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For all the latest Opinion News, ranked 413,fungus and can help assuring a sound state of health. (Compiled by Anuradha Mascarenhas) For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by TUHIN DUTTA | Gurgaon | Published: May 24 2012 2:02 am Related News Malfunctioning of equipment at the toll plaza has been holding up traffic on the Delhi-Gurgaon expressway for the last couple of days Though the Delhi Gurgaon Super Connectivity Limited (DGSCL) officials denied reports of equipment malfunctioningsources said on Tuesdaythere was a major traffic snarl on the stretch with vehicles queuing up till Mahipalpur on the Delhi side According to sourcesmany of the computers in the toll booths have been malfunctioning due to which booth attendants were finding it difficult to manage the boom barriers properly Since the boom barriers are computer-controlledfaulty keyboards are holding up the entire process Once a receipt is processedthe booth operator has to press a key to lift the barrier But many of the keyboards have parts missing andas a resultit takes a longer time to lift the barrier This is affecting the smooth functioning at toll booths? One has given 30 to 40 international players and won the Ranji Trophy 44 times and it gets compared with a state that doesn’t even have 15 quality players. it was too late.There is also some new evidence suggesting sunlight may boost the immune system to help resist bacterial infections, he added For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Published: December 7 2017 2:02 pm Scientists have discovered the farthest known supermassive black hole – a matter-eating beast that is 800 million times the mass of our Sun Related News Scientists have discovered the farthest known supermassive black hole – a matter-eating beast that is 800 million times the mass of our Sun Astronomers combined data from NASA’s Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) with ground-based surveys to identify potential distant objects to study then followed up with Carnegie Observatories’ Magellan telescopes in Chile Researchers identified candidates out of the hundreds of millions of objects WISE found that would be worthy of follow-up with Magellan “This black hole grew far larger than we expected in only 690 million years after the Big Bang which challenges our theories about how black holes form” said Daniel Stern of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in the US For black holes to become so large in the early universe astronomers speculate there must have been special conditions to allow rapid growth – but the underlying reason remains mysterious The newly found black hole is voraciously devouring material at the centre of a galaxy – a phenomenon called a quasar This quasar is especially interesting because it comes from a time when the universe was just beginning to emerge from its dark ages The discovery will provide fundamental information about the universe when it was only 5 percent of its current age “Quasars are among the brightest and most distant known celestial objects and are crucial to understanding the early universe” said Bram Venemans of the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy in Germany The universe began in a hot soup of particles that rapidly spread apart in a period called inflation About 400000 years after the Big Bang these particles cooled and coalesced into neutral hydrogen gas However the universe stayed dark without any luminous sources until gravity condensed matter into the first stars and galaxies The energy released by these ancient galaxies caused the neutral hydrogen to get excited and ionise or lose an electron The gas has remained in that state since that time Once the universe became re ionised photons could travel freely throughout space This is the point at which the universe became transparent to light Much of the hydrogen surrounding the newly discovered quasar is neutral That means the quasar is not only the most distant – it is also the only example we have that can be seen before the universe became re-ionised “It was the universe’s last major transition and one of the current frontiers of astrophysics” said Eduardo Banados astronomer at Carnegie Observatories in the US For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shailaja Bajpai | Published: June 27 2013 5:24 am Related News Disaster coverageas from Uttarakhandis heartrending It could do without the sound effects For onceit didnt matter that the TV anchors were trying to pick a fight about something : was the Himalayan Tsunami (CNN-IBN) a man-made blunder of gigantic proportions or was it an irresistible force of nature Was Narendra Modi playing a disastrous game of politics by visiting the areas devastated by the floods or had Rahul Gandhi missed a trick or two by visiting them too late For onceyou werent listening to these contrived fights theylike so much elsehad been swept aside by the fury of the water Insteadyou listened to the voices of the people stranded in Uttarakhand what you heard was enough to make you press the mute button and observe two-minutes of silence Scores of TV crews from all the news channels scaled hills and mountainsclimbed into army chopperswaded through the floods to report the devastation Out of breath and breathless at what they sawthey interviewed survivorsshattered fragile people with pitiful storiesspeaking in strangled voices choked with tears: Shashikant Patates family was stranded in a jungle and last heard from a week earlier (CNN-IBN); Radhey Shyam had lost his wife and daughter-in-law (NDTV 24×7); Lata survived on channas for seven days but saw many others who had died (India TV); Brij Mohanover 80 years old from Ghaziabadmade it home but now lies in bedmourning his two lost friends (News 24); Chanchal travelled with his brotherstheir wives and children only Chanchal has lived to tell the tale (ABP) Every daynew voicesthe same story: people bemoaning their human conditioncriticising the governmentscrying for help and out of helplessness Again and againwe were shown visuals of the floodsthe rivers destructive spatethe buildings collapsing like powder puffsentire villages flattened TV news was as unsparing as the river had been: 32000 stranded people to be saved in 24 hours announced News 24 on Saturday evening Since thenthe numbers of those still to be rescuedthose who have diedebb and flow with the waters The conflicting figures cause confusion: the Uttarakhand chief minister underscores the numbersthe survivorslike Latasay manymany people died Every TV crew that could get onto a chopper was flying over the worst affected areas and bringing us heartrending accounts You wondered if they were taking up too much valuable space in the helicoptersjust like the politicians they accused of hampering the relief efforts hadnt they heard of news pools Why doesnt the Indian media come together in such moments and share resources The impact of the ceaseless coverage on those waiting for someone to return home is worrying What must it be like to watch the newsnot knowing if family members or friends are deadaliveandif alivelost or found The only uplifting news has been of the effort and courage of the armed forces They brought sanity and order to the ordeal And we saw their heroicsapplaudedfelt reassured Television news coverage of their herculean efforts only reinforced our faith in them as the only agency that seems to work in the country But we could do without the music Not quite sure what purpose it serves to have a sorrowful musical accompaniment to the wailing of bereaved human beings or the angry tsunami Why orchestrate the sad music of humanity It rained in Birmingham toobut we were spared the violins or trumpets when play started in the Champions Trophy final between England and Pakistan Those of us who managed to stay awake saw India wade into Englands lower order and emerge winners good to see Shikhar Dhawan publicly condole the Uttarakhand floods so there was something to cheer about momentarily especially as the IPL fixing has disappeared from the news like the missing people in Uttarakhand Nitish Kumar gave interviews to all-comers last week Saw him on Times NowCNN-IBN and NDTV 24×7 Times Now and CNN-IBN claimed to have got the first interview with him (perhaps the third did too) after the JD (U) parted wavessorryways with the BJP This is the second great Indian television trick: the first is when guests appear simultaneously on different channels live. 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