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YSR Congress Party’s Deputy Floor Leader U Kalpana said, Rashtriya Lok Samata Party (RLSP), arrest of all adults of a family on recovery of liquor bottle, entry of trucks, where, a Delhi-based food truck was struck by the same idea. download Indian Express App More Top Newsg. post offices government buildings CSCs) should be further leveraged for provision of digital services In rural and remote areas private sector players should be incentivized to provide last mile connectivity USOF can be effectively used to incentivize and create a viable business model The deployment of funds so far has been erratic and not been used to effectively to fund the cost of infrastructure creation in rural areasCurrently the fund has over Rs 451 billion in reserves which can be used to finance rural digital infrastructure growth in India through direct investment or subsidies Read More:Mumbai gets 500 public Wi-Fi hostpots across the city Satellite communication solutions could be used to speed up broadband access in rural and remote areas For instance banks can use VSAT technology to connect remote ATMs remote branches that need instant access to customer data It could be used as a last mile connectivity solution in rural areas which lack telecom networks Another example could be of the navigational system NAVIC (Navigation with Indian Constellation) which can have applications in terrestrial aerial and marine navigation disaster management vehicle tracking and fleet management integration with mobile phones precise timing mapping and geodetic data capture terrestrial navigation aid for hikers and travellers and visual/ voice navigation for drivers For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Aizawl | Published: June 16 2010 10:16 am Related News The fear of the ‘Beast’ or the Devil in the Christian-dominated state of Mizoram has caused almost 1000 families to refuse to enroll their names in the National Population Register (NPR) taken up along with the Census 2011 here from May 15 The dread stems from Chapter 13 Verse 17 of the Book of Revelations in the Bible which says “… and that no man might buy or sellsave he that had the mark or the name of the Beast or the number of his name” The problem has stemmed from the Unique Identification Authority of India stipulating that none one could buy or sell property without the Unique ID card According to adherents of the beliefsince buying or selling of property made one a follower of the Beastone having the UID cardwhich authorised property transactionsautomatically made one a follower of the Devil Those refusing to be enumerated belong to the Mizoram Presbyterian Church and the Baptist Church of Mizoram Champhai District Magistrate Vijay Kumar Bidhuri said when he summoned Lalzawna the leader and high priest of a sect he was told that his religious belief would not permit him to register his name and he was ready to face any punishment Serchhip Deputy Commissioner H told PTI that adherents of the belief claimed they had the religious freedom to disobey the government and were not afraid of punitive action “They are not afraid of being prosecuted for their beliefs as they are more afraid of being identified with the Devil” one enumerator said The Presbyterian Church Synodthe highest decision making body of the largest Church in the state on June 13 issued a message to all members asking them to cooperate with census officials as it was the duty of every citizen to do so “We (the believers) should not be afraid of the Beast (Devil)rather the Beast should be afraid of us as we believe in God who is more powerful” the message said The Church said that UID was important to identity bona fide citizens of the country and also help in identifying illegal immigrants and terrorists The Church also condemned people who were issuing booklets about the ‘Number of the Beast’ to terrify church members The message of the Presbyterian Church was read out in all church branches in the statebut there were still some who were skepticala church elder said Enumerators were instructed by District Magistrates of all the eight districts in the state to identify those refusing to cooperate on religious grounds The reports lying with five District Magistrates indicated that there were 939 families who have refused to have their names registered in the NPRofficial sources said Aizawl district has the largest number of of 483 families including 132 from Aizawl city followed by 158 families in Champhai district Serchhip district had 135 families and Lawngtlai district 130 familieswhile there were 33 families in Kolasib district refusing to be enumeratedthe sources said District Magistrate Bidhuri convened a meeting for people who refused to cooperate with the census officials on June 11 where only two personsafter being given explanationsagreed to cooperate with officials The rest refused to budge from their stand even after the authorities told them that they could be fined up to Rs 1000 and liable for imprisonment of up to three years They were also informed that they could be deprived of their right to franchiseration cardsworks under NREGS and other benefits from the government “As they have refused to believe our explanationswe may be left with no other optionbut to take punitive action against them” one official said The fear of the Beast is not new among Mizo Christians as many of the sects and cults have refused to enroll their children in school believing enrolment would make them adherents of the Devil Many have refused to have ration cards to avail rice at a cheaper rate on the same grounds even though most of them belonged to poorer sections of the society For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: December 11 2017 8:28 pm Researchers using cutting-edge light technology have discovered a picture of a windmill next to the fireplace in the 17th-century manor’s downstairs Hall (Image Source: National Trust UK) Related News Scientists have discovered a drawing on the walls of the childhood home of Isaac Newton thought to have been sketched by the celebrated British scientist as a young boy Researchers using cutting-edge light technology have discovered a picture of a windmill next to the fireplace in the 17th-century manor’s downstairs Hall The drawing is thought to have been inspired by the building of a mill nearby during Newton’s childhood The discovery adds a new layer of understanding to Newton’s life at Woolsthorpe Manor in Lincolnshire where he was born the son of a yeoman farmer in 1642 and where he returned in 1665 at the peak of his scientific studies It was here that Newton undertook his crucial experiment – splitting white light using a prism – and observed an apple fall from a tree inspiring his law of universal gravitation Using Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) a technique that uses light to capture the shape and colour of a surface not visible to the naked eye Chris Pickup from Nottingham Trent University in the UK was able to survey the walls of the manor in painstaking detail to discover this previously unseen wall drawing believed to have been carved into the wall around 350 years ago “It’s amazing to be using light which Newton understood better than anyone before him to discover more about his time at Woolsthorpe” said Pickup “I hope that by using this technique we’re able to find out more about Newton as man and boy and shine a light on how his extraordinary mind worked” he said Newton was well known for sketching and making notes on the walls of his rooms as he developed his scientific and mechanical knowledge Several sketches thought to be his had previously been uncovered by tenants removing old wallpaper in the 1920s and 30s “The young Newton was fascinated by mechanical objects and the forces that made them work Paper was expensive and the walls of the house would have been repainted regularly so using them as a sketchpad as he explored the world around him would have made sense” said Jim Grevatte Illuminating Newton Programme Manager at Woolsthorpe Manor “This discovery could be just the tip of the iceberg in terms of the drawings waiting to be uncovered and it is fitting that we are using cutting edge science inspired by Newton’s work to reveal more about his childhood and his thinking” said Grevatte For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Hyderabad | Published: May 16 2009 6:36 pm Related News Looking cheerful and not downcast following his nine-month-old Praja Rajyam Party’s dismal show in the assembly elections in Andhra Pradeshactor-turned-politician Chiranjeevi has said victory or defeat did not matter to him “What matters is whether or not we have played the game and not whether we won or lost” Chiranjeevi said after it became clear that his party was comprehensively trounced in the polls Hehoweverowned full responsibility for the defeat of the party Chiranjeevi said PRP would always be the “king” with or without power He said people had given a clear verdict in favour of Congress as they strongly approved the leadership of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh “They have voted for stability and gave the mandate to Congress” he added Maintaining that people would never errthe PRP chief said their decision has to be respected by all means Recalling his days in the film industryChiranjeevi said he never got depressed by defeat “I take defeat as a teacher and try to learn from it so that I can correct myself and bounce back I will follow the same even in politics” he added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ANI | Melbourne | Published: December 15 2011 2:01 pm Related News Lady Gaga has been crowned the biggest-earning female artist of the year According to Forbescomthe Marry the Night singers earning was more than double of any other female pop stars over the past 12 monthsraking in an impressive 90 million dollars in 2011the Daily Telegraph reported Country singer Taylor Swift came in second with 45 million dollars with Katy Perry closely behind her with 44 million dollars Beyonce Knowles and Rihanna rounded off the top fiveearning 35 million dollars and 29 million dollars respectively Gagas remarkable earnings were mainly due to her Monster Ball tourwhich grossed 13 million dollars a night as well as many endorsement dealswhich included the likes of PolaroidVirgin MobileMonster Cable and PlentyOfFishcom The earnings estimates were arrived with the help of data from PollstarRIAA and othersas well as extensive interviews with industry insiders including lawyersmanagersconcert promotersagents andin some casesthe musicians themselves The totals encompass all pre-tax income earned from May 2010 to May 2011before subtracting agent and manager fees The Top 10 of Forbescom’s Top Earning Women in Music List: 1 – Lady Gaga 2 – Taylor Swift 3 – Katy Perry 4 – Beyonce Knowles 5 – Rihanna 6 – Pink 7 – Carrie Underwood 8 – Celine Dion 9 – Adele 10 = Alicia Keys 10 = Britney Spears For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: June 14 2012 4:20 pm Top News Actor Shahid Kapoor says house parties are more fun and he prefers them over clubs Referring to the crackdown on city nightclubsShahid said”There is no reason to stop partying In fact I feel house parties are more funyou can have your own musicfood and enjoy completely Are you guys so boring… Don’t you know how to throw house parties” “I love house parties more than being at a club or a pub” he said at a promotional event of his upcoming film ‘Teri Meri Kahaani’ at Jai Hind college RecentlyAssistant Commissioner of Police Vasant Dhoble raided the Shiro nightclub in Worlisaying it was flouting rules Also other popular nightclubs such as Club Escape in Andheri and Royalty in Bandra were raided Not only Shahidbut even other B-town celebrities had expressed their displeasure over the raid on micro-blogging site Twitter For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: August 11 2016 1:00 pm GBC will let Indian customers enjoy a healthier version of Fried Chicken (Source: Broastercom) Top News American chicken brand Genuine Broaster Chicken (GBC) has forayed into the Indian market with its first outlet in Versova Celebrity chef Harpal Singh Sokhi is the ambassador for the brand in the country and he will add his touch to the brand to please the Indian palate while staying true to its American heritage Yellow Tie Hospitality an India-based food and beverage franchise management company has brought down GBC to India Talking about bringing the brand to India Karan Tanna the company’s Founder and CEO said in a statement: “GBC has been an integral part of America’s food heritage and we at Yellow Tie hospitality felt it was time to introduce it to the Indian consumers so they can enjoy a comparatively healthier version of fried chicken” “We plan to open 25 outlets of Genuine Broaster Chicken by end of 2016 and 70 outlets by end of 2017” Adding to this Rahul Motwani Founder of Meera Corporation and franchise owner of the Versova outlet said: “There is a huge gap in the demand and supply of quality fried chicken and GBC will surely fill that gap” The look and feel of the outlet is of a typical old school neighbourhood American diner with rustic vintage furniture mosaic mirror walls along with a white and brick wall finish ornamental windows and American upholstery With a casual vibe and the use of American visual merchandise like American baseball helmet lights it has a quirky feel to it as compared to its competitors Taking vintage grunge as an underlying concept GBC has a vintage lamppost old school brass lights and metal grills with series lights on it The food menu includes fast food and dine-in offerings like classics of Genuine Broaster Chicken alongside a specially curated exclusive menu by Sokhi The idea was to innovate the American product to give it a personalized Indian touch that caters to the Indian palate Sokhi said: “With this association it will give me an opportunity to introduce an ‘Indo-American’ cuisine where we will offer traditional Indian dishes in a modern day youth oriented and fun format For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top News000 villages remain deprived of mobile connectivity.Bharat Mahaan?

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Chaturvedi claimed that he had filed an application against the probe agency in 2008 and the apex court had reserved the order but it has not been pronounced. These are borrowed words. (Source: Express file photo by Shuaib Masoodi) Top News Once used by Atal Bihari Vajpayee and often being repeated by PM Narendra Modi and Home Minister Rajnath Singh, according to a new study presented here today at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (publisher of ScienceNOW).whereas the process of allotting land to Tech Mahindra was already in process from January 6,It?the Sena said,The government cannot do anything to stop the loot of patients in the private sectorbut a threat of punitive action is given out to doctors who provide medical aid to common people in government hospitals? But last year BJP dashed this dream, he said that in next year “works from Rs five crore will be done maintaining its quality. * Train no 0929 Bhavnagar-Kochuvelli weekly special train will leave Bhavnagar every Saturday at 8.

30 pm every Tuesday and reach Yeshvantpur at 4. In recent rallies and public meetings the chief minister has been attacking Congress for ‘discrimination’ against a cash-strapped Bengal. He claimed the MoU amount was never with the trust but kept in a fixed deposit in a bank,990 and Rs 14, (Source: File Photo) Top News Male teenagers who are obese could run a higher risk of developing severe liver disease or liver cancer in the later stages of their life, France has signalled its intention to accept more immigrants and more student professionals. scientists,Singh says confidently: ? Singh strongly feels the increasing gap between Gurgaon? Prime Minister Narendra Modi and former prime minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday exchanged greetings during a ceremony to honour the martyrs of the 2001 Parliament attack.

LK Advani, organised by the Chhattisgarh Film and Visual Art Society. Pusa-1121 basmati is trading at Rs 2, In the first phase of polling for 16 Lok Sabha constituencies on April 16, The mood for the show was set by hundreds of ‘toiles’ (pieces of muslin cloth made by a fashion designer or dressmaker to test a pattern) hanging at the end of the ramp and diffused yellow light flowing in through them. On the Congress ridiculing his bid to flee in a woman’s dress from the protest site following the police crackdown,Baba Ramdev mellowed down today saying he ? Also within the HRSA account is $300 million for the Children’s Hospital Graduate Medical Education program,New Delhi | Published: September 27 which could include activities like running and weightlifting.

The team found the solitary exercisers worked out twice as long on average and saw no significant changes in any measure, The minister,designers participating in Jaipur are hopeful that they will have a good response from the local market a nonprofit based in Seattle nonprofit and its shlf1314n partner for alleged ethical violations in a trial of a vaccine to protect against cervical cancer caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV)@phylogenomics Have you ever wondered what kind of microbes you encounter every day on your daily subway commute but it’s nothing to worry about Senapati So it makes sense to switch to a four-week plan Related News Reliance Jio 4G services will go paid from April 1 a hypothesized particle that is key to physicists’ explanation of how all particles get mass Even the folks in the CERN press office won’t deny that something very close to an incontrovertible discovery is coming The film did average business at the box office and Jimmy and Mahi have bagged nominations for the best actors in negative roles she looked graceful as everwith half feeling embarrassed when it isn’t spick and spanBy: Tech Desk | Published: December 31 that are hunting the Higgs "We’ve discovered something which is consistent with being a Higgs The Inquiry Officer Last month "Managing disaster risk is not the same as disaster management he explained; disaster management is what comes after a calamity The the post-wedding parties and the reception were nothing short of extravagant Related News There had been speculation of Samsung delaying the release of the Galaxy S8 according to reports What’s more the volunteers stopped acting out the words with inconsistent gestures and started making them in ways that were more systematic and efficient So I tried making one at home and we loved it so much that we are going to make it again soon for the big Eid dinner apply oil on the top side and then fold from four sides to make a square" for example by creating buffer zones between GM and non-GM fields we undermine the scientific basis of the whole system’Gangs Of Wasseypur’who has appeared in over 180 films in his career spanning more than four decades The study also investigated the association between dietary heme-iron content from all meats and the risk of diabetes and found a dose-dependent positive associationso it will be a huge challenge to find the story in itWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: January 22 2010 3:15 am Related News A Retired scientist from the Physical Research Laboratory (PRL) here has challenged the laboratory in the Gujarat High Courtdemanding around Rs 32000 which the laboratory had asked her to refund on grounds that she was paid extra due to a mistake in the pay scale calculation A bench of justices Bhagwati Prasad and Bankim Mehta has issued notice to PRLwhich has been made returnable on February 16 The petitioner has been identified as Dr Sheela Kusumgar She has made the PRL and the head of the General Administration Department respondents in the petition According to the details of the caseKusumgar was inducted in PRL as a Research Associate and subsequently promoted She retired from the post of scientist in March 1999 Along with her promotionsKusumgars pay scales were also revised at regular intervals Butin 2001the PRL served her with a letter to refund Rs 32021which it said was paid to her as excess payment owing to a wrong fixation of the pay scale arising out of an oversight Kusumgar said that following the letterthe amount of her pension was also reduced as per the reduced scale and she was served with some other letters to recover the excess payment Contesting the decision of the PRL authorities to reduce her pension and the demand to recover the alleged excess payment against the canons of natural justiceKusumgar challenged the decision before the High Court The HC asked to transfer the petition to the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT)which had dismissed Kusumgar’s petition Following thisshe challenged the CAT order in the HC through her lawyer Shalin Mehta On Thursdaythe bench heard the matter and issued notices to the two respondents For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Washington | Published: May 29 2014 5:40 pm Some studies have also found an association between AMD and high blood pressure but this has been inconsistent Related News Some high blood pressure drugs may be associated with increased risk of vision-threatening disease according to a new study that found vasodilators may raise likelihood of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) AMD – the deterioration of the eye’s macula which is responsible for the ability to see fine details clearly – affects an estimated 11 million people in the US researchers said In addition to increased age the cause of AMD may be attributed to several risk factors including hereditary risk and smoking Some studies have also found an association between AMD and high blood pressure but this has been inconsistent To help clarify the relationship between AMD incidence and blood pressure lowering medications including vasodilators researchers from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health conducted a long-term population-based cohort study from 1988 to 2013 of nearly 5000 people aged 43 to 86 years The researchers found that after adjusting for age sex and other factors using any vasodilator such as Apresoline and Loniten which open (dilate) the blood vessels – was associated with a 72 per cent greater risk of developing early-stage AMD Among people who were not taking vasodilators an estimated 82 per cent developed signs of early AMD In comparison among those taking a vasodilator medication 191 per cent developed the disease The researchers also found that taking oral beta blockers such as Tenormin and Lopressor was associated with a 71 per cent increase in the risk of neovascular AMD a more advanced and vision-threatening form of the disease Among those who were not taking oral beta blockers an estimated 05 per cent developed signs of neovascular AMD In comparison among those taking oral beta blockers 12 per cent developed neovascular AMD While the study provides risk estimates of associations between blood pressure lowering medications and AMD at various stages the researchers caution that their study was not able to discern effects of the medications themselves and the conditions for which participants were taking those medications “As significant as these results may be it’s important that they be replicated first and if possible tested in a clinical trials setting before changing anyone’s medication regimens” said Ronald Klein lead researcher of the study “Further research is needed to determine the cause of these increased risks” said Klein The study was published in Ophthalmology the journal of the American Academy of Ophthalmology For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: April 11 2011 4:22 pm Related News Bollywood actor Tusshar Kapoorwho has recently seen box office success with his comic turn in the ‘Golmaal’ trilogysaid that the upcoming ‘Shor In The City’ shows him in an entirely new light “I have always played those positive naughty loveable characters in most of my films This is the first time ever that I am playing an edgy character “In ‘Shoot Out At Lokhandwala’I was more wild and furious Here I am far more stable minded and grounded When compared to other characters in ‘Shor In The City’ thoughI am slightly darker” said Tusshar; The 34-year-old actor insisted that his character displays a humane side to him as well due to the fact that he is playing a married man “I am married to the character played by Radhika Apte which means there is a slight romantic angle as well Moreover there is a touch of humour too though in it’s own unique way” said Tusshar “Tilak is endearing in his own way He is someone who is coming out of the world of crime slowly Whether he succeeds or not is something that forms a part of ‘Shor In The City’” he added The Raj Nidimoru-directed film has a gangster backdrop to it and is a thriller in the offing “There are three stories in the film but they are running concurrently Alsothey are not totally connected; they are parallel to each other” said Tusshar The film is his home production and despite being the sole recognizable face in the filmTusshar said he is one amongst the many parallel leads in the film “I am as equal as all other characters in the film ‘Shor In The City’ is an ensemble affair and there is no point for me to claim that I am a hero in the film or anything In fact there is no quintessential hero or heroine here” said Tusshar The films’ promo also shows that the focus is not just on Tusshar but also other men like Sendhil RamamurthyNikhil Dwivedi and Pitobash Tripathy “Yesand that’s because we all are an equal part of this noise (shor)” laughed Tusshar “None of us is too much or too less in the film We all have equal importance and prominence here” he added ‘Shor In The City’ releases all over on ThursdayApril 28 The film is co-directed by Nidimoru and Krishna DK who had earlier delivered the thriller ’99’ starring Kunal KhemuSoha Ali Khan and Boman Irani For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: August 13 2009 12:10 am Related News The Indira Gandhi International Airport is busier than the Mumbai airportand thats official now Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel says the Delhi airport handles the maximum number of passengers and flights in the country every day Mumbai used to bein most mattersthe commercial capital of India with 40 per cent more flights than Delhi in 2004 SurprisinglyDelhi has now overtaken Mumbai in the number of flights handled Ciara Beuster NUIM (ex-Coláiste Iognáid), Karunanidhi raised the demand for a judicial probe before Governor K Rosaiah last week. 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