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COBRA Bn (CRPF) and District Force.This comes just a few weeks after 25 CRPF jawans were killed in an encounter with Naxals in Sukma Earlier on Monday a Special Task Force (STF) jawan succumbed to injuries after he got injured in an encounter with Naxals in Bijapur district on Sunday Combing operations in Basaguda and Awapalli police area of the district were being carried out byJoint teams of Special Task Force (STF) District Reserve Guard (DRG) CoBRA (Commando Battalion for Resolute Action) and district police Meanwhile the CRPF has conducted about 200 special operations with a “re-worked” strategy apprehending 26 Maoists and seizing a huge cache of munitions since April Reacting to increasing Naxal attacks in the state DefenceMinister and Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh had last week said “We have to bring aggression in our policy there should be aggression in our thinking aggression in our strategy aggression in the deployment of security forces aggression in operations aggression in bringing development aggression in road construction For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Chennai | Updated: February 26 2015 4:58 pm Priest Father Alexis Prem Kumar abducted in Afghanistan eight months back on his arrival at New Delhi’s airport on Sunday (Source: PTI) Related News Jesuit priest Father Alexis Prem Kumar who had been in captivity for over eight months in Afghanistan on Thursday said he was released with a warning that he would be killed if he returned to the trouble-torn country “At the time of my release I was told that I will be shot if I chose to come back to Afghanistan though they are releasing me this time round” Kumar told reporters here a day after he arrived in the city Also read: Jaya writes to Modi seeks his intervention in release of abducted Indian in Afghanistan Recounting his harrowing experience Kumar 47 said during the captivity his hands and legs were chained even as the location where he was kept confined was changed some times Share This Article Related Article “Most of the time my hands and legs were chained… though there was no threat to my life” the priest hailing from Devakottai in Tamil Nadu said He further told the press that during the captivity he was allowed to go to toilet only once in 12 hours and that an armed guard would be present around him even when he answered nature’s call Also read: Family of abducted Indian aid worker seeks urgent steps for his rescue “… so I had to drink less water to control (urine) output and things like this affected me and I had to battle health issues” he said Kumar was working with the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) an educational charity as its Afghanistan Director and had been in the country for over three years He had earlier worked for the JRS serving Sri Lankan refugees in Tamil Nadu Kumar had accompanied teachers on a visit to a JRS-supported school for returnee refugees in Sohadat village 25-km from the city of Herat on June 2 last year when he was kidnapped by unidentified gunmen from the school He was released following efforts by the NDA Government The announcement of his release was made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on February 22 Also read: 1 arrested for abduction of Indian aid worker in Afghanistan “There were no issues for three years and I was familiar with the terrain as well” Kumar said “I was always told by my abductors that I would be freed soon” he said adding he had no clear idea about the identity of his kidnappers though it was claimed they were Taliban The priest said he did not know the local Pashto language and communicated with his abductors in sign language To repeated questions on the demands of abductors and how his release was secured Kumar said he had “no idea” and said “I don’t know the purpose for which I was abducted and how I was released” Kumar thanked Modi embassy officials in Afghanistan and the Tamil Nadu Government for securing his release Praising the people of Afghanistan for their hospitality he however said it was still a “problematic” country “without peace” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Updated: April 13 2014 6:56 pm PMO spokesman Pankaj Pachauri categorically denied that any file has ever been shown to Sonia Gandhi Related News The Prime Minister’s Office today rubbished as “baseless and mischievous” the contention of former media adviser to PM Sanjaya Baru that PMO files were seen by Congress President Sonia Gandhi “The statement being attributed to a former media adviser to the Prime Minister that PMO files were seen by the Congress President Smt Sonia Gandhi is completely baseless and mischievous It is categorically denied that any PMO file has ever been shown to Smt Sonia Gandhi” PMO spokesman Pankaj Pachauri said in a statement here He was responding to the claims by Baru in his book ‘Accidental Prime Minister – The Making and Unmaking of Manmohan Singh’ and comments to media that the Prime Minister’s Principal Secretary Pulok Chatterjee would seek “instructions” from Gandhi on important PMO decisions Criticising Baru the PMO statement said “The book written by the former media adviser is an attempt to misuse a privileged position and access to high office to gain credibility and to apparently exploit it for commercial gain” Pachauri said “The commentary smacks of fiction and coloured views of a former adviser” The statement reiterated that “the question about comments of the former media adviser was raised by senior editors when they met the Prime Minister in October last year His answer was – “Do not believe all he is saying” The PMO statement came as opposition launched a scathing attack on Gandhi and the Prime Minister citing the claims by Baru In his book Baru has written “Pulok who was inducted into the Manmohan Singh PMO at the behest of Sonia Gandhi had regular almost daily meetings with Sonia at which he was said to brief her on the key policy issues of the day and seek her instructions on important files to be cleared by the PM “Indeed Pulok was the single most point of regular contact between PM and Sonia He was also the PMO’s main point of contact with the NAC a high profile advisory body chaired by Sonia Gandhi with social activists as members It was sometimes dubbed the shadow cabinet” As the observations created a flutter Baru said “it was not a secret” He said it was well known that Chatterjee was Sonia Gandhi’s secretary when she was the leader of opposition and had also worked with the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation chaired by her “He was very much part of the family… I was not witness to it whether she physically saw the files I knew she was consulted on issues and he was taking her concurrence” said Baru who had resigned from the PMO in 2008 while Chatterjee joined it in 2011 In his book Baru has written “Pulok who was inducted into the Manmohan Singh PMO at the behest of Sonia Gandhi had regular almost daily meetings with Sonia at which he was said to brief her on the key policy issues of the day and seek her instructions on important files to be cleared by the PM “Indeed Pulok was the single most point of regular contact between PM and Sonia He was also the PMO’s main point of contact with the NAC a high profile advisory body chaired by Sonia Gandhi with social activists as members It was sometimes dubbed the shadow cabinet” As the observations created a flutter Baru said “it was not a secret” He said it was well known that Chatterjee was Sonia Gandhi’s secretary when she was the leader of opposition and had also worked with the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation chaired by her “He was very much part of the family … I was not witness to it whether she physically saw the files I knew she was consulted on issues and he was taking her concurrence” said Baru who had resigned from the PMO in 2008 while Chatterjee joined it in 2011 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: November 2 2017 5:32 am Partha Chatterjee Related News State Education Minister Partha Chatterjee on Wednesday said candidates who have enrolled in teacher training programmes will be allowed to appear for the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) to hire for state primary schools Chatterjee also reiterated that the state government would follow NCTE guidelines to conduct the TET and a notification in this regard will be issued on November 15 “We will not delay in publishing the result of Part 1 of DElEd and we hope to declare results by November 15 After declaring the results of Part 1 we will conduct Part 2 of DElEd in December Those who have enrolled for DElEd and have received their registration number will be eligible to send their application for the Teachers Eligibility Test” Chatterjee said during a news conference at his residence The state education minister further said: “We will follow recruitment rules of NCTE… Only trained candidates will be allowed to sit for the TET Those who have enrolled for such training are eligible to apply for the examination” Chatterjee also slammed a section of people for taking some candidates to the high court and helping them file cases against the state government over teacher recruitment “At a time when the state government is trying to recruit teachers for state-run schools a section of people are trying to thwart the process They are taking some candidates and helping them file cases against the government Instead of doing that they should have come to us to resolve their issues” he said The state government is yet to announce a date to conduct the TET For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related News the man under investigation by Czech police,alver et al. Nature Communications DOI:101038/s41467-017-01550-z 2017 99-million-year-old ticks sucked the blood of dinosaurs By Gretchen VogelDec 12 2017 11:00 AM Ticks may be a disease-carrying menace for hikers and pets but they’re also masters of survival: The parasites were sucking the blood of dinosaurs 99 million years ago according to a set of amber fossils from Myanmar One of the samples in which a tick is hanging onto a dino feather provides the oldest direct evidence of what these ancient parasites ate The find is a “paleontologist’s dream” says Ricardo Pérez-de la Fuente a paleontologist at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History in the United Kingdom who helped lead the work The amber samples—hardened tree resin that can preserve animals trapped within in exquisite detail—held several clues showing that ticks fed on dinosaurs The most direct evidence comes from the tick grasping a feather that belonged to a theropod dinosaur a member of the group that ultimately gave rise to modern birds Another includes two ticks together both of which have hairs stuck to them from a type of beetle larvae thought to live in dinosaur nests It’s unusual to find a parasite and remains of its host preserved together and this is the first direct evidence we have that ancient ticks sucked dinosaur blood says Pérez-de la Fuente “It shows that the relationship between ticks and birds is an ancient one: It was present in the ancestors of both lineages” (Many modern ticks feed on birds) Ninety-nine-million-year-old amber specimens suggest ticks fed on dinosaur blood E Pealver The samples—reported today in Nature Communications—come from a famous amber deposit in Myanmar thought to be 99 million years old They were originally purchased from amber dealers by private collectors who later donated the samples to museums Scott Anderson an amber collector in Pennsylvania described one of the specimens a blood-filled tick about half a centimeter long at a paleontology meeting a few years ago He was originally hoping that the blood might contain recoverable DNA but it did not He then teamed up with Pérez-de la Fuente and other colleagues to better characterize several of his samples The researchers determined the specimens were a previously undescribed species of tick which they named Deinocroton draculi or “Dracula’s terrible tick” The hairs stuck to the two D draculi closely resemble those found on a certain type of beetle larvae Today these beetle larvae live in bird and mammal nests feeding on sloughed-off skin and feathers They use the sticky hairs to fend off predators and the hairs can end up collecting to form thick mats in nests where the beetle larvae reside says Pérez-de la Fuente “The most likely scenario is that the two ticks got entangled with the hairs when visiting the nest of a feathered dinosaur” That’s plausible says Ryan McKellar a paleontologist at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum in Regina Canada who was not involved with the work For the beetle hairs to be preserved alongside a pair of ticks suggests they were trapped in the resin fairly close to wherever they encountered the beetle larvae That was likely a nest he says although it’s not clear what animal might have built the nest “The authors have done a fantastic job of extracting every possible clue from these ancient snapshots”Young women with irregular menstrual periods may be at higher risk of developing—and dying from—ovarian cancer later in life researchers found in a 50-year study of California women The new research provides the first evidence linking abnormally long cycles or missed periods to higher ovarian cancer risk It also challenges a longstanding hypothesis that such risk rises progressively with a woman’s total number of ovulations Having fewer ovulatory cycles is widely viewed as a protective factor against ovarian cancer It’s the reason that hormonal birth control pills pregnancy and tubal ligations—which stop ovulation—have been thought to reduce risk for that disease “This study is certainly curious because it contradicts what we thought we knew about ovarian cancer and incessant ovulation” says Mitchell Maiman an OB/GYN at Staten Island University Hospital in New York Although ovarian cancer accounts for just 3% of all cancers in women it’s the leading cause of gynecological cancer deaths Less than half of all women diagnosed with ovarian cancer survive more than 5 years Early symptoms including abdominal discomfort and bloating often go unnoticed or are misdiagnosed as irritable bowel syndrome Because there are no routine screening tests and few markers to identify groups with increased risk of ovarian cancers most cases are found when they are beyond the point of curing Age is one risk factor—more than half of all ovarian cancers are diagnosed in women over the age of 63 Heredity is another—10% to 15% of women diagnosed with ovarian cancer have one or more known genetic risk factors To identify other risk factors epidemiologist Barbara Cohn director of the Public Health Institute’s Child Health and Development Studies in Oakland California and colleagues analyzed data from more than 15000 California women who enrolled in a pregnancy study in 1959 That study sought to track disease risk over the lifetime of the mothers and their children Menstrual irregularities—defined as a cycles lasting longer than 35 days or a long-term history of infrequent or missed periods—were reported at the beginning of the study when the average age of the women was 26 Roughly 13% of the women reported irregular periods Over the next 50 years 116 women developed ovarian cancer 84 of whom died Women with a history of menstrual irregularities were nearly twice as likely as women with normal periods to develop ovarian cancer and die from it by the age of 70 That link only increased with age the researchers report in this month’s issue of the International Journal of Cancer For example women with menstrual irregularities were roughly three times as likely to develop and die from ovarian cancer by age 77 compared with women with normal periods At that point in time the risk from irregular periods was as large as the risk for women with a family history of the disease Cohn says The researchers say it’s likely that many of the women in the study who developed ovarian cancer also suffered from a hormonal disorder called polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) PCOS is often characterized by irregular or absent periods But it’s impossible to know with certainty because those diagnostic criteria were established after the start of the study PCOS is a known risk factor for endometrial cancer though previous studies investigating the link between PCOS and ovarian cancer have turned up mixed results—with some pointing toward increased risk some pointing toward decreased risk and others turning up no significant association Maiman says the new study could guide future research not only about who is at risk for ovarian cancer but also about who might benefit from screening or prevention efforts “If validated this could give us one more risk assessment factor to determine high-risk individuals in which screening is prudent” But designing such research will require more fine-grained answers several key questions says Mia Gaudet a cancer epidemiologist who is the strategic director for breast and gynecologic cancer research at the American Cancer Society in Atlanta “Research is starting to show that the characteristics of those menstrual cycles may be more important than the number For instance were the periods heavier than someone who was cycling regularly A study devised today would ask different questions” Gaudet says “[This is] a first step that warrants a closer look”Bitcoin the Internet currency beloved by computer scientists libertarians and criminals is no longer invulnerable As recently as 3 years ago it seemed that anyone could buy or sell anything with Bitcoin and never be tracked let alone busted if they broke the law “It’s totally anonymous” was how one commenter put it in Bitcoin’s forums in June 2013 “The FBI does not have a prayer of a chance of finding out who is who” The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and other law enforcement begged to differ Ross Ulbricht the 31-year-old American who created Silk Road a Bitcoin market facilitating the sale of $1 billion in illegal drugs was sentenced to life in prison in February 2015 In March the assets of 28-year-old Czech national Tomá Jiíkovsk were seized; he’s suspected of laundering $40 million in stolen Bitcoins Two more fell in September 2015: 33-year-old American Trendon Shavers pleaded guilty to running a $150 million Ponzi scheme—the first Bitcoin securities fraud case—and 30-year-old Frenchman Mark Karpelès was arrested and charged with fraud and embezzlement of $390 million from the now shuttered Bitcoin currency exchange Mt Gox The majority of Bitcoin users are law-abiding people motivated by privacy concerns or just curiosity But Bitcoin’s anonymity is also a powerful tool for financing crime: The virtual money can keep shady transactions secret The paradox of cryptocurrency is that its associated data create a forensic trail that can suddenly make your entire financial history public information Read more of our special package that examines the hurdles and advances in the field of forensics Academic researchers helped create the encryption and software systems that make Bitcoin possible; many are now helping law enforcement nab criminals These experts operate in a new field at the crossroads of computer science economics and forensics says Sarah Meiklejohn a computer scientist at University College London who co-chaired an annual workshop on financial cryptography in Barbados last month “There aren’t that many of us” she notes “We all know each other” When Bitcoin first emerged law enforcement officers were “panicking” Meiklejohn says “They thought these technologies were dangerous and made it harder for them to do their job” But as the arrests and convictions have rolled in “there’s a steady shift toward seeing cryptocurrency as a tool for prosecuting crimes” Even in the strange new world of Bitcoin FBI Assistant General Counsel Brett Nigh said in September 2015 “investigators can follow the money” C Smith/Science Unlike money issued by governments Bitcoin has no Federal Reserve no gold backing no banks no physical notes Created in a 2008 academic paper by a still unknown person using the name Satoshi Nakamoto Bitcoin “is an intellectual artifact” says Patrick McDaniel a computer scientist at Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) University Park “It’s the frontier of economics” Strictly speaking Bitcoins are nothing more than amounts associated with addresses unique strings of letters and numbers For example “1Ez69SnzzmePmZX3WpEzMKTrcBF2gpNQ55” represents nearly 30000 Bitcoins seized during the Silk Road bust—worth about $20 million at the time—that were auctioned off by the US government on 1 July 2014 Those Bitcoins have been split up and changed hands numerous times since then and all of these transactions are public knowledge The past and present ownership of every Bitcoin—in fact every 10-millionth of a Bitcoin—is dutifully recorded in the “blockchain” an ever-growing public ledger shared across the Internet What remains hidden are the true identities of the Bitcoin owners: Instead of submitting their names users create a code that serves as their digital signature in the blockchain The job of keeping the system running and preventing cheating is left to a volunteer workforce known as Bitcoin miners They crunch the numbers needed to verify every transaction Added to this is an evergrowing math task known as “proof of work” which keeps the miners honest The calculations are so intense that miners use specialized computers that run hot enough to keep homes or even office buildings warm through the winter The incentive for all this effort is built into Bitcoin itself The act of verifying a 10-minute block of transactions generates 25 new Bitcoins for the miner This is how Bitcoins are minted Just like any currency Bitcoin’s real-world value emerges as people trade it for goods services and other currencies If you’re not a miner you can only get Bitcoins from someone who already has them Companies have sprung up that sell Bitcoins—at a profitable rate—and provide ATM machines where you can convert them into cash And of course you can sell something in return for Bitcoins As soon as both parties have digitally signed the transaction and it is recorded in the blockchain the Bitcoins are yours As Science went to press Bitcoin’s market capitalization a measure of the amount of money invested in it stood at $56 billion That money is very safe from theft as long as users never reveal their private keys the long—and ideally randomly generated—numbers used to generate a digital signature But as soon as a Bitcoin is spent the forensic trail begins By 2013 millions of dollars’ worth of Bitcoins were being swapped for illegal drugs and stolen identity data on Silk Road Like a black market version of Amazon it provided a sophisticated platform for buyers and sellers including Bitcoin escrow accounts a buyer feedback forum and even a vendor reputation system The merchandise was sent mostly through the normal postal system—the buyer sent the seller the mailing address as an encrypted message—and the site even provided helpful tips such as how to vacuum-pack drugs Investigators quietly collected every shred of data from Silk Road—from the images and text describing drug products to the Bitcoin transactions that appear in the blockchain when the deals close Ultimately investigators needed to tie this string of evidence to one crucial missing piece of data: the Internet Protocol (IP) addresses of the computers used by buyers or sellers The challenge is that the Bitcoin network is designed to blur the correspondence between transactions and IP addresses All Bitcoin users are connected in a peer-to-peer network over the Internet Data flow between their computers like gossip in a crowd spreading quickly and redundantly until everyone has the information—with no one but the originator knowing who spoke first This system worked so well that it was carelessness not any privacy flaws in Bitcoin that led to the breakthrough in the investigation of Silk Road When Ulbricht the ringleader was hiring help to expand his operation he used the same pseudonym he had adopted years before to post announcements on illegal drug discussion forums; that and other moments of sloppiness made him a suspect Once FBI tracked his IP address to a San Francisco in California Internet cafe they caught him in the act of logging into Silk Road as an administrator Other criminals could take solace in the fact that it was a slip-up; as long as you used Bitcoin carefully your identity was protected behind the cryptographic wall But now even that confidence is eroded Among the first researchers to find a crack in the wall were the husband-and-wife team of Philip and Diana Koshy In 2014 as graduate students in McDaniel’s lab at Penn State they built their own version of the software that buyers and sellers use to take part in the Bitcoin network It was especially designed to be inefficient downloading a copy of every single packet of data transmitted by every computer in the Bitcoin network “We wanted to see everything” Philip Koshy says If the data flowing through the network were perfectly coordinated with everyone’s computer sending and receiving data as frequently as the rest then it might be impossible to link Bitcoin addresses with IP addresses But there is no top-down coordination of the Bitcoin network and its flow is far from perfect The Koshys noticed that sometimes a computer sent out information about only one transaction meaning that the person at that IP address was the owner of that Bitcoin address And sometimes a surge of transactions came from a single IP address—probably when the user was upgrading his or her Bitcoin client software Those transactions held the key to a whole backlog of their Bitcoin addresses Like unraveling a ball of string once the Koshys isolated some of the addresses others followed Ultimately they were able to map IP addresses to more than 1000 Bitcoin addresses; they published their findings in the proceedings of an obscure cryptography conference It is unusual for an academic paper to cause both The New York Times and the US Department of Homeland Security to come calling “It was crazy” Philip Koshy says Their technique has not yet appeared in the official record of a criminal case but the Koshys say they have observed so-called fake nodes on the Bitcoin network associated with IP addresses in government data centers in Virginia suggesting that investigators there are hoovering up the data packets for surveillance purposes too (The pair has since left academia for tech industry jobs) As criminals have evolved more sophisticated methods to use Bitcoin researchers have followed apace Meiklejohn—who says she regularly works with law enforcement but is “not comfortable discussing the details”—was one of the first researchers to explore Bitcoin “mixing” services The basic idea is to protect the anonymity of transactions by swapping many people’s Bitcoin stashes with each other as in a shell game The forensic trail shows the money going in but then goes cold because it is impossible to know which Bitcoins belong to whom on the other end “So in principle this is a solution to Bitcoin’s anonymity problem” Meiklejohn says Bitcoin Foundation Vice Chairman Charlie Shrem (right) leaves the Manhattan federal courthouse in New York City in January 2014 Shrem was later sentenced to 2 years in prison for laundering money on Silk Road Lucas Jackson/Reuters But even mixing has weaknesses that forensic investigators can exploit Soon after Silk Road shut down someone with administrative access to one of the newly emerging black markets walked away with 90000 Bitcoins from user escrow accounts The thief tried to use a mixing service to launder the money but wasn’t patient enough to hide the tracks Meiklejohn says “It’s difficult to push large amounts of Bitcoin through mixing services secretly It’s extremely noticeable no matter how you do it” Thomas Jiikovsk,” Pradhan was of the view that the consumption of gas should be increased as it is a clean fuel and makes economic sense in view of various technologies available for converting bio waste, He never supported forces trying to break the country, and so on. and as a result remember them with greater accuracy. 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