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while Rs 1265 crore was invested,” the Indian diplomat said. The researchers also found high levels of differential subsidence near Oceania Station,to ensure there is no drunken driving. For all the latest India News, Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Singh then said the “cause of suicide’’ was based on statements of the victims’ relatives. We expect a lot more litigants to turn up during the next Lok Nyayalay, said Satyan Nairvice president of the Pimpri-Chinchwad Bar Association Advocate Sunil Honrao lighted the ceremonial lamp and commenced the programme Honrao said that Lok Nyayalay is of benefit to both the judiciary and litigants as cases that would otherwise take months or yearswill be decided in a matter of hours Alsoit saves time and money of the litigants as well as of the court Advocate Satish Gorde presided over the Lok Nyayalay along with judges S N JadhavPrashant KulkarniC B Mahtre and Sudhir Bhajipale While Judge Prashant Kulkarniadvocates Raghunath Sonawane and Suhas Padwal presided as panel judges For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe most prominent scientist in President-elect Barack Obama’s transition team says that the group reviewing the White House science shop is under tight pressure to make suggestions for who should be the science adviser to the new president Chemist Mario Molina told ScienceInsider in an interview that his four-person squad inspecting the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy is expected to provide transition staff with the names of qualified candidates as well as rationales for each "in a matter of weeks" A Nobel prize–winning climate expert from the University of California San Diego Molina says the team is seeking candidates who follow "the sentiments of statements President-elect Obama said on the campaign" (In an October letter to the National Academies Obama said he’d install an "exceptionally talented" science adviser at the level of assistant to the President That’s a higher status—and presumably more influence—than the current science adviser has) Molina says his team will work to help hire a "high-level science adviser hopefully close to the Cabinet level . but all we can do is make suggestions" Molina and his colleagues on the review team who include former Clinton administration officials Rosina Bierbaum and Tom Kalil and Federation of American Scientists staff member Michael Stebbins will also provide policy guidance and "strategic ideas" to the transition staff on how to make them happen Current White House science adviser Jack Marburger eliminated two deputy positions in the office in 2001 which some critics say reduced the clout of the science adviser’s team Molina says that was a mistake He adds: "It’s not just the number of people in the team but how effectively their input is integrated in the White House" But Molina who keeps a working laboratory in San Diego as well as a nonprofit environmental organization in Mexico City says he is not interested in the science adviser spot "I think I can be most effective outside the government" he saysWhen people try to sneak something past a security checkpoint their brains show different activity patterns depending on whether they are certain there is contraband in their suitcase or just know there’s a chance of it according to a new study ZUMA Press Inc/Alamy Stock Photo Did you knowingly commit a crime Brain scans could tell By Warren CornwallMar 13 2017 3:00 PM The number of years someone spends behind bars can hinge on whether they were clearly aware that they were committing a crime But how is a judge or jury to know for sure A new study suggests brain scans can distinguish between hardcore criminal intent and simple reckless behavior but the approach is far from being ready for the courtroom The study is unusual because it looks directly at the brains of people while they are engaged in illicit activity says Liane Young a Boston College psychologist who was not involved in the work Earlier research including work by her has instead generally looked at the brains of people only observing immoral activity Researchers led by Read Montague a neuroscientist at Virginia Tech Carilion Research Insitute in Roanoke and at University College London used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) which can measure brain activity based on blood flow They analyzed the brains of 40 people—a mix of men and women mostly in their 20s and 30s—as they went through scenarios that simulated trying to smuggle something through a security checkpoint In some cases the people knew for certain they had contraband in a suitcase In other cases they chose from between two and five suitcases with only one containing contraband (and thus they weren’t sure they were carrying contraband) The risk of getting caught also varied based on how many of the 10 security checkpoints had a guard stationed there The results showed distinctive patterns of brain activity for when the person knew for certain the suitcase had contraband and when they only knew there was a chance of it the team reports today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences But there was an unexpected twist Those differing brain patterns only showed up when people were first shown how many security checkpoints were guarded and then offered the suitcases In that case a computer analysis of the fMRI images correctly classified people as knowing or reckless between 71% and 80% of the time Montague isn’t sure why the results hinged on the order in which the scenario unfolded It’s possible there is some threshold for the amount of information the brain needed before a distinctive thought process connected to recklessness kicked in he says In the laboratory he says perhaps the information about both the risk of grabbing a “hot” suitcase and of encountering a security guard “had to be all on board before we could see this difference” “I see this as a proof of principle that raises more questions than it answers” says Montague who notes that his team repeated the experiment several times with the same results The lawyers working on the study recoiled at the idea that the results depended on the sequencing of the events because people were engaged in risky behavior no matter the order “I’m a scientist so I was like ‘This is the most interesting part of what we’ve found We don’t know what to do with this’” Montague says But another researcher who has used brain imaging to study criminal behavior questioned whether the differences found in the study really revealed a meaningful difference between the two mental states Ruben Gur a psychologist and director of the Brain Behavior Laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania’s medical school says that with just 40 participants a study may not be able to account for all the variables at play in brain scans “To me it proves that when you apply a statistical method on small samples you come up with interesting results and some that make less sense” Study author Gideon Yaffe a philosopher at Yale Law School notes there are some limitations of the research It’s not known whether the different brain patterns are confined to this very specific scenario or would apply more broadly to other situations outside the lab he says And he cautions that it’s a very big leap from there to visions of “evil intent detectors” scanning people’s brains “It was so hard to do this modest thing that it feels very very far away to be able to do something as grand as that” A more relevant scenario might be looking at whether the brains of people with certain conditions such as drug addiction process risk differently That research Yaffe says might be introduced in court as people wrestle with how much someone really knew as they committed a crimeBy: IANS | New York | Published: October 30 2016 9:14 am Google Glass can make learning Morse code much easier as researchers have developed a system that teaches the code within four hours Top News Google Glass can make learning Morse code much easier as researchers have developed a system that teaches the code within four hours using a series of vibrations felt near the ear?In the study, “It marked the beginning of stone pelting. (File) Top News Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Sunday described the ongoing phase of stone pelting in the Valley as Pakistan’s new strategy to attack India’s integrity with the help of its stogies and said that there will be no compromise with secessionist forces and those indulging in violence.

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