800 crore Smart City Plan of the civic body, in Trenz village.
Bengal Governor seeks report on girl student being forced to drink urine?IEJuly 10) Although the West Bengal governor has sought a report on the matterthe response of the state government has been inadequate and disheartening on the whole Bidyut K Chatterjee Faridabad For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: May 1 2017 11:46 pm Cardiac surgeon performing heart transplant (Representational Image) Top News Stent manufacturers want the government to apply differential pricing for drug-eluting stents by classifying them on the basis of technology used Such a move will reward quality and innovation to keep the segment viable while also giving physicians broader treatment options according to two industry bodies — AdvaMed and MTaI Drug-eluting stents (DES) have a polymer coating over mesh that emits a drug over time that prevent blockage of arteries from recurring These are considered superior over bare metal stents which are a mesh-like tube of thin wires In February this year the NPPA had brought stents under price control and capped their price at Rs 7260 for bare metal variety and Rs 29600 for DES The corresponding average MRPs before the price control stood at Rs 45100 and Rs 121 lakh respectively With the government rejecting applications from Abbott and Medtronic to withdraw their advanced DES Medical Technology Association of India (MTaI) said if all the DES were treated as same on pricing front then companies must be allowed to decide to what to sell in the market Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed) said the government must consider the innovative nature and provide differentiation among different generations of DES and not generalise “such a high tech and hugely important sector of medical devices” “It is important to have a differential pricing model for making available multiple variants of DES offering varied benefits to patients and physicians” AdvaMed said in a statement Suggesting three categories of DES AdvaMed said Class I must be for majority of cases; Class II for complex cases and Class III for innovative ones “This will ensure that patients have access to quality medical devices physicians have broad treatment options to address complex diseases” it said Moreover with such classification India’s nascent medical technology industry will be rewarded for introducing new and innovative technologies by securing the economic viability of desirable products it added Expressing similar views MTaI said the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) had decided on one price for all drug-eluting stents on the basis that later generations of DES are not superior to earlier generations “So if all the drug-eluting stents are the same the industry should have some freedom in deciding which stents to market as long as a broad range still stays available” MTaI said in the statement For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: As India marks 25 years of its partnership with ASEAN and in keeping with its Act East Policy External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will visit Thailand Indonesia and Singapore from 4-8 January it was announced on Tuesday File image of Sushma Swaraj Twitter @MEAIndia According to a statement issued by the External Affairs Ministry Sushma Swaraj will visit Thailand on 4-5 January during the course of which she will hold a meeting with Thai Minister of Foreign Affairs Don Pramudwinai "All aspects of bilateral relations with Thailand will be discussed with particular focus on political defence and economic ties and on further enhancing India’s engagement with Asean (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) countries" the statement said adding that Thailand would assume the role of coordinator country for India-Asean relations in the middle of this year During her Indonesia visit from 5-6 January Sushma Swaraj will co-chair the fifth meeting of the India-Indonesia Joint Commission with her Indonesian counterpart Retno Marsudi The ministers will also inaugurate the second meeting of the Asean-India Network of Think Tanks She will also call on Indonesian President Joko Widodo and have other official engagements including an interaction with representatives of the Indian community The Indian minister also meet the new Secretary General of Asean Lim Jock Hoi the statement said adding: "As the biggest country in the Asean region with the largest economy Indonesia is an important partner for India including in trade and strategic matters In recent times there has been intensive engagement between the two countries bilaterally as well as plurilaterally" It said the Joint Commission meeting and other engagements of Sushma Swaraj would enable the two countries to chart out the course of partnership during the year 2018 She will visit Singapore from 6-8 January during which she will inaugurate the Regional Pravasi Bharatiya Divas (PBD) of Asean countries on 7 January The theme of this year’s event is "Ancient Route New Journey: Diaspora in the Dynamic Asean-India Partnership" Sushma Swaraj will have bilateral meetings with the leaders in Singapore and also interact with PIO delegations from Asean countries who will be participating in the PBD According to the statement the Regional PBD is a large scale event covering a wide range of sectors including political relations economic ties and investment tourism and culture connectivity start-ups and science and technology "PIO delegations from all Asean countries including ministers eminent personalities business and socio-political leaders are participating in the event" the statement said On all three legs of her visit Sushma Swaraj will share with her interlocutors relevant information about the forthcoming Asean-India Commemorative Summit in New Delhi on 25 January which marks 25 years of the establishment of Dialogue Partnership between India and the 10-nation regional bloc A series of events has been organized by the External Affairs Ministry over the last year to celebrate this jubilee in different Indian cities and also Asean countries which will culminate with the Summit in New Delhi India has also invited the leaders of the Asean countries for the Republic Day parade this year Written by Anuj Bhatia | Updated: December 15 2016 3:28 pm Nubia N1 mimics Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 in the design department Related News ZTE’s sub-brand Nubia wants to claim the smartphone market from the likes of Samsung Xiaomi Lenovo and OnePlus While Nubia Z11 is projected to be its flagship device with a bezel-less display and premium build the N1 will be a budget phone with focus on attractive price tag big battery and camera Nubia N1 is priced at Rs 11999 and will be exclusively made available on Amazon I have tried the phone on the launch day That’s hardly long enough to judge a device but here is my first impression Design display There’s no denying that manufacturers have completely ditched plastic in favour of metal Nubia is no different Nubia N1 has a unibody metal design but the design is very much influenced by Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 3 I also felt that Nubia N1 is a bit bulky at 89mm and just a tad heavier weighing 190 grams Some may argue that almost all smartphones in the mid-segment look more or less the same Also read:Moto M launched in India: Price Release date and specs The front of Nubia N1 is largely dominated by a 55-inch Full HD screen The phone has no physical buttons on its face instead you will notice the soft keys light up in red On the back there’s a 13-megapixel shooter with a red accent encircling the lens Also add a fingerprint scanner on the rear On the back there’s a 13-megapixel shooter with a red accent encircling the lens On the right-hand side you have the volume rocker and power switch On the left side opposite the power and volume button is a Micro SIM tray On the top is a 35mm audio jack on the bottom is a Type-C port alongside two speaker grilles Nubia N1’s earpiece and 13-megapixel front-facing camera are on the front I liked the large 55-inch Full HD (1920×1080) display The text appeared crisp and colours really popped out and this is a vivid screen Processor battery Packing an octa-core MediaTek Helio P10 processor with 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal memory (expandable up to 128GB) Nubia N1 isn’t going to set any speed records It is at par with any other mid-end smartphone priced below Rs 15000 During my brief testing the phone felt snappy enough to open and close applications I think it will easily handle day-to-day social media apps such as Facebook Twitter and Instagram to name a few Nubia N1 is a bit bulky at 89mm and just a tad heavier weighing 190 grams A long-lasting battery is always welcome on the phone Nubia estimates that the N1’s 5000mAh battery can last up to 31 days for normal usage and 19 days for pro-users For heavy users like myself battery is an important criteria when choosing a new smartphone I have constantly faced battery issues on smartphones and I just hope the Nubia N1 won’t disappoint Software Camera Nubia N1 runs Android 60 Marshmallow skinned with Nubia UI 40 on top of it The interface is simple to understand without much learning curve I like clean simple UIs and I think Nubia UI 40 is one of them Nubia N1 uses a 13-megapixel rear shooter and the front also has a 13-megapixel camera Although I’m yet to extensively test the 13-megapixel rear-camera on the N1 but what I’ve seen so far is not bad The 13-megapixel front-facing camera works well despite the not so-ideal lighting conditions in the demo zone Conclusion Nubia N1 seems to be a good phone but it will have a tough time standing out from the clutter The mid-end segment is becoming increasing competitive with a number of smartphones like Moto G4 Plus Zuk Z1 Redmi Note 3 K6 Power and Le 2 All priced below Rs 15000 some of these offer excellent and long battery life improved cameras and better software experience My only complain about Nubia N1 (so far) is its bland and unimpressive design For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsKozhikode:Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy on Monday hit back at CPM politburo member Pinarayi Vijayan who has alleged that there is a secret tie-up between the Congress-led UDF and the BJP-RSS in Kerala for the upcoming assembly polls Addressing reporters here Chandy who is touring the northern districts of the state as part of the election campaign said the Congress has never ever tied up with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP while the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) has done so "I am surprised that Vijayan is making baseless allegations about this and who does not know that it’s being done purposefully to appease the minority community (Muslims) to get a few votes" said Chandy Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy Image courtesy PIB Elaborating on the tie-up that the CPM in Kerala had with the erstwhile Jana Sangh Chandy said "Soon after the lifting of Emergency in 1977 we saw that Vijayan contested the assembly polls and so did KG Marar the Jana Sangh leader" "They shared the stage together and a tie-up was there between the two parties They said they joined hands because of the Emergency but the elections were held after lifting of the Emergency so that does not hold good to substantiate their tie-up And instead they are blaming us" said Chandy Chandy pointed out that during the Bihar assembly polls last year the CPI-M had played truant "The CPI-M has a blind opposition to (Congress president) Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi; otherwise they would have joined the grand alliance in Bihar Instead they contested separately and it helped the BJP to win an additional 11 seats" said Chandy "Vijayan should now come clear on his allegations that I had talks with the BJP/RSS" said Chandy In Kerala the principle poll battle is between the traditional rivals – the UDF and the CPM led LDF while the BJP is yet to open its account in the 140-member Kerala assembly During the 2011 assembly polls the BJP finished second in just three constituencies while it was pushed to a distant third in more than 100 constituencies With the BJP increasing its vote share gradually over the years from single digit in the 2006 assembly polls to double digits in the last local body elections the traditional rival fronts are yet to come to terms on which among them is going to benefit State BJP president Kummanem Rajasekheran on Monday lashed out at both fronts and said the CPI-M and Congress are playing a double game to fool the people "In West Bengal the Congress and CPI-M are hand in glove while they are here to fool the people They fight each other in the open but on the sly they join hands together to see that they defeat the BJP here" said Rajasekheran in a press release New Delhi: India said Thursday it was ready to hold talks with China with both sides pulling back their forces to end a standoff along a disputed territory high in the Himalayan mountains Tensions flared in June in the southernmost part of Tibet in an area also claimed by Indian ally Bhutan after Chinese teams began building a road onto the Doka La plateau The tiny Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan turned to help from New Delhi which sent troops across the border from the northeastern state of Sikkim China retaliated by closing a nearby mountain pass that Indian pilgrims use to reach Mount Kailash a sacred Hindu and Buddhist site in Tibet File image of Sushma Swaraj PTI India’s external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj said that a 2012 agreement bound China and India to settle the boundary issue with Bhutan Her response came as China demanded that Indian forces leave the area to avoid an escalation India and China fought a bloody war in 1962 Speaking in Parliament on Thursday Swaraj said that Chinese forces recently came with bulldozers and excavators with the intent of building infrastructure that would change the status quo In the past the Chinese have built temporary roads in the area "If China unilaterally changes the status quo of the tri-junction it becomes a matter of security concern for India" she said referring to the area where the three countries meet Swaraj said China has been demanding that India withdraw its forces from the area "If China wants to discuss the matter both sides should withdraw their forces and talk’" she said She also said that China was becoming "aggressive" with Bhutan following its protest of the Chinese move The crisis is expected to be discussed when Indian national security adviser Ajit Doval visits Beijing on 27-28 July to take part in a security forum under the BRICS group of large developing nations that includes Brazil Russia India China and South Africa The nuclear-armed neighbors share a 3500-kilometer border much of it contested (Source: Instagram) Related News Gautam Gambhir on Wednesday became a father for the second time and welcomed the ‘little angel’ to the family. 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800 crore Smart City Plan of the civic body, in Trenz village.