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Politics of pokodanomics in India

Pakoda politics’ is one of the trending political topics going on India. Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi jee’s statement, ““If someone opens a ‘pakoda’ shop in front of your office, does that not count at employment?

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18 - 02 - 2018
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
Yesterday is not ours to recover, but tomorrow is ours to win or lose. — Lyndon B Johnson
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Journalist murder : SIT submits charge sheet
16 Feb 2018 10:40 - Our Correspondant

AGARTALA, Feb, 2018 (TVN): Special Investigation Team (SIT) submitted charge sheet report of the murder of journalist Sudip Datta Bhowmick .  The report was submitted after 86 days murder  of the journalist. On 21st November in the headquarter of 2nd battalion TSR Sudip Datta Bhowmick was shot d [ ... ]

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“I will come again on oath taking ceremony of BJP ...
15 Feb 2018 17:28 - Our Correspondant

AGARTALA, Feb 15, 2018 (TVN): Prime Minister Narendra Modi said BJP will oust   CPI (M) from power in Tripura , it will be evident on 3 March when election result will be announced. Modi was addressing mega election rally here in Swami Vivekananda today.  PM announced that he will come  in t [ ... ]

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Working at night may harm your liver

Frequent international travels or working at night may harm your liver by disrupting the natural sleep-wake cycle of the body, a new study suggests.

Researchers, including those from University of Geneva (UNIGE) in Switzerland, showed that the size of the liver increases by almost half before returning to its initial dimensions, according to the phases of activity and rest in mice.

This fluctuation disappears when the normal biological rhythm is reversed. The disruption of our circadian clock probably has important repercussions on our liver functions.

Mammals have adapted to diurnal and nocturnal rhythms using a central clock located in the brain.

The latter, which is resettled every day by the light, synchronises the subordinate clocks present in most of our cells.

In the liver, more than 350 genes involved in metabolism and detoxification are expressed in a circadian fashion, with a biological rhythm of 24 hours, researchers said.

"Many of them are also influenced by the rhythm of food intake and physical activity, and we wanted to understand how the liver adapts to these fluctuations," said Ueli Schibler, professor at the Department of Molecular Biology of the UNIGE.

The mice forage and feed at night, while the day is spent resting.

"In rodents following a usual circadian rhythm, we observed that the liver gradually increases during the active phase to reach a peak of more than 40 per cent at the end of the night and that it returns to its initial size during the day," said Flore Sinturel from UNIGE.

Researchers found that the number of ribosomes, the organelles responsible for producing the proteins required for the various functions of the liver, fluctuated together with the size of the cell.

"The latter adapts the production and assembly of new ribosomes to ensure a peak of protein production during the night," Sinturel said.

The amplitude of the variations observed by the biologists depends on the cycles of feeding and fasting, as well as diurnal and nocturnal phases.

The fluctuations disappear when the phases of feeding no longer correspond to the biological clock, which evolved in the course of hundreds of millions of years.

Many human subjects no longer live according to the rhythm of their circadian clock, due to night work hours, alternating schedules or frequent international travels.

A previous study determining the volume of the human liver during six hours using methods based on ultrasound, suggests that this organ also oscillates within us, researchers said.

If mechanisms similar to those found in mice exist in humans — which is likely to be the case — the deregulation of our biological rhythms would have a considerable influence on hepatic (liver) functions, researchers said.

 

The study was published in the journal Cell.

West Bengal News

Learn from West Bengal how to run govt, says Mamata to Modi

KRISHNANAGAR, NADIA, Feb 13, 2018:Chief Minister Mamata Bannerjee criticizing union government said Prime Minister Narendra Modi  should learn from West Bengal how to run government.

Addressing a meeting in Krishnagar, Nadia district on Tuesday  she said, “Nadia district is experiencing all round development. What we have done in state today, no one have done it earlier.West Bengal is number one in hundred days work. We are leader in ease of doing business. So do not lecture us on development.

Taking dig at Modi government, chief minister said, “ Centre does not give money, give long lectures. The country’s economy has collapsed today. Even money in banks is not secured under Modi’s rule. Due to GST micro traders are suffering. In BJP ruled states farmers are committing suicide the most.  Here in the state we do not impose taxes on state farmers.Did centre waive loans to farmers. Instead of giving lectures, first learn how to run government, then rule centre”        

 Speaking about of her government, chief minister said, “25 lakh house was constructed under ‘ Bangla Yawas Yojana’. Kalyani, Karimpur made model police station. New substation will be made in Birnagar. Thirteen thousand kilometer road was constructed.24 x7 power supply is ensured. Fair price medicine shops are opened. In Nadia 10 kishan mandi was set up. Farmers get Rs 1000 as old age pension.We never impose tax burden. We are giving number of scholarship for students. In spite of doing so many things opposition criticize us. In ensuing panchayat election, people will teach them a lesson.             

Interview

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH INSPECTOR GENERAL BSF, TRIPURA FRONITER S.R. OJHA, IPS

The Inspector General of  BSF  S. R. Ojha  is a 1989 batch IPS officer of  Himachal Pradesh  cadre. He is a  honours graduate in English from DAV College, Chandigarh  and during his distinguished career spanning  29 years, he has held many important portfolios. He was Additional DG of Himachal Pradesh police before taking over charge as IG of BSF, Tripura Frontier on September, 2017. Here is an exclusive interview  with tripuravision.com at his office in Shalbagan.

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