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a study has found. The judge refused to buy the argument of the defense lawyers, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Navjeevan Gopal | Amritsar | Updated: April 16,the researchers found that multiple marital changes, Mohammad Ibrahim,the Centre-state ratio is 90 percent and 10 respectively but due to low wages fixed by the Centre for MNREGA workers, The report led to protests from the six states where the Western Ghats fall as they felt the recommendations would halt all projects. a lot more battle-weary and historically pessimistic. The middle class might force China to be more democratic But the American middle class is wearying of its democracy Mehta is president Centre for Policy Research Delhi and a contributing editor to The Indian Express For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Los Angeles | Published: June 4 2012 4:37 pm Related News “Twilight” stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart claimed the best kiss trophy at the MTV Movie Awards for fourth time in a row The real life couple was represented on stage by Stewart22alone as Pattinson was unable to attend the showreported Ace Showbiz “Rob’s not here guys I’m not sure what to do Huntsman Where’s my Huntsman’ Chris (Hemsworth) Charlize (Theron)will you help me out NoOK Taylor (Lautner)help an old friend It’s okI do pretty well by myself I think” Stewart joked while receiving the award Johnny Depp received the 2012 Generation Award from Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler “Steven just spit out one of my teeth This is an amazing honor It’s like the get out of the business award Based on the clips there is obviously something wrong with me And it’s an honor to be presented by these legends Stephen and Joe (Perry) and these up and coming legends The Black Keys” said Depp “The Hunger Games” duo Josh Hutcherson and Jennifer Lawrence grabbed the best male and female performance awards for the filmwhich also claimed its third Golden Popcorn statuettes by winning the best fight award Best movie title went to “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1” “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II” grabbed its first Golden Popcorn for winning the best cast award The final installment of the wizard boy film series beats such films as “Bridesmaids””The Hunger Games””21 Jump Street” and “The Help” On the other handuncle and cousin duo LMFAO successfully picked up the best music prize for their club-banger “Party Rock Anthem”which is also an original soundtrack for “21 Jump Street” British funnyman Russell Brand served as the host for the event For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ranjit Lal | New Delhi | Published: April 12 2015 1:00 am How much interaction can you have with nature on a day-to-day basis if you live in a city like Delhi or Mumbai or Kolkata (Source: Ranjit Lal) Related News Down In Jungleland How much interaction can you have with nature on a day-to-day basis if you live in a city like Delhi or Mumbai or Kolkata Or any such urban centre Quite a bit actually if you come to think of it: Not all red-in-tooth-and-claw stuff of course though sometimes it can be It starts off at that darkest hour — just before the dawn Around 330 am the peafowl in the cemetery next door suddenly give tongue en masse and you know that the ghosts have probably rollicked home from a rave at the ‘Rattlin’ Bones’ nightclub… By 530 the red-whiskered bulbul has started its mellifluous whistling perched upright as a palace guardsman on the bougainvillea outside the bedroom The magpie robin hastens to join in with a flute recital as do white-eyes jingling softly in chorus from the bottlebrush tree A koel begins its insistent calling and suddenly there is urgency and alarm all around as a shikra emits its shrill hunting cry from the tamarind tree in the cemetery It’s probably raising a family and on the lookout for unwary birds and lizards to ambush-snatch On the way downstairs you meet a big shiny brown cockroach contemplating life on the landing — it appears to have eaten something nasty or is suffering from a hangover It crawls tiredly under the steps and you leave it be A peep into the kitchen thankfully reveals no sign of overnight rodent bandits You eye the massive bunch of green garden bananas that have been ripening slowly on the sideboard all winter: the ones with hints of yellow are sweet and ready You’re going to have to throw a banana party to get through that lot — and there’s another load to come In the garden the little laughing doves have started cleaning up the bajra dropped by profligate parakeets being fed upstairs Halfway through breakfast you pause: A soft tattoo is being hammered on wood… On the dead rubber tree outside a clown has come seeking a home The coppersmith (in photo) or crimson-breasted barbet: tapping industriously on the dead wood Wonderful because it’s the bird that started me off on birding all those years ago in Bombay — now come home to stay… But alas it was not to be: the little fellow worked on the tree so industriously that he hammered a perfectly round hole right through to the other side of the limb The winter flowers — purple blue and mauve cineraria mainly — are wilting though the main flower bed looks like a massive wrestling match has taken place; with dahlias and marigolds fighting their way up through the tangled foliage The two papaya trees which looked so shriveled all through winter are putting out new healthy leaves There are things to see even on the drive into town There’s open green country on both sides of the Salimgarh bypass to ITO; not far away the river glints silver and overhead egrets fly in formation occasionally kept company by a languorous purple heron or two Back home in the afternoon you are roused from slumber by a shrieking yowling catfight that has erupted accompanied by shouts and thuds of lathis on the ground It’s just as well the fight is being broken up: you remember one such that took place virtually at your feet; one tom with a face like someone had used a cheese-grater on it and the other ripped up and bloody everywhere Out walking on the Ridge in the evening you note a new crop of baby monkeys has just arrived clinging to their nervous moms while their year-old siblings are jumping into the ponds just the way urchins do And at night the biggest killers of them all come out to hunt: mosquitoes wailing dengue in your ear Ranjit Lal is an author environmentalist and bird watcher For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Published: July 27 2016 3:15 pm Study revealed that the older ancient southern hemisphere is more likely to contain chemically bound water Top News Scientists investigating evidence of water in Martian soil have found that the bulk soil on the Red Planet likely contains iron sulfates bearing chemically bound water that could be playing a major role in hydrating martian soil “This is exciting because it’s contributing to the story of water on Mars which we’ve used as a path for our search for life on Mars” said study co-author Nicole Button from Louisiana State University The authors expanded on previous work which explored the chemical association of water with sulfur on Mars globally They also characterised how based on the association between hydrogen and sulfur the soil hydration changes at finer regional scales Using data collected from the 2001: Mars Odyssey probe the researchers published the results of their analysis in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets The study revealed that the older ancient southern hemisphere is more likely to contain chemically bound water while the sulfates and any chemically bound water are unlikely to be associated in the northerly regions of Mars The team considered several existing hypotheses in the context of their overall observations which suggest a meaningful presence of iron-sulfate rich soils which are wet compared to Mars’ typically desiccated soil This type of wet soil was uncovered serendipitously by the Spirit Rover while dragging a broken wheel across the soil in the Paso Robles area of Columbia Hills at Gusev Crater Among these hypotheses the researchers identify acid fog and hydrothermal processes as more consistent with their observations than efflorescence even though the sensitivity of Odyssey’s Gamma Ray Spectrometer to elements but not minerals prevents a decisive inference Hydrothermal sites in particular are increasingly recognised as important places where the exchange between the surface and deep parts of Earth’s biosphere are possible This hypothesis is significant to the question of martian habitability For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsJust as human cliques have their own language quirks groups of killer whales have their own dialects But that doesn’t stop them from imitating one another A new study of wild orcas shows that they mimic calls from other groups even when members of that group aren’t around The whales could have multiple uses for the imitation such as labeling outsiders or keeping tabs on their location Vocal mimicry in nonhuman mammals is rare Songbirds are famous for imitating their neighbors an ability they use to defend their territories Anecdotal reports suggest that orcas mimic too which makes sense considering scientists have shown that their close cousins bottlenose dolphins mimic one another in captivity But studying these animals in the wild is challenging because current technology can’t pinpoint which animal is doing the calling especially during mingling sessions when they are close together While analyzing how wild orcas near Vancouver Island in British Columbia Canada used sound when socializing behavioral biologist Brigitte Wei of the University of Vienna discovered a set of calls that were not a part of their normal repertoires The calls seemed to resemble the calls of foreign groups that the original group would have mingled with to mate or cement alliances Wei and colleagues then categorized the calls and produced sonograms which show the structure of the sound waves to compare against sonograms of the originals The study published online 15 July inMarine Mammal Science concludes that resident orcas mimicked the calls of foreign groups about once every 500 calls Among the thousands of calls orcas make each day that’s not often But it’s enough to stand out in their daily chatter says Wei. Meeting middle-class needs and aspirations requires protecting a degree of individuality and participation. a Maoist-affected block.

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