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For all the latest India News, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: May 25, For all the latest Lucknow News, 2009 4:50 am Related News Air India derostered two pilots on the Riyadh-bound Air India flight, One of their first targets could be ITV. Guests are invited to the Winemaker’s Laboratory,s house at Pratap Nagar in Mayur Vihar Phase-I was burgled at 9.and his wife and children were at their maternal grandparents place for the past few days. A case of burglary has been registered at the local police station Rs 40000 looted In another incident in the same areaa general store was burgled of Rs 40000 on Saturday night by unidentified assailants Kishan Kumarthe shop ownertold the police that he found his shop burgled when he opened it on Sunday morning The police have registered a case For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsITER Just 2 days after becoming director-general of ITER the international project aiming to prove the viability of fusion as an energy source Osamu Motojima has a message he wants to get out The 61-year-old Japanese scientist contends that few appreciate how rapidly fusion research has advanced over the past half-century He goes so far as to argue that fusion science has progressed faster than computers "Some say fusion is always a dream This is not true … Fusion is not a dream but a real target" says Motojima Now that the European funding woes that recently cast doubt on ITER’s future have been resolved Motojima has the challenge of getting the machine built on time and on budget It won’t be easy as ITER’s construction costs have soared to 16 billion in some estimates and its start date has been pushed back to late 2019 ITER’s governing council this week finally approved the project’s Baseline a document outlining its cost schedule and design But it also placed a cap on the overall budget of the reactor to be built in Cadarache France "This is a very tough job" admits Motojima Yet the former director-general of Japan’s National Institute for Fusion Science isn’t taking long to make his mark At a staff meeting yesterday he announced plans to overhaul ITER’s operations A management review requested by ITER had criticized the project’s governance earlier this year and several senior managers have recently been replaced Motojima apparently intends more changes "Simplify everything—that is the only possible way to respond to the capping of the project" he says One casualty of this streamlining will be Nobert Holtkamp ITER’s Principal Deputy Director-General (PDDG) and leader of the project’s construction since 2006 An ITER spokesperson confirmed that Holtkamp would soon step down and the PDDG position would be eliminated "We need to simplify the decision-making process" says Motojima Even though the approval of ITER’s Baseline is supposed to signify an end to major changes Motojima will also request that the project’s scientists and engineers seek new ways to simplify the fusion reactor’s design and the integration of its many components which are being built by the projects seven international partners—China the European Union India Japan the Republic of Korea the Russian Federation and the United States Motojima says ITER council wants him to present cost-saving plans at a meeting in November Any such changes won’t mean that ITER will produce significantly less science Motojima emphasizes: "I’m keeping the scope of ITER" If anyone can pull that off it may be Motojima who is widely praised for his oversight of the construction of another fusion experiment Japan’s Large Helical Device "He’s a real machine-builder" and "also has a real directorial presence" says Steven Cowley director of the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy in Abingdon United Kingdom Indeed fusion scientists say that Motojima’s appointment and the departure of former ITER Director-General Kaname Ikeda a career diplomat with an engineering background represents an acknowledgement that the project has moved on from securing funding to a phase dominated by construction Cowley for one is optimistic that the worst is over for ITER "I was beginning to wonder if we were ever going to nail down cost and schedule Europe had been dragging its feet" But ITER’s key components are now being built he notes and industrial bids for other components are in line with cost predictions "We’re over this nasty hump Yes ITER is going to cost a lot of money but we’re going to do it" Written by Dipanita Nath | Published: February 11 2017 12:05 am Director Jose Koshy (top); the play was staged on the open lawns of the National School of Drama duringBharat Rang Mahotsav Top News The evening light was slowly disappearing turning audience members into silhouettes At the centre of the performance space shone a circular doorway covered with a colourful curtain made of knotted sheets The promise of the set was of kitschy local entertainment that recalled an era of street performers wandering magicians and hereditary acrobats Charithra Pusthakathilekku Oredu (A Page for the Annals of History) was Kerala-based director Jose Koshy’s ode to a form of entertainment that was common during his childhood The play was held on the open lawns of the National School of Drama in Delhi for the annual theatre festival Bharat Rang Mahotsav “The first 38 minutes are completely autobiographical” says the director During a plane journey he had read a short story Upanyasam by TV Kochubava about nomadic performers “It struck me that I am facing a crisis and my friends in theatre are facing a crisis Where is theatre going We don’t have any industry enough space money teachers or spectators There is crisis crisis crisis” he says Into the story of a cycle circus called Cycle Yajnam run by Kochanthony and his group Koshy and the actors of Invisible Lighting Solutions wove the larger concerns of theatre The play was devised with actor James Elia making the final script “We decided that we will be silent and express the crisis through the dying art of cycle circus They will work for us talk for us” says Koshy The production of almost two hours included stunts such as a lamp beginning to shine when connected to a performer’s body parts “I have watched a man who was unaffected by 11 kilo watts He could act as an insulator There was another person who could act as a conductor between a light switch and a lamp In my life I have watched them” says Koshy 42 The bioscope a vendor performers holding out cans for money from the front rows (that sat on the ground touching the performance space) as well as cycle riders played out their personal and professional dramas — creating ample space for Koshy’s sociopolitical comments The play takes potshots at the importance of the Gulf in Kerala (“the only place where Malayalees work hard”) Indira Gandhi (“who gifted us the Emergency”) and Mumbai (“where Kerala youth fresh from typing schools look for jobs”) The play also satirises performers and acting styles and positions indigenous art against classical norms propounded by the Natyashashtra a Sanskrit text on performance arts Once a paralysed character of a performer has a sickle fixed to his immobile fist with a hammer “This is how the Left manipulated artistes and theatre to spread communism in Kerala I am not a person to promote any party be it communist the Congress or the BJP None of them helped theatre My politics is different” says Koshy He talks with intense focus his voice often dropping to conspiratorial whispers He is always serious he jokes “I was a serious child I was happier with machines than with people Sometimes I consider humans also as machines Now I make machines for plays” he says He grew up in Thrissur which is home to several institutes of art and music and the Sangeet Natak Akademi and is considered the cultural capital of Kerala His parents were theatre regulars and he was transfixed by a world that was different to his own “The interval is always planned in the middle of a conflict and I would go to the side of the stage and peep from behind the curtains It looked different from the front of the stage This was before I learnt the word ‘magic’ Gradually I began to understand that this was theatre” he says It was also the time that Koshy began to be fascinated by light and shadows with the steam from his mother’s cooking rising towards the sunlight at the window and mingling with dust particles Today Koshy is better known as a master of lighting He won the Best Light Designer Award at Mahindra Excellence of Theatre Awards 2010 for the Deepan Sivaraman-directed Spinal Cord His collaboration with Sivaraman extends to plays such as Peer Gynt and 2016’s biggest production Legends of Khasak Koshy turned director with Rashomon: A Memory in which the bandit protagonist lashes out at society: “You say that I am a bandit and that I raped a woman What about yourself You are also killing people not physically but in many ways with your money greed and power This part is not in the movie made by Akira Kurosawa For this part I made Rashomon to express how a person transforms into a bandit or a thief Fifty per cent is society’s fault” he says Charithra Pusthakathilekku Oredu ends with a symbolic death which is the fate of many art forms in India Every play says Koshy requires a leap of faith “Below there may be marsh fire or land We don’t know We jump” he adds Charithra Pusthakathilekku Oredu will travel to the International Theatre Festival of Kerala which being held in Thrissur between February 20 and 28 For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 22 2016 3:59 am Doctors worry that the Louisiana flooding which has killed at least 13 people and damaged some 60000 homes damaged is most likely to boost the likelihood that Zika will spread into that state (Representational) Top News One of the top US public health officials on Sunday warned that the mosquito-borne Zika virus could extend its reach across the US Gulf Coast after officials last week confirmed it as active in the popular tourist destination of Miami Beach The possibility of transmission in Gulf States such as Louisiana and Texas will likely fuel concerns that the virus which has been shown to cause the severe birth defect known as microcephaly could spread across the continental United States even though officials have played down such an outcome Concern has mounted since confirmation that Zika has expanded into a second region of the tourist hub of Miami-Dade County in Florida Miami’s Wynwood arts neighborhood last month became the site of the first locally transmitted cases of Zika in the continental United States “It would not be surprising we would see additional cases perhaps in other Gulf Coast states” Dr Anthony Fauci director of the allergy and infectious diseases unit of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) said in an interview on Sunday morning with ABC News Fauci noted that record flooding this month in Louisiana – which has killed at least 13 people and damaged some 60000 homes damaged – has boosted the likelihood Zika will spread into that state “There’s going to be a lot of problems getting rid of standing water” that could stymie the mosquito control efforts that are the best way to control Zika’s spread he said US health officials have concluded that Zika infections in pregnant women can cause microcephaly a birth defect marked by small head size that can lead to severe developmental problems in babies The connection between Zika and microcephaly first came to light last fall in Brazil which has now confirmed 1835 cases of microcephaly that it considers to be related to Zika infections in the mothers On Friday Florida Governor Rick Scott confirmed that state health officials had identified five cases of Zika believed to be contracted in Miami Beach The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told pregnant women they should avoid the trendy area and suggested those especially worried about exposure might consider avoiding all of Miami-Dade County NIH’s Fauci on Sunday said the conditions of most of the country make it unlikely there would be a “diffuse broad outbreak” even though officials need to prepare for that possibility He compared it with diseases such as Dengue which is endemic in certain tropical and subtropical regions of the world but rarely occurs in the continental United States In Miami’s Wynwood area experts have seen “substantial” knockdowns of mosquito populations Still its containment is more complicated because Zika can be sexually transmitted Fauci said “This is something that could hang around for a year or two” he said The World Health Organization has said there is strong scientific consensus that Zika can also cause Guillain-Barre a rare neurological syndrome that causes temporary paralysis in adults For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by ANI | Washington | Published: December 17 2010 1:36 pm Related News Psychologists from the University of CaliforniaBerkeley have found that older people have a hard time keeping a lid on their feelingsespecially when watching heartbreaking or disgusting scenes in movies and reality shows Howeverthey’re better than their younger counterparts at seeing the positive side of a stressful situation and empathizing with the less fortunateaccording to the research A team of researchers led by UC Berkeley psychologist Robert Levenson tracked how our emotional strategies and responses change as we age Their findings support the theory that emotional intelligence and cognitive skills can actually sharpen as we enter our 60sgiving older people an advantage in the workplace and in personal relationships “Increasinglyit appears that the meaning of late life centers on social relationships and caring for and being cared for by others Evolution seems to have tuned our nervous systems in ways that are optimal for these kinds of interpersonal and compassionate activities as we age” Levenson said The findings of the first study were published in the journalPsychology and Aging The second study was published in the July issue of the journal Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News “The [LIGO] data is going to be there,mostly out-and-out entertainers.
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