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For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News California’s stem cell research institute received embarrassing news this week: The leading candidate to replace Robert Klein as chair of the board had to be disqualified because he’s not a US citizen Instead Klein the real estate developer who led the 2004 ballot initiative that created the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) has agreed to stay longer than he had planned CIRM has disbursed over $1 billion to the state’s stem cell researchers amid constant controversy over public transparency high staff and board member salaries conflicts of interest and whether too much or too little of the funding had gone to clinical applications The institute seemed headed into a new era this month with the departure of Klein at the end of his 6-year term Klein was pushing as his successor Alan Bernstein executive director of the Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise in New York City Bernstein is a scientist who previously headed the Canadian Institutes of Health Research According to the Los Angeles Times concerns arose that Bernstein had a conflict of interest because he just chaired a positive external review of CIRM’s programs But this week Bernstein dropped out for another reason: he’s Canadian and California state law requires that the chair be a US citizen Yesterday California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger nominated Klein for another term and it appears he will stay for only a year while another replacement is found In a statement today Klein praised Bernstein’s "impeccable credentials" as a scientist and patient advocate and said he will work "to identify candidates who meet his [Bernstein’s] high standard to succeed me within the next 12 months" The CIRM board will choose the next chair on 15 December 2 days before Klein’s current term ends Former Democratic state senator Art Torres has also been nominated by state leaders for the post This item has been corrected The original version of this article stated that the law creating CIRM requires that the board chair be a US citizen The requirement comes from a different state lawWritten by Namrata Zakaria 2 | New Delhi | Published: August 17 2014 1:00 am Flying high: Nigel Lamb (inset); and a bird’s eye view of Rovinj Croatia (Source: THINKSTOCK) Top News The only good thing about flying is going to new places The argument helps me survive whip-quick work trips where I’m allowed sleep only on the flight An invitation to the Red Bull Air Race in Rovinj Croatia was the universe’s way of trying to get me to appreciate those flying machines A visit to Croatia has been a long-held dream and a Google search on Rovinj showed it to be one of the quaintest Mediterranean seaports with a colourful history of being shuttled between the Roman Byzantine and Frankish empires The RBAR is a sort of Formula 1 of the skies I am a guest of Breitling watches the official timekeeper and backer of veteran pilot Nigel Lamb I am flown to Munich Germany where a private nine-seater plane is chartered to fly us to Pula in Croatia the airport nearest to Rovinj It’s an hour’s ride over Venetian canals and Italian Alps The two friendly pilots allow us to steer the plane mid-air make announcements and fall in love with the very modern King Air B300 I am flattered to know that George Clooney sat on my very seat just the week before Rovinj pronounced Rovigno is a half-hour drive from Pula It is a beautiful medieval town by the Adriatic Sea with a population of just 15000 It’s a small but popular seaport and can be traversed by bicycle But many streets in the Old Town including the famous Carrera Street are for pedestrians only Everything surrounds the egg-shaped bay — streets churches art galleries and scores of restaurants and bars face the sea many even dipping into it Valentino is one of the more popular bars; most of its seating is on cerulean square cushions placed on ivory rocks The disarming farmer’s market sells truffles olive oil asparagus sea salt and local seafood Rovinj’s proximity to Italy (Trieste is an hour away by road Venice is a two-hour yacht ride) is reflected in its cuisine Our first trip (in April) is to the makeshift RBAR airport where the pilots are readying themselves for the races Lamb is here in between practice sessions His suit weighs a ton; it’s filled with fluid to stop blood-flow leaving the pilot’s head when he spins “It’s uncomfortable but it keeps me alive” he says At lunch on the terrace of Hotel Monte Mulini one of Rovinj’s two five-star hotels the practising planes hum over our heads If it wasn’t for the comely local red wine the Teran and the giant sea bass we were served I’d have you believe that I know what it’s like to live through WWII with drones zipping overhead The RBAR venue is a luxurious seaside set-up Spectators from nearby Slovenia Austria Italy and Germany have driven down The ticketed seats are full; spectators line the pavements The top nine places earn World Championship points and the pilot with the most points is the winner Last time Lamb finished third He’s unlucky today his plane doesn’t start Austrian Hannes Arch gets pole Paul Bonhomme from the UK is second Japanese Yoshihide Muroya comes in third (In the next RBAR in Malaysia on May 18 Lamb went on to win the pole position for the first time ever) At Kantinon a 200-year-old tavern the happy pilots move from one community table to another with no room for competitiveness or ill-will This is what a bird’s-eye view does to you For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Beijing | Published: August 11 2017 2:35 pm Lin Wei is a Beijing-based activist who has taken it upon himself to represent the 28 accusors of Apple (Source:Bloomberg) Related News A Chinese law firm has filed a complaint against Apple Inc on behalf of 28 local developers alleging the firm breached antitrust regulations The complaint lodged by Beijing-based Dare & Sure Law Firm accuses Apple of charging excessive fees and removing apps from its local store without proper explanation Lin Wei an attorney at the firm told Reuters on Thursday “During its localisation process Apple has run into several antitrust issues … after an initial investigation we consulted a number of enterprises and got a very strong response” said Lin The law firm invited developers to join the complaint in April and on Tuesday filed it to China’s State Administration for Industry and Commerce and the National Development and Reform Commission which oversees antitrust matters in the country An Apple spokeswoman told Reuters that guidelines for publishing apps on the App Store were consistent across all countries and that it was in the process of expanding its local developer relations team The law firm did not provide details of the developers involved in the complaint Apple’s China App Store is its most profitable store globally despite being subject to strict censorship controls that have pressured the firm to recently remove dozens of apps For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related News “At one time they raked up the issue of notebandi and at another they found fault with EVM machines.

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but Gala has one regret.arrested on charges of fabricating court and police records for? but they all had to return was kept in mind that the hike has minimal impact on rural areas, said an official release For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: April 14 2016 8:38 am Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Related News Despite recurring droughts and a severe water crisis in Marathwada and Vidarbha Maharashtra remained a most favoured destination for investors Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said on Wednesday while launching ‘Mission Drinking Water’ He said a multi-pronged strategy for inclusive growth along with a policy shift to integrate investments in agriculture and industries helped in retaining investors’ confidence Share This Article Related Article The government has adopted a two-pronged strategy to scale up drought mitigation through Mission Drinking Water and ensuring changes in crop pattern to sustain wholistic development which includes greater investments in agriculture and industries He indicated that industries under the MIDC are not badly affected despite problems which would be overcome in a couple of months Unveiling Mission Drinking Water he said every remote village in drought districts had been provided a roadmap and adequate budget Maintaining that the state government was working 24×7 to tackle hardships of villagers Fadnavis said “The Centre and the state are working together to reach out to drought-strickendistricts of Marathwada” The Maharashtra Drought Relief Committee headed by Agriculture Minister Eknath Khadse and Opposition leader Radhakrishna Patil has been constituted And through the drinking water schemes 83 projects are being pushed in 11000 villages for immediate relief The chief minister said “While the situation is grave due to recurring drought along with relief measures which includes water supply through two 50 wagons trains every three days we are also working on water conservation to avail good monsoons predicted by the IMD” According to Fadnavis “The Jalyukata Shivar projects will require sustained efforts for the next three years to make the state drought-free…Till date we received 80000 applications from farmers seeking farm ponds The government is providing them Rs 50000 per pond Bharat Ratna for Phule The state government urged the Centre to bestow Bharat Ratna to social reformer Jyotiba Phule whose work in the field of education and social justice remains unparalleled Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis told the state assembly that the government will urge the Centre to consider its proposal The state has also decided to commemorate the 125th birth anniversary of Jyotiba Phule For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Gopal B Kateshiya | Rajkot | Updated: October 20 2016 8:36 am Parmar died on Monday Top News Late on Monday night Parbat Parmar a 50-year-old Dalit committed suicide during a protest outside the Junagadh District Collector’s office While the protest began just days ago Parmar’s struggle dated back to 1991 when he was reportedly forced out of his village Sandha in Junagadh district of Gujarat after he and some other Dalit families tried to cultivate tracts of land The ongoing dharna for farm land was launched by nearly 200 Dalits from Sandha village on October 12 On Monday evening Parmar and two others Jignesh Rathod and Chandu Parmar consumed poison Parmar died hours later while the other two were discharged from hospital late on Tuesday Watch Video: What’s making news Inspector Bahadursinh Jadeja of C Division police in Junagadh said they were taken by surprise “Their protest was symbolic so they did not require permission” Jadeja said “We have registered a case of accidental death and a probe in under way” Parmar’s son Manoj 19 said they too were shocked by the turn of events “We were sitting on dharna for days and the authorities did not listen to us All of a sudden my father and two others took the extreme step” he said Besides his son Parmar is survived by his wife and five daughters While Junagadh Collector Rahul Gupta could not be contacted sources said he has assured the protesters that their demands would be addressed For Parmar’s relatives and other Dalit families of Sandha however the issue that began 25 years ago may not be that easily resolved These families were reportedly forced to flee the village when people from other communities took umbrage as they sought to cultivate tracts of land Parmar was allegedly assaulted by seven people Parmar and his family fled to Bhayavadar town in Upleta taluka of Rajkot district where he worked as an agricultural labourer He and some others moved court In 2000 a local court ruled that the Dalits were trying to cultivate “gauchar” (pastoral) land which cannot be allotted for cultivation The seven people including current sarpanch Nana Balach who were booked for assaulting Parmar were acquitted After the attack on some Dalit men in Una in July which sparked statewide protests Parmar along with many other Dalits in the region revived their demand for agricultural land “Following the Una incident we decided to fight for land The Una incident gave us courage” said Dahya Rathod Parmar’s relative According to Balach 17 Dalit families currently live in Sandha but in the wake of the Una incident 86 Dalits — present and former residents — submitted applications for land “We prepared a file and sent it to the Collector’s office for action” said Yusuf Gujarati the village revenue clerk The 750 bighas of land on the outskirts of Sandha part of which some Dalit families tried to cultivate in 1991 are now back in focus “Around 250 bighas are under encroachment (by non-Dalits) and the panchayat and district administration are turning a blind eye But they won’t allow Dalits to cultivate small plots of that land to earn their livelihood” alleged Deven Vanvi who is leading the current protest “Parmar and the others did not inform us or the authorities that they would attempt suicide On Monday the Collector told us that the matter would take some time to be resolved The trio were probably overcome with emotion” said Vanvi Balach however denied any encroachment and said he would not protest if the administration allots the land to Dalits “But there is a court order against it and I will not give any written permission” he said Mangrol mamlatdar Harilal Trivedi said most of the Dalits had been allotted land earlier “In 1971 majority of the Dalit families in Sandha were given land by the government But after the trouble in 1991 most of them shifted to Bhayavadar So far as their demand for fresh allotment of land is concerned there is a court order against that land” said Trivedi Meanwhile Minister of State for Home Pradeepsinh Jadeja said: “The protesters were demanding gauchar land The Collector had explained that there is a procedure to be followed for allotting gauchar land However they could not understand that because of which this incident has occurred” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top Newssaid in its final report last February that whatever evidence it could gather was not sufficient to prosecute anybody.a bunch of new actors emerge and this is one such phase in the industry, says Khanadding? Bansal said it was through the efforts of the Congress that the demolition of houses constructed outside the Lal Dora was stopped.