CAGS


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CAGSCanadian Association of General Surgeons (est. 1977)
CAGSCertificate of Advanced Graduate Study
CAGSCentre for Arab Genomic Studies (United Arab Emirates)
CAGSCanadian Association for Graduate Studies (est. 1962; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
CAGSComputer-Aided Gear Selection (Chevrolet Corvette transmission)
CAGSCountry Action Grant Scheme (Australia)
CAGSCenter on American and Global Security (Indiana University)
CAGSCoast and Geodetic Survey
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Digvijay Singh had earlier equated CAG Vinod Rai with one of his predecessors T.N Chaturvedi, who had in 1989 brought out a report on the purchase of the Bofors gun when the Government was headed by Rajiv Gandhi.
Digvijay Singh had stated: "The way the CAG is going, it is clear he has political ambitions like TN Chaturvedi.
Digvijay Singh had earlier equated CAG Vinod Rai with Chaturvedi, who had in 1989 brought out a report on the Bofors gun bought when the Government was headed by Rajiv Gandhi.
The CAG repeats on the disease genes apparently translate into extra glutamines, creating larger than normal proteins.
As in the DRPLA and SCA1 studies, antibodies made by these researchers pick out two proteins, one larger than the other, in cells that possess a normal version of the Huntington's gene and a copy marred by too many CAG repeats.
The Prime Minister had earlier on Monday rejected the CAG's observations as 'misleading' and 'flawed', and blamed the opposition parties for thwarting the efforts of his government to bring a policy of competitive bidding.
Singh, who is facing sharp criticism from the opposition over the CAG report on coal block allocations, also urged the BJP to debate the issue in Parliament and not disrupt proceedings.