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For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsTurkish academics who have openly criticized Turkey’s military crackdown on ethnic Kurdish communities are now feeling the wrath of their government In recent days the government arrested 33 academics Although all have since been released ScienceInsider has learned 15 have been fired from their university posts Today Turkey’s Science Academy released a statement objecting to the government’s “wrong and disturbing” reaction in what is mushrooming into yet another crisis for the nation’s academic community Human rights organizations as well as the US National Academies of Science Engineering and Medicine have criticized Turkey and called on it to respect freedom of speech "This is a witch-hunt by the government" says Caghan Kizil a Turkish neuroscientist based at the Dresden University of Technology in Germany "It aims to silence the opposition with brutality and bullying" The US National Academies "will continue to monitor the situation closely" says Martin Chalfie the Nobel Prize–winning chemist who chairs the Academies’ Committee on Human Rights in Washington DC The saga started on 11 January when a letter protesting violence in Turkey’s ethnically Kurdish southeastern region and calling on the government to make peace with Kurdish rebels was posted online More than 1000 academics in Turkey and abroad signed it At a press conference the next day Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan denounced the letter as "treachery" By the end of the week the government had launched 109 criminal investigations into academics based in Turkey Human rights groups have condemned the government for demolishing thousands of Kurdish villages and leaving as many as 1 million people homeless Turkey blames tensions on the most extreme Kurdish faction the Kurdistan Workers’ Party which Turkey and the United States have labeled a terrorist organization According to the Turkish government the conflict since 1984 has claimed more than 40000 lives Tensions between Turkish academics and the conservative government have been building for years Among more than 600 signatures that have been added to a new statement of solidarity with the academics is Mehmet Ali Alpar president of the Science Academy in Istanbul which in 2011 was created in opposition to the government’s control of the official academy The opposing academy has now issued its own statement which is “in defense of the freedom of expression" says Alpar who provided ScienceInsider with the following English translation: "Democracy cannot exist without freedom of expression We the undersigned academics believe that freedom of expression is the core element of academic life Based on this belief and independently of our personal views regarding the underlying causes of the ongoing violent conflict in our country we think that the reaction of the government and the Higher Education Council towards the petition entitled “We shall not be a party to this crime” signed by over one thousand academics is wrong and disturbing Democracy cannot exist without freedom of expression It is natural that academics feel the responsibility to share with the wider public the opinions they form by reasoning and following the dictates of their conscience Public debate and criticism are the basic tenets of democracy whereas silencing and persecuting dissent are the hallmark of authoritarianism The attempt to punish the academics who express their opinions regarding the burning problems which currently affect the country constitutes a blow to academic freedom Social progress is bound to be impeded by such an attack Preventing the expression of ideas poses a far more serious threat to democracy than expressing controversial ideas" One of the organizers of the original protest letter Sinem Arslan a Turkish political scientist at the University of Essex in the United Kingdom is circulating a new letter describing the plight of Turkish academics in detail The arrested academics may have been freed but many do not feel safe Kizil says "The biggest danger may not be legal prosecutions but extrajudicial punishment … Local mobbing is common [and] these academics are being targeted by various groups in Turkey now They are terribly afraid"Written by Agencies | Srinagar | Published: December 16 2010 2:14 pm Related News General Officer Commanding (GoC) of Army’s 15 Corps Lieutenant General S A Hasnain on Thursday said there was a need for humanistic approach in bringing stability in Jammu and Kashmir “My approach is entirely human and nothing more than that I think my force should not be seen as a force with arms everywhere” Lt Gen Hasnainwho became only second Muslim officer after M A Zaki to command the 15 Chinar Corpstold reporters on the sidelines of a function here Lt Gen M A Zaki was the first Muslim officer who became the GoC of 15 Chinar Corps in 1988-90 Lt Gen Hasnain said he was looking at a long term perspective where Army can assist the state administration in reaching out to the people “Our main weapon is our heart and that is the main weapon we carry around in all our efforts to ensure that we bring stability to the state all over again” the GoC said Lt Gen Hasnain said his main emphasis at the moment was to study the situation here “My emphasis at the moment is to study the situation here… I think the internal situation here is seeking my attention” he said Lt Gen Hasnain said the recent summer unrestin which more than 100 civilians were killedwas “extremely well handled” “I may say that the situation was extremely well-handled while it was a situation The army was in the background advising and assisting wherever it could” he added He said the Army was well integrated with the state government and was advising Chief Minister Omar Abdullah “wherever it could” “We are very much integrated with every effort of the state government and I am also a security adviser to the Chief Minister I always look forward to putting forward our advice This is a kind of system that has existed in a very successful way in the state and I hope it will carry on” the Corps Commander said Laterthe GoC paid floral tributes to soldiers who lost their lives in 1971 war with Pakistani Army in the erstwhile East Pakistan as Army observed “Vijay Divas” (Victory Day) to commemorate its victory in the 1971 war with Pakistan which led to the creation of Bangladesh Lt Gen Hasnainwho was flanked by top Army officers of Srinagar-based 15 Corpstermed the 1971 victory of the Army as its “first decisive victory over the enemy” “It was independent Indian Army’s first decisive victory over the enemy” he said addressing the troops at Badamibagh Cantonment in Srinagar and asked soldiers of the 15 Corps to be readyif neededto repeat the victory against the “same enemy” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News The price is $649 for the new 10. 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And filmmakers are kind enough to think of me when they come up with ? and that macaques left a scent on trees that would discourage migratory birds from returning. but rather the direct threat that they pose that would lead birds to abandon the colony temporarily or over time.We shouldn’t lose sight of what warfarin is like in the real world, he said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: May 21 2013 12:47 pm Related News Rishi Kapoor and son Ranbir Kapoor are all set to revive the Bollywood’s first film family banner RK films with the remake of the yesteryear’s hit film Awara Also read: Will charter my own coursenot under RK Films: Ranbir Kapoor While the father son duo are currently working together in Abhinav Kashyap’s Besharam Rishi Kapoor who was recently seen in a powerful role in Aurangzebconfirms that while Abhinav’s film was the testing grounds for performance togethera full-fledged film is what they are looking at next Further talking about the remake of AwaraRishi Kapoor states that in all likelihood they will be remaking the film under the RK bannerhowever the senior actor firmly reiterates that he will be staying away from the directorial bit For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | Published: August 28 2016 5:59 pm Apple introduced Touch ID with the iPhone 5S back in 2013 and has since featured on all latest devices Top News Apple might be planning to remove the physical Touch ID button and directly integrate biometric functionality to the display for its 2017 iPhone model according to an IANS report Apple introduced Touch ID with the iPhone 5S back in 2013 which has since featured on all newer devices The company has since been improving the accuracy of the fingerprint sensor and speed of unlocking With the Touch ID button gone a user will need to press on a designated Touch ID area of the display to access the biometrics sensor The user will feel a vibration when the feature is activated and then unlock the device This feature falls in line with earlier reports claiming that the new iPhone might sport an OLED curved display – ditching its aluminium frame design for an all glass phone The phone is also rumoured to carry active sidewalls on its curved display and virtual buttons Touch ID is used on the iPhone to unlock the device safeguard data Apple Pay and app purchases With the upcoming iOS 10 Touch ID can also be used for mobile purchases through a device’s Safari browser Apple has not officially talked about any of these features but considering that 2017 will mark the 10-year anniversary since the first iPhone – Apple is rumoured to give the iPhone a major overhaul Rumours also suggest that Apple is planning to include the Touch ID feature with its new MacBook Pro 13-inch and 15-inch lineup along with a mini OLED screen that will provide touch control buttons For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Washington | Published: June 25 2012 11:27 am Related News Researchers have tried to find out why the audiences are continuing to see film after film based on comic book heroeswhich have been major draws at theatres across the country and around the world during recent and past summers Amanda Berryan assistant professor of literature at American Universitysaid that one reason behind this is that comic book movies consistently make a lot of money During the last 5 yearsHollywood studios have released 21 films adapted from comic books? 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