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“People are saying it is match fixing, Of the 207 building listed, However,Hindustan Timesreported thatsome students may not be able to access their results as few results are not ready yet according to a varsity official This is because the board had decided to upload the results as soon as 90 percent of the results get ready Representational image PTI Though the exams were conducted in March and April there has been a delay in releasing the result and the board has missed two deadlines for theannouncement of results India Today reported thatonly results for374 out of 477 examinations held in the first half of the year are out The university is expected to release the resultsfor law Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSc IT) and Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) courses soon Mumbai University spokesperson Liladhar Bansod told Firstpost students can enroll in the university’s MSc MA and MCom courses till 31 August The Indian Expressquotedgovernment-appointed officer Vinayak Dalvi for results as saying that the board will be ableto finish the assessment for thelaw papers by Wednesday or latest by Thursday Steps to check the results: Kolkata: The West Bengal Commission for Protection of Child Rights (WBCPCR) which has strongly opposed the Central government’s stand on the deportation of Rohingya refugees to Myanmar on Wednesday said it has moved the Supreme Court over the issue The Commission has refused to send back refugee children to the neighbouring country branding the policy as "inhuman" and "anti-human" Representational image PTI "We have moved the Supreme Court There is no question of sending the children back" WBCPCR Chairperson Ananya Chakraborti told IANS The body has filed a writ petition in the apex court against the Centre’s notification to "identify and deport" all Rohingyas from the country In a release the Commission stated: "In this situation deporting the Rohingya children and their mothers staying in different shelter homes and correctional homes of Bengal means to throw them into the jaws of death" Earlier the chairperson said that the commission had intimated its stand on the issue to the Chief Minister’s Office She said as many as 24 Rohingya children are present in shelter homes and 20 in prisons with their mothers adding that the child rights protection body has also refused to share the list with the Centre Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday asserted that all Rohingyas are not terrorists even as the Central government stuck to its stand of deporting the embattled community and said some of them were linked to Pakistani terrorist groups Banerjee said the Central government had asked the state government to prepare a list of the children (residing in shelter homes and prisons) in the state and share it with them to execute the deportation By: PTI | Tokyo | Updated: February 6 2017 5:30 pm The THz band is a new and vast frequency resource expected to be used for future ultrahigh-speed wireless communications ( Image for representationSource: Thinkstock) Related News Scientists have developed a next generation system which can transmit digital data over 10 times faster than 5G mobile networks an advance that will pave the way for faster downloads and improve in-flight network connection speeds Researchers from Hiroshima University and National Institute of Information and Communications Technology in Japan have announced the development of a Terahertz (THz) transmitter capable of transmitting digital data at a rate exceeding 100 gigabits per second over a single channel using the 300-gigahertz band Watch all our videos from Express Technology The THz band is a new and vast frequency resource expected to be used for future ultrahigh-speed wireless communications The research group has developed a transmitter that achieves a communication speed of 105 gigabits per second using the frequency range from 290 GHz to 315 GHz This range of frequencies are currently unallocated but fall within the frequency range from 275 GHz to 450 GHz Last year the group demonstrated that the speed of a wireless link in the 300-GHz band could be greatly enhanced by using quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) This year they showed six times higher per-channel data rate exceeding 100 gigabits per second for the first time as an integrated-circuit-based transmitter At this data rate the whole content on a DVD can be transferred in a fraction of a second “This year we developed a transmitter with 10 times higher transmission power than the previous version’s This made the per-channel data rate above 100 Gbit per second at 300 GHz possible” said Minoru Fujishima from Hiroshima University “We usually talk about wireless data rates in megabits per second or gigabits per second But we are now approaching terabits per second using a plain simple single communication channel” said Fujishima Also Read:Reliance Jio network average download speed at 18 mbps in Dec: Trai “Fibre optics realised ultrahigh-speed wired links and wireless links have been left far behind” he said “Terahertz could offer ultrahigh-speed links to satellites as well which can only be wireless That could in turn significantly boost in-flight network connection speeds for example” Fujishima added “Other possible applications include fast download from contents servers to mobile devices and ultrafast wireless links between base stations” he added”Another completely new possibility offered by terahertz wireless is high-data-rate minimum-latency communications” said Fujishima “Optical fibres are made of glass and the speed of light slows down in fibres That makes fibre optics inadequate for applications requiring real-time responses” he said For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express AppBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: March 20 2017 2:45 pm Directed by British-Indian Gurinder Chaddha Viceroy’s House set in 1947 revolves around the story of Partition and the human impact due to it Top News Huma Qureshi is making her international debut with Gurinder Chadha’s “Viceroy’s House” and says she has put her heart and soul in the “moving” tale of the India-Pakistan partition Directed by British-Indian Gurinder Chaddha Viceroy’s House set in 1947 revolves around the story of Partition and the human impact due to it”It is a very special film which has taken a lot from me… I have put my heart and soul into it” Huma told PTI about her international debut film The film headlined by Hugh Bonneville Gillian Anderson Huma and Manish Dayal will see the “Gangs of Wasseypur” actress essay the role of Aalia a Muslim falling for a Hindu boy Jeet (Manish) who works at the Viceroy’s House but they have ripped apart as borderlines are redrawn “It’s about Partition and the love story which happens when the last Viceroy comes to India when it is about to be granted independence and cut up into two “There is a Hindu servant and a Muslim translator who work in that household and the country is burning It’s a very touching topic” Huma says Hugh plays the role of Lord Mountbatten the man charged with handing India back to Indians and Huma is his Muslim interpreter The “Badlapur” actress was fascinated with the story of her international debut film apart from being awestruck with Gurinder’s previous films “I was very excited to do the film because Gurinder is a celebrated director Her work has always fascinated me But apart from that she is a Punjabi-Indian who is a British citizen making an Indo-British film about the partition “And she is a woman So I was like how is all of this going to add up When I read the script I realised I have to do it This has to be done She has made a beautiful moving very sensitive film” Also Read:Badrinath Ki Dulhania box office collection day 10: Varun Dhawan Alia Bhatt film earns Rs 9122 cr Huma says the film will be dubbed in Hindi as well so that it reaches a wider audience during its India release “I really want as many people to watch it We are doing a Hindi dub for it as well because the film is completely in English It is touring festivals and the film has snowballed into something else I am thrilled about it” The movie currently in UK cinemas will be released in India in August this year to coincide with the 70th anniversary of India’s independence For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: May 5 2016 12:01 am A member of the Pakistan probe team at the NIA headquarters in New Delhi (Express Photo: Amit Mehra) Top News Something is seriously wrong with our counter-terror security establishment” Parliament’s Standing Committee on Home Affairs has lamented in its latest report tabled this week Faced with the questions many Indians have been asking about January’s attack on the Indian Air Force base in Pathankot — how the border was so easily penetrated and why the base’s perimeter was so poorly guarded — the standing committee has however only platitudes to offer Its calls for more effective police action against cross-border trafficking to “effectively seal the border” and for “better intelligence and operational coordination” have been made dozens of times before — to little avail The truth is that the resources to do what the committee knows needs doing just do not exist Had it dug further it would have discovered that Punjab Police patrol vehicles were operating for just a few hours a day because of chronic budget shortfalls that have meant funds are not available even for fuel and maintenance needs It would have found that the BSF is desperately short of officer-rank personnel And it would have found that the IB and R&AW are over a third short of staff allocations that were in any case drawn up for peaceful times when India did not confront significant terrorist threats Throughout the security sector the committee would have discovered training standards are being diluted and specialist skills are in short supply The real scandal is that it has taken so long for Parliament to wake up to the problem — and that it still isn’t demanding accountability For decades now flag-waving has been allowed to gloss over gross failures in security management The disgraceful early conduct of the Kargil War by top military commanders documented in scholarly work and legal proceedings in the almost two decades since was never punished There was no serious audit of the manifold failings of the Mumbai Police and NSG during 26/11 nor a lessons-learned exercise In the case of Pathankot the home ministry has been spending a great deal of energy on explaining to a bewildered nation how elite forces spent over 24 hours firing on a building from which not the smallest trace of weapons or explosives has since been recovered The problem has been a simple one: Accountability can’t be demanded unless security forces are given functional autonomy and credible resources to go with it That is something no political order has wished to countenance Having truly professional intelligence services for example would mean that chiefs of the IB or directors-general of state police forces would not be on hand to aid the ruling party at times of need It would mean police officers would not be willing to cover up crimes by politicians or their well-connected allies To give up these powers it seems is much too high a price to pay for national security For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News The Warriors were coached by assistant Mike Brown as Steve Kerr remained sidelined by complications following back surgery. a Bangalore-based techie, It was again Shimthang H who scored the second goal in the 62nd minute. if not with the critics. at the crime spot when the veteran Communist leader was shot on February 16 this year. a Sanatan Sanstha worker wanted in connection with the Goa blast of October 2009, As the Opposition staged a walk out.

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