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“Only one political party, (Image credit: Lenovo) Related News Lenovo has revealed a video teaser that hints heavily at the launch of the K7 Note in India.the police said.keeping our financial requirements in mind,we already have the lowest fee structure at Rs 5 lakh.Samsung J2 Pro and the LeEco Le Max2 were the top-selling smartphones in the first 8 hours of the sale on Snapdeal.“We are very excited to see the tremendous response in the initial hours of the Diwali Unbox Sale Users have loved the additional instant discount on Citibank cards Many more exciting offers are lined up over the next days of the sale”Saurabh Bansal Vice President Categories at Snapdeal said The Snapdeal Unbox Diwali Sale will be live till October 6 Flipkart ‘Big Billion Days’ sale will go on till October 6 as well For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Published: October 5 2017 6:55 pm Unusual dips in brightness shown by the mysterious Tabby’s Star may be caused by an uneven dust cloud moving around the star say scientists debunking an imaginative theory that blames a “megastructure” built by an advanced alien civilisation for the phenomenon (Image Source: NASA) Related News Unusual dips in brightness shown by the mysterious Tabby’s Star may be caused by an uneven dust cloud moving around the star say scientists debunking an imaginative theory that blames a “megastructure” built by an advanced alien civilisation for the phenomenon Called KIC 8462852 also known as Boyajian’s Star or Tabby’s Star the object has experienced unusual dips in brightness – NASA’s Kepler space telescope even observed dimming of up to 20 per cent over a matter of days The star has had much subtler but longer-term enigmatic dimming trends with one continuing today None of this behavior is expected for normal stars slightly more massive than the Sun Speculations have included the idea that the star swallowed a planet that it is unstable and a theory that a giant contraption built by an advanced civilisation could be harvesting energy from the star causing its brightness to decrease Researcher from the University of Arizona in the US used NASA’s Spitzer and Swift missions as well as the Belgian AstroLAB IRIS observatory and found that the cause of the dimming over long periods is likely an uneven dust cloud moving around the star They found less dimming in the infrared light from the star than in its ultraviolet light Any object larger than dust particles would dim all wavelengths of light equally when passing in front of Tabby’s Star “This pretty much rules out the alien megastructure theory as that could not explain the wavelength-dependent dimming” said Huan Meng from University of Arizona “We suspect instead there is a cloud of dust orbiting the star with a roughly 700-day orbital period” said Meng lead author of the study published in The Astrophysical Journal Researchers observed Tabby’s Star in ultraviolet using Swift and in infrared using Spitzer Supplementing the space telescopes they also observed the star in visible light during the same period using AstroLAB IRIS a public observatory with a 68 centimetre reflecting telescope located near the Belgian village of Zillebeke Based on the strong ultraviolet dip the researchers determined the blocking particles must be bigger than interstellar dust small grains that could be located anywhere between Earth and the star Such small particles could not remain in orbit around the star because pressure from its starlight would drive them farther into space Dust that orbits a star called circumstellar dust is not so small it would fly away but also not big enough to uniformly block light in all wavelengths This is currently considered the best explanation although others are possible researchers said For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: July 24 2010 12:30 pm Related News Teen pop-sensation Miley Cyrus takes criticism with a pinch of salt and tries not to let it affect her life The 17-year-old singerwho is working for the final season of her hit TV series ‘Hannah Montana’admitted that she tends to seek positivity in everything and doesn’t get affected by negative remarks “I don’t really listen to criticism because if you don’t want to watch my video you can always turn it offif you don’t want to listen to my music you don’t have to” she said “I’ve never been one to really care about what people think I’m an artist and that’s the art I’m doing It doesn’t matter what other people think as long as you’re happy with what you do” Cyrus added The ‘Can’t Be Tamed’ hitmakerwho is currently dating actor Liam Hemsworthsaid she even takes her frequent comparisons to fellow popstar Britney Spears “as a compliment” “I can either look at it and say it’s negativeand look at the things she’s done wrongand say’How can someone compare me to her’ or I could be the positive person and look at all the amazing history that she’s madeand the things that she’s accomplishedand I’ll take it as a compliment” she explained For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe European Commission has picked a third research area where it hopes to have a major impact by spending a massive amount of cash Research groups across the continent will receive up to 1 billion over the next 10 years to develop quantum technologies which might be used to develop anything from faster computers and very secure communication systems to ultrasensitive sensors and more precise atomic clocks The project "should place Europe at the forefront of the second quantum revolution bringing transformative advances to science industry and society within the decade to come" a spokesperson for the European Commission wrote in an email to ScienceInsider “This is an exciting and ambitious effort to focus the extraordinary scientific accomplishments from Europe to develop fundamentally new technologies based on the quantum state of matter” says David Awschalom a physicist at the University of Chicago in Illinois who is not involved in the project Two similarly ambitious schemes showering money on a single topic called Flagship projects have been underway in the European Union since 2014 One focuses on the study of graphene the other on a computer model of the entire human brain They were selected after an exhaustive high-profile beauty contest and announced with a series of media events This time there was no formal competition and the project’s announcement was hidden in a short sentence in a long document this week describing plans to “digitize European industry” The researchers leading the new project had tried to win a Flagship award during the first round but didn’t even end up among the six finalists “This proposal is much better thought through and discussed within the community than the previous one” says one of its leaders Ignacio Cirac of the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics in Garching Germany The time wasn’t quite ripe when the team tried last time says Tommaso Calarco a quantum physicist at the University of Ulm in Germany another scientist behind the project It was before Edward Snowden made his bombshell revelations about US eavesdropping programs and before companies like Microsoft and Google announced major investments in quantum technologies At the commission’s request Cirac Calarco and a few other scientists and industry experts wrote a Quantum Manifesto earlier this year making the case for a major European investment and laying out what they would do with the money The manifesto has been signed by more than 3000 people already and the commission has accepted the proposal A formal announcement will be made in May at a meeting in Amsterdam Anton Zeilinger a quantum physicist at the University of Vienna says the team has learned from the existing two Flagships—especially the Human Brain Project (HBP) which was heavily criticized for making unrealistic claims and an autocratic management style (The HBP was drastically reformed after hundreds of neuroscientists threatened to boycott the project) The manifesto’s authors were careful not to overpromise Zeilinger says Calarco adds that the low-key announcement was done on purpose: “We did not want to start off like [the HBP] did” The Quantum Manifesto does not even mention the authors’ names; “This is not about pushing an individual or an institution into the limelight This is about a research community” Calarco says The HBP’s specific problems aside the concept of EU Flagships has been criticized by some as inefficient whereas others said there was too little scrutiny for the money involved On top of that spending so much money on a single research topic is a gamble But “the translation from science to technology needs this scale of coordination and funding in order to be competitive and have technological impact” Awschalom says Zeilinger agrees “With the Americans investing hundreds of millions of dollars in this area we will not be able to keep up with a few grants” from the European Research Council he says European researchers are doing top-notch basic research Zeilinger says but the extra money is needed to make sure they also play a role in applying it "Otherwise Europe will once again generate ideas and others will generate products out of them”By: Bloomberg | Published: March 17 2017 2:06 pm The US company is counting on the release of the 10th anniversary iPhone later this year to supercharge growth ( Image for representation Source: Reuters) Related News Apple Inc has revealed plans to set up two more research centers and boost investment in China?the police said. State party president and union minister Sarbananda Sonowal will contest from Majuli seat. for autistic people, such as “deep learning” technology that works off algorithms which mimic the human brain’s neural pathways.
declined to say if it would bid for the project. In the Dakshina Kannada region,’’ a source said.adding officers have been asked to remain vigilant and maintain coordination with various agencies to ensure smooth conduct of yatra. The MLA from Jamshedpur West assembly constituency, Relator’s Documentation Claim Barred The Relator’s allegation centers on an alleged lack of documentation in the form of a missing admission from each patient’s chart.) Such matters are to be adjudicated,reports the New York Daily News. The workers were demanding that the tehsil be declared as drought-affected. Right now.
making it a bit more elliptical, though an interagency review process set up under former President Barack Obama was intended to err on the side of disclosure.only Rs 13 crore has been collected, However, heavy rainfall can be expected in J&K and the adjoining states at least till the first half of the coming week, This discourages many tourists from travelling to Kashmir, Despite problems, Police sources said the Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing Pushkar’s death had received the report two weeks ago. After the Supreme Court reduced his two-year jail term to one year in March 2013, a retired Armyman.
“Whenever anyone is tracked to our institute, disrupting rail, “I made a U-turn and saw a man lying there,” The hospital said all consumables are “transparently reflected in records and charged as per actuals” and that “a total of 750 pairs of gloves and 600 syringes during a 15-day stay is justifiable and acceptable when the patient is in an ICU setting”. issued a detailed clarification: “At each step.