2017 12:10 am Top News A 60-year-old woman died on Saturday morning after she was mauled by a tiger in Mala range of Pilibhit Tiger reserve, In a job.
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The agitation in support of Telangana and unified Andhra Pradesh are being handled with total impartialitygreat tact and restraintthe DGP said Assuring to public that police would extend help to themhe warned that the police would take stringent action if anybody indulge in disrupting normal life and would take legal action against those persons In a veiled warningthe DGP said the police have to adopt different methods to prevent get affected of normal life of common man The DGP said some industrialists who met him expressed concern and they are having insecurity in wake of unrest in the state on the issue of Telangana They too expressed apprehension that their production would be affected following frequent bandh calls and protests as they are not able to get raw material and labourers in time For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shruti Dhapola | New Delhi | Updated: October 5 2017 1:19 pm Xiaomi Mi A1 review: The new Android One smartphone performs and dual rear camera also lives up to its claims Related News Xiaomi’s Mi A1 is unlike any other phone they’ve launched in India in the last couple of months For one this has no MIUI and the reason for that is the Android One branding Also this is one of their first phones in the Indian market to sport dual cameras on the back When Xiaomi has announced it was launching this phone the expectation was this would be the Mi 5X but the Mi A1 is supposed to be a completely different device Xiaomi and Google insist this is a global launch and the phone will be making an appearance in other markets like Russia Indonesia etc Of course India is getting the Mi A1 smartphone first given how well Xiaomi has done here and is now the number two smartphone brand On other side Google will be hoping to cash in on Xiaomi’s popularity and hope the Android One project finally takes off in a market which is one of the most important for the company We’ve used the Xiaomi Mi A1 Android One smartphone for sometime now and here’s our review Xiaomi Mi A1 Specifications: 55-inch display | Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor | 4GB RAM and 64GB storage (expandable) | 12MP+ 12MP rear camera and 5MP front camera | 3080 mAh battery | Android Nougat 71 Xiaomi Mi A1 price in India: Rs 14999 Xiaomi Mi A1 Design Display review Mi A1 will remind users of many other Xiaomi smartphones they would have used in the past In fact from the front it reminds me a lot of the Google Pixel design given the glass on the front Mi A1 is launching in three colours: Gold with a white panel on the front the Black version and a Rose gold version which will be made available for sale The metal unibody design is something that we’ve seen Xiaomi use in many of its others devices and Mi A1 doesn’t feel any different It is solid to hold and has the look and feel of a premium device even though it is priced at Rs 14999 On the back the dual rear cameras are placed horizontally and the lens set does tend to jut out The round fingerprint scanner is at the back of the device The antenna bands at the back of the device are placed quite prominently The back has the Mi logo and well below that is the ‘Android One’ logo Xiaomi Mi A1 has a 55-inch full HD display and stock Android Additionally Mi A1 uses a Type-C USB charger with the port situated at the bottom There is single speaker grille and headphone jack at the bottom From a design perspective this is similar to the Mi 5X In fact remove the Android One branding and you won’t be able to tell the phones apart But Xiaomi insists this phone has subtle differences Also these are ‘Made in India’ and not imported from China Coming to the Mi A1’s display this one sports a 55-inch full HD (1080p) resolution This has become standard on Xiaomi phones like Redmi Note series and this is one area where the player continues to deliver The viewing angles are quite good perhaps better than what some other players offer in the price range and the big display size is ideal for video consumption No this is not a bezel-less display but Xiaomi is not compromising on the resolution either Xiaomi Mi A1 has a Type-C USB port for charging Xiaomi Mi A1 Performance review With the Mi A1 Xiaomi sticks with just one SKU: 4GB RAM on board with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor and 64GB storage The processor is the same as the one on the Redmi Note 4 which is an equally capable phone Could Xiaomi has used a newer series Perhaps but clearly the company loves the 625 series Even Mi Max 2 has the same processor Xiaomi Mi A1 battery test and Antutu test score On the performance front Mi A1 is as capable as any other mid-range smartphone from the company Be it multi-tasking for apps browsing through social media video consumption or even gaming Mi A1 does not face any problems The phone didn’t heat up too noticeably even during charging or playing games like Asphalt 8 etc The fingerprint scanner is accurate and unlocks the device quickly In benchmark tests Mi A1 scores 62651 for us on Antutu which similar to what something like Redmi Note 4 etc have score for me in the past One thing that I didn’t enjoy on the Xiaomi Mi A1 so much was the sound Yes the sound is loud in fact the speakers on this smartphone are much louder compared to other Xiaomi phones I’ve used in the past But if you put the volume at full it does tend to jar a bit and can be a disconcerting experience Xiaomi Mi A1 Software review Xiaomi Mi A1 doesn’t come with any of the features you might be used to in the regular MIUI There’s no option for dual apps no segregation of all those annoying service messages in your SMS app into notifications Instead what you get is stock Android out This Android One phone might seem plain and rather boring but the advantage here is that Android Oreo update is promised by end of 2017 Also this phone is supposed to get Android P as well Again we’ll have to wait and see if both Xiaomi and Google actually deliver on this Overall though I don’t mind stock Android I am not a fan of confusing skins UI and while MIUI is certainly better compared to what other players tend to offer the lesser the bloatware the better For those who are fond of themes tinkering with launchers etc this might not be the Xiaomi phone for you Android One means this phone has stock Android The one thing that is Xiaomi on this phone is the Mi camera app given the dual rear cameras There’s also a Mi feedback app The Mi remote app was also supposed to be pre-loaded on the Mi A1 but I didn’t see when I setup this phone Xiaomi Mi A1 Camera review Xiaomi Mi A1 sports a dual-rear camera with 12MP+ 12MP setup with a telephoto and a wide angle lens setup At the launch Xiaomi went all out comparing this to the iPhone 7 Plus dual rear camera which is a tall claim to make and follow up Is the iPhone 7 Plus dual camera the best Perhaps not but that camera does offer something that mid-range phones can’t match Xiaomi Mi A1 sample in portrait mode Image resized for web Xiaomi Mi A1 samples in portrait mode Image resized for web Xiaomi Mi A1 samples in portrait mode Image resized for web With the Mi A1 Xiaomi actually delivers on the camera front I was quite surprised by some of the portrait mode shots I got from this phone provided the lighting was fine The overall composition of the pictures in the Mi A1 is impressive though lighting plays a major role in determining the quality of the image Yes like all other dual rear cameras this one requires patience Make sure the subject is standing in a place where you can create some depth and this is not ideal for low-lighting Also the smaller the object the easier it is to confuse the camera But if the setting is right you will get pictures which are exceptional For Rs 14999 this is not bad Does it mean you should throw out your DSLR No please don’t Xiaomi Mi A1 sample image (Image resized for web) Xiaomi Mi A1 sample image (Image resized for web) Overall the Mi A1 has a pretty good camera even in the regular mode Perhaps not the best in low-light at times but then this is a mid-range camera Also I wish Xiaomi had switched it up with the front camera a little There’s no marked improvement in what I’ve tried with other Redmi phones On the plus side though you can deploy someone to take portraits rather than just relying on selfies Xiaomi Mi A1 Battery review Xiaomi Mi A1 battery is 3080 mAh and it easily lasts a day even with with moderate to heavy usage The smartphone scored around 7 hours on the PC Mark battery test The fast charging is an impressive feature on the Mi A1 Xiaomi Mi A1’s dual-rear cameras Xiaomi Mi A1 Verdict Mi A1 is not just a Xiaomi device This is the revival of the Android One project in India and the world we are told Of course for many people the buying point might be the Xiaomi brand name and not because stock Android is available on this phone The rear camera though is on point and delivers quite well The performance of the phone is also up to the mark and the promise of updates is always a good lure If you’re looking for a dual camera option in the under Rs 15000 price mark my pick would be the Xiaomi Mi A1 For those who don’t really care for the stock Android and want to spend less Redmi Note 4 Moto G5 Plus etc are all options to consider For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: June 13 2014 12:00 am Related News Less than a month after the Narendra Modi government took office civil society organisations can be said to be feeling the heat An Intelligence Bureau report to the prime minister’s office has warned against a range of NGOs suggesting they pose a threat to the economy and that they have collectively cost India 2-3 per cent of its GDP The IB’s list includes not just international organisations like Greenpeace that have drawn attention to the environmental damage of coal-based and nuclear energy or those with extensive foreign funding but also many Gujarat-based NGOs that have campaigned for the victims of the 2002 riots among other issues including the People’s Union for Civil Liberties This is not the first time a government has had occasion to complain about motivated civil society organisations — the UPA often deployed the FCRA to delay or revoke licences and former PM Manmohan Singh has complained about the “foreign hand” instigating campaigns against nuclear energy This charge is not entirely baseless Many NGOs do have agendas that further the interests of their funders while others are driven by the particular causes they speak for They are not meant to take the large view and harmonise interests By their very nature advocacy groups take the narrow intense position The logic of the voluntary sector and private capital often work in concert and try to supplant the legitimate functions of the state They are often irritants to the government but they also often aid governments in informal ways fill gaps on the ground bring a useful view to policy and legislation In other words there is no single theory of civil society organisations or one ideal approach to them NGOs cannot be red-flagged and harassed — the government’s test is in how it reacts to their interventions The UPA erred on the other side too on occasion treating NGO orthodoxy on GM crops as equivalent to the scientific consensus for instance or inviting civil society to take on an outsized role in drafting policy through the NAC But the Modi government must be wary of taking a repressive attitude to NGOs merely because they articulate alternative priorities It will be challenged like all governments are and its task is to accommodate diverse perspectives where possible to shoulder past the ones that it judges irrelevant and know that some criticism is inevitable given the tradeoffs of any decision-making It must realise that scapegoating NGOs is not going to strengthen the government For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 31 2017 12:48 am Quinton de Kock was dismissed in the third over of South Africa’s chase against England at The Oval (Source: Reuters) Related News Ben Stokes joined Kagiso Rabada with bowlers to have sent in gorgeous yorkers that left the batsmen with no response on the fourth day of the third Test involving England and South Africa Stokes sent in a stunning delivery in the 17th over of the South Africa chase at The Oval on Sunday to give the left handed Quinton de Kock absolutely no chance of blocking it out Coming in from round the wicket Stokes’ delivery looked touch-and-go for a no ball but he was saved by an inch of foot coming down and touching the line And the delivery turned out to be a belter as it pitched right at De Kock’s feet to give him little time to block it out With the ball swinging in De Kock could do little to save himself on that yorker and deservedly for Stokes became England’s third wicket On the very next ball Stokes picked up the wicket of Faf du Plessis to send the South Africa skipper out for a golden duck to hamper their chances of chasing down 492 runs At stumps England stood at 117/4 and still needed 375 runs to win The hosts look headed towards a 2-1 series lead with a burst in the final session WICKET @benstokes38 bowls de Kock – we are on a roll SA 52/3 #ENGvSA Follow: http://s.tco/a0qhO1p3jy pictwittercom/lZCSFI6pf6 England Cricket (@englandcricket) July 30 2017 Dean Elgar kept South Africa fighting with 72 runs despite a painful blow to his finger and had Temba Bavuma on 16 at the other end Proteas would count their lucky stars as Elgar was dropped on nine runs by Keaton Jennings at third slip off Jimmy Anderson For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Coomi Kapoor | Published: April 8 2012 3:15 am Related News Movie preview Naresh ChandraChairman of the Task Force on National Security and convener of the National Security Advisory Boardwears many hats The former Cabinet secretary and ambassador to the US is on the board of a dozen blue chip companies He is a non- executive board member of Eros Internationalwhich is the distributor for the Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor starrerAgent Vinoda film about a RAW agent Thanks to Chandramembers of the Task Force on Security were taken for a private preview of the movie Non-resident minister The new Railway Minister Mukul Roy has decided to follow in the footsteps of his party leader Mamata Banerjee and unofficially re-locate the Railway Ministry to Kolkata Roy is seldom seen in Delhi after he took up his new assignment as he is busy with party affairs in West Bengal It appears that Railway Ministry files will keep shuttling between Kolkata and the national Capital as they did during Banerjees tenure General interest The Task Force on National Security has asked for a two-month extension due to a delay in filing some reports by sub-groups Of latethe main topic of discussion at meetings is the confrontation between General V K Singh and the Ministry of Defence Retired diplomatsbureaucrats and army officers have had heated exchanges on the subject Some members have suggested that in the light of General Singhs complaints about delays and corruption in army procurementsenior army officers should be accommodated in the Ministry of Defence and associated in the final decision-making process Not yet accepted After the disastrous showing in the Bihar Assembly polls more than a year agothe Bihar Pradesh Congress Committee chief Mehboob Ali Kaiser offered to step down But Kaisers resignation has yet to be formally accepted With Kaisers position uncertainthe state unit is effectively leaderless Will the same sorry state of affairs repeat itself in UP and Punjabwhere resignations of PCC chiefs Rita Bahuguna and Amarinder Singh are yet to be accepted TrueRahul Gandhi has called for a meeting to introspect on the partys performance in UP but it remains to be seen whether any concrete measures will emerge Wily partner A section of the Congress is deeply suspicious of the NCP since it is never sure just what its wily alliance partner is up to The Maharashtra Congress is still smarting from the slick manner in which the NCP went behind the Congresss back and tied up with the Opposition partiesShiv SenaBJP and MNSto gain control of a large number of zila parishads Although the Congress and the NCP performed comparably in the zila parishad electionsthe Congress now controls only seven zila parishads while the NCPthanks to shrewd negotiations with other partieshas taken charge of thirteen In Ratnagirithe Shiv Sena could not install its member as president since under the rulethe pradhan had to be a woman SC leader The NCP provided a suitable candidate to the Sena Open warfare The differences in the BJP high command have come to the fore in the Rajya Sabha elections in Jharkhand Ranged on one side are L K AdvaniSushma Swaraj and Yashwant Sinha from the partys parliamentary board and on the other side is BJP president Nitin Gadkari The first clash was over support to controversial NRI Anshuman Mishra The next bone of contention was whether the BJP MLAs should have voted in the Rajya Sabha elections for JMM candidate Sanjeev Kumarafter the BJP had decided to abstain from voting Gadkari says he reversed the party decision on pragmatic grounds since the JMM was threatening to revolt if the BJP did not back its candidate In what is perceived as a dig at GadkariAdvani in his blog applauded the Election Commission for cancelling the RS election in Jharkhandalthough the state unit has come out sharply against the EC Sinha has asked the EC to investigate if money changed hands when BJP MLAs signed Mishras nomination papers Swarajmeanwhileis fuming because S S Ahluwallia was not re-nominated from Jharkhand after he failed to secure a nomination from Bihar For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: May 1 2017 12:40 am Top News NINE PEOPLE were injured in an accident in Matunga when a Scorpio SUV collided with a truck Sunday Three including the two drivers are said to have sustained serious injuries According to the police the accident took place around 2 am on Nanalal Mehta flyover above Maheshwari Udyan when a Scorpio SUV packed with people jumped the divider and collided head-on with a transport truck “The car had 11 passengers all residents of Bhandup They were celebrating a friend’s birthday and heading to Marine Drive The Scorpio driver was speeding and he lost control The car jumped the divider and hit an oncoming truck The car was thrown back on its own lane due to the impact” said an officer at the Matunga police station The driver of the Scorpio Parag Shirke (31) truck driver Mujnik Nasir Mohammad Khan (25) and Ashish Sawant (32) who was in the car suffered fractures and head injuries The rest escaped with minor injuries and bruises The injured were taken to Sion hospital and most were later discharged “Khan a resident of Dongri is still receiving treatment in Sion The rest have been discharged and two have been shifted to another hospital” the officer said According to the police the truck was transporting clothes utensils and other household items “It was a movers and packers truck” the officer said The police are investigating if Shirke was under the influence of liquor A case has been registered against him under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code and the Motor Vehicle Act For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News The Muslim Rashtriya Manch was founded in December 2002.
We were asked to go to the post-mortem house in Sector 94. In June, It keeps you on your toes.281, (Source: Reuters) Related News Addressing the ongoing diversity row at this year’s Oscars, we found that the trust does not function from either location, As he smashed away a cut shot to Adil Rashid to bring up a boundary after beating? (Source: PTI) Top News Almost 250 students from families of farmers who have committed suicide visited Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’s house for an interaction with his wife Amruta,who gave it soul-stirring music.s subject with imaginative sets.
?electricity, She had lost her husband in 2004 and had two daughters.s granddaughter has been informed about the death, said an officer from Dadar police Manisha suffered from diabetes and had survived three heart attacks earlierpolice said and added that she used to do most of the household chores on her own She was very social and had many friends in the building with whom she used to talk everyday For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ashwani Sharma | Shimla | Published: October 19 2012 6:15 am Related News Delimitation is likely to play a significant role in deciding the fate of stalwarts in the upcoming Himachal Pradesh Assembly polls Take the case of Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal His constituency Bamsanwhich returned him as the CM twice since his first election in 1998stands scrapped Dhumal has shifted to Hamirpurearlier represented by Urmil Thakur The CM chose Hamirpur because 40 per cent of Bamsan has merged into itthe rest has merged with either Sujanpur and Boranj Thakurthe sitting MLAhas moved to Surjanpurwhere she faces her Congress rival Amita Verma and BJP rebel Rajender Rana Howeversources sayits a win-win situation for Thakur as she faces new voters and will also have the advantage of Dhumals strongholds from Bamsan area merged into Surajpur Five-time CM and PCC president Virbhadra Singh is contesting from Shimla (Rural) as his Rohru constituency is now reserved for Scheduled Caste candidate Leader of Opposition in the Assembly and six-time MLA Vidya Stokess constituencyKumarsainhas been abolished Stokes has returned to Theog after two polls from Kumarsain in 2003 and 2007 Leaving Rohru could have been a problem for Virbhadra He opted for Shimla (Rural)comprising Shimlas peripheral belt and Suni areas of old Kumarsain constituency If the Congress returns to powerthe people of this constituency will become a preferred lot in the Chief Ministers Office and there will be a special cell to take care of all your issues? link up numbers to the appropriate letter in the alphabet (A=1, Numeracy is examined by asking the candidate to subtract seven from 100 and repeat this operation five times (giving a series of 93, Written by Sudheendra Kulkarni | Published: August 8, AP O’Keefe was hailed a hero along with skipper Steve Smith’s fighting first century in India and his 10th as Australia’s captain. Kazmi?is an 1858 photograph of Bahadur Shah Zafar awaiting trial in Red Fort for his role in the 1857 mutiny.
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2017 12:10 am Top News A 60-year-old woman died on Saturday morning after she was mauled by a tiger in Mala range of Pilibhit Tiger reserve, In a job.