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The baby,he had to pay for the Honda Civic he bought on January 1, said the officer For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 23 2017 5:36 pm Xiaomi Redmi 4 was launched last month in India at starting Rs 6999 Top News Xiaomi will now be selling its budget Redmi 4 in offline retail stores across India The smartphone was launched last month at starting Rs 6999 but was only made available through online sales on Amazon or Micom Today the company has announced that it is now taking Xiaomi Redmi 4 to the offline retail market as well but with slightly higher price The information was first published by 91mobiles and Indianexpresscom has also independently confirmed from the company In offline the Xiaomi Redmi 4 2GB RAM with 16GB internal storage starts at Rs 7499 The company seems to be keeping Rs 500 premium for the dealers but that isn’t confirmed yet Similarly the 3GB RAM with 32GB storage variant is expected to be priced at Rs 9499 instead of Rs 8999 in online The Redmi 4 was launched in three variants in India The top 4GB RAM with 64GB storage variant is hardly made available online so there is no information of the same being available in offline retail or not It is priced at Rs 10999 on Amazon and Micom and is expected to be priced higher in offline just like other two variants Notably Xiaomi Redmi 4 is company’s third device this year to be made available offline Xiaomi is also selling all devices through its recently opened exclusive Mi Home store in Bangaluru In terms of specifications Xiaomi Redmi 4 has a 5-inch HD (720 x 1280 pixels) 25D curved IPS display It is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 processor clocked at 14GHz It features a 13-megapixel rear camera with phase detection autofocus (PDAF) and LED flash On the front there is a 5-megapixel selfie camera with f/22 aperture lens Xiaomi Redmi 4 review | Read HERE The dual SIM Xiaomi Redmi 4A supports 4G VoLTE and runs Android 60 Marshmallow with MIUI 8 It includes a fingerprint sensor at the back For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsPublished: January 2 2016 4:22 am Keki Daruwalla’s moving novel is a celebration of pre-Partition history as well as his childhood Related News Title:Ancestral Affairs Author:Keki Daruwalla Publisher:Harper Collins Price: 499 Pages: 243 By Rukmani Bhaya Nair There are Raj novels and then there are Swaraj novels Kipling’s Kim EM Forster’s Passage to India and Paul Scott’s The Jewel in the Crown are examples of the former while RK Narayan’s Waiting for the Mahatma and Mulk Raj Anand’s Coolie emblematise the latter with Salman Rushdie significantly updating both sub-genres with his fantastical Midnight’s Children Keki Daruwalla’s second novel Ancestral Affairs could not therefore have asked for a finer literary lineage — and he does it proud Daruwalla’s accomplished rendition of India’s fraught 20th century history in one of its smaller pre-Partition Muslim states to my mind makes his book well worth reading in the 21st when India is once again rethinking its global role as well as engaged in a fierce internal debate on contesting definitions of nationalism Still and all we do not primarily read stories for the light they throw on realpolitik We read them because they move us What moved me in this book were its set of love stories and its uncompromising first-person voices — a Parsi father and son narrating the story of their fractious lives in alternating monologues Also its charming poetic descriptions of flora (“delphiniums spearing upwards”) and fauna (“a bird drift of quail a fall of falcons”) and the irreverence of its language (“Fort for Making Seafaring Enemy Shit in Panty”) This short review will not allow me to dwell on the novel’s pervasive and self-conscious play with language but I will later return for a bit to the robust themes of ancestry and love that animate it Let me begin though with its central player — not a person at all but a state and perhaps a divided state of mind as well Junagadh the British protectorate that began by acceding to Pakistan but changed its mind so to speak and finally became a part of India is the lovingly depicted location that allows key historical players like Shah Nawaz Bhutto the Dewan of Junagadh VP Menon Sardar Patel and others to make plausible cameo appearances in the novel A tapestry of minor characters some swashbuckling some shabby — from nawabs to colonial sahibs Turkish pashas to Afghan Pashtuns and Chinese opium traders to hooch traders in Kanpur also enrich the weave of this novel In this respect Daruwalla’s deft fictional use of the historical archive impresses What is unexpected however is the initial expression of gratitude in his ‘Acknowledgments’ preceding even his debt to MN Buch on whose father’s private papers Daruwalla relies in his research Now it is commonplace for writers to declare their childhood as the truest source of their inspiration but it is unusual if not unique for an author to directly thank his: “I wish firstly to thank my childhood for the four years I spent in Junagadh from 1945 to 1948” Daruwalla declares without equivocation Thank one’s childhood How exactly does one manage that Well through a grown-up celebration maybe — which is just what this book is Every Indian reader will recognise at once the twin births cradled by the dates Daruwalla cites Thus the far from trivial task that he has set himself is to look back at that complex time not as a wide-eyed child but as an emotionally informed adult — which brings us back I think to the perennial subjects of love and inheritance that are so intimate a part of Ancestral Affairs The affair between Claire Barnes wife of a well-off British trader and the lawyer-hero of the novel Saam Bharucha includes all sorts of exciting romps not just vigorously sexual but extending to the lure of property arson and a semi-evil adversarial cousin appropriately named Neil Blackthorn Spanning decades it comes surprise surprise to a happy ending in the present Likewise his less than tractable son Rohinton’s affair with his clever and complicated fellow Parsi Feroza ends satisfyingly Indeed if I were to fault Daruwalla it would be for the godly ease with which he manipulates the plot killing off for instance inconvenient husbands in a jiffy — both Claire’s and Feroza’s and finally even Rohinton’s quietly divorced wife Zarine Yet are these not the contrary freedoms that fictions afford us In an age of “metro-reads” which demand so little effort — or love — from their readers one should be very grateful indeed for what one might call the back-to-history “retro-read” that the nicely imagined Ancestral Affairs offers Rukmini Bhaya Nair is a poet and novelist For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express AppClimate change won’t just harm marine life—it could also affect how it tastes A new study finds that as oceans become more acidic—thanks to the carbon dioxide emissions they suck up—they will sour the flavor of shrimp Researchers took hundreds of northern shrimp (Pandalus borealis pictured) and put them in tanks with water either of current acidity (pH 8) or projected acidity for 2100 (pH 75) The waters were 11°C at the higher end of the range that shrimp can normally tolerate The researchers chose that temperature to put their bodies under stress and thus make acidification’s effects stand out more After 3 weeks the team counted the number of surviving shrimp and did a taste test with 30 connoisseurs Shrimp from less acidic waters were 34 times as likely to be judged the tastiest while those from more acidic waters were 26 times as likely to be rated the worst tasting Moreover shrimp in the more acidic waters were 16 times as likely to die the researchers reported last month in the Journal of Shellfish Research The findings don’t doom the shrimp industry but they do 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