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Gadoli had been at large since then. Morales said he had decided to move the embassy from Tel Aviv after talking to Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Whirlpool,renovation work finally began in April. Apollo Hospitals? Like AajTak? 2012 1:45 am Related News The Darul Uloom,extended his long list of disappointing scores in the ongoing season,de Villiers and Kohli went on to add 229 runs for the second wicket in 96 deliveries breaking their own record for the highest-ever partnership that they had created against Mumbai Indians in the previous edition of the tournament at the same venue Gujarat Lions were later skittled out for a paltry 104 with Chris Jordan grabbing four wickets for just 11 runs with Yuzvendra Chahal taking three for 19 as Bangalore romped to a massive 144-run win Naturally the social media exploded at the sight of two of the best batsmenof the current generation tearing thebowlers attack apart in such a ruthless manner Here’s a look at how the Twitterati responded to the occasion: 140 characters is not nearly enough to describe my emotions right now and the genius we’ve just witnessed.#IPL #RCBvGL @RCBTweets @IPL — Sid Mallya (@sidmallya) May 14 2016 Well Bangalore and Rajkot arein stark contrast to each other in more ways than one: #RCBvGL Well done ABD and Kohli Superb demonstration of what the pub capital of India can do to a dry state — Ramesh Srivats (@rameshsrivats) May 14 2016 As they say behind every successful man is a woman?
1852 hrs IST: India have a chance to double their lead as they win their third PC of the match.The rally will be a call to people to oust the corrupt BJP regime from the state, ? in fact, We were humiliated and this is not (what) we expected after great performances against England and New Zealand,The nine persons arrested had been named in the FIR. "Condemn killing of senior journalist Gauri Lankesh. Dalits were part of the virat Hindu Parivar assembled by the BJP. Even as Chandok discussed the potential of the plus-size clothing market in the country, “While stereotypes may take years to dissipate.
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Rather like our newsroomswhich have lost political agency partly because they can no longer express contempt for the contemptible pratikkanjilal@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tunku Varadarajan | Published: March 27 2016 12:05 am (Source: Reuters) Related News 1 This isn’t the latest “chapter” of terrorist violence against a Western city by the Islamist death-cults that began a transnational jihad on September 11 2001 It is the latest paragraph Attacks are getting ever more frequent It is ghoulish I know but I predict another Brussels-style assault on a soft urban European target within a month especially as Islamic State continues to take a pounding on its own soil The increased incidence of terrorism isn’t merely because IS is now alive to the ease with which acts of carnage can be conducted in open societies It is also because IS is on the back foot in Iraq and Syria and taking the war to the streets and subways of Europe makes tactical sense Share This Article Related Article 2 Especially when there is a new — and panicked — determination on the part of Europe’s security forces to uncover sleeper cells as rapidly as possible An upsurge in attacks will inevitably result as IS seeks to use its deadly resources before they are neutralised IS boasts that there are 400 terrorists embedded in Europe primed to strike I shudder 3 The mounting toll from terrorism will require unprecedented levels of maturity from Europe’s political class There are millions of Muslims resident across France Belgium Germany the Netherlands and Britain the vast majority of them law-abiding citizens who want no more than an unmolested life Politicians on the nativist right have been quick to demonise these people Morality aside it is a recipe for civic disaster to treat such a high percentage of your society as the enemy: The Muslim population of France is at 75% of the country’s total; the Netherlands’ at 6%; Belgium’s at 59%; Germany’s at 58%; Austria’s at 54%; Greece’s at 53%; the UK’s at 48%; Sweden’s at 46% (To put that in perspective Sikhs comprise only 18% of Indians) You cannot cordon off populations of this size nor place them under open surveillance These “in-house” Muslim populations have to be enlisted in the fight against Islamist terror 4 To that end ways need to be found to integrate Muslims more thoroughly into European society While there is no doubt that sections of these populations reject Western values — especially when it comes to education and female equality — it is also true that they face discrimination in their daily lives In this the US is unlike Europe being a country that is — Donald Trump notwithstanding — immeasurably more tolerant toward Muslims There is also the truth that it is easier for outsiders to integrate into economies like America’s that aren’t stagnant Why else do so many people fleeing the Middle East attempt to transit through France and get to the UK 5 The fight against terror needs to become more sophisticated Even as there is — and must be — a drive to capture or kill Islamist terrorists our combat must also include a war for Muslim minds Bernard Lewis the great historian of the Islamic world once told me “Women are half the world and mothers of the other half” The terrorists are men but it is in women that we must place our faith Efforts such as those by Edit Schlaffer the Austrian founder of Women Without Borders are priceless Her NGO’s project Mothers Against Extremism recruits Muslim mothers as foot soldiers against jihad Muslim mothers can shield their children from toxic ideologies and fight the myth of jihadi masculinity that fuels IS Terrorism may be learned at radical mosques and training camps but it can be fought most effectively at home The writer is the Virginia Hobbs Carpenter Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution @tunkuv For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shruti Dhapola | New Delhi | Updated: October 16 2017 9:01 am Nokia 8 review: The first flagship from HMD Global and here’s how it fares in our performance tests What is a flagship In the world of smartphones this can be the philosophical question to which none have found the answer There’s Apple’s iPhone which everyone loves to hate but somehow it keeps selling Samsung has its Galaxy S and the Note series where the display keeps getting bigger and better Now Google has Pixel 2 where it tells us that the premium Android phone does not need dual-rear cameras In this world of confused flagships HMD Global is entering the market with Nokia 8 This mobile phone is their first flagship for 2017 and Nokia 8 ticks some boxes that we have come to expect in flagships Dual rear camera Check New feature in the camera app Check thanks to ‘Bothie’ 2K display Check So does Nokia 8 really perform well as a premium smartphone Does it have the ‘superior’ Nokia experience that was once so revered Here’s what I thought after reviewing the device Nokia 8 specifications: 53-inches IPS QHD (2560 x 1440 pixels) | Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor | 4GB RAM + 64GB storage (expandable to 256GB)| 13MP (Colour + OIS) + 13MP (Mono) +13 MP front camera| 3090 mAh battery | Android v711 Nougat | Nokia 8 price in India: Rs 36999 Nokia 8 Design Display Nokia 8 might not come with a fancy bezel-less display or an all-glass or ceramic body but that doesn’t mean the design is not premium I appreciate that the Nokia 8 is smaller in size (53-inch display instead of 55-inches) and it is light easy to grip and use with one hand The matte finish versions are not slippery and will fit easily in most jeans pockets without the danger of them falling out Nokia 8 has a curved back and comes in four colour variants: Polished Blue Tempered Blue Steel Polished Copper The polished copper might seem a bit much for some folks but that’s the colour I preferred and this is more because it looks different even if it is flashy Of course the polished colours are more prone to scratches and the tempered blue is what makes the most practical sense The steel is a bit dull I’ll have to admit Nokia 8 has a dual rear camera with Zeiss branding Nokia 8 has dual rear cameras stacked vertically and there’s Zeiss branding in here The flash is placed below that and the front has Corning Gorilla Glass 5 There’s a front button with two buttons on the side and the fingerprint scanner is embedded into the home button itself Nokia 8’s 53-inch 2K display works very well with rich vivid colours The phone was my primary device for a week or so and the display quality is more than suited for daily video consumption Also unlike Xiaomi’s Mi Mix 2 or OnePlus 5 this is a 2K one which is good to see at this price Yes the bezels might seem so outdated but remember HMD Global is still a startup and it will take some time before it can offer such features Nokia 8 Performance Coming to the performance Nokia 8 is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor but this has only 4GB RAM and 64GB storage on board The RAM is more than enough though in this price range many folks might be expecting 6GB as the standard option given what the competition offers The issue is 64GB storage and while the phone does have a microSD slot more onboard storage is always better Also HMD just announced a 6GB RAM and 128GB storage variant in Finland Nokia 8’s display quality is excellent considering the price and this is an Always-On display as well The Nokia 8 review unit I first used was one meant for global markets with the software not entirely optimised for India Nokia 8 was then my primary phone for a week or so with WhatsApp Snapchat etc all moved to this For daily performance this is a fairly smooth device and can handle most heavy duty tasks Yes I didn’t really enjoy typing on this phone given I’m an iPhone user and switching to Android usually results in an increased number of typos Still Nokia 8 can hold its own in benchmark tests and daily performance There were no app crashes games like Asphalt 8 run smoothly and multi-tasking is not issue This performance consistency holds true for both the review units I ended up trying the global one and the India one Nokia 8 Antutu BenchMark scores However the global unit was prone to heating and losing battery very quickly I was told this was because it was not optimised for India A software update was pushed post the official India launch which has stabilized the battery performance More on that later But heating is still a concern on both units and the phone does tend to get warm around the camera which is noticeable HMD Global will perhaps need to push out more software updates to fix this Nokia 8 Camera Ok I’m just going to say it ‘Bothie’ is not going to catch on The reason selfie is a trend because people took to it on their own it was something that started as a hashtag on Instagram and just grew as smartphones boomed ‘Bothie’ while an interesting idea is nothing new Apps like FrontBack offered the option of using the front and back camera at the same time in 2013 Nokia 8 Sample picture (Image resized for web) Nokia 8 Sample picture (Image resized for web) Nokia 8 Sample picture with monochrome sensor (Image resized for web) The idea of using both the front and rear camera might seem like a need but it is not The selfie is good enough by itself my moment of narcissism doesn’t need one else in the background But hey for those who want Nokia 8’s inbuilt camera app has that option You can even livestream your ‘Bothie’ to Facebook should you wish to do that Nokia 8 is relying on two 13MP + 13MP cameras which are a combination of RGB and monochrome sensors for the ‘Bokeh’ effect This is still a work in progress and the camera doesn’t quite deliver that portrait effect one would expect Hopefully Nokia 8’s camera software can be improved with future updates Coming to the camera there’s a problem with the auto-focus not latching on to the object and it keeps shifting The pictures captured in bright daylight are stunning but this is not as sharp as one would like on a flagship Colour reproduction is accurate for most part though the focus issues means that when you zoom in on the picture at times details are missing and it is very noticeable Nokia 8 Sample picture (Image resized for web) Still the phone is capable of delivering some good shots even in dying light It manages to capture a wide range of colours and the overall picture composition is quite nice Still video quality in low-light is not up to the mark even though the Ozo Spatial audio adds an interesting effect I recorded some live music from phone at night and while I don’t care for the video the audio is something else Nokia 8 Battery Nokia 8 has a 3090 mAh battery and as I mentioned I was first playing around with a global unit where the battery life was not so great around 8 hours with constant usage However post the launch and update Nokia 8’s battery life has become much more stable with the phone last 12 hours plus with heavy duty usage But heating is a constant problem on both units as I’ve already pointed out Nokia 8’s slim design and form factor work to its favour Nokia 8 Verdict Nokia 8 has some positives including the design and build quality the display The performance of the device is also fast similar to other phones running this processor But given the competition in this price range Nokia 8 is not yet a flagship killer In the camera department I feel it has a long way to go before it can challenge either Apple or Samsung Still as a mid-range flagship Nokia 8 delivers on most expectations However I would say this is far from perfect and needs more software tweaks around the camera and heating to really stand out against the competition For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt LtdDarjeeling (West Bengal): Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) supporters on Thursday clashed with police which used baton charge and fired tear gas shells to disperse the agitators who tried to march to the venue of the state cabinet meeting in Darjeeling File image of Gorkha Janmukti Morcha AFP GJM supporters tried to break the barricades put up by the police and hurled brickbats They also damaged some police vehicles and injured some security personnel police sources said They were protesting among other things "imposition of Bengali language in the schools in the hills" Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and most of the cabinet ministers were present in the hill town apart from chief secretary home secretary and other high officials The GJM supporters held a dharna and raised slogans against the chief minister Shopkeepers at some places including the Mall downed their shutters while the traffic came to a halt causing inconvenience to tourists Meanwhile Banerjee said after the meeting "The people in the hills were neglected for a long time We will try our best to usher in development for them" "The people in the hill areas have been demanding development Nothing had happened during the Left rule of 34 years but things have changed after our government took over We have done so many development works here I am proud to say that I am the first chief minister to visit the hills for more than 100 times" she said Making a dig at the GJM which opposed her party the TMC she said "Let there be competition for development" Asked about the GJM’s agitation programme she said "They have the democratic right Let them do it They have no issue" On the GJM’s opposition to the alleged "imposition of Bengali language" in the schools in the hills she once again made it clear that Bengali was not made a compulsory subject "Rather we gave recognition to the Nepali language" she said The role went finally to Olga Kurylenko. the star said. the five Olympic mascots’ names — Beibei, and she finds herself having to return to her hometown from New York. 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