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A number of problems occur because of the delay in the allotment of money by the Centre, said state School Education Minister Partha De For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vijay Pratap Singh | Allahabad | Published: April 2 2010 2:57 am Related News The Allahabad High Court today stayed the suspension of Aligarh Muslim University lecturer Srinivas Ramchandra Siras over charges of gay sex The court also stayed the AMU order asking him to vacate his official residence and restricting his movements Siras was suspended on February 9 The courthoweverdeclined to stay the AMU inquiry against him In an interim orderthe division bench of Justices Sunil Ambwani and K N Pandey directed AMU to allot Siras a residence on the campus The case will be heard next on May 4 The court agreed to our argument that it is constitutionally wrong to intrude into anybodys private life or action?they found that each hour spent in front of the television daily was associated with an 11 percent increased risk of death from all causes, In the junior girls’ category, which are thinner and more flexible than LCD screens, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Published: April 16,Researchers used laser-based 3D-bioprinting techniques to incorporate stem cells derived from adult human heart cells on a matrix that began to grow and beat synchronously in a dish in the lab.it was extremely popular with those who like their magic to be spontaneous and edgy. * Boil 500 gm milk separately, adding that if a video call option is available you don’t wait for starting a conversation and prefer to do it right away.
“scans” and “pictures”. Indian Railway needs to attain the expertise and the upgraded know-how required to run a bullet-train service professionally and efficiently, Jaitley said intellectual people are required to advise government though “we may not accept every suggestion” that they make. Shah showed a 2013 copy of Outlook magazine, Isn’t this an issue in Kerala? “It’s not that I don’t think about it, For all the latest Lifestyle News, ? download Indian Express App ? take on all the established parties in the fray and poll an impressive 419 votes.
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But with the emergence of the RTI Act,factually incorrect?governments counsel T S Nanavati has stated that the application deserves to be dismissed In a significant developmentAdvocate General Kamal Trivedi had appeared before the Commission to represent the governments stand on the application along with Nanavati The government counsel submitted a detailed point-wise reply to the application of the JSMwhich has demanded to summon the CM and others on the basis of the enlarged scope of the Nanavati-Mehta Commission The government has called the application an attempt to sensationalise the public opinion by insisting upon summoning Modi and other functionaries of the government for cross-examination The JSM has demanded to summon them on points like the CMs visit to Godhra following the carnage casepostmortem of those killed in the Godhra train carnageCMs meeting with senior officers of the governmenthanding over the bodies of the Godhra carnage victims to the then VHP general secretaryJaydeep Patel and cellular conversations between some of the riot accusedthe then home minister and some senior police officers of riot-affected areas The governmentin its replyhas questioned the authenticity of the CDs containing cellular phone data submitted by IPS officer Rahul Sharma On FridayMukul Sinha from JSM argued and presented the evidence before the commission in support of the points raised by him in the application to summon Modi and others On Saturdaythe Advocate General will argue on the reply filed by the government counsel For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shamik Chakrabarty | Kolkata | Published: October 17 2009 3:17 am Related News Philippe Troussier wants to do something for Indian football if he is approached by the All India Football Federation (AIFF) The 54-year-old Frenchman coached South Africa and Japan in the 1998 and 2002 World Cup finalsrespectivelyand was adjudged Asias best in 2002 He has a very good relationship with Mohun Bagan coach Karim Bencherifawhom he wanted to take as his assistant when he was approached by Football Federation Australia The body eventually appointed Dutchman Pim Verbeekwhile Troussier now works as a consultant for a J-League club Bencherifa wants to bring Troussier to India to conduct a few coaches seminars The ball is now in the AIFFs court In an e-mail interview with The Indian ExpressTroussier shared his thoughts on how to improve Indian football Excerpts: Q: Whats your idea about Indian football UnfortunatelyI dont know Indian football very well I have come to know through my friend Karim that Indian football is improving and in the years to comewill be stronger I remember in the 1998 Bangkok Asian Gameswhen I was in charge of the Under-21 Japan teamwe played a match against India I dont exactly remember the result but we won the match I think Indian football has progressed since then A coach of your repute who has constantly been on the world stage what are the ways you can help Indian footballI see two aspects As an adviser and a football expert I can share my experience with the Indian coaches and officials I will tell them about my experience on the fieldabout match strategiesabout coaching as a whole and about the psychological aspects of the game This can be done through seminars and conferencesdebate and discussions And also through video sessions and on-the-field activities I can also share my views with the football officials about setting up a structure that will cover the states and help spot talent from the grassroots Clubs and academies play key roles in nurturing talents Competitions at the age-group levels and the senior level have to be in sync I can also put in place a strategy to select youngsters at Under-14U-15U-16 and U-17 levels For India to become a force in world footballthis set-up has to start as soon as possible to prepare for the Asian U-17 and U-19 Championships and also for the preparations for the 2012 and 2016 Olympics Another way is that I can invest myself in a mission on the field with the Indian national teams (from junior level to the senior squad) Its a big project that aims at development and can bring results only after 10 years With an eye on the 2018 World Cup finalsIndia must start now How tough it is for a country like India to qualify for the World Cup finalsSuccess in football is directly linked to a lot of elements and everything has to fall in place to make it right You ought to have a project and the football federation has to be serious to execute the vision It must keep external interferencesif anyat bay The Federationthe state units and the clubs must work in tandem Building the right infrastructure is very important and the state units and clubs should be well equipped financially so that the players get the right backing As far as national competitions are concernedthey should be long and run without any gap Every player must play at least 30 matches a season to gain experience Its also important to move step by step The first aim should be to play in the Asian Champions League Then the players must aim at playing in the foreign leagueswhich will help them gain the right experience African football has progressed this way In Africaalmost everyone who plays for the national team is now with foreign (European) clubs For the Asian teams to become world standardplayers have to play abroadmainly in Europe For Indiaits still a long way to go But things can be achieved by putting in place a big project of development Patience and proper assessment are required What would your suggestion be to the Indian players who want to pursue a career in EuropeThe quality of Indian football is just not good enough in the eyes of the Europeansnot only in terms of technique but also rhythmattitudephysique and understanding match strategies Add to this the problem of adjusting to a new culture My suggestion for the Indian players is to stay in their own country for the moment and practise their passion in a professional environment with the clubs and the Federation looking after them There must be many good footballers in India For those who really want to try their luck in Europethey must be ready to face the challenge It helps to have good advisersand they must go young Rather than eyeing the top divisionsthey should start from the bottom of the ladder For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsRepublican lawmakers in the US House of Representatives are raising objections to a US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) plan to lift a 1983 ban on Libyan nationals receiving pilot training or studying nuclear science in the United States At a hearing last week supporters of lifting the ban said the move is needed to help Libya rebuild global ties after decades of international sanctions during the dictatorship of Muammar Gaddafi Critics however worried it could help train potential terrorists The regulations at issue were created by President Ronald Reagan’s administration in the early 1980s when Libya hosted terrorist training camps and sought to procure nuclear weapons Libya was already included on the US State Department’s list of state sponsors of terrorism but the Reagan administration wanted to make sure that Libyans were not able to come to the United States to learn to fly or repair aircraft or study the nuclear sciences Wanting to improve foreign relations with the United States in 2003 Libya voluntarily ended its nuclear program which was still in the early stages of uranium enrichment Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice removed the country as a state sponsor of terrorism in 2006 In 2010 the Defense Department formally requested that DHS rescind the ban hoping to improve foreign relations with Libya Rebel forces killed Gaddafi and toppled his government the next year but Pentagon officials have reiterated their request in large part because they want to help rebuild the Libyan air force by training Libyan pilots at bases in the United States The Pentagon says a renovated air force could help the country combat militant groups such as those that killed four Americans at the US embassy in Benghazi in 2012 But some lawmakers expressed doubts at the 3 April joint hearing of the House Oversight and Government Reform Subcommittee on National Security and the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security For instance Representative Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) argued that the newly formed Libyan government cannot adequately assist the United States in vetting visa candidates “When we go to give somebody a visa we rely on the host nation to help us identify that person and understand their background” he said “That does not happen in Libya—they don’t have the infrastructure or the ability to do this” Administration officials disputed that idea DHS officials adequately considered potential security risks when creating the draft proposal said DHS Assistant Secretary of International Affairs Alan Bersin He also noted that nationals of no other country except Iran are comprehensively banned from studying nuclear sciences in the United States Instead immigration and security officials consider such applications on a case-by-case basis Allowing Libyan nuclear scientists to study in the United States could provide a security benefit said Representative Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) “Historically we have sought to take weapon scientists from potential enemies and teach them something useful to do other than weapon science” she said “Because if that’s all you know how to do that skill is for sale in the world” Before the ban can be lifted DHS officials must publish a formal proposal and allow a period for public comment Chaffetz suggested he would support a bill reaffirming the comprehensive Libyan ban while at the same time extending the ban to cover other nations with terrorist activity but has proposed no specific legislation Neither DHS nor Chaffetz established a timeline for any actionA coral reef has more in common with a forest than you might think When sunlight strikes a group of trees some parts tend to get more sun than others Leaf tissue somewhat compensates for this by scattering light outward helping to illuminate other leaves A similar thing happens with coral researchers reported at the American Geophysical Union’s Ocean Sciences meeting in New Orleans Louisiana When scientists shone a laser at a coral the coral’s colorful tissue spread the light generally redistributing it to other parts Coral’s white calcium carbonate skeleton also gets in on the action But it tends to spread light less helping instead to focus it on specific areas that would otherwise be in the shade Coral can also rearrange themselves depending on the circumstances expanding to increase the spread of light or contracting to minimize it Yet even with all of these tricks light can only penetrate so far into coral 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