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Maharashtra Lift, “It is Nagpur where research work to jeopardise the?By: PTI | Updated: November 30Investigations have revealed that the girl was murdered on March 12, said Inspector S N Mehta of Upleta police Mehta has now become a complainant in the case He said Hamir Rabarihis wife Jethiand two sons Sura and Govind strangulated Lilu (20) at their residence in Ganod village The accused were reportedly against her affair with one Suresh Patel from the same village Patel had recently shifted to Dhoraji According to the policePatel had allegedly been beaten up by the accused on March 11when he had come to celebrate Holi The police said the Rabaris had caught the couple locked in a roomfollowing which they beat up Patelwho sustained multiple fractures Patel later registered an attempt to murder case against the Rabaris and the following daythe family allegedly killed Lilu The police said they received a tip-off about the murder some days ago after which they launched an investigation and found the allegations to be true The police have said the department will seek help of the Forensic Science Laboratory to find out more evidence For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Ahmedabad | Published: February 1 2012 11:29 am Related News In a relief to Narendra Modithe Gujarat High Court today rejected a petition seeking directions to the Nanavati Commission to summon the state’s chief minister for interrogation in connection with the 2002 riots A division bench of Justice Akil Kureshi and Sonia Gokaniwhile rejecting the application of NGO Jan Sangarsh Manch (JSM)observed that the Commission has larger discretionary powers to call witnesses The court further said it did not find any substance in the Manch’s application seeking directions for summoning Modi JSMrepresenting some riot victimshad approached the High Court to direct the Commission to call Modi after the Commission of Justice G T Nanavati and Justice Akshay Mehtaprobing the 2002 riot cases had rejected JSM’s plea on the same JSM’s lawyer Mukul Sinha submitted that Modi should be summoned by the Commission as the role of the chief minister falls within the ambit of the probe panel’s inquiry The state governmentin new terms of reference announced in 2005had given the probe panel the liberty to examine the conduct of the chief ministerSinha stated There are many questions related to riots that can be answered only by the Chief Ministerhe said How will the truth come out if there is no examination or cross-examinationSinha asked Sinha had also asked for the cross-examination of the chief minister’s three staff members Reacting to the verdictSinha said they would approach the Supreme Court Advocate General Kamal Trivediappearing for the state governmenthad submitted that the appeal was not maintainable under law as the Commission’s Act does not allow any third party to demand for questioning of any person Trivedi said it is for the Commission to decided whom it will call for questioning He suggested the court should leave it to the Commission to decide whether to call Modi or not as it works under its own rules and procedures as per the Commission’s act The Supreme Court-appointed Special Investigation Team (SIT) had earlier questioned Modi on 2002 riots for over ten hours in 2010 Nanavati Commission was formed in 2002 after the post-Godhra riots In 2004terms of reference of the Commission was expanded and the role of the chief minster was included in its purview For all the latest News Archive News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Bloomberg | Published: September 6 2017 3:49 pm The game became a social phenomenon with adults and children gathering in parks and public areas to train their Pokémon The fad is still going strong with new characters and upgrades being added regularly (Image Source: Bloomberg) Related News It’s been more than a year since Pokémon Go took the world by storm getting people to wander outside and look for virtual monsters with their smartphones The game became a social phenomenon with adults and children gathering in parks and public areas to train their Pokémon The fad is still going strong with new characters and upgrades being added regularly More than 65 million people use the app each month although it’s down from a peak In the US the game is among the 20 most-lucrative apps this year holding the top spot for about a week in July For the companies behind Pokémon Go – Niantic Inc Pokémon Co and Nintendo Co – the game has been an earnings bonanza with revenue estimates ranging from $15 billion to $2 billion Nintendo has reported 236 billion yen ($215 million) in income from equity stakes in other companies the bulk of which came from its partial ownership of the Pokémon company Tsunekazu Ishihara chief executive officer of Tokyo-based Pokémon says this is just the beginning He sat down with Bloomberg News to discuss the future of the smartphone title Nintendo’s Switch gaming machine and his company’s upcoming Pokémon game for the new console Earlier Pokemon games spanned titles on Nintendo’s portable handheld players as well as trading cards cartoons comics and toys That created a rich pop-culture history and consumer affection that the smartphone title has tapped into Ishihara has bigger plans for Pokémon Go including the ability to trade the virtual monsters and battle one-on-one key features seen in other Pokémon-based games While others have mentioned these might be coming this is the first confirmation by the company itself By adding new elements to the game Ishihara is betting that people will keep coming back to play to discover new things “We’ve only accomplished 10 percent of what Pokémon and Niantic are trying to do so going forward we will have to include fundamental Pokémon experiences such as Pokémon trading and peer-to-peer battles and other possibilities Depending on location there are many Pokémon with different characteristics So what do we do with those and the real world One view is to have chilly Pokémon in a cold climate but then that would also mean that people born on a tropical island won’t be able to catch them So we are always thinking of how to find the right balance between game design how our Pokémon should exist and how players feel about their collections” “Right now if you go to the coast you can catch water Pokémon For example if you have a setting for electric-type Pokémon (such as Pikachu) to appear at power plants is that really a good idea for you to find one in such a location – is it safe and is it OK regionally We see it as a very realistic problem On the other hand it has created a lot of social problems When too many people gather it causes mass confusion Also this isn’t limited to Pokémon Go but the issue of staring at smartphones while walking is something we have to focus on and think about” Ishihara also spoke at length about augmented reality a technology that superimposes virtual characters and scenes onto real-world images (Image Source: Bloomberg) In June Ishihara revealed that a role-playing Pokémon game was under development for the Switch A 16-second clip of the announcement caused Nintendo’s stock price to jump as much as 3 percent in US trading as investors bet the new title will boost Switch sales Ishihara shared a few more details about the game which is set to be released in 2018 or later “With the Switch we see it as a chance to create Pokémon that goes deeper and with a higher level of expression As a result that makes it an extremely important platform” “Right now we’re using 7 to 8 inch screens but on a high-definition TV you can express a whole different world with graphics and sound” “Until now games were made as one for one person but now you can go home and play with everyone – so how do we tackle these themes and how do we make sure it’s not complicated” “I can’t say that we’ll release accessories but I’d like to think of that possibility” “Unlike smartphones the Switch is not a game device that assumes that there’s constant network connectivity So from our perspective it’s really not that different from DS or 3DS in terms of connectivity” Ishihara also spoke at length about augmented reality a technology that superimposes virtual characters and scenes onto real-world images He said that this fits well with the Pokémon company’s vision of blending fantasy with reality as Pokémon Go did as a location-based game “With current AR even if you say Pikachu is there no one really thinks that But that reality is just one step away For example you’ll be able to find Pikachu and it can sense this table and jump on it and you can see its shadow on the table and then it faces you and starts talking to you We will see the birth of this reality that is another step up from the current Pokémon Go And I’ve only mentioned the visual aspect but you can add haptic and rumble technology to that” “Voice-activated assistants are increasing Whether it is Google Home or Amazon or Apple Homepod there are many of them and we could see these dialogue-based devices give birth of a new form of entertainment Switch is just one of the possible platforms I think we will open up more possibilities from all these platforms Playing in a more realistic way should be possible” Ishihara said For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App

and aanee-ji-bhaji or fish roe curry. It’s the epic season of the Meghdootam and the clouds come bearing tidings of hot masala chai and sizzling pakodas. Sion, The NDRF, in which the animals had an intact and unedited immune system.21 Tata Indicas (compared to 16 last year) were stolen till July this year.35 PM, where documents were handed over to the taxmen. “We decided to go with a smaller size to make the book handy for the buyer. There are leaders who can make a difference, says Prem Kamathgeneral managerChannel V With VJ Juhi appealing to the viewers and Lola Kutty travelling across cities and testing peoples knowledge on electionsit looks like casting your vote is the in thing this season For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS Written by Vishnu Makhijani | New Delhi | Published: August 12 2016 4:39 pm The book is a visual documentation of the evolution of most prominent temple styles spanning more than 2000 years (Source: Wikimedia Commons) Top News It’s rare to come across an individual who’s adept with both pen and camera — more so when photography grew out of a casual remark Tarun Chopra is one such and what he has managed with “Temples of India – Abode of the Divine” his 12th book is to also trace the evolution of temple building with major architectural trendsetting examples To this extent “Temples of India” (Prakash Books/pp 360/Rs 1295) with its plethora of photographs illustrations ground plans and sections is a valuable resource for both experts and lay persons to understand the fascinating science of geometry and architecture as temple-building evolved over some 2000 years Ten years in the making and based on painstaking research of the ancient texts of Shilpa Shastra and Vaastu Shastra as also interactions with temple priests the effort is quite an eye-opener “I visited the temples of varied faiths It somehow compels you to think if there is a God He has to be one for all He cannot be different for each religionThe realisation then dawns that there is one Supreme cosmic power which itself has no religion” Chopra told IANS in an interview A 48-page introduction makes for a handy primer on subjects like the oral tradition Vaastu Shastra Vaastupurushamandala (the metaphysical plan of a building)the legend of Vaastupurusha temple builders traditional building rites and rituals the main architectural features of a Hindu temple iconography of the temple proportional measurements of an image and temples as the markers of energy zones This sets the tone for Tripping On the Divine: a visual documentation of the evolution of most prominent temple styles spanning more than 2000 years This book is not based on the temples of religious importance; rather the temples illustrated in it are purely on their architectural merit (Source: Amazonin) “Very few places in the world offer this vast a canvas of art and architecture This book is not based on the temples of religious importance; rather the temples illustrated in it are purely on their architectural merit Many of them have unique qualifications to be first of their kind in the Indian subcontinent and in the world Some temples are the stepping stones of architectural styles and initiated temple styles that evolved for the next 1000 years” Chopra writes Most of the 28 temples featured are A-listers — Sanchi Ajanta Ellora Elephanta Kanchipuram Shravanabelagola Khajuraho Trichy Madurai and Hampi to name just a few There are also some not too well known at least for readers in North India Among them are Teli Ka Mandir in Gwalior Fort Gangaikondacholapuram (a smaller replica of the Brihadeshwara Temple in Tanjore) Darasuram (Tamil Nadu) and Aihole (Karnataka) The bulk of the temples are located in South India and Chopra explained it thus: “Due to waves and waves of invasions that North India experienced at the hands of idol breakers the temples in this region bore most of its brunt Since the temples down south were relatively protected due to geographical distance there is a wide variety of architectural styles that still exists today” “Temples…” is a logical extension of Chopra’s 11 previous books most of which have India as their theme “My bestselling book ‘Holy Cow and the Other Indian Stories’ contains small chapters answering simple questions about India why cows are on the road why we get stamped so many times at the airport the chaos that exists on the roads.

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