Divyanka Tripathi, Vivek Dahiya on winning Nach Baliye 8: The show has promoted our relationship by three years

Divyanka Tripathi, Vivek Dahiya on winning Nach Baliye 8: The show has promoted our relationship by three years

Divyanka Tripathi, Vivek Dahiya on winning Nach Baliye 8: The show has promoted our relationship by three years

The favorite couple on television, Divyanka Tripathi and Vivek Dahiya, have more than one reason to celebrate the victory of Nach Baliye 8. Not only has the hard work of the three months been paid out since they overcame Sanaya Irani-Mohit Sehgal and Abigail Pande-Sanam Johar at the end of the series, but the time spent during filming took the two more than ever.

In an interview with indianexpress.com, the winning couple shared their journey Nach Baliye, which had its own ups and downs, and why the show is more personal experience than a competition.

In the last three months we have been promoted for three years in our relationship because Nach Baliye really helped us to better understand each other, to spend more time with each other and there are so many things that We have learned from each other, “said the duo, whose chemistry has been wanted from the moment they stepped onto stage Nach Baliye.

In fact, it was the emergence of his strong bond that helped the couple navigate through the poor results.

In the early phase of the competition, Divyanka and Vivek were better appreciated than being synchronized with each other rather than the quality of their actions.

The pair, however, opted for their play in the later stages of the series and gave surprising and solid performance. One thing, however, remained constant was the Divyanka fan base, courtesy of his drama Yeh Hai Mohabbatein.

It is because the base of loyal supporters that people have predicted Divyanka and Vivek reach the final and could even win. But the couple, themselves, what did they expect to get away from the title?

“(We are) delighted and pleasantly surprised! We are still numb and the feeling has not increased.

We want to thank all our #Divek fans and family members who made this victory. This trip is not only ours, but they have been with us for the last three months of the afternoon, asking us to vote for them and they did! The trophy can shine in our house, but it really belongs to all our fans, without their love, their support and their vote Nach our trip would never have had such a beautiful climax “, they replied.

Niti Aayog vindicates UPA’s claims on poverty alleviation

Niti Aayog vindicates UPA’s claims on poverty alleviation

Niti Aayog vindicates UPA’s claims on poverty alleviation

Vindicant the position of the UPA government in eliminating people from poverty, voluntary India’s national evaluation report on the implementation of sustainable development goals in the United Nations said sustained growth 8.3% from 2004-2005 to 2011-2012 and 6.2% 1993-1994 in 2003-2004 “profit generated

Employment and wage increases helped, which allowed the poor directly. “Niti Aayog led the preparation of the report as part of its coordinating role for Agenda 2030 for sustainable development.

The review report was presented to the UN last week and will be discussed at a meeting of the Multilateral Agency’s High-Level Political Forum in July.

The 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda called on several countries to begin efforts to achieve 17 targets set over the next 15 years.

“This has also led the government to a larger volume of income that allows it to withstand high levels of social spending and thus double the direct impact of growth in poverty,” the report said, adding that the establishment implemented various control measures Of the anti-poverty programs as against MGNREGA helped the weakest sectors of society. “The Mahatma Gandhi National Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA), for example, has generated more than 2 billion person-days of employment in 2016-17, largely for disadvantaged sections of the population. The society, “according to the report, pointing out that women and disadvantaged groups were the main beneficiaries of the employment guarantee system in rural areas, which represents 56% and 39% of workdays generated during the year Past, respectively.
Data released in 2013 by the previous Planning Commission, which was replaced by Niti Aayog showed that from 2004 to 2005, about 2 people were removed from poverty each year from 2004-2005 resulting in fewer people Below the Tendulkar poverty line to 270 million in 2011 to 2012 compared to 407 million in 2004-05.

“There is compelling evidence that India’s rapid growth has resulted in economic reforms initiated in 1991 leading to a significant reduction in poverty. Poverty has declined in all economic, social and religious groups throughout the country, and In all states of the post-reform era, “Niti Aayog said in the report. He emphasized these points in his first objective of sustainable development “to put an end to poverty in all its forms everywhere.”

In addition, the voluntary screening report also emphasizes the importance of food security to address the adverse effects of poverty. “A direct consequence of poverty is food insecurity.

To remedy this problem, the National Food Security Act provides a substantial quantity of food grains to nearly 75 percent of the population in rural areas and 50 percent of the population in urban areas at affordable prices in the low Target public distribution system. He told me. The PDS program offers 5 kg of wheat or rice per person per month at subsidized prices.

In the future, the report says that efforts are needed to ensure that access to basic services, ie universal water and sanitation, are priority areas outside programs already underway, including housing for all, access to Education, health and nutritional security. Pay particular attention to “vulnerable groups such as women and children.”

In the opening statement of the report, Vice President Niti Aayog Arvind Panagariya noted that while India remains committed to protecting the environment, the success of the Paris Accord compelling other signatories “to fulfill their commitment.”

“These … include the provision of financial resources worth $ 100 billion a year to developing countries,” he wrote. Recently, the United States abandoned the Paris agreement, which aims to reduce global carbon emissions.

“Even in the fight against poverty, India remains committed to protecting the environment. As part of its national contributions, India has committed to reducing the intensity of emissions per unit of GDP by 33-35% in 2030 compared to its 2005 levels.

In addition, it plans to create an additional carbon sink from 2.5 to 3 billion tons with additional tree cover, “said Panagariya.

Apple CEO Tim Cook Meets PM Modi As iPhone Maker Seeks Deeper Market Access

Apple CEO Tim Cook Meets PM Modi As iPhone Maker Seeks Deeper Market Access

Apple CEO Tim Cook Meets PM Modi As iPhone Maker Seeks Deeper Market Access

Apple CEO Tim Cook said on Sunday the economic impact of the company in India in a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the maker of the iPhone was looking for better access to the third world market for smartphones behind The United States and China. M. Cook met PM Modi at a Washington summit for business when Apple Inc. is the emerging Indian market as a source of revenue after the close of its sales in China.

Apple has asked representatives of the Indian Government a series of tax and policy changes to help build their iPhone assembly works in the country. He asks permission to open his own retail stores in India, where he currently sells iPhones through distributors.

During his meeting with PM Modi, M. Cook revealed that Apple is expected to have its operations in India fully exploited from renewable energy in the next six months, according to a person familiar with the discussion.

M. Cook reiterated that Apple had generated 740,000 jobs in India through its “application economy” and that Indian developers had created almost 100 000 applications from the App Store, the person said.

PM Modi spoke with M. Cook and other US business executives ahead of a meeting with President Donald Trump Monday.

Apple working with contract maker Winstron, began joining the iPhone OS in Bangalore last month. Indian authorities have offered tax benefits to Apple to work with the requirement to use more local components over time.

The company seeks India after sales in China’s largest region, once one of the main factors for the increase of Apple’s fell 14 percent annually to $ 10.7 billion in the last quarter.

Apple has not revealed the amount of revenue it generates in India, but said sales rose by “strong double-digit figures” in the last quarter.

“We have a lot of energy in the country on a number of fronts,” said M. Cook analysts about Apple’s efforts in India during the call to the company’s latest revenue. “We believe, especially now that the 4G infrastructure is in the country and continues to be expanded, there is a great opportunity for Apple.”

Russia, upping pressure on Telegram app, says it was used to plot bombing

Russia, upping pressure on Telegram app, says it was used to plot bombing

Russia, upping pressure on Telegram app, says it was used to plot bombing

Said the Russian security service FSB Monday that the terrorists had used the telegram mail application to carry out a deadly suicide attack on Russian soil, increasing pressure on the implementation of days after the authorities accused him of violation laws on the data.

Russian regulatory authority Roskomnadzor said on Friday it would soon block telegram, unless it handled the information necessary for the application in an official list of distributors to government information.

Telegram has so far refused to comply because it fears that respect compromise the privacy of its more than 6 million Russian users.

Once on the list, it would store user information on Russian servers and transmit user information to authorities upon request.

The FSB, the successor agency to the KGB of the Soviet era, has weighed down on Monday’s stagnation issuing a statement saying Telegram provides “terrorists the ability to create secret, highly encrypted chat rooms.”

He said that a suicide bomber who exploded in the St. Petersburg metro on 3 April, killing 15 people, had used Telegram to plan the attack with his accomplices and became the most commonly used telegram of his type by terrorists operating in Russia in the interior.

The intervention suggests that authorities are required to block Telegram for national security reasons, unless they meet their requirements.

Pavel Durov, founder of the telegram says that the application has blocked thousands of channels linked to terrorism and that if Russia banned terrorists would simply switch to a competing service.

“The appearance of the telegram telling information was used to prepare a terrorist act there three months raises questions,” said Dúrov in social networks Monday.

“It is sad that Russia’s intelligence services exploit this tragedy as a pretext to strengthen its influence and control over the population.”

Alexander Zharov, head of the communications regulator, said on Sunday Telegram NTV that it was only a few days to comply and Dúrov accused of being an anarchist without interest to uphold the law.

“As far as I know, Mr. Dúrov will deliver key information to the intelligence services allowing terrorists to kill people with impunity using this communication channel,” Zharov said.

The Kremlin said the last difference was only the communications regulator. If Telegram was banned, Dmitry Peskov, spokesman for President Vladimir Poutine and an end user of the telegram, said he and other officials will go to another service.

Dúrov said that the requirements of the communications regulator violate the constitutional right of the Russians to keep their correspondence secret and were technically impossible to meet.

He said telegram doing everything possible to fight against terrorism and that the block would not be useful because other encrypted services were available.

“If you want to end terrorism by blocking things, you will block the Internet,” Dúrov wrote.

SpaceX launches 10 satellites from California air base

SpaceX launches 10 satellites from California air base

SpaceX launches 10 satellites from California air base

A SpaceX rocket carries 10 satellites orbiting California Sunday, two days after the company successfully launched a Florida satellite.

The Falcon 9 rocket exploded through the low fog at 13:25. PDT from the Vandenberg Air Force Base in northwest Los Angeles.

It carried a second batch of new Iridium communications satellites, which replaced its fleet in orbit with a constellation of satellites for the next generation.

Approximately 7 minutes after takeoff, the first rocket actuator returned to earth and landed on a floating platform on a ship in the Pacific Ocean, while the second stage of the rocket continued to carry satellites into orbit.

A SpaceX Falcon 9 was launched this Friday by Cape Canaveral in Florida and launched a communications satellite in orbit for Bulgaria. His first step was recovered after landing on an unmanned drone ship in the Atlantic.

California-based Hawthorne SpaceX founder Elon Musk believes that re-using rocket components will reduce the cost of space launches.

Iridium plans to create 75 new satellites for the mobile voice and data system in mid-2018, which requires six launches, all for SpaceX.

McLean, Virginia’s 3 billion effort involves complex procedures to replace 66 operational satellites used for many years. Some of the new satellites will be called spare orbiting satellites or else remain in orbit waiting to use if the latter do not work properly.

The old satellites exchange and deorbitation have already begun, said Matt Desch, CEO of Iridium, during a pre-release call with the press.

Several former satellites have moved to lower orbits to use their remaining fuel and set up solar panels for maximum drag resistance to fit the atmosphere and burn.

The first round took place on June 11, according to Desch.

“It’s hard to celebrate something like that, but these satellites have almost 20 years of service and ensuring that we were cleaned up after ourselves as we make use of our new constellation is a priority,” he said.

The new satellites also carry payloads for space monitoring and surveillance through the airline Aerion aircraft, which has implications for efficiency, economy and safety, especially in distance air space in the oceans.

“This will make a truly revolutionary aspect of air traffic control,” said Don Thomas, CEO of Aireon.

The technology, which requires the aircraft to be equipped with some equipment, is undergoing testing involving eight of the initial lots of Iridium NEXT.

The NEXT Iridium program will also put an end to so-called “Iridium flares,” whose space enthusiasts have been watching for years. New satellites do not create visible flashes of reflected light as they pass overhead.

Studying asteroids that approach Earth

Studying asteroids that approach Earth

Studying asteroids that approach Earth

1908, there was a big explosion near the Tunguska River in Russia at the beginning of the day. There was no causality, but the witnesses reported a bright blue flash followed by thunder and a flash of glass. Almost 10 years later, scientists have led an expedition. They observed unusual features, such as trees that appeared to have been burned, standing and without branches.

The team was disappointed to have not found a crater or meteorites.
Since then, much research has focused on “impact” – it is important to be the only test case for the impact hypothesis.

Periodic reports that appeared in the days following impact were collected to establish side effects – an earthquake occurred on the Richter 5 scale. Shock waves were detected.

The devastated area was about eight kilometers wide. Atmospheric effects have also been reported. People saw about 100 km of a cylindrical pillar of light blue fire down near the horizon just before the earthquake shook buildings.

Impact is a concern for all of us. Such a study is important so that we can survive. Several hypotheses have been developed. Although it is stated that these are comets, another said that it was a sudden release of natural gas from the earth itself.

The possibilities of these studies are rare. A collision of an asteroid in Chelyabinsk February 15, 2013 provided another opportunity: the asteroid much less the size of a small plane and exploded without creating a crater. The effect of the impact was 500 kilotons in the air blast.

Eugene Shoemaker, an Americangeologist and one of the founders of the field of planetary science, who proposed the Impact theory of lunar craters has also made estimates of impact energy. The effects on the atmosphere, the biosphere have been well studied. It states that the impact was responsible for the massive extinction of dinosaurs 65 million years. The impact crater is identified by a huge circular area known as the KT boundary near Mexico.

The importance of studying these asteroids approaching Earth was made some time ago and special research projects have been initiated. Tracking near-Earth asteroids (NEAT), researching near-Earth asteroids of Lincoln (linear) and similar uses robotic telescopes to explore the sky so that the body moves quickly near the ground. Near-Earth asteroids may be too small to be seen even with moderately sized telescopes. A record of potentially dangerous asteroids near Earth (Phnea) is maintained and these objects are tracked.

The Phnea list increases rapidly with the arrival of new sensors and new tracking telescopes.

There are still a million identified asteroids that could be derived from this list. The approximation distance is usually given in LD units, which represents the lunar distance (384,000 km). For example, the designated asteroid 2014 BS5 moved to land at a distance of 3.12 LD July 23. This is approximately 30 to 50 m in diameter (if circular), and will be a good target for study using radar images.

Therefore, Phnea pose a risk to the Earth, and the consequences of an impact can be serious. We have the technological ability to detect.

The most recent ideas about surveillance and diversion of dangerous people away from the impact of the earth are experienced.
There are a handful of asteroids crash on earth was known. Some of them had names like Lost City, Pribram, Peekskill and Innisfree. They were very small and their impact has not done serious damage.

However, there is a larger body that is known as long as they are land once every three or five years. The nearest approach to Apophis, about 370 km is scheduled for 13 April 2029, when it is likely to be at a distance of 36 000 km.

June 30 is observed as an asteroid day and commemorates the anniversary of the impact of a Tunguska asteroid.

92% businesses migrate to GST platform

92% businesses migrate to GST platform

92% businesses migrate to GST platform

CHENNAI: More than 92% of operators, companies and others who pay value added tax in Tamil Nadu have migrated to the tax on goods and services (GST) by registering on the new tax website. Not a year, state commercial taxes

The department has launched a new software called Total Solution Project to help operators sign up and pay online.

“The total project solution is similar to GST software. We just have to change the registry and ask the merchants to learn some steps to download tax documents.

So far it has been easy to encourage traders and businesses to migrate to the GST, “said a senior tax manager.

Since 2016, when the proposed total solution has been deployed in Tamil Nadu, the department received a large portion of the line fee.

“At present, 96% of the total income for the department is online. Only a few traders from rural areas visit the commercial tax offices to pay taxes,” said the official. As for the implementation of the GST, on July 1, the Ministry began to meet with traders and businesses in 350 circles.

“We organized meetings with merchants to clear all their doubts about the GST, and we also trained them to sign their names and give them a password to upload their documents.The training has also been provided to tax officials.

A second round is underway to help cool changes in tax rates for facilities and services, “he said.

Before a meeting in the GST district, the tax service is for merchants and others who signed up for ministry.

“In addition to phoning, we send emails to registered contributors to ensure greater participation in the awareness program.

It is important to keep taxpayers updated on all events, “said the official.

The department will begin to use the offices in all circular offices. ”

If there is a problem when sending documents or recording their names, operators can approach the help desk in the circle’s office, where officials will help to register, “the official said.

Meanwhile, a group of high-level commercial tax department should participate in the GST launch program in New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the new tax regime.

Israel strikes Hamas bases in Gaza after rocket attack: Officials

Israel strikes Hamas bases in Gaza after rocket attack: Officials

Israel strikes Hamas bases in Gaza after rocket attack: Officials

Israeli air strikes have hit a series of targets in the Gaza Strip led by Hamas, officials said, hours after a rocket since the Palestinian enclave has landed in the Jewish state.

Attacks were reported in at least three places in Gaza last night, Palestinian security sources and Olympic witnesses with Hamas bases fell near the city of Rafah and Gaza City as well as the land will open southeast of Gaza City.

The Palestinian Health Ministry said there were no immediate reports of injuries, but an AFP photographer in Gaza has seen at least one bleeding man being adopted for treatment of a house near the base.

The Israeli army said the attacks were in “response to the projectiles striking the Shaar Hanéguev by Regional Council.”

“Two (Israeli) airplanes directed against two military installations belonging to the Hamas terrorist organization,” he added.

This rocket, fired a few hours ago, landed in an open area near the border communities of Israel without causing injuries.

The rocket was claimed by an unpublished Salafist group. Israel and Hamas have faced three wars since 2008.

Since the last in 2014, a fragile ceasefire has been observed along the largely closed border.

Missiles and rockets are fired at Israel periodically, in general, by hardline Islamist groups opposed to Hamas.

However, Israel blames Hamas for all rockets from Gaza, no matter what it did.

Six right whales dead in Gulf of St. Lawrence

Six right whales dead in Gulf of St. Lawrence

Six right whales dead in Gulf of St. Lawrence

Moncton, N. B. – An expert on marine mammals says the fate of an endangered species could hang with the death of six free whales in the North Atlantic are floating in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

Tonya Wimmer, the Marine Animal Response Society, says the death toll is “unprecedented,” accounting for more than one percent of the 500 whales in the North Atlantic believers walking on the seas.
“For a species that leaves the instrument in this way, each individual counts,” says Wimmer. “Every year, we may have a few individuals found dead, and those who are devastating in themselves … We are six (death) confirmed, and it is quite catastrophic for this population.”

Wimmer said federal scientists, marine biologists, fishermen and other experts have teamed up to get to the bottom of what killed mammals.

The Department of Fisheries has sent planes and Coast Guard ships are trying to find the corpses in the waters near the Magdalena Islands.

The Marine Animal Response Society joined an expedition to examine one of the whales died last Thursday, Wimmer said. The collection of biological samples will be instrumental in determining what caused the death and, hopefully, preventing the loss, he said, but will take a “small army” to completely dissect the corpse of a whale.

“There is a huge sense of urgency to go out and do our best to understand what is going on,” says Wimmer. “Being able to get the root cause is very important, but time is of the essence.”

Scientists have a short period of opportunity to examine whales before their remains do not break down, said the marine biologist, hitting his fat in the heat and transforming the dead animal into a “pull-out oven.”

Marc LeCouffe, Fisheries Department, said authorities are hoping to meet on Monday to discuss the next step in their response: bringing a mammal to the ground for a post-mortem examination.

Some of the whales were tagged with satellite trackers, which will facilitate the drift search casings LeCouffe explains.

“These are enormous and huge animals – perhaps 50 feet (15 meters) long – so we need a vessel large enough to be towed,” LeCouffe said. “A wide belt is attached to the vessel and around the whale’s tail to be able to pull it, and this can be done quickly, of course, because if you pull too fast in these waters, you can tear the whale and then Has some tissue for sampling. ”

On the spot, scientists will resume and examine the whale, LeCouffe said, while his team avoiding inquisitives – then there is the question of what to do with the leftovers.

“The big part gets rid of the casing and everything that’s going on,” LeCouffe said. “It’s very good, so we have to find a place to dig a hole and bury it.”

North Atlantic right whales are among the most studied whales in the ocean, Wimmer says, with researchers developing unmanned drones, applications and other technologies to track their hard-to-reach migration patterns.

She said the case was recently detected in the Gulf of San Lorenzo, which raises questions about whether environmental factors could have played a role.

“If it’s something we can control … we have to change our behavior so they do not get injured,” Wimmer said. “I would say that it is important not only for this endangered species, but all these other species of whales that we have in our waters.”

The North Atlantic Free Whale was almost hunted to extinction in the late 18th century and has fought ever since. They are particularly vulnerable to collisions with ships because they are not aware of their environment while eating.