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Gluten is a protein in wheat, cramps, In the 20th century, state was the motor of big science in the developed world.with the Union Public Service Commission and the state government holding divergent views on the promotion of an officer of the state civil services to IAS.censured?he may not hold the same merit as the other panel candidates The governmenton the other handheld that censure was not a major punishment and the officer deserved to be promoted It was eventually decided to review the issue on the next date of meeting Meanwhileanother PCS officerPraveen Kumarwho is currently posted as the AdministratorJalandhar Development Authoritymoved the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT)seeking a stay on the process of promotions The state government did not include Kumars candidature in the panel that was discussed for promotion to IAS during the meeting in New Delhi this afternoon Punjab and Haryana High Court advocate AR Talwar said the CATafter listening to the argumentsordered that the appointments will be subject to the outcome of this original application (OA) Praveen Kumar contended that he was eligible against the 2006 vacancybut the government did not include his name in the list saying that he had crossed 54 years of age as on January 12007 Quoting Rule 5 (3) of the IAS Appointment by Promotion Regulation – 1955Kumar said the rules provide that the officer has to be less than 54 years of age on January 1 of the year when the vacancy occurredwhich was 2006 in his case There are four vacancies for the 2006 batch which have to be filledfor which 12 names of PCS officers are being considered The prayer for stay was vehemently opposed by the UPSC council The next date has been listed for February 26 Punjab Chief Secretary Ramesh Inder Singh said the next date for the meeting with the UPSC will be decided shortly In December last yearFerozepur DC Megh Raj had also moved the CATalleging he was not considered against the 2004 vacancy For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPurdue University officials today announced that a second and final internal inquiry has cleared bubble-fusion researcher Rusi Taleyarkhan of all allegations of research misconduct "I feel vindicated and exonerated" Taleyarkhan says "It’s been a pressure cooker for about a year" But controversy surrounding Taleyarkhan’s work isn’t likely to die down any time soon Taleyarkhan is the chief proponent of the controversial notion of sonofusion which suggests that sound energy can collapse bubbles in a way that yields more energy than was initially put in (ScienceNOW 4 March 2002) Last year an article in Nature reported that several of Taleyarkhan’s colleagues at Purdue were upset by their encounters with him suggesting that he allegedly obstructed their work and tried to stop them from publishing results that contradicted his own Purdue appointed a committee to review the allegations In June the university reported that it had completed an initial inquiry but that the results would not be made public (ScienceNOW 20 June 2006) Purdue officials say that details of the latest report the charges and even the makeup of the committee will also be kept confidential and that the inquiries are over "We’re done with it" says Purdue University spokesperson Jeanne Norberg But other experts both inside and outside the university challenge Purdue’s exoneration arguing that the process was shrouded in so much secrecy that it’s impossible to know what the review actually entailed "It’s outrageous I don’t know what Purdue is doing" says Lefteri Tsoukalas a nuclear engineer at Purdue who initiated some of the allegations against Taleyarkhan Tsoukalas said he spoke to the original review committee last spring and was asked to resubmit written allegations in September Yet Tsoukalas says neither he nor anyone else he knows who has been involved in the case was ever interviewed by the latest panel Seth Putterman who headed a DARPA-funded effort to replicate Taleyarkhan’s work says that he too was never contacted by the panel and is frustrated by the ongoing secrecy "How do I respond to a secret investigation by a secret internal panel" he asks One way Putterman and his colleagues have responded is in the literature In Friday’s issue of Physical Review Letters Putterman and Kenneth Suslick at the University of Illinois report that they reproduced Taleyarkhan’s original sonofusion setup but that it didn’t work The experiment is designed to use ultrasound to collapse bubbles and force deuterium atoms to fuse liberating either tritium and a proton or helium-3 and an extra neutron Suslick says their experiment detected only 001% of the excess neutrons Taleyarkhan claims to have observed Although a negative result it ensures that the high temperatures generated by sonofusion aren’t likely to cool off any time soon Haryana registered the highest growth (17. the toll in Bihar floods reached to 222, who lost his 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