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> Automation in Construction<http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/09265805>
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> Volume 17, Issue 6<http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/09265805/17/6>,
> August 2008, Pages 670–681
> [image: Cover image]
> Resource-constrained critical path analysis based on discrete event
> simulation and particle swarm optimization
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>    - Ming Lu[image: Corresponding author contact information]<http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0926580507001410#cor1>,
>    [image: E-mail the corresponding author] <ce...@polyu.edu.hk>,
>    - Hoi-Ching Lam,
>    - Fei Dai
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>    - Department of Civil and Structural Engineering, Hong Kong Polytechnic
>    University, Hong Kong, China
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>    - Accepted 29 November 2007. Available online 21 February 2008.
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Volume 17, Issue 6, August 2008, Pages 670–681

Cover image

Resource-constrained critical path analysis based on discrete event simulation and particle swarm optimization

  • Ming LuCorresponding author contact information, E-mail the corresponding author,
  • Hoi-Ching Lam,
  • Fei Dai
  • Department of Civil and Structural Engineering, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, China
  • Accepted 29 November 2007. Available online 21 February 2008.

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> Parallel mechanisms of epigenetic reprogramming in the germline
>
> Jamie A. Hackett, Jan J. Zylicz, M. Azim Surani
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> Trends in Genetics. 2012 Mar 2.
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> PMID: 22386917
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> http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0168952512000145
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> Regulation and function of mammalian DNA methylation patterns: a
> genomic perspective
>
> Wu H, Tao J, Sun YE.
> Briefings in Functional Genomics (2012) doi: 10.1093/bfgp/els011
> First published online: March 7, 2012
> PMID: 22402507http://bfg.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2012/03/07/bfgp.els011.ab...

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On 12 March 2012 09:38, Abinaya <abivadivu@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear sir/madam,
I Am in need of 3 research papers urgently.kindly check if you can
help me with the papers the earliest.

1.The stimulation of bone formation in vitro by therapeutic ultrasound
Peter Reher†, ‡, El-Noor I. Elbeshir‡, Wilson Harvey‡, Sajeda Meghji,
‡, , Malcolm Harris‡

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0301562997000318

2.Low-Intensity Pulsed Ultrasound Produced an Increase of Osteogenic
Genes Expression During the Process of Bone Healing in Rats
Elaine Fávaro-Pípi∗, Paulo Bossini∗, Poliani de Oliveira∗, Juliana
Uema Ribeiro†, Carla Tim∗, Nivaldo A. Parizotto∗, Jose Marcos Alves§,
Daniel Araki Ribeiro‡, Heloísa Sobreiro Selistre de Araújo†, Ana
Claudia Muniz Renno‡,

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0301562910003704

3. Ultrasound Enhances Recombinant Human BMP-2 Induced Ectopic Bone
Formation in a Rat Model
Coen A. Wijdicks, Amarjit S. Virdi, Kotaro Sena, Dale R. Sumner,
Robert M. Leven

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0301562909002105

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CpG methylation recruits sequence specific transcription factors
essential for tissue specific gene expression

Raghunath Chatterjee, Charles Vinson

Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Gene Regulatory Mechanisms- 2012
Feb 23

PMID: 22387149

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1874939912000661


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Parallel mechanisms of epigenetic reprogramming in the germline

Jamie A. Hackett, Jan J. Zylicz, M. Azim Surani

Trends in Genetics. 2012 Mar 2.

PMID: 22386917

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0168952512000145

Regulation and function of mammalian DNA methylation patterns: a
genomic perspective

Wu H, Tao J, Sun YE.
Briefings in Functional Genomics (2012) doi: 10.1093/bfgp/els011
First published online: March 7, 2012
PMID: 22402507
http://bfg.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2012/03/07/bfgp.els011.abstract

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for 1st one abstract & full text both contains abstract only.


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1) 131 EFFECT OF PARABENS ON THE DISRUPTION OF OVARIAN FOLLICLE
MATURATION IN A NEONATAL FEMALE RAT MODEL
H. J. Ahn A, K. C. Choi A and E. B. Jeung A
Reproduction, Fertility and Development
2011 Dec;24(1)178

http://www.publish.csiro.au/index.cfm?paper=RDv24n1Ab131

2) Paraben esters: review of recent studies of endocrine toxicity,
absorption, esterase and human exposure, and discussion of potential
human health risks
Philippa D. Darbre, Philip W. Harvey
Journal of Applied Toxicology
Volume 28, Issue 5, pages 561–578, July 2008
onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jat.1358/
abstract;jsessionid=772012F4A5B65B9F7307CBEE7ADC1075.d01t01

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Dear sir/madam,
I Am in need of 3 research papers urgently.kindly check if you can
help me with the papers the earliest.

1.The stimulation of bone formation in vitro by therapeutic ultrasound
Peter Reher†, ‡, El-Noor I. Elbeshir‡, Wilson Harvey‡, Sajeda Meghji,
‡, , Malcolm Harris‡

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0301562997000318

2.Low-Intensity Pulsed Ultrasound Produced an Increase of Osteogenic
Genes Expression During the Process of Bone Healing in Rats
Elaine Fávaro-Pípi∗, Paulo Bossini∗, Poliani de Oliveira∗, Juliana
Uema Ribeiro†, Carla Tim∗, Nivaldo A. Parizotto∗, Jose Marcos Alves§,
Daniel Araki Ribeiro‡, Heloísa Sobreiro Selistre de Araújo†, Ana
Claudia Muniz Renno‡,

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0301562910003704

3. Ultrasound Enhances Recombinant Human BMP-2 Induced Ectopic Bone
Formation in a Rat Model
Coen A. Wijdicks, Amarjit S. Virdi, Kotaro Sena, Dale R. Sumner,
Robert M. Leven

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0301562909002105

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Saturday, March 10, 2012
Dyersburg State Gazette

Haynes
One Dyer County sex offender will not be seeing the light of freedom
for the next 40 years after he was sentenced last week to serve two
back-to-back 20-year sentences for sexually assaulting two men almost
three years ago.
Jay Haynes, 50, was arrested in 2009 for the rape of two mentally
challenged 18-year-old men who are twin brothers and was sentenced by
Judge Lee Moore after a Dyer County jury found him guilty on two
counts of rape.

Haynes was originally placed on the TBI's sex offender list in 1986
after he was convicted of raping a juvenile under the age of 13 in
Dyersburg. In 1996, he was convicted again in Lauderdale County for
aggravated sexual battery.

Haynes had to wear an ankle monitor for being a violent sex offender
and at some point became acquainted with the paternal grandmother of
the two young men. One night in June of 2009, the young men were
spending the night with their grandmother on Fisher Road when Haynes
sexually assaulted them.

Kathy Smith is the mother of the twins and she says the next evening
the men confided in her about the assaults Haynes had committed
against them. After hearing about the incident, she contacted the Dyer
County Sheriff's Department and they began an investigation.

Dyer County Sheriff's Investigator Calvin Johnson was assigned to the
case and the men were taken to a facility in Jackson, Tenn. for
physical examinations and mental evaluations. Both men were determined
to have the IQ of a 5-year-old child. Also, 22 pieces of evidence were
sent to the TBI's crime lab for processing.

Johnson said an arrest warrant was issued for Haynes and he had
subsequently cut off his monitoring device following the incident,
which briefly hindered law enforcement from finding him. Ultimately,
on July 3, 2009, authorities got a call that Haynes was working at
Hilltop Grocery in RoEllen and sheriff's deputies apprehended him
there. He remained in the Dyer County Jail since his arrest.

Smith says her sons are doing better since the incident, but it was
difficult for them to cope with what Haynes did to them.

"They have had to go into counseling for over a year and were on anti-
depressants and sleep aids to help them sleep," said Smith. "They were
having nightmares and were depressed during the daytime."

She says she had met Haynes a couple of times before he assaulted her
sons, but she did not know he was a sex offender.

As Haynes went through the court system, Smith was right there in the
courtroom each time, making sure justice was being served.

"He is a career criminal and he is a pedophile," said Smith. "My
concern was just him getting out and doing it to somebody else. He
could have hurt (my sons) really bad."

After the jury returned a guilty verdict and Moore handed down a 40-
year sentence to Haynes, Smith said she was satisfied with the
sentence. She does have a few words of advice for other people who may
have experienced a similar situation and tells them to not give up
hope.

"Fight to the end, because justice will prevail," said Smith.

Haynes is currently serving out his sentence in the West Tennessee
State Penitentiary in Lauderdale County.

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Beijing, March 11 (IANS) Admitting to problems in China's judicial
system, Chief Justice Wang Shengjun Sunday vowed to push forward
reforms.

China needs to improve the work of courts and deepen the reform of its
judicial system, Wang said in a report on the Supreme People's Court,
Xinhua reported.

"Some courts have not done well in improving transparency of court
affairs and promoting democratic judicial system," he said.

Some judges behaved badly and had a poor working style while irregular
practices in court proceedings and delays in hearings still existed,
he said.

A small number of judges were even found taking bribes and perverting
the law, he added.

This year the Supreme Court will work to reform court procedures,
speed up proceedings of civil cases involving a small sum of money,
and improve rules for citizens to observe trials, he said.

Chinese courts will better accept and respond to supervision from
lawmakers, political advisors and the public, he said.

He urged more efforts in accepting supervision from the general
public, including soliciting opinions from the public, giving more
heed to media reports and voices of netizens as well as promptly
responding to social concerns.

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> Title: Phenolics and Antioxidant Properties of Fruit Pulp and Cell
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> Optimizing recording capabilities of the Utah Intracortical Electrode
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> Electrophysiological Mapping of Cat Primary Auditory Cortex with
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> Volume 34, Number 2, 300-309, DOI: 10.1007/s10439-005-9037-9
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    Lecture Notes: Clinical Biochemistry
     By Geoffrey Beckett, Simon Walker, Peter Rae, Peter Ashby

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    By Maurice Malanes
    Inquirer Northern Luzon
    9:47 pm | Sunday, March 11th, 2012

    BAGUIO CITY, Philippines—A Protestant bishop here said he was "guilty"
    of at least two counts of trafficking.
    Bishop Donald Soriano of the Bethesda Ministries said this happened
    when a parishioner sought his advice and prayer when she applied for a
    job as a maid in a country in the Middle East.
    "So I prayed for her, encouraging her that job would help uplift her
    poor family," said Soriano.
    After a few months the parishioner called Soriano from abroad. "She
    was crying and complained that she was being maltreated," he said.
    Soriano could only pray to comfort her.
    Meanwhile, Soriano immediately sought the help of a senator who
    coordinated with the embassy in that country to rescue the troubled
    Filipino.
    "By praying for and encouraging my parishioner for that job, it didn't
    occur to me that she was being sent to a country notorious for some
    employers who violate basic human rights and abusing the dignity of
    their workers," said Soriano.
    Guilt
    "So in a way, I was guilty of helping abet this modern-day slavery
    called human trafficking," he said.
    Told recently before other pastors and civic leaders gathered for the
    launching of a movement here against trafficking, Soriano's story was
    his way of driving the message that there are various forms of human
    trafficking of which men, including pastors, are guilty of.
    The new movement is called the Men Against the Trafficking of Others,
    or Mattoo, which civic leaders organized in the United States in 2010.
    Soriano got in touch with Mattoo leaders when he was in Minnesota last
    year to meet with donors for the feeding and nutrition program of his
    church and other local partners.
    From initial meetings in November, Soriano sought out his network of
    church and civic leaders nationwide to launch last month the Mattoo
    movement in urban centers like Cagayan de Oro, Puerto Princesa, Naga,
    Manila, Baguio and Ilagan in Isabela.
    Mattoo seeks to strike at the root of what drives human trafficking—
    demand.
    "From our Business 101, we've learned that any business or industry is
    governed by the law of supply and demand," Mattoo International vice
    president Mark Cross told a recent forum here attended mostly by
    pastors.
    Demand
    "The demand for human trafficking, which includes the organized
    recruitment of women and children for slave labor and commercial sex
    trade, comes from men," said Cross.
    Mattoo has noted that almost all efforts of government agencies and
    private organizations helping address human trafficking have focused
    on intelligence and police work and rehabilitation of victims.
    "We are therefore focusing on the demand side," said Cross. "[The
    Mattoo movement] is about men rising up and saying, 'This is enough,'"
    he said.
    How large is the demand? Of the 27 million enslaved worldwide, 19
    million are in sex trafficking, said Cross, citing data from the
    United Nations, the US government and other international private
    organizations.
    "If the 19 million are 'sold' once a day, they are 'sold' 17 billion
    times in a year," he said.
    And the age of those trafficked worldwide is getting younger, at an
    average age of 11, because of the increasing fear of human
    immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    (AIDS) infection and other diseases, said Cross.
    He said human trafficking is the second-largest criminal industry in
    the world, generating $32 billion in annual profits.
    "When Mattoo began in 2010, trafficking was third, but now it's second
    after drugs," he said. "Human trafficking is also tied with illegal
    arms."
    Cross then showed a slide of a few Hollywood stars and ordinary
    citizens in various parts of the world, who, as a way of committing
    themselves to respecting the dignity of women, are carrying placards
    which read: "Real men don't buy girls."
    Men's role is crucial in cutting the demand for trafficking, said
    Cross.
    "Men can stand up and create hope and prove that they do oppose
    enslavement," he said.

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    [socialactionfoundationforequity:15018 Case No. 2985/30/1/2011

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    From: Section Office M-1 NHRC <so1.nhrc@nic.in>
    Subject: Case No. 2985/30/1/2011
    To: avnishjolly@yahoo.com
    Date: Friday, 9 March, 2012, 14:42




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    > NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION
    > ( L A W   D I V I S I O N )
    > Tel.No.: 011-2338 5368
    > Fax.No.: 011-2338 5368
    > Telegraphic Add: HUMANRIGHTS
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    > Case No.  2985/30/1/2011
    > Dated: 3/7/2012
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    >  Sir/Madam,
    > With reference to your complaint dated 06/06/2011, I am directed to say that the matter was considered by the Commission on 21/02/2012. The Commission has made the following directions:
    > Baba Ramdev had called for a pre-announced campaign from 04.06.2011 onwards at the Ramlila Ground, Delhi, to voice the issue of stashing the black money abroad. During the campaign, consultations with the government were being carried out. However, in the past midnight of 04/05.06.2011, the assembly at the Ramlila Ground was raided by the police and RAF personnel to disperse it, while the participating people, including old persons, women and children, who were on fast, were asleep. The police allegedly, resorted to lathi charge, teargasing, manhandling of women, children and old and forcibly evicted the participants from the venue. Many people were injured in the alleged action of the police. This was reported by the Media and the Commission took suo-motu cognizance in the matter. The Commission also received a number of complaints on the subject. The Commission put the following queries to the Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, Chief Secretary, Government of NCT of Delhi and Commissioner of Police, Delhi : (i) What were the reasons which prompted the government to make the midnight swoop on the people gathered at Ramlila ground in the intervening night of 04/05.06.2011? (ii) How many persons were injured in the incident and whether the government proposes to give any compensation to these persons? (iii) Whether the media reports of disappearance of many people are correct, and if so, how many people are missing and what steps have been taken to trace them out? Reports dated 17.06.2011 and 23.06.2011 were received from the Joint Commissioner of Police (NR), Delhi, which said that Supreme Court had also taken suo-motu cognizance in this matter vide order dated 06.06.2011. Besides this, another report gave the reasons for the action by the police on the intervening night of 04/05.06.2011 at the Ramlila ground. The latest report received from the Government of NCT of Delhi, is of Shri Mani Bhushan Malhotra, SDM, Pahar Ganj, which is dated 26.11.2011. As per this report, one Smt. Rajbala, who was severely injured in the incident in question, died on 26.09.2011, while under treatment at G.B. Pant Hospital. An ex-gratia relief of Rs.2 lakhs was released in favour of her husband. However, he refused to accept the same and demanded for justice. The Supreme Court of India has also taken suo-motu cognizance in the matter and is seized of the same. This Commission wanted to know if ex-gratia relief had been provided to the family of the deceased Smt. Rajbala. As informed by the SDM, the ex-gratia relief of Rs.2 lakhs released by the Government of Delhi, has been refused by the husband of the deceased. Since the Supreme Court is already seized of the matter, this Commission is not inclined to continue with these parallel proceedings. Hence, all these cases are closed.
    > This is for your information.
    > Yours faithfully,
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    > ASSISTANT REGISTRAR (LAW)
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    [socialactionfoundationforequity:15017 Re: 20,000 lawyers, 10,000 policemen and a protest march, what is in store? - Bangalore

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    In a Country like ours we need to limit the number of legislation and
    try to prevent people from going to courts.
    Our legal system has become factory to provide unproductive employment
    and business to lawyers.
    Many a times Lawyers become the agents to give bribes. Many Lawyers
    also drag the cases unnecessarily with the ultimate motive of making
    money for themselves. Judiciary simply allows adjournments. Cases that
    can be finished in a day or two or dragged on to run for years. Even
    if the contesting parties fed up and decide to settle the cases by
    mutual consent courts and lawyers do not allow it to be settled
    quickly. today any one can give a falls complaint and drag you to
    court. Courts can drag you to court if you comment on them for
    contempt of court. We also create rules that increase corruption and
    work load or revenue to government for spending on ministers. Take for
    example the fines under motor vehicles Act for violation of traffic
    rules. When roads are congested and the corrupt government machinery
    has allowed construction of more houses in a plot thus increasing the
    vehicle density, traffic violations are normal because every one is in
    a hurry to reach their destinations in time. But you will find
    Policemen instead of assisting the traffic waiting in some corner to
    catch people who might be the last to cross the signal when it just
    turns amber to red. In a democracy police should help people and not
    look at them as violators or criminals. This attitude of police will
    convert more honest people to become dishonest. After all what happens
    to the money collected it is just wasted either for the welfare of the
    Ministers and MLA's if fine is collected or for the welfare of the
    Police person if he collects it as bribe instead of fine. We are
    becoming slaves in our own country. Dynastic rule is returning. Day
    will come people will start disobeying the law created by these
    corrupt people and people will start boycotting lawyers, police and
    courts.

    On Mar 9, 12:00 pm, Avnish Jolly <avnishjo...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > 20,000 lawyers, 10,000 policemen and a protest march, what is in
    > store? - Bangalorehttp://www.dnaindia.com/bangalore/report_20000-lawyers-10000-policeme...
    >
    > Published: Friday, Mar 9, 2012,
    > By DNA Correspondent | Place: Bangalore
    >
    > Advocates from across the state will descend upon Bangalore on Friday
    > to show solidarity with Bangalore's legal fraternity, which has
    > alleged that the policemen beat up lawyers and even judges at City
    > Civil Court complex on March 2.
    >
    > Advocates have planned a march from the City Civil Court complex to
    > the high court, and a protest rally after that. About 20,000 lawyers
    > are expected to take part in the march.
    >
    > The police, too, have geared up. About 10,000 policemen will be on the
    > streets on Friday. The services of Karnataka State Reserve Police and
    > City Armed Reserve platoons will also be availed.
    > The police have clamped prohibitory orders in the central part of the
    > city.
    >
    > Maximum force DG&IGP Shankar M Bidari held a meeting with senior
    > police officers on Thursday to discuss security arrangements for
    > Friday. He directed city police commissioner BG Jyothi Prakash Mirji
    > to use maximum force to prevent any untoward incident. He directed
    > Mirji to take quick decisions to nip trouble in the bud.
    >
    > Bidari directed that 100-120 policemen should be deployed at all the
    > junctions near city courts, in areas such as Hudson Circle, KR Circle
    > and Mysore Bank Circle. Traffic police, too, have made plans to deal
    > with an emergency, said AddlCP (traffic), MA Saleem.
    >
    > An advocate said they were ready to face any kind of situation on
    > Friday. He said the lawyers would request the chief justice not to
    > continue court proceedings till their demands are met.
    > The advocates are demanding immediate suspension of Mirji and Bidari
    > for police atrocities on advocates on March 2, besides resignation of
    > home minister R Ashoka and law minister Suresh Kumar.
    >
    > Black band protest
    >
    > The policemen will be wearing black bands on their arms on Friday to
    > protest against the advocates' act of registering false cases against
    > the men in khaki.
    >
    > Family members of the policemen are also expected to take part in a
    > protest, seeking protection for breadwinner of their family.N Nagaraj,
    > president of Karnataka State Police Association, requested the
    > policemen to give no scope to complaints while managing the advocates'
    > protest on Friday.

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