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The government now needs to bring about more reforms. Bal Govind Noida Cowing down KUDOS to the hard-hitting editorial Draconian (IEJanuary 4) against Madhya Pradeshs cow slaughter law It not only militates against our liberal and accommodating democracy but also shows how anachronistic we can be in the modern world The enactment of this law defies its stated purpose of promoting public interest and communal harmony What is moreit exposes how our parties take recourse to hidebound opinions to further their narrow political interests It is no wonder that because of its narrow political agendathe BJP is failing to hold sway all over the country Satwant Kaur Mahilpur The presidential assent to the new law against cow slaughter in Madhya Pradesh is welcome since it takes cognizance of the religious sentiments of many people in the state Howeverthe form in which it has been passed will make it repressive It will put more power in the hands of the authorities who may use it in unethical ways The law needs several amendments Virendra Kumar Singh New Delhi Khan will do FORMER Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf cajoling Imran Khan is nothing short of sneaking a backdoor entry into Pakistan Considering Khans popularitythe prospect of his ruling the country cannot be ruled outeven as the incumbent PPP is embroiled in scandals and its bad relations with the US Deepak Chikramane Mumbai For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Reuters | Washington | Published: May 1 2009 11:44 am Related News The new virus that has killed as many as 177 people and spread globally is a mongrel that appears to have mixed with another hybrid virus containing swinebird and human bitsUS researchers reported on Thursday Raul Rabadan and colleagues at Columbia University in New York analyzed the published genetic sequences from the H1N1 virus that has brought the world to the brink of a pandemic “The closest relatives to the virus we have found are swine viruses” Rabadan said in a telephone interview “Six segments of the virus are related to swine viruses from North America and the other two from swine viruses isolated in Europe/Asia” they wrote in the online journal Eurosurveillance The US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention said last week after discovering this virus in two US children that it had four virus types two swinean avian and a human component It may be even more complex than that Influenza viruses mutate constantly and they also swap genetic material with one another promiscuouslyespecially if an animal or person is infected with two strains at once Rabadan’s team said this particular strain looked partly like another hybridor what scientists call a reassortantvirus “The North American ancestors are related to the multiple reassortantsH1N2 and H3N2 swine viruses isolated in North America since 1998” they wrote “In particularthe swine H3N2 isolates from 1998 were a triple reassortment of humanswine and avian origin” Scientists can study those genetics to try to track the origin of the new virus Mexican officials have denied it came from pigs in Mexico and pork producers have been battling rumours it could have come from pig farms there Rabadan said the findings did not show the virus came directly from pigs “We don’t know how long this virus has been in humans” he said Many different influenza strains are circulating at any given time and pandemic strains the ones that cause global outbreaks from a whole new strain are believed to have come from animals “We know that with the two pandemics in 1957 and 1968 they were coming from a mixture of human and avian viruses” Rabadan said The H1N1 strain that caused the far more serious 1918 pandemic appears to have been virtually a pure avian strainaccording to published analyses For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | London | Updated: September 30 2016 5:01 pm Sam Allardyce was sacked on Tuesday after the FA said he had behaved inappropriately following secret filming that showed him offering advice to businessmen on how to circumvent rules on player transfers (AP Photo) Top News Police have asked to see transcripts relating to an investigation into alleged corruption in English soccer before they can be released to the Football Association (FA) the Daily Telegraph reported on Friday The newspaper said it still intended to provide the FA with “the relevant transcripts” as it had stated it would earlier in the week “However the police have asked to review this information first The FA and the Premier League are aware of this” the paper added in a statement The FA had earlier urged the newspaper to provide “full and unfettered disclosure of all available material” from the investigation The newspaper’s revelations have so far led to England manager Sam Allardyce and Barnsley assistant manager Tommy Wright losing their jobs The long-running investigation by the newspaper also suggested eight current and former Premier League managers had received ‘bungs’ or illicit payments for player transfers Southampton assistant manager Eric Black was the latest to be named in the newspaper investigation and has denied the allegations Stoke City manager Mark Hughes told reporters on Friday that any wrongdoers should be named without delay “If there’s evidence certain individuals have been involved in things they shouldn’t have been then it’s important those guys are named because if they aren’t then everybody else is guilty by association by virtue of being a manager or coach in football” he said Second tier Queens Park Rangers said they were unable to proceed with an internal investigation into the conduct of manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink because of the lack of detailed information “We urge The Telegraph to provide full disclosure of all its information relating to the allegations including video footage and a full transcript of the discussions that took place” Rangers said in a statement “The club believes this information should not be provided selectively but unedited and unconditionally in order for the club to view the full context and the sequence of what was said by all parties to include in its investigation” The FA said in its statement that it would be meeting with City of London Police next week “The FA treats any allegations of this nature seriously and is committed to investigating them thoroughly in conjunction with any other appropriate body” it added Allardyce was sacked on Tuesday after the FA said he had behaved inappropriately following secret filming that showed him offering advice to businessmen on how to circumvent rules on player transfers For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: May 14 2016 1:06 am Related News FOUR MONTHS after Supreme Court ordered a CBI probe into BSP leader Raju Pal’s murder case in 2005 a team of agency officers on Friday met his wife Pooja Pal — a BSP MLA — in Allahabad Raju was shot dead and his supporters injured in Allahabad’s Dhoomanganj area in January 2005 Pooja — who had got married to Raju only nine days before he was killed — had blamed gangster-turned-politician Atiq Ahmed and his brother Ashraf for the murder Raju had defeated Ashraf in an Assembly bypoll which was necessitated following Atiq’s election as Lok Sabha MP in 2004 Share This Article Related Article Pooja a two-term BSP MLA from Allahabad West had then got an FIR lodged against 11 people which included the two brothers duo and their supporters When the state government transferred the investigation to UP’s Crime Branch-CID six more were made accused in the supplementary chargesheet that was filed Ashraf who was absconding with a reward of Rs 1 lakh on his head was arrested in 2011 At present all the 17 accused are out on bail Pooja has alleged that the UP Police has not conducted a proper investigation and several witnesses have turned hostile Accusing the police of manipulating evidence she had said while it has been stated in its records that Raju’s body was handed over to his cousin after the postmortem examination no one from her family had recieved the same In 2006 Pooja first approached the Allahabad High Court which rejected her plea for a CBI investigation She later moved the Supreme Court In January this year the SC ordered a CBI probe and asked the agency to conclude its investigation preferably within six months WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: February 18 2017 4:41 pm Shreyas Iyer remained unbeaten on 85 at end of Day 2 against Australia (Source: File) Top News Before playing India in the solitary Test in Hyderabad which they went on to lose Bangladesh played a warm-up game against India A In that match playedin the same city Shreyas Iyerscored a hundred alongside a ton for Priyank Panchal There was a ton later on by Vijay Shankar too But on Day 2 in Mumbai at the Brabourne Stadium? We saw him again and again. BMC had granted permission for construction of only five floors. England and Bangladesh on his way to 1, 2016 3:56 am From May 16, To prosecute against a member of the armed forces for abuses under the AFSPA, WATCH VIDEO |? “Mustak and Raju were involved in drug trafficking. cow dung), healthy and Merry Christmas to baby Taimur and also to his parents.

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