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thus still being subjected to myriad injustices. download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Updated: September 22, “Your budget is fully for the corporate and (has) no concession for middle class or common people. Xavier?Justice S Muralidhar remarked: ?digital rape? they found it in none of the patients; the two studies that included healthy controls, Nevada, 2009 2:40 am Related News The Task Force to make the city cattle free and to look after other civic issues has failed to make substantial progress.

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For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsRepresentative Louie Gohmert (R–TX) is worried that scientists employed by the US government have been running roughshod over the rights of Americans in pursuit of their personal political goals So this week Gohmert the chair of theoversight and investigations subpanel of the US House of Representatives’ Natural Resources Committee held a hearing to explore “the consequences of politically driven science” Notably absent however were any scientists including those alleged to have gone astray “The purpose of this hearing is to hear from real people mammals called human beings that have been harmed by the federal government” Gohmert said in opening the 29 April hearing which featured testimony from three Republican-called witnesses on alleged misdeeds by researchers with the US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) and National Park Service (NPS) Neither of those agencies however was present to respond The lone witness called by the panel’s Democrats was science historian Naomi Oreskes of Harvard University best known for her studies of how the tobacco and energy industries have attempted to sow doubt about health and climate research that poses a potential threat to their interests Her take on the hearing: It “wasn’t really about the science at all” but broader disagreements over environmental policy and the role of government One Republican witness Kathleen Hartnett White an environmental policy expert with the Texas Public Policy Foundation in Austin detailed how an environmental group had relied on “weak government science” to sue the state of Texas in a bid to provide adequate water supplies to habitat used by the endangered whooping crane In particular the group relied on FWS population surveys that it said showed about 20 of the big birds had died in 2008 and 2009 because of the state’s failure to supply adequate water But the agency ultimately decided that the survey methods that produced those results were unreliable—undermining the environmental group’s position and contributing to a court defeat (The case is now on appeal) Hartnett White however argued the agency didn’t do enough to intervene in the litigation: “FWS’ silence was deafening” she noted in her prepared statement Clara Beckett a county commissioner from Bastrop County Texas asserted that FWS actions to protect the endangered Houston toad following a large 2011 wildfire created a “disaster within a disaster” that placed local low-income families in harm’s way The county’s efforts to remove damaged trees considered threats to property roads and human life had been delayed she alleged because of government procedures designed to protect the toad “Every tree that was cut fell[ed] picked up and hauled was inspected by a team of qualified toad monitors and any work could not proceed until they said so They were in charge” Beckett said “I personally expected tragedy every day the debris removal was prolonged” (There was however no additional loss of life) Kevin Lunny the former owner of Drakes Bay Oyster Company in Inverness California accused NPS of a “taxpayer-funded enterprise of corruption” to close his small seafood business which occupied leased land on the Point Reyes National Seashore During a long battle over renewing Lunny’s lease independent reviewers suggested that park service officials had at times misrepresented research results regarding the environmental impact of the operation in order to bolster their case for closing it And a National Academies study concluded that some worries about the oyster farm’s ecological impact weren’t warranted In the end however Lunny lost his lease Oreskes didn’t directly wade into any of those issues Instead she took a different tack “Witnesses here today are trying to cast doubt on environmental science arguing that is politically driven and we should not be using it to make important decisions” she stated in her testimony “As a guest of the democratic minority I might be expected to attempt to refute the premise and argue that the science under consideration is not politically driven” “What I want to do is slightly different I want to challenge the presumptionthat politically-driven science is bad science That presumption—whilewidely held—is demonstrably false … Some of the best and most famous science in the history of our country was driven by goals that were explicitly political” Oreskes went on to describe how work like the Manhattan Project which built the first atom bomb the Apollo space missions and plate tectonics research had all been done by federal scientists driven by inherently political goals And she portrayed the government peer-review process as in some ways more stringent and open to different voices than academic science Oreskes noted that scientists are human too “Maybe mistakes were made at places like Drakes Maybe someone did miscount cranes” she said “These things happen Science isn’t perfect but that’s why we have peer review” Democrats at the hearing for their part were having a hard time stomaching what they saw as an irony “This hearing purports to be about insuring scientific accountability and accuracy” said Representative Jared Huffman (D–CA) “And I have to say that is a tough sell given the majority party’s consistent record of attacking government science and underfunding science and research and frankly of flouting science especially when it comes to our climate and our environment”Written by PTI | London | Published: May 28 2013 4:58 pm Related News Twilight star Robert Pattinsonwho recently split from actress girlfriend Kristen Stewartis reportedly dating singer-songwriter Katy Perry The 27-year-old actor’s night-out with Katy Perry is considered one of the reasons for his split with Kristen Stewartreported Daily Star Robert Pattinson was spotted in New York with the 28-year-old singer two weeks before he broke up Stewart “The couple (Robert Pattinson and Katy Perry) always liked each other She and Rob started off in the Bowery Ballroomwhere they watched a gig by the indie band Daughter with a whole bunch of peoplemainly pals of hers “Then they took off with a smaller group for a much more intimate venueThe Spot at the Trump SoHo Hotelwhere it was obvious there was chemistry between them They’ve always liked each other” a source said It was reported that Pattinson was outraged by the way Perry’s ex-husbandRussell Brandcheated on her Even Perry empathises with Pattinson as Stewart had cheated on him with a British director Rupert Sanders “Both Rob and Katy have been so unlucky in love and now it’s almost as if they are kindred spirits Katy says she finds him adorable and he is clearly very attracted to her They were the last to leave the Spot Lounge andwhile there were no public display of affectionit was very clear they were extremely happy in each other’s company” the source added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: August 18 2009 9:54 am Related News When they began their career with Ishq Vishk and Boom respectivelyeven Shahid Kapoor and Katrina Kaif wouldn’t have thought that a few years down they linethey would be winning a National Award for Best Acting Wellthis has actually turned out to be true as both the actors are the chosen ones for 12th Rajiv Gandhi National Awards The event would be taking place at National Centre for Performing ArtsMumbaion 19th August’09 Rajiv Gandhi Awards were initiated in 1995 in an endeavor to keep alive the vision of ex-Prime Minister Mr Rajiv Gandhi The event honours the achievers who are a part of India current progress Since 12 years this platform brings together various fraternities Other winners this year are Avika Gor (Child Prodigy)Vineet Jain (Industrialist)Ramesh Chandra Agarwal (Journalism)Sam Pitroda (Global Indian)Dr Narendra Jadhav (Educationist)Dr G Madhavan Nair (Super Achiever)Krushnaa Patil (Women Achiever)Rajashree Birla (Social Field) and Rohit Kochhar (Young Entrepreneur) These renowned personalities will be honoured in a grand manner amidst lot of performances & entertainment extravaganza on the eve of Shri Rajiv Gandhi’ birth anniversary The award ceremony will be graced by dignitaries like KamalnathVilasrao DeshmukhAshok ChavanMurli DeoraJyotiraditya ScindiaAjay MakenRajiv ShuklaPriya DuttMilind DeoraEknath GaikwadSanjay NirupamMohd AzharuddinSubodh Kant SahayGurudas KamatManikrao Thackray Rajiv Gandhi Awards has always had many Bollywood biggies as the performers in the pastincluding Salman KhanKareena KapoorShankar-Ehsaan-LoyNavin PrabhakarRakhi SawantVivek OberoiSukhwinder SinghKoena MitraTanushree DuttaAftab ShivdasaniSunidhi ChauhanIsha ShravaniSivamaniTisca ChopraSajid KhanAnupam KherParizad Kolhaand more This year alsomany celebrities namely Hrithik RoshanShreyas TalpadeMahima ChowdharyEsha DeolHussain KuwajerwalaPriyanka ChopraRaju ShrivastavVishal-Shekhar are to perform in this event For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News it is an assault on the system.

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said Qaiser Khalid, No traffic was allowed to overtake the gun-carriage,30 pm and reached Ekta Sthal at 3.A.” and “Good Vibrations” by the Beach Boys) for example chose food like hamburgers and hot dogs In the second experiment researchers focused on two types of American music—classical and country—this time focusing on how it influenced spending habits Volunteers who listened to classical music said they would pay more for “social identity” items like gold earrings and cologne than when they listened to country music Those who listened to country music on the other hand were more inclined to buy “utility items” like ballpoint pens a toothbrush or light bulbs In a final experiment the researchers again played classical music and asked volunteers how much they would pay for a social identity item but this time gave them less time to decide adding to what they call the participants’ “cognitive load” Those under time pressure decided to pay more suggesting the subconscious is more susceptible to musical influence when there is more cognitive pressure That’s not to say that Beethoven’s “Fifth Symphony” is the reason for all expensive impulse buys but it may make a pricey hair gel seem more palatable at the timeWritten by Agencies | Panaji | Published: July 23 2012 5:30 pm Related News Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar today assured the Assembly that Russian and Israeli enclaves (colonies) would not be tolerated in the state Parrikar told the House that “he had heard about such enclaves existing along the coastline and they would not be tolerated” The Chief Minister was responding to the concern raised by Congress legislator Mauvin Godinho over the Israelis and Russians creating their own enclaves in Goawho have been in the state for a long time The state government will also ensure that no exclusivity is provided to foreigners in some hotels and shackshe said Alsothe hotels and shacks will have to put up sign boards in KonkaniMarathiHindi or Englishhe mentioned Those who put up the board in foreign languages (scripts) will not be given trade licences” he added Foreign nationals like Russians and Israeliswho are on long term visashave created their own colonies in the state’s coastline villages like MorjimArambolCalangute and Anjuna For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: June 5 2014 5:19 pm Related News While some hugged trees in an attempt to create world record others painted their faces participated in rallies awareness programmes to celebrate World Environment Day Here’re 12 moments that touched our hearts 1 A warm hug to my best pal: A boy hugs a tree in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the most number of people hugging trees for two minutes in Kathmandu According to the event organiser 2001 people took part in the event held on World Environment Day to spread the message of saving the environment Source: Reuters 2 We’ve made the difference what about you: School students take part in an awareness rally on the occasion of World Environment Day in Guwahati on Thursday PTI Photo Source: PTI 3 Running for a cause: People take part in a “Run for Environment” rally on the occasion of World Environment Day at Albert Hall in Jaipur on Thursday Source: PTI 4 Planning for the future: Students of Asian Institute of Management and Technology (AIMT) plant tree saplings at Assam State Zoo on the occasion of World Environment Day in Guwahati on Thursday Source: PTI 5 Another hue of green: Guinness Record holder Rajendra Tiwari during an awareness programe on the occasion of World Environment Day in Allahabad on Thursday Source: PTI 6 We are the environment: An egret sits with its babies on a tree along the River Brahmaputra on the eve of World Environment Day in Guwahati Source: AP 7 Vrooming into a green future: Engineering Students of Rayat Bahra Patiala Campus display an eco-friendly car on the eve of World Environment Day in Patiala Source: PTI 8 An artistic celebration: Sand artist Manas Sahoo creates a sand sculpture on World Environment Day at Puri beach in Odisha on Wednesday Source: PTI 9 Flaunting the green: Students of Shree Ram Institute of Design (SRID) make costumes out of plants ahead of World Environment Day in Surat on Wednesday Source: PTI 10: Face painting: A girl paints her face to create awareness about environment on the eve of the World Environment Day in Bikaner on Wednesday Source: PTI 11 The power of vegetarianism: A PETA activist wears a costume made of leaves displaying a placard that reads Let Veganism Grow on You at a campaign ahead of World Environment Day in Kolkata on Tuesday Source: PTI 12 Recycling for future: A worker uses a rope to move through a pile of empty plastic bottles at a recycling workshop in Mumbai For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News| Updated: August 31 2014 4:46 pm Related News Air India just can’t catch a break After years of slowly clawing their way back towards the market leaders they have now seemingly been bitten by the Xiaomi-Flipkart bug Only instead of selling out 5000 ridiculously priced tickets (Rs 100 no less) their site crashed and crashed hard We know the problem A lot of visitors wanted those tickets and the unexpected traffic crashed the site Air India needs to put up content on their site that no one is interested in We think we know just what: For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: June 21 2010 2:49 pm Related News Beer loverscheers The drink is one of the healthiest alcoholic beverages availablewhen taken in moderationa new study has claimed According to the studycommissioned by The Beer Academythe drink is a rich source of vitaminsfibreminerals and antioxidants and has relatively low calorific value as compared to other alcoholic beverages “Beer contains vitamins which can help you to maintain a well-balanced healthy dietfibre to keep you regularreadily absorbed antioxidants and minerals such as silicon which may help to lower your risk of osteoporosis” a spokeswoman was quoted by the ‘Daily Mail’ as saying A survey found that while 68 per cent of people consider beer to be Britain’s national drinksome 10 per cent wrongly believe that it contains fatand 13 per cent believe the beverage is made from chemicals and not barley and hops The study also explores the psychological and sociability benefits of people enjoying a pint in their local pub — yet pubs are closing at a rate of 39 a week It argues the pub is at the heart of every community and a place where people go to enjoy company and find out local news Pete Brownan award-winning authorsaid: “Stillwe persist in the myth that somehow beer is an inferior drink to foreign imports such as wine From Government receptions through to weddings and business occasionswine rather than beer is served “It has been fashionable to look down on our own national drink in favour of overseas imports But to do that is to turn our backs on our great British success story and our own heritageand miss out on the myriad tastes and complexities that beer can offer” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | Updated: September 18 2016 8:57 am The new JioFi’s OLED display will show information like – Wi-Fi connectivity SIM card status battery status On/Off status and more (Image from Twitter: @IamRaghvendraS) Top News Reliance Jio SIMs and Wi-Fi hotspots are hard to find at Reliance stores since the official launch of the Jio network on September 5 but Reliance appears to have silently introduced a new JioFi 4G device in the meanwhile First spotted on Twitter images of the new JioFi were posted by a user called Raghvendra – which shows the new device with a larger form factor than the previous JioFi 2 and an OLED display The new offering from Reliance simply carries forward the name ‘JioFi’ as written on the box The new design of the device does away with the previous models computer-mouse style in favour for a flatter and square design with rounded edges Unlike the JioFi 2 the new JioFi features an OLED display that is able to show information like – Wi-Fi connectivity SIM card status battery status On/Off status and more The device itself looks considerably bigger than the previous generation thanks to the 2600 mAh battery backup – compared to JioFi 2’s 2300 mAh battery The backside of the device carries a “Designed in India” label Reliance could have got this assembled locally in India The device comes in two different cylindrical packagings – blue and red Both the colourful boxes carry the JioFi logo on the side but what we do not no yet is whether there is any difference in the device itself in the different packaging The features on the box show that the 2600 mAh battery of the device will be able to give five hours of use on full charge exactly the same as the previous model Upto 10 devices can be connected to the JioFi at the same time down from 31 devices that the JioFi 2 could handle There is a microSD card slot that accepts cards upto 32GB Read:Reliance JioFi 2 Wi-Fi hub review: Cheapest way to access the free data The new JioFi is priced at Rs 1999 and is available in selected cities The price of JioFi 2 was recently slashed by Reliance and now retails at Rs 1999 down from its original price of Rs 2999 JioFi devices will give a user access to unlimited 4G data until December 31 after which they can decide to go with Reliance’s cheap data plans Users can also buy a Reliance Jio 4G SIM and can access unlimited 4G data on their own smartphone device Here is the list of all the devices that are supporting Jio’s Welcome Offer For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Tech Desk | Published: March 4 2017 3:26 pm Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 smartphone could feature the fingerprint scanner inside the display Related News Xiaomi’s upcoming Mi Mix 2 smartphone could feature a fingerprint scanner embedded inside the display claim new leaks on Weibo Now the Mi Mix when it launched was called a concept phone by Xiaomi and it sported a ceramic body But the highlight of the phone was the front panel which consisted entirely of the display and the phone had a 913 per cent screen-to-body ratio thus making it entirely bezeless Now Xiaomi’s CEO Lei Jun has already confirmed on social media that the Mi Mix 2 is happening for sure And now the latest leaks suggest the Mi Mix 2 could change the way we view fingerprint scanner According to a post on Weibo the Chinese manufacture will be the first to introduce the fingerprint scanner embedded inside the display Watch all our videos from Express Technology Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 is not the only device which is rumoured to sport this technology According to leaks the iPhone 8 will also feature something where the fingerprint scanner will be embedded inside the display as Apple could get ride of the home button Recently a Chinese firm GOODIX showed off its conceptual optics fingerprints so there’s a good chance that other Chinese players will try and take advantage of this technology The Weibo post also mentions GOODIX and how the experience is no different from the regular fingerprint scanner For the Mi Mix 2 Xiaomi will once again partner with designer Phillipe Starck worked on the original Mi Mix This was confirmed by Xiaomi’s Lei Jun who also wrote in his Weibo post that now both parties will explore how quickly they can bring Starck’s idea to reality Xiaomi Mi Mix might have been a striking phone but it didn’t make its way out of China While the Mi Mix might have introduced us to the first nearly bezel-less phone in 2016 2017 is going to see a flood of these Samsung Galaxy S8 will have a totally bezel-less display with the fingerprint scanner moved to the back of the phone the iPhone 8’s expensive anniversary edition is also expected to have a bezel-less display Also read: Xiaomi Mi MIX 2 in the works confirms CEO Lei Jun In terms of specifications the original Mi Mix relies on cantilever piezoelectric ceramic acoustic technology to replace the earpiece speaker which is on the front of the device It also has a ultrasonic proximity sensor hidden behind the display The original Mi Mix comes with a Snapdragon 821 processor 4GB RAM and 128GB of internal memory The Pro version has 6GB RAM and 256GB of internal storage There’s also a a 16-megapixel main camera and a 5-megapixel selfie camera on the bottom of the device Xiaomi showcased the white version of the Mi Mix at CES 2017 For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News” Participants better remembered and chose dishes that reflected the music they had listened to before looking at the menu,” The body of Yadav was handed over to his family members after a 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