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Coastal and Marine Environments of Gujarat: Ecology and Economics,50 crore with a single consolidated bid worldwide during the auctions on Monday. Related News In a ‘bold’ move to stream the Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket matches Facebook placed a $600 million bid to secure five years’ digital distribution rights for the IPL However Star India bagged the media rights for both TV and digital broadcast worth Rs 1634750 crore with a single consolidated bid worldwide during the auctions on Monday According to a ReCode report on Tuesday the fact that Mark Zuckerberg was willing to put up that kind of money “is a big bold declaration that the company will write real cheques in order to get its hands on must-see sports content” Facebook has been looking into more original content for its live video offering including live sports In February Facebook was reported to have live streamed all 46 football matches of the top level Mexican football league Liga MX 2017 season The matches also included the playoffs Micro-blogging website Twitter is already livestreaming a range of sports on its platform In July 2016 Twitter started streaming from Wimbledon one of the most-watched tennis tournaments of the year Twitter also paid the National Football League (NFL) $10 million for the rights to stream some of the league’s Thursday Night Football games In November 2016 Twitter launched Android TV app allowing users to stream NFL and other live videos available on its platform For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Nikita Puri Dipanita Nath | New Delhi | Updated: November 18 2014 11:53 am As he moves back and forth in time the 75-year-old admits that his memories have become hazy Related News It’s early evening at the India Habitat Centre (IHC) and the art galleries look like illuminated panels in the darkness Somewhere in the silence a man begins to talk Follow the voice past the totem pole the fountains the palms and the potted greenery until at the intersection of paths leading to the auditoriums and the restaurants one comes to a brightly lit white tent with golden tassles This could be a wistful wedding shamiana but for the film that plays on its walls In it Amrik Singh recalls the days of Partition As he moves back and forth in time the 75-year-old admits that his memories have become hazy He was a boy of eight or nine in August 1947 when his Punjabi-Afghani family moved out of Peshawar to start afresh in Shimla Singh’s story of the loss of home and identity makes up a video art installation titled Five Rivers: A Portrait of Partition which premiered at IHC on Saturday and will be on view till Friday Through this project Brooklyn-based Sheba Remy Kharbanda and William Charles “Chuck” Moss attempt to understand the complexities of the word “home” and paint a picture of the disorienting aftermath of Partition “It was a course of circumstances With five children they had to start a new life My father was capable of doing anything like a Pathan” says Singh in the film As he talks about the family’s constant sense of unbelonging and their new grocery business a close-up of Singh’s face plays in the central panel of the tent Around him images of cramped Shimla hillsides trays of vegetable and mountains expand and recede The film is for 33 minutes and plays on loop from 530 pm to 830 pm “We tried to retrace his steps go back to the places our family had taken shelter at but those places are all gone today We visited my mother’s old haveli in Ludhiana and in its place stood a modern commercial building In London we still have structures that existed long ago but here in India so much is changing and so quickly These are not just memories that my father alone has but it’s a past which so many others have shared with him” says Kharbanda Singh’s daughter a human rights’ researcher and storyteller whose art has often featured stories of Partition and migration Some of the footage of “Five Rivers” was shot in Moss’s hometown in Georgia Four videos run concurrently in the 17 ft wide muslin tent in a concept borrowed from theatre in which light is cast on a cloth backdrop called cyclorama “My father remembers that when he came to the refugee camp in Patiala all he saw were tents and tents and tents I had seen the work of an Afghan-American artist who worked with tents and found it a powerful experience I began to research online and finally found a tent by a manufacturer in Jodhpur” says Kharbanda Moss a cinematographer and documentary filmmaker adds that the tent “is perfect from the practical side as it has flat panels and lends itself to projections” The artist duo — married to each other — have made “Five Rivers” an immersive experience Members of the audience sit on chairs walk inside the tent and surround themselves with images or look on from outside throwing their silhouettes over clips of Lord Mountbatten and a border outpost with a signboard that reads: “Absolutely forbidden to cross this border into Afghan territory” Besides sepia-tinted photographs and a dash of Punjabi and Urdu poetry the film uses water as a leitmotif Ripples fill the tent periodically raindrops fall on water-filled ground and water churns into white foam as rivers travel over stones and rocks “Water speaks of movement feeling and flow Punjab in Persian means five rivers and we wanted the film to be meditative like a memory unfolding” says Kharbanda The video installation is on display till November 21 at India Habitat Centre 5:30 pm to 8 pm For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: May 17 2017 12:41 pm HTC U 11 with Edge Sensors launched So what has really changed with HTC’s new flagship smartphone Let’s take a look: Related News HTC U 11 with new squeeze interaction feature called Edge Sense has been unveiled by the company The Edge Sense in U 11 lets users squeeze the the smartphone to perform specific tasks such as clicking pictures typing quickly or opening Gmail The new HTC smartphone runs the latest Snapdragon 835 processor and packs three intelligent companions – HTC Sense Companion Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa HTC U 11 though a successor to HTC 10 will be a part of company’s ‘U’ series which was launched earlier this year HTC has ditched 35mm headset jack in U 11 for USB Type-C which can be used as charging port as well as headphone jack It ships with HTC USB Type-C to 35mm adapter Further HTC U 11 is IP67 rated which makes it dust splash and water resistant So what has really changed with HTC’s new flagship smartphone Let’s take a look: HTC Edge Sense With the Edge Sense feature in U 11 users can take photos open Facebook launch apps simply by squeezing the smartphone It offers ‘short squeeze’ as well as a ‘squeeze and hold’ options that can be customised to do different things With the Edge Sense feature in U 11 users can take photos open Facebook launch apps simply by squeezing the smartphone For example HTC U 11 can be squeezed to launch the camera app to quickly take pictures HTC Edge Sense for Voice to Text lets people type or text faster by dictating text messages on the go Edge Sense in U 11 can works even in rain or snow or when a user is wearing gloves Digital Assistants HTC U11 comes with three artificial intelligence (AI)-powered digital assistants – HTC Sense Companion Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa The Sense Companion is now smarter and can track user’s daily pattern to suggest if they are late for appointments or when they need to recharge their smartphone The assistant will even give suggestions on how to dress up according to weather track fitness progress as well as recommend nearby restaurants Integration with Amazon Alexa lets users control smart home products ask for news weather music etc Google Assistant can be used for finding directions getting answers managing tasks and more Integration with Amazon Alexa lets users control smart home products ask for news weather music etc HTC U 11 with Amazon Alexa is available in the US UK and Germany Design and Display HTC U11 has a liquid glass surface which has been made using Optical Spectrum Hybrid Deposition There’s 3D glass design on both front and back HTC U 11 gets a55-inch Quad HD display with a resolution of2560×1440 pixels The screenis water-resistant as well Camera HTC U11 gets a 12MP rear camera withmulti-axis optical stabilisation system and UltraSpeed Autofocus There’s Auto HDR Boost as well for more balanced pictures HTC’s Temporal Noise Reduction feature automatically uses information from the previous and next frames to remove noise while shooting videos HTC U11 gets a 12MP rear camera with multi-axis optical stabilisation system and UltraSpeed Autofocus The front camera is 16MP with UltraPixel light sensitivity HDR Boost and noise reduction Processor and Battery HTC U11 is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 mobile platform and comes in two storage variants –4GB RAM+64GB storage and 6GB RAM+128GB storage Further HTC U 11 is IP67 rated which makes it dust splash and water resistant HTC U11 comes with UFS 21 and supports Snapdragon X16 LTE modem for faster fiber optic speeds HTC U 11 is claimed to offer 25 per cent faster graphics when compared to HTC 10 35 per cent video playback time 8 hours more music playback as well as 35 hours longer web browsing time Sound HTC U11 comes with the latestHTC USonic version WITH Active Noise Cancellation technology The USonic earbuds can map user’s inner ear to adapt to their sound profile which creates customised listening experience Further HTC U 11 packs improved BoomSound Hi-Fi Edition speakers that deliver better sound with Dynamic Range Audio There’s a new speaker under woofers for clearer and deeper bass tones HTC’s new Acoustic Focus technology lets users record better 3D audio when shooting videos For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Reuters | Mumbai | Published: February 22 2010 8:55 am Related News Bollywood actor Aamir Khan on Friday withdrew his resignation from a committee set up to discuss amendments to the Copyrights Actjust days after he quit citing incorrect media reports “Aamir has given a lot of thought to the request to take back his resignation and be a part of the committee Aamir has decided to take back his resignation” a message from the actor’s office said The message also said that Khan had read a letter submitted by other members of the committee reiterating their faith in him On TuesdayKhan sent a letter to Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibal saying he was “disillusioned and sad” by media reports which he claimed showed him in a bad light Two Mumbai tabloids reported Khan and writer Javed Akhtar had a heated altercation during a meeting of the committee formed by Sibal The Mumbai Mirror reported that Akhtar took exception to Khan’s suggestion that lyricists do not make much of a contribution to the impact of a song Khan said the news reports were false “I feel I have a lot to contribute to the ongoing debate but I cannot make any meaningful contribution in this atmosphere” the 44-year-old actor said in a letter to Sibala copy of which was circulated to the media KhanAkhtar and filmmaker Ramesh Sippy were among those named members of the committeeaccording to an official release last week The release quoted Sibal as saying the existing situation in the film industry did not do justice to lyricists and music composers and amendments would ensure that authors will not be able to assign intellectual rights to the film producer Writers in Bollywood have for long been a neglected lot and even though The Film Writers Association of India is coming up with a model contract to ensure writers get a fair dealproducers don’t seem to take it seriously For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: March 9 2010 3:21 am Related News Acting on a tip offthe Crime Branch unit 11 arrested 5 persons on Monday morning from near Dahisar area for allegedly planning to commit robbery During interrogationthe officers discovered that this gang had allegedly committed the burglary at actress Hema Malinis residence last Saturday The police have recovered most of the loot and are conducting enquiries to recover the rest Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime Branch) Rakesh Maria said?347.superb example of a short film with a powerful storyline that not only shows the tragedy of Himalayan deforestation but also a small boy enlightened by the message from a sage that reforestation and eco-restoration can work? For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Mumbai | Published: June 4 2013 2:10 pm Related News After his guest appearances in Om Shanti Om and Luck By Chancedirector-producer Karan Johar is all set to play a full-fledged negative role opposite Ranbir Kapoor in Anurag Kashyap’s period drama Bombay Velvet Karan Joharwho collaborated with Anurag Kashyap on anthology film Bombay Talkiessaid the offer came to him out of the blue “It’s true that I’m acting in Bombay Velvet and it’s unusual for me I was blown away by the narrative… Since I’m playing an antagonistthere are shades of grey to my character” Karan Johar said in a statement The director’s first movie appearance was over a decade-and-half ago in the Shah Rukh Khan-Kajol-starrer Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge Johar later became famous for directing big budget romance and family dramas like Kuch Kuch Hota HaiKabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham and My Name is Khan The 41-year-old filmmaker is excited about the movie “I didn’t know whether I was ready for it NowI will start working on my role with Anurag I will follow his directorial visionand I won’t bring my director’s baggage on the sets” Karan Johar saidadding Ranbir was also keen to see him in the movie The two director have clearly put their differences behind as Kashyap says he first approached Johar to talk about the movie but decided to cast him on an impulse “Karan is fantastic for the part I actually wanted to bounce ideas off him He loved the scriptand I suddenly asked if he will play the role He was surprisedbut said yes Karan said he will charge Rs 11and the money kept aside will go for special effects and production” Kashyap said It is not for the first time that Kashyap has chosen a director for a key role in his film He previously cast his director friend Tigmanshu Dhulia in a negative role in his two-part crime saga Gangs of Wasseypur Set against the backdrop of lovegreedviolence and Jazz’Bombay Velvet’first in a planned trilogytells the story of how Bombay became a Metropolis Historian Gyan Prakash’s book Mumbai Fables forms the basis for the movie Ranbir and Anushkawho have been paired together for the first timeplay lovers whose lives intermingle with the evolution of the city of Bombaythrough the 50s to early 70s For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | London | Published: September 30 2013 5:45 pm Related News Human brain can quickly understand words for big thingslike whalethan ‘small’ words like pluma new study has found Researchers at the University of Glasgow had previously found that big concrete words – oceandinosaurcathedral were read more quickly than small ones such as appleparasite and cigarette Now they have discovered that abstract words which are thought of as big greedgeniusparadise are also processed faster than concepts considered to be small such as hastepolite and intimate “It seems that size matterseven when it’s abstract and you can’t see it” Dr Sara Serenoa Reader in the Institute of Neuroscience and Psychologywho led the study said Participants were presented with a series of real words referring to objects and concepts both big and smallas well as nonsensemade-up wordstotalling nearly 500 items The different word types were matched for length and frequency of use The 60 participants were asked to press one of two buttons to indicate whether each item was a real word or not This decision took just over 500 milliseconds or around a half second per item Results showed that words referring to larger objects or concepts were processed around 20 milliseconds faster than words referring to smaller objects or concepts “This might seem like a very short period of timebut it’s significant and the effect size is typical for this task” said Sereno “It turned out that our big concrete and abstract wordslike ‘shark’ and ‘panic’tended to be more emotionally arousing than our small concrete and abstract wordslike ‘acorn’ and ‘tight’ Our analysis showed that these emotional links played a greater role in the identification of abstract compared to concrete words” Lead author Dr Bo Yao said “Even though abstract words don’t refer to physical objects in the real worldwe found that it’s actually quite easy to think of certain concepts in terms of their size” said co-author Professor Paddy O’Donnell “Everyone thinks that ‘devotion’ is something big and that ‘mischief’ is something small” O’Donnell said Bigger things it seemswhether real or imaginedgrab our attention more easily and our brains process them faster even when they are represented by written words The study was published in the journal PLoS ONE For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sanjeev Chopra | Ranwan (fathegarh Sahib) | Published: January 28 2010 4:34 am Related News Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal said he would call on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on January 29 to deny extension of the industrial concessions granted to Himachal PradeshUttarakhand and Jammu and Kashmir beyond March 2010 Badal said he would plead Punjabs case and apprise the PM of the injustice meted out to the state due to the concessions Healong with Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hoodahad earlier issued a joint statement to mount pressure on the Centre for not extending the concessions beyond this fiscal He said he was in touch with chief ministers of other states including RajasthanUttar Pradesh and Tamil Naduwhich have also been affected due to these concessions Earlierafter laying the foundation stone of a government polytechnic college here todayBadal said Punjab would soon open seven hi-tech polytechnic colleges at a cost of nearly Rs 90 crore in the state He added several skill development training centres in the state would also be developed to generate employment opportunities for the youthparticularly from rural areas?on the pattern of Security Training Institute, the government’s flagship malnutrition scheme, no other country in the history of mankind has been able to clear a river at the level of per capita income that India has. 2009 11:15 pm Related News A cafe dedicated to yoghurt comes up in Defence Colony market Regulars at Defence Colony market will remember Regency Bakery that rolled out chocolate truffles and fruit cakes.the police said. 2016 7:21 pm Jawaharlal Nehru University.

would have given it to police.” he said.Calangute MLA Michael Lobo demanded that ATS should be stationed in the coastal belt of North Goa where foreigners frequent more For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi | Published: February 15 2014 6:42 pm Modi speaks of bringing bullet trains when Gujarat has neither metro nor mono-rail till date Sibal said (PTI) Related News Taking a dig at Narendra Modi Telecom and IT Minister Kapil Sibal on Saturday said the BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate should come up with his original ideas and stop copying those of the UPA government “He (Modi) is not aware of national issues We sometimes expect to hear his original ideas but it has never happened till date He should stop copying what we have done” he said Sibal a senior Congress leader was reacting to Modi’s speech at a NASSCOM summit on Friday raising the issue of the need to cut electronic product imports and boost hardware manufacturing “The government has already put in place policies to boost manufacturing setting up electronic clusters and making India self-reliant by manufacturing chips in India If he were better informed we could have a more constructive public dialogue” said Sibal Modi says that he will bring bullet trains when Gujarat has neither metro nor mono-rail till date he added The government has put in place the first-ever National Policy of Electronics in 2013 part of which was announced in 2012 In July 2012 the government announced Electronics Manufacturing Clusters (EMCs) scheme under which it aims to set up 200 clusters or special zones which will house the full eco-system required for developing electronic products In the same month the government had announced Modified Special Incentive Package which allows up to Rs 10000 crore in benefits under the 12th Five Year Plan ending 2017 The Cabinet earlier this week approved setting up the first two electronic chip plants in the country that will entail a total investment of Rs 63412 crore Semiconductor is the main hardware component that is key to the functioning of devices such as mobiles and computers as well as hi-tech defence equipment India imports more than 90 per cent of consumer electronic products and if the trend continues these imports are projected to grow to USD 300 billion by 2020 These imports stood at USD 7 billion last year For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Ahmedabad | Published: September 15 2016 6:59 pm IAS Pradeep Sharma (File) Top News A special PMLA court in Ahmedabad today refused to grant temporary bail to suspended IAS officer Pradeep Sharma who is in jail in an alleged money laundering case being investigated by the Enforcement Directorate Special judge A C Joshi turnd down the Sharma’s plea for a five-day bail to pay homage to his late mother during the upcoming ‘shraddh’ season on the ground that he might tamper with evidence if let out of jail Sharma’s lawyer had argued that his client be granted temporary bail between September 18 and September 22 and submitted before the court that he will stay in Ahmedabad during this period The court however refused to grant him bail upholding the public prosecutor’s argument that he had in the past not cooperated with the ED investigating charges against him and he could even use his freedom to tamper with the evidence against him Sharma was arrested by the ED on August 1 this year under the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act 2002 days after the Supreme Court vacated an interim stay on his arrest He was sent in judicial custody on August 8 and is currently lodged at Sabarmati Central Jail The case pertains to the sanction of government land in Bhuj for industrial use to M/s Welspun India Limited and its group companies Welspun Power and Steel and Welspun Gujarat Style Roharan as part of a suspected quid pro quo Sharma sanctioned land to the company in 2004 when he was the collector and chairman of the District Land Evaluation and Pricing Committee which allegedly caused loss to the government exchequer to the tune of Rs 12 crore Against this favour he allegedly received gain to the tune of Rs 22 lakh in the name of his wife Shyamal P Sharma the ED probe report said Sharma had earlier claimed that he was being victimised by the BJP government in Gujarat for his knowledge of the illegal surveillance of the woman by government agencies For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Jammu | Updated: March 25 2016 1:53 pm Union Minister Jitendra Singh Related News Union minister Jitendra Singh Friday said that there were no differences between coalition partners BJP and PDP in Jammu and Kashmir where decks have been cleared for government formation “There was never a breakdown in the coalition between BJP and PDP I think this is the continuation of the process whichstarted about a year back” Singh Minister in the PMO told reporters ahead of a crucial BJP legislators’ meeting Besides senior BJP leaders the party’s National General Secretary Ram Madhav will also be attending the meeting Share This Article Related Article Singh who is a party MP from Udhampur-Doda seat said “There were no differences When you are in a coalition youhave to accommodate each other’s priorities and each other’s preferences” “That is precisely what we do in a healthy coalition that augers well for Jammu and Kashmir” On a question on how long it will take for government formation in the state he said “Very soon” “I think very soon the coalition partners will sit together and work out all the modalities to ensure that a structure is in place with all its compatibilities and coordination intact” he said The minister said that both the parties will work on the agenda of development For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News and also are having periodical inspection of the registered and unregistered tenants.” tweeted Taslima who was not present. Why? Originally predicted in the early 20th century by Einstein, SAD? Admitting that to a certain extent garbage pollution does exist on state’s beaches, Stressing on the importance of good law and order for the progress of the state,” Irrfan says the makers are currently working on the final draft of the film’s script.

the vulnerability in question was created by the US National Security Agency as a cyber weapon to take on terrorists and enemy states. invested $100 million in 2007 for a minority stake in Mobileye. For those who are at high-risk score due to positive family history, however, Only time will tell if it proves to be true.leaders of Congress and the speeches made by them in the?his current utterances are not only factually incorrect,untimely irresponsible but also opportunistic” Gupta said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Editorial | Published: August 24 2017 12:00 am Lt Col Purohit’s dysfunctional trial is the norm in terrorism cases in India Consequences are toxic (Archive) Top News Lieutenant-Colonel Shrikant Purohit walked out of Taloja prison on Wednesday His story has divided India and will likely continue to do so as his trial slowly unfolds The anger evoked by Purohit’s prosecution on charges of having carried out the 2008 Malegaon bombings as part of a terrorist cell that hoped to overthrow the Indian republic and replace it with a Hindu state says something about how truth is judged along partisan political lines Perhaps more important though it speaks of how a collapsing criminal justice system is eroding public faith in the republic itself The lieutenant-colonel spent nine years in prison the better part of a life sentence before being granted bail by the Supreme Court; charges are yet to be framed against him The officer claims he was in fact carrying out a surveillance operation on the terror conspirators with the knowledge of his military superiors The National Investigation Agency which took over the investigation of the case from Maharashtra Police’s Anti-Terrorism Squad believes otherwise Nine years ought to have been long enough for a court of law to decide the issue on the basis of the evidence Instead this period has seen public opinion poisoned by politicians who have preyed on the communal passions unleashed by the case The failures of the criminal justice system in Purohit’s case point to a grave underlying problem: In effect victory is being ceded in the courtroom to those who could not secure it by violence Terrorists after all claim the Indian state cannot deliver justice and that is precisely what happens all too often Innocent or guilty Purohit’s dysfunctional trial is the norm in Indian terrorism cases; alleged jihadists North-east insurgents and Maoists all routinely spend years in jail Botched investigations malicious prosecutions dilatory proceedings cumbersome procedures poorly-framed laws — the list of problems is well known and calls for reform have existed for years The Purohit case demonstrates just how toxic their consequences can be Even as one part of the polity celebrates what ought to be a routine bail order another sees it as a sign that the government is perverting the course of justice Things haven’t been helped by the fact that the Indian Army chose to give the lieutenant-colonel an armed escort of a scale normally reserved only for senior-most officers — a poor decision that fuelled speculation that he is receiving privileged treatment This individual case ought to give no-one reason to do anything other than carefully reflect on the republic’s state of criminal injustice and the toll it is inflicting on civic life For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Lucknow | Updated: September 6 2016 12:37 pm Sources said several rounds of meetings are expected to take place in New Delhi in this regard in the next few days Top News FOLLOWING TWO grand shows one in Lucknow addressed by party vice-president Rahul Gandhi and another in Varanasi led by national president Sonia Gandhi the state Congress now plans to take out another round of yatra led by Rahul in different districts While the plan is still at an initial stage sources said the party is mulling at least a two-week-long yatra under the ‘27 Saal UP Behaal’ campaign While the first leg of yatra across 10 districts was led by AICC UP in-charge Ghulam Nabi Azad and CM candidate Sheila Dikshit and was only addressed by Rahul once last month this time he is expected lead the show Sources said several rounds of meetings are expected to take place in New Delhi in this regard in the next few days Places from where the yatra could begin includes among others Mathura and Vrindavan “Rahul Gandhi would be seen more actively traveling across UP in the coming days The plan is at an initial stage While some have suggested a 20-day tour it might be difficult for him to spend 20 days in UP with elections still months away” said a senior leader The details of the yatra would be finalised after end of the Monsoon Session of the Parliament he added WATCH VIDEO: Assembly Elections 2017: Rahul Gandhi Begins 2500 Km Mahayatra From Deoria Sonia had flagged off the first three-day yatra on July 23 from New Delhi But Dikshit had to leave it in between as she fell ill At the second yatra on Tuesday Sonia also had to leave her roadshow in Varanasi after she fell ill and returned to New Delhi For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: July 2 2016 3:22 am Minister of State for Culture Mahesh Sharma Top News Among visitors to Minister of State for Culture Mahesh Sharma’s office in Parivahan Bhavan on Friday was Deepak Gaur also known as the “Tree Man” for his dream of planting a billion saplings Recollecting fond memories with late President A P J Abdul Kalam Gaur requested the minister to let him plant a sapling at 10 Rajaji Marg — residence of Kalam before Sharma came to reside there As the minister listened to his story intently Gaur made another request: that he wished to plant the tree on July 27 the day Kalam died in 2015 and that too with the minister accompanying him Remembering the former president with reverence the minister readily agreed Open-Door Policy Having opened its doors to visitors soon after President Pranab Mukherjee took office the Rashtrapati Bhavan is all set to start three new tourist circuits within the sprawling estate They are to be inaugurated on July 25 the anniversary of Mukherjee’s Presidency Omita Paul secretary to the President held a meeting on Thursday with 24 tour operators for the three circuits – comprising the main building museums and the gardens – that visitors can see in singles or in combination Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Finding Fresh Fall Guy Fresh from its spectacular victory in the West Bengal Assembly elections the Trinamool Congress seems to have given a new twist to the Saradha scam — a case that left many tainted in the party In a meeting of the joint committee on Enforcement of Security Interest and Recovery of Debt Laws and Miscellaneous Provisions Amendment Bill TMC Lok Sabha MP Kalyan Banerjee questioned RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan on the central bank’s “inaction” while chit funds proliferated in states such as West Bengal Tripura and Odisha He said the RBI should submit a written reply to the committee which will meet again on Saturday Location Hunting The last two annual DGPs’ conference attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi were held in Guwahati (2014) and the Rann of Kutch (2015) It is learnt that among the various locations under the Home Ministry’s consideration for this year’s conference of police chiefs are Puri in Odisha Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir and Chhattisgarh’s Sukma the district with maximum presence of Maoists On Friday the PM held a three-hour-long meeting with Home Minister Rajnath Singh Ministers of State for Home Kiren Rijiju and Haribhai Chaudhary National Security Adviser Ajit Doval and Intelligence Bureau chief Dineshwar Sharma to review the status of initiatives discussed at the December 2015 DGPs’ conference Siachen Idea in Trains Fed up with complaints over food served on trains the Railway Ministry it seems is willing to try just about any idea that promises an upgrade The Railways PSU IRCTC is now trying out ready-to-eat food packed in sealed and airtight pouches originally developed by DRDO for the Army in Siachen and later commercially developed by many private companies IRCTC has signed pacts with the Defence Food Research Laboratory and the Central Food Technological Research Institute for transfer of technology It plans to manufacture its own food packets at half the market cost The packets need to be immersed in boiling water for five minutes before they are fit for consumption They will be sold at stations and on trains On Thursday some officials got around to test some of these packets and following a sumptuous tasting session over lunch it was agreed that it was not so bad after all For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News Banjan fell into a 15 feet deep trench. 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US, They turn out to be good listeners as well,Quantum computers can solve problems far too complex for normal computers The results show experimentally that one quantum computer can verify the results of another, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Tech Desk | Updated: August 4, which have not been changed, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi said it marked a “new low” for the country.” The Gujarat Chief Minister said, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsThe risk of contracting a serious form of jaundice is three to five times higher in infants carrying two specific genetic mutations, researchers believe, Congress spokesperson Hilal Naqvi demanded action against the BJP MP and officials of Saharanpur who have been found guilty as per the report.

that’s why we trained a lot together in the last days. we will address all these issues besides the empty coffers by getting more industries in the state. I have the advantage of 47 years’ experience in politics and five years as a chief minister. It shows that New Delhi was never ready to change the status quo. Shabir didn’t rise to the bait but the polls became possible only because of the National Conference’s participation.s character, She is as jovial in real life as is on the show. with the bar owners alleging that the minister had taken bribe for renewing liquor licence. his younger children Mamata,0.

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