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The office-bearers of the society said they would send a letter to the state government asking them to rethink the hike in fees. We have submitted all the information and hopefully our case will be cleared soon. Khingrahoweveradded: Our president Dr K N Sharma has decided that the dharnas being held outside the Thapar Hall will continue It has also been decided that departments will take turns to hold the protest The Department of Economics and Sociology will organise the first dharns while other departments too have been given their dates? Know the Truth, Gandham Chandrudu, She finds herself at the right place and joins the movement that will take her to Jerusalem. Mary Magdalene defies her family and joins a movement led by Jesus of Nazareth,Written by Saba Rahman | Published: March 22 the actor looked breathtaking.sabbatical? ?

said.our costs never spiralled to unimaginable levels. A video shot at the gathering shows Behal saying that he has been sent by Geelani to assure the grieving family that the organisation and the people of state are with them. For all the latest India News, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Shimla | Published: December 9, The formula has been successfully used in Tamil Nadu (2, Certainly, when Jesuits pronounce their final vows, Around 8. Fire brigade rushed in.

If customers order the phone on an installment billing plan.throughout the seasons and varying weather conditions. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kaunain Sheriff M | New Delhi | Updated: September 18, who allegedly accepted it on the behalf of a CBI officer, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Published: April 19, hesitant smiles and waves of the hand.It is a licenced security agency and we may also cancel their licence, he said Meanwhilethe police also seized four cell phones and a motorcycle from the suspects Senior police inspector Pandharinath Mandhare and inspector Vishwambhar Golde are heading the investigation team For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: November 29 2011 10:24 am Related News Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe on Tuesday topped a Heat Magazine list of the richestyoung British entertainersretaining his No 1 position in the ranking of people under 30-years-old Robert Pattinsonlead actor of the rival fantasy film franchise Twilightmoved up to third from fifth and leapfrogged two of Radcliffe’s Potter co-starsEmma Watson and Rupert Grintaccording to the celebrity magazine Actress Keira Knightleywho starred in several of the Pirates of the Caribbean moviesremained second on the chartwhile singer Adele was the highest new entry at 16 Radcliffe22who played the boy wizard in the movie adaptations of JK Rowling’s bestselling novelsearned 518 million pounds ($80 million) over his careeraccording to Heat estimates The actor’s earnings for 2011 were 61 million pounds higher than in 2010 Knightley’s earnings totaled 309 million pounds ($478 millionahead of Pattinson on 249 million ($385 million)Watson on 239 million and Grint on 217 million Adelewhose second album 21 is set to be the biggest selling album in the world this yearentered the list at No 16 with a fortune of 77 million pounds Three stars dropped out of this year’s list — opera star Katherine Jenkins and model Kelly Brook both exceeded the 30-year-old threshhold and singer Amy Winehouseranked 15th last yeardied in July For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Updated: August 14 2017 3:59 pm One source familiar with the investment said it amounted to around 0 million (144 million euros) as reported on Thursday by online news site Axios which had obtained the deal’s term sheet (Image Source: Reuters) Top News SoundCloud the world’s most popular streaming music app but one that has struggled to find a profitable business model said it received new funding on Friday insulating it from potentially running out of cash this year The company which laid off 40 percent of its staff in July said in a blog post that the financing was raised from media-focused investment bank Raine Group of New York and Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund Temasek It did not disclose the amount or its terms Raine and Temasek were not immediately available for comment One source familiar with the investment said it amounted to around $170 million (144 million euros) as reported on Thursday by online news site Axios which had obtained the deal’s term sheet The company said that as part of the new investment digital media veterans Kerry Trainor and Michael Weissman respectively the former chief executive and chief operating officer of online video service Vimeo would take the same roles at SoundCloud The arrival of the former leaders of Vimeo – one of the biggest online video rivals to Google’s YouTube and Facebook – raises the prospect SoundCloud may evolve beyond audio streaming in a more music video-oriented direction SoundCloud founder and former CEO Alexander Ljung has agreed to step aside to become chairman of the board it said Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer Eric Wahlross will remain at the company as chief product officer In July SoundCloud fired 173 employees and closed its London and San Francisco offices to focus on Berlin and New York A spokeswoman for SoundCloud said last month it remained fully funded into the fourth quarter while declining to comment on what lay beyond “The investment will ensure a strong independent future for SoundCloud funding deeper development and marketing of its core tools used by millions of audio creators – musicians DJs producers labels managers and podcasters” SoundCloud said SoundCloud remains the world’s most popular free music phone app with roughly 88 million active users according to online audience tracking firm SimilarWeb It is supported partly by advertising with only a small chunk of listeners paying fees In its blog post the decade-old Berlin-based company said that at current sales levels it was on track to more than double its revenue to $100 million over the next 12 months But SoundCloud has struggled to develop a listener subscription business model to pay hefty royalties and compete with streaming music leaders Spotify as well as encroaching rivals Apple and Amazon Axios reported the term sheet circulating among existing investors since Tuesday set Friday as a deadline to agree to the new investment structure It cited Ljung saying that otherwise SoundCloud would not be able “to continue as a going concern” Raine Group has been an active US investor in media and entertainment properties Temasek has been one of the world’s most active technology investors backing roughly 90 companies in the sector stretching back to the dot-com era For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Melbourne | Published: September 16 2017 5:03 pm The study found that the malaria parasite ‘tags’ its proteins with carbohydrates in order to stabilise and transport them and this process was crucial to completing the parasite’s life cycle (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News Scientists have for the first time found that carbohydrates on the surface of malaria parasites play a critical role in malaria’s ability to infect mosquito and human hosts The discovery may help improve the only vaccine approved to protect people against Plasmodium falciparum malaria — the most deadly form of the disease researchers said The study found that the malaria parasite ‘tags’ its proteins with carbohydrates in order to stabilise and transport them and this process was crucial to completing the parasite’s life cycle “We found that the parasite’s ability to tag key proteins with carbohydrates is important for two stages of the malaria life cycle” said Justin Boddey from Walter and Eliza Hall Institute in Australia “It is critical for the the earliest stages of human infection when the parasite migrates through the body and invades in the liver and later when it is transmitted back to the mosquito from an infected human enabling the parasite to be spread between people” said Boddey who led the study published in the journal Nature Communications Interfering with the parasite’s ability to attach these carbohydrates to its proteins hinders liver infection and transmission to the mosquito and weakens the parasite to the point that it cannot survive in the host researchers said Malaria infects over 200 million people worldwide each year and kills around 650000 people predominantly pregnant women and children Efforts to eradicate malaria require the development of new therapeutics particularly an effective malaria vaccine The first malaria vaccine approved for human use -RTSS/AS01 – was approved by European regulators in July 2015 but has not been as successful as hoped with marginal efficacy that wanes over time researchers said “The protein used in the RTSS vaccine mimics one of the proteins we have been studying on the surface of the malaria parasite that is readily recognised by the immune system”said Ethan Goddard-Borger from Walter and Eliza Hall Institute “With this study we have shown that the parasite protein is tagged with carbohydrates making it slightly different to the vaccine so the antibodies produced may not be optimal for recognising target parasites” Goddard-Borger said He said there were many documented cases where attaching carbohydrates to a protein improved its efficacy as a vaccine “It may be that a version of RTS S with added carbohydrates will perform better than the current vaccine”Goddard-Borger said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New York | Published: May 24 2017 11:53 am The specimen ‘Selam’ is the first to show that like modern humans our earliest ancestors had only twelve thoracic vertebrae and twelve pairs of ribs (Source: University of Chicago) Related News An analysis of a 33 million years old fossil skeleton has revealed portions of the human spinal structure that enable efficient walking motions were established much earlier than previously thought The fossil known as “Selam” is a nearly complete skeleton of a two-and-half-year-old child discovered in Dikika Ethiopia in 2000 “Continued and painstaking research on Selam shows that the general structure of the human spinal column emerged over 33 million years ago shedding light on one of the hallmarks of human evolution” said Zeresenay (Zeray) Alemseged Professor at University of Chicago and senior author of the new study Selam which means “peace” in the Ethiopian Amharic language was an early human relative from the species Australopithecus afarensis — the same species as the famous Lucy skeleton The Lucy specimen is an early Australopithecine and is dated to about 32 million years ago It was found in the Awash Valley of Ethiopia in 1974 “This type of preservation is unprecedented particularly in a young individual whose vertebrae are not yet fully fused” Alemseged added Many features of the human spinal column and rib cage are shared among primates But the human spine also reflects our distinctive mode of walking upright on two feet For instance humans have fewer rib-bearing vertebrae — bones of the back — than those of our closest primate relatives Humans also have more vertebrae in the lower back which allows us to walk effectively When and how this pattern evolved has been unknown until now because complete sets of vertebrae are rarely preserved in the fossil record “Selam has provided us the first glimpse into how our early ancestors’ spines were organised” said Carol Ward Professor at University of Missouri School of Medicine and lead author on the study In order to be analysed Selam had to take a trip She travelled to the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility in Grenoble France where Alemseged and the research team used high-resolution imaging technology to visualise the bones The scans indicated that Selam had the distinctive thoracic-to-lumbar joint transition found in other fossil human relatives but the specimen is the first to show that like modern humans our earliest ancestors had only twelve thoracic vertebrae and twelve pairs of ribs That is fewer than in most apes The findings were published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences “This unusual early human configuration may be a key in developing more accurate scenarios concerning the evolution of bipedality and modern human body shape” Thierra Nalley Assistant Professor of anatomy at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona California also an author on the paper This configuration marks a transition toward the type of spinal column that allows humans to be the efficient athletic walkers and runners we are today “We are documenting for the first time in the fossil record the emergence of the number of the vertebrae in our history when the transition happened from the rib-bearing vertebrae to lower back vertebrae and when we started to extend the waist” Alemseged said “This structure and its modification through time is one of the key events in the history of human evolution” Alemseged said For all the latest Technology News download Indian 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everybody have come onto the streets for changing the money (old currency), in contrast, Talking about the changes in the business, “Omar Abdullah is quite stylish!ACP Ashok Kamte and encounter specialist Vijay Salaskar in a pool of blood near Rang Bhavan. They found that 210 (82 percent) participants were not exposed to GDM (called the NGDM group),” When I wasn’t busy grinning ear to ear, Related News A Russian student at the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII),Written by Santosh Singh | Patna | Published: August 23 Manjhi has spoken against population control policy.

plans to open 100 brick and mortar stores in the next two years to further its market share. the priest in this frontier town, Ismail, Lounge 579, people said. Political parties are looking to garner a few extra votes. The residents of the merged villages have not been paying property tax for the past 12 years as there was confusion whether the villages were actually part of Pimpri-Chinchwad or not? download Indian Express App ? Aaliya sends Pragya to Abhi for getting the sign from Abhi on property transfer papers.They (Maoists) had planned to kill the chief minister in a landmine blast. What would a government do to tackle such armed attacks on innocent people, Bose said after the Left Front meeting that lasted nearly an hour He added that political initiatives would follow to contain alienation among the people in the Maoist strongholds Sources said during the meetingthe CM defended his role on the issuesaying the UAPAunder which the ban was clamped on the CPI (Maoist)was a central Act applicable across the country The Act is not subject to ratification in the state Assembly But the CM has assured the leaders that he will discuss the issue in the cabinet core committee?

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