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Written by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: July 10” About 90 percent of transactions were done via mobile. Ma’s company spent billions buying into grocers, on the other hand, the National Council echoed the RSS demand for a panel to review reservation: “…A high level committee should be constituted soon comprising prominent persons from public life,but she’s considered psychotic and a scary, virus responsible for initial infection and then track changes within the virus as it was targeted by the immune system. 2009 12:37 am Related News As the counting of votes for Pune,satellite city? Fed.

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But a government official maintained that “following a review, actor-turned-politician Vinod Khanna of BJP is maintaining an unassailable lead over Punjab Congress chief Partap Singh Bajwa from Gurdaspur seat.Nothing can be said in this regard till the deadline for the submission of the bids ends, said Meshram For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top NewsA team of astronomers has found the best evidence yet for the very first generation of stars ones made only from ingredients provided directly by the big bang Made of essentially only hydrogen and helium these so-called population III stars are predicted to be enormous in size and to live fast and die young Until recently many astronomers had thought they would never be able to see such stars because they would have all burned and died in the universe’s early history—too far for us to see But using new instruments on the world’s top telescopes the team found a uniquely bright galaxy that seems to bear all the hallmarks of containing population III stars “The evidence is strong They did a careful job” says Avi Loeb chair of Harvard University’s astronomy department Theorists predict that the clouds of gas in the early universe would have remained relatively warm from the big bang and so would resist condensing down to form stars Mixing in a small amount of heavier elements helps gas clouds cool because those elements are easier to ionize and so shed heat as radiation But those heavy elements hadn’t yet formed in the early universe so stars grew to enormous sizes—hundreds or even a thousand times as big as our sun—before their cores were dense enough to spark fusion Once they did get started they burned fast and hot emitting lots of ultraviolet light and burning out in a few million years It was such burning that created the heavier elements that now populate the universe Fusion in the cores of stars meld light atoms into heavier ones all the carbon oxygen iron and everything else needed to make dust clouds planets and life These heavier elements are scattered around when a star ends its life and explodes So all the gas that exists in the universe now has a smattering of heavier elements which allow it to cool more easily As a result stars tend to be smaller burn less brightly and live longer than their ancient forebears Scientists thought population III stars probably resided in small dim primordial galaxies that astronomers would never see But a team led by David Sobral of the University of Lisbon carried out a survey with the 82-meter Subaru Telescope at Mauna Kea Hawaii of galaxies shining brightly at ultraviolet wavelengths back as far as about 800 million years after the big bang when the universe was about 6% its current age They found an unexpected number of bright candidates To rule out other possible objects that shine in the ultraviolet they made follow-up observations of the two most promising sources using Europe’s Very Large Telescope in Chile the Keck telescopes on Mauna Kea and the Hubble Space Telescope The more interesting of the two a galaxy dubbed CR7 proved to be the brightest galaxy yet found in the early universe—three times as bright as the previous record-holder As well as its strong ultraviolet light from ionized hydrogen it emitted a strong signal from helium—an expected signature from a galaxy of population III stars—but nothing else suggesting that the stars lacked heavier elements “There was no trace of other lines only helium and hydrogen” Sobral says Looking at CR7 more closely with Hubble the team made out three distinct regions with different emissions: one looking distinctly like population III stars and the others containing cooler more normal stars the team will report in an upcoming issue of The Astrophysical Journal This Sobral says suggests a wave of star formation through the galaxy with the first region to start shining later burning out and population III stars starting up elsewhere and so on Such a wave at this stage of the universe’s evolution “would be what you would expect” Loeb says “This field of first-generation stars and galaxies was mostly theoretical until recently” Loeb says “It’s gratifying to see evidence that these are real things” Mark Dijkstra of the University of Oslo cautions however that there are still some unexplained aspects of CR7 such as why such a massive population III galaxy would exist so long after the big bang “Even if CR7 is not powered by population III stars at all it will at least give us new insights into galaxy (and possibly black hole) formation in the early universe” But Sobral says the group’s survey has already turned up “even more spectacular” candidates “This is just the beginning” he saysPOTSDAM GERMANY—Germany is in the throes of World Cup frenzy having advanced last night to the tournament’s quarterfinals Thank you @Andre_Schuerrle . You saved most fans from a possible heart attack today. #aneurerseite #onyourside pictwittercom/CZlDi16B16 — DFBfansworldwide (@DFBfanswrldwide) July 1 2014 But how might you know you’re watching the tournament with some of the nation’s foremost earth scientists 1 Grad students from several German science institutes have set up a tent to watch the game below a graceful 19th century meteorological facility on Potsdam’s historic Telegraph Hill 2 It’s a sunny early evening when the game kicks off so the researchers reduce the glare in their tent using SCIENCE—posters describing their work (One poster here) 3 After a long day analyzing data the scientists recharge with beer provided in bins usually reserved for field equipment or samples taken on field studies 4 Despite their physical science pedigree your hosts have harnessed the power of psychology to pay for the alcohol 5 Discussion of the wet conditions on the field in Recife Brazil turns to climatological issues naturally One scientist explains that the city’s low latitude drives the rainy tropical weather “I just analyzed this city for sea level” says another Matthias Mengel of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research 6 Occasional lapses in the online video stream are met with preternatural calm (Locked 0-0 at halftime a vague sense of tension is broken with Frisbee and an impromptu slackline) 7 German ambivalence about overt nationalism is perhaps more pronounced with nerdy scientists—many are pokerfaced But in the 55th minute Germany scores and joy ensues “Usually us scientists are working pretty separately so it’s good to get together and meet one another” says Nadja Torres a student in geomicrobiology at the GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences after Germany holds on to win 8 (Elsewhere German crowds are more rowdy) Here’s fans at a Munich bar enjoying an earlier game (Eli a contributing correspondent for Science is attending a summer school on Arctic issues in Potsdam)Written by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: August 30 2009 1:30 am Related News Abbas Kazmiappointed by the court to defend arrested terrorist Ajmal Kasabhas not been receiving his legal aid fee of Rs 2500 per effective day of the 26/11 trial Kazmi says several requests from him to the Sessions Court finance department for the fee have fallen on deaf ears He was appointed Kasabs lawyer around four months ago I have not received a single penny so far All the costs have been borne by me?s remuneration was hiked. 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Bishop calls for prayer as Colombians says ‘no’ to peace…

first_img Rector Shreveport, LA Rector Tampa, FL Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Press Release Service Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Rector Martinsville, VA Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem Rector Collierville, TN Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Rector Albany, NY Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Submit a Press Release Featured Events Associate Rector Columbus, GA Youth Minister Lorton, VA Tags Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest Episcopal churches throughout the Diocese of Colombia have stood with Colombians affected by the conflict. They have provided pastoral care, and humanitarian assistance and shelter to those affected by and internally displaced more than a half-century of armed conflict. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News Service[Episcopal News Service] Colombia Bishop Francisco Duque is calling for prayer in the aftermath of an Oct. 2 popular vote in which voters narrowly rejected a peace deal that would have ended more than 50 years of armed conflict between the government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC.“We call on the church to pray a lot so that the necessary accord is reached and so that we can all live as brothers,” said Duque. “Let’s achieve a peace that brings justice, reparations and not repetition.”Sunday’s vote defied polls that predicted overwhelming support for the peace accord. With a total of 99.8 percent of all ballots tallied, 50.2 percent of voters rejected the accord, and 49.8 percent voted “yes” for peace.“We’re still in shock. We haven’t processed the results yet. It was a vote based on emotion, opinion. The people who showed up to vote ‘no’ didn’t want to let anyone know their opinion before so they wouldn’t be judged, but when they went to the polls they expressed themselves,” said Duque in an Oct. 3 interview with Episcopal News Service.“Earlier polling projected that more than 60 percent of the population would vote yes, but the reality was very different, and many people didn’t even turn out to vote,” he said.Less than 38 percent of voters went to the polls.The “no vote” put an end to four years of peace talks. The Colombian government and the FARC, the largest guerrilla group in the country, have been negotiating in Havana, Cuba.The referendum wasn’t legally necessary to implement the peace accord negotiated between the government and FARC. However, the president of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, thought that a popular vote would lend legitimacy to the accord.On the night of Oct. 2, Santos regretfully recognized the referendum’s outcome. “Today I address the country as president of all Colombians, of both those who voted yes and those who voted no. I called for a referendum. The majority, be it by a very narrow margin, said ‘no.’ I am the first to recognize the result,” he said.Via Twitter on Oct. 2 the FARC wrote: “To the Colombian people who dream of peace, [you can] count on us. Peace will prevail.”In June, the government and the FARC signed a historic ceasefire, which Santos said on Oct. 4 that he would extend until Oct. 31.The guerilla leader, Rodrigo Londoño, alias “Timochenko,” issued a statement confirming the ceasefire from Cuba following the vote’s results. “FARC-EP reiterates its willingness to use only words as weapons for building toward the future,” he wrote.Duque indicated that the reaffirmation of the ceasefire is a hopeful sign.“The people have had doubts about what the FARC will get [after the accord], but all of us want an end to the war. As a church we see our role will be to reconcile brothers with such polarized opinions and to pursue building peace together,” he said.Though, he added, the church recognizes that the way forward will not be easy.Last May, before the ceasefire, the Episcopal Diocese of Colombia agreed at a national convention to support the peace process, offering the government its facilities as “spaces for exercises in reconciliation to succeed in building a sustainable peace.”(The Episcopal Diocese of Colombia is one of seven dioceses that make up the Episcopal Church’s ninth province, which covers Central and South America and the Caribbean.)Colombians most affected by the war voted ‘yes.’ Since the mid-1960s government forces, left-wing guerrillas and right-wing paramilitaries have been fighting a civil war rooted in inequality that has killed more than 220,000 Colombians. Some 6.7 million people are displaced inside Colombia, about 13 percent of the 47 million inhabitants. Another 360,000 refugees have fled abroad, most to Ecuador – which hosts the largest number of refugees in Latin America, and another 170,000 have fled to Venezuela.Churches throughout the Diocese of Colombia have stood with those affected by the conflict. They have provided pastoral care, and humanitarian assistance and shelter to Colombians affected by and internally displaced more than a half-century of armed conflict.The church also has assisted Colombian refugees to rebuild their lives in Ecuador.According to information gathered by the magazine Semana of Colombia, a majority of voters in areas most affected by armed conflict supported the peace accord. In mountainous regions like Chocó, Caquetá, and Nariiño where the presence of war lingers, more than 60 percent of the votes were “yes” votes for peace.Former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe led the “no vote,”  saying it was too lenient on the rebels.— Clara Villatoro is a freelance journalist based in El Salvador. 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