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as per directions of the NHRC and the Supreme Court, 2016 5:21 pm Nawaz Sharif said Pakistan would continue to extend moral,Dr Martin Ney,German Ambassador to India It said the information was shared by German authorities during an official meeting with Pakistan embassy officials in Berlin WATCH VIDEO:Congress Says Jaishankar’s Remarks Have Exposed Government’s ‘Lie’ MEA spokesperson Vikas Swarup however strongly refuted the report calling it ‘concocted’ and ‘baseless’ in a statement “The German ambassador D Martin Ney was in the group of foreign envoys briefed by the Foreign Secretary on September 29 on the Surgical Strikes They have had no further conversation since on this subject” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Lucknow | Published: February 28 2015 9:51 pm Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi Related News A local lawyer on Saturday filed a public interest litigation (PIL) in the Lucknow bench of Allahabad High Court seeking to know the whereabouts of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi who has taken a sabbatical Petitioner Ashok Pande said he deemed it necessary for the safety of Gandhi Congress Vice-President and an MP and because the reputation of Government of India was involved Share This Article Related Article Pande contended that since Gandhi enjoyed security cover of the elite Special Protection Group (SPG) he could not disappear without proper information “I have prayed that the court should direct Government of India (through Secretary Ministry of Home Affairs) and Director General (of) SPG to search for Rahul Gandhi and if he is not under the security of SPG it should take him under its cover” he said Gandhi has gone on a sabbatical for a few weeks but his destination was not disclosed by the Congress fuelling speculation about his whereabouts For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shamik Chakrabarty | Kolkata | Updated: October 27 2017 8:39 am England coach Steve Cooper must have addressed the issues during his half time team talk for the Young Lions started to play a high line after the break (Source: AP) Related News A gameplan switch in the second half saw England roll over Brazil in their U-17 World Cup semifinal at the Salt Lake Stadium on Wednesday Close to 64000 ‘Brazil’ fans were quietened and the support eventually was turned around England led the 2-1 after the first half but the Samba boys had the on-pitch dominance Brazil were ahead in the number of shots on goal – 4-3 – and ball possession – 52 per cent to 48 per cent England coach Steve Cooper must have addressed the issues during his half time team talk for the Young Lions started to play a high line after the break They took control and never allowed their opponents to wrest the initiative Brazil tried to up the ante They had six shots on goal in the second half but five of those were from outside the area Likewise their 58 per cent ball possession in the second period was rendered sterile by the England boys “We would have liked the ball a bit more in the first half and that’s normally our style of play But it’s not always as easy for that to happen; particularly when you play a World Cup semifinal on a big occasion and against a very good team So there was a little bit of fight for possession in the opening 25-30 minutes But eventually we settled down and got our positioning right on the pitch As soon as we did we managed to get in really well and took our chances scored three goals We are worthy winners overall” Cooper said Ahead of the match both Cooper and Brazil coach Carlos Amadeu had agreed that midfield control would be the biggest factor in determining the outcome of the match Brazil midfielders Alan and Marcos Antonio were giving some trouble to their English counterparts George McEachran and Tashan Oakley-Boothe in the first half A high line after the break and the forward thrust allowed the England duo to peg the Brazil playmakers back McEachran neutralised Alan who was eventually subbed on 86 minutes Oakley-Boothe also raised his game Amadeu decided to tweak and brought in Yuri Alberto for Brenner pushing his No 9 Lincoln wide on the left Cooper replaced Steve Sessegnon with Timothy Eyoma at right-back and blocked the threat England’s Plan A was to put the ball behind the Brazil backline on counters Plan B was about going wide and whipping in crosses The colts patiently waited to wear down the opposition side-backs and created their three goals through excellent wing play Phil Foden was imperious on the right flank and when Nya Kirby came in on 87 minutes he nutmegged a Brazil player Such was the confidence A see-saw battle between Callum Hudson-Odoi and Brazil right-back Wesley was one of the highlights of the game If the first half belonged to the Brazilian during which he also scored a goal on the overlap Hudson-Odoi ruled in the second half A box-to-box midfielder by speciality the Chelsea starlet has been showing his versatility as a winger ever since Jadon Sancho was taken out of the England squad by his club Borussia Dortmund “When you play against a team like Brazil I think there were two main ways of scoring tonight One is transition; if we attack quickly we might get behind their backline as quickly as we can If not we had to be patient get together (and) fill the spaces down the side from crossing areas To score three goals from something that we planned was really pleasing That again is recognition for the boys; realising how to score where are the spaces and making good decisions We made some substitutions Emile Smith Rowe created the third goal by getting into that area as well” Cooper explained For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News468 (forgery for purpose of cheating), According to initial reports the earthquake had its epicentre? paltry equivalent of ?

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For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsResearchers are worried that the European Medicines Agency (EMA) is backpedaling on its pledge to open clinical trials data to public scrutiny Draft documents detailing how the agency plans to make such data available contains small print that may severely limit access and that constitutes a turnaround from earlier promises for openness academics say For instance the plan says that registered users would only be allowed to view trial information on screen making it more difficult to reanalyze data They would not be permitted to “download save edit photograph print distribute or transfer the information” say the draft terms of use dated 5 May of which ScienceInsider has obtained a copy “This is a stunning and surprising reversal” says a 16 May statement sent to ScienceInsider by Tom Jefferson a reviewer at the Cochrane Acute Respiratory Infections Group in Rome and Peter Doshi an assistant professor of pharmaceutical health services research at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy in Baltimore and associate editor at BMJ (Jefferson and Doshi fought a long battle supported by BMJ to obtain trial data for the influenza drug oseltamivir better known as Tamiflu) The European ombudsman Emily O’Reilly has echoed the researchers’ worries “I am now concerned about what appears to be a significant change in EMA’s policy which could undermine the fundamental right of public access to documents established by EU law” O’Reilly said in a statement on 16 May She urged the agency to justify itself in writing by the end of the month EMA did not make the documents public but shared them with representatives of patients consumers health care professionals the pharmaceutical industry academia and medical journals a part of “targeted discussions” to finalize the draft policy Europe has been leading the clinical trial transparency bandwagon in recent years EMA vowed to become more transparent in 2010 after the ombudsman sharply criticized the agency for refusing to share data about two antiobesity drugs with researchers from Denmark Since then it has released millions of pages of so-called clinical study reports (CSRs) upon request—including some 20000 on oseltamivir to Doshi and Jefferson In 2012 EMA also announced a system to “proactively publish clinical-trial data and enable access to full data sets by interested parties” by default rather than in response to specific queries The agency consulted extensively with scientists industry and patient groups on how best to do this; it missed its January 2014 target for the release of a new draft policy Now that the policy is almost ready it has turned out to be a "U-turn" from EMA’s promises Jefferson and Doshi write By introducing a number of controls “EMA is putting a gatekeeping function … that will slow down the process” and hinder access for researchers who want to replicate studies adds Carl Heneghan director of the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom and a co-founder of AllTrials a campaign for transparency on trial results Scientists also worry that some data in CSRs may be blacked out Although EMA says that much of the information in the reports is not commercially confidential the draft policy does list a series of items that may be redacted before the data is shared This could be necessary in the case of ”novel statistical or other analytical methods” as well as results about potential off-label uses of medicines say the draft redaction principles “We maintain our stance that it’s not commercially confidential information but it’s still information that has commercial value” says EMA spokesman Martin Harvey-Allchurch For example someone could use the information to support a market application outside the European Union’s jurisdiction he says But Trudo Lemmens an associate professor of health law and policy at the University of Toronto in Canada says the changes would put industry in a position to “enter negotiations with EMA about what they want to see hidden and what not” He calls the plans an "incredible step backward" On a more fundamental note researchers who want to access data would have to acknowledge that CSRs are “protected by copyright and proprietary rights” of the company that submitted them to EMA Ticking that box would create a contractual recognition of rights that are legally “questionable” Lemmens says: While industry generally considers that it owns the data from the clinical trials data it sponsors others see the data as a public good This debate underlies ongoing litigation between EMA and US company InterMune which sued the agency for divulging data to competitors “I would find it highly problematic that while EMA defends its right to make data publicly accessible they’re asking researchers to recognize [industry’s] legal claims” Lemmens says EMA’s Harvey-Allchurch denies that the agency is reneging on it promises “We’re not going backwards” he says “It’s about facilitating access” He stresses that the plans are still open for discussion before EMA presents the revised draft policy to its managing board on 12 JuneWritten by Alaka Sahani | Published: November 23 2016 12:22 am Still from the film Top News AM I a man playing a woman or a woman playing a man” This question haunts Harischandra aka Hari a popular Yakshagana artist who essays female characters Ananya Kasaravalli’s debut feature film Harikatha Prasanga (Chronicles of Hari) is an exploration of the internal conflict that forces Hari on a journey of self-discovery — bringing him closer to himself while at the same time distancing him from the world This story was narrated to Ananya — the daughter of renowned Kannada filmmaker Girish Kasaravalli — by award-winning Kannada author Gopalakrishna Pai who had written it for the Diwali edition of a local magazine two years ago Eventually she developed the story into the script of Harikatha Prasanga which is the only Indian film competing at the Indian Film Festival of India (IFFI) Goa for the Centenary Award for best Debut Feature of a Director in collaboration with her father and Pai “When you grow up in a family of filmmakers joining the world of cinema becomes an obvious career choice” says Ananya whose late mother Vaishali Kasaravalli was a writer-director and her brother Apoorva is an actor-director However like any other teenager Ananya was initially drawn to acting “Yet every time I worked with my mother she kept telling me: ‘I see a director in you You should give direction a thought’ Somewhere I started believing in that” recalls Ananya Ananya Kasaravalli Her movie set in a coastal village in Karnataka unfolds through different perspectives captured in three episodes across four audio-visual interviews conducted by two young filmmakers who are interested in finding out Hari’s whereabouts as he has gone missing Ananya was 16 when she made her acting debut as Padmini with the stage production of Girish Karnad’s Hayavadana one of the landmark modern Indian plays This was one of the last plays that BV Karanth a Bangalore-based prominent theatre personality directed “I played the role of Padmini for nearly three years at regular intervals I would discover a new meaning and layer in the play each time I revisited it” says Ananya Alongside theatre she started acting in television shows and later in Kannada movies such as Parole (2010) Kaada Beladingalu (2007) and Nayi Neralu (2007) “I did quite a lot of work in television as the shows are on air for a while Television has its own grammar I am glad that as an actor I was a part of everything” says Ananya who took a break from acting in 2014 to study direction at LV Prasad Film and Television Academy Chennai Still from the film Since Pai was a family friend it was easier for Ananya to have in-depth conversations with him and understand the way he had conceived the character of Hari However she was acutely aware of the fact that she is not well-versed with the tradition of Yakshagana a form of folk theatre in Karnataka “I did not want the film to look like an outsider’s perspective I had to research a lot on Yakshagana — its tradition and practice I also studied the gender conflict that the artists go through” So her brief to cinematographer Udith Khurana was also that it should look like an insider is narrating the story The character of Hari is played by Bangalore-based theatre actor Shrunga Vasudevan Ananya says one of the toughest parts of her directorial debut was to find an actor who could do justice to the role of Hari Initially we wanted to cast someone who is familiar with Yakshagana However she was convinced that Shrunga was the right choice in spite of his masculine appearance “Mr Pai was shocked with my selection and said that the role requires someone feminine My reason for choosing him was that behind the facade of being a rugged and masculine boy he has tender eyes Though everyone said one can’t be so theoretical about life and casting I was confident that this would work” she says Initially the urge to tell a moving story made her take up direction However with Harikatha Prasanga travelling to various international and Indian festivals Ananya has grown more confident She has already started working on her next directorial venture whose script she is writing However she has no plans of quitting acting yet “Since I love acting too I am hoping to find a balance” she says The other films competing for the Centenary Award include One Week & A Day (Israel) Rara by Pepa (Chile) Tramontane (Lebanon) and Two Birds (Algeria-France) For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKISSIMMEE FLORIDA—To understand the universe’s very first galaxies astronomers need to know what they’re made of But the clouds of gas that birthed them don’t shine with stars like a fully formed galaxy making them very hard to see Now a team has developed a method for measuring the size and mass of clouds of cool dense gas that existed 11 billion years ago when the universe was less than 20% of its current age In the process they have confirmed that they are big enough and massive enough to form galaxies Astronomers had previously been able to detect the presence of such clouds if there was a bright source of light behind them like a quasar—the energetic black hole at the center of a galaxy As the quasar’s light passes through the gas cloud hydrogen atoms absorb a specific wavelength of light through a process called Lyman-α absorption That absorption line in the quasar’s spectrum is a signature of such clouds which are consequently known as damped Lyman-α (DLα) systems But the thin beams from quasars don’t reveal whether the DLA cloud is just a small clump or galaxy-sized Today a pair of astronomers told the American Astronomical Society meeting here that they have instead used the light from entire galaxies to probe DLα clouds—the equivalent of using searchlight beams compared with a quasar’s laser With such a broad backlight they are able to say that the clouds are at least as big as typical galaxies from that era The image above shows a quasar (white right) shining its narrow beam through a DLα cloud (center) to Earth; superimposed on the quasar is a galaxy (red) shining a much wider beam through the cloud To date the researchers havestudied more than 10 such clouds measuring up to 30000 light-years across From details of the absorption they can estimate the clouds’ densities and from that their masses The technique requires many hours of observations with the world’s largest telescopes which makes it hard to apply widely now But when thenext generation of 30-meter-class telescopescomes online in the next decade the astronomers say they will be able to routinely probe the cradle of early galaxies

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