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The new candidates will be trained and then put under the courses to be introduced in the cyber crime lab For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: June 2 2011 2:36 pm Related News Actress Asin Thottumkalwho is all excited about her upcoming film ‘Ready’says she does not want to be part of the rat race and was comfortable about her place in the film industry “I am not an insecure person as an actress…my priority is not to be in public eye all the time just by signing a lot of films There was sure a gap between ‘Ghajini’ and ‘Ready’ But I am working at my own pace I don’t want to be a part of the rat race I need to work at my comfort level I am a secured actor I don’t believe in competing unnecessarily” she said “As an actress I am satisfied with the way my career is shaping up I believe every actor has his/her own share of work and that it will come to him/her at a given time” Asked how she felt when all the credit for success of ‘Ghajini’ was taken away by Aamir Khan and now Salman Khan is seen all over the posters of ‘Ready’the 25-year-old said”It’s not at all a drawback to work with big stars The kind of talent Aamir has and the kind of star he ishe carried the film entirely on his shoulders” As far as ‘Ready’ is concerned I feel whatever importance Salman is getting he completely justifies it I always get the credit which I deserve; so have no complains” On the fierce competition in B-town among the actressesAsin said”I don’t look around and see what the other actresses are doing I am busy concentrating on my own career and have no time to see others” Asin made her Bollywood debut with ‘Ghajini’ opposite Aamir in 2008 After that she was seen alongside Ajay Devgn and Salman Khan in ‘London Dreams’ This year she will again be seen opposite the ‘Dabangg’ star in ‘Ready’ About her career strategiesAsin said”I have not made any strategies I would prefer to work on a movie where I am comfortable Just to be there and sign a lot of movies is not my criteria My view was never to make use of a hit like ‘Ghajini’ and go on a movie signing spree I always look into a lot of factors while signing a film I believe that the story line has to be intriguing and the script has to be excellent Apart from thisactorsdirector and even the banner should be good Audiences are looking for good films” The southern beautywho made her acting debut in 2001 with a Malayalam filmmade a smashing entry into the Hindi filmdom with mega hit ‘Ghajini’but ‘London Dreams’ proved to be a dud at the box office “I have been in the industry for quite some time now and have faced both highs and lows I am a level-headed person and know how to take things in stride I understand that it’s a cycle of events and I am not a newcomer who gets slaved by success” the actress-model maintained Directed by Anees Bazmee’Ready’ is all set for release on Friday For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsRaise R&D spending in Europe to a gargantuan 5% of GDP by 2030 Triple the share of the European Union’s budget spent on science and triple national outlays on higher education within Europe as well And while we’re at it: Double the percentage of the EU population with a tertiary education Those are some of the ambitious—and some say unrealistic—targets a European science policy panel laid out for the next 20 years in a report yesterday The group chaired by Imperial College London engineering professor John Wood calls for massive new investments in science and education that if recent European history is any guide will be difficult to implement But it’s the only way to salvage Europe’s wealth and create a "new Renaissance" according to the panel "If European politicians mean business this is what we have to do" Wood says "If they don’t frankly I think Europe is pretty much dead" The European Research Area Board (ERAB) a new group of 22 science business and industry experts advising the European Commission was asked to come up with a vision for the so-called European Research Area (ERA) This vaguely defined concept launched in 2000 is interpreted by most policy wonks as a common market where ideas and scientists flow as freely as they are thought to do in the United States But "the ERA has been talked about so much that it has become humdrum" says panel member Frank Gannon who heads the Science Foundation Ireland While some of the recommendations do address transnational obstacles—for instance by 2030 researchers’ mobility needs to triple with up to 20% of EU doctoral candidates working abroad—the panel took the opportunity to plead for a vastly increased role for science and innovation in Europe one that not only leads to economic benefits but also solves humanity’s biggest problems One-third of science spending should be reserved to tackle "Grand Challenges" such as climate change energy and aging for instance The European public also needs to become more informed about science and research results should be available to all Implementing the panel’s lengthy wish list would require something close to a revolution however Spending 5% of GDP on R&D Even the 3% goal EU countries agreed to in Lisbon almost a decade ago isn’t in sight By 2030 the panel wants eight universities in the top 20 of global hit parades (The past 5 years there were only two in the so-called Shanghai ranking) And 50% of scientists at all levels should be women (To illustrate that challenge note that women won 12% of the "advanced grants" given out by ERC last year) "I found their long-term view very refreshing" ERC vice-chair Helga Nowotny told ScienceInsider today "Yes it’s wildly optimistic . But this is a visionary report—they don’t have to be realistic" Gannon says the goals may turn out to be more realistic than they look especially given the 20-year window The 5% target for instance may "start to make more sense" he says when countries that have upped their R&D investments start reaping the benefits and when European politicians realize that the answers to society’s great problems can only come from science Research Commissioner Janez Potonik said that he got what he wanted when he instructed the panel to think outside the box With its "visionary strategy" ERAB "is putting the bar very high" Potonik said Some of the plans may not take 20 years however ERAB wants a chief scientific advisor for Europe a plan endorsed recently by European Commission President José Manuel Barroso Nowotny applauds that idea but sayssuch anadviser’s resources and position within the Brussels hierarchy are key issues? identified as Saif Jafri and aged about 24 years,By: PTI | Kolkata | Published: September 14Kalmadi said.Both of us were drunk. 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