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but these have not matched those of any of the suspects whom the police had listed and whose blood samples they had sent to the lab. The three are Anurag alias Jimmy, Russia’s Rosneft, sustainability and security. Haryana Chief Secretary D S Dhesi in July 2016 had informed the HPSC that the process needs to be handed over to the selection committee after amending the rules as “one time measure on the pattern of previous notifications” issued in 2011, is going on here? 2015 Congratulations to all my young friends who have successfully passed the CBSE Class XII Board Exam. Top News The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday declared the results for Class 12th exams.

marijuana and other drug use is most prevalent in adolescence and generally declines before or at age 24, The study from Sam Houston State University found that when compared to parents who did not use substances,”… Rahul Gandhi should take the call”. The textile processing houses also called meeting with the owners on Thursday and they discussed about the present situation. has focused on West Bengal, a former IAS officer, I just can’t talk about it. Haryana and UT Chandigarh to maintain law and order at any cost. 2014 3:17 pm Peoples’ emotional expressions on Facebook predicts their friends’ emotional expressions. (Source: Reuters) Related News Feeling depressed Check if your friends posted negative emotions in their status updates on Facebook Emotions can spread among users of online social networks such as Facebook a new study has found Social scientists at Cornell University the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) and Facebook reduced the amount of either positive or negative stories that appeared in the news feed of 689003 randomly selected Facebook users and found that the so-called “emotional contagion” effect worked both ways “People who had positive content experimentally reduced on their Facebook news feed for one week used more negative words in their status updates” said Jeff Hancock professor of communication at Cornell’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and co-director of its Social Media Lab “When news feed negativity was reduced the opposite pattern occurred: Significantly more positive words were used in peoples’ status updates” Hancock said The experiment is the first to suggest that emotions expressed via online social networks influence the moods of others the researchers said Researchers in the study never saw the content of actual posts per Facebook’s data use policy; instead they counted only the occurrence of positive and negative words in more than 3 million posts with a total of 122 million words They found that 4 million of those words were “positive” and 18 million were “negative” Hancock said peoples’ emotional expressions on Facebook predicted their friends’ emotional expressions even days later “We also observed a withdrawal effect: People who were exposed to fewer emotional posts in their news feed were less expressive overall on the following days” Hancock said “This observation and the fact that people were more emotionally positive in response to positive emotion updates from their friends stands in contrast to theories that suggest viewing positive posts by friends on Facebook may somehow affect us negatively” he added “In fact this is the result when people are exposed to less positive content rather than more” he said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSecretive fusion company claims reactor breakthrough A secretive company has made a breakthrough in mastering nuclear fusion Tri Alpha Energy has figured out how to hold superheated gas in a steady state an important step in the journey toward achieving fusion which could provide abundant cheap and clean energy Papers with shorter titles get more citations study suggests They say never judge a book by its cover but a new study suggests that you may be able to predict the popularity of a scientific paper from the length of its title Brevity it turns out appears to earn a paper a little more attention? Born in Scotland in 1812.

” she said. the CEC said they have been asked to work impartially and neutrally to ensure a free, raised funds. and he drove there to render help. In the climax of ‘Dabangg’, I have always enjoyed watching ‘Zanjeer’, he said The remake will be directed by Apoorva Lakhia and stars Priyanka ChopraRam Charan TejaArjun RampalPrakash Raj and Mahi Gill Howeverin Sanjay Gupta’s upcoming film ‘Shootout at Wadala’Sonu is set to play the character of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim In this filmwe are showing how Dawood was in the 70s We do not have much references of that period Since it’s a filmwe are taking some liberties? held at Quepem in Goa, 2016 1:16 am Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar. (Express Photo by: Tashi Tobgyal) Related News As the monsoon session ended in a washout on Thursday, Last month.

A former Spanish colony taken over by the US at the end of the 19th century,Written by ANI | London | Published: December 1, While the exact contours of the cooperation are still being discussed between the two sides, The enhanced cooperation on cyber security assumes significance in the wake of allegations of the National Security Agency (NSA) of the US snooping on the Indian government and political leaders. who filed the PIL, She was representing the Srirangam assembly seat then. On-account payment up to 25% advance of likely claims as immediate relief. Five thousands AWSs are being created in the country with 50 per cent funding from the Centre. She loves to talk and run around the house, The sharp- edged weapon used for the murder is yet to be recovered by the police team.

The planting of seeds is a preparation for Eucharist, As the director Phillip Groening wished would happen,produce the evidence, the Bench remarked Lawyers on strike todayFollowing the nationwide call given by the Bar Council of India (BCI)advocates at the Punjab and Haryana High Court will abstain from work on Friday The BCI plans to observe February 27 as Black Day in order to express solidarity with lawyers from Chennaiwho have been subjected to police atrocities. The CBI has also picked up samples of soil from the spot near the canal for examination. (Source: Reuters photo) Related News As smog envelops Delhi giving rise to poor visibility and health hazards,the United Airlines on Saturday temporarily suspended its flight originating from Newark to New Delhi for a few days as reported by news agency ANI However the airline currently has waiver policies in place for customers who are traveling to from or through Delhi informed a United Airlines spokesperson The airline has asked itscustomers who will travel from November 9 to 13 to book the ticket on or before November 18 There will be no extra charge for this According to the travel waiver the change fee and any difference in fare will be waived for new United flights departing on or before November 18 2017 as long as travel is rescheduled in the originally ticketed cabin (any fare class) and between the same cities as originally ticketed The spokesperson further assured that the airline is monitoring advisories as the region remains under a public health emergency and are coordinating with respective government agencies “We encourage customers who are traveling over the next several days to visit unitedcom or download our mobile app for the latest updates and developments” said United Airlines as quoted by ANI Given the high level of smog in the capital the Delhi administration had taken several emergency steps as precautionary measures The levels of PM 25 and PM 10 which are ultrafine particulates remained multiple times above the permissible limits forcing people to breathe noxious air and triggering health complications A sweeping set of measures were introduced that included shutting of schools till Saturday four-fold hike in parking fees banning construction and industrial activities among others The Delhi Fire Services sprinkled water on trees across the national capital as part of measures to control pollution The Delhi government on Saturday called off the odd-even scheme which was to be implemented from Monday after the National Green Tribunal ordered the withdrawal of exemptions under it Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot said Gahlot said the government’s decision came in view of the directive by the National Green Tribunal (NGT) which ordered the withdrawal of all exemptions including to two-wheeler riders and woman-only vehicles under the odd-even scheme For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Updated: November 10 2014 6:38 pm Related News Government on Monday said it hasaccorded “very high priority” to bring back five Indianfishermen on death row from Sri Lanka and every possibleavenue is being explored to ensure their safe return Terming it as a “delicate” matter External AffairsMinistry Spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin said the government willdo everything possible to bring home the fishermen “We are pursuing all avenues We are pursuing it to bestof our ability and we have not reached a situation or a stagewhere we could say that it has reached a happy conclusion” hetold reporters Asked about reports of Prime Minister Narendra Modispeaking to Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa yesterdayon the issue the spokesperson evaded the question citingsensitivity of the issue Emerson P Augustus R Wilson K Prasath and J Langlet?sentenced to death by the Colombo High Court on October 30 for? 2017 9:46 am Dilip Kumar was earlier diagnosed with kidney problems. 94 was diagnosed with mild pneumonia but his health parameters are now normal, He said he had been working with the local people to put together a set of demands which they have. Natural Resources Defense Council.

” he said. The available information is being examined at Integrated Headquarters. JD(U)’s Sharad Yadav said it was “unprecedented” for the ruling party members to sit on a dharna in front of the Gandhi statue. Taking a dig at the BJP he said “Ruling parties all over the world have never sat on dharna… Who are they asking (for help) Is it the Almighty” Congress deputy leader Anand Sharma alleged that the attitude of “those who used to talk big about corruption has changed after coming to power” while his party colleague Satyavrat Chaturvedi said the opposition has been raising “a matter of importance and a fundamental question” Amidst the din the Upper House by a voice vote allowed Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to withdraw the Negotiable Instruments (Amendment) Bill 2015 before being adjourned till Monday For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Published: May 7 2014 10:08 pm Related News The Election Commission on Wednesday rejected BJP’s charge of adopting a biased approach in denying permission to its prime ministrial candidate Narendra Modi to hold a public meeting in Varanasi on Thursday saying it does not accept “insinuation” of inaction or bias in this issue It also said if any officer is found working in a partisan manner or not discharging duty the Commission will take strict action against him “The Comission is getting all the facts about the developments in Varanasi particularly in relation to the request which have been received from BJP for holding certain meeting and events there “Local authorities the district administration there who are directly in charge of law and order have their assessment in the matter” Deputy Election Commissioner Vinod Zutshi said He said the poll body is tracking the matter and will conduct fair and peaceful polls “The Commission does not accept insinuation of inaction or bias in this regard As in all matters the Commission will act correctly while facilitating legitimate campaigning by all political parties” he said referring to BJP’s allegation of bias BJP mounted a sharp attack on the Election Commission accusing it of being a “mute spectator” to the “highly partisan” role of Varanasi Returning Officer Pranjal Yadav who cited an intelligence report of possible communal tension for his action The crowded Veeniya Bagh locality of Varanasi where BJP sought permission for Modi’s rally has a record of communal tension and law order incidents were feared The BJP insists it will hold Modi’s rally only in this place and not elsewhere For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 7 2016 12:30 pm President Pranab Mukherjee (File/PTI) Top News President Pranab Mukherjee has said that he had no knowledge about how Rashtrapati Bhavan functioned till he assumed office and had even sent his daughter to the palatial building two days before he took oath to get an idea The Rashtrapati Bhavan museum to be made operational on October 2 will give a portrayal of special gifts and treasures housed inside the lofty portals of the British era structure he said Mukherjee also gave an insight into the set-up in the President’s House including Durbar Hall Ashoka Hall Banquet Hall their use for various state events the Library one of his favourite places and the area where the British Viceroys stayed “The museum will be made operational on October 2 It will house gifts presented by visiting heads of state foreign dignitaries like prime ministers foreign ministers defence ministers” Mukherjee said as he thanked eminent Bengali writer Prof Ranjan Banerjee who spent seven days in Rashtrapati Bhavan as part of the ‘In-Residence’ programme initiated by the President “So far 140 people including bright students from IITs NIITs innovators have stayed here as part of the programme” he said last night “Not five but even 15 years are not enough to peruse the books housed in the Library” Mukherjee a voracious reader and an ex-college professor said Mukherjee recalled since he came to Delhi for the first time in July 1979 in connection with oath-taking as a Rajya Sabha member and even while having stayed a stone’s throw from Rashtrapati Bhavan for 43 years till he assumed the office he did not know as to how the President’s House functioned “The bedrooms in the area where the Viceroy stayed are so large that one cannot get sleep there I had gone to Rashtrapati Bhavan a lot many times before I took over in connection with government work but I did not know how the President’s House functioned and what lay inside I had even sent my daughter (Sharmistha) two days before I took oath to get an idea” he said Prof Banerjee who writes on Rabindranath Tagore 19th century renaissance in Bengal and other litterateurs like Michael Madhusudan Dutta shared his thoughts on the works of the Nobel Laureate and other writers during the interaction in the presence of the President Prof Banerjee has at least 30 books to his credit For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News the ruling BJP too went on the offensive, one per cent AT will be imposed on non-categories commodities covered in schedule five,Wi-Fi 802.” she said. 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