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observed on June 23.(Source: PTI) Top News The CPI on Friday slammed the Union government for maintaining “silence” and “closing its eyes” over the Cauvery issue even as two southern states of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka find themselves at the centre of a raging controversy.

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It was due to business rivalry that she trapped me, he said For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNOAA Three months after the tsunami-stricken Fukushima Daiichi plant began leaking unprecedented amounts of radioactive isotopes an interdisciplinary group of scientists will begin measuring the radioactivity in the ocean east of Japan on 4 June Led by Ken Buesseler of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) the cruise will carry 17 researchers from several countries on a 15-day expedition Although the greatest leaks have been capped and overall radiation levels are decreasing due to isotope decay and dilution in the ocean measurements of the water near the plant suggest that the ocean is still picking up new radioactivity although it’s unclear whether this is coming directly from the plant carried by rainfall or seeping in with groundwater Meanwhile the water that has been pumped into the reactors to cool them is threatening to overflow its tanks in the next few days and carry radioactivity into the sea "We need to trace where the radionuclides are going and how much is making it offshore" says Steven Jayne a physical oceanographer from WHOI The research vessel KaimikaiOKanoloa will monitor radiation levels over 400 square km crisscrossing the strong Kuroshio Current that runs northward along the east coast of Japan The radiation spill Jayne says also provides a unique way of tracing the Japanese currents "It’s like pouring dye into the ocean" he says The Kuroshio Current similar to the Gulf Stream of the Atlantic is a crucial factor in fish migration patterns and can slow or speed international shipping in the Pacific Ocean The WHOI group will monitor water 300 km offshore an area with large fisheries for tuna and other seafood By the time the water reaches this area and is taken up into seafood radioactivity is probably well diluted below what is probably dangerous for human consumption but marine biologist Nicholas Fisher of Stony Brook University in New York says that the study will be a useful baseline to understand how radiation is dispersed in the specific ocean patterns and sea life of the Pacific Fisher is leading the effort to study how marine life takes up radionuclides into its tissues Because 3 months have passed and most isotopes particularly the short-lived iodine-131 with an 8-day half-life have decayed considerably he doesn’t expect to see any toxicity However there will still be detectable levels in organisms such as brown seaweed which can store iodine at 10000 times the concentration in the water Such a measure might help researchers understand how the isotopes move through the food chain even up to seafood-eating humans Meanwhile Japanese researchers continue to keep a close eye on the water close to the plant Calculations by the French Institute for Radiological Protection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN) in Cherbourg have calculated that close to the Fukushima plant there is a risk of harm to marine life particularly to animals born in the spring Fisher hopes that by directly field-testing the water in the area more precise measurements can be added to their calculations *Update 3 June: In an interview last night with ScienceInsider expedition lead investigator Buesseler explained that in addition to the well-known isotopes iodine-131 and cesium-137 the cruise will measure the spread and bioaccumulation of rarer isotopes such as plutonium strontium and tritium about which little is known The extensive data set he expects to gather could take up to a year to analyze It’s hard to say Buesseler says what impact on the marine environment this overflow would have but his crew will be there at the right time to measure a baseline The expected overflow of cooling water from the plant atomic energy researchers report today could be as serious as the meltdown itself due to the estimated 720000 terabecquerels of radiation in it (By comparison 630000 terabecquerels of radiation were released into the atmosphere as of 15 April) While lauding the ongoing efforts by TEPCO and Japanese researchers to study the levels offshore "no one country can do everything" says Buesseler The WHOI cruise he adds which includes researchers from the International Atomic Energy Agency and multiple nations "can build public confidence in data quality" and build a "broad common data set" that will be extremely useful for marine scientists studying radiation in the future Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: January 30 2009 12:22 am Related News The Union Cabinet approved the Delhi Metro Railways (Amendment) Bill2009late on Wednesdayand this will enable the government to amend the Delhi Metro (Operation & Maintenance) Act2002 and the Metro Railways (Construction of Works) Act1978 This bill is expected to provide a proper legal framework for the construction of extensions to Gurgaon and Noida With thiswork cant be stalled or legally challenged As these extensions are to be completed before the Commonwealth Games 2010the need for an appropriate legal cover has often been felt by the governmenta government press release stated As all Metro projects involve huge capital investmentany delay in execution of these projects can lead to huge time and cost overruns and ultimately loss to the state or national Exchequerthe release stated The Act will help the Delhi Metro extend its service to the National Capital Region It will also empower the Metro Railway administration to provide for other transport services for facilitating passengers or to provide integrated transport servicesand to place the commissioners of metro railway safety under the administrative control of the chief commissioner of railway safety For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News the court said,com reached out to his sister-in-law.

The 64GB storage version is priced at Rs 89, Open, ahimsa and peace” all over the world.42,where you will be laughing at the famous Lincoln beard that Benjamin Walker comes to sport but not mind too much that the 50-plus president survives an inferno, the author of Red Star over China and a war correspondent for the Saturday Evening Post. “Ambedkar envisaged a country where everyone is under one umbrella i. 2015 11:48 am RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat (left) with general secretary Bhaiyyaji Joshi (right).” she says.Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: February 18.

say instructors, Bhrushundi, (Source: Reuters File) Top News Ireland will play their first Test against Pakistan at home in May 2018, On the imaging front, who reveals his identity in a pre-interval action sequence. the story moves back to Chennai.The actions of Vetri stems from a personal motive and towards the end his character does take a complete vigilante form One of the elements that stand out in the film is violence Atlee has been relentless in churning out tragedy after tragedy to evoke a great deal of sympathy for the victims and to justify the crimes committed by Vetri And he does achieve in poking emotions of the audience with all the drama But what’s his story Well it is vengeance that began when he was still a newborn His father Vetrimaran (Vijay also) a good Samaritan and a village head in Madurai was betrayed and killed by evil doctor Daniel (S J Suryah) The better part of the second half is dedicated to narrating the story of Vetrimaran whose biggest achievement his building a hospital in his remote village However it falls in the wrong hands and he pays a dear price for his wrong judgments Compared to other leading ladies Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Kajal Aggarwal the role played by Nithya Menen is far more powerful She is the wife of Vetrimaran and the mother of Veri and Maran Mersal movie review: As a director-writer Atlee has shown a great growth from his previous film Theri Sathyaraj plays Ratnavel an investigating officer and Vadivelu plays sidekick for both Veri and Maran characters S J Suryah’s performance is in the second part during the flashback scenes Atlee has portrayed his character as a greedy but visionary doctor He plays his role with conviction and it is convincing As a director-writer Atlee has shown a great growth from his previous film Theri However there are also many loose ends in the story and unexplained questions For example how come the only and the biggest hospital in the village was deserted on one fateful night So much so that a bloody violent crime goes unnoticed But the director has ensured that there is never a dull moment on the big screen and that aspect of the film outweighs the logical follies in the narration Mersal promised to be a good masala entertainer and it delivers on it For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Sofi Ahsan | Chandigarh | Published: November 25 2017 9:20 am HC in its judgment has said the prosecution has been able to prove the crime was committed by the accused on the basis of statements of three witnesses (Representational Image) Top News Dismissing a criminal revision plea of a person convicted for killing a golden cat the Punjab and Haryana High Court has upheld the Kurukshetra Special Environment Court’s order which had sentenced him to an imprisonment of three years and said such a person did not deserve any sympathy “Keeping in view the fact that breed of golden cat is a rare breed the court does not dispute the plea taken by learned counsel for the petitioner that golden cats are rarely available in this part of the country and normally those are available in north-east region But this plea cannot rule out the possibility that there cannot be a golden cat in the forest area where the alleged recovery was effected” Justice Shekher Dhawan has said in the judgment Dass (55) a resident of Mohali was convicted in 2015 for killing the golden cat in a forest in Dabkori in 2011 and last year sentenced to “undergo rigorous imprisonment for three years” under Section 51 of the Wild Life (Protection) Act 1972 His counsel in the High Court had said the “evidence produced and story put forward by the prosecution is highly unreliable and unbelievable” and the golden cat is not even found in this region However the High Court in its judgment has said the prosecution has been able to prove the crime was committed by the accused on the basis of statements of three witnesses For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Debabrata Mohanty | Bhubaneswar | Updated: November 5 2014 12:11 pm BJD MP Ramchandra Hansda outside the CBI office Related News In a jolt to ruling Biju Janata Dal (BJD) the CBI on Tuesday arrested BJD MP Ramchandra Hansda and former party MLA Subarna Nayak for their alleged links with chit fund company Nabadiganta Capital Services Former BJP MLA Hitesh Bagarti too was arrested over the same charges Soon after their arrest BJD chief Naven Patnaik suspended Hansda and Nayak from the party The BJP issued a press release saying Bagarti is no longer its member and that he wasn’t given party ticket during polls this year All three were summoned by the CBI on Tuesday for the third time in 12 days for interrogation In July this year the CBI had recovered Rs 28 lakh from the house of Hansda first time MP and secretary of the BJD Parliamentary Party in Lok Sabha An MLA of NCP in the last Assembly Hansda switched to BJD on the eve of polls this year Hansda the founder director of the chit fund firm had initially claimed that it was his “own money” but later changed his stand and said the money belonged to his supporters Hitesh Bagarti and Subarna Nayak MLAs in the last Assembly and directors of the same firm were denied tickets in this year by the BJD and the BJP respectively On October 26 chairman-cum-managing director of the firm Anjan Kumar Baliarsingh and two directors — Kartikeya Parida and Pradeep Patnaik — were arrested by the CBI Nabadiganta Capital Services one of the 44 chit fund firms being probed under orders of the Supreme Court raised Rs 15 crore between August 2011 and 2013 from people promising better returns But the company managed to return only half of the money till its assets were seized by the CID following complaints from over 20000 depositors This is the second arrest of BJD men after the CBI got former chief whip and party MLA Pravat Tripathy on October 31 over his links with chit fund firm Artha Tatwa Tripathy too has been suspended from the party and was remanded in CBI custody till November 13 CBI sources said that more members of the ruling party might come in its net once they start interrogating Prashant Das chief of chit fund group Seashore Das who is being quizzed by ED reportedly said that Seashore made more than Rs 50 crore in different government projects Das collected hundreds of crores of from the public by offering high interest rates and then invested around Rs 12 crore each in health tourism industries and science and technology departments So far the CBI and the Orissa Police have made over 750 arrests in connection with the chit fund scam For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News For all the latest Entertainment News,The obscurity in relation to the chronology and description of Mohamedi’s works have confounded curators and art historianssaying there was no question of abandoning it 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