Prosperity’s opening research paper point to innovation, incentives, infrastructure and investment.“The number one action point is to accelerate clean innovation — to create the conditions for celebrating clean innovation across all sectors of our economy,” said co-chair Lorraine Mitchelmore, the Calgary-based former president of Shell Canada. “This is truly about market economy, not market distortion.”Energy efficiency and resource efficiency is another top priority. So if you’re not keen on carbon pricing — the dreaded “job-killing tax on everything,” in the parlance of politics — this market-oriented group won’t be for you.As Mitchelmore says, there’s already an incentive for industry to become more efficient. “Let’s incent it even more: You need a price signal to actually give that incentive.”And this is not a group that is disinterested in the overall health of the Canadian economy.Galen Weston of Loblaws will be rubbing shoulders with former Dragon’s Den investor Arlene Dickinson, Shell Canada president Michael Crothers, Telus CEO Darren Entwistle, Royal Bank special adviser Phil Fontaine and Dominic Barton, the global managing director of consulting giant McKinsey and Company.“You don’t see this kind of powerful, diverse group of Canadian leaders come together around issues very often,” said co-chair Stewart Elgie, an environmental law professor at the University of Ottawa and a founding member.“In many ways this is sort of a once-in-a-generation opportunity.”Elgie, Mitchelmore and Verschuren have been developing Smart Prosperity for two years and Tuesday’s launch was seen as the start of a much wider conversation with all Canadians about where the country wants to be in 10 years. That future needs to start with government policy-making now, building on what Mitchelmore calls “pockets of success all over the place.”There’s actually much agreement among business, labour, environmental groups and global organizations such as the World Bank about how the economy and environment can and should be linked for the good of both. But the various sectoral “silos” haven’t been talking to each other, or pushing governments with one voice, says Smart Prosperity.Elgie likens the global energy and environmental transformation that’s just emerging to Canada’s free trade transformation of the 1980s, which tossed off a century of trade protectionism.“We’re at that same kind of moment now, there’s a fundamental structural shift happening in the global economy,” said Elgie, who questions whether political leaders will be far-sighted enough to recognize it.“That is the nature of the moment and it’s why this group of people have come together. This is the issue of our time.”— Follow @BCheadle on TwitterNote to readers: This is a corrected story. An earlier version misidentified the World Wildlife Fund and had an incorrect surname for Darren Entwistle. read more