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Rising gas prices are killing the cabbies and sending other drivers looking for different ways to get from here to there. Kyle Kendrick outpitched All-Star Jordan Zimmermann, pinch-hitter <b>Kevin</b> Frandsen hit a tiebreaking double in the seventh and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Washington Nationals 3-1 Thursday night.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Russian<br> president holds forth on multitude of topics for four hours and 47 minutes, beating his previous best by 15 minutesVladimir <b>Putin</b> doled out parenting advice, mused on the difficulty of pork imports and compared the struggle for happiness to a massive drinking bout, in another of the marathon question and answer sessions that have become a hallmark of his authoritarian&nbsp;rule.Sitting in a shiny studio <b>peopled</b> with uniformed soldiers, athletes, doctors and more, a heavily bronzed Putin held forth for four hours and 47 minutes, beating his previous record by 15 minutes. State-run media excitedly declared the <b>event</b> "record-making", saying citizens had sent <b>the</b> president more than three million questions.Putin was asked to comment on rising petrol prices, the sanctity of the <b>country's</b> Victory<br><img src=""><br> Day holiday, the potential bankruptcy of a meat factory and the identity of his favourite singer. He declined <b>to</b> comment on the latter, saying: "That's like asking what <b>team</b> <a href = "">Shapeshifter Yoga </a> It seems to me it would be incorrect to speak about this."Questions were beamed in from across <b>the</b> nation. Speaking from the living room of their home in the far eastern village of Novoshakhtinsky, a family that had adopted 12 children begged the president for financial <b>aid.<br></b> <b>One</b> of their daughters said: "I'd <b>like</b> to ask you on behalf of all the kids in our family to allot us a playground.""I<br> promise you, my dear, a playground," Putin replied. An hour later, a moderator announced that <b>local</b> authorities had promised to construct a new playground in the village.The highly <b>orchestrated</b> Q&A sessions have become the most public way for<br><img src=""><br> <b>Putin</b> to present himself as the solver of all the country's problems.<br> "I think that this format is very useful and needed both for me and the country," Putin said. He appeared to revel in the endless attention and accepted most questions with glee.Putin's mood turned slightly sour when he was asked a series of questions about the recent death of Boris Berezovsky, the oligarch credited with pushing Putin into the presidency over a decade ago. The two fell out spectacularly<br><img src=""><br> after Putin asserted his <b>independence,</b> and Berezovsky spent <a href = "">forex growth bot review </a> of his life in self-imposed exile in London, where he won political asylum.The<br> president confirmed rumours that he had received letters from the fallen oligarch asking for forgiveness – the first in February and the second after his death last month. "The texts of both are the same," Putin said, adding that one was delivered by <b>a</b> Russian former associate of Berezovsky's –<br><img src=""><br> widely <b>rumoured</b> to be Roman Abramovich, the Chelsea FC owner – and the other by a foreign associate."He writes about how he thinks he made many mistakes, brought harm, asks to forgive him and give him the chance to return to the motherland," Putin said. He did not reply to the letters, he added.Putin then returned<br><img src=""><br> to commenting on drink-driving ("We need to make sure no one gets behind the wheel while drunk"), the price of preparations for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi ("Not cheap!"), and the French actor Gerard Depardieu, recently granted Russian citizenship ("Gerard, he's an impulsive person").The<br> <b>one</b> challenging question came from Alexey Venediktov, editor-in-chief<br><img src=""><br> of Echo Moskvy, Russia's leading liberal<br><img src=""><br> radio station, who asked about the Stalinist character of the Kremlin's<br><img src=""><br> recent crackdown on the opposition, including a series of <a href = "">Pregnancy Miracle </a> – against the punk band Pussy Riot, the corruption crusader Alexey Navalny, and more than 20 protesters."I don't think there are any elements of Stalinism here," Putin said. "Stalinism is linked with a cult of personality and massive violations of the law, with repression and camps.<br> There is nothing like that in Russia and, I hope, will never again be <b>…</b> That does not mean there should not be order and discipline."He expressed faith in Russian courts – which issue guilty verdicts in more than 99% of cases – and refused to mention Navalny by name.On<br> Thursday as part <b>of</b> <b>the</b> crackdown, a Russian organisation called Golos, which<br><img src=""><br> monitors voting violations, became the first NGO fined under a new law requiring groups that receive foreign <b>funding</b> to label themselves "foreign agents".The<br> questions widely allowed Putin to paint himself as a crusader for <b>social</b><br><img src=""><br> justice and a mild nationalist – he called for banning hijabs in schools via the implementation of school uniforms, and <b>a</b> tightening of immigration controls.During<br> a final lightning round of questions, Putin was asked whether he was happy: "I'm eternally grateful <b>to</b> fate and the citizens of Russia that they've trusted me to be <b>the</b> <a href = "">Fibroids Miracle download </a> the Russian government.<br> This is my whole life. If that's enough for happiness is a separate theme."Finally,<br> he was asked: "When will everything be OK?" He replied: "People here who like to drink say that it's impossible to drink all the vodka, but you have to try. Everything will probably never be OK.<br> But we have to try for it."Vladimir<br> <b>PutinRussiaEuropeMiriam</b> &copy; 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved.<br> | Use<br><img src=""><br> of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; All scientific outputs should be judged on content regardless of whether the author is male or female, says Laura Waters Celebrating my 10th anniversary as an academic scientist I find myself as <b>committed</b> as ever to being the best researcher and lecturer I can be.<br> Yet a big part of me <b>is</b> also keen to be waiting at 3:15pm to meet my son <b>as</b> he rushes out the school gates eager to tell me about his day. Is it possible to do both of these things successfully? <b>Can</b> you be <b>a</b> devoted mum, a <b>dedicated</b> scientist and get promoted? That not only depends on you, but also <a href = "">directory of ezines review </a> people that surround you.To make it as an academic scientist requires years of training, an incredibly thick skin and long hours. <b>To</b> make it as a mum requires patience, compassion and equally long hours. To do both however, requires an organised mind and a <b>continual</b> <b>'plan</b> B'.I'm<br><img src=""><br> <b>a</b> scientist but not a feminist. Yes, we could do with more women <b>choosing</b> a career in science and yes, we need more women at the higher levels of management but that doesn't make me a feminist: I'm an 'equalist'. I believe that <b>all</b> scientific outputs should be judged <b>on</b> their content rather than on the fact<br><img src=""><br> the author was a female or male scientist.<br> Regardless of gender, ethnicity or any other factor, what <b>matters</b> <b>most</b> is achieving the results by having the best person <b>for</b> the job – male <b>or</b> female.Where<br> we tend to fall down is ensuring women actively choose to stay in science and climb the promotional ladder.<br> It's a tough climb and if you throw in being a parent alongside this it can make it impossible. I would never say that women have it harder than <b>men,</b> or vice versa – many friends would be considered 'unconventional' <a href = "">trademiner download </a> mother is <b>the</b> major wage earner and the father stays <b>at</b> home.<br> However, having witnessed several accomplished female friends commit career suicide (especially in academia) in <b>favour</b> of a family, I know it does happen.I've been lucky at the University of Huddersfield to have been able to gradually increase my hours back up to full time this year.<br> That isn't to say it has been easy though. To keep my research group going has meant many late nights working on the laptop after<br><img src=""><br> bedtime songs are sung.To<br> be a successful scientist in academia (children or no children, <b>male</b> or female) you really must love your job, <b>and</b> self motivation is essential.<br> Just as important for me though is having a partner who supports me and a work environment that <b>can</b> be flexible.Far more could <b>still</b> be done in universities to help encourage women to stay and succeed, some <b>have</b> childcare on campus, some have flexible working hours policies, yet lots of the women I know are still 'choosing' between a career and parenting rather than <b>trying</b> to do both, so clearly more support is <b>needed.There's</b> no doubt that more men still occupy senior roles in academia and industry, <a href = "">natural vitiligo treatment </a> are initiatives in place to redress this imbalance.<br> The Athena Swan scheme is one such example of a programme helping universities externally recognise their achievements <b>and</b> internally devise plans <b>for</b> their shortfalls. Even so, there is still far from equal gender representation in academia, especially in subjects <b>such</b> as chemistry and<br><img src=""><br> engineering. I am fully devoted to promoting science to women <b>as</b> a great career choice and I honestly believe we need more women at all levels in science, but that is because I am an 'equalist', not a feminist.Laura <b>Waters</b> is a senior lecturer in pharmaceutical science at the University of Huddersfield <b>–</b> follow her on Twitter @DrLauraWatersThis content is <b>brought</b> to you by Guardian Professional. To get more <b>articles</b> like this direct to your <b>inbox,</b> become a member of the Higher Education Network.AcademicsScienceHigher<br> &copy; 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. 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