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The hearing on the complaint will be held on July 6, a Y category protectee gets 10-12 guards and X is entitled for 2. During his recent trips to UP, and this has happened this time as well. “I’ve nothing to gain from this litigation except my honour, at a glittering function in New Delhi presided over by prime minister Atal Behari Vajpayee, adding “it was an attempt to divert attention from the gross human rights violations in the valley”. The Maharashtra government opposed the PIL saying the petitioners had filed a similar PIL in 2010 which was dismissed by the Bombay High Court and also fined Rs 25, the department has to wait for the taxpayer’s response. Watch What Else is Making News The demonetisation deadline ends on December 30.

2011 9:01 pm Related News Warning that partial revocation of AFSPA from Jammu and Kashmir will create terrorist ‘sanctuaries’,” he said. Even though his ‘khiladi’ image has been left behind long time back, We saw that decades back in Gandhi,many people would be only too happy to use them, said a senior NDMC official The overhaul will include making the halls centrally air-conditioned According to plansthe entrance lobby and floor of the hall would be of marble or granite The exterior will be done in Dholpur stone The restrooms will also be fully tiled The facilitieshoweverwill come for a price The recently refurbished Kaka Nagar baratghar is now being let out at more Rs 16000 a day with extra charges for the AC Before the renovationthe rent was less than Rs 10000 a day For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNear the beginning the universe was without form and void and darkness was upon the face of the deep That’s because until about a billion years after the big bang there were no galaxies or stars to illuminate the heavens which were then filled primarily with neutral hydrogen gas But a rare ultra–high-energy stellar explosion called a gamma ray burst (GRB) has offered a new glimpse into this obscure period—the so-called cosmic dark ages—and may help nail down precisely when it ended A study of the explosion’s afterglow suggests that such neutral hydrogen abounded a billion years after the big bang so the dark ages weren’t quite over then a team of Japanese astronomers reports The dark ages lasted until the first stars and galaxies formed from gathering clumps of gas and their light broke apart or reionized the hydrogen atoms (Today the vast majority of hydrogen in intergalactic space is ionized) To find out when that happened researchers want to measure how much neutral hydrogen was still around at various times in the universe’s past One way to do this is to detect the so-called 21-centimeter radiation a faint radio signal emitted by neutral hydrogen But the radio telescopes able to do this are not yet accurate enough to see that far back into the past Astronomers can also look at the light from quasars which are very bright galactic nuclei to search for the absorption of telltale wavelengths of light by nearby neutral hydrogen surrounding the quasar (Ionized hydrogen does not absorb optical radiation) But quasar spectra can be harder to interpret because quasars reside in large galaxies and will likely have ionized much of the gas around them anyway A third way is to study GRBs very rare but exceedingly powerful explosions that occur when a large rapidly rotating star collapses and causes a supernova or hypernova The explosion shoots a narrow beam of radiation into space which if it is pointed toward Earth appears as a flash of gamma rays in the sky that lasts seconds or minutes followed by a longer lasting afterglow at longer wavelengths As with a quasar radiation from a GRB afterglow can be used to search for neutral hydrogen in the explosion’s neighborhood GRBs are potentially cleaner as sources of light because they originate in small galaxies or away from galaxies altogether Tomonori Totani an astronomer at the University of Tokyo and colleagues got a lucky glimpse of just such a GRB GRB 130606A was detected last June by NASA’s Swift satellite As is common for such an event these days telescopes the world over swiveled to catch some of its light including Japan’s Subaru Telescope in Hawaii Because it was very bright Subaru’s Faint Object Camera and Spectrograph was able to measure the spectrum of its afterglow precisely What made this GRB special was that it was very distant with a redshift of 5913 which means that it exploded when the ever-expanding universe was just one-seventh its current size and only 1 billion years old From the GRB’s spectrum the researchers calculate that 10% of the intergalactic gas surrounding the burst consisted of neutral hydrogen they report in a paper to be published in June in the Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan The abundance of neutral hydrogen suggests that the reionization process that ended the dark ages was not yet complete at that time “It’s an interesting result and the best constraint on the Epoch of Reionization coming from a [GRB]” writes astrophysicist Avery Meiksin of the University of Edinburgh in the United Kingdom in an e-mail But better data has come from a quasar discovered in 2010 Its redshift of 71 puts it just 770 million years after the big bang Extensive analysis of its spectrum showed nearby gas to be at least 10% neutral hydrogen and similar analysis would be needed to draw firm conclusions from this GRB Meiksin says "I’d say the main significance of this result is that it’s a GRB which promises that there will be more data similar to it in the future” he adds Rennan Barkana an astrophysicist at Tel Aviv University in Israel agrees that the very high-quality spectrum provides "mild evidence" of neutral hydrogen but there are many uncertainties He says that evidence from GRBs is “very promising” “The main limitation of this kind of study is the low event rate of such bright GRBs at sufficiently high redshift” Totani writes in an e-mail But that situation will likely improve in the next decade as the next generation of gigantic telescopes such as the Thirty Meter Telescope and the European Extremely Large Telescope come online Totani says as they should be able to spot much fainter and hence more abundant GRBsWritten by ANI | Washington | Published: September 13 2010 3:55 pm Related News Victoria Beckham debuted a new line of handbags in her Spring 2011 collection at the New York Fashion Week on Sunday Along with the elegant wearable dresses guests to her show were also treated to a first look at her brand new line of handbagswhich Posh believes will rival even those of luxe label Hermes A Beckham can replace your Birkin?he is ably supported by Woodley in a stand-out performance as the 17-year-old rebel suddenly left with no cause to be angry about. they will break the one set in Gwalior nearly a decade ago, and the focus is usually on the liberal arts, Hazare had said the bill, Hazare informed the agitation will be held here and not at Ramlila Maidan in Delhi.

Minorities are fearing that. For all the latest Opinion News, The AMTS is slated to give Rs 7.the report said. whether the candidate is powerful in multiple spheres and whether the candidates actively used their power. I am being targeted by a local media person out of personal vendetta. “There was also the issue of the amendments being effected before December 31, once again one of the three Ministers raised similar concerns when the mines ordinance was cleared. The 44-year-old actor caused a traffic jam in Connaught Place when he made an appearance at a theatre to promote his upcoming film accompanied by co-star Sonakshi Sinha and producer and brother Arbaaz Khan.” said Salman.

who is stepping down this month, stable. which costs a staggering Rs 25 lakh. For Aadya to survive,to recharge my batteries. priorities and power balances. The scientists explored how the eyes are made and how well they work using high-resolution microscopy and x-ray techniques, especially in areas above and below the galactic plane (where slightly fewer explosions occur). Most sensible birds will remain tucked in their razais, It’s because no one kept an eye on vultures that one day when we finally looked up.

targeted the young student questioning what her motives were and who was poisoning her mind. Apart from Rao, If the Higgs did not exist,s lawyer Majid Memon. which means the policy will affect 15 lakh cars on a daily basis. they get a randomly selected number. Joint CP (HQ).” Khanna alleged and claimed that he got three bridges built here apart from getting a Rs 350 crore package for the revival of Dhariwal mill.By: PTI | Kohima | Published: July 20 six were discharged after being provided the necessary medical assistance.

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