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s the Indian audience that? illness, Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh said: “According to NCRB (National Crime Records Bureau), while glorifying the group saying “Long live the legion”. 2013 9:47 pm Related News With another attempt by the Centre to build a consensus on creating the National Counter-Terrorism Centre getting stonewalled, Srikanth said: “I am just happy with the way I performed in the last couple of weeks. for a novel I wanted to write. The novel just didn’t come together so one day I gave Robin Bird an assignment to write about worms? and freedom to protest and freedom of speech are exemplified by what is going on. The other interesting subject is to think about the medium and longer term. ?

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So mass-based parties like us will have to reinvent ourselves for this challenge.” he said. but no single authority can be held responsible for it. download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Published: May 30, joined the BJP, assessment have been completed,demands have been placed on them In some cases recovery have been made “Additionally in about 77 of those cases criminal prosecution have already been finalisied The details of each one of them are with us” Jaitley said Referring to the SIT on black money Jaitley said it has been making monthly recommendations to the Supreme Court He added that the SIT has made a recommendation to the government with regard to tightening of our laws both with regard to generation of black money and keeping black money outside the counrty “Both these recommendations have come and in the budget this year I have already outlined some of the measures which we are taking in this regard” he said The government he said has proposed to introduce in this session of Parliament a separate law with regard to black money generation particularly with regard to monies being kept outside the country Jaitley said “Now there is a proposal to make certain deterrent punishment with regard to those people who are involved in that process” “The amount of penalties is intended to be increased and we will make keeping foreign assets without permission illegal as a predicate offence for the purpose of money laundering and those stiff measures that we have announced in the budget are based substantially on the recommendations of the SIT” he added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Amitabh Sinha | New Delhi | Published: August 31 2015 3:35 am Last year a total of 13 dengue cases and 109 malaria cases were reported in the city Related News Should an ongoing experiment in Jalna Maharashtra have the same success as it has achieved in Brazil India might be rid to an extent at least from disease-causing mosquito species And you will have mosquitoes themselves to thank — genetically-modified male mosquitoes that is A little-known private company Gangabishan Bhikulal Investment and Trading Ltd or GBIT is testing a British technology that is aimed at controlling populations of Aedes aegypti the mosquito species that is responsible for transmitting dengue chikungunya and yellow fever The technology using genetically engineered male Aedes aegypti was developed a few years ago by Professor Luke Alphey of the Department of Zoology at Oxford who started a commercial company Oxitec to market his creation Share This Article Related Article The technology involves the alteration of the genetic composition of male mosquitoes by introducing a strain called OX513A that renders them sterile When these male mosquitoes mate with female wild mosquitoes the gene is passed on to the offspring which do not survive beyond the larva stage The only way to keep them alive is by administering an antibiotic called tetracycline which however is not available in nature If these GM male mosquitoes are released in sufficient numbers the mosquito population in a given area can come down drastically within a very short time The average life span of the Aedes aegypti is only about 15 days The technology which has fetched several awards for Alphey in recent years has been successfully tested in Brazil and authorised for commercial use Several other countries including the United States and Panama too are carrying out testing GBIT founded by B R Barwale a Padma Bhushan awardee who also founded the better-known Maharashtra Hybrid Seeds Company Private Limted or Mahyco has entered into a partnership with Oxitec to use this RIDL (release of insects carrying a dominant lethal gene) technology GBIT procured some 10000-12000 GM mosquitoes from Oxitec for research in September 2011 The original set has reproduced several generations of mosquitoes since then in a controlled laboratory atmosphere thanks to tetracycline which ensured that offspring survived After carrying out several laboratory experiments and obtaining regulatory permissions from the government GBIT researchers are finally ready for controlled field trials A small number of GM mosquitoes will be released in enclosed spaces containing female wild mosquitoes “The crucial thing is the efficiency with which the GM males are able to mate In the open atmosphere they will have to compete with normal male mosquitoes to mate with females If there is a 50:50 chance of the females selecting the GM males then the experiment can be considered very successful and would mean that mosquito populations can be reduced fairly quickly” Dr S K Dasgupta lead scientist with GBIT said The ability of GM mosquitoes to mate is only one of the criteria on which the future of the technology depends GBIT scientists will have to demonstrate it is environmentally safe does not impact normal living of any other species and is not harmful for humans Only then can it go ahead with commercialisation The process is similar to that for any GM product such as agricultural crops GBIT has been asked by the government to run an awareness campaign in nearby human habitats about the experiment and address the concerns of residents The controlled mating exercise will have to be repeated over several months and over several generations of mosquitoes to enable GBIT researchers to draw statistically relevant conclusions The experiments can then be carried out in the open atmosphere “This technology is not only environment-friendly but is also effective in controlling the rising health menace caused by mosquitoes” Dasgupta said Dengue has killed almost 1000 people in India since 2009 Dasgupta said the technology is not aimed at eliminating all mosquitoes — which is theoretically possible through the use of this technology but involves larger ethical questions — but only at controlling the spread of disease “The purpose of this technology is to control dengue and chikungunya and is species-specific to Aedes aegypti It can be extended to other disease-bearing mosquitoes too But the basic purpose is to eliminate the species-specific disease-carrying mosquito population” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBangalaore | Published: March 13 2014 3:04 am Related News Two young journalists caught attempting to carry out a sting operation against a senior minister in the Karnataka government at the instance of the local head of the channel Mahendra Mishra were part of an elaborate pre-election strategy by the local edition of the TV9 channel to catch senior politicians in the act of receiving money for election purposes The minister concerned D K Shivakumar a politician whose entry into the state Congress cabinet was delayed for months on account of pending corruption cases against him claims he was aware in advance of the sting operation against him and played along before informing the Home minister and police authorities to lay a trap for the journalists The sting gone wrong has resulted in two new young journalists being imprisoned for the last couple of days while the channel head has himself gone underground A counter complaint has been filed against the supporters of the Energy minister D K Shivakumar by the channel for allegedly assaulting the two journalists — a 28-year-old woman and a 24-year-old man — after they were caught out by the minister and policemen in plainclothes while handing over cash of Rs 5 lakh disguised as a gift for the minister Cameras hidden in glasses worn by a 28-year-old woman journalist who is a newcomer according to TV9 insiders cameras tucked into coats worn by them and in the phones held by the journalists and the cash of Rs five lakh that was handed as a bribe have been seized by the police in the course of the filing of bribery cases under the Prevention of Corruption Act The plan behind the sting operation that had been in action for over 10 days was to send two well-attired journalists claiming to be representatives of a British energy company called EnergoPower that was looking to set up a 12 MW solar power generation facility in the state that was seeking clearance for the project from the energy minister According to a press statement issued by TV9 following the arrest of its journalists the sting operation was planned “after receiving several complaints from people and businessmen in general’’ According to TV9 the energy minister demanded a bribe but later after sensing the sting operation “denied having demanded any such bribe’’ “We have our own intelligence systems and we had information that this channel was planning a sting These two persons approached me wearing suits and said they had a solar energy project proposal to be cleared I told them nothing could be done at election time but they kept insisting and we decided to watch them We found out they were not who they claimed so I informed the home minister and the police and got a trap laid for them for the evening of March 10’’ Shivakumar said Shivakumar said the journalists following their arrest had stated that their channel was planning a series of stings on CM Siddaramaiah’s son PWD minister H C Mahadevappa urban development minister Vinay Sorakke irrigation minister M B Patil and information minister Roshan Baig A senior police official however claimed that he was not aware of such a statement TV9 countered the minister’s claims with a statement that said: “We at TV9/News9 had conducted a sting operation to expose corruption in Karnataka” “Even the SC has upheld the validity of Sting operations in a democracy as long as it is done in public interest’’ the statement said Shivakumar claimed the sting operation against him had been instigated by political rivals to weaken him ahead of the Lok Sabha polls A bail plea of the arrested journalists is scheduled for hearing Thursday The police are on the lookout for Mahendra Mishra Director of TV9 (Kannada) and News9 (English) for allegedly directing the journalists to offer a bribe to the minister The Press Club of Bangalore meanwhile strongly condemned the assault on the two journalists of TV9 by the supporters of the minister For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News” he said.” Fujita’s hopeful.by playing a four or 15 second snippet of each song in the music library one after the other until a favourite song is found, In a step closer to initiating his deportation.

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