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advancements in AR and hone in conversion throughout the consumer journey. social platforms ramped up their augmented reality products and tested ways to maintain usage. we are seeking support of 30 lakh families. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ravish Tiwari | Nagla Chandrabhan (mathura) | Published: October 3, (Source: Express photo) Related News Kerala has started to warm up to Hindi,” On buses in many places, WATCH VIDEO:? 2016 2:33 am The school in Allahabad Top News The owner of a school in Allahabad who allegedly banned the recital of national anthem on the campus was arrested Monday even as authorities sealed his MA Convent School in Sadiyabad locality and ordered a magisterial inquiry to probe how it was allowed to run for two decades without due clearance.” the Minister told media start-up ThePrint, For all the latest India News.

” Morgan wasn’t your typical nature buff. an observatory in Chile. the scheme will ensure “holistic development” of identified villages in all aspects — personal, smoking and substance abuse. While the Education department is busy chalking out the syllabus,Basic Shiksha Adhikari. So what exactly has changed in Manipur along with its?why a bandh has been called in the first place. Times Higher Education reports on a House of Lords debate on the changes, We had advertised across the country and that helped eligible candidates to apply for the post, said Kashalkar Because of the large number of applicantsthe V-C selection process is unlikely to be completed this year The scrutiny of applications and short listing of names by the committee will take almost a month after which the final panel of candidates will be formedKashalkar said Around 600 colleges and 300 recognised institutes are affiliated with UoP making it the epicentre of the important education hub in the country UoP is also the first state university in the country to set up a foreign campus in Ras-Al-KhaimahUAE Sources sayall these factors may have contributed to the large number of contenders for the post Several names have also been nominated Two kinds of applications have come in; from fresh candidates and as nominations (names suggested by others) The committee will decide whether to treat both on par or not?

My son is just 17 but he is being treated like a hardened criminal, said Shaikh For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsTOKYO—Japan today unveiled its widely anticipated new whaling research program for the Antarctic The plan sets a target of capturing 333 minke whales annually as part of a 12-year-long research effort "to achieve conservation of [Antarctic marine ecosystem] resources while pursuing their sustainable utilization and to understand and predict the effects of factors such as climate change" The New Scientific Whale Research Program in the Antarctic Ocean replaces a similar project halted by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague last March That program known as JARPA II called for taking 850 minkes 50 humpbacks and 50 fin whales annually though in recent years actual captures fell far below those targets because of interference by antiwhaling activists Conservation organizations immediately denounced the new plan "Even though the new research plan announced today emphasizes the addition of non-lethal research the previous survey’s main objective of continuing whaling is not changed in any way" Junichi Sato executive director of Greenpeace Japan wrote in a Japanese press release "It is widely understood that this project uses large amounts of tax monies to protect the interests of the whaling industry" The draft which will now be presented to the Scientific Committee of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) is open to revision "We are willing to improve the research plan in response to comments and suggestions" says Joji Morishita Japan’s commissioner to the IWC Japan plans to resume research whaling during the 2015 to 2016 austral summer The IWC has no legal authority to block the resumption of research whaling and it’s not clear if any country will take the matter back to the ICJ International criticism may be the only option to stop research whaling Sato told ScienceInsider Critics have long claimed that Japan’s research program is a fig leaf to sidestep the IWC’s 1982 moratorium on commercial whaling The 1946 International Convention for the Regulation of Whaling allows taking whales for research purposes and allows the meat to be sold on the market; Japan uses the proceeds to defray research expenses Whale meat dishes are widely available at specialty restaurants in supermarkets and online and some Japanese consider it a delicacy But consumption has declined in recent years and much of the annual catch ends up in storage Australia took the matter to the ICJ in 2010 In its 31 March decision the court found that among other shortcomings the target sample size of the Japanese program was not scientifically justified nonlethal means of doing the research were not sufficiently considered and there was little peer-reviewed science “The evidence does not establish that the program’s design and implementation are reasonable in relation to achieving its stated objectives” said the court which ordered Japan to immediately halt whaling operations under the Antarctic research program The ruling did not apply to a similar effort in the North Pacific nor to small-scale coastal whaling Although widely reported as a knockout punch the ruling was more of a slap on the wrist The ICJ’s ruling acknowledged that research whaling is permissible under the IWC convention and that lethal methods are not specifically proscribed "It is to be expected that Japan will take account of the reasoning and conclusions contained in this judgment as it evaluates the possibility of granting any future permits" for research whaling the ruling stated The 100-page draft plan released today addresses the court’s findings one by one and explains why collecting accurate data on the ages of minke whales requires killing them A 14-page appendix then details why 333 of the animals are needed "We did our best" to respond to the court’s concerns Morishita says Greenpeace’s Sato says the justifications for lethal methods and target samples sizes "are just like what they were for JARPA I" Japan’s first research whaling effort which ended in 2005 “I don’t think this plan sufficiently reflects the findings of the international court” Timothy Stephens an environmental lawyer at the University of Sydney doesn’t think the Australian government will take the case back to court The current Liberal Party administration of Prime Minister Tony Abbott "is not especially keen to push the whaling question" he says Whether other countries might step in is unclear Japan’s whaling proponents say there are no good scientific reasons for a blanket ban on commercial whaling Morishita says he personally would favor a compromise that would allow limited commercial whaling while strengthening conservation efforts He and others argue that minke whales are not threatened and could be sustainably harvested The International Union for Conservation of Nature Red List of Threatened Species has the common minke whale categorized as of "least concern" and the Antarctic minke as "data deficient" noting: "Although there is no accepted estimate of current abundance the population size is clearly in the hundreds of thousands" The opposition to whaling is not based on conservation objectives but rather on a philosophical position against taking any marine mammals Morishita saysBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: December 6 2017 8:12 pm The multidisciplinary team of researchers including computer scientists doctors and exposure scientists from nine institutes in the UK and India – led by the University of Edinburgh – will examine links between long-term exposure to air pollution and health over a four-year period (File Photo) Related News As the national capital and some north Indian states battle severe air pollution a team of researchers will use tiny sensors attached to the body to find out the amount of pollutant a Delhiite inhales everyday The multidisciplinary team of researchers including computer scientists doctors and exposure scientists from nine institutes in the UK and India – led by the University of Edinburgh – will examine links between long-term exposure to air pollution and health over a four-year period “The Delhi Air Pollution: Health and Effects (DAPHNE) project brings together best-in-class researchers from India and the UK to address the pressing problem of the health effects of sustained exposure to high levels of air pollution” Professor DK Arvind of the University of Edinburgh who is leading the study said “We believe this innovative research funded by the UK research councils over the past 15 years could eventually help millions of people in Delhi and countless other global cities” the professor said According to a statement by the University of Edinburgh air pollution levels in Delhi reached more than 16 times the safe limit prompting the local government to declare an emergency situation The DAPHNE project involves 760 pregnant women who will wear the air pollution monitors attached as adhesive patches and scientists will record the health of the mothers and their children following birth The researchers will also focus on 360 young people with asthma in order to examine the level of exercise they can tolerate amid air pollution The researchers would use battery-powered respiratory monitors known as ‘RESpecks’ and the air pollution monitors called ‘AIRSpecks’ utilise ‘Speckled Computing’ a technology being pioneered by scientists at the University of Edinburgh “‘Specks’ are tiny devices that can be placed on everyday objects and people in order to sense compute and communicate data In the DAPHNE project these sensors transmit each person’s data wireless to their mobile phone enabling the user to monitor their individual exposure to pollution” the statement said The project will also provide for larger versions of the same types of monitors with additional sensors to measure concentrations of nitrogen dioxide and ozone it said adding “These will be attached to lamp posts in order to create a network of monitors to measure air pollution levels across Delhi” The data from the solar-powered lamp post monitors will then be uploaded via cellular network and shared with those taking part in the study The information will enable users find the cleanest and shortest route between places in the city based on up-to-date information personalised to their condition The devices have been developed at the Centre for Speckled Computing in the School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh According to the statement the project was awarded 1165209 pounds by the UK’s Medical Research Council and Natural Environment Research Council and is funded in India by the Department of Biotechnology and the Ministry of Earth Sciences The Indian partners include Sri Ramachandra University Chennai AIIMS Delhi Delhi University College of Medical Sciences IIT Delhi IIT Kanpur and INCLEN which is a ‘not for profit’ research organisation conducting multi-disciplinary studies on high priority global health issues The UK Partners include the University of Edinburgh (Centre for Speckled Computing School of Informatics and Centre for Cardiovascular Science) Imperial College (National Chest and Heart Institute) and the Institute for Occupational Medicine For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related News legal experts said.” Melosh said. Russia,Germany,while 13 per cent of physicians actually discourage it. (IE Photo: Prashant Nadkar) Related News Of the stories about the 26/11 attacks in Mumbai,Nath Nagar, the 2014 Sony wiper hack and DarkSeoul, a senior fellow at the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology.

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5 million of which will be provided by Michigan State, Meanwhile, … CPRIT is my number one priority and I hope people will see that, UT Southwestern developmental biologist Luis Parada says he is "delighted" that CPRIT has named a replacement for Gilman.

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