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The government records revealed that since 2005 till date, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Amitabh Sinha | Paris | Updated: December 14,written reply to a question by independent MLA Rohan Khaunte.“But the details could not be given in the interest ofthe nation” he said Goa Anti-Terrorism Squad and security agencies maintainvigil to identify security suspects or dangerous elements tothwart terror attacks or attempts to disturb the peace andtranquillity in the state Parsekar said The inputs received from the Centre are shared withSpecial Branch centres police stations coastal securitypolice stations and ATS with specific direction to keep asharp watch and collect intelligence in respect of all suspicious elements the Chief Minister added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Nagapattinam | Published: November 19 2016 4:16 pm The rings equipped with satellite transmitters help in tracking the movement of birds (Oinam Anand/Express archive) Top News The Point Calimere Wildlife Sanctuary at Kodiakarai in Nagapattinam district which used to attract several thousands of migratory birds every year is witnessing a sharp decline in their number this year according to a top ornithologist “In sharp contrast to previous years so far only very few species of migratory birds have arrived from faraway countries This might be due to extremely deficient rainfall during October and November this yearIf the monsoon rains pick up in the coming weeks the turn out could go up during December” Deputy Director of Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) S Balachandran said “A few thousands of flamingos shore birds particularly wader and seagulls–have arrived” said Balachandran who is camping at Kodiakarai He said the migratory birds started arriving at the sanctuary during the first half of October this year Last year Kodiakarai area received 656 mm rain in October and 660 mm in November This year the area has received only 145 mm during October and just 92 mm during the first half of November he pointed out During the same time last year nearly 15 lakh birds had arrived This year about 40000 birds alone have arrived he said However Balachandran said this year a good number of birds have arrived from other parts of India “Usually Point Calimere would receive birds from other countries This year Indian birds are seen in large numbers” He said BNHS was undertaking an extensive research on bird migration pattern at Kodiakarai and had taken up “ringing exercise” on birds The rings equipped with satellite transmitters help in tracking the movement of birds “The signals emitted through the satellite transmitters reveal information on the routes taken by them time taken for the journey and the changes in their body condition” he said and added that the exercise had already commenced this year Balachandran said certain species like the slender-billed gulls Ibis painted storks spoon-bills and pelicans which are considered rare worldwide might arrive during December as this sanctuary usually serves as a temporary halt location for them en route to other countries like Sri Lanka Meanwhile the wildlife department has tightened security measures to prevent poaching of birds For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News “The body of a youth was pulled out of a well in the village on Friday while his cousin’s body was found in a local field with her face charred. immediately after an obituary reference to former CPI-M member P R Rajan,but to no avail, said Enforcement Inspector K D Sharma Terming it as a minor issuea shopkeeper in Sector 19Dalipsaid This is our bread and butter It hardly makes a difference if we put a few goods or garments in the corridor? The medicos had agreed to call off the strike following the government? the crash in commodity prices globally is coinciding with decline in inflation in India and a cut in interest rates which may play an important role in improving the financial health of the players within power, playing in front of a sell-out crowd of over 60, A period of silence for the whole church.
and now on its 298th consecutive year in inner-city Dublin, 2016 11:13 am Former J&K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and BJP General Secretary Ram Madhav. 2016 7:35 pm Home Minister Rajnath Singh leaves from Parliament house during the monsoon session in New Delhi on Wednesday. In Tests, the company brought its leftover first-stage booster back to Cape Canaveral Air Force Station for a vertical touchdown _ only the second such land landing for an orbital mission and the ultimate in recycling.who lost around Rs 16 lakh. Five years later,1974, There is no substitute for having the experience of a loving God and recognising it as such.death of his father and subsequent job loss affected him mentally and he left home.
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The office of the Minister of State for Home Nitin Raut, The British reality TV star is now desperate to reunite with her husband so that they can be a family again while Andre is reportedly keen to end their three-year marriage through a quickie divorce,News of the World reported “If only I could turn back the clock I have made the biggest mistake of my life and it’s all my own fault If I would have known I was driving Pete away so badly I would have pulled myself back I don’t want a divorceI just want us back as a family again” Price said Just days earlier Price met divorce expert Fiona Shackleton to help protect her multi-million pound empire during the separation But the 31-year-old star has now changed her mind and is determined to save her estranged marriage “I’ll take Pete back tomorrow I’ll drop the divorce if he gives me another chance” the supermodel said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Updated: December 8 2017 8:21 pm The findings may help researchers around the world understand the causes of neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism intellectual disability and schizophrenia (File Photo) Related News Scientists including one of Indian origin have created an atlas of the developing human brain mapping gene expressions and networks that contribute to building the most complex of human organs The findings may help researchers around the world understand the causes of neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism intellectual disability and schizophrenia “It’s critically important to be able to look at questions of brain development in real human tissue when you’re trying to study human disease” said Arnold Kriegstein a professor at University of California San Francisco (UCSF) in the US “Many of the insights we’re able to gain with this data can’t be seen in the mouse” said Kriegstein “By analysing this dataset in new ways we were able to discover early molecular distinctions across areas and over time that begin to specify the astonishing diversity of neurons in the cerebral cortex” said Aparna Bhaduri a post-doctoral researcher at UCSF at the time of the study Researchers had previously developed techniques for analysing distinctive patterns of DNA activity in individual cells extracted from human brain tissue The approach enabled a wide range of studies of human brain development including implicating a new class of neural stem cell recently discovered by the lab in the evolutionary expansion of the human brain and identifying how the mosquito-borne Zika virus may contribute to microcephaly in infants infected in utero Researchers explored how specific classes of neurons and stem cells in the developing brain contribute to normal brain growth and neurodevelopmental disease They have begun to build a comprehensive open-source atlas of gene expression across the developing brain which they hope will serve as a resource for other scientists “This is an attempt to generate an unbiased view of what genes are expressed in every cell type in the developing human brain in order to highlight potential cellular vulnerabilities in patient-relevant mutations” said Tomasz Nowakowski an assistant professor at UCSF “Identifying gene variants that are general risk factors for neurological and psychiatric disease is important but understanding exactly which cell types in the developing brain are compromised and what the consequences are is still extremely challenging” said Alex Pollen an assistant professor at UCSF “A cell atlas could serve as a bridge to help us to do this with more confidence” Pollen said The study published in the journal Science analysed gene expression in single cells across key developmental time points and from different regions of the brain Bhaduri then used statistical algorithms to cluster different cells based on their patterns of gene expression This analysis allowed the team to trace the genetic signals driving brain development at a much finer level both regionally and over time than had previously been possible For example the researchers were able to identify previously unknown gene expression differences between the neural stem cells that give rise to the brain’s deep structures versus its neocortical surface and to show that molecular signatures of different neural cell types arise much earlier in brain development than previously realised Researchers said that the study is the first step in a larger effort to build a comprehensive atlas of genetically-defined cell types in the human brain For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: September 21 2009 12:12 am Related News In a major move that will immensely benefit entrepreneurs in PunjabPunjab Infotech in association with TiE Punjabwill organize Business Guidance and Mentoring camps at Ludhiana and Jalandhar on September 22 and 23respectively The camps will be inaugurated by Manoranjan KaliaIndustries and Commerce Minister According to RK VermaManaging DirectorPunjab Infotech? and transmission in hospitals is reduced by 75%. such as the virus’s incubation time, ? 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