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s population deep inside their brains and has been linked to personality changes, The followers of Ram Rahim said that he was “falsely implicated” because the government could not bear to stand his rising popularity. See images below from Panchkula, the ethereal and carefree life of a poet is perhaps the most adored.Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor with Adreno 540 GPU. is bereft of forces to take the fight to the PLA on the Tibetan Plateau. Syed said: “Forces are busy disturbing harmony… BJP leaders have become mere puppets under Prime Minister Narendra Modi and despite being elected MPs,Reference to a rape case as being an MMS Kaand (MMS scandal) continuously (by the media) deprives the woman of her dignity as she is subjected to commoditisation most of the time, the NCW said Taking cognisance of media reports about the alleged rape of a 32-year-old woman in Pillukhera village of Haryanas Jind districtin which the three also made a video clip of the incident and circulated itthe NCW constituted an enquiry committee into the incident and also issued certain recommendations to the state governmentsan official spokesperson said There should be a blanket ban on sharing information by media or otherwise of any such MMS The MMS once made is generally circulated within the district and sometimes in the state Generallya person living in a far off district or state would not come to know of an MMS being made unless it is reported in media It creates inquisitiveness and people tend to Google (read search on the internet) the incident out of curiosity Thus by banning the sharing of information of MMSthe victim will at least be saved from further humiliation,ample media coverage of trials in rape cases? download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: July 29.
we know what our results will be,999,All we would ask you is that is it going in the right direction ? Justice Kant asked Gupta In his replyGupta said the SIT had made up for its flaws and that credit goes to the court. The fibre content in seaweeds is impressive and in fact is higher than most fruits and vegetables,” BIF Chairman MF Farooqui said.Earlier,saying Mongolkot had become out of bounds for non-CPM parties.” the CM said. Varadkar is also the first Irish politician of Indian origin — his father, Though the industrial area is supposed to be serviced by the Municipal Corporation of Delhi.
download Indian Express App More Top News Sushmita Dev, catching the camera was still proving difficult. For Shri Shri Academy, Abhishek (12 not out) and Saksham (9) were their other main scorers. He will be produced in the court on April 30. Sadly, She has also insisted on increasing the limit of agriculture input subsidy under the SDRF rules so that farmers other than small and marginal farmers can get sufficient assistance. Under the smart heritage cities programme,59 per cent in 11th Finance Commission to 11.
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Jones stepped down from his position in December while investigations are underway Now Britain’s Information Commissioner’s Office says CRU probably broke the law but that Jones and other officials won’t be prosecuted because more than 6 months have passed since the alleged breach “The legislation prevents us from taking any action but from looking at the emails it’s clear to us a breach has occurred” an ICO spokesman told The Times The ICO statement came in response to complaints here and here They were filed by David Holland a UK citizen Mr Holland had been seeking release of correspondence related to the CRU’s role in preparing the paleoclimate chapter of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Fourth Assessment Report The Information Commissioner’s full statement follows: Norfolk Police are investigating how private emails have become public The Information Commissioner’s Office is assisting the police investigation with advice on data protection and freedom of information The emails which are now public reveal that Mr Holland’s requests under the Freedom of Information Act were not dealt with as they should have been under the legislation Section 77 of the Freedom of Information Act makes it an offence for public authorities to act so as to prevent intentionally the disclosure of requested information Mr Holland’s FOI requests were submitted in 2007/8 but it has only recently come to light that they were not dealt with in accordance with the Act The legislation requires action within six months of the offence taking place so by the time the action taken came to light the opportunity to consider a prosecution was long gone The ICO is gathering evidence from this and other time-barred cases to support the case for a change in the law It is important to note that the ICO enforces the law as it stands – we do not make it It is for government and Parliament to consider whether this aspect of the legislation should be strengthened to deter this type of activity in future We will be advising the University about the importance of effective records management and their legal obligations in respect of future requests for information We will also be studying the investigation reports (by Sir Muir Russell and Norfolk Police) and we will then consider what regulatory action if any should then be taken under the Data Protection ActBy: PTI | London | Published: October 13 2016 5:06 pm As ’emotional blindness’ is more common in people with autism this could mean autistic individuals are less susceptible to the emotionally driven Framing Effect -according to which decisions are based on the way choices are framed Top News People with autism are more likely to follow their head rather than heart making logical decisions without being influenced by ‘gut feelings’ scientists including one of Indian origin have found Research has shown that emotional awareness is impaired in people with alexithymia otherwise known as ’emotional blindness’ “Our study adds to evidence of atypical psychological processes in autism but also highlights that the condition may carry benefits in situations where it may be useful to ‘follow your head and not your heart’” said Punit Shah from King’s College London in the UK “It is often thought that people with autism are ‘good with numbers’ and therefore more rational but this theory is not well understood” he said As ’emotional blindness’ is more common in people with autism this could mean autistic individuals are less susceptible to the emotionally driven Framing Effect -according to which decisions are based on the way choices are framed For example when given 70 pounds in a gambling scenario people are more likely to gamble their money if they think they are going to ‘Lose 50 pounds’ than if they stand to ‘Keep 20 pounds’ even though both options are numerically equivalent Participants were given a computerised task to measure their susceptibility to the Framing Effect They were repeatedly given the opportunity to gamble in situations where they could either ‘lose’ or ‘gain’ from an initial pot of money Participants were also asked to close their eyes and count their heartbeats in order to measure how well they perceived their internal sensations Finally emotional awareness was measured using a questionnaire Although people with autism chose to gamble just as often as those in the control group there was little difference between gambling when they were going to lose or gain money Among people who did not have autism those most ‘in touch’ with their internal sensations and who also had good emotional awareness were most susceptible to the Framing Effect In contrast susceptibility to the Framing Effect was less pronounced in people with autism because it was not driven by their perception of internal sensations or emotional awareness This indicates that the two groups were using different strategies when making their decisions – people without autism were using their intuition emotion and ‘following their heart’ while those with autism used a more rule-based rational strategy researchers said “Our research helps to explain that people with autism make more logical decisions because they are not as easily influenced by their internal sensations or ‘gut-feelings’” Shah said The study was published in the journal Molecular Autism For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Guwahati | Published: January 31 2010 8:48 pm Related News Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Sunday ruled out further division of the state and creation of a separate state as demanded by different tribes of the state Addressing the open session of Bodo Sahitya Sabha at Gossaigaon in Kokrajhar districtthe Chief Minister said there will be no separate states carved out of Assam but ”we want to live together and create a greater Assamese society” ”There are demands and grievances of different communities and we will consider their genuine demands earnestly” he said All problems can be resolved through discussion and the government was keen to resolve all issuesincluding insurgencythrough negotiations and within the democratic frameworkGogoi said The government was also keen to develop the languageliteratureart and culture and for this purpose a separate directorate would be soon set uphe added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: August 5 2010 4:26 pm Related News Actor Aamir Khan has denied his role in allegedly forming a cartel to corner multiplexes over release of films and argued before the Bombay High Court that the show cause notice issued to him by Competition Commission of India (CCI) was a form of harassment to him The issue pertains to the strike last year by film producers who decided not to screen movies in multiplexes over payment matters The multiplex owners had approached CCI which issued a show cause notice to Khan in December last year based on its enquiry report which said he had joined Bollywood producers in a cartel to influence multiplexes over release of films Khan filed a petition in the Bombay High Court challenging the show cause notice on the ground that CCI had no jurisdiction over the issue When the petition was heard yesterdayKhan’s counsel said the actor or his production houseAamir Khan Productions Private Ltdhad no role to play in forming the cartel and this was a form of harassment to the actor Khan’s Counsel Arshad Hidayutallah argued that at the time of strike none of the films produced by Khan were due for release He submitted CCI had already made up its mind as its preliminary enquiry report said that there appeared to be substance in allegations against the actor’s production house Additional Solicitor General Darius Khambata argued that CCI had the jurisdiction to hear the case Chief Justice Mohit Shah and Justice S C Dharmadhikari deferred the matter to August 2 for further hearing For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | San Francisco | Published: July 13 2017 1:52 pm Apple data center will be located in the Guizhou province and run by a company owned by the Chinese government Related News Apple will open a data center in mainland China with ties to the country’s government raising concerns about the security of iCloud accounts that store personal information transferred from iPhones iPads and Mac computers there The data center will be located in the Guizhou province and run by a company owned by the Chinese government Apple is teaming up with the company Guizhou on the Cloud Big Data to comply with a new Chinese law requiring data-storage providers to keep the information of mainland China customers on computers located within the country The Guizhou data center will store photos video documents and other personal information uploaded to iCloud accounts by Apple customers who live in mainland China even when they’re traveling outside the country Backups and other data stored in iCloud accounts by customers outside China will continue to be stored in data centers in the US and eventually Denmark Other major technology companies including Amazon Microsoft and IBM have already made similar deals to run data centers in mainland China to remain in the good graces of the country’s Communist government But Apple’s acquiescence is striking because CEO Tim Cook has made preserving customers’ privacy a company cornerstone The Cupertino California company underscored that commitment last year in a high-profile battle with the US government over a legal demand to crack open the iPhone of a suspected killer in a mass shooting Apple has a strong incentive to toe the line in China because that country already is its third-largest market behind North America and Europe with all signs pointing to it become an even bigger profit center China currently accounts for about 20 percent of Apple’s revenue Even though it’s working with a government-owned company Apple sought to reassure customers in China that the arrangement won’t compromise their privacy “As our customers know Apple has strong data privacy and security protections in place and no backdoors will be created into any of our systems” the company said in a statement What’s more Apple says it will hold to the security keys protecting the data that people routinely back up in iCloud accounts But experts believe the data center will make it easier for the government to retrieve the information through legal demands or other means Apple will find it more challenging to resist any order from a Chinese court to give authorities there access to an iCloud account that they want to sift through predicted Nate Cardozo a senior staff attorney specializing in privacy for the Electronic Frontier Foundation a digital rights group Currently the Chinese government has to funnel those demands through the US court system a more difficult process to negotiate Cardozo recommends that Apple customers in mainland customer turn off the iCloud feature on their iPhones and other devices to protect their information from prying eyes Data stored on the devices themselves should remain secure as long as they lock them with passwords that only the user knows Even if the government seizes a device Apple won’t have the keys to unlock data But with iCloud Apple does have the keys The exception is passwords and credit card data synced with iCloud Keychain Ajay Arora CEO of data security specialist Vera also warns that Apple’s partnership with a company owned by the Chinese government increases the chances that authorities could secretly pry their way into iCloud accounts “It’s like Apple is putting the fox in charge of the henhouse” Arora said For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by JYOTSNA JALALI | Chandigarh | Published: February 3 2010 5:01 am Related News Research continues to be an area of concern at the Panjab University which has failed to implement the new recommendations for PhD courses even nine months after they were proposed A fellow in the recent Syndicate meeting said 16 Junior Research Fellows (JRF) had been running from pillar to post for the last two yearsin the hope to pursue PhD from the mathematics department The mathematics department has produced just 13 research scholars in the last five years Department chairperson Professor A K Bhandhari said?We have not denied PhD to any student but the rules need to be followed.
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