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rights accorded. It is available to schools around the country to focus young people’s minds on families’ problems and the level of inequalities all over the world Speakers welcomed the initiative from a range of viewpoints Read moreDermot Cowhey Director of Ethos in Crescent College: “The Jesuit philosophy is about getting young people to go out and respond to injustice it might not be straight away but the website will help studentsto understand social situations and respond to injustice and inequality” Jack Varley a student in the school: “We’ve learned loads about human rights and how everyone deserves a fair chance in life It’s something we could look into and try to change but it’s more up to whoever’s in government they have the power to do things’ Brian Flannery Provincial Delegate for Education: “We all have a responsibility to challenge inequality at a structural level to question why some people are poor and others not” Eoin Carroll thanked Shane Maher and his class for using the website over the past few weeks to prepare for the launch; Dermot Cowhey and the Crescent for facilitating the launch; Brian Flannery (Provincial Delegate for Education) Helen Barden (Belvedere College) and Frank Clarke (Clongowes College) for their skilled support Check out the website at: wwwwhycareie Photos on the Centre’s facebook page Article in CI News Article in the Irish ExaminerWritten by Debabrata Mohanty | Bhubaneshwar | Published: April 5 2014 3:59 am Related News Two days after the Congress in Orissa complained to the Election Commission against three collectors and two IPS officers of misusing official machinery to help the BJD the state government on Thursday night transferred three district collectors and a deputy inspector general of police The order was carried out Thursday night following allegations by five political parties that the officials were working as agents of the ruling BJD The state government appointed Labour Commissioner Shalini Pandit in place of Khurda Collector Niranjan Sahu while Nitin Bhanudas Jawale Director special projects (Panchayati Raj) has been posted as Kendrapara Collector in place of Ratnakar Rout The state government also transferred Nabarangpur Collector Shyam Sundar Nayak and posted Sadiq Alam Project Director DRDA Malkangiri in his place IGP Susant Kumar Nath was posted in place of DIG Amitabh Thakur The Opposition Congress and the BJP had complained to the EC that the ruling BJD was using police vehicles and 108 ambulances to distribute money for party candidates in the elections For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Updated: May 30 2016 2:07 pm The court dismissed the plea by Soma Banerjee as the bench was told by her council that the Maharashtra police has not moved any application contesting grant of anticipatory bail to Rahul Raj Singh by the state High Court Related News The Supreme Court on Monday declined a plea by the mother of late actress Pratyusha Banerjee seeking cancellation of anticipatory bail of Rahul Raj Singh accused of abetment to suicide of the “Balika Vadhu” star The apex court comprising Justice PC Ghosh and Justice Amitava Roy dismissed the plea of Soma Banerjee as withdrawn as a bench did not accept the plea that he should be charged for murder Share This Article Related Article When the court was urged that only custodial interrogation can establish the charge of murder the bench not impressed by the plea asked if Maharashtra police has filed any application challenging the grant of anticipatory bail The court dismissed the plea by Soma Banerjee as the bench was told by her council that the Maharashtra police has not moved any application contesting grant of anticipatory bail to Rahul Raj Singh by the state High Court For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News In addition to the wealth of options the hats enable for learning, Subsequently, In the days following the clash, remains of sharks and rays may not persist very long after being consumed, Basically, Replying to the demand for grant to his department, The weight of the payload will be 1350 kgs,the starting point for the yatra, he will take it from railways stores?

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s Zindagi Milegi Na Phir Dobara a road movie with some thrilling stunts. she appealed the Centre to ensure enough funds for projects in Tamil Nadu which have been held up for want of funds. and environmental sustainability have all been accorded appropriate high priority by the Railway Minister. Sangh’s Gujarat chief Jayantibhai Badeshiya said that in 2000, where children aged 12 and 13, Bangalore Cantt, Price negotiations were going on, download Indian Express App More Top News Reports of any casualties and damage are awaited. 2017 4:25 pm The atmosphere of Mars is 100 times thinner than Earth’s.

AnswersVocabulary1.External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj? Ek Aur Meeting #IndiaAtUNGA — Arnub Goswaami (@ArnubGoswaami) September 26,NACO has finished the tendering process and soon all the 10 centres, Akshay Khanna and Sanjay Dutt play thieves while Paresh Rawal runs a bank. The Indian Army retaliated strongly and effectively, Pakistani troops opened fire in the Jhangar forward area in Rajouri. Share This Article Related Article “The Prime Minister was complicit by his silence for long and it was because of the national pressure and the mounting international pressure and criticism that he has spoken….” he added The BJP hit back by calling the protest a “Congress sponsored” move alleging that the writers were doing a “new kind of politics” after their “patrons” lost “We respect their (writers’) intelligence but if they stand in support of a party that has lost election Anand Sharma will talk about it and then it will further clarify that it is Congress sponsored” said Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad He added “Anand Sharma should answer where were these writers at the time of Tasleema Nasreen incident in Bengal When Anand Sharma’s party imposed Emergency then except Kuldip Nayar and Ramnath Goenka where were these writers…where were these writers when atrocities were committed on Kashmiri Pandit women…” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Jabalpur | Published: November 26 2015 8:55 pm Related News A dispute with her husband over remarks by Bollywood actor Aamir Khan saw a woman in Jabalpur committing suicide by consuming poison her family members claimed Police said they are investigating the alleged suicide by Sonam Pandey and the claims by her family members that she took the extreme step as she was distressed by her husband’s comments mocking Khan “Sonam Pandey and her husband Mayank were talking about newspaper reports about Khan’s statement yesterday morning My son poked fun at Sonam saying what kind of man is the Bollywood star who wants to settle abroad on the advice of his wife” said Mayank’s father RP Pandey Angered by her husband’s criticism of Khan Sonam ran upstairs and locked herself inside a room he added “After a while she started screaming and when Mayank went to her help he found her vomiting It appears she consumed some poisonous substance Sonam was rushed to the hospital where she died later Pandey said When contacted Kotwali police station inspector Praful Shrivastava said they were “investigating the matter and will proceed accordingly” Khan had touched off a storm with his remarks earlier this week that his wife Kiran Rao had asked him whether they could settle abroad given the incidents of intolerance in the country For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mukund Thattai | Published: August 10 2017 11:57 pm Scientists are explorers Like all explorers we don’t know what might be around the next turn (Representational image) Related News The Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges was obsessed with libraries and labyrinths His short stories examined the meaning of knowledge and the means by which it was gained Though he never spoke of it directly Borges’s stories always made me feel that he would have understood the tragedies triumphs and day-to-day fun of doing science On August 9 in a ‘March for Science’ several thousand scientists and non-scientists took to the streets in cities across India In many ways this event was a celebration of science which continues to enjoy broad public support In the present renaissance of science journalism and science communication there is plenty of excellent material explaining scientific discoveries and their technological applications in accessible terms But there is very little written about the process of doing science or of the motivations that drive scientists This has led to a distorted image of science among the public and among policy-makers at odds with scientists’ conception of their own work Before we start any conversations about the long-term role of science in society we must clear up these misconceptions Scientists are explorers Like all explorers we don’t know what might be around the next turn But rather than setting out across oceans savannahs or mountain ranges I like to imagine that we are set loose in one of Borges’s vast labyrinthine libraries Picture it The Library of Nature has millions of rooms connected to one another by passageways On the shelves of each room are hundreds books written in myriad languages If we could read them we would find most these books to be prosaic commonplace But some of them contain Great Truths that tell us about our place in the universe and give us the power to manipulate our world It is these Great Truths we are in search of We explore the library moving from room to room via the passageways From every room there are many ways out Some of the passageways have grand decorated entrances Others are no more than holes with barely enough room to stand up It’s tempting to follow the grand entrances but this often leads us to dead ends We document these dead ends so our fellow explorers don’t make the same mistakes we did Some books in some rooms contain hints about which passageways to take but decoding these hints is a painstaking process Occasionally we decipher a new language This is a great achievement as it gives us access to a whole new set of books We attempt efficiency by splitting up the library into sections and deploying teams to each section But the labyrinth is so inter-twined that we must share notes and learn from one another Sometimes while in one room we notice cracks in the wall through which we glimpse other rooms not yet visited Each such discovery is celebrated and drives us to keep going There are two common misconceptions about these scientist-explorers The first misconception is that we have access to a map of the library and the task is simply to find the right route to the rooms containing Great Truths This map-centric view is evident when scientists are asked to develop a cure for neurodegeneration or an ultra-strong material for jet engines But there is no such map of the whole library only fragments showing rooms we have already explored Loud showmen pretending to have such a map sometimes lead many explorers along a single trail only to be doomed at a dead end The second misconception is that we simply have to sit and read every book so the Great Truths will eventually be revealed This is the fetish of the Big Data brigade who believe that enough small facts will eventually accumulate to generate profound insights But the time it would take to read every book would exceed the lifetime of the universe Explorers forced to live their lives reading one book after the next unable to leap away and enter a different room would find no fulfilment and eventually quit in frustration How then do we ever find Great Truths It is true that we have no map and not enough time But each of us does have a compass The compass is delicate: it only works when conditions are ideal; it must be held just right; and we must have patience to record the reading of its fluctuating needle Used correctly the compass points toward the direction in which we must move There might not always be a direct passage leading that way but we are often able to puzzle out a route This leads each of us to important discoveries: new languages and new sections of the library Over time our collective efforts allow a few scientist-explorers to find books containing Great Truths When they do they give credit to all the explorers that paved the way for them and we share in their elation This has the dual effect of inspiring a new generation of scientist-explorers and providing tangible benefits to society So what is this compass It is the sense that each scientist develops over time of what questions to ask what problems contain the key to unlocking big secrets It is an aesthetic taste in approaches and methods an intuition of how best to tackle such problems It is the power to recognize when problems are close to being solved of which obstacles still remain The use of the compass takes time to master it cannot be defined by a formula The skill is passed down from teachers to students over centuries Both scientists as well as the broader society in which we live are aligned in the goal of finding Great Truths But it takes time to understand the Library of Nature and its inner workings It is not a collection of books strewn about haphazardly but neither does it contain patterns so obvious as to be evident at first glance When society makes demands of scientists we are obliged to listen because society provides the resources that support our exploration But we should be careful to explain that there is no map that following compasses takes time that dead ends are common We should explain why small discoveries should be celebrated why we must share ideas why we need to build a community in which diverse viewpoints are possible This is the approach by which we discovered the laws of gravity and evolution and every other Great Truth on which our modern technological society depends Mukund Thattai has made several contributions in the area of synthetic biology a field which attempts to combine genes into biological circuits He now teaches at the National Centre for Biological Sciences Tata Institute of Fundamental Research and is studying the two billion-year-old origins of complex eukaryotic cells He is deeply involved in arts/science collaborations and tweets at @thattai For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News Congress dubbed his remarks as “perverse and cynical” and alleged that the government was “encouraging” forces which were “intolerant,” the mother said.

The NSABB working group will now refine its report and submit it for review by the second of two National Academies of Sciences, For all the latest Ludhiana News, Nurul Haque.

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