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The Spaniard did so and then sat trackside on a foldable picnic chair, No.the population of Delhi has increased manifold. ?75,the WAR you did NOT know about….#TheGhaziAttack pictwittercom/k3Ts8sJ4qX — Karan Johar (@karanjohar) January 11 2017 The Ghazi Attack is directed by debutant Sankalp Reddy and is said to be partially based on his own book Blue Fish The film is bankrolled by PVP cinema and Matinee Entertainment and will hit the screens on February 17 this year It will be distributed by Karan’s Dharma Productions The sinking of Pakistan’s Ghazi During the Bangladesh war INS Vikrant was deployed and its Hawker Sea Hawk attack aircraft contributed immensely in air operations The Pakistan Navy responded with its long-range submarine PNS Ghazi Its job was to locate INS Vikrant When it failed to do so it decided to mine the port of Visakhapatnam which was the headquarters of Eastern Naval Command As PNS Ghazi began its operation of laying mines the Indian Navy dispatched INS Rajput to counter the threat Ghazi sank mysteriously while laying a mine with all 92 hands on board For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: July 31 2014 1:06 am Related News Two RSS-affiliated groups the Swadeshi Jagaran Manch and the Bharatiya Kisan Sangh seem to have successfully petitioned the environment minister to hold off field trials of genetically modified crops Only a week ago the statutory body for these decisions the Genetic Engineering Approval Committee (GEAC) had allowed farm trials of rice mustard cotton chickpea and brinjal ending a long stubborn and ill-founded resistance to the idea But that decision has now been frozen by the environment ministry repeating the folly of previous policymakers who gave in to fear-mongering instead of respecting the scientific consensus Most anxieties around the public health and environmental impact of GM crops whether about pesticide-resistant superweeds “terminator seeds” that are designed to be sterile or plants that contaminate their “natural” neighbours and eradicate biodiversity have been punctured by better research GM crops hold great promise for small farmers boosting yields and cutting pesticide costs They have been grown in the US China Brazil and many other countries and the rising demands of food security and the limits on land and water make it necessary to lean on science to raise yields Even in India farmers have opted for Bt crops pirating them when not available The use of Bt cotton quadrupled the crop within a decade making India a cotton-exporting country And yet the politics around GM crops which combines a reflexive suspicion of technology and capitalism has not stopped swirling in India even though the global movement is largely spent This activist absolutism has ended up swaying policymaking with environment ministers in the previous government equating their claims with that of rigorously tested peer-reviewed science and using “public hearings” to invalidate GM crops declaring moratoriums on trials This environment ministry must not make the same mistake of prohibiting research Given that those who remain suspicious can opt for the organic alternative it makes little sense to block the inputs and possibilities of science for others Scientific and disinterested farm evaluations are the only way to understand the case-by-case risks and benefits of each GM crop rather than siding with industry or NGO studies The government should urgently get moving on these as well as on framing strict regulatory standards to watch over the use of GM crops As a first step it should take the debate back from the ideologues For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAt what may now be his last press conference before the end of his decade-long term as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had hoped that history would judge him more kindly than the present The Economist after slamming his possible successor Narendra Modi does exactly that painting a more glowing picture of a man who it says may be being judged a little more kindly in the future The newspaper points tohis ‘quiet zeal for economic reform’ admitting it may have been a little too quiet and the fact that he had made a sustained case for the markets unlike either Sonia Gandhi or Modi has shown any inclination towards Goodbye and thanks for the decade PTI Image Singh’s economic record could be better it notes; but he did ensure the economy more than doubled in size reduce ballooning subsidies on fuel and through the civil nuclear deal with the US allow uranium to be imported for India’s nuclear plants But as the Economist acknowledges and Firstpost’s R Jagannathan pointed out earlier it was Singh’s inability to do the right thing especially when confronted with ministers who didn’t believe in the same level of probity as him that has made him this big a target for criticism When it came to standing up for the country’s interests Singh certainly played weak and his honesty was restricted to not enriching himself when he could Worse he proved weak even while dealing with his own cabinet colleagues noted Firstpost’s R Jagnnathan The Economist also harks back to its original stance on Modi saying that Singh embodied the best of inclusion and tolerance and that while the BJP candidate may succeed him whether he will be able to embody these very qualities remains in doubt India and the newspaper may just get five years to find out New York: Robots are unreliable in case of fire or other emergency situations but people trust them blindly according to a new study People may trust a robot too much for their own safety in case of emergency situations but the machine has proven itself unreliable "People seem to believe that these robotic systems know more about the world than they really do and that they would never make mistakes or have any kind of fault" said Alan Wagner a senior research engineer in the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) In a mock building fire designed to determine whether or not people would trust a robot designed to help them evacuate a high-rise researchers were surprised to find that the test subjects followed the robot’s instructions even when the machine’s behaviour should not have inspired trust Representational photo Getty Images The researchers recruited a group of 42 volunteers most of them were college students and asked them to follow a brightly coloured robot that had the words "Emergency Guide Robot" on its side The robot led the study subjects to a conference room where they were asked to complete a survey about robots and read an unrelated magazine article The subjects were not told the true nature of the research project In some cases the robot which was controlled by a hidden researcher led the volunteers into the wrong room and travelled around in a circle twice before entering the conference room For several test subjects the robot stopped moving and an experimenter told the subjects that the robot had broken down Once the subjects were in the conference room with the door closed the hallway through which the participants had entered the building was filled with artificial smoke which set off a smoke alarm When the test subjects opened the conference room door they saw the smoke and the robot which was then brightly-lit with red LEDs and white "arms" that served as pointers The robot directed the subjects to an exit in the back of the building instead of directing them towards the doorway marked with exit signs that had been used to enter the building "We expected that if the robot had proven itself untrustworthy in guiding them to the conference room people wouldn’t follow it during the simulated emergency" said Paul Robinette a GTRI research engineer who conducted the study as part of his doctoral dissertation "Instead all of the volunteers followed the robot’s instructions no matter how well it had performed previously We absolutely didn’t expect this" The research is scheduled to be presented on 9 March at the 2016 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction in Christchurch New Zealand Earlier research has shown that people often don’t leave buildings when fire alarms sound and that they sometimes ignore nearby emergency exits in favour of more familiar building entrances

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