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Tamil Nadu didnt do all that bad as they kept the hosts under check Apart from snaring two in the same overAshwin bowled continuously for 31 overs from the pavilion end either side of lunch to stop the Railways middle order from surging ahead Even debutant left-armer spinner Aushik Srinivas was economicalgiving away only 29 runs in his 15 overs Scorecard Railways 1 st innings: F Fazal st D Karthik b Ashwin 70V Cheluvaraj c Srinivas b Mukund 13S Bangar batting 111TP Singh c Vijay b Ashwin 4Y Goud c Mukund b Suresh 14S Sanyal batting 6Extras (b 6lb 10n 3w 5) 24Total (for four wickets; 94 overs) 242; FoW: 1-55 (206Cheluvaraj)2-135 (532Fazal)3-139 (536Singh)4-215 (854Goud); Bowling: L Balaji 16-5-37-0R Jesuraj 18-3-48-0C Ganapathi 8-3-18-0A Mukund 2-0-4-1R Ashwin 33-8-84-2A Srinivas 15-5-29-0S Suresh Kumar 2-0-6-1 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: September 29 2009 10:51 pm Related News The journey home from her evening classes at college was a daily nightmare for 19-year-old Economics studentAyesha Chaudhary It either meant a longlonely wait in the dark outside the college gate for her mother to come pick her up or a panic hunt for a bus or an autorickshaw to take her home in Vasant Kunj Though Ayesha had no complaints with her studies and secured a respectable 65 per cent marks in her first yearit was an incident that she witnessed a few months ago that drove her request for migration from the college On July 30Ayesha saw some people assault two girls on the road outside the college and that is when she knew action was essential She decided to move to a day college But to Ayeshas dismay her college Ram Lal Anand College (Evening) at Benito Juarez Marg refused to give a no-objection certificate for migration to Maitreyi College in Chanakyapuri The teenagerhoweverdecided to challenge the colleges decision and moved the Delhi High Court saying she was concerned about her safety and though evening classes are usually over by 7 pmthere were many instances when she had to stay back after college hours The court sided with Ayeshadirecting her college to give a migration certificate with immediate effect to a day college of her choice It gets dark and the road outside the college becomes lonely and deserted especially in the winters and proper transport facilities are also not available outside the college? An all-party delegation visiting J&K for a day won’t achieve anything.com/XqLh8CHRqz — ANI (@ANI_news) July 18, The front camera supports full HD 1080p video recording as well. The number of registered unemployed youth at present is 602979, an official of the Employment Department said here Several measures are being taken to tackle umeployment in Jammu and Kashmir The Sher-i-Kashmir Employment and Welfare Programme for the Youth (SKEWPY) has been launched in the State to tackle the problems of unemployment in a systematic and coordinated mannerhe said The programme envisages interim relief in the form of Voluntary Service Allowance (VSA) to unemployed youth till they finally get regular employmentmore than 22800 youth have been coveredhe said The employment department has offered opportunities to the youth for setting up of self Employment units under J and K state self employment schemehe said During the years 2010-11 and 2011-122704 units and 2781 units have been set up providing means of livelihood to unemployed youthofficial said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Published: July 14 2016 10:56 am Phone apps can create 360-degree photos by stitching together images but a 360-degree camera is required for video Top News As cameras that shoot 360-degree photos and videos become affordable curious users will face a new challenge: Figuring out how to take meaningful and compelling shots in what’s effectively a new medium With 360 cameras it’s tough to stay out of the shot as there’s no hiding behind the lens And old video habits – like following subjects as they move will be difficult Whoever holds the camera no longer controls the field of vision With 360 cameras viewers do that in virtual-reality headsets phones or computers Some phone apps can create 360-degree photos by stitching together images similar to a panoramic shot but a 360-degree camera is required for video Ricoh’s 360-degree Theta S camera sells for $350 and LG’s 360 Cam costs $200 Samsung is also coming out with one this year Diving into 360 video means ditching traditional techniques that work well with smartphones and other cameras; doing otherwise means lots of dull 360 photos and videos This is a new way of capturing the physical world and it’s as distinct from normal photography as television was from radio It takes trial and error to create immersive clips that will make viewers feel as though they are there Videos become selfies 360-degree cameras work by stitching together images from two or more lenses It’s hard to stay out of the shot even with the camera turned sideways because the ultra-wide lenses are designed to capture everything from top to bottom It’s possible to minimize unintended selfies by holding the camera well overhead although any viewer who looks down during playback will see a hand A tripod helps – as long as strangers don’t run off with the camera There may be times the shooter wants to be part of the shot A 360-degree camera works well then It can capture the shooter’s reaction as a kid lodges water balloons Also popular are roller coaster 360 videos Richo’s 360-degree Theta S camera Forget framing avoid panning With ordinary video people are conditioned to move the camera to follow the subject Do this in 360 and it’ll make viewers dizzy Folks watching the video will be moving their heads when using a virtual-reality headset or moving the phone with an app like YouTube While shooting it’s OK to walk forward or backward slowly if necessary – just avoid panning to the left or right Be judicious Sometimes a traditional camera works better At Vatican City for instance St Peter’s Basilica is the highlight not the buildings to the side or the cars in the back With 360 that boring stuff stays in the shot Instead reserve 360 for situations that call for that full perspective It could give prospective home buyers a better sense of each room for instance Or with a shot of Rome’s Pantheon viewers can look up to see the dome that inspired Michelangelo and other artists Editing options are limited An app built for Theta cameras offers Instagram-like filters and allows trims to the beginning and end of videos But there’s no cropping to enlarge the subject or straighten the horizon as some apps offer with traditional video or photos The shooter needs to get it right on location something that’s tough to do because these cameras lack viewfinders A smartphone app can act as a virtual viewfinder but that’s cumbersome too; no one wants to see the shooter fiddling with a phone in the shot Although some apps offer zooming while watching the camera itself doesn’t offer this capability The Statue of Liberty feels tiny when captured from a nearby ferry Videos work best when what’s being captured is close such as the feeling of being part of a crowd Otherwise stick with a regular camera with a good zoom lens Missed opportunities A tool is good only if it gets used Sit near the stage at an outdoor philharmonic concert in New York and a 360-degree camera would show off how close it was to the stage with the rest of the audience in the back Pull out a regular camera instead and it’s just a missed opportunity to brag It takes practice to figure out not just how to take good images and when Location also matters For a play a shot from the audience isn’t as satisfying as one from the stage with the performers – though getting permission to shoot that way could take some arranging For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: September 25 2009 2:42 am Related News Theres some good news for those in the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) who are eagerly waiting for the day Eden Gardens will eventually get to host its next international match CAB joint-secretary Biswarup Dey has been included in the BCCIs TourProgramme and Fixture Committeewhich is a significant body within the Board that looks after the allocation of venues for international matches in the country Dey will represent the east zone at the BCCIs fixture committeeand will be jointly in charge of taking care of allotment of international matches to east zone venues The development comes across as welcome news for Kolkatawith cricket enthusiasts here yearning for the next international match at the Eden Gardens Eden last hosted an international fixture way back in 2007 India drew against Pakistan in a Test match in December that yearand earlier in February that yearan India-Sri Lanka ODI was washed out at Eden Since thenthe hallowed stadium hasnt hosted a single international matchwith the Indian Premier League (IPL) carnival making up for the loss to an extent in the summer of 2008 With the CAB joint-secretary now inducted into the all-important fixture committeethe CAB has got a platform of sorts to stake claim to an international match in the coming months AlreadyCAB president Jagmohan Dalmiya had written twice to the BCCI top brassrequesting them to look into Edens case and revise the existing rotation policy for one-dayerswhich is quite harsh towards the CAB in its existing form Over the past monthnews was tricking in that Eden is a strong contender for hosting one of the three Test matches to be played between India and Sri Lanka in November this year MeanwhileGujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi had a pleasant debut at the BCCIs 80th AGMcatching up and exchanging pleasantries with the key figuresincluding the CAB president In another heartening developmentthe BCCI has decided that it has allocated Rs 18 crore as TV rights disbursement for each and every state association affiliated to the Board Each state body will get Rs 10 crore as general TV rights share and Rs 8 crore as TV rights share for IPL BCCIs TourProgramme and Fixture committee: Lalit Modi (chairman)Aslam Goni (North)Vishnu Kumar Raju (South)Biswarup Dey (East)Rajesh Patel (West)Prem Dhar Pathak (Central)N Srinivasan (secretary/convenor) For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 9 2009 10:06 pm Related News Holding that it is necessary for a telecom operator to mention the charges for activating a service in the text message that offers itthe District Consumer Forum has directed Airtel to pay Rs 5000 as compensation for causing harassment and unfair trade practices The order came after the complainant Ranbir Singh said he had been getting regular messages from Airtelwhich informed that Rs 10 had been deducted from his account According to Singhs complaintthe message he has been getting since November 2008 states: Thanks for using DADA service on Airtel WAP You have been charged Rs 10?

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By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 1 2016 9:38 pm MInistry of External Affairs Spokesman Vikas Swarup.(Express photo) Top News India on Thursday was dismissive of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s fresh letter to UN chief on Kashmir saying any such move will not change the reality that part of Jammu and Kashmir is under Islamabad’s “illegal and forcible” occupation and that it has no locus standi to comment on internal situation in the Valley External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Vikas Swarup also criticised Pakistan’s decision to send 22 parliamentarians as special envoys to highlight the Kashmir issue on different international forums and said it would have been better to send “one envoy with the right message to the right country” indicating that Islamabad should have sent a representative here to discuss cross-border terror “They can write as many letters as they want but this will not change the reality on the ground The reality is that J&K is an integral part of India and part of J&K is under the illegal and forcible occupation of Pakistan “As far as internal situation in J&K is concerned we believe Pakistan has no locus standi in commenting on that and we are perfectly capable of dealing with it” Swarup said He was replying to a question on Sharif writing to the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon for the second time in a month seeking his intervention for sending a fact-finding mission to probe alleged human rights violations in the Valley On Sharif’s decision to send envoys to various countries to highlight the Kashmir issue he said the message has to be one of stopping support to cross-border terrorism ending incitement to violence in Jammu and Kashmir and putting an end to interference in India’s internal affairs “Sending out 22 envoys is not going to make their baseless and untenable claims legitimate Instead of sending 22 Envoys with the wrong message to the wrong countries it would have been better to send one Envoy with the right message to the right country” he said Asked about China-Pakistan economic corridor Swarup said it passes through India’s sovereign territory under illegal occupation of Pakistan and that “India would obviously have concerns about any project there happening with third party collaboration” On the US Secretary of State John Kerry’s comment that Pakistan was also a victim of terror the MEA Spokesperson said India did not say it was not “But we are asking who created that terror That is the real issue The thing that needs to be understood how did the victimisation start “For us the real issue is that there should not be any differentiation between good terrorist and bad terroist and Kerry had clearly said that” said Swarup Asked about Sharif criticising Modi’s remarks on Balochistan and PoK as unwarranted and in contravention of the UN charter in his letter to the UN Chief Swarup said the issue about people who are opperessed and crushed and raising it cannot be wrong He said the UN resolutions Sharif was referring to are a part of history adding there was no point in digging it up and that one has to move on with the “new realities and new perspectives” “If talking about this is wrong then many leaders of the world will have to stand in the dock…If we feel strongly about human rights violations happening in a particular part of the world then we have every right to raise those concerns We will raise those concerns we have raised those concerns in the past also “In fact what is blatant interference is cross border terorism what Pakistan has been indulging in again and again repeatedly “The capture of terrorist Bahadur Ali is a live example of what is interference in a country’s internal affairs where you are sending people armed to the hilt with the direct objective of creating mayhem and terror in another country That is real interfence and that is what Pakistan needs to stop” said the MEA spokesperson He said Shimla agreement and Lahore declaration of 1999 should be the framework under which India wants to move ahead with Pakistan On All India Radio enhancing services in Baloch language he said “Of course fresh services can be added or existing services can be augmented based on demand” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPudukottai | Published: March 22 2014 10:35 pm Related News Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram has expressed his desire to step down from electoral politics saying how long can he go on at the age of 68 “I have contested in eight elections and been a minister for 17 years I was not given ordinary portfolio like Textile Ministry Had such a ministry been given I would have served peacefully But I was given Home and Finance in which I had to work eighteen hours per day” he said addressing a Backward Class People’s conference at Tirumayyam near here late last night He said he would step down from electoral politics and choose to serve the people following the path of Mahatma Gandhi Claiming that he was a man of integrity Chidambaram said he had not taken to usury nor resorted to Kattapanchayat (Kangaroo’s court)(as a lawyer) I have not taken a single paise from anybody” “I am 68 now How long can I travel at this ageThose who are born should return to the earth I don’t believe in rebirth” the Minister said sounding philosophical Chidambaram has chosen not to contest the Lok Sabha polls and Congress has nominated his son Karti from his constituency of Sivaganga in Tamil Nadu For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsJesuit John Courtney Murray (1904-1967) is a key figure in any discussion about Church and state in modern times Gerry Whelan SJ was invited by the Loyola Institute TCD to speak about the man who made a major contribution on the issue at Vatican II particularly regarding the document on religious freedom Dignitatis Humanae Gerry Whelan was speaking at the recent three-day conference hosted by Loyola on ‘The Role of Church in a Pluralist Society: Good Riddance or Good Influence’ In an interview with Pat Coyle of Irish Jesuit Communications just before his talk he outlined the importance of Courtney Murray who he says”helped bring the Catholic Church out of the middle ages” in relation to its teaching on Church and state According to Gerry until 1964 the Catholic Church held that it should ideally be the official religion of the state and that there should be a formal intolerance of other religions With the help of the US bishops in particular and John Courtney Murray all that was to change In Ireland Gerry argues we see a similar pattern regarding how the Church related to the state in the pre-Vatican II era and it was much slower to change after Vatican II Indeed he says the whole vexed issue of how to be Irish and Catholic was never resolved until relations actually collapsed in recent times His conference talk was entitled ‘John Courtney Murray SJ two converging processes of Church and State’ He says Courtney Murray was a creative thinker who wanted to explore “the issue under the issues” raised in Vatican II John Courtney Murray turns to philosopher Bernard Lonergan SJ and says that the underlying issue of Vatican II was the change of mentality from classicism which views truth as a static deposit to historical consciousness which sees truth unfolding and developing in terms of dialogue with culture According to Gerry Whelan the Lonergan approach which John Courtney Murray espouses urges us to become intellectually converted wise people who make good decisions That means above all that we learn how to dialogue with culture learn from it “discern what is progress decline or redemption within it and go on to be catalysts for redemption” This dialogical process must be reflected within the Church also he contends The official Church must proceed with wisdom but its process of doing so must be inclusive and consultative if it is to be a credible and effective voice in society todayBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Updated: December 16 2014 2:54 pm Home Minister Rajnath Singh Related News There is “negligible” support from Indian youth for ISIS Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Tuesday giving credit to families from minority communities for discouraging their children from getting influenced by the terror group Singh also assured the Lok Sabha that no innocent person from minority community would be taken into custody with regard to suspected terror activities and if there are such instances these can be brought to his notice Read Also:India bans ISIS hunts for sympathisers “Minority communities of our country are discouraging this… Parents are discouraging their children (from coming under influence of radicalism) I appreciate it” Singh said during Question Hour amid thumping of desks by members Further he said that minorities in many countries are encouraging ISIS Singh made the remarks while responding to queries aboutthe threat of ISIS in India and steps taken by the government in this regard It is a fact that some of our youth followed ISIS but it is “negligible” the Minister said Noting that the government took cognisance immediately after ISIS activities began to spread in different parts of the world Singh ISIS has been prohibited “We are very much concerned about the activities of ISIS… We are taking all steps to contain it” he said Besides the government assured the House there is not much to worry about the prevailing situation Responding to a query on ISIS influence in India Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said the matter is “very very sensitive” and the details cannot be discussed in the House” “There is nothing much to worry… We need not very much worry about the prevailing situation” he noted A series of actions are being taken by the government including augmenting capacity of NSG and tightening of immigration control among others For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News got their passports 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