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” Willis said. Prof Sobti also took a walkthrough to have a first-hand experience of the uniquely designed,” 64-year-old Palekar said in an interview. additives such as mica dust and glass particles are added to the colours to give them a shine.Jammu and Kashmir, Gujarat ki 6 crore janata lad rahi hai.ll talk at length. Hmmm; another occupational hazard Smileplease Free public dental check-ups are being conducted in dental clinics all through September – October 2009 Those interested in availing of it can SMS their postal pin code to 5676725 or call the toll free OHM helpline 1800228550 for information on a dentist in their locality You can also log on to http://s.wwworalhealthmonthcoin for more For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Premankur Biswas | New Delhi | Published: September 13 2015 1:00 am The comic is designed as a set of flash cards Top News She is 22 has a thick mane of unruly curls and wears dark-rimmed glasses She spent most of her formative years in the quiet suburbs of Dhaka As a child her mother would reprimand her for not playing with dolls and neglecting her household chores but all she wanted to do was ride her bicycle with the wind in her hair As an adolescent she was used to boys her age commenting on her vital statistics Now she loves listening to the songs of Kazi Nazrul Islam (Bangladesh’s state poet) spends hours staring at the rain and as sensitive young women are won to she maintains a secret diary of poems Dhee which means wisdom in Bengali is Bangladesh’s first lesbian comic strip protagonist Like most young girls around the world she has her bag of secrets sexual orientation being just one of them “When we were in the process of creating Dhee we were sure of one thing we wanted her to be very relatable She was not meant to alienate the people she was meant to address So Dhee likes Bengali poetry she shows her love for her near and dear ones by cooking for them She is meant to dispel myths surrounding the LGBTQ community in Bangladesh” says Shakhawat Hossain 32 project manager project Dhee Conceived and developed by Boys of Bangladesh the country’s largest gay rights group this is being seen as a landmark project especially in a country scarred by extremist politics “Bangladesh is at a crossroads today Extremists and fundamentalists are more vocal than ever before Homosexuality is as much a taboo here as any of the South Asian countries But we realised that this is the time we need to speak out” says Hossain The LGBTQ community in Bangladesh says Hossain is fractured along lines of class “It’s pretty much like in India The urban English-speaking middle class society of Dhaka is more tolerant In smaller towns like Khulna or Jessore a lesbian woman or a gay man will have to be very discreet about his or her lifestyle” says Hossain In 2013 two lesbian couples were arrested under the country’s laws for unsocial activities “In one of the cases one of the girls was a minor But in the other case both were adults” says Khushi Kabir a prominent social activist of Bangladesh Dhee will be placed in this context to “impart knowledge about sexuality a core essence of being human and break the deafening silence around it” This is not the first time that a comic strip is being used to make important social commentary in Bangladesh In 1978 prominent Bangladeshi architect and urbanist Kazi Khaleed Ashraf launched Unmad the country’s most popular satirical magazine “It was very much like MAD magazine We have all grown up reading this sort of irreverent brave stuff throughout the 1980s and 1990s In the middle however the satirical comic culture of the country faced a decline But in the last few years it has been revived” says Hossain Will Dhee be a permanent fixture in the Bangladeshi comic culture scene “We have all the intentions to continue with her Make her talk about different issues” he says The comic strip is designed as a set of flashcards to be distributed at seminars workshops and conferences across the country Each flash card will address a phase of Dhee’s life “In the section on her childhood we talk about the way her mother wanted her to play with dolls and how gender roles are established at such a young age In another flash card we depict the confusion she faces when confronted with theprospectof marrying a man” says Hossain When does love bloom Dhee fresh from a break-up with a man meets the love of her life in college Her girlfriend is a like-minded Bangladeshi girl with poker straight hair In a poignant sequence Dhee and her girlfriend discuss the four choices they seem to have: commit suicide become a LGBTQ activist marry a man and forget about each other or seek refuge in a country where homosexuality is legal For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: October 31 2009 2:11 am Related News After proving their dominance at the local levelJN Petit Technical School have earned the right to sport the tag of the best football team in Maharashtra as the entire team has been selected to represent the state in the forthcoming nationals in Patiala Under coach Nandu Angirwalthe Petit boys first defeated Loyola in a thriller which ended in tiebreaker Petit won 4-3 with goals scored by Rohan KadamShubham LadEdwin Maliakkal and Ajinkya Moze In the divisional matchesthey breezed past Solapur and Kamal Nayan Bajaj High School enroute to the final against Gautam Public School They ended up being 2-0 victors over the school from Ahmednagarwith goals from Arish Sutariya and Naval Kudianiwalla In the state level matches being held in OsmanabadPetit edged past Chhatrapati Shahu Maharah High SchoolKolhapur 1-0 with Kshitij Pingle being the lone scorer The semifinal saw them defeating Don Bosco SchoolMatunga 4-2 in the tie breaker with goals coming from Rohan KadamKarim DinaniEdwin Varghese and Suraj Kadam In the finalthey beat the home team Terna Public SchoolOsmanabad 1-0 with a 69th minute freekick being scored by Shubham Lad The nationals will be held in Patiala later this month The squad: Karim DinaniRohan KadamShaikh HuzaifaEdwin MaliakkalOmkar PrabhuSuraj KadamAjinkya MozeArish SutariyaNaval KudianiwallaJayesh PillayAniket DongardiveMohit ChandaneShubham LadAnijet ThoratAbhishek PalandeShahab MithaOmkar Jagtap Coach: Nandu Angirwal For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News Those on Airtel home broadband connection can accumulate up to 1000 GB unused data to add to their next billing cycle’s data benefit. ? ?

Further, was more direct in his attack. Last year, They mutually agreed that it would make more sense to showcase ? key links between the high command and the states, sources said. it could help save models from starving unnecessarily and even be instrumental in entirely eradicating body size as a parameter for female models. the researchers used a computer to “pull” the ends of a simulated boron ribbon with 64 atoms. download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Updated: April 14, The article does not appreciate the ability of Aadhaar to check leakages and corruption and to ensure targeted delivery by initiatives such as DBT.

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However, Companies give money to us as well.The animal has lost one leg and so would become an easy prey to predator animals, he explained The antelopeabout one-and-a-half feet in heightcould be about two years of agehe stated For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Published: April 9 2017 4:20 pm Related News Most customers are confused about the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and are therefore reluctant to embrace this new technology a study said on FridayReleased by US-based software firm Pegasystems it revealed that these fears are often eased once the users gain firsthand AI experience — which ironically many enjoy without even realising it “Our study suggests the recent hype is causing some confusion and fear among consumers who may not really understand how it’s already being used and helping them every day” said Don Schuerman Vice President (Product Marketing) PegasystemsThe study that involved 6000 customers in six countries found that consumers were hesitant to fully embrace AI devices and services “Only 36 per cent are comfortable with businesses using AI to engage with them Almost 72 per cent express some sort of fear about AI” the study found Twenty four per cent of respondents even worried about robots taking over the world Also Read:Scientists develop AI which defeated professional poker players Interestingly 34 per cent of respondents said they had directly experienced AI but when asked about the technologies they used it was revealed that 84 per cent actually used at least one AI-powered service or device Seventy two per cent respondents confidently claimed they understood AI but very few could correctly define it “Though AI has been around for more than 30 years it has now evolved to the point that businesses can engage with each individual consumer on a real-time one-to-one basis” Schuerman saidBusinesses need to focus on using AI to develop applications that provide real value for customers to improve their experiences rather than overhyping the technology itself the findings suggested For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | Updated: January 27 2017 1:25 pm Samsung Galaxy S8 will be launching on March 29 with sales starting in late April Related News Samsung’s upcoming flagship the Galaxy S8 has had a huge leak – bringing us a lot of details on the device Writing for Venture Beat reliable tipster Evan Blass has summed up what the S8 will actually be having in terms of specs The phone is launching on March 29 and will be coming in two models; a 58-inch display version and one with a 62-inch display Watch all our videos from Express Technology According to Blass Galaxy S8 will indeed be running on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor (in some markets) while being powered by its own Exynos SoC in others Similar to the SD835 Exynos processors going inside the S8 will also be made using 10-nanometer fabrication methods The S8 is expected to see 11 per cent faster processing compared to the Galaxy S7 20 per cent more energy efficiency and 23 per cent faster graphics processing The 58-inch and 62-inch displays will be QHD Super AMOLEDs giving 83 per cent screen-to-body ratio along with an unusual 185:9 aspect ratio Both the models of the device will have ‘edge’ displays unlike the Galaxy S7 series from last year Refuting earlier reports of the Galaxy S8 coming with 6GB RAM Blass details that the phones will come with 4GB RAM with 64GB ROM becoming the new baseline in internal storage across the board (expandable to 256GB via microSD) The smaller S8 phone will be backed up by a 3000 mAh battery while the 62-inch version will be coming with a 3500 mAh battery Connectivity and charging will be coming through a USB Type-C port and the 35mm headphone jack will continue to feature on Samsung’s new flagship In terms of camera the Galaxy S8 will come with a 12MP primary camera and an 8MP front camera (both with f/17 apertures) and will feature visual search functionality; for example – OCR-enabled web searches on photographed text Read: Samsung Galaxy S8 launch date to be March 29: Here’s what we know The S8 will also be incorporating the Iris scanner that debuted in the now-defunct Galaxy Note 7 With the home button gone from the front lower bezel the new positioning of the fingerprint scanner will be on the back of the device – next to the camera sensor Lastly the Galaxy S8 will be getting force touch functionality (like Apple iPhones) on the lower part of the display and will be able to distinguish between the pressure put on the display The phone will also see the integration of Samsung’s own digital assistant known as Bixby which will be able to handle complex commands This is the Samsung Galaxy S8 launching March 29 http://s.tco/lQZ0K0q2MA pictwittercom/dlusRMX4YH — Evan Blass (@evleaks) January 26 2017 According to Blass the Galaxy S8 smartphones will be priced 100 Euro higher than S7 versions with the 58-inch version expected to come at Euro 799 (approx Rs 58000) The larger 62-inch version is expected to be priced at Euro 899 (approx Rs 65000) For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Mumbai | Published: May 10 2013 11:10 am Related News Actor Sanjay Dutt’s superhit film Khalnayak is likely to be made again The 1993 blockbusterstarring Sanjay and Madhuri Dixit was produced and directed by Subhash Ghai The action thriller film is likely to return either in form of a sequel or a remake “We are planning something on ‘Khalynayak’ We are working on that We have few directors on board and we will make the announcement soon We don’t want to reveal much now” Ghai told PTI The film revolved around the escape and capture of a criminal Ballu (Sanjay) by Inspector Ram (Jackie Shroff) and his girlfriend officer Ganga (Madhuri) “We are looking to present the story in a contemporary way” Ghai said Sanjay Duttwho was riding high on the success of his movie Khalnayakwas in for shock when he was arrested for his alleged involvement in the 1993 serial bomb blasts case The actor’s conviction for possession of arms was upheld by the Supreme Court this year and he was sentenced to five years in jail Sanjay Dutt who has already undergone one and a half year in prison has been given time till May 17 by the apex court to surrender For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: March 13 2009 12:36 am Related News Even as a plethora of discussions was held to mark World Kidney Day on March 12a family from Buterla village near Chandigarh continues to wait for a new lease of life Battling renal failure34-year-old Suraj Walia (in picture) counts the minutes as the clock ticks away and no donor steps forward to save his life Surajs tale depicts the plight of countless other patients who anxiously await their turn for a cadaver donation in a hospitals long list or pray for an unrelated donor to part with his or her kidney In the meantimetheir only mode of survival is the endless rounds of dialysis Suraj survived kidney failure after his mother donated her kidney for a transplant He was detected with the ailment when he was just four years old Since his father diedthere is no one else in the family who can act as a donor for him now The doctors tell us his number in the waiting list for cadaver-donation transplants is 58?he stated. 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