Nanobodies hold the key to imaging COVID-19

Nanobodies are antibodies found in camelids (llamas, alpacas and camels), which are much smaller than human antibodies. Their high stability, small structure, and specificity makes them ideal for the purification and stabilisation of proteins and protein structures, prior to imaging. The team at The Franklin are targeting their work at a protein which sits on the outside of the SARS-CoV-2 viral particle known as the 'spike', which binds to human cells during an infection. This protein has a specific area—the receptor binding domain (RBD) - which is responsible for this binding action. The protein is a major target in COVID-19 research, as it plays a pivotal role in infection and may be a strong target for future vaccines and therapies.........Read more

Tokyo postpones training for Olympics volunteers over coronavirus fears

Organizers for the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics have postponed training for volunteers because of the spread of the coronavirus in Japan. The training was scheduled to be held starting Saturday but will be rescheduled, the organizing committee said in a statement released late Friday. The postponement of training will not affect other preparations, and organizers are not considering canceling the games, the statement said. Japan is facing growing questions about whether it is doing enough to stop the coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, which emerged in central China late last year and has spread to 24 other countries.........Read more

Apple supplier Wistron to assemble key iPhone component in new India plant: sources

Taiwan’s Wistron Corp plans to assemble printed circuit boards (PCBs) for iPhones at its new plant in southern India, two sources said, highlighting Apple Inc’s push to expand manufacturing in the world’s second-biggest smartphone market. The local assembly of PCBs by Wistron’s India unit will be a first for the contract manufacturer, which began making Apple’s low-priced SE model in the southern tech hub of Bengaluru in 2017. It currently assembles the 6S and 7 iPhone models there as well. ........Read more

Science is developing a once-a-month form of contraception. Finally.

The team at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) who are developing the pill say it could be available within three to five years. The gelatine capsule, which has only been tested on pigs so far, dissolves in the stomach to release a special six-armed “star-shaped” polymer structure, which the MIT team originally developed for those taking HIV or malaria medication.........Read more

Automobile sales dip by 13.08%, car sales down 8.4%: SIAM

There was an 8.4% decline in domestic car sales in the month of December last year compared to December 2018 figures, data released by the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) said. 1,55,159 units of domestic cars w Meanwhile, passenger vehicle sales recorded a decline of 12.75% last year compared to the December 2018 figures. 33,94,790 units were sold in 2018 compared to 29,62,052 units sold in 2018.........Read more

Six of top-10 Indian firms lose ₹26,624 crore in m-cap, ICICI Bank worst hit

ICICI Bank's valuation tumbled ₹6,883.44 crore to ₹3,48,532.24 crore, taking the steepest hit among the top-10 firms. The m-cap of Kotak Mahindra Bank dropped ₹5,197.08 crore to ₹3,16,763.68 crore and that of Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) plunged ₹4,589.4 crore to ₹4,17,538.13 crore.........Read more

Will the world's 'first male birth control shot' work?

Invented by Sujoy Guha, a maverick 78-year-old Delhi-based biomedical engineer, the drug is a single preloaded syringe shot into the tubes carrying sperm from the testicle to the penis, under local anaesthesia. The non-hormonal, long-acting contraceptive, researchers claim, will be effective for 13 years. After years of human trials, the drug called Risug, an acronym for reversible inhibition of sperm under guidance, is ready. It is a viscous gel which inactivates the sperm. The effectiveness of a second part of the treatment - an injection which dissolves the gel, hopefully reversing the effects and allowing a man to father a child - hasn't yet been tested in humans, though it has worked in animal studies.........Read more

Chandrayaan-2 successfully performs second de-orbiting manoeuvre ahead of moon landing

The second de-orbiting manoeuvre for the Chandrayan-2 spacecraft was performed successfully today (Wednesday, September 4), beginning at 3:42 AM as planned, using the onboard propulsion system, said the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). The duration of the manoeuvre was nine seconds. This brings the mission one step closer to landing on the moon. The Chandrayaan-2 orbiter continues to orbit the moon in an orbit of 96 km x 125 km and both the Orbiter and Lander are healthy, informed the organisation. With this manoeuvre, the required orbit for the Vikram Lander to commence it descent towards the surface of the Moon is achieved. The Lander is scheduled to powered descent between 0100 - 0200 hrs IST on September 07, 2019, which is then followed by touch down of Lander between 0130 - 0230 hrs IST Earlier on Tuesday,Chandrayaan-2 had successfully performed its first de-orbiting manoeuvre. A former NASA astronaut Donald A Thomas said that when India's ambitious lunar mission Chandrayaan-2 will land on the surface of the moon then everyone at America's space agency and people around the world would be watching it. "Chandrayaan-2 will be the first spacecraft to land near the South pole of the moon and this is where NASA hopes to land astronaut in about five years from now. Not just NASA, but the whole world would be interested in knowing about the moon and the universe by following Chandrayaan-2," he said.........Read more

Pakistan ‘most dangerous country’ in the world, says ex-US defense secretary

Former US defense secretary James Mattis has said he considers Pakistan as the “most dangerous country” he dealt with it in a long career spanning decades in the military and as a member of President Donald Trump’s cabinet, because of the level of radicalization of its society and its nuclear weapons. Mattis, who left the Trump administration in January, also slammed Pakistan’s obsession with India, saying it “views all geopolitics through the prism of its hostility toward India” and that has also shaped their policy on Afghanistan as the “the Pakistan military wanted a friendly government in Kabul that was resistant to Indian influence”. He has long years of experience dealing with Pakistan and South Asia, first as a top US Marine Corps commandeer in Afghanistan, head of US central command and then as secretary of defense. “Of all the countries I’ve dealt with, I consider Pakistan to be the most dangerous, because of the radicalization of its society and the availability of nuclear weapons,” Mattis has written in “Call Sign Chaos”, an autobiography that hit the stands Tuesday. “We can’t have the fastest-growing nuclear arsenal in the world falling into the hands of the terrorists breeding in their midst. The result would be disastrous.”........Read more

Chandrayaan-2 Sends Moon's First Image From Lunar Orbit, Mare Orientale, Apollo Craters Visible

After successfully entering the Lunar orbit on Tuesday, Chandrayaan-2 sent the first image of the moon in which Mare Orientale Basin, Apollo Craters has been identified. The Vikram Lander of the Chandrayaan-2 captured the image of the moon at a height of about 2650 km from Lunar surface on August 21, 2019, which was shared by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) today. Apollo crater is an enormous impact crater (circular depression in the surface) located on the southern hemisphere on the far side of the moon. It’s a double-ringed walled plain (or basin) whose inner ring is roughly half the diameter of the outer wall. The Male Orientale Basin is a lunar mare (large, dark, basaltic plains on the moon formed by ancient volcanic eruptions) located on the near side and far side of the moon. After the successful Lunar Orbit Insertion (LOI), Chandrayaan-2 had entered the Lunar orbit on Tuesday.........Read more

It is Condemnable: Bihar CM Hits Out at Pragya Thakur For 'Deshbhakt Godse' Remark

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday berated Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)’s Bhopal Lok Sabha candidate Pragya Singh Thakur’s for calling Mahatma Gandhi’s assassin Nathuram Godse a “deshbhakt (patriot)”. The CM said that such statements should not be tolerated.........Read more

‘Pinpoint accuracy’: UN praises India on minimising loss of life from Cyclone Fani

The UN agency for disaster reduction has commended the Indian Meteorological Department’s “almost pinpoint accuracy” of early warnings that helped authorities conduct a well-targeted evacuation plan and minimise the loss of life as extremely severe cyclonic storm Fani made landfall near the coastal city of Puri.........Read more

NASA’s InSight spacecraft detects its first possible "marsquake" on the Red Planet

NASA’s InSight lander, which has been sitting on the surface of Mars since November, just detected its first possible quake on the Red Planet. It’s a big first in the spacecraft’s ongoing mission to listen for rumblings coming from inside the planet. Unfortunately, the so-called “marsquake” was too small to help scientists learn more about Mars’ structure. ........Read more

IAF Pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan May Soon Get His Wings Back

Indian Air Force pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman is most likely to get his wings back or be given the clearance to return as a fighter pilot to the cockpit. The 35-year-old IAF pilot is set to undergo a series of medical tests at IAM, sometime in the coming weeks.........Read more

Goa chief minister Pramod Sawant wins trust vote, gets support of 20 lawmakers in 36-member assembly

The BJP-led government in Goa proved its majority winning the floor test in the state assembly. The Pramod Sawant government got the support of 20 MLAs in the assembly, whose strength has reduced from 40 to 36.........Read more

Indian Army jawan killed, 3 injured in Pakistan shelling in Jammu and Kashmir's Sunderbani sector

An Indian Army jawan was killed and three others were injured in heavy shelling by Pakistan on the Line of Control. The ceasefire violation took place in Jammu and Kashmir’s Sunderbani Sector of Rajouri. ........Read more

Five Indians Confirmed Dead Among 50 Killed in New Zealand Mosque Shooting

Five Indians were among the 50 people killed by a white supremacist, who opened fire on worshippers at two mosques in Christchurch, in the worst attack on Muslims in New Zealand.........Read more

Former special police officer killed by militants in Kashmir’s Pulwama

A former Special Police Officer was shot dead by militants in broad daylight in a village in Pulwama district of South Kashmir. The deceased has been identified as Ashiq Ahmed Nayek.........Read more

Karnataka rebel Congress MLA  Umesh Jadhav resigns, likely to join BJP

Umesh Jadhav, one of four Congress rebel MLAs in Karnataka submitted resignation to Karnataka Assembly speaker KR Ramesh Kumar. He is expected to join the BJP soon and could be their candidate against Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge for the Gulbarga seat in the Lok Sabha elections.........Read more

Supreme Court pans Centre on Assam’s citizen register, says trying to destroy process

The Supreme Court pulled up the Centre over the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam saying that the Union home ministry comes up with different stories to destroy the process.........Read more

World Bank unveils $200 billion in 2021-25 climate action investment

The World Bank on Monday unveiled $200 billion in climate action investment for 2021-25, doubling its current five-year funding in support for countries to take ambitious climate change action.........Read more

Tata 45X: Latest spy shots of Maruti Baleno rival reveal more!

The Tata 45X was first unveiled as a concept version of a production car that would rival the Maruti Baleno and Hyundai i20 at Auto Expo. Tata is hard at work getting its premium hatchback challenger for the Maruti Baleno ahead of its launch next year.........Read more

Proud moment! Cochin International Airport, the 1st fully solar-powered airport, wins UN’s environment award

It’s a proud moment for the country as the International Airport of Cochin has been awarded for Entrepreneurial Vision, for its leadership in the use of sustainable energy by the UN. Cochin international airport is the world’s first fully solar-powered airport. ........Read more

Severe storm occurrences caused Kerala floods, says Central Water Commission

A study by the Central Water Commission (CWC), New Delhi, has concluded that the flood in Kerala was due to severe storm occurrences and the release from reservoirs had only a minor role in flood augmentation.........Read more

The Oscars will not introduce controversial 'popular film' category at 2019 awards show

The Academy Awards has decided not to introduce a new Oscar for "outstanding achievement in popular film" after the idea drew a widespread backlash. ........Read more

Pro-Khalistan rally in London fails to make impact as India supporters eclipse event with Modi's placards, patriotic songs

While pro-Khalistan demonstrators raised slogans, a lot of it was drowned by India supporters who came out to counter the event. Around 200 people attended a pro-India rally and were seen with placards that said: "Sikhs for a United India" and "We stand for one united strong India."........Read more

No-confidence Motion Against Modi Government: All Eyes Now on AIADMK as TRS Calls Off Protests

All eyes will be on All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) after the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) called off its protest in Parliament. The two parties have been disrupting the proceedings on various demands.........Read more

Aliens might wipe out life on Earth with just a message, say researchers

In the research paper titled Interstellar communication. IX. Message Decontamination is Impossible, the researchers wrote: "A complex message from space may require the use of computers to display, analyze and understand. Such a message cannot be decontaminated with certainty, and technical risks remain which can pose an existential threat."........Read more

J&K: Constable runs away with 4 rifles; Hizbul claims he joined outfit

The Hizbul Mujahideen claimed on Sunday that the Jammu & Kashmir police constable, who decamped with four assault rifles from central Kashmir’s Budgam district, has joined them.........Read more

Herrera ends De Gea dominance to win United Player of the Year

Ander Herrera has been named Manchester United's Player of the Year for 2016-17, ending David de Gea's stranglehold on the award. He finished 242 votes ahead of utility Antonio Valencia, while top goalscorer Zlatan Ibrahimovic was third.........Read more

Netflix Will Stop Running on Rooted, Unlocked Android Devices; Move Against Piracy?

Netflix, World’s most popular on-demand entertainment app has decided to religiously follow Google’s official guidelines on the security of Android devices. And the first shots have already been fired. Henceforth, Netflix won’t be available on rooted and unlocked Android devices.........Read more

Petrol pumps not to shut shop on Sundays for now

On April 10, the Consortium of Indian Petroleum Dealers (CIPD), which claims to have 25,000 members, asked its members to shut shop on Sundays starting May 14, in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision to reduce fuel consumption. “We have been called by the government for a meeting in this regard on May 17 in Mumbai. Hence, we have asked our retail outlets to stay open on Sunday,” A D Sathyanarayan, president, CIPD, said. ........Read more

Scientists discover genetic mutation that causes rare skin disease keratolytic winter erythema

Researchers at the Sydney Brenner Institute for Molecular Bioscience and the Division of Human Genetics at Wits, in collaboration with peers in Europe, the US and Canada published this research in the May issue of the American Journal of Human Genetics.........Read more

2017 Chevrolet Beat Hatchback Might Be Launched In July

The upcoming 2017 Chevrolet Beat hatchback is based on the Beat Activ concept we saw at the 2016 Auto Expo. The new-gen model will come with some major design and styling upgrades and the Chevrolet MyLink2 infotainment system.........Read more

Another case against TVFs Arunabh Kumar? Indian Fowler says she has lodged formal complaint

The Medium user named 'Indian Fowler', whose blog from around a month ago sparked a massive firestorm around online production house The Viral Fever and its CEO Arunabh Kumar, has now said that she has filed a case against Kumar.........Read more

Global nuclear giants go bust, should India celebrate?

The global nuclear industry is going through a virtual meltdown on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. This is happening even as India is investing heavily in nuclear energy. This collapse of atomic giants offers New Delhi a new opportunity and many in the Indian atomic establishment are silently celebrating this premature death of suitors who were wooing to put tens of atomic plants in India estimated to cost at least USD 150 billion.........Read more

Curfew imposed in Odisha after communal clashes over alleged comments about Ram and Sita on Facebook

Tension started brewing when members of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal blocked roads and staged demonstrations outside the local police station on Thursday to demand the arrest of three Muslim youngsters who allegedly posted the controversial comments.........Read more

Alert! A student is committing suicide in India every hour

Every hour, one student commits suicide in India, according to 2015 data (the latest available) from the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB). In 2015, Maharashtra reported most student suicides of any state: 1,230 of 8,934 (14%) nationwide, followed by Tamil Nadu (955) and Chhattisgarh (625). Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu are among India’s most advanced states, and their high rate of suicides could reflect the pressures of economic growth.........Read more

'India, Russia to set up $1 b fund to promote biz'

India and Russia are setting up a $1 billion fund to promote mutual investments in infrastructure and technology projects, Both the countries would contribute $500 million to the fund, Sitharaman said while addressing India-Russia Business Forum at the ongoing International Engineering Sourcing Show.........Read more

Star India not interested to bid for Team India Sponsorship

Star India CEO Uday Shankar said: “We have been very proud that our name is carried on the jersey of Team India. But given all the uncertainties, we have decided not to bid for it again. The commitments being asked for are too onerous without any clarity.” Shankar also commented on the ongoing tussle between the BCCI and the ICC, as well as the former’s possibility of pulling out of the Champions Trophy, to be held later this year. Shankar went on to say that India losing its power in world cricket would be a disaster for the sport.........Read more

Ex-England great Nasser Hussain the best captain I ever played against, says Sachin Tendulkar

Among the captains I played against, I consider Nasser Hussain the best. He was an excellent strategist and even if some of his tactics occasionally bordered on the negative - using the left-arm spinner Ashley Giles to bowl to me outside my leg stump from over the wicket, for example - he was a very good thinker about the game and was proactive.........Read more

The world's top 10 road trips

From a morning's jaunt to clear out the cylinders to epic road trips of sun, sea and sand, here's a fast countdown of the top 10 road tours worldwide.........Read more

ISRO ground-tests cryogenic engine for GSLV-Mark-III

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has successfully ground tested the Cryogenic Upper Stage engine meant for the rocket GSLV-Mark-III. In a release, the space agency has said the indegenously developed engine, designated as C25, was tested for a duration of 50 seconds in its Propulsion Complex at Mahendragiri in southern Tamil …........Read more

Bird flu strain may have jumped from cat to human

(HealthDay)—A veterinarian appears to have been infected with a strain of avian flu known as H7N2 that spread among more than 100 cats housed at New York City animal shelters. If confirmed, this would be the first known transmission of this bird flu strain from cat to human, officials said.........Read more

Record-Setting Supernova Actually a Black Hole Violently Eating a Star

Astronomers now say that what was previously believed to have been the brightest supernova ever recorded is actually a star being torn apart by a massive black hole. The celestial event, detected in 2015, was first identified by astronomers as the brightest supernova ever recorded, twice as bright as the previous record holder.........Read more

Fortunately, filmmakers in our time didn’t do business, they made art: Jaya Bachchan

“I think people at that time, writers, thinkers, artistes of different kinds, musicians, or anybody who had some kind of sensitivity in them, made cinema that they thought should be made…Of course, it had to talk about the time they were living in, or had lived with. Unfortunately, or fortunately, they didn’t talk about what is going to happen to cinema,” she said.........Read more

Cyrus Mistry Gave Up Family Time, Interests For Tata: Friend Supriya Sule

Cyrus Mistry surrendered "his entire family time and family business" after being named Chairman of the Tata Group and "it is wrong to suggest that he performed poorly" in that role, said politician Supriya Sule, who is a close friend of Mr Mistry and his wife, Rohiqa Chagla.........Read more

Government plans to introduce quota for faculty at IIMs

Union HRD Ministry has proposed to introduce reservation in teaching positions at Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) and will hold talks with the chiefs of these premier B-schools in this regard.........Read more

Jeff Bezos unveils the design of Blue Origin's future orbital rocket — the New Glenn

Blue Origin CEO Jeff Bezos has unveiled the name and look of the company’s future rocket, which will be capable of launching payloads — and people — into orbit around Earth. The rocket is named the...........Read more

Flipkart denies reports of 800 employees layoff

The firm rubbished sacking rumours and added that its technology team, which has over 1,000 engineers, will be the worst hit.........Read more

Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz donates $20 million to defeat Donald Trump

A co-founder of social media giant Facebook, Dustin Moskovitz said he was donating $20 million to help ensure the defeat of Republican candidate Donald Trump in the upcoming presidential elections.........Read more

Senior TMC Leader Madan Mitra Granted Bail in Saradha Chit Fund Scam

On Friday, the court of Chief judicial Magistrate, Alipore, granted him bail on twin bonds of Rs 15 lakh each. Durga Puja arrived early for Mitra's family and supporters as people in large numbers celebrated his bail, while the ruling Trinamool Congress hailed the court's verdict.........Read more

Angela Merkel allies call for ban on Muslim veils | The Asian Age

Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative Bavarian allies have called for tougher immigration rules in Germany that favour migrants from Europe’s “Christian-occidental cultural sphere”, according to a party paper seen by AFP on Thursday.........Read more

Digging for traces of Ganga in Bengaluru

Refrain from posting comments that are obscene, defamatory or inflammatory, and do not indulge in personal attacks, name calling or inciting hatred against any community. Help us delete comments that do not follow these guidelines by marking them offensive. Let's work together to keep the conversation civil.........Read more

Time to unlearn: Let your kids sleep during studies for faster revision

Letting your children take a quick nap during study hours could help them recall faster what they studied and make relearning easy, leading them to remember the exercises even six months later, says a new study.........Read more

I Saw Salman Khan Shoot The Chinkara, Says 'Missing' Driver To NDTV

Harish Dulani, the driver of the jeep used by actor Salman Khan during an alleged hunt in Rajasthan in 1998, said today that he had been living in fear and would have come forward with evidence had his family got protection.........Read more

India considers relaxing visa policy to attract more trade, investment

A new proposal by the commerce ministry suggests that business visa should be incorporated into the non-work visa category.........Read more

Jabong turning into marketplace as Snapdeal bid looms

Online fashion retailer Jabong is aiming to comply with rules on foreign investment ahead of a potential sale to e-commerce firm Snapdeal........Read more

Know Your Olympian: Dutee Chand, From Rags to Cases to Riches

Dutee Chand, Indian sprinter and current national 100m champion, will become the fourth woman ever to represent India in the event at the Olympics come August.........Read more

Fiat Linea, Punto Evo and Avventura Model Range Get More Powerful Engines

The Fiat Linea 125 S has been priced at Rs. 7.82 lakh, Fiat Punto EVO PowerTech starts at Rs 6.81 lakh and the Avventura PowerTech at Rs 7.87 lakh.........Read more

Centre-Delhi power tussle, SC to hear AAP govt plea on Monday

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear on urgent basis Delhi government's plea for full Statehood and extent of powers under Article 299AA of the Constitution on July 4. The Delhi government contend........Read more

‘Made in India’ F-16s on radar, thanks to FDI

American military manufacturer Lockheed Martin could soon be producing F-16 fighters in an assembly line based in India, taking advantage of the new liberalised FDI conditions announced by the govern........Read more

BASF India’s parent firm to buy Germany’s Chemetall for $3.2 billion

BASF SE of Germany signs agreement to acquire chemical firm Albemarle’s global surface treatment business of its unit Chemetall for $3.2 bn........Read more

ACB unearths Rs 3 crore assets of Boilers Department director

An ACB officer said calculations are underway and actual value of disproportionate assets will be revealed only after investigations.........Read more

Sahara auction: Sebi adds 16 new parcels; bid price Rs 1.2k crore

Markets regulator Sebi today added 16 more land parcels of Sahara group, with a reserve price of Rs 1,245 crore, to the list of properties to be auctioned next month for recovery of funds.........Read more

Jaya’s letter to PM Modi on exemption from NEET should go in trash: Swamy

Swamy’s reaction comes in the wake of Jayalalithaa’s recent letter to the Prime Minister asking him to exempt the state from the NEET.........Read more

Mallya's India woes now troubling his US beer firm

California-based Mendocino Brewing Company is banking on $1 mn bridge loan promised by Mallya's holding firm........Read more

19-Year-Old Shot Dead In Bihar Allegedly For Overtaking Politician's SUV

A 19-year-old boy was shot dead in Bihar's Gaya on Saturday night allegedly by the son of a Janata Dal (United) politician's son after he overtook the SUV in which he was traveling.........Read more

Data scientists earning more than CAs, engineers - Times of India

According to TeamLease, a staffing solutions company, data scientists with around 5 years' experience are earning over 75 lakh per annum as compared to 8-15 lakh for CAs and 5-8 lakh for engineers with the same experience level.........Read more

China releases first translations of Tagore's collective works

In all 33 volumes containing 16 million words covering his poetry, essays, novels and drama sections were released.........Read more

'Masaan' director Neeraj Ghaywan to donate National Award prize money towards relief work for Maharashtra farmers | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

'Masaan' director Neeraj Ghaywan to donate National Award prize money towards relief work for Maharashtra farmers - Neeraj Ghaywan and Varun Grover will donate Rs 1 Lakh towards relief work........Read more

Vyapam case: Main accused Ramesh Shivhare arrested by CBI, UP Special Task Force | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

Vyapam case: Main accused Ramesh Shivhare arrested by CBI, UP Special Task Force - Uttar Pradesh Special Task Force in a joint operation with CBI on Wednesday arrested one of the main accused in the Vyapam scam Ramesh Shivhare, who has been absconding, from Kanpur.........Read more