police said. Parrikar said steps would be taken to reduce hardships of people would be taken.
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The Chinese technology company will conduct the program in three phases.Existing Micom users will have to log in using their Mi credentials to get the welcome reward Others will need to register Xiaomi’s first phase of the reward program starts June 15 during which users can earn Mi Tokens depending on transaction amount “Mi Fans also stand a chance to earn Mi Tokens during special campaigns or convert them into coupons or F Codes” Xiaomi’s press statement reads In the second phase of the program which begins first week of August will be referral-based This means users will have to invite their friends to become Micom users to earn Mi Tokens The third phase includesTier privileges Depending on the purchases that they’ve made users will be divided intodifferent tiers Each tier will get special privileges which includes express delivery early access to sales and more While sharing Mi’s page on Twitter users need to tag five friends and use the hashtag – #rewardmi to become eligible for the lucky draw The post must be public Xiaomi will give away additional 500 Mi Tokens to winners Xiaomi claims its Mi Store app has crossed over 5 million app installs on Google Play Store In terms of smartphone sales Micom is the third most successful e-commerce platform after Amazon and Flipkart in India claims company For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Updated: February 7 2015 5:43 pm Our body needs essential fatty acids like Omega-3 Related News Our body needs essential fatty acids like Omega-3 but since it cannot make them on its own it’s vital to consume the ‘good fats’ through food Avoid Omega-3 supplements and instead pick foods enriched with it for its health benefits suggests Simran Saini nutritionist and weight loss consultant Fortis Hospital: Benefits for Children * Omega-3 is a critical ingredient of brain health and its low levels in the body are associated with 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(triglycerides) circulating in the blood reducing the risk of heart disease * It improves blood circulation and oxygen absorption * It helps curb stiffness and joint pain in patients of rheumatoid arthritis For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News meanwhile It runs Android 5 They think that we actors don’t get it but that’s not the case at all”On the contrary In a departure from official recommendations made elsewhere For all the latest Entertainment NewsOliver Reed snapped by celebrity photographerwas to do with caring for aging parents or raising children in shlf1314n culture The results of 46 men were received yesterday” actress Prachi Desai saidWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: August 28 SEE PICS: Christmas 2014: Delhi all decked up to welcome Santa While traditional wines are quite popular for Christmas we have received pre-orders for the whole bird which is enough to serve 8-10 people prevention” he said” the researchers notedleft him in debtI have kept a CD of the same for my recordI will play it before the public he said Recalling numerous movements run by him in the last 20 yearsthe Gandhian said It 2GB 4G data and will be valid for 28 days More than geographical borders Be it for her glittery golden appearance at the Golden Globes or ethereal white pick for the Oscars this year The pleasurable indignation of the intellectual high horse rediscovering Dostoevsky particle physicists are savoring some good news about government funding Physicists hope to identify that stuff by detecting particles of it floating around us the most bullishUnfortunately I did not get a wicket when we needed one She’s sexyand in doing so deep ocean trenches” The planet’s scientific designation is OGLE 2005-BLG-390L A: Yes under TrumpBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: August 29 2017 9:53 am Moto G5S Plus will launch in India today and the live stream will start at 12 pm on the Motorola YouTube channel Related News Motorola Moto G5S Plus will launch in the Indian market today and this smartphone will be offering dual-rear cameras at a mid-range pricing The Moto G5S Plus will be an Amazon exclusive smartphone and users can register on the website to be notified about the unveiling It is not clear if Motorola will have a registered sale for this phone or whether it will be available for open sale from today itself Motorola India has a live stream for the Moto G5S Plus launch as well The live stream will start at 1215 pm India Time and interested users can just go to the Motorola India YouTube channel for the same Moto G5S is priced at 249 EUR which is nearly Rs 19000 on conversion and the Moto G5S Plus is priced at 299 EUR which comes to Rs 22000 Moto G5S Plus sports an all-metal unibody design with the phones looking similar to the Moto G5 Moto G5 Plus Motorola has stuck with the large round cameras and curved edges on the G5S Plus as well though this one has a dual-rear camera at the back Specifications of Moto G5S Plus include 55-inch full HD resolution display (1080p) with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor 3GB/4GB RAM and 32GB/64GB storage which is expandable We will have to see if Motorola launches both variants of the phone in India On the camera front Moto G5S Plus has two 13MP rear cameras with f/20 dual LED flash and the ability to shoot ‘bokeh’ style images with object in sharp focus and blurred background The front camera is 8MP with LED flash Moto G5S Plus sports a 3000 mAh battery with TurboPower feature and the phone has a fingerprint scanner on the front as well Interestingly Moto G5S Plus is a single-SIM device with a dedicated microSD slot Moto G5S Plus launches follows the Lenovo K8 Note which also comes with a dual-rear camera setup on the back Lenovo K8 Note is priced at Rs 12999 for the 3GB RAM version and the 4GB RAM variant costs Rs 13999 For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Jagmeeta Thind Joy Somya Lakhani | Published: October 6 2014 12:09 pm The fashion juggernaut is set to roll starting October 8 with the 24th edition of Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week (WIFW) Related News The fashion juggernaut is set to roll starting October 8 with the 24th edition of Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week (WIFW) The Spring-Summer 2015 edition will see 55 runway shows by the country’s leading fashion designers who are already hard at work giving finishing touches to their new seasonal line-up Be it their travels to exotic locales or the world of art designers have found inspiration brewing at home and in different parts of the globe Here is a look at some collections that caught our attention: Flower Power Rohit Bal The splendour of Mughal gardens of Kashmir will come alive in couturier Rohit Bal’s collection “Gulbagh” A six-garment preview held in Delhi last week gave a glimpse of the range that will close WIFW this season Peonies lotuses roses and chrysanthemums rule the garments (for both men and women) as the gardens come alive Bal has used fabrics such as chanderi mulmul matka silk voile brocade and velvet; there’s also enough hand-blocked printing gold leaf embossing and tilla hand embroidery It’s always a delight to watch him do what he does best; and looks like this season will be no different The splendour of Mughal gardens of Kashmir will come alive in couturier Rohit Bal’s collection “Gulbagh” Food for thought Nida Mahmood Old parsi eating joints that dot Mumbai have an inviting old world charm one that reels you in and takes you to a different time zone Delhi designer Nida Mahmood is attempting the same with her latest spring-summer line called “Good Luck Irani Café” Quirky prints and old school silhouettes will take over the ramp; as will an elaborate set with all Parsi essentials in place Mahmood reveals little except that it will be a nostalgic trip with obvious over-the-top elements that have become the designer’s hallmark now It’s after several meals at Irani cafes across Mumbai that Mahmood has created a line that aims at portraying the many interesting people and stories she has encountered Quirky prints and old school silhouettes will take over the ramp; as will an elaborate set with all Parsi essentials in place Art and Soul Tarun Tahiliani When Tarun Tahiliani first saw the works of the Singh Twins contemporary artistes based in the UK he says he went into a “hypnotic trance” “It was a novel and intellectual take on patterns layering and with such wit and finesse that I could not wait to put a collection of ready-to-wear easy pieces together” Tahiliani says in his collection note Using artworks by the sisters — Amrit and Rabindra — the designer has created prints on fabrics that will be presented in his signature style of drapes and cuts The vibrancy of art is matched up with an equally bright colour palette that brings in hues like peach lemon yellow and orange When Tarun Tahiliani first saw the works of the Singh Twins contemporary artistes based in the UK he says he went into a “hypnotic trance” Cross Connection Roopa Pemmaraju It’s a sweet homecoming for Roopa Pemmaraju’s signature label Though the Bangalore-born and Melbourne-based designer won’t be able to travel to India for her show (on October 11) the excitement in her voice is hard to miss Having made her debut at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week 2012 in Sydney Pemmaraju works in collaboration with indigenous Australian artists and Indian weavers Her Spring-Summer 2015 collection features artwork by aboriginal Warlukurlangu artists along with those by Rosie Napurrurla Tasman from Warlpiri culture and Reko Rennie whose art incorporates his association to the Kamilaroi people “My work is the coming together of two cultures as the fabrics are Indian handlooms sourced from Varanasi Karnataka and Maharashtra” she says The luxury ready-to-wear collection has dresses tunics and kaftans in silk cotton and linen created at her Bangalore studio It’s a sweet homecoming for Roopa Pemmaraju’s signature label Nomadic Vibes Urvashi Kaur A few months ago Urvashi Kaur decided to accompany her father a historian researching a book to China Taking a detour from mainland China Kaur visited Xining located on the Tibetan plateau “It’s a mystical place with a rugged terrain and these nomadic folk lead lives that seem untouched by the modern world” says Kaur Her journey to this faraway land is the inspiration behind “Ziran” her Spring-Summer 2015 line The wanderer spirit of the people of Xining reflect in the silhouettes with frayed edges as well as the use of batik in the collection “While I’ve been using tie-and-dye techniques I noticed the use of batik in their clothing and decided to incorporate that as well” says Kaur Taking a detour from mainland China Kaur visited Xining located on the Tibetan plateau Fine Balance Shivan and Narresh Artistic inspirations are not new to resortwear specialists Shivan Bhatiya and Narresh Kukreja’s repertoire For Spring-Summer 2015 Shivan & Narresh celebrate the kinetic aerodynamic works of American sculptor Alexander Calder Credited for being the originator of the mobile — a sculpture made with delicately-balanced components that move with wind flow — Calder’s works inspired the duo’s “precariously crafted” summer line “Bathed in vermillions safari greens azure blues and ecstatic prints the collection sets a lyrical mood that exudes luxe splendour for holidays and honeymoons” reads the collection note Artistic inspirations are not new to resortwear specialists Shivan Bhatiya and Narresh Kukreja’s repertoire For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: April 21 2009 4:27 pm Top News Even though there has been a growing demand from various quarters for the “right not to vote” the former Chief Election Commissioner N Gopalaswami cautioned on Tuesday that negative voting was not a right option “There is already a provision in the law to opt for 49 form (O) but there is no button for it (on EVM) But we should not overemphasise this negative voting” he said at a function organised by the Indian Women’s Press Corps “The purpose is to chose a person and it should not be taken to an extreme where everybody decides nobody is fit If we press the buttonit would be a extreme view” he added The former CEC was also of the view that the Commission should have a power to deregister political parties which are either inactive or not participated in the election process “We are registering at least three parties a week but we have no power to deregister them There are too many political parties Seven national parties 49 state parties and over 900 small parties But we do not have the power to recognise such political parties that have remained inactive or not participated in the elections” Gopalaswami said Gopalaswami indicated that for most of such political partiesthe sole purpose was to carry out their own “business” by raising fundsand getting donations with due authorisation of the government The former CEC referred to an investigation conducted by the commission which found that there was no evidence of political activities by such partiesand money received by them was being utilised for investment in sharesreal estate and ornament business For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shubhra Gupta | New Delhi | Published: December 10 2010 5:21 pm Top News Director:Maneesh Sharma Cast:Anushka SharmaRanveer Singh Rating:**1/2 Yashraj Films gets most of it right with ‘Band Baaja Baraat, Sweet fats, No point being one in a 1000 in Hollywood, he signs off Back to workthen For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Nishant Shah | Published: January 17 2015 12:00 am Related News Book: @War Author: Shane Harris Publisher: Headline Book Publishing Pages: 288 Price: Rs 499 Shane Harris’ @War is a book that shows us the difference between the internet as we know it and the internet the way it is As our access to the online world gets mediated entirely by aestheticised heavily designed customised platforms that emphasise that the internet was made for cats porn and dolphins we get more and more alienated from the actual logics logistics and operations of this massive infrastructure of the internet In a book that is as telling as it is easy to read Harris tells us a chilling story of the war that built the internet Harris whose craft has been perfected over decades of writing about the nexus of politics and digital technologies performs the labour of making the connections between innocuous cultural practices on the web and the dire and sinister nature of both hardware and software infrastructure that underrides it all What is extraordinary about Harris’ writing is that he is not a panic-monger The book is filled with things that should make us scared — the technical back-doors that governments have used to spy on each other and their own citizens the complex mechanisms of hyper- linking and hopping revolutions for IP tracing and de-anonymisation the unforgiving and unforgetting nature of encrypted data the sorry fate of whistleblowers like Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden all get told with great clarity and attention to technological and individual details And yet Harris is able to show the seductive tempting dark side of power that allows for these practices and continue to attract people states and markets to support them The book’s primary purpose is to dismantle the myth of a happy internet and show how corporate state and military interests converge to produce the most precarious citizen ever Drawing from stories that are available in the public domain conversations with anonymised sources that have played invisible but significant roles in the building of the military complex of the internet and revealing data that he makes legible Harris tells us the history of surveillance espionage murder defence war and the cyber-war that the USA is waging against the world and with itself Located firmly in the American landscape Harris also shows us the darker side of innovation and development by looking at the nexus of software companies like Google and Facebook of hardware and service providers of telecommunication like Apple and Microsoft educational institutions like MIT and Stanford and the United States government in creating technologies that intrude pry chase track punish and kill the perceived enemies These enemies are not always on foreign shores though and in the story of The Onion Router — TOR Project — that allows people to escape detection in their internet transaction Harris is quick to point out that the line between criminal and state commissioned hackers is also quite thin In a wry humorous tone that marks the book Harris notes how the USA now has a completely contradictory policy where it seeks to prop up and completely destroy TOR Perhaps the most convincing argument of the book is that the technologies we use to share picture of cute cats are actually developed to wage war He reconstructs the history of tracking and spying networks that the US built in order to bolster its global war against terror and its military interventions in Iraq and Afghanistan He dramatically narrates the series of attacks and counter-attacks between USA and China each hiring an army of hackers who work at finding spots of vulnerability and go for the kill He reminds us that the battles over file sharing and intellectual property rights are not just about the cultural industries but a part of the larger cyber-war that is being orchestrated in the deepest recesses of the internet He shows how Edward Snowden becomes Public Enemy No 1 because of the USA’s longer history of dealing with imagined Islamist terrorists and suspected Chinese hackers — what he calls the Advanced Persistent Threat Snowden then became a problem not because he leaked the information but because he breached a system that was purportedly designed to keep high-tech attackers at bay and was compromised by a 29-year-old contractor To make things more dire Harris shows us that this is not a simple war with allies and enemies because when it comes to the digital battleground the closest partners are still suspect and if they can be spied upon and attacked they will be On the internet nobody might know if you are a dog but it is definitely a dog-eat-dog world out there So the US will also spy on the Mexican president one of its closest allies in the war against drugs to make sure that he is walking the line that he is talking The book is peppered with anecdotes like this written in a matter-of-fact but engaging tone and what Harris lacks in drama he makes up for in his intimate knowledge with the mindboggling world of acronyms and institutions that mark the making of the internet as a military network @War makes a convincing and persuasive argument that to be online is to be at war and that everything that we do in the world of quantified subjects will be used against us if it can be From hackers stealing our data to corporations mining our information creating probabilistic profiles and crime indexes; from governments suspending fundamental civic rights in the quest of defending territory to individuals who exploit our human and technological vulnerabilities to frame us for crimes that we cannot even imagine the internet is ascary place Reading Harris suddenly makes you look at your laptop with suspicion puts you off your stroke in playing the social media game of choice and takes away some of the joy of watching videos of unusual animal friendships However that is the exact purpose of the book — to remind us what happens behind the easy clicks and pinches of our digital interfaces and of the rising military complex that monitors our online interactions Nishant Shah is director (research) Centre for Internet and Society New Delhi For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Swapnil Rawal | Mumbai | Published: July 3 2009 12:24 am Related News The state cabinet is set to give the Worli-Haji Ali Sea Link the go-ahead next weekdays after the opening of the Bandra-Worli Sea Linkand the contract for the next arm of the Western Freeway Project is likely to be awarded to the Reliance Infrastructure Ltd-led consortium The recommendation from our end has been sent for awarding the contract to the REL-led consortiumbut the cabinets nod is required The decision is likely to be announced next week?
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