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says Tea Jashashvili of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles and the Georgian National Museum.his name has been floated but the final decision has to be made by the party high command, said a senior party leader Earlierthe party was even considering state Congress president Rita Bahuguna Joshi to contest from the seatwhich was vacated by BJPs Lalji Tandon after he won the Lucknow Lok Sabha seat The Congress ishoweveryet to announce its candidates for Jhansi and Lalitpur constituencieswhich too will go for bypolls But sources said that for Jhansithe party has almost finalised the name of a corporator from the region It is to be noted that the chief of state unit of NSUIRahul Royhad also applied for it Officials chosen for smooth conduct of bypoll Additional District Magistrate (Finance and Revenue) of Lucknow Ramakant Pandey has been made the officer in-charge (personnel) of the Lucknow West Assembly seat where bypoll will be held on November 7 He will be assisted by Deputy Collector Puneet ShuklaDistrict Science Information Officer Rashid Hussaid and Basic Education Officer V P Singh This was decided by Lucknow District Magistrate Amit Kumar Ghosh on Tuesday Ghosh also selected different officials for the conducting smooth polls A review meeting of the bypoll preparations will be held on Wednesday at the DM camp office For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNEW DELHI—India has announced the creation of a new program for climate studies the Indian Network of Climate Change Assessment (INCCA) Speaking in parliament on 3 December India’s environment minister Jairam Ramesh a mechanical engineer said the country needs to invest in the field because India is one of the “most vulnerable to climate change” but doesn’t produce its own research data Most relevant studies have been done by western scientists he said The new plan calls for setting up a network of 220 scientists at 20 institutions within India The government’s goal Ramesh explained is to develop an “independent and credible research capacity” Subodh K Sharma a climatologist and national project director for climate change at the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) says the government is commissioning 57 studies on a range of topics including the impact of climate change on agriculture forests oceans coastal zones and cities “The total funding is still being worked out but it could be of the order of $250 million over 5 years” says Sharma He notes that $4 million has already been earmarked over 3 years to gather satellite and ground-based data for a study of the impact of warming on Himalayan glaciers One of India’s aims said Ramesh is to counterbalance the “sensationalism going on in the name of climate science” MoEF last month released a study contesting the view—circulated by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in 2007—that global warming could cause the Himalayan glaciers to disappear by 2035 Ramesh cited this example and an earlier disagreement over the amount of methane produced by Indian agriculture as cases where Indian science could make a strong independent contribution Officials say the first full report on “India’s assessment” of climate change will be available by November 2010 Madhavan Nair Rajeevan a climatologist at the National Atmospheric Research Laboratory in Tirupati welcomed the national research initiative He says it “will help in focusing Indian research especially since climate change is a complex multi-disciplinary subject where India has really not contributed enough” As it prepared for the Copenhagen summit on climate change India said it will not accept binding limits on greenhouse gas emissions It declared instead a goal of reducing carbon emission intensity (carbon dioxide emitted per unit of GDP) by 20% to 25% below the 2005 levels by 2020 Some industry leaders have endorsed this pledge Jamshyd N Godrej chair of the Climate Change Council of the Confederation of Indian Industry here said “this reduction in emission intensity over the next 15 years is completely doable and will give the opportunity for India to lead by synchronizing a low carbon growth”Written by Hemani Bhandari | New Delhi | Updated: December 2 2015 2:10 pm Still from the play ‘Compunction’/ Theatreworms Production Top News Around the late 1960s there was a series of gruelling murders Seven girls all drugged and raped They were given a window of opportunity to feel the pain hate and remorse Compunction — or is it the lack of it that forms the underlying theme of well-known theatre director Kaushik Bose’s new production Bose’s Theatreworms Production is all set to raise the curtain on its newest play ‘Compunction’ a thriller on stage which he says is acutely dark and will keep the audience hooked to it till the last minute It will be performed at LTG Auditorium Copernicus Marg on November 28 and29 Written and directed by Bose a psychological thriller — experimented rarely on the Indian theatre scene — this play explores the human psyche of guilt or lack of it It takes one on a journey of a few forgotten cases of gruesome murders that renowned psychologist Deepa Thomas stumbles upon while treating one of her patients Omar Simultaneously she is dealing with a troubled marriage strained relation with her daughter and running against time to solve the cases Amid all the chaos she puts the life of her near ones in danger As the story unfolds “the truth revealed is shadowy and secrets are devastating” he said Bose’s last production ‘Flesh’ based on Devdutt Pattanaik’s ‘The Pregnant King’ was a commentary on LGBT (lesbian gay bisexual and transgender) issues plaguing the country in contemporary times by tracing it back to Hindu mythology but with ‘Compunction’ he enters unchartered waters “After ‘Flesh’ I wanted to do something new because it was emotionally draining and the new production had to evoke a different emotion At the very moment I thought of doing of a thriller” said Bose The 44-year-old director feels that one gets to see a lot of comedy satire social drama on stage but not many original thrillers which was one of the reasons he took on the challenge “In India I don’t see thrillers really happening on stage for essentially two reasons we don’t have a good script and we don’t have the technical expertise that a broadway production would have” he said Thriller plays in the country are mostly crime-centric with a whodunnit concept where one waits till the end for the big reveal believes Bose which is why with ‘Compunction’ he’s tried to venture into the “mind game” space Dealing with the challenge of creating the mystery needed in a thriller the National award-winning director says the play doesn’t use much of effects and sound to “forcefully” create that environment “There are effects on stage but they are certainly not employed to purposely scare the audience They remain in the backdrop What the play does is create fear in the mind where the audience will want to know what happens next There are characters who will draw you in with the story It’s the story that’s gripping and takes the lead creating the thrill” he added But the bigger challenge for him to was to give audience the clues for the final act yet keep ahead of them ‘Compunction’ is inspired by journalist Amrita Tripathi’s ‘The Sibius Knot’ and the idea germinated from one of the chapters of her book While thinking about creating a thriller he was reading the book and the story developed thereon After a preview of the play Bose said “One of my friends called it the darkest play he had ever seen and the other remarked that he could just never guess what was coming next… People will either love it or hate it” ‘Compunction’ will be performed at LTG Auditorium Copernicus Marg New Delhi on November 28 (7 pm) andNovember 29 (4 pm and 7 pm) Watch the trailer here: For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by ANI | Washington | Published: January 17 2010 1:09 pm Related News The method of using dental implants to replace teeth lost to an accidentgum diseases or tooth decay is becoming popular Sreenivas Kokachair of Mayo Clinic Department of Dental Specialtiesdiscusses the advantages of dental implants and what’s involved To place an implantan oral surgeon or periodontist cuts open the gum to expose the jawbone and then drills a small hole in the bone for the metal cylinder that serves as the implant All this is done when the patient is under anaesthesia “It’s almost like drilling a screw into the wall” Dr Koka said It takes three months for the area to heal and for the implant to fuse with the jawbone Patients may undergo a second procedure in which a postcalled an abutmentis attached or screwed down into the implant This can be done at the same time the implant cylinder is put in or after the area has healed In the final stepthe dentist attaches a realistic-looking artificial tooth to the implant or to the post The entire process takes about four months According to Dr Kokaa big advantage of the method is that an implant acts as a substitute for the roots of a natural tooth “If you are missing a single tooththis allows you to leave the other teeth around it alone” Dr Koka said “With a bridgeyou have to cut down the teeth on each side of the empty space so that a false tooth can be held in place by two crowns” Dr Koka added Almost any adult in reasonably good health is a candidate for dental implants Dr Koka says that patients often ask if osteoporosis would prevent them from getting dental implants It doesn’t Mayo Clinic research has shown that patients with osteoporosis or those taking oral bisphosphonates used to treat osteoporosis have about the same success rate as other patients And the success rates for dental implants are high — 90 to 96 per cent For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News to tune instruments, Apple posted an 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