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Apple’s new chips are likely to be made by Taiwan’s TSMC It was earlier reported that Apple will start manufacturing its own GPU as well for the iPhone though this is expected to take place over two years time frame Apple’s iPhone series in 2018 is expected to come in three variants: the 58-inch display one like the current iPhone X a bigger 62-inches version and a 60-inch version All three iPhones will have Face ID and support a full vision display according to a report by noted Apple analyst Ming Chi Kuo Apple’s 6-inch iPhone could have a more mid-range pricing according to the reports and this will have an LCD display not an OLED one like the other two iPhones Reports have also indicated an Apple iPhone SE 2 could be on the cards as well for early 2018 For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Dipanita Nath | Updated: July 28 2017 12:14 am Mukul Sharma (above); a still from A Death in the Gunj Top News Science fiction writer Mukul Sharma opens the door wearing a t-shirt that says “I don’t suffer from insanity I enjoy every minute of it” “I was wearing something more interesting but my daughter said not to You see it had a dirty word” says Sharma By “daughter” he means Promila Pradhan who played a small but strong role in A Death in the Gunj a film by Sharma’s other daughter Konkona Sensharma A Death in the Gunj was based on a short story by Sharma and after it became a critical and commercial success the writer has been plied with queries about his works He is now planning to publish a compilation of his works Sharma’s home in Gurgaon where he lives and writes offers a 15th floor view of grey high-rises “The outdoor is s**t except in winter when the fog or the smog covers everything else and we have a sensation of floating” he adds Not outside but within is where Mukul looks for stories and inspiration “It’s in the head” he says A Death in the Gunj as he wrote it was more supernatural and featured a vengeful ghost The film has no ghost but retains the narrative of a family’s year-end holiday in McCluskieganj that goes all wrong “It is inspired by two real-life events in which two people died Om Puri and Tanuja play my parents who had a home in McCluskieganj which Aparna (Sen his ex-wife) and I used to visit” says Sharma Nandu the family man in the film is based on Sharma “I had a blue ambassador like the one that Nandu drives in the film” says the writer As soon as he writes a story he gets it published in a journal in India or abroad “It also happens that I write stories and people take them and want to make them into films” says Sharma Vishal Bhardwaj bought three of his stories five years ago of which Ek Thi Dayan hit the screens in 2013 The others are Dream Sequence about a woman who dreams about waking up but can’t actually wake up and Ghosts in which a detective is trying to solve a murder when he comes across a psychic who says she knows who did it “He doesn’t believe all this rubbish But she’s good looking so what to do” says Sharma His writing room is a family workstation and contains besides swivel chairs a treadmill Among the books on the shelves are Alice in Wonderland A Dictionary of Mind and Spirit A Dictionary of the Occult and The Oxford Companion to the Mind He says “I write more science fiction than supernatural A story starts with an inspiration Then at some point I sit down and think ‘What can happen where can I take this’ Ultimately a story is not about physics or chemistry it is about human emotions” Ek Thi Dayan was inspired by the building in which Sen and he used to live in Kolkata “We were on the eighth floor and the lift would stop at the ground floor One day I started thinking ‘What if this lift doesn’t stop at G and goes below’” he says In the story two children manipulate the buttons of the lift so that it drops underground “to the where all the evil people of the building who have died live” Sharma jokes constantly especially about his modern family He has three daughters Dona who was inherited when he married Sen; Sensharma who is biological; and Pradhan who is adopted “Did you notice that Konkona acknowledged all four parents in the film: Aparna her husband Binita (Mohanty) my beautiful wife and me” he says The son of an army man Sharma passed through six schools across the country before graduating in English literature from Ashutosh College in Kolkata His interest in science was fuelled by curiosity after he had quit studies “There was a family business of pest control My brother was looking after the Delhi division and I had to look after the Kolkata branch How long can you kill cockroaches After six or seven years I decided I can’t do this” he says He began to write more prolifically for Kolkata-based newspapers and journals from films to science Sharma was one of the first reviewers of Ghare Baire Satyajit Ray’s film based on a Rabindranath Tagore story He gave the film a good review but added that “the kisses were not convincing” Parama was being directed by Aparna Sen and featured a kiss between Sharma and Rakhee “Let’s see how convincing Mukul’s kisses are” Ray reportedly retorted “Clearly he had read the review” says Sharma who also played a small role in 36 Chowringhee Lane Sen’s breakthrough film At present he is developing a story about a woman who tells her husband at breakfast that she has had an affair “When” he asks “Tomorrow” she replies “Does that sound exciting” asks Sharma For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: March 3 2011 2:49 pm Related News It’s believed that alcoholism runs in the family Nowscientists have identified a “binge-drinking” gene which they say offers new hope in combating the growing social problem Earlier it was not clear whether the alcoholism link between family members was cultural or genetic Butresearchers at the Maryland University in the US identified a proteincalled TLR4which triggers the desire to drink in people The proteinwhich is found in the brain region known as the amygdalacould be a target for the development of drugs for alcohol dependencesaid Harry Junea professor in psychology who led the study The study indicates that TLR4 expression “contributes to binge drinking and may be a key early neuro-adaptation in excessive drinking” Prof June was quoted as saying by the Daily Mail For the studythe researchers carried out tests on rats that preferred alcohol They found that the mice had “profound and selective reduction of binge drinking” when production of TLR4 was manipulated When they artificially stimulated the TLR4 and other brain receptors in order to simulate the good feelings binge drinkers feel when drinking alcoholthe rats lost interest in alcohol for two weeks after the procedure The amygdala — known as the pleasure centre of the brain — is responsible for regulating the emotions and has been linked to alcohol addiction in the past “Binge drinking is a significant public health burden in need of improved treatment” said Prof June “Gene therapy may offer beneficial alternatives to current psycho-social and pharmaco-therapeutic interventions but identification of the target genes is a clinical challenge” Binge-drinkingmost common among younger peopleis defined as eight or more units of alcohol in one session for a manand more than six units for a woman Studies have shown a large amount of alcohol over a short period is worse for your health than drinking little and often because it places a bigger strain on the liver Long-term risks include cancerheart disease and strokeas well as cirrhosis of the liver The death rate due to acute intoxication has doubled in the past 20 years for both sexes The researchers said they are yet to find out the TLR4’s potential contribution to binge drinking The new findings are published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: January 23 2017 6:44 pm The system uses sunlight to generate high-energy particles inside solar-powered materials which activate oxygen in the water Top News Scientists are developing a low-cost solar-powered water purification system that may help over 77 million people in remote parts of India get access to safe drinking water According to researchers at the University of Edinburgh in the UK there is no systematic treatment of sewage in rural India The government has focused on purifying contaminated water in rivers and streams but the situation could be greatly improved by tackling the problem at source researchers said To make contaminated water safe to drink visible traces of waste are first removed using filters Then any remaining organic matter and bacteria is broken down The team including researchers from Indian Institute of Science Education and Research in Pune is adapting its existing technologies to power this second stage in the decontamination process The system uses sunlight to generate high-energy particles inside solar-powered materials which activate oxygen in the water to incinerate harmful pollutants and bacteria The initiative will not only provide safer drinking water but could also help reduce the spread of disease researchers said “We are aiming to provide people in rural India with a simple off-grid water decontamination system This could be achieved by simply fitting our modified solar-activated materials to containers of contaminated water positioned indirect sunlight” said Aruna Ivaturi from the University of Edinburgh The team hopes to incorporate technologies developed during the five-month pilot project into larger-scale initiatives that deal with water contamination – a major problem in the developing world Around 77 million people in India do not have access to safe drinking water – more than any other country in the world researchers said “Working closely with our Indian partners we aim to harness the sun’s energy to tackle a huge problem that affects many people around the world” said Professor Neil Robertson from the University of Edinburgh For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Muzaffarnagar | Published: June 11 along with her mother.According to circle officer of police Sidharth Singh a case has been registered under IPC sections 366 (kidnapping) 376 (rape) 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of peace) and 506 (criminal intimidation) against Munir and three unidentified persons All the four accused were on the run the police officer said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Ahmedabad | Published: August 13 2013 10:05 pm Related News Attacking Prime Minister Manmohan Singh over the proposed Food Security BillGujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today said the billin its current formwill push the country toward “malnutrition” In a letter to the Prime Minister written on August 7Modi claimed that the National Food Security Ordinance (NFSO) promulgated by the Centrewhich is likely to be passed in Parliament as the Food Security Billhas inherent flaws and deficienciessince it fails to address both calorific and nutritional security of the poor Excerpts from Modi’s letter to the prime minister “In a nation concerned about meeting nutritional requirementsit is a bill that will push the nation towards malnutrition The proposed Food Security Bill will keep the poor hungry and snatch away his food” he said The Gujarat chief minister said that below poverty line families which get 35 kg of foodgrains at presentwould henceforth get only 25 kg under the proposed Bill “Your PM’s policy makers are not aware of commoners’ plightnor are they aware of their living conditions That is why people from your government announce that we can get a meal for Rs 5 or Rs 12” Modi said “This mindset gets reflected in the Bill too Prime Ministerjiyou are an economist and the earlier you understand the economics of a poor man’s mealsthe brighter will be the possibilities of him getting food” he said in the letter “The most backward are not going to benefit from your bill Insteadbecause of your new Food Security Billthe below poverty line families are going to be burdened further” the Gujarat chief minister added “I have noted with deep concern that the ordinance proposes to reduce entitlements of below poverty line families from 35 kg of food grains per family to 25 kg per average family of five” Modi said in the letter Due to this 10 kg reductionevery family below the poverty line would be compelled to buy this quantity from the open market and under such inflationary pressuressuch families would have to shell out an additional Rs 100which would translate into an annual financial burden of Rs 1000 per per familyhe claimed Criticising the entitlement of 5 kg of grain per month per person Modi claimed the ordinance does not assure an individual of having two meals a day “An adult person needs 2500 calories per day as per National Institute of Nutrition (NIN) recommendationsbut your scheme proposes to give 165 grams per person per daywhich would provide only 350 calorieswhich is hardly 20 per cent of his daily calorie requirements” he noted Modi said that even under the mid-day meal schemeschool going children are entitled to about 150 grams of food grain and 30 grams of pulses for one meal “As against thisan adult food insecure person is proposed to be given 165 grams for two meals per day This does not address even calorific securitynot to talk about nutritional securitywhich is the main objective of the Food Security Bill” he claimed “Approximately 100 grams of food grains provides 350 calories As per this calculationone person should get 21 kg of food grainagainst which you (Centre) plan to give only 7 kg of food grains” Modi noted “You are not able to offer even half of the calories required by a below poverty line family So how will the country improve and how will food security be achieved” Modi alleged For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: April 9 2014 5:55 pm Related News A major fire broke out in the annexe of the Civil Secretariatthe seat of Jammu and Kashmir governmenthere today lames and smoke started billowing from the two-storey wooden structure adjacent to the main building of the Civil Secretariat minutes before the scheduled opening of the offices at 930 amofficials said The buildingwhich houses among other offices of the Education Department and Medical dispensarywas engulfed in flames within no timethey said They said it was not clear whether any employee is trapped in the building even as fire tenders are trying to douse the flames The cause of the fire was not immediately known Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said the cause of the fire and the extent of the damageparticularly of records stored in the offices at the annexe will take some time to assess The annexe houses the offices of technical educationhigher educationforestaccounts and treasurieshe said in a Twitter post For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Kolkata | Updated: June 5 2017 4:18 pm The CBI has registered a case against Roy his wife Radhika and RRPR Holdings for allegedly causing losses of Rs 48 crore to ICICI Bank Related News West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today expressed shock over the CBI searches at NDTV founder Prannoy Roy’s New Delhi residence and three other locations for allegedly causing losses to a private bank Banerjee described Roy as “highly respected and reputed” and said the trend of conducting such search operations was “disturbing” “Shocked at the raids on Dr @PrannoyRoyNDTV’s house He is highly respected and reputed Disturbing trend” Banerjee tweeted Shocked at the raids on Dr @PrannoyRoyNDTV‘s house He is highly respected and reputed Disturbing trend — Mamata Banerjee (@MamataOfficial) June 5 2017 The CBI has registered a case against Roy his wife Radhika and RRPR Holdings for allegedly causing losses of Rs 48 crore to ICICI Bank agency sources said They said the agency was conducting searches at four places in the national capital and Dehradun For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News

speaking on condition of anonymity as he is not authorised to make announcements on procurements.A second defence official confirmed the value of the contract at about $1 billion and said the aircraft were expected to enter service over the next three years Amrita Dhindsa a spokeswoman for Boeing defence space and security in India said she was not in a position to say anything on the contract and referred all questions to the defence ministry But she said the P81 was an aircraft used for not only for long-range patrol but was also equipped with Harpoon missiles for anti-submarine warfare India has been building up its naval surveillance capabilities since China’s navy expanded its reach and sent submarines including a nuclear-powered boat that docked in Sri Lanka across the Indian Ocean The deal signed during a visit by the US Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition Frank Kendall marks a further tightening of India’s ties with the United States which has emerged as a top arms supplier in recent years for India’s largely Soviet-equipped military A US embassy spokesman was not immediately available for comment Boeing last year completed the delivery of the last of the aircraft under the previous order worth $21 billion an industry source said The Indian navy has deployed some of its P8-I aircraft to the remote Andaman and Nicobar islands near the Malacca Straits and two other routes into the Indian Ocean for military and commercial shipping For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: September 1 2017 6:53 pm A Gentleman box office collection day 7: The film has witnessed a dip since the beginning of this week Related News A Gentleman despite having actors like Jacqueline Fernandez and Sidharth Malhotra who have a strong fan base in Bollywood has not been able to rise and shine in its first week “#AGentleman Fri 404 cr Sat 436 cr Sun 473 cr Mon 203 cr Tue 160 cr Wed 171 cr Thu 135 cr Total: 1982 cr India biz FLOP” Taran Adarsh wrote on Twitter With releases like Shubh Mangal Savdhan and Baadshaho this week A Gentleman is not expected to perform well at the box office On the first crucial three days the collection of A Gentleman had remained nearly stagnant Monday onwards the film witnessed a dip A factorthat might have affected the collection of the film may have been the sudden curfew that was called in the states of Haryana and Punjab post the verdict of Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh A Gentleman was directed by Raj and DK The plot revolved around a spy named Rishi Jacqueline Fernandez plays an Indian girl Kavya raised in Miami #AGentleman Fri 404 cr Sat 436 cr Sun 473 cr Mon 203 cr Tue 160 cr Wed 171 cr Thu 135 cr Total: 1982 cr India biz FLOP — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) September 1 2017 “Sidharth Malhotra who helms this enterprise plays a good guy who can also be bad Now while the handsome Malhotra is perfectly pitched as the ‘sundar’ and ‘susheel’ fella of the title he isn’t quite as convincing in his ‘risky’ avatar” film critic Shubhra Gupta had mentioned in her review “And while we are fully O-ding on the eye-candy on display (there’s ample evidence that Malhotra and Fernandez both possess washboard abs and other whistle-worthy attributes) we also wish that there was some more comic-book energy in the plot which keeps sliding and slowing” she mentioned about their on screen chemistry For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: October 21 2017 9:40 am “The government cannot remain a mute spectator on thestrike This is affecting the public at large especially during the festive season” the court added Top News The strike by employees of the Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) was called off on Friday late night according to news agency ANI The decision to call off the strike was taken in a late night Core committee meeting Earlier in the day the Bombay High Court had also ordered to call it off terming thethe ongoing strike of the employees of the MSRTC “illegal” anddirected themto resume work immediately “The strike is illegal and they (MSRTC staff) aredirected to resume work with immediate effect” the courtsaid According to a PTI report Justice S K Shinde also directedthe committee set up by the state government to look into theemployees’ issues to submit its interim report by November 15and the final report on December 21 “The government cannot remain a mute spectator on thestrike This is affecting the public at large especially during the festive season” the court added More than one lakh MSRTC employees went on an indefinite strike from Tuesday demanding a salary hike in accordance withthe Seventh Pay Commission recommendations On Friday lakhs of commuters resuming work post Diwali faced inconvenience due to the ongoing strike With PTI Inputs For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Ashutosh Bhardwaj | New Delhi | Updated: November 8 2015 3:46 am Film star Anupam Kher with Madhur Bhandker and others after meet Rastrapati Pranab mukherjee at RP Bhawan in new Delhi on Saturday (Source: Express photo by Prem Nath Pandey) Related News Organised by the RSS’s cultural wing Sanskar Bharti led by actor Anupam Kher and ending with a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi the ‘March for India’ rally held here Saturday against artistes who had returned awards citing intolerance in the country was unequivocal about what it thought their colleagues were: “Traitors who deserved to be thrown across the Wagah border” No one was spared — historians journalists or Shah Rukh Khan “Dhongi sahityakaron ko jute maaro saalon ko (Hit the fraud historians with boots)” said one slogan “Presstitues suck up to Europeans Presstitues go to hell” went another “The day Shah Rukh Khan’s movie is released” said actor Raja Bundela “free tickets are distributed to Muslims” Later after he had met a group of the marchers Modi issued a statement saying “Indian culture goes beyond tolerance and talks of acceptance” His office also released a photograph of the PM with the group Share This Article Related Article Members of several wings of the BJP and RSS and of the Akhil Bharatiya Kranti Dal headed by the party’s controversial MP Yogi Adtiyanath were present at the march Tweets by participants such as Kher and others were retweeted by the BJP’s official handle The country is more tolerant than ever the marchers said terming the writers filmmakers and artistes who had returned awards as “deshdrohi (traitors)” The crowd repeatedly broke into solgans of “Bharat Mata ki jai” “Vande Mataram” “India is great” “India is tolerant” “Any brutal killing is condemnable We strongly condemn it and expect swift justice But in the garb of this if some people attempt to defame India at the international platform following a well-planned strategy then we should reflect on it” read a memorandum signed by several eminent personalities from the field of art and culture which was submitted by the marchers to President Pranab Mukherjee “We firmly believe that the protest of any writer should be respected… but if this protest is part of any specific plan it should be exposed” the memorandum said While a few thousand participated in the march from National Museum to Vijay Chowk a delegation including Kher and filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar met the President and later Modi Sanskar Bharti South Delhi president Rekha Gupta who is the mother of actress Esha Gupta said “The Sanskar Bharti has been given the task of organising this march We will continue spreading ‘awareness’” Kher and Bhandarkar were associated with the Sanskar Bharti Gupta said While she accepted that the Sanskar Bharti was a cultural wing of the RSS she claimed “There is no politics (in the march) Today Indian pride has got bolstered before the world due to Modiji Such incidents have happened earlier… (Mohammed) Akhlaq (who was lynched in Dadri) was not the only one who was killed People are killed daily” They had mobilised all their resources Gupta said “I am the national president of the Mahila Agrawal Sammelan It has 22 crore people in India I have called all of them” Another co-organiser Gajendra Solanki who anchored the march has been associated with various RSS wings “The way the atmosphere has been created by the media and a few writers… it hurts us We realised it was a conspiracy to defame India before the world and decided to counter it The first meeting was held on October 28 and then a major rally was planned” he said Eminent Kannada writer S L Bhyrappa said “The people who had appealed to the US government to deny visa to Modi when he was the Gujarat chief minister are now tarnishing his image… They want him to fail This is pure politics We will not let this happen” Filmmakers openly targeted colleagues on basis of religion which is largely unheard of in the tight-knit community Playback singer Abhijeet who has sung many of Shah Rukh’s famous songs was among the most vituperative “He has become a hero from zero in 25-30 years I have sung songs for him… ‘I am the best’ (a song from Shah Rukh-starrer Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani) Not he I am the best He should be proud of Hindustan Hafiz saheb (Pakistan-based terrorist Hafiz Saeed) has invited him (to Pakistan) If he goes we will go to drop him and if he says take me back we will not let him return” Abhijeet said “This march will end when we drop such persons across the Wagah border” he added “Shah Rukh Khan won’t speak about America where he was frisked twice America must have some information which makes him keep quiet Shah Rukh has his own compulsions The day his movie is released free tickets are distributed to Muslims” said Raja Bundela “Hindi cinema has been divided into two ideologies Left and others Today we are questioning it These filmmakers should make movies on Chandrashekhar Azad and Subhas Chandra Bose This country has 80 per cent Hindus their ideology cannot be termed communal” added Bundela Asserting that India is tolerant Abhijeet said: “It is our tolerance that we have not yet thrown Arundhati Roy who moves around with Yasin Malik Naxals to the other side of Wagah border The writers have been given money to protest This country has given them food awards Still they defame this country We won’t spare them” Co-organiser Solanki claimed that many national award-winning filmmakers writers artistes had participated in the march Those present included Hindi filmmaker Priyadarshan Manipuri filmmaker Imo Singh flutist Ronu Majumdar and lyricist Sameer Many admitted they came on the call of friends and while they opposed the “award wapasi” they also dissociated themselves from the loud slogans of the protesters “Anupam Kher asked us to come Filmmakers should not have returned the awards but we are here only to oppose them We are not into any politics” said Mala Dey who won national award for Hindi film Rudali Journalist heckled A woman journalist of NDTV Bhairavi Singh was abused and heckled by the angry mob at the rally She later tagged Anupam Kher in a series of tweets “First was called a prostitute heckled chased just for saying that the Indian creative world is divided on this issue… Now of course being terrorised on tweeter as well… just for giving my point of view” First was called a prostitute heckled chased just for saying that the Indian creative world is divided on this issue @AnupamPkher — Bhairavi Singh (@Bhairavi_NDTV) November 7 2015 //platformtwittercom/widgetsjs Kher said: “If any individual has done this I apologise as there is no place for such intolerance” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News (Reuters/File) India signed a contract on Wednesday to buy four maritime spy planes from Boeing Co for about $1 billion, which meant they were 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