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If happiness is what you are seeking, just be yourself - call an old friend to dinner or smile at a passerby - as a stud...
16/04/2014

If happiness is what you are seeking, just be yourself - call an old friend to dinner or smile at a passerby - as a study has found that people with outgoing behaviour are a happier lot across cultures.




Across the board, people reported more positive emotions in daily situations where they also felt or acted more extroverted.

"We are not the first to show that being more extroverted in daily behaviour can lead to more positive moods. However, we are probably the first to extend this finding to a variety of cultures," explained Timothy Church, a professor of counseling psychology at Washington State University.

So far, the researchers have studied people in eight different nations including Mexico, Malaysia and Australia.

The researchers used a “Big Five” (openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness and neuroticism) personality trait survey for the study.

Similarities in personality traits were documented in people from different cultures although their expressions varied.

15/04/2014

Realty firm Supertech Monday said it will move the Supreme Court in the next 7-10 days and challenge the Allahabad High Court's order to demolish two 40-storey towers in a Noida housing project.

The two towers -- Apex and Ceyane -- have a combined 857 apartments, of which about 600 flats were sold. The towers are part of Supertech's Emerald Court project.

"We are consulting with the senior lawyers. We will file the petition in the Supreme Court in the next 7-10 days," Supertech Chairman and Managing Director R K Arora said.

Arora reiterated the construction of the two towers was according to the approved plan and was authorised.

"We held a meeting with the affected buyers. Nobody wants refund of money. They only want their flats," he added.

Hundreds of affected buyers held protests against the company and the high court order yesterday.

The Noida Estate Flat Owners & Members Association (NEFOMA), set up during the land acquisition crisis in Noida Extension in 2011-12, is helping to organise the buyers together and prepare a future course of action.

"We will be able to chalk out our strategy in the next 4-5 days, whether to file a review petition in the Allahabad High Court or file a police complaint or to approach the apex court," NEFOMA President Annu Khan said.

Last week, a division bench comprising Justice V K Shukla and Justice Suneet Kumar ordered the demolition of the two towers erected in Sector 93-A of Noida as part of the Supertech Emerald Court Complex "within a period of four months." The complex comprises of residential premises and shopping establishments.

The court also ordered that money be refunded to all those who had invested in the two towers "with 14 percent interest compounded annually."

The judgement was passed while allowing a writ petition of the Emerald Court Owners Resident Welfare Association, which alleged that the approval and construction of the two towers was "in complete violation of the UP Apartment Acts."

The petitioner claimed the Noida Authority had given permission to raise the height of the two towers, which were earlier supposed to have only 24 floors, "without maintaining the mandatory distance of 16 metres) from an adjoining building block, making it "unsafe, apart from blocking air and light."

15/04/2014

Singapore Airlines To Be Title Sponsor Of F1 Singapore GP

15 Apr 2014 06:40 PM

Singapore's national carrier Singapore Airlines said on Tuesday that it will be the new title sponsor of the Formula One Singapore Grand Prix. The sponsorship deal, of which no financial aspects were released, is for the next two years, with an option to renew. The former title sponsor of the race was telecommunications company SingTel, which sponsored the event from the inaugural race in 2008. "We are thrilled to be taking up the title sponsorship of one of the most exciting races on the F1 calendar, and we are especially pleased to be doing so in the lead-up to Singapore's 50th birthday next year," said Goh Choon Phong, Chief Executive Office of Singapore Airlines. The Singapore GP was the first night race in the sport, and also the first on a street circuit in Asia. In 2012, race organisers signed a contract with Formula One Management that would establish the Singapore race in the F1 calendar until at least 2017.

15/04/2014

India Gets $265,000 For Finishing Third

15 APRIL 2014,TIMING 06:40 PM

Dubai, April 15, 2014 India on Tuesday received a cheque for $265,000 for finishing third while South Africa pocketed $475,000 for claiming the top spot in the ICC Test Team Rankings at the April 1 cut-off date. While South Africa finished as the No. 1 team, Australia claimed the second place and won $370,000. England, meanwhile, received $160,000 for finishing fourth. South Africa has been holding the top Test spot since August 2012 and is the fourth side after Australia, India and England to achieve this distinction. ICC Chief Executive David Richardson presented the cheque to Cricket South Africa (CSA) boss Haroon Lorgat, who received it on behalf of the side that topped the Test rankings for the second successive year. South Africa also retains the mace, which is presented to the no. 1 ranked Test side. Richardson praised the South African team for its achievement. "I congratulate South Africa for topping the rankings for the second successive year in our pinnacle format.

The Supreme Court granted legal recognition to transgenders as 'third gender' as a mandate of social justice.
15/04/2014

The Supreme Court granted legal recognition to transgenders as 'third gender' as a mandate of social justice.

Carbon dioxide is often considered the big bad wolf of greenhouse gases, a major cause of climate change and global warm...
15/04/2014

Carbon dioxide is often considered the big bad wolf of greenhouse gases, a major cause of climate change and global warming according to specialists. But what if it could be used to produce energy and mitigate some of its impact?
Two Swiss projects are considering just that. One, private, is looking at how to suck up CO2 with its own version of a giant vacuum cleaner, while the other, public, wants to use it to produce methane thanks to small minerals known as zeolites.

At Zurich-based Climeworks, the aim has been for the past five years to develop a technology to continuously extract atmospheric CO2 that can then be used to produce synthetic fuels or applied for other purposes.

Carbon dioxide is collected by passing air through a specially-treated cellulose filter placed inside an extractor unit. Once it has reached its maximum capacity, the filter is heated using waste energy or renewable power to release extremely pure CO2.

“We aim to de-carbonise some parts of the transportation sector such as aviation, which accounts for single-digit global CO2 emissions,” said Christoph Gebald, one of the company’s founders.

Aviation is responsible for around 3.5% of anthropogenic (man-made) climate change and has a 13% share of all the transport sector, according to the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

So far, Climeworks has been testing a so-called direct-air capture unit that can collect one ton per year of CO2, filtering around two million cubic metres of air, to demonstrate the validity of its approach.

The direct air capture process (Climeworks)
Synthetic fuels

The result has been sufficiently interesting to attract the attention of German carmaker Audi, which sees the technology as one potential element of its strategy to develop vehicles running on synthetic fuels.

“What they need is a sustainable carbon dioxide source,” pointed out Gebald. “It can be either biogenic or atmospheric.”

However the first source, which results from combustion or decomposition of biologically-based material, is insufficient to meet the requirements of a single carmaker according to the young entrepreneur.

A test plant is now on the cards to see how the technology can be scaled up to provide enough CO2 for Audi’s production of synthetic fuels at its e-gas facility in Germany.

The technology is also on the fast-track to wider exposure. The company is one of 11 finalists in the Virgin Earth Challenge, a competition with a $25 million prize for the development of “an environmentally sustainable and economically viable way to remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.”
Challenges

Extracting and purifying CO2 is just one step of the process towards producing synthetic fuels.

In theory, producing methane that could be injected into the natural gas network by combining carbon dioxide and hydrogen with a boost from an outside source of - ideally renewable - energy to kickstart the reaction is relatively straightforward, with water as a by-product. The process is known as the Sabatier reaction and was discovered early in the 20th century.

Doing this economically and quickly is a challenge though, as is separating the water molecules from the methane. Adding a catalyst, an element that speeds up the process, can help overcome some of the hurdles, but also carries the risk of producing toxic carbon monoxide (CO) and often low yields.
Zeolites can improve the chemical reaction needed to produce methane
Zeolites can improve the chemical reaction needed to produce methane
(Empa)
At the Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (Empa) near Zurich, researchers have been looking for a process that works at low temperatures and turned to zeolites, which are microporous minerals.

“Nickel-coated zeolites absorb the water generated by the process, almost no CO is produced and the gas at the end is methane,” said Andreas Borgschulte, the lead scientist on the project.

The result is far from perfect though. “It’s still experimental and the amount of water a zeolite can absorb is limited, so it has to be ‘dried out’, regenerated,” explained the researcher.
No silver bullets

Little more than a chemical reaction in a laboratory reactor at this stage, turning it into an viable process will require more work. While zeolites are easy for scientists to produce in small quantities, it would be necessary to find a cheaper way of producing them on an industrial scale.

There are also engineering challenges according to Borgschulte, such as upsizing the reactor, managing large volumes of gas, power and capital requirements. And to be carbon neutral, the process would ideally rely on CO2 from biomass, not from fossil fuels.

“Gas prices are very low, so it would be hard to compete,” Borgschulte said. “Synthetic gas would be more expensive by a factor of five.”

Pricing is also the challenge for Climeworks. Scrubbing CO2 from the air can cost up to CHF600 per ton according to one study from Zurich’s Federal Institute of Technology.

The company hopes to reduce this to around CHF100 in the coming years, making its system more competitive. Its method is headed in that direction as the heat needed to recover the collected carbon dioxide has a much lower temperature - less than 100 degrees Celsius - than that used for other systems, which traditionally operate above the 300-degree mark.

Even if these technologies reach full maturity and become part of the mainstream, no one expects them to solve the problem of global warming.

“It’s not a silver bullet, and shouldn’t be considered as such but only as part of a portfolio of technologies that will become important in the medium to long-term,” said Gebald.
Big bad CO2

Carbon dioxide plays a major role in shaping climate and temperatures. Under ideal circumstances, CO2 is part of the so-called carbon cycle, a neutral process over the longer term. But humans have upset that cycle by using fossil fuels and cutting trees and research has shown that higher CO2 concentrations tend to warm to warm the Earth’s surface.

Carbon dioxide is not the only greenhouse gas, and others such as methane, nitrous oxide and different aerosols also make their way into the atmosphere.

Relatively speaking though they are far less important than carbon dioxide, whose emissions are huge compared to other agents. Its effects can be seen in the atmosphere for much longer as well. Of the total amount emitted now, scientists reckon that 20% will still be in the atmosphere in 1,000 years’ time.
Capturing CO2

Direct air capture (DAC) concerns technologies that can capture large amounts of CO2 from atmospheric air. The other main technological option for CO2 capture is point-source carbon capture and storage (CCS), which used on flue stacks that emit higher concentrations of carbon dioxide.

The obstacle for DAC is the cost-factor, which needs to drop to be competitive with CCS. According to some studies, the cost is up to ten times higher for DAC. The technology is still largely experimental and some way off from full-scale industrial application, although CCS itself has not been widely implemented so far.

Besides Climeworks, a number of companies are working on DAC, including Carbon Engineering, Global Thermostat, Coaway and Terraleaf to name a few. Many of these firms are start-ups building on earlier academic research. Scientists at Columbia University, the Georgia Institute of Technology, and the University of Southern California are also carrying out further research.

14/04/2014

In today’s scenario where people from all across the country are migrating to the National Capital Region for educational, business or career advancement purposes, there is a huge demand of housing units and commercial spaces.
Noida Greater Noida Expressway a real estate destination
Noida Greater Noida Expressway

While the entire Delhi NCR has been abuzz with real estate development activities in the recent years, the Noida- Greater Noida Expressway has emerged as arguably the hottest realty hub. The 6 lane and 23 km long expressway not only connects the twin cities of Noida and Greater Noida but also serves as a link between the strategically important cities of Delhi and Agra via the Yamuna Expressway, another emerging real estate destination. The Delhi Metro and excellent road networks have made accessibility between the Capital City and this region easier than ever.
There are 40 sectors along the expressway which have been divided into four zones under the Noida Master Pan 2021. Areas especially those falling within 1 km of the expressway witnessed spurt in Commercial and Residential Projects, IT Companies, educational institutions, Special Economic Zones (SEZs), Hotels and other developmental activities. Several other shopping malls, hospitals, schools and various other amenities related infrastructure have been planned here. The property prices are on a constant rise in this region. Besides, the master plan will ensure balanced development amidst population explosion.
There is little doubt in the fact that Noida-Greater Noida Expressway is going to experience unprecedented developmental activities and will soon be a world-class urban suburb.

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13/04/2014

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NOIDA/ALLAHABAD: The Allahabad high court on Friday ordered the demolition of two 40-storeyed residential towers of Supe...
12/04/2014

NOIDA/ALLAHABAD: The Allahabad high court on Friday ordered the demolition of two 40-storeyed residential towers of Supertech's Emerald Court in Noida's upscale Sector 93A for flouting building norms, a ruling that sent shock waves across the booming real estate market in the National Capital Region.

A division bench of justices V K Shukla and Suneet Kumar ordered the demolition of the towers "within a period of four months" and ordered the builder to refund their money with "14% interest compounded annually". The court also directed the prosecution of the builder and officials of Noida Authority which allowed the construction.

The two towers — Apex and Ceyane — together have 857 flats whose price ranges from Rs 40 lakh to Rs 1.2 crore. Only 230 flats in the two under-construction towers remain unsold.

The two towers, part of Emerald Court Group Housing Society located near the Noida-Greater Noida expressway, were allegedly being constructed as an extension of a larger 70,000 square metre project costing about Rs 750 crore. The existing project was initiated in 2006, when permission was allegedly granted for 15 towers with just 11 storeys each. In 2009, a revised plan, including Apex and Ceyane, was submitted to the Noida Authority by purchasing additional floor area ratio, and got approved.

The two towers are in an advanced stage of construction. More than 21 floors have been constructed in Apex and 17 in Ceyane. Both towers are to have 14 flats on each floor. Each tower is also proposed to have a penthouse.

When contacted, RK Arora, CMD, Supertech Ltd, said, "We have not yet received the court order.... If we receive it and if it is against us, we will appeal in the Supreme Court. The construction which is going on at the project is legal and is approved from Noida Authority." Chairman and CEO of Noida Authority, Rama Raman, said he could not comment as he had not seen the court order in detail.

According to the Residents' Welfare Association of Emerald Court Group Housing Society, the petitioners in the case, the approval and construction of the two towers was in complete violation of provisions of the UP Apartments Act of 2010. "As per the Act, the builder is supposed to acquire no objection certificates from existing buyers before additional construction," said UBS Teotia, president of the RWA. "We have been running from pillar to post for the last two years and have approached officials of the Noida Authority, but to no avail," Teotia said. "Finally in December 2012, we approached the judiciary for reprieve," he added.

The RWA also alleged the builder has constructed shops in the basements of both towers, which are illegal.

The court said, "The respondent company, Supertech Ltd, has pleaded falsely and destroyed facts to non-suit the petitioner and mislead the court. The then official of Noida Authority have not acted bona fide in discharge of their duties, the map has been sanctioned and is being executed in violation of Building Regulations. The officials cannot claim protection under section 50 of the UP Urban Development Act, 1973 as incorporated under section 12 of the 1976 Act."

"The time has come when everyone should realize that rule of law is not a purchasable commodity and illegalities will not be tolerated merely because the builder has taken protection against the sanction which admittedly is illegal and in violation of building regulations and the Act," the judges said.

Welcoming the order, RWA members said that violation of Building Regulations by Noida Authority, in collusion with the builder, in sanctioning the map, had not only adversely affected the rights of the apartment owners but also compromised their safety. "The builder's high-handedness has cost us dear," said YPS Suri, one of the flat owners.

Devastated home buyers of the project said all they wanted was to have a shelter of their own. "We have put in our hard-earned money and did not expect to be treated so shabbily by a reputed builder like Supertech," said VK Arora, a home buyer of the project. "I am shocked that the towers will be demolished," said another buyer on condition of anonymity.

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