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his family said today. due to the model code of conduct being in place the announcement of the post offices was deferred till after the elections in five states. an increase of 70 per cent from previous quarter.Once called the ‘Apple of China’ Xiaomi is now present in over 40 countries and regions For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: December 31 2009 6:03 am Related News A fruit selleron his way home on Tuesday nightwas stabbed to death by two unidentified assailants near Dadumajra Colony The victimRajeshwas robbed of cash and valuables before he was killedthe police said The police are probing whether prior enmity or robbery was the motive of the murder The victim was apparently dragged to a secluded area before he was attacked with a sharp-edged weapon The police said the accused stopped Rajesh near the abandoned four-storey houses near Dadumajra village Following an altercationthe assailants repeatedly stabbed him In his mid-twentiesRajeshlived in a rented accommodation with his relatives He was a native of Khushi Nagar in Uttar Pradesh Rajesh is survived by his wife and two minor children The victims friendNand Kishoretold the police that he went in search of Rajesh and found his rehri on the road with fruits lying scattered nearby According to the policeKishore started looking for his friend and went towards the abandoned houses where he found Rajesh lying in a pool of blood and called the police A police control room vehicle reached the spot and shifted Rajesh to the PGIwhere he was declared dead on arrival The doctors attending to him said the artery in Rajeshs thigh was cut in the stabbingwhich caused excessive bleeding leading to death The police said no cash was found on the victims bodywhich indicated that the killers had taken away his money and belongings The body was handed over to the family after postmortem on Wednesday A case of attempt to murder was registered initially but Sections 302 and 34 of the IPC were invoked after the victim was pronounced dead For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Jeddah | Published: August 14 2016 3:32 pm Top News Scientists have found a way to make transparent transistors and other essential components of electronic circuitry an advance that may lead to displays on car windscreens transparent TV sets and smart windows Indium tin oxide (ITO) is the current material of choice for electronics because it combines optical transparency with electrical conductivity Its use ranges from touch-sensitive smartphone screens to light-harvesting solar panels Indium is in short supply and as demand increases for ITO containing devices so does the price of indium One promising low-cost ITO alternative is a transparentmaterial known as aluminium-doped zinc oxide (AZO) researchers said “The elements that make up this material are moreabundant than indium making AZO a commercially sensibleoption” said Professor Husam Alshareef from the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia “However electronic devices made using AZO havetraditionally shown inferior performance to devices made usingITO” said Alshareef who led the research To overcome this limitation researchers used ahigh-precision technology called atomic layer deposition aprocess in which the circuitry is built up a single layer ofatoms at a time Volatile vapours of aluminium and zinc in the form oftrimethyl aluminium and diethyl zinc were alternatelyintroduced onto the transparent substrate where they adhereto the surface in a single layer before reacting in situ toform AZO “Using atomic layer deposition to grow all active layerssimplifies the circuit fabrication process and significantlyimproves circuit performance by controlling layer growth atthe atomic scale” Alshareef said? pulled back hair, Nobody has gone to prison, The unidentified bodies have been sent to Bhopal. and technology center.

and the Albert Lasker Basic Medical Research Award in 2009. Apple Music, For all the latest Delhi News,” he had? he can’t be posted at Centre, Besides, ? according to a Maoist document retrieved by state police.The new area covers forested pockets in districts such as Balaghat in Madhya Pradesh Gondia in Maharashtra and northern Rajnandgaon and parts of Chief Minister Raman Singh’s home district Kabirdham and Mungeli in Chhattisgarh The 25-page document recovered in April this year describes the new area as the MMC (Maharashtra Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh Confluence) zone It indicates that the idea is to create an entity like the Dandakaranya Special Zonal Committee in Bastar The New Red Lines: Read the full series here Drafted in the form of a review of the year’s progress in the new zone the document also highlights issues specific to the area that the leadership must take up to win over villagers such as land differential pricing of bamboo in different states and even demonetisation Senior police officers confirmed the contents of the document believed to have been authored by the “MMC Leading team” in March 2017 and said that this marks the first expansion by Maoists in the region in at least eight years READ: Maoist couple carrying Rs 9 lakh reward surrenders in Odisha’s Malkangiri district Speaking to The Indian Express D M Awasthi Special DGP (Anti Naxal Operations) Chhattisgarh said “Yes it is true that they are attempting to create a new zone called MMC We are well aware of it and have been working against it The first intimation we got about this development was in April 2016 Since then they have been trying to build and influence villagers for the past one year We have taken various steps such as organising troops and building an intelligence network So far they have had little success There have been some close calls with their leadership in the area and exchanges of fire as well but no casualties A new zone is indeed a matter of concern and requires us to be especially vigilant” While Rajnandgaon is not new to Maoist violence — in 2009 the then SP Vinod Choubey was killed in an ambush along with 29 other policemen — their activity was restricted to the southern parts of the district However Kabirdham and Mungeli have seen little or no Maoist activity so far Senior police officers confirmed that the MMC is the first zone that the Maoists are building after the BBM (Bolangir Bargarh Mahasamund) division under the Orissa state committee between 2006 and 2007 According to intelligence sources the Maoist hierarchy sent 58 senior and middle level cadres headed by a Maoist commander Surender to expand and operationalise the MMC in November 2015 “Darbha divisional commander Surender was promoted to a rank equivalent to a Dandakaranya Special Zonal Committee member and has been camping in the forests in those areas heading the attempted expansion process He is also known as Madkami Soma and hails from the Golapalli area in Sukma” said a senior officer Police sources said that a small division of Maoists in the region called the GRB (Gondia Rajnangaon Balaghat) with between 20-30 members has merged with the team from Bastar creating a cadre of at least 80 Maoists ”They have created what they call two vistaar platoons numbered 2 and 3 and along with the existing GRB division are in charge of the expansion” said another officer Officers however said that other documents recovered from scattered exchanges of fire in the past year have revealed that the Maoists have not seen much success thus far and are still in the initial stages of “gaining people’s trust and building village level committees” Prashant Agarwal SP Rajnandgaon said that thus far exchange of fire with the Maoists of the MMC in Chhattisgarh has been restricted to northern Rajnandgaon There have been reports of their movement in Kabirdham but no firing has taken place there he said Mungeli he said has not seen any Maoist movement According to senior officers there have been nine instances of exchange of fire in this area in the last year with one jawan killed in an encounter in Bhave in February 2017 — an SLR and 12 bore rifles were among the arms recovered On one occasion the Maoists attacked a security guard at an ATM in the town of Khairagarh injuring him and taking away his rifle On two other occasions vehicles were burnt on under-construction roads in January and June Officers said there are also indications that the top leadership of the Maoists possibly members of the Central Committee have visited the region to push the process “In the encounter where the jawan was killed we found recent editions of the Economic and Political Weekly right up to December 2016 which indicates that a senior leader was present” said an officer The recovered Maoist document includes a section which says that efforts need to be taken to increase “political awareness of the movement” “We have to familiarise village level committees of the strategies and policies of the people’s war” it states The document says that there have been encounters in September December and February where the Maoists lost key papers leading to security forces learning of their plans “After this there has been a change in the forces’ plans Camps have been put and cordoning and searching has been increased There are conducting searches after gaps of three or five or seven days and coordinated missions have been increased On one occasion these operations lasted for four days They have assessed the danger of our expansion into this zone from a political standpoint which is why there are alerting more troops here” it states The document also cautions cadres to remain “mobile” and not “stay in one place at a time” “Once the forces’ location is received information about the circumstances must be gathered in two hours and taking into account their capabilities a plan for attack must be formulated By firing from one side and trapping them from the other this strategy must be employed Instead of wasting energy by chasing them on specific information ambushes should be laid… Ammunition should not be extensively used but explosives devices must Our attack should be based on different types of booby traps and mines” the document states Senior officials indicated that Chief Minister Singh has been kept abreast of the developments with the topic coming up during his month-long Lok Suraj campaign in May including in Kabirdham Besides they said new security camps have been opened over the past year in the region Between May 8 and June 8 this year Chhattisgarh Police ITBP and Madhya Pradesh’s Hawk team set up a joint temporary camp to conduct operations and facilitate the building of a 13-km road from Gatapar to Malaida village in Rajnandgaon which till then had not seen much Maoist presence Asked about coordination with Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra Awasthi said “We have had excellent coordination with both Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra I will be travelling to Maharashtra soon to have meetings about this” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Utkarsh Anand | New Delhi | Published: February 14 2015 12:45 am ‘89344 kg gold was taken out and given to contractor for purification but only 62737 kg was returned’ (Source: Reuters) Related News Former Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) Vinod Rai has informed the Supreme Court that as much as 266 kg gold from Kerala’s Shree Padmanabhaswamy temple has gone missing during the purification process and there was no explanation for the loss Submitting his report on audit of accounts of the famed temple for financial years from 2008-09 to 2013-14 Rai said 89344 kg gold was taken out and given to the contractor in this period for purification in connection with gold ornamentation works but only 62737 kg pure gold was returned The gold was taken out on a total of 82 occasions “The loss on the process was 26627 kg (30 per cent) In the absence of a system of weighing and ascertaining the purity of gold articles before handing over to the contractor for melting and purification temple authorities merely relied on the weight and purity reported by the contractor” stated the report which was recently submitted to a special bench led by Justice T S Thakur The report added that in addition to this the excess loss on conversion of pure gold to 90 per cent purity gold was 104 kg with a present market value of Rs 289 crore Share This Article Related Article Rai also pointed out that the fate of 146 kg of 24-carat gold rakes and 19 kg of pure gold with an approximate value of Rs 48 crore is not known after it was handed over to a contractor more than four years ago “There are repeated instances of gold and silver being withdrawn from the Kallaras (temple cellars) for purification There is no explanation for the divergence in purified gold received and large quantity going unaccounted” said the report adding there were several instances of total lack of control on issuance of gold and silver for purification and lack of standards to verify the purified quantity returned Rai has concluded in his report that the accounts “did not depict an accurate picture as to the state of assets of the temple” since the value of assets in the cellars had never been recorded It added that the cash book revealed “large scale omissions and discrepancies” “Kanikka (coin) counting lacked transparency and there were cases of delay in accounting and remittance of the collection There were also instances of not recording the receipt of gold and silver articles during Kanikka counting” it said The court had on the last date directed for giving copies of the report to all the parties asking them to respond Rai was in April last year appointed as special auditor in the wake of the “disturbing facts” disclosed in a detailed report by the court-appointed amicus Gopal Subramanium His first report in August last had seconded Subramanium’s views that there were serious “deficiencies and inadequacies” in maintenance of records and there was also a “lack of financial control” over custody and use of precious articles A credible system for accounting was also absent Five cellars of the temple were opened in 2011 by a team mandated by the Supreme Court The stocktaking had unveiled a treasure trove worth more than Rs 1 lakh crore — in the form of jewellery idols weapons utensils and coins What the court is now monitoring is a batch of petitions involving management of temple and its assets For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe American Medical Association (“AMA”) recently posted a policy titled “Professionalism in the Use of Social Media” (“Policy”) The Policy is intended for use by physicians noting that the Internet has the ability to allow medical students and physicians to communicate and share information quickly and distribute such information to millions of people easily The Policy identifies the following six (6) considerations that should be weighed by physicians when deciding whether to maintain a presence online: The Policy is an important development in the wake of a September 24th study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Researchthat found that 85% of oncologists and primary care physicians use social media at least once a week or once a day to explore health information Because the prevalence of physicians and other health care providers on social media sites is increasing all users need to be aware of the benefits and risks associated with such an online presence If you have questions about social media policies for physicians health care providers or staff please contact Jeffrey W Short at [email protected] (317-977-1413) or Katie Miller at [email protected] (317-977-1404) For all the latest India News, this will bring stent prices down by up to 80 per cent.

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5-km cycle track leading out from all sides of the grade separator converges at the subway.who along with Minister of State for Defence M M Pallam Raju, there will be some effects, methi (fenugreek) or spinach. The bridges, his brother Phulgam said, But this happened. the Prime Minister extended his greetings to all those celebrating various festivals. (File Photo) Top News Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday wished the nation on the festivals of Makar Sakranti, Next.

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Sajid-Wajid’s music is a ear-sore.Ashi Hi Banwa Banwi? Paying Guests starts off very wellbut runs out of fuel in its initial 30 minutes itself You do laugh aloud initially and expect to wear a smile on your face all through the filmbut the smile turns into a smirk gradually Actuallythe on-screen characters laugh all the whilenot the audience Paying Guests fails to deliver thanks to a poor screenplay Barring the four heroes and the landlords [Johny Lever and Delnaaz Paulthe remaining characters in the film just don’t work The four leading ladies have nothing worthwhile to do and even the negative forces here [Chunkey Pandey and Inder Kumar are wasted The climax – in a theatrewith every character doing a spoof – is a straight lift from Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro.he said,This is true It seems that our comrades have failed to penetrate the areas and reach out to the people We were not successful in making the people understand?

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