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For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBangalore | Updated: March 16 2014 9:29 am Related News In a severe setback to the Congress the Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) on Saturday dashed its hopes of an alliance for the Lok Sabha and assembly elections in the region “There will not be any electoral alliance with Congress Let’s see from tomorrow if TRS MLAs join the Congress or the opposite happens” TRS chief K Chandrasekhar Rao said addressing party workers at the Telangana Bhavan here Rao’s remarks appear significant amidst indication that two former women ministers were all set to quit the Congress and join the TRS in a day or two The Congress which seeks credit for the role of the Congress-led UPA government at the Centre in the carving out of the new state out of Andhra Pradesh had been seeking at least an alliance after TRS ruled out a merger with it There are 17 Lok Sabha seats in Telangana whose assembly strength is 117 Referring to remarks made by AICC general secretary Digvijaya Singh on the TRS’s refusal to merge with the Congress after the creation of Telangana the TRS chief attacked the Congress saying: “They say KCR betrayed them but what was the betrayal” Rao said they had proposed merger of TRS with Congress to secure statehood for the region and prevent suicides by hundreds of youth “But now people are against our merger and hence we are going by their wish” he said He recalled that many of those who committed suicide for a separate state had blamed the Congress for their act “Now the Congress started a drama saying it will give tickets to kin of those victims in the coming elections” he said For all the latest Bangalore News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 24 2017 3:28 am Top News The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) on Saturday night arrested a trader with Rs 59 lakh unaccounted cash in Pydhonie Acting on a tip off the DRI raided an office in Pydhonie on Saturday night and arrested 36-year-old Amar Hussain Ansari who lives in Nagpada’s Madanpura locality The DRI said that Ansari claimed he had stored the money for official use but did not have any receipts or documents to prove ownership A source said the agency initially suspected that the notes were counterfeit but tests revealed that they were genuine Ansari was produced in court on Sunday and remanded to the DRI’s custody for 14 days For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: March 14 2017 5:51 pm Rupert Grint had thought of quitting as an actor after the Harry Potter franchise Related News Rupert Grint says he thought about quitting acting for good after Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2 in 2001 The 28-year-old actor who achieved massive success with his turn as the wizard Ron Weasley says he wanted to live his life “a little bit” after being constantly busy with his film commitments reported Entertainment Weekly “We had such an intimate and intense few years in this bubble When I started (acting) was never something that I aspired to do I did acting with school plays and stuff like that But it was never something that I actively dreamed of “I mean I fell in love with it while I was doing it But I definitely did think ‘Is this really what I want to do’ I wanted to live a little bit I felt like I’d missed out on a lot” says Grint More from the world of Entertainment: The actor who is back on the scene after shooting two British TV shows Sick Note and Snatch says he enjoyed his time away from the arc lights “Being in that adult environment from such an early age it was nice to just be away from it and not have any kind of commitments at all and just be a bit free” says the actor Also read:Beauty and the Beast release on hold in Malaysia over gaymoment The three actors Emma Watson Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint who once treated us with their roles as Harry Potter Hermione Granger and Ronald Weasley are recently engaged in different other projects Emma Watson will soon be seen in Beauty And The Beast and Daniel Radcliffe too had been seen in the is set to star in an adaptation of Yossi Ghinsberg’s memoir a tale of a trip into the Amazon with a guide whose motives were untrustworthy to say the least After he’s separated from his travel buddies Ghinsberg finds himself struggling to survive in the wilderness on what becomes the most deadly vacation imaginable With inputs from PTI For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: March 28 2011 10:51 am Related News Telugu film star Rana Daggubatti has managed to find a strong foothold in Bollywood even before the release of his debut movie”Dum Maro Dum” The Rohan Sippy-directed moviewhich also stars Abhishek Bachchan and Bipasha Basureleases on April 22 Ranawho is the grandson of doyen of Telugu movies D Rama Naiduis making his debut in Bollywood with the film Even before the releaseRana has managed to become a denizen of Bollywoodas he is frequently seen in Mumbai He has been actively participating in social circles He is also friends with his co-stars Abhishek Bachchan and Bipasha Basu His frequency of coming to Mumbai has increased with Dum Maro Dum at the brink of release “Seems like he has found his happy place- personally and professionally” sources close to him said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Within days of getting a rap on its knuckles Airtel on Monday offered to return Rs 190 crore subsidy that had flown into the ‘unsolicited’ Payments Bank accounts of its 31 lakh mobile phone subscribers sources said today Airtel wrote to National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) on Monday promising to return Rs 190 crore (along with interest) to the consumers’ original bank accounts that were linked to the Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) the sources familiar with the development told PTI NPCI is an umbrella organisation for all retail payments in India Both Airtel and Airtel Payments bank came under fire after Airtel allegedly opened accounts of its mobile phone subscribers without seeking their "informed consent" and LPG subsidy worth crores was deposited to these accounts The government acted swiftly in the matter and the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) in a stern move late last week temporarily barred the company from conducting Aadhaar-based SIM verification of mobile customers using eKYC process and e-KYC of payments bank clients Suspending the ‘e-KYC licence key’ the Aadhaar issuing body UIDAI also ordered PricewaterhouseCoopers to conduct an audit of Bharti Airtel and Airtel Payments Bank to ascertain if their systems and processes are in compliance with the Aadhaar Act "The government has taken a stern view of the entire issue and Airtel has been forced to return the amount to original bank account of these customers" said a government source who did not wish to be named The mechanism of the DBT benefits floating into the accounts is also being tightened to bring in greater accountability he noted Mounting pressure on Airtel the state-run oil companies had begun writing to the billionaire Sunil Mittal-led firm asking it to transfer back the LPG subsidy that got credited to its payment bank accounts The subsidy that the government pays to households for buying cooking gas LPG has got credited to these payments bank accounts leading to inconvenience to users many of whom did not know that their entitlement was not coming to their regular bank account but going an account which they had not applied for Taking a lead Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd (HPCL) wrote to Airtel asking it to revert the subsidy to the customers’ earlier bank account or transfer the same to the oil companies In a statement earlier in the day HPCL said oil marketing companies and the oil ministry have been getting a large number of complaints from LPG consumers on not receiving LPG subsidy amounts into their earlierbank accounts for the past few weeks "In many cases across the three oil marketing companies (Indian Oil Corp Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd and HPCL) the Aadhaar linking of LPG consumers has got changed in the NPCI mapper to Airtel Payments Bank and hence the LPG subsidy is getting sent to the new bank account" it had said In order to check diversions the government pays subsidy equivalent to buying 12 LPG cylinders of 142-kg each in a year directly into the bank accounts of beneficiaries Unlike in the past LPG now is only available at market price Beneficiaries get subsidy for one cylinder in advance and are replenished the moment they use it up to buying LPG refill Airtel declined to comment when asked about its offer to return Rs 190 crore subsidy to original bank accounts of its 31 lakh customers Responding to the statement issued by HPCL Airtel Payments Bank spokesperson said "as per government rules DBT subsidy goes to latest Aadhaar linked bank account Customers can withdraw this at any of our designated outlets No charges for such withdrawals are levied" However "given that some customers have experienced inconvenience of not being aware of which Bank account the DBT has gone to we are fully committed to resolving this immediately" it added The company said it is "in the process" of taking appropriate steps in this regard By: AFP | Seoul | Updated: April 21 2017 1:48 pm Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ went on sale over the counter in South Korea today (Source: AP) Related News Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 went on sale over the counter in South Korea today as the world’s biggest smartphone maker seeks to move on from a disastrous handset recall and corruption scandal that has hammered its once-stellar reputation The device unveiled in New York last month and a challenge to Apple’s iPhone is the firm’s first major launch since last year’s humiliating withdrawal of the Galaxy Note 7 over exploding batteries It also comes with vice-chairman Lee Jae-Yong and other executives on trial for bribery over their alleged role in the graft scandal that brought down former president Park Geun-Hye But the company’s profits are rising and the new phones have received good reviews with more than one million pre-orders for the S8 and the larger S8+ in South Korea alone Shares in Samsung Electronics jumped more than 25 per cent today adding around $7 billion to its market capitalisation “Market reactions to the release of the S8 series are somewhat positive” said Lee Seung-Woo of IBK Investment Securities Samsung could break the record 485 million unit sales it achieved with its S7 series he added “Barring the weakening of the US dollar Samsung’s second-quarter operating profit would reach 12 trillion won” Lee said Pre-order deliveries began earlier this week and in-store sales begin in the US and Canada later Friday with the device due to be rolled out to around 50 more countries next week Samsung Electronics is the flagship subsidiary of the giant Samsung Group whose revenues are equivalent to a fifth of South Korea’s gross domestic product and the S8 series introduction comes at a delicate time for the embattled firm The Note 7 recall debacle cost it billions of dollars in lost profit and hammered its global reputation and credibility forcing it to apologise to customers and postpone the S8 launch “The latest salvo from Samsung shows how it’s keen to regain consumer confidence and attain leadership in the smartphone landscape a nearly saturated but still highly competitive space that remains key to retaining subscriber loyalties and winning new converts” IHS Markit said When Samsung unveiled Galaxy S8 and S8+ in New York last month it said the new handsets would mark a “new era of smartphone design” Fitted with screens of 58 and 62 inches the two handsets include Samsung’s upgraded digital assistant Bixby competing in a crowded field that includes Apple’s Siri Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa The most striking feature of the new phones is what Samsung dubs an “infinity display” — an expanded glass screen that covers the entire front of the device and appears to curve seamlessly around its edges For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related News It?

Sardinia and southern Italy. titled “The Believers, 2017 3:45 am An image of the SUIT — Solar Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope — one of the most important payloads of Aditya-L1 mission. Top News The discovery of gravitational waves in 2015 for which three scientists received the Nobel Prize in physics this year gave the city-based Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA) plenty of reasons to cheer as many of its scientists had actively collaborated in the global effort to detect gravitational waves Now another team of scientists is all set to bring more glory to the IUCAA as they give finishing touches to the laboratory model of one of the most important payloads that will be put on Aditya L-1 mission the Indian Space Research Organisation’s (ISRO’s) first attempt to study the sun The Aditya-L1 mission is scheduled to to be launched some time in 2019 or 2020 Initially meant to observe only the corona the outermost part of the sun the mission has been expanded and now aims to look much deeper into the sun than has ever been done before Accordingly several additional instruments are to be put on a much bigger satellite than was earlier planned One of the most important ones called Solar Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope or SUIT is being developed at IUCAA This telescope is going to measure the radiations coming from one of the middle layers of the sun the photosphere Not a part of the original mission plan SUIT is now the second biggest instrument to go on the satellite The biggest one known as the Visible Emission Line Coronagraph or VELC is being developed at the Bengaluru-based Indian Institute of Astrophysics Meant to study the corona the VELC was supposed to be the only payload in the original plan for Aditya mission SUIT is IUCAA’s biggest collaboration with ISRO so far Designed to measure ultraviolet radiation from the sun in the 200 to 400 nanometre range this telescope will take the first full disk images of the sun within this range Durgesh Tripathi who is part of the development team at IUCAA said this wavelength range was important because it allowed scientists a glimpse into the behaviour of the solar atmosphere besides procuring data on the variations in ultraviolet radiations Exposure to the radiation between 310 and 400 nm which reaches earth’s upper atmosphere can lead to skin cancer said Tripathi adding that the SUIT payload will also study the variation of this part of radiation from the sun Studying the solar radiation at these wavelengths was important to understand the relationship between the sun and the climate system over earth he said “Since the telescope will be looking at the sun all the time a special thermal filter has also been designed to protect the instrument from heat as well as ultraviolet radiation” said Tripathi The photosphere the subject of observation by SUIT has a temperature of about 6000 Kelvin — approximately 5720 degree celsius The corona the outermost layer of the sun which is thousands of kilometres away from the core has temperatures of over one million Kelvin The reason for this seeming discrepancy is not properly understood and something the VELC aims to explore SUIT is being built in collaboration with several agencies of the ISRO and data collected by the telescope as well as other payloads on board Aditya-L1 will be used by solar astronomers in several institutes in India and abroad While some parts of the instrument like the camera have been imported most others including the thermal filter have been designed by the IUCAA scientists The filter to be placed at the front end of SUIT is meant to reflect over 90 per cent of the light arriving from the sun Only about 01% of the incoming solar radiation is allowed to enter the telescope and other components of the SUIT instrument said Tripathi “The lab model is being assembled at IUCAA and being given the final touches A review committee from ISRO will assess the model after which we can take it for designing in the flight mode” he said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: April 3 2012 3:01 am Top News The Crime Branch of Mumbai Police arrested a gang of five men allegedly involved in multiple cases of looting electronic items from various parts of the city The police have also recovered 27 LCD television sets from the accused The arrested accused have been identified as Manjay Jaiswal (28)Lalit Tiwary (32)Sitaram Hegde (65)Feroze Ahmed Ansari (21) and Jilajit Yadav (30) Apart from television setsthe police have recovered a factory-made 032 bore five-round revolvera tempoand a Maruti car from them The incident occured on March 24between 115 am and 145 amwhen six men arrived in a tempo and a Maruti car looted LCD television sets of leading brands from the godown of Snehanjali Electronics in Anuj Industrial Estate on S V RoadDahisar The dacoits held the watchman at gunpointentered the godown and looted the television sets before making a getaway Unit 11 of the Crime Branch has arrested the five accused involvedand recovered 27 LCD television sets worth Rs 87 lakh from them This gang seems to specialise in break-insthefts and robberies of electronic goods? 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