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There is a separate building where Ashutosh Maharaj used to live. “We must seek the help and cooperation from all concerned to ensure completion of the NRC updation exercise smoothly without any hiccups,If the violence was pre-planned, 2009 11:06 pm Related News Already smarting under its reverses at the national level,cadaver donations are still rare at the PGI. The remaining transplants involve related donors only. For all the latest India News.
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The Maharashtra government has given a flat to all child artists of Slumdog Millionaire, he said Pinkia resident of Rampur Dabahian obscure village in Naxal-hit Mirzapur districtis the main charater in a documentary on the life of children born with cleft lips and palate and an international campaign to repair the deformity She was born with cleft lipsunderwent corrective surgery and is now living a normal life The film made by Megan Mylan won an Oscar and Pinkialong with her father and the surgeon who carried out the surgery on herwere special guests at the Oscar ceremony in Los Angeles For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsCan’t remember every viral infection you’ve ever had Don’t worry your blood can A new test surveys the antibodies present in a person’s bloodstream to reveal a history of the viruses they’ve been infected with throughout their life The method could be useful not only for diagnosing current and past illnesses but for developing vaccines and studying links between viruses and chronic disease “This is really a technical tour de force” says immunologist Hidde Ploegh of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge who was not involved in the new work But others point out that it’s unclear how many past infections the new technology misses Now researchers wondering whether a patient has a particular viral infection—from herpes and flu to the AIDS virus—test blood samples for one pathogen at a time Many tests look for antibodies proteins the immune system produces to recognize invaders while others hunt for the virus’s own genetic material Some assays can measure the presence or absence of longer-lasting antibodies that can linger for decades after an infection Researchers led by biologist Stephen Elledge of Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston and Harvard Medical School wanted to develop a test that could look at every current or past infection in one fell swoop They first assembled a library of almost a hundred thousand synthetic protein fragments each of them representing a section of a virus that an antibody might recognize When the proteins are added to a drop of blood antibodies attach to matching fragments; researchers can isolate the antibodies and from the fragments they paired up with determine which viruses someone has been infected with and what antibodies their body generated in response The new test dubbed VirScan “allows scientists to ask questions that just couldn’t be asked before” Elledge says “You can compare groups of people—young and old or those with a disease and those without—and see whether there’s a difference in their viral histories” For instance VirScan could help determine whether viral infections can trigger diabetes or chronic fatigue syndrome Elledge and colleagues used VirScan on more than 500 people from the United States Thailand South Africa and Peru some of them infected with HIV On average they report online today in Science most people had antibodies for about 10 previous viral infections although those with HIV and who lived outside the United States averaged more Throughout all populations common viruses including the herpes virus and rhinoviruses (which cause the common cold) topped the list Surprisingly many people had generated the exact same antibodies to infections; researchers believed people’s immune responses to be more diverse Elledge says That observation could inform future vaccine development he says Whether the test really catches everything is up for debate however says microbiologist Vincent Racaniello of Columbia University “Before we view this as a definitive definition of what people have been infected with we need to be sure it’s a comprehensive picture” he says “Right now I don’t think it is” Racaniello points out that VirScan didn’t identify as many people as he would expect with antibodies for noroviruses and rotaviruses which cause large numbers of intestinal infections This could be because antibodies for these viruses don’t stick around for as long as others—although researchers have shown that in general most antibodies last a lifetime—or because of technical caveats of the test Elledge admits that for now VirScan might miss some viruses because they’re too small or contain certain modifications that the fragment library can’t include “We know that we’re probably missing a little bit” he says “But we’re still detecting a lot” “The work stands out by its breadth and technological innovation” Ploegh says “But if you ask an immunologist how many viruses or pathogens you’ve fought in your lifetime and what signatures of those infections remain the results of this paper wouldn’t be a surprise" The technology’s real value lies in the new questions scientists can answer he says "For sketching the natural history of the human species interacting with viruses I think this is a very important tool” VirScan has yet to be scaled up for commercial use but Elledge hopes it won’t cost much more than existing tests that only look at one pathogen at a time If so it could even be used for routine screening at annual physicals he says “You could give a drop of blood every few years and they can run it to see if you have any new infections” he says This could help diagnose viruses like hepatitis C which people often don’t know they have It has an integrated metal kickstand at the back So what’s not so good You may be about to find out Then those decisions would have consequences and those consequences would have consequencesbut film’s director Ajay Kanchan says he will not compromise with the soul of the movieis missing’ sometime in our lives ‘Who 2013 6:21 pm Related News Scientists have found that a particular gene in the brain’s reward system is linked to childhood obesity and tasty food choices Ananya says one of the toughest parts of her directorial debut was to find an actor who could do justice to the role of Hari “The popularity of gingerbread during the holidays 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‘Mandalay’ was set in the eponymous former Burmese capital I really don’t know what would have happened if he would have said no Her sketches and my photographs lie next to each other like miniaturesWritten by C Raja Mohan | Updated: March 26 2016 1:09 am Long before “connectivity” became a buzzword in India’s foreign policy Verghese had a clear sense of the damage done by the economic vivisection of the subcontinent Related News Book: State of Denial: Pakistan’s Misguided and Dangerous Crusade Author: BG Verghese Publisher: Rupa Pages: 230 Price: Rs 500 Few in our time have thought as clearly on Pakistan as George Verghese a former editor of this newspaper and many others If his reputation as an editor and commentator was formidable less well known was his passion for finding ways to overcome the post-Partition challenges of the subcontinent After he stepped down as an active newspaper editor Verghese spent much time at Delhi’s Centre for Policy Research delving into issues that arose out of Partition — the question of sharing the waters of the Indus the Ganges and the Brahmaputra the problem of Kashmir and the unending conflict with Pakistan Long before “connectivity” became a buzzword in India’s foreign policy Verghese had a clear sense of the damage done by the economic vivisection of the subcontinent For someone who grew up in undivided India Verghese understood that the political partition of the subcontinent need not have been followed by an economic one He refused to accept that the self-imposed restrictions on commercial and people-to-people contact between India Pakistan and Bangladesh are either sensible or permanent Verghese advocated the restoration of the historic connections with Xinjiang Tibet and Yunnan that were ruptured by the unresolved boundary dispute with China PM Narendra Modi and Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif at the swearing-in ceremony of the BJP governmentin May 2014 Neeraj Priyadarshi Reconnecting with Myanmar was also a major preoccupation for him This volume by Verghese who passed away in December 2014 is focused on Pakistan As the title of the book suggests Verghese had very strong views on Pakistan I had the opportunity to interact with him closely at the Neemrana Track Two engagement with Pakistan at the turn of the 1990s when tensions were running high over Kashmir At the first meeting of the Neemrana Dialogue in 1991 Verghese’s peroration on Kashmir sharply raised the tension in the room as he demolished Pakistan’s case with a calm but devastating intellectual precision Unlike some of his peers in the peace movement Verghese did not believe in “making nice” at these interactions Recognising and remembering the truth about Pakistan its creation and evolution were absolutely critical for Verghese He combined a very critical evaluation of Pakistan with a clear sense of India’s imperatives for reconciliation and an enduring optimism about finding creative solutions The first part of the book is devoted to understanding the history of the Partition and its consequences for India-Pakistan relations It races through the division the controversies over Kalat Bahawalpur Junagadh Hyderabad the crisis over Kashmir and the 1965 and 1971 wars The second part of the book deals with some of the outstanding issues — Siachen the nuclear rivalry and the intensifying disputes over the Indus waters The third part of the book is a deconstruction of Pakistan and its ideology and conduct over the last seven decades The book concludes with a discussion of the pathways to peace with Pakistan For Verghese the problems of Kashmir the Indus waters and nuclear weapons are consequences of an “endless stalemate” with Pakistan The “real core issue” according to him is “Pakistan’s lack of identity or anchorage” Verghese insists that Pakistan is an ideological state that “continues to be chained to an ideology that is confused illiberal and ill-suited to a modern state” But unlike the uber-hawks who dominate India’s current public discourse on Pakistan Verghese has no room for cynicism in his understanding of the western neighbour India’s challenge Verghese asserts is to assist in the positive transformation of Pakistan “Even incremental success could be transformative If right efforts are made the issues of Kashmir and waters could be resolved” The Indus which Verghese terms as the “waters of unity” could be turned from a source of confrontation into a domain of genuine cooperation through the integrated development of its basin from the Karakorams to the Arabian Sea Unlike those in Delhi that see the China-Pakistan economic corridor as a threat Verghese wants to open up Kashmir’s disputed frontiers to enable road and rail connectivity between the two neighbours On the Kashmir question Verghese cites the possibilities for a political resolution opened by the back-channel negotiations between Gen Pervez Musharraf and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh during 2005-07 In the end Verghese offers us a powerful reminder: “The fugitive hope surrounding Partition was that India and Pakistan would separate to come together in time as fraternal friends and partners in a larger South Asian Union That time has come Kashmir is not the ‘core problem’ It can be shared This will not undo Pakistan Reconciliation could make it whole” That India has the responsibility and power to overcome the tragedy of Partition is the central message from Verghese’s final volume In these times of frenzied anger and hatred towards Pakistan Delhi’s political and policy establishments will do well to remember shall we say the “Verghese Proposition” on India’s historic burden and the opportunities at hand to restore the strategic unity of the subcontinent The writer is director Carnegie India and consulting editor on foreign affairs for The Indian Express For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express AppWritten by Agencies | London | Published: October 14 2010 9:49 am Related News After singing for Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s movie ‘RaOne’R&B superstar Akon has now come up with a new album inspired by his India experience After recording a Hindi song for the sci-fi filmthe ‘Lonely’ hitmaker says that his new album will have Indian influences “You start travellingyou start collaborating with different people and you start experiencing life bigger” said the Senegalese singer The singer says that his new album comprises of his established hip hop sound mixed with beats from various corners of the world “I am the kind of artist that creates my music on the basis of my experience I’m always in Europealways in Asiaalways in India and this is the kind of music that I’m exposed to” said the singer For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News a farmer living in a village near Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary was eaten by a tiger. 2015 1:33 pm On last Monday, The government has already suspended three inspectors and two sub-inspectors for their alleged negligence, “We 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