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French scientist Serge Haroche for physics in 2012, For all the latest India News, making it difficult even for experts to know what the law is or where it is to be found.The status quo will continue as far as the resignations of MPs and state ministers are concerned, MP Gutta Sukhender Reddy and MLA GV Ramana Reddy told reporters after the meeting of the Telangana Congress Steering Committee The committee announced a fresh round of agitation programmes beginning with protests in all assembly constituencies in the regionin which homage would be paid to those who had laid down their lives for the cause of Telangana state The Congress leaders would also stage a one-day hunger strike in Hyderabad on August 11protesting the delay in the deletion of clause 14 (f) of the Presidential Order dealing with administrative recruitment They will hoist the ‘Telangana flag’ along with the Tricolour on the Independence Day For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New York | Published: September 22 2015 5:38 pm If kidney stones are putting children at risk for serious cardiovascular problems as adults we need to intervene and make a difference in their future health the authors concluded Top News Kidney stones in children are not an isolated medical problem claim researchers suggesting that there is a clear link between kidney stones in children and thickened or hardened arteries- precursors to a wide variety of cardiovascular diseases Previous research has established a connection between kidney stones and Atherosclerosis in adults but this study is the first to identify a significant association between the two health concerns in children “If the processes of kidney stone formation and hardening of the arteries are somehow linked in adults it makes sense that a similar link may exist in children despite the fact that people don’t associate heart and vascular diseases with kids” explained Kirsten Kusumi Nephrology Fellow at Ohio-based Nationwide Children’s Hospital Share This Article Related Article The team used ultrasound exams to evaluate and compare the thickness of key arteries for 15 children with kidney stones and 15 children without them Dr Kusumi and her collaborators detected a significant increase in the thickness of the right Carotid artery and average artery thickness- potential risk factors for cardiovascular complications or disease- in children with a recent kidney stone “Our findings suggest that there is something going on in the body related to kidney stone formation that also impacts the health of children’s arteries” noted Dr Kusumi “Now that we have a clear indication we can take steps as clinicians to treat these vascular symptoms or implement preventive measures such as exercise and diet programmes” Dr Kusumi advised The researchers have not yet defined the exact mechanism that connects kidney stones to vascular hardening but they hypothesise that inflammation may play an important role The team screened the urine of participants for different bio-markers In the urine of children with arterial abnormalities key inflammatory markers appeared at higher levels “It could be that different types of kidney stones have different causes and even different risk factors” added Andrew Schwaderer Research Director of Nephrology at Nationwide Children’s Hospital If kidney stones are putting children at risk for serious cardiovascular problems as adults we need to intervene and make a difference in their future health the authors concluded in a study published in the Journal of Paediatrics For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNapier | Updated: January 19 2014 3:39 pm Shikhar Dhawan looks skyward after being dismissed for 32 against New Zealand in their first ODI at McLean Park in Napier New Zealand Sunday Jan 19 2014 AP/PTI Related News Virat Kohli’s exhilarating hundred went in vain as New Zealand staged a dramatic turnaround to pull off a thrilling 24-run win in the first cricket one-dayer against India to take a 1-0 lead in the five-match series here today Set a formidable target of 293 India seemed on track for a facile win with Kohli (123 off 110 balls) anchoring the chase with his 18th ODI century before pacer Mitchell McClenaghan’s three-wicket burst 11 balls changed the complexion of the game completely From a comfortable 224 for five the Indians were all out for 268 in 484 overs with McClenaghan being the wrecker-in-chief with a match haul of 4/68 Earlier electing to bowl after winning the toss India’s inconsistent bowling effort helped New Zealand pile up 292 for seven For the Kiwis apart McClenaghan Corey Anderson shone bright with an all-round effort scoring 68 runs off 40 deliveries before knocking off two wickets in his 10 overs of medium pace bowling Tim Southee (1-43 in 94 overs) and Adam Milne (1-40 in 73 overs) gave Anderson good support even as the latter walked off mid-way in the 41st over with a side-strain After being put in to bat half-centuries from Anderson Kane Williamson (71) and Ross Taylor (55) helped the hosts reach 292/7 in their allotted 50 overs However the brightest star of the match ended up in the losing side Kohli who scored his a first hundred in a losing cause while chasing found no support from other batsmen none of who managed to reach even the 50-run mark Openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan started with great caution Southee bowled two maiden overs first up as the batsmen took time settling down In fact the first wicket came before the first boundary in this innings as Rohit failed to rotate the strike and came under pressure to score holing out to Southee off a short ball from McClenaghan in the sixth over He scored only 3 runs off 23 balls Kohli came to the crease and got off the mark with a signature cover drive the first four for India on the 29th ball of the innings Along with Dhawan he put on 58 runs for the second wicket as the two batsmen tried to build a platform from which to launch the chase The runs were coming in a trickle and the first 10 overs yielded only 43 India’s 50 came up in the 12th over while their 50-partnership came four overs later Dhawan tried to be the more aggressive of the two but his timing was off as he could only muster a strike-rate of 6956 His dismissal in the 19th over reflected as much a mistimed pull off a short ball from Anderson It was a huge blow for the team as the partnership was developing well at that time On 15 not out Dhawan had been given a life in the ninth over when Anderson at square leg managed to only get a hand on a high pull shot But the Indian failed to capitalise and was finally out for 32 runs off 46 balls He hit three fours It resulted in two more quick wickets with Ajinkya Rahane and Suresh Raina back in the hut within ten overs Rahane (7) was out to a superb one-handed catch by Nathan McCullum The ball played towards mid-off seemed to dip before the off-spinner caught it leaving the batsman shocked Raina added 45 runs with Kohli for the fourth wicket and their runs came in good time at a run-rate of 614 But even so the asking run-rate was always climbing higher and trouble resurfaced when Raina was out attempting a loose pull-shot like Dhawan off Milne He scored 18 runs off 22 balls with two fours At the other end however Kohli continued unfazed He had come to the crease to pull off this chase and he went about the job not caring about the dismissals too much In Raina’s company in the 26th over he had brought up his half-century off 58 balls hitting four fours and one six But after the double blows in the middle overs he settled down with skipper Dhoni to try and dig India out of the hole The Indian captain scored 40 runs off only 46 balls with two fours and two sixes More importantly he rotated the strike well with Kohli as the two put up 95 runs for the fifth wicket in just 85 balls In the 38th over Kohli reached his 18th ODI hundred off 94 balls with 10 fours and a six He celebrated with joy as the chase looked set They accelerated with a plan in mind as 51 runs came off the second powerplay without any loss of wickets But the turning point came when Dhoni was out caught behind in the 43rd over off McClenaghan Three balls later he removed Ravindra Jadeja (0) also caught behind fending a rising delivery Kohli still didn’t give up hitting boundaries at will but he was finally out in the 45th over caught sharply by Jesse Ryder who had earlier misjudged a skier from Kohli when he was on 95 at cover In the next over Bhuvneshwar Kumar was run-out for 6 runs R Ashwin (12 runs) was out to Kane Williamson who completed Milne’s 41st over after he had walked off with a side strain The Indian innings came to an end when Southee bowled Ishant Sharma (5) Mohammad Shami was unbeaten on 7 runs Earlier in the day Corey Anderson hit 68 off 40 balls his first ODI half-century to take New Zealand to 292/7 in their allotted fifty overs This was after Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor put on 121 runs for the third wicket Mohammad Shami was the most successful bowler for the visitors finishing with 4-55 from nine overs Bhuvneshwar Kumar (1-38) Ishant Sharma (1-72) and Ravindra Jadeja (1-61) were the other wicket-takers while R Ashwin (0-52) and Virat Kohli (0-13) finished wicket-less Taylor and Williamson together flayed the Indian bowling in the middle overs The two batsmen put on a hundred-plus stand for the third wicket during which they amply punished the two spinners Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja Taylor completed 4000 ODI runs in 121 innings at the personal score of 15 not out becoming the second-quickest Kiwi batsman after Nathan Astle (120 innings) to do so In the 23rd over of the innings Williamson brought up his seventh ODI half-century off 66 balls and hitting five fours Eventually Taylor edged to Dhoni in the 37th over off Shami becoming the Indian skipper’s 300th ODI victim Dhoni is the first Indian wicket-keeper to breach this mark in 239 matches and the fourth overall after Australia’s Adam Gilchrist (472 dismissals in 287 matches) Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara (424 dismissals in 362 matches) and South Africa’s Mark Boucher (424 dismissals in 295 matches) Taylor was the only batsman to fall in the second powerplay as Brendon McCullum and Corey Anderson took 41 runs off those five overs For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New York | Published: September 4 2016 2:22 pm (Image of Intex Fitrist for representational purpose only) Top News Indian-origin researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology have developed a multi-modal sensing device that can track the fine-grained activities and behaviour of people with dementia and it could help in army combat training too The researchers Debraj De and Sajal K Das along with their teammates created a wearable device for the wrist that can track a person’s movements ambient environment bio-signals and much more “The smart chair and the wearable device are new noninvasive strategies for earlier diagnosis and represent a partnership among scientists and physicians” said Mignon Makos Neurologist who collaborated with the researchers for the project Looking like an oversized watch the sensing device has four basic functions Like a fitness tracker it records fine-grained movement measures the wearer’s direct physical environment for temperature humidity and barometric air pressure It also will track health status through heart rate respiration rate and galvanic skin response (a person’s skin reacts to stimuli through the sympathetic nervous system producing a weak electrical current that indicates the wearer’s emotional state such as being startled or agitated) Finally the sensing device has functions like GPS and communication with Bluetooth beacons in proximity for various location contexts The multi-modal sensor data can reveal fine-grained user activity and behaviour contexts powered by machine learning-based analytics The wearable device has real-time data communication and analysis capability The entire system is designed to support body multi-positional sensing applications as well where the device can be worn on other body parts For those rehabilitating and those with dementia the ability to track their fine-grained activities and behaviour measure their heart rate and locate them indoor or outdoor helps healthcare providers keep tabs on their patients “The GPS function is especially helpful with dementia patients who can wander away from home and not know how to return For the army the device has different functions” said Debraj De researcher at Missouri University of Science and Technology in a statement With the heart rate monitor respiration tracker and GSR functions it can see if a recruit is gun shy — afraid and hesitant to squeeze the trigger during rifle training — because of the recoil or noise when it fires It also could study soldiers’ physiological responses for traumatic brain injuries or if they’re exposed to pathogens and how they respond such as twitching eyes or ragged respiration For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top News TOKYO—Japan’s government will move people out of some areas outside of the current evacuation and sheltering zones because radiation doses could accumulate to high levels over the coming year The government the International Atomic Energy Agency a Kyoto University group and Greenpeace have all found elevated levels of radiation beyond the 20-kilometer evacuation zone and even the 30-kilometer zone within which people are urged to minimize time outdoors Japan’s Nuclear Safety Commission is now recommending that those living in areas where the annual accumulated dose will reach 20 millisieverts over the next year move to safer areas Masanori Shinano told reporters Prior to the current emergency nuclear power plant workers in Japan were limited to annual doses of 100 millisieverts Protecting ordinary citizens is not an emergency situation but rather a "deliberate evacuation" that will be carried out over the next month after consultations with the affected communities according to government spokesman Noriyuki Shikata speaking at a press conference The areas with elevated radiation levels are northwest of the stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant and apparently got the worst of a radioactive plume blown in that direction by weather patterns in the early days of the crisis Towns south of the plant seem to be much safer Radiation levels throughout the entire region have dropped significantly over the past month But the downward curve has been flattening out indicating that iodine with a half-life of 8 days is decaying but that cesium-134 and cesium-137 "account for the majority of radiation you can measure today; that is very bad news" said Greenpeace radiation expert Jan Vande Putte at a briefing today The half-life of cesium-134 is 2 years; that of cesium-137 is 30 years This means dangerous levels of radiation could persist for years if not decades Government officials could not immediately say how many people will need to move under the new evacuation policy or how long they will need to stay away from their homes "There has to be more intensive monitoring to answer such questions" Shinano said In a related development the Ministry of Agriculture on Friday banned the planting of rice in soil found to contain more than 5000 becquerels per kilogram of cesium Several of the handful of locations sampled by Greenpeace exceed those limits said Rianne Teule another Greenpeace radiation expert The agricultural ministry said that it will take more extensive test to determine which fields are off limits The ministry also intends to boost testing of harvested rice60. The summer induced deserted look of villages transmute into habitations of prosperity depicted with different patterns of wall art, quite impromptu. BJP played a masterstroke by appointing MP Manoj Tiwari as its Delhi chief. Amit Mehra Related News Promising “good governance”.
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we take those kinds of allegations very seriously, she argued A 1999-batch IFS officer39-year-old Khobragade was arrested on December 12 on visa fraud charges by the State Department’s diplomatic security bureauand then handed over to the US Marshals Service (USMS) She has since been posted to India’s Permanent Mission in New York Khobragade was taken into custody as she was dropping her daughter to school before being released on a USD 250000 bond after pleading not guilty in court For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: ANI | Kanpur | Published: December 19 2016 9:44 am PM Narendra Modi (File Photo) Top News Prime Minister Narendra Modi today will lay the foundation stone of the country’s first ever Indian Institute of Skills in Kanpur the idea of which was conceptualized by him during his visit to Singapore’s Institute of Technical Education The institute will be opened by the Skill Development Ministry in partnership with the Institute of Technical Education Singapore The Prime Minister will also inaugurate the Kaushal Pradarshani (Skill Exhibition) for the youth The Exhibition will showcase state-of-the-art vocational training practices of various sectors Prime Minister Modi will also launch a number of skill development initiatives including Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Kendras and Drivers’ Training Institutes Later in the day he will also address a Parivartan rally in Kanpur today This will be the sixth Parivartan Rally to be addressed by Prime Minister in Uttar Pradesh Earlier the Prime Minister had addressed rallies at Ghazipur Agra Kushinagar Moradabad and Behraich There are four Parivartan yatras taking round across the state which were initiated by BJP national president Amit Shah from Saharanpur These Yatras will cover almost 17 thousand kilometer journey across all 403 Vidhan Sabha segments in the state For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mahim Pratap Singh | Jaipur | Published: September 9 2016 6:14 am Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi (PTI File Photo) Top News The RSS Thursday dared Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi to prove allegations made by him against the organisation over the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi On the sidelines of the Sangh’s all India coordination meet RSS’s Akhil Bharatiya Prachar Pramukh Manmohan Vaidya told journalists that the chargesheet in Gandhiji’s assassination case did not name the RSS On Nathuram Godse’s membership he said the Sangh was an open organisation with several people joining leaving or becoming inactive over the course of time Vaidya further said that the Sangh’s name also did not figure during the proceedings of the case in the trial court or the High Court Besides he said two commissions set up to probe the assassination also didn’t find the Sangh to have played any part “These are people who go to meetings of terrorists declared by judicial process and then shower praise on them…They don’t have the courage to face the truth and are therefore running away from the courts Let them prove if they have the guts to do so” a statement issued by the RSS’s Udaipur Prachar Pramukh quoted him as saying About the meet Vaidya said the Akhil Bharatiya Samanvaya Baithak was a routine meet where RSS workers who’ve been active in the field share their observations and experiences For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: March 19 2016 3:15 am Yashpal Malik addresses Jat agitators in Rohtak last week (Express Photo) Top News A MEETING between Jat organisations and Haryana Chief Secretary D S Dhesi and Director General of Police Yash Pal Singal ended on a positive note on Friday with the Jats agreeing to give the government time to get a reservation Bill passed during the ongoing Assembly session that ends on March 31 The meeting at Haryana Niwas attended by more than 50 of the community including Akhil Bhartiya Jat Arakshan Sangharsh Samiti (ABJASS) national president Yashpal Malik lasted more than three hours Malik said the organisation would decide the future course of action during a scheduled meeting on April 3 which will be attended by Jat leaders from Haryana Delhi and Uttar Pradesh at the Chaudhary Chotu Ram Dharamshala in Nangloi Delhi Share This Article Related Article Malik said “We are satisfied with Friday’s meeting as it seems that the government has become serious on the issue We have given them two suggestions Either give us reservation within 50 per cent cap or make amendment in Schedule 9 to give reservation under the backward classes category” Dhesi said all aspects of the reservation Bill were being worked out minutely He added that detailed discussions were held between the officials and Jat representatives and the seven-point demand of Jat organisations was also discussed DGP Singal assured the Jat leaders that innocent persons would not be arrested and urged the leaders to assist the police in arresting the culprits involved in looting arson and other criminal activities during the recent agitation On Jat leaders’ demand of Rs 10 lakh as compensation and government jobs to next-of-kin of the deceased during the agitation Dhesi said CM Manohar Lal Khattar had already promised that compensation would be given to the family members of innocent victims who died during the tragic incidents Keeping in view the sensitivity of the issue the state government had on Friday morning blocked Internet and bulk message services in Rohtak Jhajjar and Sonipat They were restored in the evening For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top Newswhich I’m not saying anybody is considering would,the colors to go with your decor. 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