In the 65th edition of his monthly radio programme 'Mann Ki Baat', which coincides with the last date of the fourth phase of nationwide lockdown, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today warned people to not let their guards down as the economy opens up gradually from tomorrow. The government has announced a phased exit from over two month lockdown from tomorrow as lockdown 5.0 has been turned into 'Unlock 1.0'.Here are the key highlights of PM Modi''s Mann Ki Baat address:
The night sky has fascinated humans for millennia. It has also, for almost the entire history of our race, eluded comprehension. Our ancestors thought the celestial objects were gods and sacrificed animals to please them. Many of us still believe stars decide our fate (thus the Shakespearean phrase The fault, dear Brutus is not in our stars that inspired the title of a very popular book).It is only in the last few centuries that we have come to understand the tiny pinpoints in the sky. Now we know, thanks to science, that stars are distant, inconceivably huge and hot balls of gases that may have their own planets like our sun. And some of those planets, theoretically at least, may have living organisms like the earth.
Talking of YouTube, these names can;t be ignored, Technical Guruji, the gadget master; Beer Biceps the fitness guru and Be Younick, the king of comedy skits.Technical Guruji. Based out of Dubai focuses on gadget reviews, technology, tips and instructional videos about gadgets and talks about a wide range of gadgets beginning from cell phones, to smartwatches, to TVs, ISPs and even cryptocurrencies. The Technical Guruji channel has obtained practically over 15M subscribers on the platform. He started his Technical Guruji channel in October 2015, at first, he used to post about products and give advice to his viewers, how to use it. The channel developed rapidly, and in 2017 Chaudhary made a subsequent channel devoted to delivering content about his own life.
A couple of things before I start:You connect MFi hearing aids with your iPhone in Settings gt; Accessibility gt; Hearing gt; Hearing Devices. Obviously, there is a Bluetooth pairing going on here. But hearing devices don t have a button that puts them into pairing mode; instead, you have to open and close the battery case on each device to restart them. (You pair non MFi hearing aids in Settings gt; Bluetooth like any other Bluetooth enabled devices.)
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I am sure you will agree to say that the Covid 19 pandemic has thrown our lives into utter chaos is an understatement. Everything is upside down, left is right, outside is in, under is over. Not hugging is showing love, not sharing a meal is being considerate, not going to your place of work is thoughtful. We have come to recognize that the most important people in the world are not the rich and the famous, but those who clean the toilets, those who take care of the elderly in seniors homes and those who care for the very sick in hospitals. Indispensable people are not the politicians or CEO s, but the health care workers whose heroic acts are saving lives. Indispensable people are all those who are continuing to serve the rest of us, supplying the essentials of life such as food, medicine, transportation and health (physical and mental).
With Unlock Phase 1 expected to start from the first of June, expect to see more relaxations; the states, however, are united in their push to continue with curbs of inter state transportation, malls and cinema halls, educational institutions and places of worship. There is no go ahead for cinema halls in the coming weeks, but Malls are set to see some footfall from 8, June as they get the clearance to open their doors to customers.
Samsung Galaxy M11 and Galaxy M01 are set to launch in India on June 2, Flipkart revealed through a couple of teasers. The e commerce site also confirms that both new Samsung phones will be available for purchase shortly after the official launch. The Galaxy M11 was unveiled as the successor to the Galaxy M10 and an upgrade to the Galaxy M10s in March. The Galaxy M01, on the other hand, seems to be a new entry level phone by the South Korean company. The teaser on the Flipkart site gives a glimpse at some specifications of the Galaxy M01 in addition to revealing its launch date.
So, now you know that your smartphone has a higher refresh rate. Flagships like Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra and OnePlus 8 Pro use a display having as much as 120 Hz refresh rate. But ever thought what;s the refresh rate of your Mac display? How can you change it?
Contact via Twitter vert; May 30, 2020 8:01 am BST Opinion This week OG smartphone users were treated to a retro blast from the past, as news broke that former mobile heavyweight HTC may be working on a new flagship level smartphone.To most, this may not be big news. For the past few years, HTC has been a virtual reality brand focussed on creating new Vive headsets. Even those who remember its final U line won t have fond memories, as the series never really had much impact or carrier support in the UK. As a result, it s not terribly surprising that the news HTC may be making a new blower to take on the iPhone 11 and Galaxy S20 might be met with a profound meh .
Screenshot from a video shared on TikTok by policeman Ajaib Singh. Image Credit: TikTok Also in this package Photos: Brazil drive in, a welcome escape from pandemic Inside a New Delhi hospital treating COVID 19 patients Brazilians say 'I do' at drive thru weddings to avoid COVID 19 Last responders: Funeral workers in the age of COVID 19 All dressed up, no prom to go to COVID 19: Plastic bubble brings joy to French nursing home When a Punjab policeman posted a TikTok video of a poor labourer to raise awareness about helping migrant workers during the coronavirus lockdown in India, he did not expect what happened next. The clip helped the man reunite with his family after two years.Punjab police constable Ajaib Singh shared a video of his interaction with R Venkateshwarlu on the video streaming platform on March 26.
The key to cinematic depiction of intimacy in the post Covid world lies in the human gazeThe deflowering pun intended of Indian cinema has its own timeline. Until recently, depiction of sexual intimacy in popular cinema rarely involved actual human beings in action. Consequently, directors had to rely on creativity that came dangerously close to the comic. The time honoured metaphors of intimacy included the depictions of a fecund natural world: blossoming flowers, necking swans, the shaking bush anything, presumably, would do to resemble coitus. At the other extreme lay all that was crude, but suggestive: the gyrating vamp epitomized this sexual undercurrent. All this was to circumvent the scissor happy censor board that refused to keep up with the times. Its holy grail, the Cinematograph Act, after all, had been framed way back in 1952. Of course, the odd film Bobby is one example did attempt to take the bull of morality by the horns. But portrayals of affection have been known to strike the match, quite literally. Fire, ironically, resulted in theatres being vandalized and vehicles set aflame exposing India s conservative attitude to sex in general and alternative sexuality in particular.
Lou Sheldon, one of the leading homophobes of the past few decades, has died at age 85.Sheldon died Friday in Southern California, his son in law James Lafferty told The Orange County Register. Lafferty said the cause of death was a long standing condition but did not elaborate.
"A distinguished ... (more)Edited by Joseph Lewis French, this collection of 9 riddle stories includes "The Mysterious Card" and its sequel by Cleveland Moffett, "The Oblong Box" by Poe, "A Terribly Strange Bed" by Wilkie Collins, "The Lost Room" by Fitz James O'Brien and others selected as masterful examples of the genre by the editor. He says in the forward:
In place of physical gatherings, the youth Ministry has since mobilised various activities with use of technology and social media such as weekly prayer broadcasts, virtual prayer meets among community members, virtual cell meets and recently, InstaLive with EMPOWERED mdash; Live chat on Instagram (IG).The first LIVE IG Chat took place on 5 April, Sunday evening at 8.30 pm with host, Kelvin Chan from EMPOWERED Ministry and Guest, Andre Ong from Shekinah Glory Renewal Group, Penang. The chat on the topic, lsquo;Life, Faith and Holy Week during MCO ' had a consistent live participation of about 60pax, and thereafter more than 200 offline viewers within 24 hours of going live.
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Abe Asher, Managing EditorMay 30, 2020As hundreds of people streamed onto University Ave. on Friday morning to help clean up after protests rocked the street the night before, Joseph Ray Conley Jr., a day shy of 28 years old, stood outside of the BP station on the corner of University and Hamline and screamed at the passersby.