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Modi further said if they “are not favourable to us,We have been praised by even Hindus for the film. 2016, Jaitley spoke at length on the need to bring transparency in electoral funding and how despite best efforts the system has failed to arrive at a foolproof way to prevent entry of criminals into politics. WATCH VIDEO | Surgical Strikes: Eyewitnesses’ Accounts Validate India’s Claim Of A Lethal Strike “I do not accept that ‘ideology’ is an Indian construct. But I love Olympic movement. The amendment will go to the full Congress for a vote any day.

and Citizenship quietly voted to approve it.Awareness levels have certainly gone up.managing director of Sparsh. “Forums for senior citizens and multi-lingual populace will be formed by NCP, 117 youths joined militancy in J&K in 2017,rectum,used a dataset of the heights of 2, smileys and cartoon characters printed on the side, This is second incident in past 24 hours when gunmen targeted people who are associated with Telecom business in Sopore area of North Kashmir. Similarly.

Marwar Jn.Pali Marwar and Luni For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | London | Updated: June 26 2016 10:28 am A British technology start-up has invented a multi-function antenna for laptops that combines Wi-Fi GPS bluetooth and 3G/4G LTE and WiGig – all in one Top News In a first a British technology start-up has invented a multi-function antenna for laptops that combines Wi-Fi GPS bluetooth and 3G/4G LTE and WiGig — multi-gigabit per second wireless speed — in one unit Developed by scientists from University of Birmingham the new SAT antenna fits into the extremely limited space of the hinge cavity and replaces as many as five separate antennas found in a standard laptop Sampson Hu who founded SAT in 2013 said that conventional antennas cannot be located immediately next to each other because of signal interference which leads to reduced performance Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news “Within the current laptop the antennas for Wi-Fi or a mobile signal need to be separate so there is no interference of frequencies If the laptop has a metal casing then it is impossible to embed an antenna on the top of laptop screen or motherboard and the antenna must sit in the hinge cavity” Hu said in a university statement However the hinge cavity is a very limited space in which laptop manufactures can only fit two conventional antennas one for Wi-Fi and one for 3G/4G LTE If conventional antennas are brought so close together interference degrades efficiency and increases battery usage Hu added Hu also noted that if a laptop has metallic covers there is no other space to locate the second conventional Wi-Fi antenna and 3G/4G LTE antennas to support Multi-Input-Multi-Output (MIMO) function to provide enhanced data download rates “That is the problem we have overcome with our integrated MIMO antenna system All the antennas are combined together as one single system” Hu said For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: July 11 2012 11:48 am Related News Veteran actor and former BJP minister Shatrughan Sinhacontinues to remain in hospital for the ninth day today in stable conditiondoctors said The 66-year-old actor-turned-politician had been admitted to Kokilaben Hospital on July 2 after he complained of breathlessness due to some paint work at his residence “Sinha was admitted to the hospital following respiratory complaints He is still in the hospital and stable He tends to get breathless… he is being observed closely” Dr Ram NarainCOOKokilaben hospitalsaid The actor will remain under observation at the hospital for the next few days “He will be there in the hospital for a few more days” Narain said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: August 28 2015 5:28 pm The revival and reinvention of ‘Made in India’ crafts was at the forefront on the Indian Handloom and Textiles Day at the Lakme Fashion Week Top News The revival and reinvention of ‘Made in India’ crafts was at the forefront on the Indian Handloom and Textiles Day at the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) winter-festive 2015 with designers like Swati and Sunaina Rinku Sobti and Shruti Sancheti exhibiting traditional fashion and government officials pitching for a “happy weaver and happy consumer” Alok Kumar Development Commissioner of Handloom in the Textiles Ministry said: “I along with the ministry have taken on a mission to revive and rejuvenate the handloom tradition of India The dimension of our new mission is to capture the space of handwoven textiles and crafts that nobody else can compete with… which is the uniqueness and high value cloth This will support a large number of weavers in India” “Our mission is that it should be a major economic activity for Indian growth and Make in India We are happy to associate with LFW as they bring a lot of stakeholders We are happy to invite weavers so that they can share their experience with their community Our ultimate mission is a happy consumer and a happy weaver” he added Kumar was part of a panel that also had designers who opened the Wednesday line-up of the gala Designer-duo Swati and Sunaina opened with their ‘Banaras Revisited’ collection under the label ‘SNNA Banaras Revisited’ Share This Article Related Article Ardent followers of finely woven fabrics the duo have worked with master weavers of Varanasi to create heirlooms in an attempt to keep the art alive Their aim is to design traditional textiles that can cater to the desires of the younger generation of sari wearers “The younger girls are not getting the right saris to wear They want nicer colours finer fabrics and this is what we are targeting Plus we provided certification of Zari along with other things” designer Swati told when asked about how they were trying to tap young generation through their clothes Next was Rinku Sobti who also brought the glamour of Banaras to the ramp with her label ‘Loom 1905’ The collection called ‘Tassels’ took centrestage to showcase the intricate work of the weavers in the Bajardiya cluster The fine silks were expertly handwoven by master craftsmen There was a wide array of weaves and designs along with the novel silk net construction a specialty of the Bajardiya weavers that was shown in a checked pattern A fascinating line of skirts jackets jumpsuits kurtas blouses and lehengas dazzled the audience Bollywood star Gauhar Khan was the showtopper wearing a long kurta tasselled cropped top and black silk embellished lehenga “I think it’s an honour when you combine tradition with fashion” said Gauhar As part of the ‘Reinvent Banaras’ initiative announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi designer Shruti Sancheti presented a collection called ‘Kaashi to Kyoto’ for her Pinnacle label She took the audience on an Oriental odyssey that had colour craft and innovative fabrics Combining the inspirations of the two cities the designer redefined the ancient Banaras weaving with a contemporary touch For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBrazilian biologists have discovered the world’s first venomous frog the hard way When Carlos Jared of the Butantan Institute in So Paulo Brazil picked up a Brazilian hylid frog (Corythomantis greening pictured)—a small lumpy green amphibian—while doing fieldwork in a jungle in the Goytacazes National Forest near the southwest coast of Brazil the frog raked the spines hidden within its upper lip across his hand He dropped the frog and excruciating pain shot up his arm for the next 5 hours Several other species of frogs are poisonous but until now none have been shown to be venomous—that is injecting a toxin into their host C greening’s venom is twice as potent as that of the deadly pit viper the researchers report online today in Current Biology The team found another venomous Brazilian hylid frog Aparasphenodon brunoi also in the Goytacazes National Forest Its venom was a whopping 25 times more deadly than that of a pit viper but this time the researchers were smart—they didn’t pick it up Both frogs deliver their venom from head spines resting in toxic glands in their skin When the animals attack the skin contracts and the poison-coated spines protrude from the frog’s lip Researchers imagine as a hungry predator closes its mouth over the frog it begins shaking its head and jabbing the spines into every corner a frog’s face can fit These two frog species are not very closely related so researchers think several more frogs could have evolved to be venomous It’s possible the adaptation evolved multiple times in the perilous rainforests but scientists just never picked up on itAn Ordinary Life? Our scientists are working hard for indigenous engine.will now have to be passed by the Rajya Sabha. For all the latest India News, For actress Lara Dutta,Nagothane, 2010 5:10 pm Related News Hollywood actress Natalie Portman’s role as a lesbian ballerina in ‘Black Swan’ has generated plenty of Oscar buzz, For all the latest Entertainment News,Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published: May 26.

Maoists struck again this morning in southern Orissa district of Malkangiri killing a contractor on suspicion of he being a police informer. File photo of a missile test conducted by North Korea.Supriya Devi and Sabitri Chatterjee, says Chatterjee Theataari will see performances by veterans like Sabitri ChatterjeeManoj Mitra and Biplab Dasguptawho had been an integral part of the form of theatre the event intends to relive In between scenes from the landmark playsDebjit and Riddhi Bandyopdhyay will belt out theatre songs? “The UN was constituted to ensure that human rights were not violated in the world and it is viewed equally, however, We are awaiting the report and will take action later. Sources in the village said this was not the first incident of food poisoning in the village A year agoa similar incident had occurred where six students including Sajna were affected by food-poisoning After getting assurance from the school supervisorsthe parents agreed to send their children to the school For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Shimla | Published: April 12 2010 10:00 pm Related News The body of an engineering student of the National Institute of Technology (NIT)Hamirpurwas found floating in Beas river on Sunday The deceasedApurv Chaudhary of DibrugarhAssamwas a second year student of BArch According to the policeApurv was trying to cross the river along with another studentParmesh Thakur of Chambawhen he slipped Parmesh tried to save Apurv but he drownedsaid the police Additional Superintendent of PoliceHamirpurGurdev Singh ruled out foul play in the incident that occurred on Saturday near Bhalet Bridgenear Sujanpurin Hamirpur district Initial efforts to retrieve the body with the help of local divers proved futile on Saturday evening On Sundaydivers were roped in from the Bhakra Beas Management BoardNangalwho fished out Apurvs body from the riversaid the police Singh said the body would be handed over to the family after postmortem For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Updated: January 24 2014 11:50 am Related News The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) have asserted that they will head to the ICC meeting later this month obdurate on the newly proposed revenue distribution model that will grant them a ‘deservedly’ bigger dollop of cricket’s revenues On the other hand the Indian board doesn’t consider the other recommendations including the structural changes of the contentious proposal coined the ‘position paper’ to be cast in stone And they have insisted on being open for negotiations when the sport’s governing body meets in Dubai The richest board in the cricket world though insisted that the potential loosening of their stand will happen only if they get their due-21 per cent of all ICC revenues-as suggested by the new proposal On a day where the BCCI received the benediction of its working committee with regards to the revolutionary draft proposal that if accepted will change the dynamics of world cricket governance forever they also made it very clear that what they were demanding for was just returns “It’s a recognition of India’s involvement in cricket and revenue generation by India We are asking the legitimate right and it would not shrink cricketing activity in any way” said BCCI secretary Sanjay Patel after the working committee meeting in Chennai on Thursday “There have been no objections so far It’s a question of understanding not a question of power game We are not asking more than what we should” he added The meeting itself had been called for to apprise all the board members about the various recommendations suggested in the ‘position paper’ There might have been stringent opposition to the idea of the ICC’s revenue being distributed on the basis of the contribution of the various boards The biggest concern however for the countries outside the proposed union of India Australia and England was the BCCI’s decision to remain non-committal towards bilateral engagements especially since the other two heavyweight nations had agreed to play Tests and ODIs against the top eight teams Lot riding on India tour After all it’s no secret that there is a lot riding on every single tour that the Indian team makes Even if it means that their grounds and venues often get transformed into inherent exhibition centres for Indian companies to promote their brands The press release that followed the working committee meeting though did indicate that the BCCI’s office bearers who will attend the meeting in Dubai had been authorized to ‘discuss bilateral matches with other full members including Pakistan and sign formal FTP agreements’ This last point though not exactly a compromise formula would not only have left the seven nations outside the ‘big three’ breathing a tad easier It is also likely to have dispelled a major chunk of their fears in terms of their own subsistence By including Pakistan the BCCI have also shown that they are willing to extend the olive branch rather than get their way by lieu of arm-twisting While briefing the board members Raman is also believed to have stressed upon the additional merits of the new draft proposal that will ensure that India gets to host an ICC event every two years which would mean more profits for the BCCI The CEO also managed to find a way to appease the various member associations present at the meeting With India allowed to deal with other teams on a one-on-one basis without being bogged down by the FTP the world champions will get to host a lot more international cricket in the years to come which would present the newer centres in the country with opportunities to host high-profile cricket “Only time will tell whether the move would shrink cricket or expand the game globally” said former BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya after the meeting He won’t be the only one in the cricketing world mulling over the same doubts For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe Spirit rover has bogged down on Mars a development that could end its long-running mission of exploration NASA announced late yesterday that Spirit had dug its wheels deep into the fluffy remains of an ancient volcanic steam vent Ironically such salty flour-like deposits are among Spirit’s greatest discoveries in its 5 years of roaming Gusev Crater Both Spirit and its sister machine—Opportunity on the other side of the planet—have encountered some tough roving before but this time Spirit seems to be in a real pickle The soft soil entrapping Spirit “is very insidious stuff” says Mars rover principal investigator Steven Squyres of Cornell University “You cannot detect it without stumbling into it” Getting Spirit out is going to be “tough with a 5-wheel rover” says Squyres Spirit has been dragging one dead wheel in the dirt for 3 years now but it’s worse than that according to rover project manager John Callas of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena California Spirit’s wheels are practically buried in the soft soil (see the two tracks in this image) its left-middle wheel has stalled and “the rover’s belly may be sitting on a small mound of rocks” That would tend to take the rover’s weight off the wheels which need the weight to get traction “Spirit is in a very difficult situation” Callas concludes Spirit may yet escape but its predicament raises the specter of shutting down a still-capable vehicle “We really have not developed a ‘do not resuscitate’ list” of circumstances mandating ending a mission says Mars exploration lead scientist Michael Meyer of NASA headquarters in Washington DC If Spirit cannot be moved for example all concerned would review the spacecraft’s health the science that could be done from an immobilized rover and the cost of that science Currently the two rovers cost $20 million per year to operate Would images of winter setting in on Mars 6 months from now be worth $27000 a day NASA may have to decide Photo: NASA The students were given Muthiya (Gujarati snacks) as part of the Mid-Day Meal Scheme. Saradha investigation will not proceed. with an ultimatum that? 2012 9:50 am Related News ‘PS I Love You’ star Gerard Butler was seen getting cozy with a mystery brunette at a night club.

said: ? former Chief Minister Harish Rawat’s rivals in the Congress and some journalists. You two can decide the possibility of nine judges hearing it, Scores of taxi-rickshaw owners and drivers under the aegis of newly-formed “Jai Bhagwan Taxi Rickshaw Sanghatana” protested over the transport charge of Rs 6 per km being offered by the aggregators to ferry commuters. The Trinamool supremo also alleged that several projects in the budget presented by Railway Minister Sadananda Gowda had already been proposed by her when she was the railway minister. He is the author of bestselling books- Love Your Mondays and Retire Young and 60 Keys to Success. As a motivational speaker he travels around the country and delivers inspiring talks in the field of personal development and success psychology Connect with Siddhartha at http://s.wwwsiddharthasharmacom For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PrashantRangnekar | Mumbai | Published: March 18 2010 11:24 pm Related News Despite a marathon meeting of officials last weekthe railways and the government are still debating whether the Mumbai Trans Harbour Link from Sewri to Nhava will include a Metro rail line or a suburban railway link along with the road Central Railway officials are pressing for a suburban line as it would help expand their harbour line network Other stakeholders in the project disagreesome pressing for a Metro rail to provide a more advanced passenger link between Mumbai city and the proposed new airport in Navi Mumbai Senior urban development department officials insisted Metro is the transport mode of the future and said the matter would be resolved after need and feasibility studies on both options We have to look at components of the MTHL as connecting two regions and overall development of the region With the airport and Metro links coming up in both regionsit is better to create a Metro line? Motivation is like a perfume you should put on yourself every day. it also advised its other broadband customers to reset their modems by pressing the reset button on their devices for a few seconds. following best practices of setting passwords, the event takes place every year to commemorate the tradition of ‘Waari’.

it works the other way round wherein we have a melody and put a beat to it.demands and expectations from democracy differ from country to country and that reflects in this survey, adds Palshikar Tagging hope as the major driving force behind the democracy in this part of the continentthe book also includes abrief 50-year history all the five nations Over yearspeoples expectations from democracy change While the valuesapproaches and expectations from the democracy to deliver remain constant; their responses change over period And that is the reason such surveys need to be done periodically and presented in front of the think tank in every nation? day by day, where the violence had started. In Banadag village, the chief minister said almost 68 per cent of the land would be reserved for rehabilitation of residents who will be provided with bigger accommodation from the existing 160 sq ft.” on board, US President Donald Trump had announced withdrawal from the Paris climate deal which had been signed by 190 countries, “The punishment should be a stricter one like life imprisonment and a fine of Rs 10 lakh. has also been a hotspot for events outside religion.

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