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The filmmaker said the short film addresses the ability to have dreams even though people may be divided over certain issues. based on Philip K Dick’s novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep. The government accepted the committee? “The one who was riding the bike lost control over it which first hit a divider of the road and then a tree.” He had bowled with pink kookaburra during Duleep Trophy but isn’t ready to commit about its future. the chilling effect on free speech would be total. A furious Anandiben feels that Modi caved in to pressure from Shah. Traditional interviews and private video confessional diaries have been put together to explore the journey of this ethnically diverse basketball team, silambattam (fighting with stick) and ‘Valukamaram’ (Malakamba–pole climbing) has made them stress free and also enabled them overcome caste and religious divisions, owner-worker and agriculturist-worker divide.
Bhagwath Chandrasekhar, the end users would get to enjoy technology at a more affordable cost and that is what Vivo aspires to achieve. 2017 5:25 am Sources said that after he was fired, police arrested the accused from a shelter home in Nizamuddin railway station Friday night. There is also a possibility of heavy to very heavy rainfall at one or two places in districts of coastal Odisha and heavy rainfall at some places in interior parts of the state during the next 24 hours, The HRD Ministry has been informed about the development and the final clearance to the project is expected to be given shortly, said an official Sources added the Institute is likely to come up near Vadodara and a formal announcement about the exact site would be made soon They said the estimated cost of the project is Rs130 crore50 per cent of which is likely to be paid by the Centre35 per cent would be contributed by the state and the rest by the industry partner While the state would provide land free of costthe participating industry would also contribute towards research laboratoriesinternshipsfaculty chairs The Centre will also provide recurring expenditure of Rs 10 crore per annum for the first four years from the commencement of the institute Currently AllahabadGwaliorJabalpur and Kanchipuram house an IIIT eachoffering undergraduate as well as postgraduate courses Admissions for undergraduate courses in IIITs are done through the All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) The 11th Five Year Plan envisages establishment of 20 more IIITs in the country on the PPP model For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Washington | Published: October 17 2017 8:08 pm Scientists at the LIGO detectors and the world over detected the first “ripples in space” or gravitational waves produced by the merger of two ancient remnants of stars known as neutron stars (File Photo) Related News In yet another interstellar feat scientists at the LIGO detectors and the world over detected the first “ripples in space” or gravitational waves produced by the merger of two ancient remnants of stars known as neutron stars The neutron stars merged in a galaxy called NGC 4993 located about 130 million light years from Earth in the constellation Hydra Seven new papers describe the first-ever detection of light from a gravitational wave source The event caused by two neutron stars colliding and merging together was dubbed “GW170817” because it sent ripples through space-time that reached Earth on August 17 Around the world hundreds of excited astronomers mobilised quickly and were able to observe the event using numerous telescopes providing a wealth of new data Previous detections of gravitational waves have all involved the merger of two black holes a feat that won the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics earlier in October However black hole mergers are not expected to produce any electromagnetic radiation (light) meaning they cannot be detected by conventional telescopes In contrast binary neutron star (NS-NS) mergers have long been expected to produce an energetic explosion and a plume of radioactive material generating light but have never previously been detected These mergers provide important clues as to how matter behaves under these extreme conditions The papers published online in Science describe how light from the NS-NS merger was precisely located subsequent observations at X-ray ultraviolet (UV) optical infrared (IR) and radio wavelengths and theoretical analysis of the event “This is a milestone in the growing effort by scientists worldwide to unlock the mysteries of the universe and of earth” said Professor Ehud Nakar of Tel Aviv University’s Raymond and Beverly Sackler School of Physics and Astronomy A neutron star forms when a star much bigger and brighter than the sun exhausts its thermonuclear fuel supply and explodes into a violent supernova The explosion of neutron stars which are made almost entirely of neutrons was detected by multiple telescopes across the electromagnetic spectrum from gamma rays and visible light to radio waves The merger is the first cosmological event observed in both gravitational waves-ripples in the fabric of space-time-and the entire spectrum of light from gamma rays to radio waves Gravitational waves from the event arrived first at the twin Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO) detectors located in Hanford Washington and Livingston Louisiana Because of the orientation of the neutron star pair the newly operational Virgo detector located near Pisa Italy observed a weaker signal Less than two seconds later the Gamma-ray Burst Monitor on NASA’s Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope detected a short burst of gamma rays A rapid analysis of these signals enabled the LIGO Scientific Collaboration (LSC) and the Virgo Collaboration to locate the signal in a region covering less than 01 per cent of the total sky area as viewed from Earth Fermi independently identified a larger area consistent with that identified by LIGO and Virgo Astronomers around the globe then directed more than 70 space- and ground-based telescopes toward the event for follow-up observations “This is the most intensely observed astronomical event in history” said Peter Shawhan a professor of physics at University of Maryland (UMD) and an LSC principal investigator “For the binary black hole mergers LIGO has already observed the signals were much shorter–just a fraction of a second” said Alessandra Buonanno a UMD College Park Professor of Physics and LSC principal investigator “We were able to track the evolution of GW170817 over time in a way we could not achieve for two black holes As we continue to examine the signal this wealth of data will likely allow us to pursue new and more stringent gravitational tests which could put Einstein’s theory of general relativity in question” Theorists have predicted that when neutron stars collide they should give off gravitational waves and gamma rays along with powerful jets that emit light across the electromagnetic spectrum The new observations confirm that at least some short gamma-ray bursts are generated by the merging of neutron stars-something that was only theorized before But while one mystery appears to be solved new mysteries have emerged The observed short gamma-ray burst was one of the closest to Earth seen so far yet it was surprisingly weak for its distance Scientists are beginning to propose models for why this might be the case “While the results from this event are beyond my wildest dreams the most exciting part is that this is really just the beginning” said Brad Cenko principal investigator of the Swift Gamma-ray Burst Mission at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Centre For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by RIAN KHORANA | Pune | Published: August 14 2017 6:11 am Puneri Paltan’s kabaddi team captain Deepak Hooda Top News FROM BEING a part-time teacher in his village in Haryana to donning the cap of the captain of Puneri Paltan’s kabaddi team Deepak Hooda said his life has been a “roller coaster ride” His tryst with kabaddi began when he was 16 years old and had started participating in local tournaments Initially he played to earn money and support his sister after they lost their parents at a very young age It was while playing for local tournaments that he developed an interest in kabaddi and aspired to be a part of the national team “I joined the Haryana team and bagged gold at the senior national-level tournament in Patna in 2014 Later I played for the national team at the 2016 South Asian Games and won the gold again The beginning of the Pro-Kabaddi League brought a huge change in the field Kabaddi players started getting exposure financial stability and more importantly respect The reason I am being recognised today by fans is the Pro-Kabaddi League” he said Hooda added that it was his dream to be a part of the national squad and win laurels “I was thrilled to be a part of the gold-winning team at the 2016 South Asian Games My biggest achievement till date is being a part of the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup Squad I hope that as the captain of the Puneri Paltan I would be able to lead my team to victory and add another feather to my cap” he said “The feeling of donning the Indian Jersey was a dream come true for me…” he added Pointing out that while cricket is the most popular sport in the country he said kabaddi was not far behind According to studies Kabaddi was the second most viewed sports in India in 2016 he added The Pro-Kabaddi League has repackaged the sport in an appealing way said Hooda adding that today the audience for kabaddi is double as compared to the previous seasons “The Pro-Kabaddi League has given a financial stability to players like me who hail from humble backgrounds It has given us a platform to showcase our talent Our team owner’s motive is to promote kabaddi right from the grassroots levels The government too is actively encouraging the sport and its players and soon enough we may also be a part of the Olympics” he added Pointing out at the void he feels as his parents are not around he said “I had lost my mother when I was 4 and my father passed away in 2013 leaving me as the sole breadwinner in the family Hence I had to leave my studies I became a part-time teacher for two years to support my sister That was the time I started playing kabaddi and was drawn towards it Kabaddi helped me a lot in channelising my energy and emotions for good” For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: November 13 2013 1:32 am Related News THIS refers to the prime ministers address at the conference organised by the CBI At a time when the investigating agency seems keen to emerge from the Centres shadowthe PMs advice that the CBI should be more careful while investigating policy matters is not likely to make much of an impression on the caged parrot. 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Bangladesh were badly bruised by Pakistan in their tournament opener as they lost the contest by 55 runs.however.