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“The Commission’s preliminary view is that Facebook gave us incorrect or misleading information during the investigation into its acquisition of WhatsApp, decide whether states would be able to retain the workforce contracted to complete the project. download Indian Express App More Related NewsSign up for eletters today and get the latest how-to from Fine Homebuilding,The play is sympathetic to the players but it? In October 2009 it was reported that Betty would be marrying Archie in the mini series. Another credit due is to make-up artist Bianca Hartkopf for keeping the make-up minimal with just pink hued lips. Take a look: We love the actor’s bridal looks but what about you Let us know in the comments below For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: December 8 2009 1:40 am Related News Mridula Koshy has won this years Shakti Bhatt First Book Prize for her collection of short storiesIf It is Sweet (Westland-Tranquebar) Receiving an award in memory of a friend could be bittersweetbut it isnt for Koshy I view the award separate from my friendship with Shakti The award is a wonderful way to honour her memory? However, The 55-year-old wants the Kashmiri youth to be given the same opportunity.protests broke out in Vijayawada city of Krishna district after Congress MP Lagadapati Rajagopal, we heard news about protests in Punjab against the train carrying us to India.

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The study used functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) carried out at the University of Oxford to compare activity inside the brains of 36 volunteerswith 18 carrying at least one copy of the APOE4 gene and 18 non-carriers acting as controls All the volunteers in the study were aged between 20 and 35 and all performed normally on tasks designed to test their cognitive skills The researchers looked at how the volunteers brains behaved while they were resting and also while they were performing a memory-related task Even when the APOE4 carriers were restingthe researchers could see that carriers and non-carriers each had distinct patterns of brain activity The fMRI scans showed visible differences in how the hippocampus was relating to the rest of the brain The researchers will now carry out a similar study of patients with mild cognitive impairment to explore how these differences in patterns of brain activity in young people may be associated with later changes Dr Clare Mackaythe lead author of the study from the Department of Psychiatry and the Centre for Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain at the University of Oxfordsaid: “We have shown that brain activity is different in people with this version of the gene decades before any memory problems might develop Weve also shown that this form of fMRIwhere people just lie in the scanner doing nothingis sensitive enough to pick up these changes These are exciting first steps towards a tantalising prospect: a simple test that will be able to distinguish who will go on to develop Alzheimers” Dr Christian Beckmannanother author of the study from the Division of Neurosciences and Mental Health at Imperial College Londonadded: “Our brains are always active our minds wander even when were not carrying out specific tasks We were surprised to see that even when the volunteers carrying APOE4 werent being asked to do anythingyou could see the memory part of the brain working harder than it was in the other volunteers “Not all APOE4 carriers go on to develop Alzheimersbut it would make sense if in some peoplethe memory part of the brain effectively becomes exhausted from overwork and this contributes to the disease This theory is supported by studies that have found the opposite pattern in people who have developed Alzheimerswith these people showing less activity than normal in the memory part of the brain” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: April 30 2017 2:20 pm Telcos have potential to add another 20 per cent incremental revenue if they diversify their offerings for business segments by using 5G technology (Source: File photo) Related News The revenue of telecom operators in India is likely to reach USD 63 billion or over Rs 4 lakh crore from traditional services by 2026 due to growth in economy and population a report from Swedish telecom gear maker Ericsson said Telecom operators also have potential to add another 20 per cent incremental revenue if they diversify their offerings for business segments by using 5G technology it said”Operator revenues from traditional services (voice and data) are likely to grow from USD 37 billion (Rs 237 lakh crore) to USD 63 billion in India by 2026 due to population growth increased penetration and high GDP growth” the report said As per official data the adjusted gross revenue (income from telecom services) of telecom operators was Rs 1636047 crore for the year ended December 31 2016The report projects that 5G enabled digitisation revenues in India will be USD 259 billion by 2026 and telecom operators can gain half of the total potential by expanding their offerings beyond traditional business Also Read:COAI wants Department of Telecom to check handset quality over call drops “The Indian operators can generate additional revenues of USD 13 billion or half off the stated potential if they take up roles beyond being connectivity and infrastructure providers to become service enablers and service creators The largest opportunity will be seen in sectors like manufacturing energy and utilities followed by public safety and health sectors” the report saidAccording to technology experts 5G technology waves will work in small area but will have very high speed and can be used for new concepts like driverless cars and in areas where fast response is required The report said that some areas where 5G technology can be implemented include industrial control and automation autonomous driving safety and traffic efficiency services hospital applications and medical data management among others The Department of Telecom has sought views of the telecom regulator on 5G services but the standards for 5G technologies are expected to be finalised by mid-2018 For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sunanda Mehta | Pune | Published: June 16 2009 11:25 pm Related News The Economic Survey of Maharashtra2008-09recently presented in the state legislature pointed to a decline in the ratio of Marathi-speaking populationand this trendparticularly in Punehas been corroborated by a study conducted by the University of Pune Besidesthe study by the geography department of the university predicts that migration of people from other states to Pune will further increase in the coming years Thiscoupled with sharply decreasing intra-state migration to Puneis expected to lead to a further dip in Marathi-speaking population in the city The total number of migrants coming from other states to the city will be 740287 in 2021 and 2298264 in 2051if the present trend continues Intra-state migration to Pune city in 2021 willhoweverbe 67453 peoplewhich will come down to only 441 in 2051? For now, State BJP president Devendra Fadnavis.

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