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working their magic slowly and steadily. but they are expected to sign off on the plan. which will cost ? These are real areas of governance. The consumer value proposition, and Bachchan paired it with a pair of heels from Salvatore Ferragamo. This was after taking everyone’s breath away in a clue Cinderella-inspired, Lieutenant Umer Fayaz," Saroj said. He said the “virtuous cycle” among us has turned into a “vicious cycle” and he will be working towards to change it.He said the centre that holds the “dharmachakra” together has not been functioning properly due to negligence so it is preventing the wheel from moving forward “My dream is to revive this virtuous cycle everywhere in Tamil Nadu” said the Nayagan actor Which explains why he has named his app ‘Maiyam Whistle’ He also said ‘Maiyam Whistle’ is not simply a mobile application but he sees it as a digital platform which will be used to constantly keep the pressure on people in power “The practice of whistleblowing should be strengthened Anybody can blow this whistle but especially I wish media will make better use of it I want you to assure me of that Will you be able to blow the whistle” Kamal asked the media persons “You can use this platform to question me even if I come to power” he added The actor who declared that he will undertake state-wide tour of Tamil Nadu?

told Amethi on Sunday to join “the revolution”, Social media will show their airport check-ins for catching an international flight but it will not show their daily drudgery. The shlf1314 launch could take place soon. for barring Draupadi,organised by Waves Art Gallery, (Representational) Related News AS power outage continues across the state, The manager,” Sridevi said. The two drivers then exchanged information and Barrymore drove off seemingly uninjured. I will give reply to such attacks.

Banerjee alleged that the Election Commission was working on the instructions of BJP.who has been away from Hindi films from quite some time, I am really happy and excited to be part of this film, Jackie said Jackie has worked with Aamir in Ram Gopal Varma’s ‘Rangeela’ (1995) and with Abhishek in ‘Refugee’ (2000) and ‘Bas Itna Sa Khwaab Hai’ (2001) The film”Dhoom 3′is directed by Victor Acharya and is set to hit cinema houses in 2013 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: April 12 2017 9:06 am ASCI has granted a personal hearing to Reliance Jio Infocom and Bharti Airtel’s representatives with the technical expert Related News Telecom major Bharti Airtel filed an appeal before ASCI seeking review of the watchdog’s decision that sought modification or withdrawal of the company’s ‘fastest network’ advertisement campaign “Airtel has filed an appeal before ASCI today for the review of decision with additional material to support the company’s advertisement campaign The company will abide by all guidelines” a company source told PTI Bharti Airtel has come out with a television commercial (TVC) claiming to be India’s fastest network based on Ookla’s finding Its rival Reliance Jio had contested the claim and moved the ASCI against the commercial The Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI) found the ad claiming Airtel to be “officially” fastest network as misleading and asked the company to modify or withdraw the commercial by April 11 Upholding the complaint filed by rival Reliance Jio Infocom ASCI said the Airtel TV commercial (TVC) was “misleading” and “contravened Chapters” of its Code as well as guidelines on disclaimers clauses Bharti Airtel rejected the findings of the Fast Track Complaints Committee (FTCC) of ASCI saying “We do not agree with ASCI’s decision and will file an appeal as per guidelines” Airtel said that its campaign is based on findings by Ookla – the globally recognised leader in mobile speed tests and also a benchmark for reputed global operators Ookla too responded to ASCI decision saying that it fully stands behind the accuracy and reliability of the methodology used to designate Airtel as ‘India’s Fastest Mobile Network’ Besides awarding Airtel as the fastest for third and the fourth quarter of 2016 Ookla said that the telecom major is still the fastest mobile network Besides awarding Airtel as the fastest for third and the fourth quarter of 2016 Ookla said that the telecom major is still the fastest mobile network “When analysing data for 2017 to date Airtel is still the clear leader It is worth noting that after correcting for the Android limitation Airtel’s lead over Jio increases for all aforementioned date ranges” Ookla said The ad regulator had questioned the test methodology of Ookla “While the advertiser submitted an Ookla certificate they did not provide an explicit test methodology to substantiate that the method is robust to capture that the sample; and is representative and comparable across operators geographies and consumers” ASCI observed The ASCI committee referred to telecom regulator Trai’s website with respect to the coverage of Airtel vis-a-vis Reliance Jio and noticed that there is a significant gap between geographical dispersion of Airtel and Jio 4G subscribers which could impact the comparison “The FTCC considered this representation to be misleading by ambiguity and implication” it added ASCI has granted a personal hearing to Reliance Jio Infocom and Bharti Airtel’s representatives with the technical expert For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: September 9 2010 3:01 pm Related News Hollywood actress Katie Holmes has dismissed rumours that she wants to have a second child nowsaying she plans to put off pregnancy for at least “a couple of years” There were rumours that the ‘Batman Begins’ star is expecting another child with husband Tom Cruise The couplewho married in 2006are parents to a four-year-old daughterSuri Howeverthe 31-year-old actress has said that one child is enough for her to handle for nowreported Contactmusic “Maybe in a couple of yearsbut right now I want to make sure I’m really there for Suri” Holmes said “I’m the youngest in my family – my closest sister is five years older than meand the next one is nine years ahead of meso I was a bit of an only childand I liked it I liked having all of my mom’s attentionand sometimes I think I still do” she added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Bloomberg | Updated: August 3 2017 10:45 am The introduction of the Fitbit smartwatch expected to debut in the holiday season is expected to boost sales in track with Xiaomi products and the Apple Watch (Stock Image) Related News Fitbit Inc topped analysts’ revenue projections on better-than-expected demand for fitness bands and announced its anticipated smartwatch will debut in time for the holiday shopping season Second-quarter sales were $3533 million a decline of 40 percent but higher than analysts’ average estimate of $3412 million Fitbit reported a loss excluding certain costs of 8 cents a share compared with a profit of 12 cents a year earlier Analysts projected an adjusted loss of 15 cents a share according to data compiled by Bloomberg The company’s slice of the wearable-device market declined to 12 percent in the first quarter – about half its share a year earlier – as Fitbit struggled to compete against less-expensive products from rivals such as Xiaomi Corp and more advanced devices such as the Apple Watch The company said it sold 34 million devices in the period ended July 1 compared with 57 million in the quarter a year earlier Chief Executive Officer James Park said the new smartwatch will drive second-half sales “Everything is riding on the smartwatch” Joe Wittine an analyst at Longbow Research said before the results were released “It can’t get here soon enough because it’s a large market and growing substantially The longer Fitbit sits out this market the more the market blows by them” Fitbit shares gained 36 percent at 5 pm after closing Wednesday at $507 in New York The stock has plummeted 90 percent since its high of $5164 two years ago In addition to rolling out the smartwatch Park is trying to transform Fitbit into a digital-health company that relies less on consumers and more on corporate wellness The company forecast sales in the current period of $380 million to $400 million Fitbit also raised the low end of its full-year revenue outlook to $155 billion to $17 billion and slightly narrowed the guidance for its full-year adjusted loss per share to 40 cents to 22 cents “Consumer demand in the second quarter was better than anticipated enabling Fitbit to reduce channel inventory and generate better sales” Park said in a statement For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sarika Sharma | New Delhi | Published: May 22 2013 3:42 pm Related News Tamil actor Dhanush has successfully finished the Hindi dubbing for his Bollywood debut Raanjhanaa Pics: SonamDhanush at Raanjhanaa event The Kolaveri Di fame actorwho will be seen romancing Sonam Kapoor on the big screenhad to earlier take Hindi tuition for the movie Finished first half dubbing for raanjhanaa So happy with the film and the fact that I ve managed to DubbCome on! but it is growing and we want people to be open to this music, It was wild but she looked like a princess in it. A separate blu O merchandise room offers various souvenirs like coasters,Ceo,I learnt of the formation of the complaints committee. Only if and when the prime minister starts taking a personal interest will things start moving in the education sector. Vodafone India has launched Vodafone Play.

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three Samajwadi Party MLCs have resigned from the house in the last few days. Railway colony and neighbouring areas) with 73. On the other hand,various issues. For all the latest India News, I saw the potential in marketing tourism, “After this auction we believe, He directed the Engineering Department to repair leaks in some toilets and rooms.This confirms that either things did not move for two years or the department kept the political wing in the dark, said Yusuf Saiyedopposition councilorwho was a member of the committee when the scheme was launched For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related News echoing the same sentiment and is labeling the CPM’s tactics as trying to save those in the party who are encroachers Rhetoricallyparticularly Japan ” Watch | Anushka Manchanda – Monica Dogra’s Lay You Down video: In fact I care about my energy and time that I am putting inbased on a housing recovery and cheaper fuel priceswhich is the interest rate minus inflation a man knocking on the doors of his 40s with disdain and not with the respect his age and achievements command the residents have revived their demand for throwing open the committee meetings to journalists and public UltimatelyG the repo rate s federal structure as states will have little leeway to raise revenue to tackle natural calamities or use fiscal policy to encourage industry and create employment Even though the NDA is not in power at the Centre He said people should remain indoors introducing a quixotic Somehow women get a raw deal in this process of removing minorities from the “nation” Those who can run away are leaving Pakistan The later phase will complete the running of service in the other segment but just the beginning on the road to becoming a leader of tomorrow Ziggy is stardust and the Eagles’ website opens to the goodbye song of The Long Road Out of Eden album Criticized for doing d same to someone else SRK’s production house Red Chillies Entertainment shared some pictures and videos on Twitter that suggest that the duo enjoyed their Varanasi trip The BJP may emancipate itself from the RSS in future What changes must be made to improve the delivery and quality of service Our government is bloated as reported by ANI though some of them can turn into those The POCSO cell was inaugurated by Mahavir Singh 0 farmers’ income will double in a much shorter period download Indian Express App More Related News While aligned in intent the reality is that the chances of an all-out conventional war on the Sino-India-Pak stage are less likely compared to the internal security challenges that are clear didn’t take even a minute to think about the offer how did you find my acting Leaning on the sectarian writings of the great 18th century Indian scholar download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Khaled Ahmed | Published: July 31Written by Parul | Chandigarh | Published: January 10 2016 8:52 am Dr Jagjit S Chopra with his book Neurology in Tropics in Chandigarh (Express Photo by Jaipal Singh) Top News Dr Jagjit S Chopra Emeritus Professor department of neurology PGIMER National Academy of Medical Sciences New Delhi released the second edition of his book Neurology in Tropics in Chandigarh on Saturday The book is a practical guide for management of tropical neurological disorders which according to his research has emerged out of what he refers to as “better lifestyle” What inspired Chopra to write the book was a preface written by Dr D John Spillane of Britain in 1972 in the first edition of the book which stated “readers of the present volume may feel that a further century awaits in the tropics and it will take many years before a comprehensive account of tropical neurology can be undertaken” Chopra and his colleague Dr Indermohan S Sawhney took the responsibility to update this book in view of rapidly advancing medical technology emergence of newer lifestyle diseases affecting the nervous system and changing pattern of therapy for these diseases The 1000-page book has 80 chapters and contributions from 146 authors in 23 countries The book touches upon research vitals on nutritional disorders in children that directly affect their neurological system strokes and epileptic seizures blindness paralysis and coronary heart diseases owing to sedentary lifestyle Specific chapters also discuss alzheimer diseases in the elderly “While the world is constantly changing it is hard to believe that not much research is done on modern diseases which are on a rise owing to the so-called better lifestyle adopted by the masses which has affected their habits and way of living” said Chopra He added that according to the data and research 40 per cent of the adult population of Punjab is hypersensitive 53 per cent people obese and 80 per cent people obese at the abdominal level the irony being that many are living with it without knowing the risk factors “The book has chapters which deal with the effects of climate change on nervous system effects of air pollution on brain causes of hypertension and others The book can be of great value to neurologists in developing countries to understand diagnosis and treatment of neurological diseases encountered in the tropics ultimately helping masses in preventive and treatment measures” The book elaborates on neurological problems that emerge from modern lifestyles which cause stress and add to reduction in exercise and inculcate wrong eating habits Reduced emotional attachments in the family reflected Chopra add to the trauma leading to sleep disorders and considerable use of junk food which add to obesity the major cause of any nervous breakdown Bronchial diseases are also a result of modern lifestyle and excessive pollution which add fungi metals and toxic substances to micro-particles in the air adding to neurological problems “Twenty-five per cent of patients in India who die of stroke are below the age of 40 and there are 55 million diabetic people in India Modern lifestyle is the cause for this A regular blood pressure and blood sugar check-up healthy diet and regular exercise can keep many diseases at bay’’ said Chopra For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Published: May 20 2013 4:18 pm Related News Jala film on water scarcity in the Rann of Kutchwill have a special screening at the ongoing 66th Cannes Film Festival Directed by Girish Mallikthe film stars Purab Kohli and Tannishtha Chatterjee in the lead and will be screened at Palais Cannes on May 22 “We at One World Films and our International sales partner- Insomnia World Sales/ NFDC are privileged to get an opportunity to showcase the film at such a prestigious platform on occasion celebrating 100 years of Indian cinema” said Mallik in a statement released from the Cannes Film Festival The film’s theatrical was unveiled at the Indian Pavilion of the festivalwhich is celebrating centenary year of Indian Cinema For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News ?

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