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“I have faced so much humiliation. that chapter is over and I don’t dig graves.but awakens them more times during the night, she stated The findings appeared in the Nov 1 issue of the journal Sleep For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New York | Published: September 12 2016 9:41 pm Most of the decisions that we make in our daily lives whether choosing sandwiches vacations or medical procedures involve predictions about how much pleasure or pain we’ll experience given various possible outcomes Top News Contrary to popular perception the more we know someone the less accurate we could be in estimating how others would feel when they experience gains or setbacks suggests new research “We might expect that knowing more about a person would allow us to make better predictions of how they would react to events like their team winning a game or their political party winning or losing an election but we found the opposite” said study author Mina Cikara of Harvard University Most of the decisions that we make in our daily lives whether choosing sandwiches vacations or medical procedures involve predictions about how much pleasure or pain we’ll experience given various possible outcomes This kind of prediction what researchers call an “affective forecast” also plays a critical role in the decisions we make for others “Doctors might try to gauge the amount of pain people are in when deciding the kinds of drugs to prescribe them employers might consider how happy their employees would be made by a smaller or larger holiday bonus and politicians may consider the pain and distress that people are experiencing when deciding whether to intervene in a humanitarian crisis” Cikara noted Considerable research has explored how people make these kinds of affective forecasts for themselves but Cikara and collaborators wanted to know whether we make affective forecasts differently for other people In one online study the researchers used data from the 2014 US Senate midterm elections to investigate The researchers found that people made predictions that were more extreme and less accurate when they knew the political affiliation of the person they were making predictions for The researchers observed similar results in the context of a college football game – the annual game between Harvard and Yale Students tailgating before the game overestimated how unhappy Yale fans would feel when their team lost They were more accurate when they did not know whether someone was “Yale fan” or not For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top News Q: How do you think this information will help target responses? He, “It has been decided for the first time that we will form a women’s wing to go into issues concerning Muslim women and an all-India Muslim women helpline, “Most of the witnesses examined and victims feel that the rehabilitation in 2013 has permanently changed the social situation in Kairana town and has led to further deterioration of law and order situation, Pankaj Tripathi, Propagating the “same service same rules” principle, “This is the first human study to report an influence of air pollution on pulmonary vascular function.

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Mothers need to remember that fathers too need time to relax, Boris Tadi? told Vecernji List daily "The strategy on science-technology development is a proof that Serbia has got for the first time in recent history a clearly defined development strategy" Seven priority areas identified in the science strategy are biomedicine environmental protection and climate change energy agriculture food science and ICTs; most of the planned new funding will go to these focus areas Still the Serbia 2020 road map identifies low levels of investment in research education and technology as "a major problem" of the country In terms of science and education funding (education grabs just 45% of GDP) Serbia is lagging behind other European countries including regional neighbors which apart from Albania all invest more in science many over 1% of GDP Currently over 90% of the investment in science goes to salaries leaving little left for infrastructure equipment and other research needs To combat the situation the Serbia 2020 plan says increased investment and reforms are a must At approximately 135 million Serbia’s science budget for 2011 will already represent an increase to 05% of GDP and an additional nonbudgetary 400 million Euros-half of it coming from a loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and earmarked for improving the infrastructure-will also be available between 2011 and 2015 with up to 100 million going toward research equipment Science minister eli has said that with 4000 new researchers applying for project funding in 2011 and the increase in funding Serbia could boost its 8000-strong science community by 50% in a single year He also noted that approximately 1700 of the funding applications came from young researchers and that the country will increasingly fund "brain gain" programs in its quest to attract the science diaspora back to the country (He said 19000 university graduates have left the country in the past 2 decades) Approximately 1000 apartments will be provided to young researchers who return to Serbia after specializing abroad The aim is also to bring back at least 400 experienced researchers over the next 5 years The Serbia 2020 plan also proposes creating a database of Serbian scientists working abroad and it stipulates that they will now take part in the Ministry of Science’s projects Serbia 2020 further calls for creating better public-private research links through various tax and other incentives which could provide scientists and engineers with career opportunities in private companies as well-something that is currently chronically lacking in Serbia According to UNESCO Science Report 2010 only 14% of Serbian researchers work in the private sector The war-torn 1990s produced stagnation in the R&D sector and a brain drain Conditions have slowly been improving but the downsized business sector remains in crisis according to the report Yet Serbia 2020 strategy has come under wide-scale criticism from the economic and political analysts in the Serbian media who call it yet another wish list They say it relies on a range of institutional reforms and economic growth projections that are highly unrealistic A version of the road map is expected to be accepted by the end of first quarter in 2011 Bosnia and Herzegovina: Can a New Science Strategy Fix an ‘Alarming Situation’ Bosnia and Herzegovina is also still seeking to recover from the ethnic conflicts that devastated the region until 1995 and left a nation split into one region governed by the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBH) and another overseen by Republika Srpska Neither entity has so far been able to place much emphasis on science: FBH devotes about 005% of its GDP to research funding while Republika Srpska provides an estimated 007% There are signs that is changing Last year Bosnia and Herzegovina took several steps to prioritize research establishing a countrywide Council on Science and publishing a science development plan for 2010 to 2015 That plan noted that FBH was providing only enough funds to continue research inherited from Yugoslavia without any clear science strategy or concepts for development In response FBH announced last month the formation of a team to develop its first science strategy If implementation begins in 2012 as planned science funding in FBH’s part of the country would increase next year to 1% of GDP and to 2% of GDP by 2016 At the country’s current GDP this would result in US$109 million in science funding for 2012 and US$225 million by 2016 Of the new funds almost 50% would go to natural and technical sciences with about 30% to medical and biomedical sciences and 20% to social sciences and the humanities research Resurrecting research in the country’s private sector renewing the infrastructure of research institutions and training a new generation of scientists are the main aims of the strategy Success hinges on an improved economy One-third of the science funding in the new strategy is expected to come from the private sector which was largely destroyed during the war and currently contributes less than 10% of the country’s already limited research money Much of the new FBH science strategy emerged from a meeting last September organized by the Academy of Sciences and Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina Those at the meeting lamented the precipitous drop from the prewar investment of 15% of GDP in 1990 and urged the government to aim for the EU level of 2% within 4 years A report out last week on " The State of Science in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina" echoed those concerns saying that there was no real appreciation at the country level of the importance in investing in science This has led to an "alarming situation" that requires an urgent policy update and more money the report concluded Those at the September meeting said that new funds and a new science law that would transparently place the money with research institutes based on their results were needed Participants also urged that Bosnia and Herzegovina collect better data on its research efforts as current legislation does not require monitoring of even the number of research institutes let alone the output of the country’s scientists The new science strategy from FBH notes that investing in science has not been defined as a national development goal and that the Dayton peace agreement which stipulates the responsibilities of various governing entities in the country never mentions science and research As a result government officials on all levels have ignored the issue The science strategy acknowledges that 2 decades of neglect have left Bosnia and Herzegovina’s research sector in disrepair in terms of both people and infrastructure and it says improvements in higher education quality are a necessary first step to improve the country’s science and economy at large One of the document’s key recommendations is to mandate that new PhDs collaborate with another institute abroad University professors in Bosnia and Herzegovina spend only 3% of their work time doing science due to lack of funds the new science strategy notes Lack of dedicated research funding also prevents Bosnian scientists from applying to European research projects and collaborations Bosnia and Herzegovina has just 24 self-declared research institutes and some lack anyone with a PhD Most of the country’s research journals do not appear in international indexes BIH also trails other former Yugoslav republics in the per capita number of research articles published Mico Tatalovic is a deputy news editor at SciDevNet By: PTI | Published: July 20 2017 11:13 am Reliance Jio 4G VoLTE feature phone: Reliance Industries is working on a strategy to sell 200 million 4G feature phones — likely to be priced Rs 1000-1500 — in two years industry sources told PTI Related News With an eye on 2G mobile users Reliance Industries is working on a strategy to sell 200 million 4G feature phones — likely to be priced Rs 1000-1500 — in two years industry sources told PTI The company is planning to launch it in the second half of August However it could not be ascertained if the handsets will be sold by Reliance Retail or Jio “Reliance has not yet finalised actual unit price of the feature phones but it is likely to be in the range of Rs 1000-1500 a unit It will be smart feature phone with pre-loaded apps of Reliance Jio like Jio TV Jio Money etc” one of the sources who did not wish to be named said He said the phone will not have touchscreen facility like smartphones but will have rest of facilities like Wi-Fi connectivity and browsing and come with a cable that can connect the handset with television sets to watch Jio TV content “The company is eyeing 2G users who cannot afford expensive smartphones and are paying high call rates Jio’s voice calls will be free which will encourage them to buy these handsets” the source said Reliance Jio has started the process of importing handsets and is in discussion with Foxconn and Intex to make them in India “Around 10 million units are being planned for initial sales and the company has plans to increase inventory to 100 million in the first year and another 100 million next year Discussions have started with Foxconn and Intex to make these phones in India” the source said Mobile industry body Indian Cellular Association in a submission to the government has said the total size of Indian mobile phone market was estimated to be around 280 million units in 2016 and is expected to grow to 320 million by 2018 A source privy to discussions said Intex had approached RIL for bundling Jio service for a state government tender “Intex will bid for a state government tender which has huge requirement of low-cost mobile phone but it wants bidder to come with a service provider The economy of scale is enough to bring down the cost of phone The discussion with RIL started for this tender and is now moving in direction for low-cost 4G feature phones” the source said He said Jio will use Qualcomm chipsets in 4G feature phones When contacted Reliance Jio declined to comment Intex said: “…we are exploring various business opportunities including those with Reliance Jio and would keep you updated about the details as they materialise We also keep participating in various state governments’ tenders and are always keen to work with them” For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: January 14 2010 1:28 pm Related News Model-turned-TV presenter Tyra Banks has joined celebs like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie to support the cause of people affected by the earthquake in Haiti The 36-year-old star has urged her fans to donate to Haitian-American rapper Wyclef Jean’s Yele organisation to aid the relief effort for the disaster-struck people in the countryContactmusic reported The former runway beautyalongwith celebrities like Jessica Alba and rap mogul Sean 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