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districts at about Rs 20 per bottle of country liquor A study conducted by the government recently has estimated that consumption of hooch in the state is at least one-and-half times that of authorised country liquor For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Cairo | Published: November 11 2009 3:58 pm Related News India is the guest of honour at the 33rd Cairo International Film Festival (CIFF)which opened here with the screening of John Abraham-Katrina Kaif starrer Hindi film ‘New York’ The festival was jointly inaugurated by the Egyptian Minister of CultureH E Farouk Hosni and Indian Secretary of the Ministry of Information and BroadcastingRaghu Menonlast night Around 25 Indian films will be screened during the 10-day-long festivalwhich will also organise a retrospective of the films by Indian director Madhur Bhandarkar More than 30 leading Indian films personalities are expected to grace the festival red carpet Some of the big 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the thesis in accordance with the academic regulations of the time a separate investigation by the National Council for Attestation of Titles Diplomas and University Certificates (CNATDCU) concluded that large chunks of the thesis had been copied without proper referencing The ethics committee of the University of Bucharest has since come to a similar conclusion and it is now up to the education minister whom Ponta appointed to make a decision on whether to retract the title So far the prime minister has denied the charges Many expat Romanian researchers as well as some researchers in the country are now apparently worried that attending the Diaspora conference would equate to endorsing academic misconduct On 9 September Cristian Dogaru a Romanian health and social scientist studying pediatric respiratory epidemiology at the University of Bern’s Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine launched an online petition "urging researchers to boycott the conference and thus send a message that the scientific community does not endorse (and has zero tolerance for) academic fraud" he explains in an e-mail to ScienceInsider The petition has garnered more than 180 signatures at this point Dogaru adds that it’s "extremely offending" that the upcoming conference is chaired by the prime minister given the conclusions about his thesis from several scientific committees "The boycott is caused by a regrettable error of perception" Luciana Bratu head of UEFISCDI’s International Relations Department writes in an e-mail to Science Insider The conference has always been organized under the patronage of the figure of the prime minister which "remains the same regardless of the person who temporarily occupies this position" Currently there are more than 900 people registered for next week’s conference Bratu adds (The conference’s Web site mentions there were more than 700 participants in 2010) Although not cited in the boycott petition other issues are angering Romania’s expat researchers Among the reforms that former science minister Daniel Funeriu passed under the previous Democratic Liberal Party government was the recruitment of a large number of foreign-based Romanian scientists to sit on CNATDCU for the validation of doctoral theses and scientific titles "It was in the direction of reforming Romanian academia which was marred by all kinds of degrees" granted to politicians without any scientific basis by a merely corrupt system says Gabriel Cornilescu a Romanian structural biologist at the University of Wisconsin’s National Magnetic Resonance Facility at Madison But back in June just as it was writing up its conclusion that Ponta had plagiarized part of his thesis CNATDCU’s general committee was dissolved by the science and education minister of the time Earlier this month on 7 September a government order announced the new composition of CNATDCU "The scientific level of the people that were named members in the new committee is well below the previous committee" says Lucian Ancu a Romanian expat particle physicist at the University of Bern’s Albert Einstein Center for Fundamental Physics Ancu alleges that some on the new panel don’t meet the minimum requirement for the titles they hold which disturbs him as one remit of CNATDCU is to establish criteria for scientific titles "These rules for becoming a professor and so on seem to be on shaky ground" he says All foreign-based scientists were also dismissed from CNATDCU’s disciplinary commissions which some who have been removed call a political move The idea is to populate "these commissions with a majority of people that can be controlled by the actual political entities in Romania They are trying to punish everyone that has said that the prime minister made a plagiarism [and] his PhD is invalid" says Cornilescu who up until the announcement was part of CNATDCU’s biochemistry and biology commission Cornilescu issued a petition to return to the original structure of CNATDCU that to date has gathered about 200 signatures from scientists in Romania and abroad The current science and education minister went on to declare that expat scientists may soon be reincorporated within these commissions "but everybody is skeptical" Cornilescu adds Ad Astra a nongovernmental organization of Romanian scientists with an interest in bringing the country up to international standards has also protested the changes at CNATDCU in a recent public statement where it pointed out that the Romanian government is sending contradictory messages by removing all expatriated scientists from CNATDCU while organizing a conference aimed at building bridges between at-home and expatriated scientists Written by Natasha Sahgal | Published: March 2 2010 10:41 pm Related News Bollywood NonsensexChannel VSundays at 7pmRating- ***Whats it aboutBollywood Nonsensex is basically a spoof on all that is Bollywood Be it the over hype of filmssecret affairsbad actors or tabloid journalismthe show takes a dig at everything that typifies Bollywood The hosts pretend to be business news broadcasters and give actors and films values in the share market The market values of these actors then increase and decrease according to their hitsflops and rumours The hosts pretend that the viewers are investors and give them pointless advice on what to do with their money They parody the so-called losers in the industry and report news that never really happened The show has a striking similarity to UTV Bindasss new show 2 Idiots where two reporters talk about non happenings of the industry as wellwithout the share market angle Both the shows seem to be catching viewers imagination and it looks like audiences prefer fictionalised news to the real deal probably the reason why entertainment tabloids are so popular Whos in itVJ Juhi Pande and VJ Manish Anand host the show They are dressed and behave like serious business newscasters and both manage jokes with straight faces There are several different 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