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Fourth St. where a man said he was assaulted by up to three assailants according to a news release The man who was released from Altru Hospital after being treated for injuries from the assault said he woke to being assaulted and that his wallet was forcibly takenNew Delhi: AIFF general secretary Kushal Das on Monday made it clear that national team coach Stephen Constantine would not be removed amid speculation that a few senior players are orchestrating a move to get him ousted There were reports that some senior players feel that Constantine is not technically proficient enough to coach the team File image of Stephen Constantine Image courtesy: Twitter @IndianFootball However Das said there was no question of removing the coach under whose guidance the team has qualified for the 2019 Asian Cup after a string of impressive results in recent times "He is very much there as the coach he has been doing a great job and delivered very impressive results So no question" Das told PTI Solely going by performance Constantine could easily remain at the helm Under Constantine the Indian team qualified for the Asian Cup tournament in 2019 for the first time since 2011 after a 4-1 win over Macau last month Constantine joined the Indian national team in February 2016 when it was placed at a dismal 173 in the FIFA rankings and helped it break into the top 100 for the first time in over 20 years The team is also currently unbeaten in its last 11 matches Last Saturday the Supreme Court stayed the order of the Delhi High Court allowing all AIFF elected committees to function on a regular basis It also allowed Praful Patel to continue in his role as the president of the federation Asked about the SC directive Das said they were always "confident" of getting a stay order from the top court The SC also appointed SY Qureshi former Chief Election Commissioner of India and former India football captain Bhaskar Ganguly as the Ombudsman to formulate the AIFF constitution within eight weeks "Making the necessary changes in AIFF constitution to make it compliant with the sports code is not a difficult task as the changes are minor As per the AIFF constitution five proposers are required whereas only two are required as per the sports code" Das said Having successfully hosted the FIFA U-17 World Cup the general secretary hoped the events of the past few days would not have a bearing on India’s bid for the U-20 World Cup in 2019 The solar system appears to have a new ninth planet Today two scientists announced evidence that a body nearly the size of Neptune—but as yet unseen—orbits the sun every 15000 years During the solar system’s infancy 45 billion years ago they say the giant planet was knocked out of the planet-forming region near the sun Slowed down by gas the planet settled into a distant elliptical orbit where it still lurks today The claim is the strongest yet in the centuries-long search for a “Planet X” beyond Neptune The quest has been plagued by far-fetched claims and even outright quackery But the new evidence comes from a pair of respected planetary scientists Konstantin Batygin and Mike Brown of the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in Pasadena who prepared for the inevitable skepticism with detailed analyses of the orbits of other distant objects and months of computer simulations “If you say ‘We have evidence for Planet X’ almost any astronomer will say ‘This again These guys are clearly crazy’ I would too” Brown says “Why is this different This is different because this time we’re right” Mike Brown (left) and Konstantin Batygin LANCE HAYASHIDA/CALTECH Outside scientists say their calculations stack up and express a mixture of caution and excitement about the result “I could not imagine a bigger deal if—and of course that’s a boldface ‘if’—if it turns out to be right” says Gregory Laughlin a planetary scientist at the University of California (UC) Santa Cruz “What’s thrilling about it is [the planet] is detectable” Batygin and Brown inferred its presence from the peculiar clustering of six previously known objects that orbit beyond Neptune They say there’s only a 0007% chance or about one in 15000 that the clustering could be a coincidence Instead they say a planet with the mass of 10 Earths has shepherded the six objects into their strange elliptical orbits tilted out of the plane of the solar system The orbit of the inferred planet is similarly tilted as well as stretched to distances that will explode previous conceptions of the solar system Its closest approach to the sun is seven times farther than Neptune or 200 astronomical units (AUs) (An AU is the distance between Earth and the sun about 150 million kilometers) And Planet X could roam as far as 600 to 1200 AU well beyond the Kuiper belt the region of small icy worlds that begins at Neptune’s edge about 30 AU If Planet X is out there Brown and Batygin say astronomers ought to find more objects in telltale orbits shaped by the pull of the hidden giant But Brown knows that no one will really believe in the discovery until Planet X itself appears within a telescope viewfinder “Until there’s a direct detection it’s a hypothesis—even a potentially very good hypothesis” he says The team has time on the one large telescope in Hawaii that is suited for the search and they hope other astronomers will join in the hunt Killing Pluto was fun but this is head and shoulders above everything else Mike Brown Caltech Batygin and Brown published the result today in The Astronomical Journal Alessandro Morbidelli a planetary dynamicist at the Nice Observatory in France performed the peer review for the paper In a statement he says Batygin and Brown made a “very solid argument” and that he is “quite convinced by the existence of a distant planet” Championing a new ninth planet is an ironic role for Brown; he is better known as a planet slayer His 2005 discovery of Eris a remote icy world nearly the same size as Pluto revealed that what was seen as the outermost planet was just one of many worlds in the Kuiper belt Astronomers promptly reclassified Pluto as a dwarf planet—a saga Brown recounted in his book How I Killed Pluto Now he has joined the centuries-old search for new planets His method—inferring the existence of Planet X from its ghostly gravitational effects—has a respectable track record In 1846 for example the French mathematician Urbain Le Verrier predicted the existence of a giant planet from irregularities in the orbit of Uranus Astronomers at the Berlin Observatory found the new planet Neptune where it was supposed to be sparking a media sensation Remaining hiccups in Uranus’s orbit led scientists to think that there might yet be one more planet and in 1906 Percival Lowell a wealthy tycoon began the search for what he called “Planet X” at his new observatory in Flagstaff Arizona In 1930 Pluto turned up—but it was far too small to tug meaningfully on Uranus More than half a century later new calculations based on measurements by the Voyager spacecraft revealed that the orbits of Uranus and Neptune were just fine on their own: No Planet X was needed Yet the allure of Planet X persisted In the 1980s for example researchers proposed that an unseen brown dwarf star could cause periodic extinctions on Earth by triggering fusillades of comets In the 1990s scientists invoked a Jupiter-sized planet at the solar system’s edge to explain the origin of certain oddball comets Just last month researchers claimed to have detected the faint microwave glow of an outsized rocky planet some 300 AU away using an array of telescope dishes in Chile called the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) (Brown was one of many skeptics noting that ALMA’s narrow field of view made the chances of finding such an object vanishingly slim) Brown got his first inkling of his current quarry in 2003 when he led a team that found Sedna an object a bit smaller than both Eris and Pluto Sedna’s odd far-flung orbit made it the most distant known object in the solar system at the time Its perihelion or closest point to the sun lay at 76 AU beyond the Kuiper belt and far outside the influence of Neptune’s gravity The implication was clear: Something massive well beyond Neptune must havepulled Sedna into its distant orbit (DATA) JPL; BATYGIN AND BROWN/CALTECH; (DIAGRAM) A CUADRA/SCIENCE That something didn’t have to be a planet Sedna’s gravitational nudge could have come from a passing star or from one of the many other stellar nurseries that surrounded the nascent sun at the time of the solar system’s formation Since then a handful of other icy objects have turned up in similar orbits By combining Sedna with five other weirdos Brown says he has ruled out stars as the unseen influence: Only a planet could explain such strange orbits Of his three major discoveries—Eris Sedna and now potentially Planet X—Brown says the last is the most sensational “Killing Pluto was fun Finding Sedna was scientifically interesting” he says “But this one this is head and shoulders above everything else” Brown and Batygin were nearly beaten to the punch For years Sedna was a lone clue to a perturbation from beyond Neptune Then in 2014 Scott Sheppard and Chad Trujillo (a former graduate student of Brown’s) published a paper describing the discovery of VP113 another object that never comes close to the sun Sheppard of the Carnegie Institution for Science in Washington DC,” he told the Post That is also necessary in electoral politics but a churning is taking place.” The lawmakers at the session, forcible sodomy.

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