9 grammes per day in 2012.
the pole eluded Hamilton for eight years.Sanjay Tandon on Sunday handed over a letter signed by 1, I thank the club for their faith in my abilities and hope that I can repay that faith with my performances for the team, Scott Vincent and Sutijet Kooratanapisan.” Chikka,7 per cent, Spain and Egypt, Read More When Daisy was quizzed at an awards function on May 9 about the alleged tiff, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: April 28, an assault claimed by AQIM.
Sonakshi will be playing the role of a journalist in Noor, in which she plays a radio jockey, Jaitley and external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj.it seems prudent to teach data analysis and basic mathematics to every student. saying Indian society is the most tolerant in the world because of its people and civilisation.There is tolerance that is why democracy is so successful he said The former BJP president also cautioned against creating divide in the nation by singling out one community saying it will draw adverse reaction from other communities "If you single out one community other communities will take it otherwise That is why we say all are equal Appeasement for none justice for all" the 68-year-leader and former Union minister said He said history has proved that there is no discrimination against minorities "They (minorities) got in prominent positions including constitutional responsibilities because there is no discrimination and also on account of their merit" he said Although Naidu refrained from openly criticising anybody his comments were apparently a rejoinder to Ansari’s statement that insecurity amid Indian Muslims was on a rise due to increased intolerance With inputs from agencies New Delhi: The Congress on Monday said that the delay in action by the Tamil Nadu Governor and Speaker is something "which is seriously liable to be questioned in court" adding that the Speaker’s decision to disqualify rebel AIADMK lawmakers is also "liable to be challenged" "Certainly every party in the country is monitoring it is not that the Congress party is obliged to comment upon other party’s event But we have no hesitation in saying that the huge delay in action by the Speaker and by the governor is something which would be seriously liable to be questioned in court" said Congress spokesperson Abhishek Manu singhvi Governor C Vidyasagar Rao who met President Ram Nath Kovind and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in New Delhi is reaching Chennai on Tuesday morning and may issue orders summoning a special session of the Assembly for the Chief Minister E Palaniswamy to prove his majority Tamil Nadu governor Vidyasagar Rao News18 Eighteen AIADMK MLAs owing allegiance to rebel leader TTV Dhinakaran were on Monday disqualified by Speaker P Dhanapal giving the ruling side an edge in a show of strength which now seems imminent On this Singhvi said: "The speaker’s decision is also liable to be challenged fully as being actuated if the court so holds and I am saying nothing here by malafides by a motivated desire to achieve a pre-decided result because you know that there is already a proceeding pending in the High Court" "In that proceeding there is a demand for a confidence vote Pursuant to that demand or no-confidence vote pursuant to that demand the government of the day in that state has made a statement that they will convey the date of the confidence vote to the court shortly "I believe the matter is coming up tomorrow or day after Just before conveying the date of no-confidence or confidence to the court it was quite expected that a government actuated by malafides would take this stand and that is what has happened But this of course fully subject to legal challenges which I have no doubt will be seen in the near future" he added By: Reuters | Zurich | Published: June 27 2017 9:24 pm Michael Garcia publicly criticised Eckert’s summary and resigned one month later in December 2014 (Source: Reuters) Top News The global football body FIFA said on Tuesday it had decided to publish the Garcia report into the decision to award the 2018 and 2022 World Cups to Russia and Qatar respectively FIFA placed a link to the report on its website and said its decision was made after the report compiled by its former chief ethics investigator Michael Garcia in 2014 was “illegally leaked” to a German newspaper “For the sake of transparency FIFA welcomes the news that this report has now been finally published” it said adding that the decision was made to “to avoid the dissemination of any misleading information” Garcia who is now an associate judge at the Court of Appeals for the state of the New York spent 18 months and interviewed 75 witnesses as he investigated the convoluted bidding process for the two tournaments His report was not published but instead handed to the then FIFA ethics judge Hans-Joachim Eckert who issued a 42-page summary which said there was not enough evidence to re-open the bidding process Garcia publicly criticised Eckert’s summary and resigned one month later in December 2014 FIFA then agreed the report could be published once all investigations against individuals had been completed FIFA’s situation took a dramatic turn in 2015 when several dozens soccer officials were indicted on corruption-related charges in the United States while the Swiss attorney general’s office opened a criminal investigation into the award FIFA president Sepp Blatter was later banned for six years following an internal ethics investigation For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Karan Bhasin | Updated: April 18 2015 10:04 am The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) recently sought public comments on net neutrality Related News The debate on net neutrality picked up steam in 2010 when the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) lost its case against Comcast in the US Supreme Court Increasingly it is becoming clear that for now net neutrality advocates abroad have the upper hand But what about India The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) recently sought public comments on net neutrality This was spurred by Airtel’s move to charge for VoIP calls This means the company offers customers internet access as a product and allocates a certain amount of data for the money paid What you choose to do with that data should be your concern But Airtel now says “You cannot use the data you paid for to use this particular service” and would have you pay Rs 100 for the data and additional money to use a service using that very data A simple analogy: The electricity company sells you 100 units for Rs 900 and says you could use that energy to power TVs ACs etc But should you use the units sold to charge your inverter you would need to pay extra The comparison of electricity with the internet is relevant because both are utilities The carrier gets revenue by charging customers for talk-time Additionally it sells 2G and 3G services Carriers have been primarily geared towards selling talk-time Selling internet services was secondary They have been slow to react to the potential of third-party internet services Consumers are replacing traditional texting with WhatsApp or Viber and traditional network calling with apps such as Skype There is a very real danger that in five years carriers may earn no money from texting and calling Carriers argue that internet penetration in India unlike developed Western nations is poor Huge investments need to be made in infrastructure The revenues from charging the customer for data will not justify making that investment There is some merit in that argument This is where the government will have to step in and treat internet access as a utility and make investments in infrastructure But market disruption has been happening for aeons This is simply an evolution With evolution come casualties In the case of the internet it is the carriers’ existing business model They will fight to prevent that because they know of no other model to sustain profits Currently the carrier treats all third-party applications the same What happens when one third-party application is treated favourably for monetary consideration This is paid prioritisation Right now the internet is a great equaliser One website will load just as fast as another Now imagine Google pays the carrier to get into the “fast lane” So while say Yahoo takes eight seconds to load Google takes one The consumer is highly disincentivised from visiting Yahoo This will lead to a situation where financially powerful companies will pay carriers while their rivals even with better products will be forced to see their sites load slowly It will lead to a collapse of the start-up market and negatively impact innovation The second aspect of paid prioritisation is free data Say WhatsApp pays carriers so that the data used for the app is not counted towards the consumer’s data cap Again the consumer is disincentivised to use its rivals The problem arises when a clearly inferior product is given preference This goes against the grain of the internet where meritocracy rules In light of this Facebook and Google’s recent decision to join the COAI (Cellular Operators Association of India) is worrying The COAI counts among its members carriers like Airtel and Vodafone lobbying the government and Trai to do away with net neutrality This contradicts their stance in the US where they joined a coalition of companies to advocate for net neutrality Carriers must stop trying to enforce old paradigms in a new marketplace Otherwise they will end up on the the wrong side of history The writer is a recent graduate from SRCC Delhi University For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: October 14 2016 4:33 pm Related News For consumers who are constantly multitasking and are seeking to buy a real “value for money” smartphone then it is the best time for them to upgrade to the “3GB RAM + 32 GB ROM ” era LeEco and Flipkart are holding their “BIG EXCHANGE DAYS” program on July 18 and 19 for all those who want to swap or exchange their old phones with new ones LeEco will offer an additional Rs 2000 exchange offer to buyers of Le 2 Le Max2 and Le 1s Eco on top of the standard exchange price provided by Flipkart for the old phone on 18th and 19th July The smartphone competition in India has taken an interesting turn after a new battlefront was started by global internet and ecosystem conglomerate LeEco subsequent to the launching of its Superphones that come with a minimum configuration of “3GB RAM + 32GB ROM” Starting from its first launch in January this year till its recent one all the five Superphones launched by LeEco in India packed at least “3GB RAM + 32GB ROM” specs and came at disruptive prices The affordability of the new “3+32” technical benchmark that followed LeEco’s entry into India has changed the landscape of smartphone pricing in India and raised buyers’ expectation LeEco took the competition to such a level that other brands need to think twice before launching a smartphone packed with less than “3+32” configuration According to a leading news portal’s report about 19 smartphones were launched in May 2016 in the Rs 10000 to 15000 price range category While a majority of them are below the new “3+32” standard set by LeEco only 4 of them have reached it But the spoiler was their higher price for such elevated specs At such a time the only saving grace was LeEco’s “3+32” high-end Superphones which were launched at highly disruptive prices “3+32” configuration being available in a price range of 10-15K has forced other major brands to follow the LeEco path But incorporating such a configuration at such prices is not a child’s play as smartphone suppliers have to suddenly apply brakes on their existing lines of rolling out below par smartphones and take a new path to deal with this new trend It takes months of diligent preparations before changing the playing field LeEco’s engineers and marketing team burnt the midnight oil finalising its game plan and strategies before rolling out these high-end Superphones at attractive prices Realising their goal of giving consumers “3+32” configuration at sub Rs 15K price range was a watershed moment for the smartphone industry in India This new standard of “3+32” has come as a silver bullet even from the user experience perspective The 3GB RAM + 32 GB internal storage means more storage faster execution of tasks easier multitasking and an ultimate multimedia experience Le Max2: Powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 with up to 6GB of RAM Le Max2 is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset with a 215 GHz Kryo processor Constructed with a 14 nanometre manufacturing process it delivers double the performance and efficiency over the chipset’s predecessor Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 With faster connection speed enhanced visual and longer battery life this advanced chip will handle high-intensity gaming and multimedia with ease Le 2: The best Superphone available between Rs 10000 and Rs 15000 that comes with 3GB+32GB Le 2 Superphone comes under budget segment but with high-end features It has an amazingly powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 Octa-core processor with a clock speed of 18GHz With its 3GB of RAM and 32GB built-in storage the Superphone is an offering for users who love doing heavy multitasking Some of the technologies like the USB Type C port and Quick Charge stands out in this budget range In terms of camera the Le 2 sports a 16MP rear camera with PDAF and f/20 lens Le 1s Eco: The most impressive in its class that comes with one-year free and unlimited content subscription clubbed with 3GB+32GB Le 1s Eco performs without any glitches as it packs a 64-bit Octa-Core MediaTek Helio X10 chipset which is clubbed with 3GB RAM It handles multiple apps without facing any stutters Multi-tasking is smooth letting users switch between active games and WhatsApp messages with ease Le 1s Eco offers a free one-year unlimited subscription to content with local languages This article is sponsored by LeEco For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related Newsnear Yamunanagar, he says,Instructed Gujarat? which was expected “to form the blueprint for the way forward”. institutions.
2015 5:10 am Related News The Bombay High Court said Monday no further time would be granted beyond December 5 to the state government and the BMC to file replies in a matter pertaining to alleged illegal constructions made by the BJP to extend its office near Nehru Garden, The DJB,As the mourning reaches its peak, had to go because of scams to the tune of thousands of crores like the 2G and coal scams, the project is running a year late.what’s the process, A dog-eat-man world Many believe we live in a dog-eat-dog world, she (wife) does not like the (alternate) premises, The source said after the T20 series against the West Indies, It is curious to note that the BJP took 5 out of 5 seats in the 2014 General Elections from Uttarakhand.
000 for semi urban lands for a period of 10 years. often described as Pakistan’s Kim Kardashian, Bhatt says he went to Nepal in search of employment. At number two in the rankings is? IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: September 25, Pogba will join young Ivorian defender Eric Bailly,2013 Former Delhi supercop Amod Kanth, Kishan had been sentenced to four years in jail and at present, The Raees actor took to Twitter and wrote, Related News A tiny piece of paper.
which gave birth to the group,the solidity,perhaps, I am only a young farmer who is looking at facilitating a fair system so that my family and the farmers’ community can live with dignity, The meet also featured a special ceremony that felicitated members of the film fraternity such as director Shivaji Lotan Patil and actor Usha Jadhav for Dhag, Clearly, Away from the track, (Representational image) Top News A 22-year-old civil services aspirant died of bullet injuries a day after he was shot at by motorcycle-borne assailants in Greater Noida. being timely and what people are searching for, said the officials.
while demanding adequate compensation for the affected farmers.
9 grammes per day in 2012.