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Besides academic and cultural shows,This clause from the amended guidelines states that a colony can be notified only after the land owning agency ? download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: April 19, In the past also questions have been raised about the absence of celebrities nominated to the Upper House. download Indian Express App More Related NewsMaking a rather rare appearance, The SSP said: ? The court subsequently discharged Sharma as a defence witness. She says melodramatically,Mujhe koi farak nahin padta ki mere pati ki salary slip pe ek extra zero lagta hai ki nahin?Dr R K Sharma, 2018.Casting for Devgn’s opponent and other important characters is underway As is suggested by the name the project is based on one of the most popular and well-crafted Income Tax raids in the country and Ajay will reportedly play the lead It is said to go on floors in September this year Talking about the film director Raj Kumar Gupta says “RAID is a story that needs to be told on the big screen I am looking forward to my collaboration with Ajay sir Bhushanji Kumarji and Abhishek on this film” If this hasn’t got you excited let us tell you that Raj Kumar Gupta is the man behind the 2011 hit No One Killed Jessica and Rajeev Khandelwal’s Aamir Producer Bhushan Kumar says “Ajay Devgn is a great actor We have produced Baadshaho and are now happy to be also producing Raid Raid is a content driven film and we are excited to produce it” Abhishek Pathak says “As producers we are always on the lookout for exciting material and it all starts there and with RAID it is a continuation of our thought-process of backing films with content like Special Chabbis andDrishyam which we produced andRustom which we acquired for all India distribution We are looking forward to our association with Raj Kumar Gupta on this film” Based on a real-life incident expectations from this Ajay-Raj Kumar collaboration will be high among the audience Meanwhile Ajay is gearing up for Baadshaho his upcoming flick with Emraan Hashmi and Ileana D’Cruz Considering Ajay’s spectacular performance in films like Drishyam Gangaajal Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai and Singham we are sure Raj Kumar couldn’t find a better actor to essay this role For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Husain Haqqani | Published: August 8 2014 1:55 am the military wants Sharif to curb his enthusiasm about normalising ties with India and turn away from Pakistan’s past policy of meddling in Afghanistan’s politics Related News Barely 14 months after convincingly winning a general election Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s government is being asked to resign amid threats of street protests Cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan and Canada-based Sunni cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri plan separate marches on Islamabad on August 14 Pakistan’s Independence Day Several politicians and parties known for their close ties to Pakistan’s deep state the ISI have announced support for the anti-Sharif protests Sharif will most likely ride out this first wave of attack He retains an absolute majority in parliament and by most accounts there is no appetite in the country for a military coup But the protests will weaken Sharif and sap the elected government’s energies diminishing its effectiveness That is exactly how the wings of the previous civilian government led by Asif Zardari and Yusuf Raza Gilani were clipped Then the judiciary played a critical role in tying up elected leaders in knots though this time the judges have yet to get involved The military has ruled Pakistan directly for more than half its existence as an independent country When it can’t govern directly the military and its intelligence services still want to exert influence especially over foreign and national security policies At any given time there are enough civilian politicians media personalities or judges willing to do the military’s bidding for this manipulation to persist Currently the military wants Sharif to curb his enthusiasm about normalising ties with India and turn away from Pakistan’s past policy of meddling in Afghanistan’s politics It also wants an end to the treason trial of former dictator General Pervez Musharraf In the Pakistani military’s worldview coup-making should not result in a trial for treason The armed forces represent patriotism even if their errors result in the loss of half the country’s territory as happened in 1971 with the loss of Bangladesh Civilians on the other hand can be judged traitors merely for advocating a different path forward for the country Ironically the latest effort to destabilise an elected civilian government is taking place at a time when the Pakistan army is ostensibly waging war against jihadi terrorists in North Waziristan The chief of army staff General Raheel Sharif has promised that the war will continue until all terrorist groups are eliminated Usually war unites political rivals but there has been no effort by the military and its civilian political allies or for that matter by Sharif’s Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) to overcome polarisation The current political chaos reminds me of a conversation I had with the then US special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Marc Grossman soon after the covert American operation that resulted in discovering and killing Osama bin Laden in the Pakistani garrison town of Abbottabad Grossman who was in Islamabad at the time of the May 1 2011 operation described the atmosphere in the Pakistani capital as “surreal” He told me that he felt Pakistani officials and the rest of the world seemed to exist in “parallel universes” The veteran American diplomat noted that instead of realising the need to be apologetic about the world’s most wanted terrorist being found in their country Pakistanis angrily protested America’s decision to kill bin Laden on Pakistani soil without informing Pakistani authorities As Pakistan’s ambassador to the US at the time I could not tell Grossman that I agreed with him But like many Pakistanis who worry about their country’s future I have often noted my compatriots’ tendency to live in a world all our own The rest of the world is clearly concerned about the inadequacy of Pakistan’s efforts in eliminating the jihadis The spectre of terrorism impacts Pakistan’s economy adversely and makes it difficult for Pakistanis to find jobs or travel abroad Sri Lanka recently withdrew visa-on-arrival facility from Pakistani citizens further reducing the number of countries where Pakistanis might travel without a visa But these adverse reports barely find mention in Pakistan’s media which remains preoccupied with the shenanigans of people like Imran Khan and Tahir-ul-Qadri Such is the media noise that Pakistanis are often kept ignorant of how the rest of the world looks at their country and remain confused about considering jihadist terrorism the principal threat to the country’s survival Pakistani leaders seem to prefer hyper-nationalist rhetoric and allegations of corruption against their rivals to an honest debate about the country’s loss of direction Thus Imran Khan and Qadri are not behaving differently from the way Nawaz Sharif and the lawyers’ movement acted against Zardari in the preceding five years Calls for a change of government even if it is only a few months after its election serve as a substitute for serious debate about how Pakistan may have lost its direction as a nation There is virtual denial about real problems like rising extremism increasing intolerance widespread violence and the prospect of global isolation Denial leads to self-deception The Pew Global Attitudes Survey recently found that even in Pakistan’s closest ally China only 30 per cent of those polled had a positive view of Pakistan But the poll and its implications were barely discussed in the Pakistani media which has been focused on the verbal duels between Sharif’s supporters and opponents Parallel universes indeed The writer director for South and Central Asia at the Hudson Institute Washington DC served as Pakistan’s ambassador to the United States He is the author most recently of ‘Magnificent Delusions: Pakistan the United States and an epic history of misunderstanding’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Noida | Published: April 24 2017 11:26 am Huma Qureshi who last appeared in Jolly LLB 2 is currently doing a “28-day cleanse” over social media Related News She has portrayed various characters onscreen in films like Gangs of Wasseypur Ek Thi Daayan Dedh Ishqiya and Jolly LLB 2 but actress Huma Qureshi says she is waiting for a film where the character she plays “resembles” her “There are times when actors do resemble the characters they portray onscreen but I don’t think I have played myself in front of the camera I have always portrayed a character Though I would love to play myself I think I am very interesting I need to definitely play myself” Huma told IANS in an interview “I don’t know what I am in real life I can’t really describe myself But what you see onscreen that’s not who we really are We are very different from the characters we play onscreen” added the actress who promoted diamond brand Forevermark here earlier this week Huma said she has often been misunderstood because of her roles “I remember when I did my first film Gangs of Wasseypur a lot of people thought that I am a girl from Bihar I never visited Bihar before that in my life When people feel you are that character in real life then at least as actors we feel that we have done our job nicely “A lot of people even thought that I couldn’t speak in English When they met me they were surprised I belong to Delhi and have been born and brought up here” she said Huma who last appeared in Jolly LLB 2 is currently doing a “28-day cleanse” over social media “I am not on a fitness regime Basically it is whatever I eat I will share it with my followers on social media The idea is to follow a more healthier lifestyle It is not to lose weight or become a certain size It’s not for a film It’s just a way of life” said Huma “I need to tell my followers that healthy food is not boring or bland In a way I’ve always spoken about how it’s important for us to set better role models for women because I see so many people suffering from so many health issues” she added Huma made her Hollywood debut with filmmaker Gurinder Chadha’s Viceroy’s House “It’s my first English-language film It was fun and exciting working on the project Gurinder (Chadha) is a very exciting director to work with I loved the script when I read it” she said She said that Hindi films will always be her “first love” “I want to stay here but if something interesting comes my way then I will do it I don’t want to shift base and go anywhere I am happy while living in my country” she said Huma said right now she is waiting for the release of Viceroy’s House in India Also read:Kangana Ranaut wraps up Simran Hansal Mehta shares adorable selfie seepic “There are more interesting things coming up Viceroy’s House is going to release in India in July or August They still are finalising a date We will have an English and Hindi release” she said “I have also finished shooting for the film with Saqib It’s going to release soon” Huma concluded For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIn an interview to CNN-News18 Congress MP and former Union minister Shashi Tharoor talked about the surgical strikes conducted by the Indian Army across the Line of Control the Congress leadership and its future India’s foreign policy and his view of the government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi On being asked whether the government should have provided proof for the surgical strikes Tharoor said that even though he felt that the word of the Indian Army was good enough releasing the co-ordinates of the places the strikes took place would not compromise national security "Since the Pakistanis know where they were hit we would not be revealing anything secret but the incontrovertible facts would have given the lie to the Pakistani propaganda that there were no strikes and the whole thing was just an Indian PR exercise" he told CNN-News18 Congress MP Shashi Tharoor Reuters Tharoor also said that Pakistan had not been isolated globally "Both China and the US and many other countries have significant and substantial reasons for staying engaged with Pakistan" he said He did however also say that other countries had been convinced that Pakistan’s continued sponsorship of terrorism against India was unacceptable Tharoor also said that the media had misinterpreted Rahul Gandhi’s ‘khoon ki dalali’ remark against Modi "The Indian media is excessively fond of focusing on a word or a phrase rather than looking at its meaning.He was clearly saying that the ruling party was trying to make political capital out of the blood of our soldiers Just look at the hoardings and posters the BJP has put out in UP and you will get his point" he said The Congress MP also said that even though he was the chair of the parliamentary panel on foreign affairs on the surgical strikes he maintained silence after controversy broke on foreign secretary S Jaishankar’s briefings to the panel because the rules of the panel required confidentiality He added that breaking this promise of confidentiality could undermine his credibility to future witnesses who testified before him When asked whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump would be better for India as US President Tharoor said "Undoubtedly Hillary" adding that Trump did not realise "the severe limitations he would face in implementing some of his more controversial ideas" when it came to India He also clarified that the US was not India’s "ally" but "partner" He also warned against attaching too much importance to ties with the US because it would alienate China "We have a long-stalemated border dispute with them which we don’t want to see flare up" he told CNN-News18 Tharoor also said that he would definitely travel abroad to make India’s case if he was asked to do so by the government On Modi’s reference to Balochistan during his Independence Day speech Tharoor said that there was a fine line "between showing Pakistan that they have a mote in their on eye" and "seeming to reduce international politics to a tu-tu-main-main exercise" and even though the government had come close to crossing that line it had not crossed it yet On being asked what he would do to "fix" the Congress Tharoor said "No further delays in the leadership transition and organisational change; a strong emphasis on revitalising the party grassroots machinery; revival of the practice of the party workers using the period between elections to perform social work in their constituencies; and more public communication of the party’s ideas are among my recommendations" When asked to pick one attribute in Modi he admired Tharoor said he admired the Prime Minister’s personal energy and the fact that he was tireless in his domestic and international travels Hyderabad: Opposition leaders levelling corruption allegations against the Telangana government will have to prove the charges or face defamation cases Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao said on Thursday "From now on we will not tolerate this Either you prove the allegations or face the consequences" the chief minister told reporters in Hyderabad Claiming that the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) had given the cleanest and non-corrupt government in the country he said the opposition parties were levelling baseless allegations to defame his government and create hurdles in its path Chandrasekhar Rao said the opposition parties are making false allegations about corruption in various projects and even describing ‘Mission Kakatiya’ programme as ‘Commission Kakatiya’ K Chandrasekhar Rao (1st L)- File photo AFP The TRS chief questioned Congress and BJP leaders for saying that they will fight the government "How can you fight the state government You can say you will fight over the people’s issues" KCR said Referring to TRS party’s victory in Palair assembly seat by-election he said the result once again proved that the people of Telangana are with the ruling TRS He said the people were rejecting the opposition parties in every election as their only agenda is to target the government He advised the opposition parties to give constructive suggestions for building a prosperous Telangana The chief minister said the state was number one in the country in the implementation of welfare schemes and claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi also praised it on this count The TRS chief said during a meeting with Modi last week to discuss the drought situation he (KCR) said the state was doing more than the Centre for providing relief in drought-affected areas He hit back at BJP state president K Laxman for saying that the state was not using the central funds and asked him to check the facts before speaking The Centre released only Rs700 crore though the state had sought Rs3000 crore as immediate assistance for drought relief the chief minister said By: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 9 2017 10:58 am Samsung Galaxy Note 8 might not solve the problem of the fingerprint scanner under the display (Representational Image Source: Reuters) Related News Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is set for an August launch according to a report in the Korea media but it looks like the company has not be able to solve the problem of where to place the fingerprint scanner Now Samsung’s Galaxy S8 S8+ smartphone didn’t have a home button on the front as the company removed the bezels on the sides and reduced the ones on the top and bottom But it was forced to move the fingerprint scanner to the back of the phone right next to the camera lens That position was far from ideal and Samsung got some criticism over that placement Now it looks like the Galaxy Note 8 won’t be solving this problem of embedding the fingerprint scanner under the display either A report in Korea’s The Naver has quoted an unknown Samsung executive as saying the company made every effort to add the fingerprint scanner under the display but it has failed to succeed The executive goes on to say “.
Tushar Chaudhary from South Gujarat and Naran Rathwa from the Central Gujarat, after Greece’s Nordic skier Apostolos Aggelis at the start of the Greek relay. 2016 Gauri also said that she was keen to have Shah Rukh Khan in the role of Jehangir Khan.Gujarat Praja Vikas Darshan-2012?Congress leaders also promised interest-free loans of Rs 1 lakh for construction over 30 square metres of the allotted plot if their party came to power in the Assembly elections due this year-end The loans will have be repaid in equal monthly instalments spread over a period of 15 years State Congress president Arjun ModhwadiaCongress Legislature Party (CLP) leader Shaktisinh Gohil and partys election campaign committee chairman Shankersinh Vaghela announced that at least 15 lakh plots would be allotted in five years if the Congress came to power in the state The Congress has been out of power in the state for the last 17 years Asked to give details about their rural housing schemethe Congress leaders said that in the villages where no government land was availablethe Congress government would buy land at market prices and allot plots of 100 square yards to the those eligible under the scheme As for loansthey said they would make these available through banksLIC and other agencies Giving figuresthey said that over 19 lakh families in rural areas lived in houses not properly constructed31 lakh families lived in single-room houses and 334 lakh families lived in rented premises Congress leaders claimed their rural housing scheme would arrest migration and prevent overcrowding in big towns and cities The announcement of a rural housing scheme by the party comes days after it offered a similar scheme for low-cost houses for poor women in urban areaswhich drew a huge response across the state Since August 2 when the party started its campaign called ghar nu ghar for housewives of homeless familiesa total of 35 lakh application forms are reported to have been distributed in AhmedabadRajkotBhavnagarJamnagarJunagadhVadodaraSurat and Gandhinagar Though August 22 was the last day for the distribution of these formsthe Congress on Wednesday announced there was no last date and it would be continued till the last homeless woman got the application form For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Published: February 24 2014 3:32 am Related News The authorities of Shriram Mills in Lower Parel have till date failed to plant the 84 trees in lieu of the no-objection certificate (NOC) received for felling of 42 trees in 2007 A point of order seeking inquiry into the matter was raised at the Tree Authority meeting on Friday The Tree Authority had in 2007 allowed the Mills to cut 42 trees and transplant 19 According to the Maharashtra (Urban Areas) Protection and Preservation of Trees Act 1975 the mill was supposed to plant double the number of trees cut within 30 days or within the time as granted by the Tree Officer The gardens department has confirmed that no time extension was provided to the mill Based on a complaint by Shiv Sena corporator Nandkishore Vichare the gardens department in November 2013 sent a showcause notice to the mill director The notice stated that trees in the plot allotted to the BMC for a recreational ground within the mill compound had died due to cement water being used for construction work Till date no reply has been received from the mill said gardens department officials “We also have not received the CD showing the trees planted in place of those felled” said an official from the gardens department “I need to know why the authorities have not acted despite the mills not providing any explanation to the showcause notice” said Vichare Further a letter seeking directions for action to be taken against the mill was sent to superintendent of gardens Prakash Khonde However the superintendent who was present at the meeting Friday said he did not remember the issue despite Municipal Commissioner Sitaram Kunte asking him to look into it [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBudapest: Australian Daniel Ricciardo reminded Formula One’s title contenders that he and Red Bull remain a force to reckon with after posting the fastest time in opening Hungarian Grand Prix practice on Friday Fourth in the championship standings but 60 points behind Ferrari’s leader Sebastian Vettel at the mid-point in the season the Perth driver clocked a best time of one minute 18486 seconds Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen was second fastest 0234 slower on the same super-soft tyres at a circuit that ranks almost as a home venue for the Finn Daniel Ricciardo sets the fastest time in Hungarian GP AP Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton a point behind Vettel in the standings and chasing a record sixth Hungarian victory on Sunday made it three teams in the top three with a lap 0372 off Ricciardo’s pace Vettel was more than a second slower than Ricciardo in sixth place on a warm but cloudy morning at the Hungaroring outside Budapest "Struggling a lot with oversteer and rear tyres didn’t seem to be ready" the German said over the team radio Ricciardo’s Dutch team mate Max Verstappen was fourth with Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas fifth Red Bull have brought important aerodynamic updates to Hungary a track that has suited them in the past and are hoping to be closer to Ferrari and champions Mercedes "It’s all aero stuff but hopefully it all works together and gives us the laptime we desire It’s a combination of things" Ricciardo winner in Hungary in 2014 had told reporters on Thursday "On the windtunnel it looks like it should help downforce and hopefully that gives us the lap time" There were encouraging signs at struggling former champions McLaren who had Fernando Alonso seventh and Belgian team mate Stoffel Vandoorne eighth at the slowest permanent track on the calendar Renault’s luckless Briton Jolyon Palmer brought out red flags at the end of the session when he smashed his front wing on a kerb leaving debris over the track and puncturing the car’s right front tyre Ferrari reserve driver Antonio Giovinazzi having a Friday morning run in the Haas in place of Denmark’s Kevin Magnussen had earlier brought the session to a halt when he hit the barriers By: Reuters | London | Published: July 6 2016 8:26 pm Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel of Germany leaves his car car after he went off the track during the Formula One Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring racetrack in Spielberg Austria (Source: AP) Top News Sebastian Vettel’s dramatic tyre blow-out in Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix was likely caused by debris on the track supplier Pirelli said on Wednesday Pirelli said analysis of the few remaining parts of the Ferrari’s right rear tyre along with comparison to other tyres used in the Formula One race had thrown up no sign of fatigue or structural failure “Consequently the issue appears to be caused by an item of debris which led to the breakage of the tyre” it said in a statement Ferrari driver Vettel had been leading the race when the tyre exploded on the pit straight on the 27th of the 71 laps “I didn’t feel anything or rather I felt it when it was too late and it exploded out of the blue There were no signs before that everything was normal” said the four-times champion at the time “I spoke with the people on the pit wall and everything looked the same the pace was the same as the lap before the tyres felt fine the lap times were fine It’s completely a question mark on why the tyre had the failure” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ajay Khape | Pune | Updated: June 10 2016 1:03 am The PCB has told the PMC that permission to dig roads will begranted if road digging and repair charges are given Related News The Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) had recently undertaken the project of laying a pipeline from the Khadakwasla Dam to Parvati and the Cantonment water works run by the civic body However now a part of the project has hit a hurdle with the Pune Cantonment Board (PCB) seeking Rs 94 lakh fee before permitting the digging work while the PMC urging the PCB to adjust the same with Rs 11 crore dues that it owes to the civic body The PMC recently completed the Rs 175-crore work of laying the second pipeline from the dam to Parvati water works and laid the foundation stone for Rs 110-crore work of laying the 65-km pipeline from Parvati to Cantonment water Works The PMC water supply department in February sought the PCB’s permission for road digging and repair for laying 2200 mm cast iron water pipeline from dhobi ghat to Cantonment water works on Solapur road as the area comes under the jurisdiction of the Cantonment board Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news After holding a discussion in the board meeting the PCB has communicated to the PMC that it has been decided that the permission for digging of roads should be granted based on subject to payment of road digging and repair charges of the Board “The road digging and repair will cost around Rs 9240000 The permission for the same would be granted after the repair charges are deposited” PCB communicated to the PMC The PMC has said “The PMC supplies water to the PCB area The pending dues with PCB for the water supply is Rs 1196 crore till January-end Thus the water supply department has decided that the PCB should adjust the digging permission charges from the pending dues they have to pay to PMC” said civic officer For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday held that demonetisation will have a "very significant reverse effect on the country’s GDP" and it will be an important issue in all states going to polls Manmohan Singh File photo PTI Releasing the Congress manifesto for the Punjab assembly polls here he said the Narendra Modi government’s decision to demonetise Rs 1000 and Rs 500 notes had significantly reversed the country’s GDP "I have said in the Parliament about demonetisation having its effect on GDP and it has already been established According to Central Statistics Office estimates (for 2016-17) the GDP growth will be 71 percent as against the targeted 76 percent "But this estimate doesn’t take into account the effect of demonetisation on the system If (that is done) you will see a very significant reverse effect on the country’s GDP" he said Attacking the government which maintained that the measure will not harm anyone he said it has already been established that it has affected National Income and GDP Manmohan Singh contended that the note ban would be an important issue not only in Punjab but in the other four states as well which face elections Apart from Punjab Goa Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand and Manipur will vote in February and March By: PTI | Geneva | Published: April 10 2017 5:40 pm Breathing is monitored by measuring movements of its thorax and shoulders At night infrared cameras take over which means that monitoring can be carried out non-stop (Source: CSEM) Related News Swiss scientists have developed a contactless and wireless camera system to continuously monitor the vital signs of premature babies which could replace uncomfortable skin sensors that cause false alarms 90 per cent of the time The camera system developed by researchers at EPFL Polytechnical University in Lausanne and Swiss Centre for Electronics and Microtechnology (CSEM) could improve the way babies’ heart rates and breathing are monitored In the near future premature babies kept warm in neonatal incubators could be medically monitored using cameras rather than with sensors attached to their skin researchers said The system is about to be tested on premature babies at University Hospital Zurich (USZ) “Skin sensors placed on the babies’ chests are so sensitive that they generate false alarms up to 90 per cent of the time mainly caused by the babies moving around” said Jean-Claude Fauchere a doctor at USZ’s neonatal clinic “This is a source of discomfort for the babies because we have to check on them every time It is also a significant stress factor for nurses and a poor use of their time – it distracts them from managing real emergencies and can affect quality of care” said Fauchere With the camera system no physical contact is required The baby’s pulse is detected by analysing its skin colour which changes ever so slightly every time its heart beats Breathing is monitored by measuring movements of its thorax and shoulders At night infrared cameras take over which means that monitoring can be carried out non-stop The optical system cameras are sensitive enough to detect minute changes in skin colour Also Read: Scientists at IIT- Kharagpur design a prototype to protect IoT devices from manipulation “We ran an initial study on a group of adults where we looked at a defined patch of skin on their foreheads” said Sibylle Fallet a PhD student at EPFL”With our algorithms we can track this area when the person moves isolate the skin pixels and use minor changes in their colour to determine the pulse The tests showed that the cameras produced practically the same results as conventional sensors” said Fallet “We plan to take measurements on as many preemies as possible to see whether under real-life conditions the results we get from our algorithms match data collected using on-skin sensors” Virginie Moser the CSEM researcher in charge of the set-up at USZ said If so the camera system could one day replace skin sensors In addition to cutting down on false alarms it would also be more comfortable for the babies For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Updated: July 7 2017 1:42 am Top News Continuing his tirade against Badal family-linked Fastway Cable Network Punjab Local Bodies Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu on Thursday said that he has directed staff of his department to recover evaded tax with penalties from the company within five days He said the evasion of taxes by FW network amounted to Rs 5200 crore and if cable was controlled by the state it could provide jobs to one lakh youths With Sidhu refusing to relent on the issue CM Amarinder Singh on Thursday said that action would be taken if charges of tax violations were found to be found true He however categorically ruled out any censorship against Fastway/PTC News or any other cable or media organisation During his press conference Sidhu was was accompanied by SL Goyal a retired official who had served in excise customs and CBI to give details about the evasion of tax as alleged by the minister Goyal said the company had evaded excise and customs tax to the tune Rs 5200 crore till 2017 He added that while no tax was collected till 2012 the firm’s premises was raided in 2012 and some outstanding amount was charged According to Goyal if Centre fails to collect tax then even states cannot charge the dues He also said that the in case the government fails to collect tax for five years it has no claim left over it for that period Sidhu added that in the GST regime state can levy entertainment and amusement tax Meanwhile reiterating his government’s stand of providing a level-playing field to TV channels and cable operators the CM said he would not indulge in vendetta politics but would ensure that whosoever is found guilty of tax violations is penalised Amarinder said he was committed to ending cable mafia in the state and would allow every organisation to compete in a healthy environment “Let all of them come and compete for the viewers’ attention” he said in a statement issued here For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Neha Nigam | New Delhi | Published: March 19 2017 9:32 pm Yeh Hai Mohabbatein 19th March 2017 full episode written update Top News The episode starts where Adi is admitting that he has forged Ruhi’s sign Raman tries to control his anger and appreciates Adi over showing bravery to speak the truth Raman says that he is happy that his son has got a good up-bringing Adi smiles Mani has some emergency at work he wants to call Aaliya to be with Shagun as he has to leave for the office Shagun says that she will take care of herself so she lets Aaliya enjoy the get-together at the Bhalla house Adi goes to Ishita and says he is relaxed and guilt-free now Later Mihika learns that Ishita purposely asked Vandi to tell the false story of her student in front of Adi so that he will get the strength to tell the truth to Raman She says that Ishita is a genius and a very smart mother Pihu comes to Raman and asks why he opened Gualbo’s secret to everyone When Raman denies Pihu tells him about the original Gulabo and the chat he used to do with Pihu as Gulabo Raman gets horrified when he checks the chat of Gulabo and Pihu She also tells him that she is feeling sick after taking the chocolate Gulabo gave her Raman comes to know the whole story and tells Pihu that he was not chatting with her someone was using his name and trying to trap her He asks Pihu not to talk to any stranger ever Pihu gets scared Raman also learns that Pihu’s mother has opened her online account Bala gives anniversary gift to Vandana Mihika and Ishita come to their room and take Vandi with them They say they have planned a sister bonding time for the whole night so Bala will get to meet his wife only in the morning Raman recalls that he was being interrogated by the police when he was in Gulabo’s get up He doubts that Gulabo is a real person and Pihu is in danger He goes to the police station and shows the online chat to the police inspector He also tells the police that he has disguised himself as Gulabo and Abhishek know about it The police ask Raman to help them in catching kidnapper Gulabo Raman says he doesn’t want to take any risk It is being decided that the police will talk to the kidnapper through Pihu’s phone as Pihu Also read |Yeh Hai Mohabbatein 18th March 2017 full episode written update: Nidhi strikes a deal with kidnapper Gulabo There all three Iyer sisters are enjoying the sister time together Bala comes and asks them to sleep But they insist that they will first go to the ice-cream parlour to celebrate and then they will free Vandana Bala agrees The police inspector sends SMS to Gulabo as Pihu that she likes to meet him as she doesn’t have anyone to play with Gulabo smiles and shares this to Nidhi who is sitting with him to plan their next step Nidhi smiles and asks Gulabo to kidnap Pihu Now no one can save her her parents are always busy fighting Gulabo asks Pihu to come to a nearby bus stop without informing her parents about it The police inspector gets happy and plans to catch Gulabo For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top 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