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Okuhara would also force Sindhu back into the final third and produce lovely drop shots to keep the Indian shuttler on her toes. so enlightening and a learning for me . pictwittercom/wyUMmVWfDD — Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) September 25 2015 //platformtwittercom/widgetsjs For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said that the BJP has submitted an affidavit in the Supreme Court stating that it won’t implement the Swaminathan Committee report which promises 50 percent profit to farmers Speaking at the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)’s National Farmers’ Conclave the Chief Minister said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) came to power promising to implement the report and now by denying it "they’re cheating farmers" Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal at party Kisan Sammelan in New Delhi on Saturday PTI "No one knows about this Every farmer should be told how they’ve been cheated We want to take this affidavit to every farmers’ house and this will be our first job" Kejriwal said He added that farmers were not asking for alms but only compensation for their work "Everyone should take a vow that Swaminathan Committee report will be implemented It’s our responsibility to ensure that farmers get proper price for their produce" The conclave which began at 11 am on Saturday at the Constitution Club of India in Delhi saw the participation of farmers’ representatives from 20 states and top AAP leaders In the first half of the conclave farmers’ problems were discussed and in the second half solutions were worked out Kejriwal said that the conclave came to the conclusion that cold storage markets should be set up for marketing and procurement of farm produce He also said that agro processing industries should be created near villages "This will provide employment to youth in villages and they won’t have to go to cities for jobs" The Chief Minister said that a special session of Parliament should be convened for discussing the current farmers’ crisis and added that it shouldn’t be limited to a discussion only Senior party leaders Gopal Rai Sanjay Singh Ashutosh Kumar Vishwas and others took part in the conclave By: Reuters | Updated: September 27 2017 9:13 am The JioPhone rolling out this week for a refundable deposit of 1500 rupees (05) will cost at least 2500 rupees to assemble the sources told Reuters (File Photo) Related News Reliance Industries’ telecom upstart Jio is footing at least 40 percent of the cost of its basic 4G phone two sources familiar with the matter said as it bets on recovering the investment by luring in millions of new customers The JioPhone rolling out this week for a refundable deposit of 1500 rupees ($2305) will cost at least 2500 rupees ($39) to assemble the sources told Reuters That means Jio will likely carry more than $150 million in costs for every 10 million JioPhones it sells And the company aims to build a subscriber base of between 250 million and 300 million users in the next two years said one of the sources Reliance Industries did not respond to a request for comment Some Reliance investors may flinch at the cost of subsidies but the scale of the outlay is a clear signal of the level of Jio’s ambition as it targets an audience of some 500 million who still cannot afford smartphones in India Jio’s advanced voice over LTE (VoLTE) network only works with 4G enabled devices inaccessible to many even at subsidised rates The significantly cheaper JioPhone however will open the Internet to a less affluent segment of Indians for the very first time “The 3000-rupee smartphone was not cutting it” the second source said “Reliance is making a bold attempt with this phone and data will be the key driver for them” Analysts estimate a majority of Indian feature phone users have an average revenue per user (ARPU) of rupees 50 or lower JioPhone’s 153 rupees monthly plan for so-called pre-paid users aims to drive up this ARPU the first source said Jio backed by India’s richest man Mukesh Ambani has amassed more than 128 million subscribers since its launch last year by offering free voice and cut-price data for months Over half a dozen wireless carriers compete for market share in major Indian cities but Reliance the first source said sees the telecom market being winnowed down into a three player market with just Jio and current leader Bharti Airtel and the Vodafone-Idea combine likely left standing The JioPhone is currently being manufactured in China based on a unit reviewed by Reuters but Reliance is likely to tap the likes of Foxconn and Flextronics which have facilities in India – to assemble it in the country a Reliance executive told Reuters previously The phone’s chipset being supplied by Qualcomm and China’s Spreadtrum is likely to be its most expensive component while batteries are likely to cost $3-$4 the first source said For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIs there any miracle in the offing in getting BS-VI rules two years early in smog-ridden Delhi On 15 November the government advanced introduction of ultra-clean Euro-VI grade petrol and diesel in Delhi by two years to April 2018 in a bid to fight air pollution that has reached at alarming levels India had in 2015 decided to leapfrog straight to Euro-VI emission norm compliant petrol and diesel from April 2020 from current Euro-IV grade according to a PTI report Making BS-VI rules early is also indicative of a regressive mindset that looks at vehicle owners as ‘rich’ when cars have become a necessity said sector experts “It is a socialistic way of thinking that owning cars is rich Cars are a very small part of the cause of pollution in Delhi” they said But is vehicular pollution the main cause of air pollution in Delhi An IIT-Kanpur study in 2015 found that the biggest contributor to pollution in the capital is road dust that accounts for about 35 percent of tiny particles known as PM 25 Vehicle emissions account for an average of 25 percent PM 25 levels going up to 36 percent in the winters according to an Economic Times report Image courtesy: Reuters The government is right in making Euro-VI grade petrol for Delhi but it is something that was to be rolled out anyways in 2020 “Making it seem that it is fast-forwarding the implementation two years early is a good media headline grabbing strategy Even in 2020 when the government was to roll it out it wasn’t going to be implemented all at once across the country That is simply not possible” pointed out R C Bhargava Chairman Maruti Suzuki All that has happened now is that the government is giving BS-VI grade fuel first in Delhi and it may take two years to give it to the rest of the country To take full advantage of this move says the Centre for Science and Environment vehicle technology has to move to BS-VI However the government has remained silent about when the fuel will be available to the rest of the country Automobile companies do not make vehicles in isolation for a city and to expect BS-VI compliant vehicles to be out in Delhi by 2018 would be foolish However a PTI report mentioned that automobile manufacturers said Euro-VI grade vehicles will not hit the roads before 2020 but the advancement gives them confidence to make investments in manufacturing such vehicles Benefits of BS-VI fuel The Centre for Science and Environment says BS-VI fuel will bring down sulphur by 5 times from the current BS-IV levels –- this is a whopping 80 percent reduction and makes this fuel extremely clean It will improve emissions from the existing fleet even from the older vehicles on road while allowing more advanced emissions control systems to be fitted in BS-VI vehicles when they begin to roll “With substantially cleaner fuel emissions control system in on-road fleet will improve and give some emissions benefits” said Anumita Roychowdhury Executive Director CSE and head of the organisation’s air pollution campaign There can be only some emissions benefits with this move of the government say sector experts unless a few major changes are brought about in vehicles plying on the road For starters the government should ban BS-I and BS-II compliant vehicles from plying on the roads suggests Vishnu Mathur director-general of the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers Clear up the mounds of mud collected on roadsides because of construction work and digging of roads that emit a lot dust says Bhargava of Maruti “There is solid municipal waste too that pollutes the air” A bench headed by National Green Tribunal (NGT) chairperson Justice Swatanter Kumar imposed a ban on the entry of diesel trucks more than ten years old and said that no vehicle from outside or within Delhi will be permitted to transport any construction material “Enforce that ban” urged Bhargava BS-VI grade fuel can be used in existing vehicles Similarly when the government came out with BS-IV grade fuel it could be used in BS-I BS-II and BS-III vehicles “Will superior grade fuel alone ensure lesser air pollution Why is there no data or study to support that Also can the authorities guarantee that BS-VI will lead to better air quality” asks S P Singh of All India Tyre Dealers Federation He suggests that the government should improve city transport by going in for electric vehicles For long hauls he suggest government and automobile manufacturers invest in liquefied natural gas (LNG) which is cleaner and cheaper than compressed natural gas (CNG) CNG can be used for buses cars and two-wheelers said Singh Written by Agencies | London | Published: March 30 2009 1:24 pm Related News Pop singer Madonna is to appear in a court in Malawian capital Lilongwe to seek permission to adopt four-year-old Mercy James The superstar landed in the African country along with her children Lourdes (12)Rocco (8) and three-year-old adopted son David Banda She is staying in the luxury Kumbali Lodge in Lilongwe The starwho wants to adopt the girl as a ‘sister’ to Bandaher first Malawian childrefused to speak about her controversial adoption plans Madonna is expected to appear before the judge to seek permission to adopt the four-year-old girl child If the adoption cannot be completedMadonna hopes a temporary custody order will allow her to take the child home to New York Meanwhilethe 50-year-old was seen strolling with her daughter in an impoverished villageChinkhota The starin a Chanel tracksuit top and straw hatwalked through Chinkhotaholding hands with Lourdes and urging her to say ‘How are you’ to the locals in their own language The star is said to have told the villagers about her plans to build a school and was seen looking at an artist’s impression of the building She is also expected to take her Malawian son to meet his new sister at Kumbali Lodgewhere Mercy has been staying for a few days and learning some English Madonna’s second adoption from the African country is expected to be as controversial as Banda’s in 2006 because Mercy’s surviving family is not too keen on giving up the child to the star If the adoption goes throughMadonna would become a single mother of four She also has an 8-year-old sonRoccowith former husband and British film director Guy Ritchie and her daughter Lourdes from a previous relationship She and Ritchie divorced last year after a seven and half year of marriage For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News the (MUHS), 60 million pieces of diamonds are sold every year.

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