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and Steven R. the company that manufactured Menaflex, Malta entity represents my business interest in Ireland, Both the AIADMK founder, But this film is different from what I have done earlier, she said Directed by Sanjay Gupta’Shootout at Wadala’revolves around the life of gangster Manya Surve and how he was shot deadthe first registered encounter by Mumbai policein 1982 in Wadala The film would release on December 7 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News LONDON—Scientific misconduct is "alive and well" in the United Kingdom according to around 30 ethicists researchers journal editors advocates and funders attending a meeting on that topic sponsored by the British Medical Journal (BMJ) and the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) an organization of journal editors and publishers here yesterday Nevertheless after hearing other countries’ experiences with their regulatory systems and the problems faced by universities an informal vote at the end of the meeting overwhelmingly rejected the idea of having a central government regulator of research integrity in the United Kingdom The United Kingdom currently has no unified procedure for dealing with research misconduct The idea of a central regulator was first floated in the 1990s and rejected In a July 2011 report the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee called for a single central body responsible for ensuring research integrity—an idea subsequently rejected by the government Graeme Catto former chair of the General Medical Council (the body responsible for investigating medical fraud) calls the idea of a central regulator "misguided" because it would allow universities and employers to duck responsibility for their researchers’ actions The only national body the United Kingdom has right now is an independent organization called the UK Research Integrity Office (UKRIO) funded by the research councils UKRIO provides advice to universities on investigating and dealing with alleged misconduct as an ombudsman service Although the organization has been heavily criticized in the past for its lack of teeth "we don’t want regulatory powers" says UKRIO head James Parry "Countries have gone down the regulatory route and it’s no panacea" What is clear he says is that the same issues crop up in every nation: the difference is how they deal with them The meeting heard stories of misconduct from several other countries illustrating how tangled the problems of dealing with misconduct at both national and university levels can be Sweden’s National Research Council (NRC) would partner with universities to investigate alleged misconduct But in the most recent case in 2010 NRC acted as both judge and executioner retracting the grant of a researcher at the Karolinska Institute after finding widespread misconduct in her lab; on the basis of their findings her new employer Gothenburg University fired her The fraud involved electronic files deliberately planted in a fax machine in order to mislead investigators among other evidence that required long and expensive forensic investigation Clara Gumpert dean of research education at Karolinska calls it "an extreme case that visualized the problems" of the complexity that arises when "people are fighting for their professional careers" Further complicating the issue a new NRC dean reversed the decision in 2011 leading to the researcher being rehired and her grants reinstated NRC declared on 9 January this year that there would be no new investigation In the meantime a new Central Ethical Violations Board was set up in 2010 and is currently investigating its first three cases In the United States the Obama Administration instituted a requirement for each agency to have a research integrity process but these vary wildly says Nicholas Steneck who directs a research integrity program at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor The National Science Foundation for instance investigates misconduct itself whereas the Office of Research Integrity in the Department of Health and Human Services can only provide oversight of universities’ investigations Even the definition of research misconduct varies between agencies Asked for advice to the United Kingdom by BMJ editor and meeting convenor Fiona Godlee Steneck said that funding agencies are key players and need to have teeth Institutions he says are not active in investigating allegations if there are no consequences COPE head Elizabeth Wager echoed this view in her introductory talk recounting instances of universities "not cooperating with journals and failing to investigate research misconduct properly" On top of that many feel that leaving institutions responsible for investigating and reporting misconduct is letting the fox guard the chicken coop when universities themselves are complicit in misconduct Universities and hospitals have a vested interest in maintaining their image and adds medical researcher Aubrey Blumsohn formerly of the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom can have a conflict of interest if they themselves have signed deals with companies The focus on setting up a body to look at alleged misconduct Blumsohn believes is wrong If numerous researchers are prepared to put their names on a paper prepared by a pharmaceutical company without having seen the data the scientific community needs to have an open discussion on whether that’s behaviour they’ll accept What it doesn’t need is "a binary thing where a formal body decides whether an individual fiddled results" According to some at the meeting students are sometimes told they can’t graduate without having produced positive results in their research or producing the kind of data that their funders expect In an effort to get all the players onboard the bodies representing the research councils and universities and other organizations are nearing the completion of a much-delayed "concordat" on investigating research misconduct due to be released in March or April of this year Employers of researchers will be encouraged to sign up to it "We are not for a minute suggesting [the concordat] is going to solve all this" says Christopher Hale of Universities UK But the concordat will add another nationally recognized document to those formulated by UKRIO and the integrity code that universities are required to agree to before getting research council funding Its formulators hope it will help ease investigations involving multiple institutions and collaborations Something all can agree on however is that misconduct in the United Kingdom particularly in the area of medical research is an endemic problem: An informal survey released by BMJ at the meeting showed that out of 2700 responses by BMJ subscribers 13% of medical and academic researchers had witnessed misconduct and 6% were aware of possible research misconduct at their institution that hadn’t been properly investigated It’s a "time bomb" according to former Member of Parliament Evan Harris "It only takes one high profile case where patients have suffered for the whole of UK research to be put under the spotlight" he said Written by Agencies | Published: September 12 2011 1:12 pm Top News Katrina Kaif has bagged another item number and this time it is in Hrithik Roshan starrer ‘Agneepath’ After making the nation go crazy with ‘Sheila Ki Jawaani’ and recently grooving to the title track ‘Bodyguard’news is that she will be seen doing an item number yet again; this time with Sanjay Duttwho plays the bad man Kancha Cheena in ‘Agneepath’ This will be the first time Katrina and Sanjay will be sharing screen space Katrina is a fantastic dancer and Dutt being a non-dancer has decided to take two weeks off to rehearse his steps He will also shave his head off for the third time for ‘Agneepath’ The song is composed by National Award winning music directors Ajay and Atul Gogavalewho had composed the music of ‘Singham’ The item number is going to be really sizzling Reportedlyit is going to be on the lines of another Amitabh Bachchan chartbuster ‘Jhuma Chooma De Dein’ from Mukul Anand’s Hum Now this is one song we are eagerly awaiting for For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Paromita Chakrabarti | Updated: November 5 2016 2:36 am Daywalt and Jeffers’ sequel to The Day the Crayons Quit is a laugh-out-loud read Top News Book: The Day The Crayons Came Home Author: Drew Daywalt and Oliver Jeffers Publication: Harper Collins Pages: 40 Price: Rs 699 Appropriate for: 5+ What could be more fun than a bunch of crayons on strike because they don’t like their jobs The answer lies in every mom’s clean-up nightmare: crayons left everywhere but in their box As Duncan the owner of the said crayons sits colouring one day he gets a stack of postcards from an outspoken and indignant lot demanding immediate rescue or release There’s Maroon forgotten on the sofa and broken into half; Pea Green who wants to be known as Esteban the Magnificent because who likes pea and who likes green There’s directionally-challenged Neon Red forgotten at Ritz Motel eight months ago My favourite is the toddler crayon who begs for a merciful release from Duncan’s brother (“Picasso said every child is an artist but I dunno I don’t think he met your brother”) Daywalt and Jeffers’ sequel to The Day the Crayons Quit is a laugh-out-loud read Not much needs to be said anew about Jeffers’ art He usually plays a lone hand working on his text and stories alone but here Daywalt’s story is the perfect complement to his genius It’s a collector’s item of a book just like the previous book and most of Jeffers’ work For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsI liked it very much.5 and f/2. we conducted speed tests on a Reliance Jio 4G SIM card.

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