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"People put on weight as they get old,C. calls the atlas "absolutely unique" and predicts that it will help set research priorities and bring attention to the need to invest in raising yields Aurangabad: A vegetable vendor allegedly committed suicide after receiving an electricity bill of Rs 864 lakh for the month of March which the power distribution firm later said was an erroneous one caused due to a missing decimal point Representational image AFP Jagannath Nehaji Shelke (36) allegedly hung himself in the early hours of Thursday as he was distressed over the bill and several visits to the local office of the state-run Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company (MSEDCL) were in vain his kin said on Thursday Shelke was served a bill in the last week of April of Rs 864 lakh after 61178 units of electricity was charged to him with MSEDCL officials now claiming that the correct figure for the units consumed at Shelke’s household should have been just 61178 This amount would have come to around Rs 2803 they said The incident took place in Bharatnagar locality within Pundliknagar police station limits said officials A suicide note left behind by the deceased stated that he was frustrated with the exorbitant bill since his household consumed electricity worth around Rs 1000 on an average every month An account assistant at the power utility Sushil Kashinath Koli was suspendedon Wednesday for alleged dereliction of duty said officials The MSEDCL which had earlier said that it had nothing to with Shelke’s death later took action against its employee after the deceased’s suicide note was widely circulated on social media His family memberson Thursday said that they would not cremate Shelke’s body which is in the morgue of a local hospital till the officials responsible for the tragedy were arrested under charges of abetment of suicide Washington: The US from Monday would start implementing a new rule which allows initiation of deportation process of people whose legal status to stay in America has expired for reasons such as denial of visa extension application or change in status officials said However in a relief to H-1B visa holders a federal agency tasked with this said that for the time being this policy will not be implemented with respect to employment-based petitions and humanitarian applications and petitions US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) tasked with granting the visa or its extension to non-immigrants said Wednesday they will start taking an incremental approach to implementing the new rule from October 1 Under the new rule they will issue notices to appear (NTA) to people whose applications regarding visa extension or changes in status have been denied NTA in immigration law parlance is considered the first step towards deportation of foreign nationals who do not have valid papers to legally stay in the US It is a document that instructs an individual to appear before an immigration judge Given that in recent months applications of extension of H-1B visa holders have been denied a significant number of whom are Indian nationals the new rule could have a major impact on Indians living in the US But for the time being issue of NTA to those categories have been put on hold USCIS said it will send denial letters for status-impacting applications that ensure benefit seekers are provided adequate notice when an application for a benefit is denied It said it will provide details on how applicants can review information regarding their period of authorised stay check travel compliance or validate departure from the US The federal agency will continue to prioritise cases of individuals with criminal records fraud or national security concerns "There has been no change to the current processes for issuing NTAs on these case types and USCIS will continue to use its discretion in issuing NTAs for these cases" it saidThe “my genes made me do it” defense is not solely reserved for Law and Order SVU At least not for long As science continues to tell us more and more about genetics geneticists and medical ethicists believe it’s only a matter of time before people start using genetic predispositions to get them out of guilty verdicts A precedent has been set with a number of recent cases but scientists and lawyers alike flag that a poor understanding of genetics and behavior could result in a dangerous misuse of science in the legal system That’s what Dr Paul Appelbaum the director of Columbia University’s Center for Research on Ethical Legal and Social Implications of Psychiatric Neurologic and Behavioral Genetics argues in an essay published today in the journal Neuron The problem is that a genetic predisposition for say violence is not the same as a diagnosed mental disorder “The ‘my genes made me do it’ argument is problematic because there is no evidence that genes make a person behave in a certain way that is beyond their capacity to control or recognize is wrong” says Appelbaum So far studies on some of the leading genetic markers are only associational and do not draw definite conclusions about a person’s behavior Even if a person has a genetic mutation that puts them at a higher risk for cancer there’s no guarantee they will develop the disease A genetics argument in criminal court may make scientists squeamish and Appelbaum says that should apply to civil courtwhich handles things like divorce and some property damage casesas well An interesting case in Canada raised this red flag In Adacsi v Amin a woman named Tammy Adacsi sued her landlords after the house she was staying in caught on fire She was hospitalized for months and claimed that her injuries prevented her from ever working again The landlords demanded in court that Adacsi be ordered to submit a blood sample to test for whether she is a carrier of a gene mutation for Huntingtons Disease which runs in her family The landlords argued some of her symptoms could be a result of that disorder The court ruled in their favor Appelbaum says it’s not out of the question that a similar thing could happen in the US In the future it might be even easier for courts to get access to defendants’ genetic data “If it’s true that more and more of us will have our genomes sequenced then this information will be sitting somewhere It will be much easier for litigants in civil cases and prosecutors or defense attorneys in criminal cases to subpoena something that already exists” says Applebaum “The increased availability of this information in the future might spur its introduction into court” His recommendation is that courts allow genetics to enter arguments very very slowly Contact us at [email protected] an agronomist at the University of Nebraska, It also would direct the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to write standards for how agencies conduct risk assessments and economic analyses, Defying a White House veto threat, " she says. interesting questions from readers.

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