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Delhi-based firm R K Associates were remanded in CBI custody for one day The officials are accused of colluding with private players to supply inferior quality packaged drinking water in trains for pecuniary gains CBI sources said Silas a 1984-batch Indian Railway Traffic Service officer was involved in a project of his own Sources said the project — Garland of Peace — was being looked into to see whether any bribes were paid through it Other cultural activities of Silas will also be probed A company run by Chalia’s son is on the CBI radar For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: June 12 2017 9:26 pm In a letter written in April the Election Commission has urged the Law Ministry to amend the election laws so that it can use ‘Contempt of Court’ Act against such parties (File Photo) Related News The Election Commission has sought more powers to initiate contempt proceedings against some political parties which take advantage of the freedom of expression and make wild allegations against it without any credible evidence In a letter written in April the Commission has urged the Law Ministry to amend the election laws so that it can use ‘Contempt of Court’ Act against such parties The letter comes close on the heels of AAP questioning the impartiality of the EC Delhi Chief Minister and AAP convenor Arvind Kejriwal had questioned the impartiality of Election Commissioners A K Joti and O P Rawat Following this Rawat had recused himself from cases EC is adjudicating against AAP MLAs including the one relating to 20 of them allegedly holding office of profit “… Some even accuse the Commission of working in favour of the winning political parties…in order to address the emerging situation there is a rationale and a strong-felt need that the Election Commission may also be given power to punish for its own contempt” the poll watchdog said It pointed out that several election management bodies including those in Kenya and Pakistan have “direct powers” to initiate contempt proceedings For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: December 10 2016 4:01 am Ahmad’s mother at a protest march in Jantar Mantar on Monday (Express Photo: Prem Nath Pandey) Top News The Delhi High Court on Friday said it was “pained” over the failure to trace missing JNU student Najeeb Ahmad and said it wanted his anguished mother to get her son back “If we imagine the worst something has to be found out…We are pained that the missing person has not been found We are only interested that he comes home and the mother gets her son back” said Justice G S Sistani and Justice Vinod Goel The court was hearing a habeas corpus plea filed by Fatima Nafees Ahmad’s mother that her son be produced by police and the Delhi government before the court Ahmad (27) had gone missing from the hostel on October 15 after an alleged row with ABVP members The organisation however has denied any involvement in his disappearance The Crime Branch of Delhi Police said it had taken various steps to locate Ahmad but had failed to find him It said it will continue the search Meanwhile JNU counsel Monika Arora told the court that “since day one the university has been in regular contact with Delhi Police in obtaining updates and providing relevant information regarding the incident” “The university has carried out its own search operation in the hostel and campus… Security guards along with police teams have been looking for Ahmad in the adjacent forest areas of the JNU campus” said Arora “All persons involved in the altercation including Ahmad were called by the warden and some disciplinary measures were taken after Najeeb admitted his mistake for initiating the brawl/altercation with his fellow students The said issue was resolved in the presence of the JNUSU President and other college staff and students” said the administration It also told the bench that the students involved in the scuffle have been identified and their immediate transfer from the hostel was recommended The counsel said the office of the chief proctor has acknowledged that there was a scuffle and submitted the proctorial board report on the incident “After Ahmad is found the disciplinary action awarded to these persons will be again looked into” said the court Advocate Rahul Mehra appearing for the Crime Branch told the court that a scuffle took place on October 15 between Ahmad Vikrant Kumar and other students These students had come to Ahmad’s room to campaign for the election of the mess secretary Ahmad allegedly slapped Vikrant and was beaten up he said Mehra told the court that Ahmad went to Safdarjung Hospital along with his roommate Quasim From the statements recorded by witnesses and others he did not suffer any injuries nor did he complain of any discomfort Police also told the court that after reaching the hospital Ahmad refused treatment and did not want to return to campus The matter will next be heard on December 14 ABVP rejects punishment The ABVP JNU unit termed the decision taken by the university to punish four of its activists for their “scuffle” with Ahmad a “Tughlaqi farman” and said they would not accept the decision In a memorandum submitted to the V-C President of ABVP JNU unit Lalit Pandey said “… If the administration insists on the implementation of the punishment to innocent students then our organisation will be forced to begin a largescale movement (sic)” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News elegant veranda overlooks the ocean at Hilton Head Island,s withdrawal from the general elections, For all the latest Mumbai News, much less how such knowledge would reveal any information about the tool’s application,” lawyers for the news organizations wrote in the filing to the US District Court in Washington. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: ENS Economic Bureau | 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Aneri Vajani and Jennifer Winget faced fire: The popular show on Sony Entertainment Television was to go off air last month.they have refused, a senior government official said Neither the MCD nor the Commonwealth organising committee has arrived at any estimate of the amount of garbage that would be produced in that fortnight Dikshit has now told Delhi Health Minister Kiran Walia to monitor the situation The CM also gave instructions for strict implementation of the defacement of Property Actwhich is enforceable by the local bodies The local bodies were told in clear terms to deploy their staff effectively to control defacement Dikshit also directed the MCD and the Public Works Department to have better coordination for re-carpeting and maintenance of city roads All major roads leading to the Commonwealth venues and training sites have to be re-carpeted For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Parmita Uniyal | New Delhi | Published: March 13 2015 12:36 pm A still from the video (Source: Enna Da Rascalas/YouTube) Related News We ban what we can’t digest We ban what we want to sweep under the carpet And we also ban things that are of little importance For example we ban beef but we do nothing about the stray cows being a traffic hazard Instead of changing our mindsets we choose to ban Nirbhaya documentary So much for reputation nothing for conscience Culture Machine – a digital video entertainment company in collaboration with Stray Factory has come up with a new video called ‘Beep It Ban It’ The video released on Enna da Rascalas channel has been directed and sung by Step Step Mani Watch this video to see where we are heading to as a nation: For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | Updated: February 21 2017 3:23 pm JioMoney users will soon be able to request and pay for Uber rides from within the JioMoney app Related News Reliance Jio has inked a strategic partnership with Uber for the rollout of JioMoney the PPI wallet as one of the preferred payment solutions for its users JioMoney users will soon be able to request and pay for Uber rides from within the JioMoney app the telecom service provider said The partnership will give a major boost to cash-free payments in India and provide mobility options to millions of Jio users Starting today Uber will gradually roll out the JioMoney payment option for its users across the country WATCH VIDEO |Mukesh Ambani Announces Reliance Jio Prime Membership: All You Need To Know Speaking on the launch Anirban S Mukherjee Business Head JioMoney said that“Jio aims to bring the benefits of evolving digital technologies to every Indian through an entire ecosystem that will allow Indians to live Digital Life to the fullest JioMoney is an integral part of the Jio ecosystem and is fast emerging as a preferred option for digital transactions due to its ease of use intuitive interface and growing acceptability JioMoney’s 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Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsThe deck may be stacked against his panel in terms of its narrow focus and limited resources available But Clyde Yancy thinks he still has a few cards to play in tackling the politically sensitive question of whether the National Institutes of Health (NIH) should wade into the swirling waters of precollege science education Yancy chief of cardiology at Northwestern University’s medical school and a former president of the American Heart Association is leading a new NIH-sponsored study into how the agency might improve the pool of talent going into biomedical research The panel’s relatively fuzzy charge from NIH Director Francis Collins is to “optimize NIH’s precollege programs” so that they “both align with the NIH mission and ensure a continued pipeline of biomedical science students and professionals” So the first job of the panel a working group of a permanent advisory body made up of NIH institute directors and prominent outsiders will be to identify the connection between precollege activities and strengthening the pipeline and then define NIH’s role in both spheres The panel’s work marks something of a departure for NIH For decades the agency has argued that its primary mission is to fund research that will enhance the nation’s health and it has focused its education and training efforts at the graduate and undergraduate level The daunting challenge of improving a K-12 educational system that fails to deliver basic scientific literacy to millions of students and lags behind much of the industrial world has typically fallen to other US science agencies which have much smaller annual budgets than the $30 billion NIH receives Last year NIH even eliminated its tiny Office of Science Education and it took an act of Congress to preserve the Science Education Partnership Awards (SEPA) NIH’s sole program aimed at precollege students (SEPA will spend about $18 million in 2014) Meeting Tuesday at NIH for the first time the new panel’s members heard presentations from outside organizations working to improve precollege science education across the nation In response they debated whether the panel should look into some likely causes from inadequate teacher preparation and scant in-school training to a subpar curriculum and flabby standards In brief opening comments Collins warned them away from going in that direction “We do not have a congressional mandate to do general science communications” he told the panel Principal Deputy NIH Director Lawrence Tabak made an even more pointed plea “It’s important to make the whole world scientifically literate” he told them “It feels good and it’s the right thing to do But that’s not your charge We can’t boil the ocean” At the same time Collins told the panel that his concerns about the quality of the workforce are rooted in the fact that “we are missing out … on attracting the best minds” into the scientific enterprise That problem arises he believes because “way too much science is taught in a dull way” and fails to hold the attention of students in secondary school when they are beginning to think about possible careers Members of the panel officially called the working group on Pre-College Engagement in Biomedical Science also weighed how much emphasis to place on the need to diversify the scientific workforce to sustain US global leadership in science While Collins told the panel that he’s worried about attracting enough smart students into science because “we have a mandate to ensure a strong pipeline” the charge doesn’t specifically discuss ways to attract minorities and women into the field One NIH institute director and panel member said the need to focus on diversity was clear to him “There is no compelling evidence that we don’t have enough people who want to go into biomedical research” asserted Alan Guttmacher head of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development “I also don’t think that the quality of the pipeline is a problem It’s really a question of who these people are and how do we use the K-12 lever to do something to diversify the biomedical workforce” After the meeting Tabak said that the omission of diversity was not meant to play down its importance “We haven’t explicitly mentioned underrepresented minorities in the charge but the data are unambiguous” Tabak told ScienceInsider “There are true gaps in the educational opportunities afforded to them And if you make the pipeline more diverse you’re going to strengthen it” Yancy the panel’s chair thinks the two issues are distinct but related “Diversity is not central to our study but it’s a necessary component for our deliberations” he told ScienceInsider after the meeting “I think the real driver for our initiative is the realization that the most talented US students are inclined to waive careers in traditional science and math and that we need to do better to attract our most talented K-12 students to consider careers in STEM fields” In his talk Collins also added a third constraint to the panel’s activities: NIH hasn’t set aside any new money for any initiative the panel might recommend NIH officials are hoping that SEPA will become the vehicle for NIH’s precollege activities Right now the primary goal of its 67 projects as the program’s website explains is to “improve student understanding of the health sciences in K-12 education and increase the public’s understanding of science” Yancy says he is impressed with some of the data presented by SEPA’s Tony Beck on projects that have helped grease the path into science and engineering for students He would like the panel to look at the feasibility of scaling up those projects with an eye toward building up the workforce And while Yancy thinks that cost “is an important filter that should be introduced on day one” he says it should not limit the panel’s thinking “I agree that $18 million a year is pretty sparse” he says about SEPA’s current budget “But as a clinician if there are randomized data that would allow us to go from a pilot study to a phase 3 clinical trial and if the results are good then we would have to come back to Francis Collins and say ‘This needs to be exported to other communities and ramped up’ Now there will be an additional cost but that cost will generate the outcome you are looking for … But we may also discover that it won’t cost any more money” The panel is expected to produce its report by the end of the year And Collins acknowledged the problems they will face when he reminded them that he counts on the advisory board “to tackle challenging topics without easy answers”Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: May 11 2010 12:31 am Related News Rottendecayed and waste fruits were destroyed by a special team headed by Civil Surgeon Dr Narinder Chaudhary in Ambala city on Monday Todays action was taken under the orders from the district administration under Epidemic Disease Act1897to check the spread of jaundice and cholera in the city The squad also destroyed rotten and stale fruits from the leading Reliance Fresh Store in Premnagar Road The team found a large quantity of rotten papaya and other fruits being sold at the counter Cut fruits kept in the open were destroyed in several markets and vendors were warned The squad sequested sugarcane kept in the open for crushing to prepare juice The team comprised Civil SurgeonDistrict Health Inspector Rishi RajTehsildar Vinod Sharma and officials from municipal corporation with police squads For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe MCD officials said they would be hiring private contractors, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Tech Desk | Published: March 18, and creating a specific connection because it is going to get submerged in a cacophony of similar messages.Kaushic added,Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: February 20 2017 12:17 pm Cohesity is targeting the “secondary” part of the storage industry that takes care of data that needs to be available for projects that might include analytics .

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