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Ajana Batas is a poetic film; in fact, a bit too poetic. But sadly, the narrative flow lacks rhythm. It can at best be compared to a child's attempt at rhyming disjointed words: The reason is missing. That's the exact question on your mind for most part of the film — why? And there's no answer. It's either fantasy with a touch of reality or reality too far-fetched to be believable. After all, Deepa's mysterious forest and its whispering breeze are only possible in a poem or a fairy-tale. If we associate it with the real world, her character seems schizophrenic.
An Indian neuroscientist in the US has been awarded a prestigious grant under President Barack Obama's initiative to map the human brain. <br/><br/>The grant will help him to develop a "virtual neuroanatomist", an artificial-intelligence system that can identify cell types and neural structures in microscopic images of brain slices. <br/><br/>The two researchers at the National Science Foundation, Partha Mitra and Florin Albeanu, have been awarded Early Concept Grants for Exploratory Research (EAGER) under President Barack Obama's multi-year Brain Initiative, a statement released by the laboratory said. <br/><br/>The award provides $300,000 over two years for the development of innovative conceptual and physical tools to advance neuroscience. The awards are intended to fund short-term, proof-of-concept projects with the prospect of high-payoffs. <br/><br/>Mitra is working to develop an integrative picture of brain function, incorporating theory and experimental work, it said. <br/><br/>He is also the founder of the Mouse Brain Architecture Project, an experimental effort to develop a brain-wide connectivity map of the mouse brain, the statement said.