China trying to alter territories, India different from 1962: Defence Minister Arun Jaitley

China trying to alter territories, India different from 1962: Defence Minister Arun Jaitley

Defense Minister Arun Jaitley today rejected the warning about continued confrontation on the border with Bhutan.
Calling on India to withdraw its troops from the border areas of Bhutan, China said that India should remember the 1962 war and learn a lesson.

In response to comments made by the Chinese Foreign Ministry, Arun Jaitley said: “India 2017 is different from India 1962. These are different situations.”

Jaitley said that China is trying to invade the lands of Bhutan. He said. “Bhutan’s statements indicate that this is the land of Bhutan is located next to the land of India there is an agreement between India and Bhutan to protect the region.

Jaitley said that Bhutan has stressed that China was trying to usurp its land. India does not enter the land of another country that was said to be China Jaitley.

Previously, Bhutan issued a focus on China yesterday in building a road to its army camp in the Zomplri Doklam region and called on Beijing to restore the previous situation by stopping the operation immediately.

Bhutan’s movement arrives at a time where there is a standing confrontation between Indian and Chinese troops in the Doklam region (also known as the Donglang) Sikkim sector.
Doklam is a disputed territory and Bhutan entered into a written agreement with China until the final settlement of the boundary issue, peace and tranquility must be maintained in the region.

This happened after China accused India of having a “hidden agenda” in the current context of military opposition in the Sikkim area, where Beijing has a territorial dispute with Bhutan.

“The Chinese Foreign Ministry issued a statement June 26, 2017 alleging that border troops from India crossed the border into the Sikkim area of ​​the China-India border and entered the Chinese territory. Reiterated as in other official Chinese reports.

2. The facts of the matter are:
I. On June 16, a PLA construction company entered the Doklam area and tried to build a road. We understand that a patrol of the Royal Army of Bhutan tried to dissuade them from this unilateral activity. Ambassador of the Royal Government of Bhutan has stated publicly that he had protested to the Chinese Government through his embassy in New Delhi on 20 June.

Ii. Yesterday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bhutan has also issued a statement emphasizing that the construction of the road within bhoutanien territory is a direct violation of the 1988 and 1998 agreements between Bhutan and China and affects the demarcation process of the Border between the two countries. They called for a return to the status quo by June 16, 2017.

III. In keeping with its tradition of close consultations on issues of common concern, Royal Government of Bhutan and the Government of India have been in continuous contact with the deployment of these developments.

Iv. In coordination with the Royal Government of Bhutan, Indian staff, who were present in the general area of ​​Doka, addressed the Chinese construction group and urged them not to change the status quo. These efforts continue.

V. The issue was discussed between India and China diplomatically in foreign ministries, since then, New Delhi and Beijing. It has also been a meeting of border officials in Nathu La, on June 20.

3. India is deeply concerned about recent Chinese actions and sent the Chinese government that such a construction would represent a significant change in the current situation with serious consequences for the security of India.

4. In this context, the Indian side emphasized that the two Governments had concluded that in 2012 the three-point border of India, China and other countries will be finalized in consultation with the countries concerned. Any attempt, therefore, to unilaterally determine the tri-union point is contrary to this understanding.

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Aunt arrested for Malad toddler’s kidnap, murder

Aunt arrested for Malad toddler’s kidnap, murder

MUMBAI: Four days after the kidnapping and murder of Vivaan Kandu, two years, police arrested Malad his aunt on the basis of circumstantial evidence Friday. Vivaan was first discovered with his aunt, Indu Gupta, 30, on Monday night and his body was found in a gun bag outside his residence on Tuesday morning.

Police said that Indu had constant fights with Vivaan’s mother, Soni, and had recently threatened to do “something big.” Indu has not confessed to the crime. On June 26, Indu sent his son Vivaan to take him home around 5:00 p.m. The Gupta and Kandus live only 25 meters from each other at Kaachpada in Malad.

At 19:30, Vivaan’s father, Sandeep, returned from work and asked where the child was. He wanted to take Vivaan doctor. Soni said he was in Vivaan Indu.

But he questioned, Indu said he asked his daughter to leave the Vivaan home at 17:30. The Kandus then frantically searched for Vivaan for almost an hour before approaching the police.

“No one saw Vivaan after his departure to the place of his aunt. In other words, the Indu version does not agree with the statements offered by other witnesses.

He was not even present when we were looking at Vivaan Kaachpada and he arrived later, “said Sudhir Mahadik, chief inspector, Malad police.” Vivaan’s post-mortem examination gave suffocation as the cause of death. Strangled

Indu will be interrogated to establish the sequence of events leading to delinquency. Surveys can also be done with her husband Dharmendra, if he was involved in the crime.

Police said Indu Soni and competed in a mirror during a family wedding in Uttar Pradesh.

The two families had traveled from Mumbai to UP for the wedding. Indu having spoken ill of Soni to his nephew and asked him not to pay attention to Soni. She humiliated Soni by asking him to leave the house after an argument.
Returning to Mumbai by train, the two women clashed in the window seat. The problem is not over. On June 13, Indu Soni complained to the latter’s stepmother.

She threatened to go to Soni “something so big it would speed up the world.” In addition to personal conflict, there was also a property dispute between the two families.

The police examined the house of Indu any kind of evidence and that the crime. It is unclear how and where the child died before his body was thrown into a pistol bag. A judge returned Indu in custody until July 7.

“Indu took my little son home every day for the past 10 days.” “I never suspected anything sick in his family.” Indu must have completed the crime for several days, “Asan, a grandmother from Vivaan told TOI recently.

‘Triple talaq’ found sinful by God; how can men validate it by law, asks SC

‘Triple talaq’ found sinful by God; how can men validate it by law, asks SC

The Personal Law Board of Muslim women across India (AIMWPLB) said Friday that the Supreme Court that the triple Talaq was not fundamental to Islamic principles, as the upper court was asked how something that was ordered “sin” by God can be part of the Muslim personal law.

“Perhaps found a sin by God, to be validated by men by law,” Kurian Joseph asked the judge, Judge Rohinton Fali Nariman, Justice Uday Umesh Lalit S. Abdul Nazeer and Justice is on constitutional bench headed by the Chairman of the Supreme Court Jagdish Singh Khehar.

The court’s observation intervened in the hearing when the lead lawyer Salman Khurshid has helped the court pointed out that the Indian government’s staff board indicated that India, despite the triple Talaq is a sin, but was left under Shariat .
The second day of the hearing on a batch of petitions from different individuals and organizations questioning the validity of Triple Talaq, the Court made a number of observations, including the triple Talaq was a “death penalty”, which was odious, but allowed .

In another application, the court asked if the triple Talaq was specific to India and extended to other countries as well. The court was informed that at present, it was a specific practice in India.

Attorney Mohammed Arif Khan, by AIMWPLB, said that “far from fundamental sacrosanct or” triple Talaq was against everything that was good in Islam.

In explaining the procedure in the Islamic principles of divorce, Arif Mohammed Khan broke the Defense Council of Muslim Employees in India to “begin to distort ridiculous depths” by holding that the Talaq was valid even though it was declared under Threat of the sword or a depressed mood.

He quoted the Koran extensively saying that the constitutional court that divorce in Islam is a well-defined procedure that includes counseling, a husband separated life and woman in the same house and arbitration, and at no time was instantaneous.

He said that even after the husband has pronounced a divorce, he and his divorced wife still live in the same house for three months to give a reconciliation.

Arif Mohammed Khan, who was a Rajiv Gandhi minister, said that every law has a social context and that we can change laws but not habits. In this context, he referred to the law against untouchability, saying that 70 years after its adoption, untouchability persists in some parts of the country.

Chief Counsel Ram Jethmalani said that leaving the election to dissolve marriage to man was discriminatory for women under Article 14 of the Constitution, which prohibits discrimination based on religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth .

As indicated by the Court, article 14 prohibits discrimination on the grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth only in respect of State laws and not personal laws. Asking Jethmalani, “Is this a constitutional right for a husband to get rid of his wife, and if so, is it disgusting for Article 14?

He said that because of the multiplicity of religions, the promise of a uniform civil code could not be reached under article 44 of the Constitution, but at least it should not be a uniform application of the law.

By saying that when you are dealing with a husband and a wife, there must be a uniform application of the law therefore, Jethmalani said that the Muslim Marriage Dissolution Act of 1939 applies to all Muslims regardless of their different Sects Shared by the bank.

He told the court that every religion has its “core” and disposable parts that are garbage, Jethmalani referred to Article 37 of the Constitution affirms that secularism was only present religion to a doctrine of the country.

 

Two killed in Pak shelling along LoC in Rajouri district

Two killed in Pak shelling along LoC in Rajouri district

A 13-year-old girl was one of two people killed on Saturday as the Pakistan Rangers resorted to shelling and shooting in a large area near the control line in the Rajouri district in the Pir Panjal Valley. Seven people, including four soldiers, were wounded in the bombing.

“The heavy cross-border bombing was reported in the Nowshera Rajouri subdivision at 7:30 am and continued throughout the day,” said Deputy Commissioner Shahid Iqbal Choudhary Rajouri El Hindu.

After the bombing, authorities decided to close 87 schools in all regions with Rajouri interest.

Civilian casualties were identified as Tufail Hussain (51) and Asiya Bi (13). Of the three wounded, Zaitoon Begum, seriously injured, was transferred to the Jammu Government Medical School, authorities said.

Army spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Manish Mehta said the Pakistan Army has opened an “indiscriminate” call in Indian positions. “Our troops react,” he said.

The most affected villages were Sarya, Khamba, Bhawani, Kalsian and Mahanpur, located less than 2 km from the Control Line. Dr. Choudhary said the attack was hampering rescue operations, while the Jhangar Road was subjected to repeated intense fire.

“Overall, 26 villages in Nowshera and Darhal Qila were affected. Nine towns Majakote tehsil of Rajouri district remained in the firing line for about three hours,” said Dr. Choudhary.

The widespread violation of the cease-fire has forced the migration of some 300 villagers living near the Control Line.

“After the evacuation of people in vulnerable areas, three refugee camps have been commissioned and another 28 were reported to deal with the new affected migration villages in case of continuous bombing,” said the Deputy Commissioner.

Dr Shahid said the heavy bombing also hampered the process of rescue and evacuation, while the path of the Jhangar was subjected to a repeated intense fire.

Condemnation of North Carolina

President of the National Conference Dr. Farooq President Abdullah and Executive Omar Abdullah condemned the continuous bombing across the border. Expressing the deaths of civilians anguish, Dr. Abdullah called for measures to ensure the safety of border residents.

 

Drug trade: Ex-NASA scientist arrested from Hyderabad

Drug trade: Ex-NASA scientist arrested from Hyderabad

Hyderabad: Continuing efforts to smoke those involved in drug trafficking, banning and excise detectors Wednesday arrested a former NASA scientist and assistance for drug trafficking.

Special staff arrested Anish Dundoo, 29, and his friend Ritul Agarwal, 26. After analyzing the details of the cell phone call and telephone records 10 hawkers arrested in recent weeks, the Department’s Special Task Force (STF) Of excise duty has zeroed in on the duo. Several guilty detainees also confirmed the traffic activity and Anish Ritul during the interrogation.

STF detectors picked up Anish’s office near Paradise in Secunderabad and, based on information provided by him, Ritul was later picked up at Nampally.
STF sensors took 16 Lish Anish transfers and 1.2 kilograms of Ritul cannabis.

During the preliminary investigation, the STF detectors learned that Anish is a student at the prestigious Doon School in Dehradun. After school, he pursued his Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering and Astronautics from the University of Cincinnati in the United States.

Special Tax Pilots said Anish had even worked for a year with NASA before moving to Hyderabad in 2012 to create his own business. “At present, Anish is commercially Bitcoin and other companies,” an official inquiry said.

Anish told doctors about the drug use he had bought in the market “madness” in the dark network pay through bitcoins.

“Since May 2017, Anish has bought several narcotics, including cocaine, LSD and MDMA in the dark network at least eight times. It is in drug trafficking,” said a STF official.

Anish had Ritul there about two years ago through friends in common. Since then, ritual worked for him as a drug dealer. Ritul, a resident of Somajiguda, completed BBA ICFAI Business School in Hyderabad and currently manages the family steel business.

The duo told dealers that the packaging of drugs received by Mail has seen Dutch postage stamps. They were produced in court and sent to custody.

NASA TO USE CONVERTED BOMBERS TO CHASE TOTALITY

NASA TO USE CONVERTED BOMBERS TO CHASE TOTALITY

In a classic plowed sword movement, two WB-57 aircraft piloted by the air program in the air processed NASA salute the shadow of the moon as it rushes to the contiguous US states Monday, August 21 in a daring mission of the science.

“We are going to observe the total solar eclipse with two planes, each with visible infrared cameras that take high-definition video,” said researcher at the Southern Research Institute (SWRI) in the Amir Caspi project at Universe Today.

“This is going to be the observations of the highest quality to date (solar corona) of its kind, in search of a rapid dynamic movement in the solar corona.”

Total solar eclipses give researchers a unique opportunity to study the solar corona – the ghostly glow of the Sun’s outer atmosphere seen only during the whole.

NASA offers a battery experience during the eclipse, including plans to intercept the moon’s shadow using two planes near the largest screen point in Carbondale, Illinois. After leaving Ellington Field, near Houston, Texas, and operated by the NASA Johnson Space Flight Center, NASA is the only pending operator of the WB-57 aircraft.

Group photo of the NASA NB-57 fleet. Credit: NASA / Robert Markowitz
Flying at an altitude of 50,000 feet, the aircraft will intercept the 70-mile-wide shadow of the Moon. The shadow will move at 1400 miles per hour – twice the speed of sound – compared to the WB-57’s maximum aircraft speed at 470 miles per hour.

The flight extends the length of the screen from the 2 minute and 40 second views of the plant, up to a total of about 8 minutes between the two aircraft.

Both tactical bombers convert WB-57 Canberra follows the eclipse with dynamite (Night Airbourne Motion Imagery for terrestrial environments), two mounted tandem cardan 8.7-inch images, one for visible light and infrared. These are located on the nose of the plane and shoot at 30 frames per second.

This system was originally designed for about a decade to expel the United States space shuttle during re-entry after the Columbia disaster in 2003 and occasionally provided spectacular images SpaceX Falcon 9 Step 1 return during re-entry.

The solar corona is as bright as the full moon, and the team plans to make a “map” of the solar crown precisely in an effort to understand how the crown interacts with the solar photosphere and the chromosphere. Of particular interest is to understand how the energy of the waves and “nanoflares” heat the solar corona.

“What we expect to learn is what makes the crown so hot (with temperatures approaching a million degrees Celsius in general and regions from 4 to 10 million degrees Celsius above the sunspot regions, much Hotter than the dazzling photosphere) and keeps it under structure, “says Caspi.” Why do not we see a spiral disaster? “

In NASA simulation, people tote hardy, allergy-inducing molds to Mars

In NASA simulation, people tote hardy, allergy-inducing molds to Mars

For many terrestrial terrains, our planet is filled with pollen, spores and toxins in the air overcrowding the schnozes and turn respiratory signs. Unfortunately, space rock jumping can not help, a new NASA study suggests.

In a 30-day simulation on another planet, NASA researchers found that the fungi were following the artificial astronauts and established their own colonies. Many of these small space explorers excel at surviving in extremely difficult conditions, such as saline soils and high altitude acids of the Indian Himalayas or radioactive remains of Chernobyl.

And several fungi that survived the world in simulation are associated with allergies and asthma inside, researchers report this week in the journal Microbiology.

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“The statement” where humans go, the microbes in the car with them “is true for mushrooms,” said Kasthuri Venkateswaran, lead author on Ars. He works at the Planetary Biotechnology and Protection Group at NASA’s Propulsion Laboratory.

“At present, most of our studies have been conducted to determine the dynamic changes in bacteria, not fungi,” he says. “This is the first study that examined the mushroom changes in a confined environment for at least 30 days of human presence in isolation using molecular methods.”

The NASA simulation is the first step towards understanding what may be worlds fungi – mycobiomes – our future space colonies. But so far, they seem to argue mycobiomes monitoring in the future. In addition to causing respiratory problems and allergies, fungi can cause infections and accelerate deterioration of materials.

Microbial migrants

For the essay, Venkateswaran and his colleagues had three students spend 30 days in the March lunar / analog 12-meter inflatable habitat 10 meters by 2.5 meters or ILMAH. During the test, the ILMAH was a closed system with little outlet or inlet past the air and samples (through an airlock).

Four times in the past 30 days, habitat students cleaned and cleaned eight locations at ILMAH, on days 0, 13, 20 and 30. On the outside, researchers collected swabs and attempted to grow and sequence genetic material from Swabs of fungi. In the end, 117 fungal isolates were grown and sequences were obtained from 113 of them.

Through the time points, researchers found that the total amount of mushrooms collected decreased, but the diversity – the number of different types – has increased. Fungal levels may have increased before humans did not move and were then crushed or crushed by humans during the mushrooms.

Over time, species of the genera Epiccocum, Alternaria, Pleosporales, Davidiella and Cryptococcus increased. Epiccocum and Alternaria, part of the family Pleosporaceae, were also the most abundant.

These are common home molds that can colonize the human body and produce toxins, volatile organic compounds and enzymes that can cause respiratory irritation.

The researchers also found a small increase in members of the family Cladosporium davidiellaceae Aurobasidium and in the family of Dothioraceae, some of which can survive in extreme conditions, such as the Antarctic ice. These fungi can feel right at home on any new planet they are.

NASA reveals space weapon to stop asteroids but what happens if it fails?

NASA reveals space weapon to stop asteroids but what happens if it fails?

NASA unveiled a space weapon that could prevent an apocalyptic land of asteroids hitting hidden but if the plan fails, Armageddon could be more real than we think.
Even theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking says it is only a matter of time until Earth, as we know, can be destroyed by an asteroid.

“This is not science fiction. It is guaranteed by the laws of physics and probability,” Professor Hawking said in a speech at the Starmus science festival this year.
He affirmed that if the human race did not begin to leave the Earth to another planet, that ran the risk of “annihilated”.

“Reclining in space will completely change the future of mankind. One can also determine if we have a future,” said Professor Hawking.
Science Daily reports Professor Alan Fitzsimmons astrophysicist also warns if an asteroid hits the earth, could destroy an entire city.

“More than 1800 potentially dangerous objects have been discovered so far, but there are many more waiting to find,” he said.

“Astronomers find the asteroids close to Earth every day and most are harmless. However, it is still possible that the next Tunguska surprise us, and although we are much better at finding the larger asteroids, it does us no good if We are not willing to do something about it.

The last major asteroid to collide with Earth was in 1908. The asteroid or comet of Tunguska exploded in a zone of forest in Siberia, flattening 2,000 square kilometers.

According to the source book of the Tunguska event, it was the largest impact event on Earth, with the estimated comet size between 60 and 190 meters wide. It is believed that the explosion would hit more than 80 million trees and have registered a magnitude of 5.0 or higher on the Richter scale.

Research on the event by the Italian researcher Giuseppe Longo, physicist at the University of Bologna, found that the explosion was able to destroy a city.

This year’s research from the University of Southampton has revealed that there would be winds and tsunami killers if an apocalyptic asteroid hits the ground.

Researchers say the winds caused by the asteroid could be more damaging than the asteroid itself and could eliminate millions.

The university said winds and shockwaves account for 60 percent of deaths if an asteroid struck Earth.

The researchers examined seven different asteroid impacts of the end of the world, such as heat, pressure, shockwaves, debris, tsunamis, wind gusts, seismic quake and crater, and shockwaves and gusts of wind were the More deadly.

“Shock waves from a peak of atmospheric pressure and can rupture internal organs, while gusts of wind have enough energy to make the human body work and flatten the forests,” the research said.

The investigation examined a number of different scenarios if an asteroid hit Berlin and London. If an asteroid was 50 meters wide and a blast of air traveled 20 kilometers and hit the two cities, it kills 1.2 million people in Berlin and more than 2.8 million people in London.

Scientists Discover Solar Cell That May Be The Most Efficient In The World

Scientists Discover Solar Cell That May Be The Most Efficient In The World

WASHINGTON: Scientists have developed a new solar cell that converts direct sunlight into electricity at 44.5 percent efficiency and could become the most efficient solar cell in the world.

The prototype incorporates several cells stacked in a single device capable of capturing almost all of the energy in the solar spectrum, the researchers said.

The approach developed by researchers at George Washington University (GWU) in the US Is different solar panels that could be seen on the roofs or in the fields.

The new device uses photovoltaic concentrators (CPVs), which use lenses to focus sunlight on tiny microscale solar cells.

Because of their small size – less than a square millimeter – solar cells using more sophisticated materials can be developed in a cost-effective way, according to the researchers.

Matthew lumb web of George Washington University
Matthew Lumb is the lead author of the study on the new solar cell
The stacked cell is almost like a sieve for sunlight, materials specialized in each energy layer of a specific set of absorption wavelengths.

When the light circulates in the battery, a little less than half of the available energy is converted into electricity.

In comparison, the most common solar cell makes today only a quarter of the energy available in electricity.

“Approximately 99 percent of the power contained in direct sunlight reaches the earth’s surface falls between wavelengths of 250 nanometers (nm) and 2500 nm, but conventional materials for multi-junction high efficiency solar cells It can not capture the entire spectral range, “said Matthew Lumb, lead author of the study published in the journal Advanced Materials Energy.

“Our new device is able to unlock the energy stored in them long-lasting photons, which are lost in conventional solar cells, and thus provides a path to the achievement of the final multiunion solar cell,” said M. Lumb.

Although scientists have been working towards the most efficient solar cells for years, this approach has two new aspects.

Firstly, it uses a family of materials based on gallium antimonide substrates (GaSb), which are normally found in applications of infrared lasers and photodetectors.

The new GaSb-based solar cells are assembled into a structure stacked with solar cells at high efficiency grown on conventional substrates that capture solar photons shorter wavelength.

In addition, the stacking procedure uses a technique known as transfer printing, which allows for a three-dimensional assembly of these small devices with a high degree of accuracy.

Although this particular solar cell is very expensive, researchers believe it is important to show the upper limit of what is possible in terms of efficiency.

Despite the current costs of the materials involved, the technique used to create the cells is very promising, according to the researchers….