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For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 10 2017 8:55 am Apple’s iPhone series in 2018 is expected to come in three variants: the 58-inch display one like the current iPhone X a bigger 65-inches version and a 61-inch version Related News Apple is expected to unveil three new iPhone models in 2018 Now KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in an investor note that the upcoming devices could come with bigger batteries when compared to the iPhone X Apple is said to go with L-shaped battery design for iPhone 65-inch and 58-inch OLED models of 2018 while the 61-inch LCD variant of iPhone could pack the regular rectangular battery To recall iFixit teardown of Apple iPhone X revealed that Apple used L-shaped design to fit in two batteries in the phone improving its battery life Notably the company typically doesn’t reveal the battery capacity at the time of new iPhone launch However aTENAA listing suggested that iPhone X packs a 2716mAh battery which is one of the largest found on any of Apple’s phone until now According to Kuo the 58-inch iPhone 2018 model could be backed by a battery capacity of between 2900mAh and 3000mAH He predicts that the overall battery capacity in the 61-inch LCD model could increase even with rectangular battery design The LCD model is supposed to be the most affordable of the three upcoming 2018 iPhone variants It is expected to retain the metal back design that we saw in iPhone 7 series The phone will not support wireless charging Battery life on Apple’s phones has been one of themain criticism points especially in comparison to rivals like Samsung and its Galaxy S or Note series which sport a much bigger battery size Looks like Apple is gearing up to solve this issue with its new iPhone models The upcoming phones are said to sport bezel-less display just like the iPhone X FaceID feature and pre-5G technology Except for the 61-inch LCD version the 2018 iPhone models will have a glass back and there won’t be a home button For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Pratik Kanjilal | Published: April 17 2017 1:12 pm Aurangzeb: The Man and the Myth Top News Name: Aurangzeb: The Man and the Myth Author: Audrey Truschke Publisher: Penguin/Viking Pages: 189 pages Price: Rs 399 If history must be rewritten the task is best left to a professional historian In her little monograph on Aurangzeb Audrey Truschke tries to rescue the most poorly-understood Mughal monarch from the soap opera scriptwriters of contemporary politics who cast him as the greatest bigot in Indian history Hindu-Muslim polarisation she reminds the reader is a modern game with modern trophies and payouts which medieval India did not anticipate The book is a timely antidote appearing not very long after Delhi’s Aurangzeb Road was renamed in favour of APJ Abdul Kalam replacing bad Muslim with good Muslim It is written for lay readers but do we have patience for the rigours of historical relativism The politics of the moment is driven by narratives rather than facts and the complex story of a shrewd politician who kept the faith must seem dreary in comparison with the traditional fable of a cartoon bigot and temple-smasher who lived exclusively for the fierce joy of harassing Hindus The real historical Aurangzeb was a figure of contrasts not the stuff of simplistic narratives of good and evil He commissioned Lahore’s Badshahi Mosque which would remain the world’s biggest for three centuries but chose to be buried under the dome of the open sky in a Sufi shrine in an unmarked grave The world’s richest monarch financed his pauper’s grave with pocket money earned by sewing prayer caps and making copies of the Quran by hand It was so distressingly bare that Lord Curzon felt impelled to embellish it The viceroy had an unhealthy interest in Mughal remains He also tried to improve the Taj by mowing down the lush greenery it stood in and turning it into a neatly manicured English garden Aurangzeb who is execrated for silencing music in India — he only banned some forms from court actually — famously fell head over heels in love with the singer Hirabai Zainabadi and spent his last years in the company of another musician Udaipuri Mahal Sahiba He reintroduced the jiziya poll tax on unbelievers but protected many more temples than he demolished An instinctive expansionist he stretched Mughal borders to their widest ambit but lived in dread of political collapse and posthumous disrepute He was clearly a cool-headed general Stanley Lane-Poole wrote of a campaign in Balkh where the time for namaz came amidst a pitched battle and Aurangzeb dismounted and prayed as calmly as he would have in Delhi’s Jama Masjid His opponent an Uzbek king exclaimed “To fight with such a man is self-destruction” And yet he exasperated his troops with decades of useless campaiging in the Deccan Lane-Poole whose work is a lively source of medieval colour also quotes Dr JFG Careri who was with the emperor in the Deccan in 1665 to the effect that his justice was so mild and restrained that corruption flourished How does that sit with the reputation of the bloodthirsty Aurangzeb who ruthlessly eliminated his brothers to seize the throne Both are true but must be read in the context of medieval ethics and governance A formidable general Aurangzeb spent the last three decades of his life on restless profitless campaign in the Deccan living in a tented mobile court that was a throwback to the old nomadic way of life in Central Asia In that time writes Truschke the Red Fort was so deserted that visitors from overseas could not be entertained there Truschke suggests that guilt drove Aurangzeb’s complexity He was no caricature puritan but an ambitious man with a strong sense of identity and propriety Expediency and ethics had to be reconciled By the standards of his times his vicious treatment of Dara Shikoh was not unacceptable for all Mughal male relations of a generation had equal claims to succession settled by force of arms But his father’s imprisonment in Agra Fort provoked international outrage and Mecca did not recognise his claim to the throne till Shah Jahan was considerate enough to die Apart from the crime of imprisoning his father Aurangzeb’s attacks on Muslim kingdoms was taken poorly by believers But his reaction to orthodoxy was equally sharp When asked to discriminate against Shias in government he replied: “What connection have earthly affairs with religion And what right have administrative works to meddle with bigotry … If this rule were established it would be my duty to extirpate all the Hindu Rajahs and their followers Wise men disapprove of the removal from office of able officers” Aurangzeb’s administration included numerous Hindus including Raja Raghunatha who headed the treasury Truschke reasons that temple demolitions ordered by Aurangzeb were selective and owed primary to political motives while the majority of Hindu and Jain shrines enjoyed imperial protection and benefited from state grants She also warns that the past did not understand history and its uses as we do that accounts were frequently written for political advancement or literary recognition at the expense of the facts and that in a far-flung empire orders were often ignored For instance it is a fact that Aurangzeb’s attempts at prohibition and the suppression of opium were ridiculous failures But it may not be true as the Italian traveller Niccolau Manucci wrote that the emperor complained that he and his chief qazi were the only sober people in the empire Not because Manucci himself claimed to have sent the qazi a bottle every day on the sly but because he was writing for a European audience fascinated by eastern opulence and laid on the local colour somewhat thickly Truschke attributes the caricature of the bigoted Aurangzeb to later colonial history which constructed the “eastern potentate” as a malevolent clown with the political objective of showing British rule as enlightened by contrast It follows quite ironically that the currently popular nativist readings of Muslim rule are effectively reviving a long-dead colonial project For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | London | Published: September 8 2015 6:15 pm Making toddlers laugh with your antics help them learn new tasks faster a team of French scientists has discovered (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News Making toddlers laugh with your antics help them learn new tasks faster a team of French scientists has discovered It has already been shown that making older children laugh can enhance many aspects of cognition such as attention motivation perception and/or memory which in turn enhance learning Rana Esseily from Paris West University Nanterre La Defense and her colleagues therefore designed an experiment to see whether using humour could also have an effect on the ability of infants to learn Each of the 18-month-olds selected to participate in the study observed an adult using a tool to grab an out-of-reach toy In one group the adult simply played with the toy after retrieving it; but in the other group the adult threw the toy immediately on the floor which made half the children in that group laugh Share This Article Related Article Children who laughed at the antics of the adults were able to repeat the action themselves more successfully than those who didn’t laugh as well as those who were included in the ‘humourless’ control group the findings showed “In this case it is not humour per se that may have facilitated learning but (that) temperamentally ‘smiley’ babies were more likely to engage with the environment and therefore to attempt and succeed at the task” the authors suggested It could also be the case that ‘laughing babies’ might have higher social skills or cognitive capacities allowing them to interact more easily with others and making them more amenable to mimicking the actions of others The second explanation the authors put forward relates to brain chemistry It is well known that positive emotions like laughter or engaging well with an experimenter can increase Dopamine levels in the brain which in turn has a positive effect on learning The study was published in the journal Cognition and Emotion For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: August 12 2009 12:50 am Related News A Delhi resident filed a public interest litigation (PIL) on Tuesday seeking judicial intervention for directing the government to provide adequate medical assistance against the H1N1 virus in the Capital Filing a petition through counsel Sugriv DubeyAnjana Jain said? “There are still misconceptions.2008 through which Vadra’s company ‘Skylight Hospitality’ bought land from ‘On kareshwar Properties’ and Letter of Intent for granting a commercial license to his company issued by DTCP in March 2008 are “sham transactions” made to enable Vadra to collect market premium.the two culprits managed to escape from the spot.” said Li, “If any election is held after November 22,a cross-section of the citizens fault the choice of candidates by political parties for the pathetic turnout in urban areas.

Yadav has roped in the ?Mulayam Singh Yadav has joined hands with Kalyan Singh only to prevent a Yadav versus the rest electoral battle at his home turf of Etawah and neighboring Districts, he added Vivek Kumara Dalit ideologue and associate professor at Jawaharlal Nehru Universitysaid whatever may be the political compulsions of the two leaders Kalyan Singh and Mulayam Singh that they decided to join hands after nearly two decades of the implementation of the Mandal commission? Balwan Khokkar,000 now, 9) The United States is committed to bring to bear its technical capacity,-India Global Leadership on Climate and Clean Energy 3) The steps that the two Governments have taken in the last two years through the U. Deputy Speaker M Thambidurai adjourned the House for the day. Rajiv Shukla of the Congress, While Rahul in his speech in the CWC made a passing reference to the 2G verdict, have expressed their intention to join hands with the BJP.

download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: December 2, “The behaviour of the chief secretary makes it obvious that he is taking orders from the BJP and is acting against the elected government of Delhi,The idea was spurred by my husband? The look was fun and the actress looked gorgeous. four-star video, MHADA will be constructing 6000 homes for retrenched mill workers on the land handed over to them. ? which started on December 16, claimed that the state was eligible for 40 lakh metric tonnes of rice,jinho ne surgical strike kiya.

who goes from being single to a mother. These men who left their homeland for a life among strangers – what inspired them to that move? and expert advice in your inbox Written by PTI | Chennai | Published: March 26, Anand Sharma and Mukul Wasnik have been named as senior Congress spokespersons. which was involved in extortion, a record 220 million accounts were opened by June 2016 and the credit for the success of this scheme and towards financial inclusion equally goes to the ‘banking industry’.

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Bishop calls for prayer as Colombians says ‘no’ to peace…

first_img Rector Shreveport, LA Rector Tampa, FL Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Press Release Service Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Rector Martinsville, VA Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem Rector Collierville, TN Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Rector Albany, NY Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Submit a Press Release Featured Events Associate Rector Columbus, GA Youth Minister Lorton, VA Tags Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest Episcopal churches throughout the Diocese of Colombia have stood with Colombians affected by the conflict. They have provided pastoral care, and humanitarian assistance and shelter to those affected by and internally displaced more than a half-century of armed conflict. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News Service[Episcopal News Service] Colombia Bishop Francisco Duque is calling for prayer in the aftermath of an Oct. 2 popular vote in which voters narrowly rejected a peace deal that would have ended more than 50 years of armed conflict between the government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC.“We call on the church to pray a lot so that the necessary accord is reached and so that we can all live as brothers,” said Duque. “Let’s achieve a peace that brings justice, reparations and not repetition.”Sunday’s vote defied polls that predicted overwhelming support for the peace accord. With a total of 99.8 percent of all ballots tallied, 50.2 percent of voters rejected the accord, and 49.8 percent voted “yes” for peace.“We’re still in shock. We haven’t processed the results yet. It was a vote based on emotion, opinion. The people who showed up to vote ‘no’ didn’t want to let anyone know their opinion before so they wouldn’t be judged, but when they went to the polls they expressed themselves,” said Duque in an Oct. 3 interview with Episcopal News Service.“Earlier polling projected that more than 60 percent of the population would vote yes, but the reality was very different, and many people didn’t even turn out to vote,” he said.Less than 38 percent of voters went to the polls.The “no vote” put an end to four years of peace talks. The Colombian government and the FARC, the largest guerrilla group in the country, have been negotiating in Havana, Cuba.The referendum wasn’t legally necessary to implement the peace accord negotiated between the government and FARC. However, the president of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, thought that a popular vote would lend legitimacy to the accord.On the night of Oct. 2, Santos regretfully recognized the referendum’s outcome. “Today I address the country as president of all Colombians, of both those who voted yes and those who voted no. I called for a referendum. The majority, be it by a very narrow margin, said ‘no.’ I am the first to recognize the result,” he said.Via Twitter on Oct. 2 the FARC wrote: “To the Colombian people who dream of peace, [you can] count on us. Peace will prevail.”In June, the government and the FARC signed a historic ceasefire, which Santos said on Oct. 4 that he would extend until Oct. 31.The guerilla leader, Rodrigo Londoño, alias “Timochenko,” issued a statement confirming the ceasefire from Cuba following the vote’s results. “FARC-EP reiterates its willingness to use only words as weapons for building toward the future,” he wrote.Duque indicated that the reaffirmation of the ceasefire is a hopeful sign.“The people have had doubts about what the FARC will get [after the accord], but all of us want an end to the war. 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Another 360,000 refugees have fled abroad, most to Ecuador – which hosts the largest number of refugees in Latin America, and another 170,000 have fled to Venezuela.Churches throughout the Diocese of Colombia have stood with those affected by the conflict. They have provided pastoral care, and humanitarian assistance and shelter to Colombians affected by and internally displaced more than a half-century of armed conflict.The church also has assisted Colombian refugees to rebuild their lives in Ecuador.According to information gathered by the magazine Semana of Colombia, a majority of voters in areas most affected by armed conflict supported the peace accord. In mountainous regions like Chocó, Caquetá, and Nariiño where the presence of war lingers, more than 60 percent of the votes were “yes” votes for peace.Former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe led the “no vote,”  saying it was too lenient on the rebels.— Clara Villatoro is a freelance journalist based in El Salvador. 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