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RTI activist Valmiki Yadav (40) and associate Dhramendra Yadav (34) were shot near their village Bichwe around 7 pm,The Times of IndiaquotedJamui SDPO Rampukar Singh as saying Officials said that theaccused first attacked thevictims with rods and sticks before shooting them Representational image Reuters An investigation has been launched into the incident Yadav is said to have exposed several rackets and financial irregularities in the public welfare schemes and developmental works in the district This is thethirdsuch incident of violent crime against RTI activists in the state in the past three months On 20 June 65-year-old RTI activist Rajendra Singh was shot dead by unidentified assailants in East Champaran district A resident of Rajpur village Singh was returning from Kutchery in Motihari at night when unidentified persons sprayed bullets on him He died on the way to the hospital Singh had exposed several discrepancies in the Indira Awas Yojana teachers’ appointment and Life Insurance Corporation In April two unidentified gunmen shot dead RTI activist Jayant Kumar in Bihar’s Vaishali district The assailants fled the scene on a bike immediately after the incident With inputs from agencies The Indian senior women’s team openedtheir 2020 AFC Women’s Olympic Qualifying campaign with a 1-1 draw against Nepal on Thursday The first half was an open affair with India creating more chances than Nepal However they did not have the best of starts as centre-back Sweety Devi was forced off due to injury in just the eighth minute and was replaced by Manisha Panna The Indian team pose before their match against Nepal AIFF With the Indian defence still finding its feet after Sweety’s injury the Nepalese forwards made the most of the situation as captain Niru Thapa scored from close range thanks to a low ball from the left flank India immediately responded to the early setback and created a flurry of chances in the next few phases of play with Grace Dangmei exerting a lot of influence down the right wing and Sanju Anju Tamang and Bala Devi all coming close to opening the scoring for Maymol Rocky’s side In the 29th minute coach Rocky made a tactical switch by replacing Anju with the experienced Kamala Devi The move paid rich dividends as Kamala levelled the score for India after some excellent play by Sanju from the left as she cut past her marker and delivered an inch-perfect cross The second half saw India start off on the front foot as Kamala’s volley from the penalty box arc went inches over the bar At the hour mark keeper Aditi Chauhan proved her worth yet again with a fine save as she denied Nepal striker Sabitra from just eight yards out In the 67th minute Nepal launched an attack down the right and looked to get the ball in a dangerous situation but Ratanbala Devi who came on in the 55th minute produced a terrific tackle inside the penalty area The last quarter of the match saw the two teams continue to go hammer and tongs at each other but no side managed to create any clear-cut chances as both sets of players were limited to shots from distance In the end there was not enough to separate the two sides as they opened their account in the tournament with a point each Inder Verma Salk Institute The National Academy of Sciences has chosen molecular biologist Inder Verma as the next editor-in-chief of its journal Verma of the Salk Institute for Biological Sciences in San Diego California will take the reins of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) on 1 November He will replace Randy Schekman who is leaving to edit a new open-access journal funded by several nongovernmental organizations Verma told ScienceInsider that he doesn’t expect to make any major changes to the multidisciplinary journal: "The most important thing is to continue to publish the very best science" But he wants to continue to seek out submissions from scientists who aren’t NAS members and therefore can’t line up their own reviews Although 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