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the process of transfer of assets of cooperative mills is targeted to be completed within eight months. Team Mamagoto FunAsian.said,We have lost everythingmoneytelevision and all other belongingsin the fire We are left with no money The state government should consider our plight and give us compensation?another slum-dweller said,My daughters wedding was scheduled to take place next month Howeverthe fire gobbled all the money we had saved for the marriage We are not just homeless but our lives have become difficult? He cites NSSO surveys to argue that hunger declined from 16 per cent of the population in 1983 to an incredible 1.the government has appointed IAS officer V Radha joint managing director (MD) of CIDCO. Rajnath Singh also targeted Pakistan.

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The realisation of that mistake dawned on us as soon as we arrived in Jaisalmer.and the patient was in a hospital till December 25, She died at the Jehangir Hospital while under care of Patil, ?and chowki-in-charge Somdutt Kaushik is admitted in hospital with injuries. Post-violencethe police detained around a dozen people for interrogation Curiously…* Police showed 315-bore pistols recovered from the alleged criminals Why did they use a knife to injure Naushad if they were carrying pistols* Naushad had knife injuries on his ear and fingers of both hands Why did alleged criminals not injure him more grievously if they wanted Naushad to not reveal details to the police For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: May 25 2009 11:59 am Related News TWO persons were killed in Kolkata in the aftermath of Cyclone Aila as the stormaccompanied by heavy showersraged through the city for over two hours Cyclone Aila hit the costal areas of West Bengal and the city of Kolkata at about noon on Monday The Kolkata police which issued a storm warning asked school authorities to declare a holiday and ensure that the children got back to their homes as early as possible It also appealed to private vehicle owners to get back to the safety of their homes Several thousand people left their homes in the coastal beltparticularly in areas like SunderbansDigha and Sagar Islands Reports were pouring in about embankments having been breached by high tidal waves frm the Bay of Bengal in the Sunderbans and Digha areas with many people having been evacuated to safer zones Kolkata presented the spectacle of uprooted trees blocking roadssign boardstraffic dividers and tree branches flying all around The Metro Railway has ceased to operate as the two terminal stations at Tollygune in South and Dum Dum in North were inundadated and the tracks were under water Suburban train services in Sealdah and Howrah have also been suspended for an indefinite period with rain water submerging the track in many places For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipanita Nath | Updated: February 22 2017 8:50 am The Hungry Hearts Supper Club in action Top News Who wants to attend a dinner party hosted by a woman who murders young men According to Greek mythology the Siren lured handsome sailors with her songs and plunged them to death in the deepest waters Two millennium ago she discovered that hospitality was a more profitable business and started organising theme dinners instead The latest edition was held at Oddbird Theatre in Chhattarpur Delhi from February 14 to 18 and targeted “surly” singletons cynical of Valentine’s Day romance Thirty people turned up each day and found that they were the only humans in the hall the table décor included dead roses and the first thing on the menu was Cream of Nightmare soup The Hungry Hearts Supper Club was organised by Mumbai-based group called Crow and combined immersive theatre with fantasy storytelling and food that was more than its sum of ingredients Crow’s previous performance was Floating Market where beings from different realms came together at Major Dhyan Chand Stadium to trade in products such as Pickled Santa and Falcon Eyes Far from being surly the singles mostly women at the dinner included an advertisement executive taking a break to travel a neuroscience student who was going abroad to study music instead an entrepreneur with two start-ups and a marketing professional with a firm of chartered accountants Non-human guests also dropped in from the Goddess of Fashion and the Charm Collector to the Exterminator Some humans took a few minutes — and a Monkey Juice (beer) — to get into the groove of being around magical folks but most readily suspended disbelief and plunged into conversations with these strange creatures Over a seven-course meal that included cheese from the Unreachable Mountains and root vegetables from the Unnamed Forest the borders blurred between the different kinds of people both human and mythical When the Siren led a song — different from the one she used to kill seamen — the hall joined in in varying timbres and pitches From the Siren to the Imp who assisted her as matre d’ each character came with an elaborate backstory They took turns to visit each table to regale humans with accounts of their adventures or in case of the Goddess of Fashion comments such as “Your T-shirt looks like it has escaped a terrible human conflict” “Doesn’t he seem to have emerged from a Victorian trash can” and “You have a radiant smile as if you’ve been handing out cookies to orphans all day” The Supper Club was an experience that was driven as much by the performers as by the enthusiasm of the audience The Charm Collector was the most popular with the ladies They bribed him with sugar cubes to tell them stories of his travels through various realms “The elves are the most fascinating chemists but what they lack are emotions and imagination They come to the Floating Market with the rest of us and they trade in the most elaborate courage or sulks in exchange for emotions a little bit of fear or some potted laughter” said the Charm Collector The Exterminator on the other hand liked dictators “because they are more efficient at getting their way including a certain man faraway with an orange mop” In the narratives were glimpses of Neil Gaiman’s worlds from the Floating Market to the Rat People of his novel Neverwhere but the bulk of the stories at the Supper Club were mythologies created and sustained by the performers Rahul Dua and Kainaz Contractor chefs of Cafe Lota and Rustom’s Parsi Bhonu sent out dishes that complemented the stories in name look and taste from the Gothic plates of root vegetable to a mushroom mousse called The Mushroom served in glazed terracotta cups “Every magical creature is afraid of The Mushroom The Mushroom is the ultimate parasite that robs an entity of its complete individuality It can take over an entire species” says Nayantara Kotian who has created the performance with Prashant Prakash The main course of Phoenix Pasta was plated like an island bordered by greenery Over the babble the Charm Collector recounted “Do you know how the Siren caught the phoenix for this dish The Phoenix is extremely vain quite like the Goddess of Fashion The Siren probably placed a mirror on the ground and hundreds of phoenix birds gathered around it” The Valentine Day heart appeared on the dessert platter as a passion fruit macaron which was served with litchi candyfloss elderflower pana cotta chocolate truffles and raspberry puree with strawberry slices Their fictional names were Spheres of Oblivion assorted flavours of chaos elderflower cloud panna cotta macaroons from an unknown bakery in Meherchand Market and strawberries for colour When the dinner ended the evening didn’t A guest announced that his table was headed to a jazz bar — and several others joined in Strangers who had met two hours before began exchanging phone numbers taking selfies and planning to catch up again The Siren’s dinner was a success For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe push to deliver antiretroviral drugs to all HIV-infected people who need them made another step forward last year but still has a long ways to go As of December 2008 4 million people in low- and middle-income countries were receiving the drugs up from 400000 in 2003 and 3 million in 2007 according to a progress report issued by the World Health Organization today But the document also notes that more than 5 million HIV-infected people still have no access to the life-saving medicine The situation regarding antiretrovirals for pregnant women to prevent mother-to-child transmission of the virus is also a good news/bad news story Although 45% of pregnant HIV-infected women received them—a jump of 10% from the previous year—more than half did not meaning many babies became infected even though a proven strategy exists to prevent that from happening Other prevention efforts to reach men who have sex with men and injecting drug users similarly are strugglingBig bill Legislation passed by the Senate would authorize $109 billion for highways and other transit projects over the next 2 years US Department of Transportation Less money more competition That’s what archeologists wildlife biologists and wetlands scientists who have gotten funding from a little-known transportation program will face with shrinking federal support if a massive highway bill approved by the US Senate becomes law But the bill also includes potentially hefty funding for mainstream transportation researchers By a 74 to 22 vote the Senate yesterday approved the $109 billion measure which reauthorizes government spending on major highway and transit projects for 2 years It authorizes the government to spend up to $400 million per year on transportation research and education activities including $70 million per year on university research centers But the bill also reorganizes and reduces funds for a "transportation enhancements" program which has pumped more than $50 million into archeology and environmental research projects since 1992 Last year a number of Republican senators had proposed eliminating or scaling back the Transportation Enhancements Program (TEP) which requires states to spend 10% of certain federal transport funds on enhancement projects Those can include 12 types of activities including building sidewalks and bike trails beautifying roadways and saving historic sites or building transportation museums States can also fund "archaeological planning & research" and "environmental mitigation" including efforts to prevent traffic from killing wildlife and to preserve wetlands In practice about 2% of overall transport budgets have gone to enhancements an amount that has totaled some $12 billion since 1992 About 75% of those funds were spent on walking and biking trails with environmental and archaeology projects getting less than 1% each Still TEP money has been important to those sparsely funded fields It has helped fund about 200 archeology projects for example and several hundred wildlife-related projects including the construction of tunnels that allow animals to safely cross busy roads TEP critics had argued that the government could no longer afford those projects in tough economic times but a majority of the Senate disagreed Lawmakers did significantly restructure and shrink the program in the new Senate legislation however which is officially known as Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21) MAP-21 calls for consolidating TEP with several other programs into an "additional activities" account and giving states and localities a greater say in spending It sets overall funding for the new account at $833 million which is about $313 million less than 2010 levels MAP-21 eliminates several categories of TEP funding—including museums—but expands the eligibility of certain types of wetlands projects In practice the changes mean that more candidate projects could be competing for a smaller pool of funds The action now moves to the House of Representatives which has so far failed to agree on its version of the bill One option which some Senators are pushing is for the House to take up the Senate bill easing the path to final passage and signing by the president House lawmakers are facing increasing pressure to act soon since the current highway bill expires at the end of March “By arresting Kovan for sedition, said police appear to have arrested Kovan for sedition in a misguided attempt to shield the CM from criticism. 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which is causing friction. He added: We must curb tendencies of disunity like different states fighting for river waterspopulism taking over good sense in administrative decisionsand communal intoleranceif we want our democracy to survive?health officials said today. reduced immunity,30 pm. The adaptation, Both Jain and Sharma resigned following public pressure.Ram Kishan Gujjar is another legislator facing trial as an additional accused in an abetment to suicide case after a local journalist was allegedly harassed to death.35 Euros/CER. 2009 4:05 pm Related News Feroz Khan, should you buy? Before we get to the all important question let me address things you need to know about the device 1 I get the feeling the infinite display of the Samsung Galaxy S8+ with its curved edges makes it a bit of a risky device to own Unless you have a tempered glass like screen guard that protects the edges of this phone one fall could end up destroying the screen Also because of glass on the edge the phone does not offer a great grip and this is where Samsung has played smart by making the device thinner from edge to edge So this is a device you have to guard with your life 2 Another issue I faced what that the phone tends to dial an emergency number on its own when stowed inside a bag of even a jeans pocket And this happens on the lock screen which is even stranger But at the end of the day none of these as are issues big enough to keep you away from the device not even the slight pink edge on top of the screen If you are looking to get hold of the best Android device in the market then this is right up there with the Google Pixel This phone might not have one killer feature like a dual camera but this is a near perfect phone like no other in the market now Only word of caution: don’t become a early bird while buying this phone and just wait for the first user reviews to come in especially those who have used it for a few weeks Day 4: No issues with performance I have used the Samsung Galaxy S8+ for well over a week and there has been absolutely no issues with performance There is absolutely nothing this phone can’t do and that is no exaggeration It handles everything from multi-tab browsing to 4K video recording without any issues It’s great for gaming too and try this phone to see how a benchmark test should actually be run However for those who look at these scores seriously it is still below the iPhone when it comes to Antutu rankings But that is immaterial as long as your experience as a user is unaffected The battery on the phone easily lasts a full working day I tried the phone on Jio 4G with a whole lot of surfing and very few calls The phone had no issues surviving from 9 am to 9 pm with this kind of a schedule Also thankfully the phone does not heat up at all and is as cool as a cucumber despite some heavy duty tasks This is a real achievement for any Android flagship Day 3: Now that is one camera Samsung has clearly played safe with the camera I’m saying this because it’s decided to go ahead with a no-nonsense camera at a time when most of its rivals especially Apple has at least one camera with a dual lens at the rear But the Samsung Galaxy S8+ camera is no push over In fact I want to say this is the best Android camera at the moment Take a look at the picture above shot at a dimly lit Noida restaurant the day I got hold of this phone While the details and the rich colours on this one awed me what I have seen in the week since has only reiterated my belief that this is one great camera It is there when you need it and manages a good shot as long as there is some light in the frame Samsung Galaxy S8+ can churn out some amazing photos The camera is also very quick with absolutely no lag between shots This means you need to be careful about when to click too And this is a very robust camera even when you are shooting 4K content The adaptive focus and light sensitivity work really well even while shooting these high definition videos And best of all the phone is able to stay very cool during the entire process Samsung Galaxy S8+ camera app does a lot There are some really fun add-ons for the camera like the live MSQRD-like animations for selfies as well as the rear camera There are multiple camera modes including a full manual one as well as preset modes for those who like an Instagramish feel for their images Samsung Bixby can get it right most of the times Bixby camera:Every time you switch on the camera app on the phone a strange icons shows on the left corner This is the Bixby camera app Click this and then snap an image of any object or monument for the intelligent Bixby assistant to figure out what it is But don’t expect it to give you exactly what the object is With most of the things I tried the results were close but not exact Day 2: Things you have to get used to Yes there are some things you have to get used to on this phone For starters there is no home button Good or bad there is a lot of muscle memory searching for a button under the screen every time you want to exit an app or return to the homepage It is not that Samsung has killed the home button it has just made it virtual So the home button comes to life when you press at the bottom end of the display The virtual button even has haptic feedback and gives you a jiggle of approval every time you push it So the virtual button mimics a physical home button to a large extent and you start getting used to it over time On the Samsung Galaxy S8 the home button has been replaced by a virtual one But the lack of a physical home button has resulted in other design problems for Samsung like where to put the fingerprint scanner Of course the obvious solution was toput it at the back However this is where Samsung has goofed up a bit if you ask me There is a perfect position to keep a fingerprint scanner on the back panel like LG has shown with its phones over the years But every other spot is a bit out of place as the S8+ shows With the scanner a bit to the right of the camera you place your finger and sort of have to send it on a search mission to find the right spot Your finger goes on a quest to find the scanner Thankfully the S8+ comes with multiple options to unlock the phone I preferred the face detection mode as I am not a big fan of the Iris scanner and the close up of my own eyes it throws up at me from time to time But the iris scanner as well as the face detection have small issues of their own They are both quite helpless when the light is low and the phone can’t clearly recognise the features of your face or the uniqueness of your iris So it is our dear old PIN to the rescue once again Day 1: What’s with the display Samsung Galaxy S8+ is a phone that ticks all the boxes However when the phone launched in New York watching the late night livestream I felt there was that one big bang feature missing Samsung it seems was clearly not banking on one feature but the power of many good things to make this phone a success The first feature that really hits you in the face quite literally is the Infinity Screen Having perfected the curved screen Samsung seems to have decided to push this new format which make it feel like the display just flows out This also gives Samsung the ability to pack a larger screen into a smaller build In fact it’s hard to believe that the S8+ has a 62-inch display when the phone is not larger than the iPhone 7 plus which has a smaller 55-inch screen I would say this is where Samsung has shown some real innovation There’s no other way to put it: Samsung Galaxy S8+ has a stunning display This display quality is great but that is not a big deal coming from Samsung who are experts in this space But the concept itself is brilliant and you will experience it best in a dimly lit room watching some high-resolution video file Soon you will focus just on the screen and feel like you are watching a large screen in a small room The ‘Infinity display’ is clearly the best screen on any phone at the moment However one small issue with experience above is that the audio quality could have been a lot better especially when you consider where some of Samsung’s rivals are pushing this This is not a big issue but these days all flagships have started offering top notch audio experiences For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by William Dalrymple And Anita Anand | Published: December 11 2016 12:01 am Game of thrones: Persian king Nader Shah on the Peacock Throne with members of the court after his victory at the Battle of Karnal created circa 1850 Top News In January 1739 the Mughal Empire was still the wealthiest state in Asia Almost all of modern India Pakistan Bangladesh and Afghanistan was ruled from the Peacock Throne — with the Koh-i-Noor still glittering from one of the peacocks on its roof Although it had been in decline for half a century and often wracked in internal conflict the Mughal Empire still ruled most of the rich and fertile lands from Kabul to the Carnatic Moreover its decadent and sophisticated capital Delhi with two million inhabitants larger than London and Paris combined was still the most prosperous and magnificent city between Ottoman Istanbul and Imperial Edo (Tokyo) Ruling this vast empire was the effete Emperor Muhammad Shah — called Rangila or Colourful the Merry-Maker He was an aesthete much given to wearing ladies’ peshwaz (long outer garment) and shoes embroidered with pearls; he was also a discerning patron of music and painting It was Muhammad Shah who brought the sitar and the tabla out of the folk milieu and into his court He also revived the Mughal miniature atelier and employed master artists such as Nidha Mal and Chitarman whose greatest works show bucolic scenes of Mughal court life… In reaction to the harsh Islamic puritanism of Aurangzeb’s era under Muhammad Shah (1702–48) Delhi saw an explosion of unrestrainedly sensual art dance music and literary experimentation…This was the age of the great courtesans whose beauty and notorious coquettishness were celebrated across South Asia Ad Begum would turn up stark naked at parties but so cleverly painted that no one would notice: “she decorates her legs with beautiful drawings in the style of pyjamas instead of actually wearing them; in place of the cuffs she draws flowers and petals in ink exactly as is found in the finest cloth of Rum” Her great rival Nur Bai was so popular that every night the elephants of the great Mughal omrahs completely blocked the narrow lanes outside her house yet even the most senior nobles had “to send a large sum of money to have her admit them…” But … Muhammad Shah ‘Rangila’ was certainly no warrior on the battlefield He survived in power by the simple ruse of giving up any pretence of ruling: in the morning he watched partridge and elephant fights; in the afternoon he was entertained by jugglers mime artists and conjurors Politics he wisely left to his advisers and regents… It was Muhammad Shah’s ill fate to have as his immediate western neighbour the aggressive Afshar Turkman Persian-speaking warlord Nader Shah Nader was the son of a humble shepherd who had risen rapidly in the army thanks to his remarkable military talents He was as tough humourless ruthless and efficient a figure as Muhammad Shah was lighthearted artistic chaotic yet refined… Unlike Muhammad Shah Nader was clearly no great lover of the arts He did however have a keen eye for jewels and was determined to invade India with a view to replenishing his treasury’s stock of Indian gemstones — something with which he knew that Mughal Delhi was overflowing… On 10 May 1738 Nader Shah began his march into northern Afghanistan… Less than three months later at Kurnal one hundred miles north of Delhi he defeated three merged Mughal armies — one from Delhi a second from Avadh and a third from the Deccan — in all around one million men with a force of only 150000 musketeers From the beginning it was clear that the Mughal army though huge was little more than an undisciplined rabble The Dutch East India Company representative in Delhi reported the massive force gathering six miles outside the city a sea of people “two miles wide by 15 miles long If this army were trained after the European model” he noted “it could conquer the whole world However there is no order; each commander does as he pleases”… A week later as supplies began to run out in the encircled Mughal camp Nader invited Muhammad Shah to pay a visit under a flag of truce The emperor accepted and foolishly crossed the battle lines with only a handful of attendants and bodyguards Invited for negotiations and magnificently entertained Muhammad Shah Rangila then found that Nader simply refused to let him leave His bodyguards were disarmed and Nader placed his own troops to stand guard over the Great Mughal The next day Nader’s troops went to the Mughal camp and brought over Muhammad Shah’s harem his personal servants and his tents Once they had gone over the Persians escorted the leading Mughal nobles across the battlefield to join their emperor By evening they had begun removing the Mughal artillery as well The next day the remaining Mughal troops now starving and leaderless were told they could go home… A week later surrounded by elite Persian Qizilbash troops in their distinctive red headdresses the two rulers marched towards Delhi side by side and entered the city together They made the journey seated on elephant back in an elevated howdah Muhammad Shah entered the citadel of Shahjahanabad in pin-drop silence on 20 March; the conqueror mounted on a grey charger followed on the 21st the day of Nau Roz with great fanfare Nader Shah took over Shah Jahan’s personal apartments leaving the emperor to move into the women’s quarters… Kohinoor: The Story of the World’s Most Infamous Diamond by William Dalrymple and Anita Anand Juggernaut 264 pages Rs 499 The following day was one of the most tragic in the history of the Mughal capital With over 40000 of Nader’s soldiers now billeted in the city many of them in people’s homes grain prices shot up When Nader Shah’s soldiers went to negotiate with the grain merchants at Paharganj near the present-day railway station the merchants refused to budge and a scuffle broke out Shortly thereafter a rumour spread that Nader Shah had been killed by a female palace guard Suddenly the mob began to attack Persian soldiers wherever they found them; by midday 900 Persians had been killed Nader Shah responded by ordering a massacre of the civilian population He left the Red Fort at sunrise the next day to supervise this in person Dressed in full battle armour he rode out to the golden mosque of Roshan ud-Daula half a mile down the Chandni Chowk from the Red Fort to oversee the retribution from the vantage point of its elevated terrace The slaughter began promptly at 9 am; the worst killings took place around the Red Fort in the Chandni Chowk the Dariba and the Jama Masjid where all the richest shops and the jewellers’ quarters were located “The soldiers commenced killing moving from house to house slaughtering and plundering the people’s property and carrying away their wives and daughters” remembered the historian Ghulam Hussain Khan… In all some 30000 citizens of Delhi were slaughtered: “The Persians laid violent hands on everything and everybody; cloth jewels dishes of gold and silver were acceptable spoil”… …Nizam ul-Mulk [ruler of the Deccan] appealed to Sa’adat Khan to ask Nader to put an end to the violence Sa’adat Khan [the Nawab of Avadh] ordered him out That evening Sa’adat Khan committed suicide by taking poison horrified at the disaster he had helped unleash The Nizam then went bareheaded with his hands tied with his turban and begged Nader on his knees to spare the inhabitants and instead to take revenge on him Nader Shah sheathed his sword and ordered his troops to stop the killing;… He did so however on the condition that the Nizam would give him 100 crore rupees before he left Delhi… In the days that followed the Nizam found himself in the unhappy position of having to loot his own capital city to pay the promised indemnity Delhi was divided into five blocks and vast sums demanded of each: “Now commenced the work of spoliation” wrote [the Delhi poet and historian] Anand Ram Mukhlis “watered by the tears of the people… Not only was their money taken but whole families were ruined Many swallowed poison and others ended their days with the stab of a knife… In short the accumulated wealth of 348 years changed masters in a moment” The Persians could not believe the riches that were offered to them over the next few days They had simply never seen anything like it Nader’s court historian Mirza Mahdi Astarabadi was wide-eyed: “Within a very few days the officials entrusted with sequestration of the royal treasuries and workshops finished their appointed tasks” he wrote “There appeared oceans of pearls & coral and mines full of gems gold and silver vessels cups and other items encrusted with precious jewels and and other luxurious objects in such vast quantities that accountants and scribes even in their wildest dreams would be unable to encompass them in their accounts and records” Astarabadi wrote: “Among the sequestered objects was the Peacock Throne whose imperial jewels were unrivalled even by the treasures of ancient kings: in the time of earlier Emperors of India two crores worth of jewels were used as encrustation to inlay this throne: the rarest spinels and rubies the most brilliant diamonds without parallel in any of the treasure of past or present kings were transferred to Nader Shah’s government treasury” On 16 May after fifty-seven catastrophic days in Delhi Nader Shah finally left the city carrying with him the accumulated wealth of eight generations of imperial Mughal conquest Th e greatest of all his winnings was the Peacock Throne in which was still embedded both the Koh-i-Noor and the Timur ruby Excerpted with permission of Juggernaut Books from Kohinoor: The Story of the World’s Most Infamous Diamond by William Dalrymple and Anita Anand available in bookstores and on http://s.wwwjuggernautin For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top News Ireland is to shed nearly 1000 PhD and postdoctoral posts in 2010 and 2011 as a result of severe government budget cuts This runs counter to the government’s stated policy of doubling the number of people who have PhDs Cuts in funding to Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) the public body responsible for investment in scientific and engineering research has forced it to reduce the numbers of doctoral and postdoc researchers it supports by 950 by the end of next year "This will hit the emerging talent the hardest" says a leading scientist who did not wish to be named "The problem is that we have a historically very narrow and small research community Efforts were made to improve that in the last couple of years However the new young PIs [primary investigators] or new team leaders don’t yet have the diverse sources of income Many of these rely on SFI but will be idle over the next 2 years—some will never recover" There are currently about 900 PhD candidates in the Republic of Ireland The government’s goal is to reach 1200 which is a doubling of the 600 PhDs in place when the policy was first formulated about 4 years ago However that goal looks a long way off given that SFI figures also show that there will be no new funding contracts approved this year nor will existing contracts be renewed The concern must be that PhD numbers could fall rather than rise Martin Hynes director of the Irish Research Council for Science Engineering and Technology a body that funds postgraduate students in Ireland admits the situation is "challenging" He adds: "The concern is what happens when the number of funded places drops by around 30% What happens to that capacity Do people opt to self-fund Can the faculties fund for a year until the PRTLI [Programme for Research in Third-Level Institutions—another public-funding body] resources come in There are quite a few unknowns around that" By: Indo-Asian News Service | London | Published: July 2 2015 11:59 am Adequate sleep every night may improve working life by reducing perceived job stress and minimizing negative attitude toward work Related News Adequate sleep every night may improve working life by reducing perceived job stress and minimizing negative attitude toward work says a study Disturbed sleep increases stress response and emotional reactivity the results showed “The effect of sleep problems on stress emphasises the importance of good sleep for functioning in everyday life” said lead author Torbjorn Akerstedt professor at Karolinska Institute in Stockholm Sweden The researchers analysed data from the 2008 and 2010 surveys of a study comprising 4827 participants with a mean age of 48 years including 2655 females and 2171 males Results showed that higher work demands predicted subsequent sleep disturbances at the two-year follow-up Similarly sleep disturbances predicted a higher perception of stress higher work demands a lower degree of control and less social support at work two years later The results suggest that there may be a reciprocal causal pathway between job strain and disturbed sleep implying that interventions to treat sleep problems may improve work satisfaction The study was published in the journal Sleep For all the latest Lifestyle 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