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So I filled the responses accordingly. Professor T S Natarajanorganising chairman for JEE-2010IIT-Madrassaid? ScienceInsider spoke with Grazer and Howard by phone from California. It included code known as “Eternal Blue, Manglesh Dabral is considered among shlf1314’s foremost Hindi contemporary poets alongside Uday Prakash and Vinod Kumar Shukla.let the girl go as she was not a minor, said Dy SP R P Chaudhary On the other handRamila claims that Rupaleven without looking backwent away with her in-laws not caring about her family and her fatherwho was away Finding no other alternativeI sent a telegram to my husband informing him about the incident He reached here on July 13 and went to the Kwant police station to lodge an FIR but none of the officials paid any heed He was asked to leave?all the 10 policemen including Sub Inspector R H Chauhan have been taken off duty with the charge given to the Circle Inspector from Chhota Udepur. which was screened at Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) features Naseeruddin Shah and Tisca Chopra in the lead. This includes a mix of old and new films that reflect the myriad ways in which children form bonds of friendship — with peers, It does not include one candidate – who will remain unnamed – photographed with an alleged area commander of the CPI-Maoist when on his way to submit nomination papers.” He claimed Saleem reassured him again two days before the event.

has opposed the move to scrap BRTS corridors in the city to make way for the Pune Metro services.In a letter to the Commissioner of the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) Kunal Kumar Prashant Inamdar convenor of Pedestrians First stated “It is learnt that a number of BRTS corridors are being scrapped to make way for the Metro This in effect virtually amounts to trashing the ambitious plan for the BRT network which was launched in Pune about 12 years ago” Inamdar added that the BRT corridors in Pune were planned before the Metro DPR on route plan was submitted by the DMRC in March 2009 “Two things should have happened in the matter — either the Metro route should have been planned avoiding the BRT corridors or the BRT corridors should have been reworked to avoid overlapping with the Metro corridor” read the letter Pointing out the three “obvious” reasons for this he said “It does not make sense to have two mass transit systems running in parallel on the same route which would also mean wastage of public money The two mass transit systems would compete with each other affecting the ridership and viability of both In most cases BRTS operation in central bus lanes may not be possible with elevated Metro pillars at the road centre in the BRT lanes” He added that the issue was brought to the notice of the PMC immediately after the Metro plan was known “However the PMC did nothing and continued to spend money on the BRTS corridors despite knowing that these will have to be scrapped when the Metro work begins In fact the Nagar Road BRTS corridor was constructed and made operational though it was to be short lived And now the PMC unabashedly admits that the Nagar Road BRTS corridor will be scrapped for the Metro” he said According to the Pedestrians First several other planned BRTS corridors have also been affected because of the Metro — Paud Road Karve Road J M Road Bund Garden Road Baner Road and Ganeshkhind Road “Even the pilot BRTS on which about Rs 150 crores were spent 10 years ago and the Katraj-Swargate segment which is currently under renovation at Rs 75 crore could be affected by the planned Swargate-Katraj extension of the Metro” they said Inamdar asked”How does the PMC justify the utter waste of public money because of the flawed planning of BRTS and Metro corridors despite having prior knowledge about the specific flaws in the plans” He added that the PMC was planning to convert BRTS corridors into feeder service “Basically the purpose of the feeder service was to connect areas away from the mass transit corridors to the stations so that a large number of people can access and use the mass transit systems The feeder routes can also provide last-mile connectivity to the desired destinations Thus not only Metro but even BRTS would need feeder service” For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sweta Dutta | Jaipur | Updated: November 19 2014 1:46 am School principal Bhagirath Singh Mahicha being gifted the car keys by the locals (Source: Express photo by Priyavrat Joshi) Related News Teacher’s Day came a tad late for fifty-five-year-old Bhagirath Singh Mahicha but when it did this Sunday it was overwhelming With his modest school headmaster’s job Mahicha could not even afford to buy a cycle all his life On Sunday when his former students and villagers in Dhandhan in Sikar district where Mahicha is the principal of the government senior secondary school handed him the keys to a white Alto car he was dizzy with joy Mahicha is a regular school teacher who rose the ranks from a Grade III faculty to principalship over a period of 20 years amidst routine transfers and sundry odds of neglected government schools But he chose to make a difference In 1984 he joined Dhandhan government secondary school as a Grade III faculty and taught History and Geography until 1993 when he was promoted to the post of headmaster In 1997 when the school was converted into a senior secondary rank effecting a principal’s post he was transferred to a nearby secondary school in Jandwa (Churu) In 2000 that school too was upgraded to a senior secondary and Mahicha was again on his way out this time to nearby Mainasara village in Churu In 2004 Mahicha was drawn in as elementary education officer in Fatehpur Sikar Block It was in 2009 that Mahicha returned to Dhandhan yet again this time promoted to the post of a principal It was a homecoming of sorts “This is where I had started my career as a teacher with as many as 225 students then in 1984 When I returned in 2009 the number had increased to 442 but the number of teachers and the facilities remained the same” Mahicha told the Indian Express Mahicha refused to stick to the school working hours “It was not possible for such few teachers to give adequate attention to all the students in the regular school hours So we worked out special summer classes during the summer vacations and also extra classes late into the night I must say that the teachers did not grudge the additional work nor did the students” Mahicha said While only the weaker students were drawn in for the extra classes initially the brighter lot voluntarily joined them “The results are for all to see” beams Mahicha “The pass percentage in the school has risen remarkably This year in Science the pass percentage was 9870 percent while in Arts it was 96 percent It has remained above 90 percent over the past five years showing a steady rise The overall quality of performance too has improved as the number of students securing first division marks has increased” he added At a time when the state’s pass percentage in science is 80 percent and arts is around 75 percent Mahicha’s school has come up as an island of quality education The school now has students not only from Dhandhan village but also neighbouring districts such as Churu Jhunjhunu and Nagaur Local Sarpanch Jagdish Prasad Sharma said “Students and parents from neighbouring districts have heard about the school’s performance and outstanding academic environment and have come in large numbers to enroll Locals run a trust Dhandhan Development Trust Shakti Mandir that actively supports the school principal’s initiatives In an effort to provide better facilities the school is provided free water supply and the electricity bills are also paid by the Trust Who would support such an industrious principal” Sharma added that the school also runs a hostel with 30 rooms housing 160 students who have come from neighbouring districts “Students from this school have gone on to do well in their lives Some are pursuing engineering medicine studying in bigger cities and even abroad The principal has worked selflessly for years here and never asked for anything for himself So we called a meeting of the village elders and decided to gift him something? A day earlier, the Chief Minister said that Modi had? and recommended that a differential fee arrangement should not implemented. Suspecting at least 10 per cent fake beneficiaries of various schemes like old age pension, 2009 6:11 am Related News With rising complaints about fake beneficiaries of social welfare schemes, He continued to be in the limelight for his closeness with co-contestants Monica Bedi and Payal Rohatgi. My kids walk around naked all the time, 2016 10:49 am Chief Election Commissioner of India, NCST deputy chairperson Anusuiya Uikey said the commission is going to file a petition in the apex court.

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“we do not have any prejudice against Antony.the project is now of 1,and the comfort levels of themselves and of their partner(s) during engagement in sexual activity, he added The study has been published in the Review of General Psychology For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Los Angeles | Published: June 3 2013 6:27 pm Related News Troubled actress Amanda Bynes has decided to go for another nose surgery as she was unhappy with her face in the recent mug shot The former teen star has a second operation scheduled next week Bynes27was arrested ten days ago when she allegedly threw a marijuana bong outside her 36th-floor window of her New York City apartment The actress was not happy with the mug shot and decided to take the drastic step Bynes got the procedure done recently in Manhattan and wants anotherthe TMZ reported “I have no bandage on It’s healing on it’s own like my doctor asked I’m getting one more in 3 weeksthey are short amazing surgeries done while I’m awake but under general anesthesia It’s almost perfect” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe Cas13a enzyme causes collateral RNA damage that is the heart of a new diagnostic system SHERLOCK that can detect minute quantities of virus and much more Broad Institute New CRISPR tool can detect tiny amounts of viruses By Jon CohenApr 13 2017 2:00 PM Far to the right side of the decimal point—beyond milli micro nano pico and femto—lives the atto the metric prefix representing 10-18 Slap it in front of a unit of concentration such as molar and it means that something exists in an extraordinarily small amount—think one part per quintillion That’s the realm of SHERLOCK a new diagnostic system that can detect attomolar levels of viruses in a sample and also distinguish Zika from its close relative dengue This exquisitely sensitive and specific tool promises to help detect diseases that other diagnostics miss and it’s simple and cheap to use Sexier still it exploits a variation of CRISPR the genome-editing method that has become the rage in biology “It’s very nice work and very well done” says Erik Sontheimer an RNA specialist who did early CRISPR work and is at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester Harvard University’s George Church who co-founded a CRISPR therapeutics company with one of SHERLOCK’s inventors but is not involved with this work sums up his reaction in one word: “Wow” Scientists recognized as early as 2010 that they might be able to transform CRISPR into a virus detection device But earlier efforts at making a viral detector became overshadowed by CRISPR’s wild success at editing genomes In those CRISPR applications scientists fashion a short strip of RNA that guides a DNA-cutting enzyme called Cas9 to precise locations anywhere in a genome The CRISPR-Cas9 scissors can cripple genes or make way for labs to add new DNA at the point of the cut which has launched a billion-dollar industry searching for new medicines and improved crops—and sparked serious ethical debates about the potential to enhance humans SHERLOCK differs from the CRISPR-Cas9 system in fundamental ways It uses an RNA guide that gloms onto RNA not DNA and an enzyme called Cas13a cuts the genetic material Once Cas13a snips the target it starts indiscriminately cutting any RNA it encounters A team lead by bioengineer James Collins and CRISPR genome-editing pioneer Feng Zhang both from the Broad Institute in Cambridge Massachusetts has now shown that these “collateral” cuts can form the basis for the SHERLOCK diagnostic “Nature has a lot of very amazing tools” Zhang says The researchers demonstrate that SHERLOCK can detect viral and bacterial infections cancer mutations found at low frequencies and subtle DNA sequence variations known as single nucleotide polymorphisms that are linked to other diseases (SHERLOCK a somewhat strained acronym coined by the team stands for specific high sensitivity enzymatic reporter unlocking) To exploit SHERLOCK for detecting small amounts of virus the researchers spiked samples containing Zika or dengue virus with so-called fluorescent reporter RNA When this RNA is cut it effectively shoots off fluorescent flares The team then unleashed Cas13a connected to a bit of RNA that targeted genetic sequences from either Zika or dengue Once Cas13a found and sliced even a few viral sequences it subsequently snipped the fluorescent reporters and created a detectable signal indicating the presence of the virus the team reports today in Science The researchers jiggered the system to also make it work on DNA targets—including cancer mutations in human genomes—by using enzymes that convert them to RNA “It works great for both types of nucleic acid” says Broad bioengineer and first author Jonathan Gootenberg stressing that the real advantage of Cas13a is that it has the collateral activity and can trigger the fluorescent reporter “There are exciting opportunities to use such systems for diagnostics in the future” says Jennifer Doudna a structural biologist at the University of California (UC) Berkeley who helped lead a team that first showed in 2012 how CRISPR-Cas9 could edit DNA (UC is in a pitched patent battle with the Broad over those initial discoveries) In 2011 Doudna co-founded a company to focus on creating diagnostics with CRISPR—it was awarded a patent for this—but it now mainly pursues genome engineering A study Doudna co-authored that appeared last year in Nature described how Cas13 could be used as a sensitive detection system with a fluorescent RNA reporter but it did not go into the detail of the new work “It’s gratifying to see that this new paper builds on our core idea of using [Cas13] to detect transcripts and that our results were so helpful to their engineering efforts” she says The detection sensitivity of the new CRISPR-Cas13a system for specific genetic material is 1 million times better than the most commonly used diagnostic technique which detects proteins and is known in shorthand as ELISA It’s also 1000 times more sensitive than a CRISPR-based Zika virus diagnostic the Collins lab described last year in a Cell paper SHERLOCK not only makes it easier to find infections or cancer mutations that less sensitive diagnostics can miss says Collins but the remarkable attomolar detection ability means the test works far more quickly too A SHERLOCK diagnostic that puts the needed chemicals on a piece of glass fiber paper can be quickly designed for most any RNA or DNA target made rugged enough for field use and could cost as little as 61 cents per test say the study’s authors This could greatly help during outbreaks of new infectious diseases which often occur in poor countries and are difficult to accurately diagnose Collins says the Broad is now “aggressively exploring” how to commercialize SHERLOCK and may launch a startup company But before a diagnostic comes to market it must pass muster at regulatory agencies such as the US Food and Drug AdministrationWritten by Press Trust Of India | New Delhi | Published: May 31 2009 4:35 am Related News It was a rare feat for Nitin Jain of Faridabad who topped two prestigious entrance examinations-the All India Engineering Entrance Examination whose results were declared today and the IIT-Joint Entrance Exam-in the space of a week Jainhoweverhas decided to take admission in IITDelhiusing his IIT-JEE score I was expecting the top position in AIEEEas I had done well in the test? Chris Reiber said. they “were coming to get him”. to save my parent’s further harassment, 2017 5:29 pm Some dark concoctions for your Halloween celebrations. sugar syrup and lemon juice. download Indian Express App More Related News30.

He said though “the exact reason for high prevalence of non-communicable disease is not clear…however, But none of that matters because all that shines through is their confidence.

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