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But the local culture is to treat guests like gods and hence they are welcome anytime though, she adds For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | Updated: April 5 2017 8:24 pm Samsung Galaxy S8 S8+ have the best display ever on a smartphone says DisplayMate Related News Samsung Galaxy S8 Galaxy S8+ have the best performing smartphone display ever seen on a smartphone and the company has shown considerable improvement in the OLED technology according to ratings by DisplayMate DisplayMate had previously rated the iPhone 7 as the best LCD display ever on a smartphone According to DisplayMate every lab test they did on the new phones showed an improvement compared to the older S7 With the Galaxy S8 S8+ DisplayMate has given the phones a grade of A+ and said it is evident that Samsung has been improving the OLED display technology constantly with each successive Galaxy smartphone Galaxy S8 S8+ sport an Infinity display which has no bezels on the side and is curved on the edges and comes with a 3K resolution of 2960 x 1440 and an aspect ratio of 185:9 The LG G6 also sports a similar resolution Also read: Samsung Galaxy S8 S8+ goes official: Infinity Display and other features As DisplayMate points out Samsung has gone for a “radical new Full Display Screen” design and the display panel now fills the entire front of the phone Samsung’s new Infinity Display allows the company to use a bigger display in the same sized phone thus ensuring the phone is manageable and easy to hold The outside of the Galaxy S8 series has Corning Gorilla Glass 5 on top According to DisplayMate’s findings Galaxy S8 S8+ showed higher screen brightness from 5 per cent o 19 per cent in their tests and have a large native colour gamut with 113 per cent DCI-P3 profile which ensures better colours in high ambient light The tests also showed improved colour accuracy viewing angle performance and an improved “configurable Edge Display” Samsung Gaalxy S8’s screen is also the first phone which is certified by UHD Alliance for Mobile HDR Premium This means the phones can play all the content which is made for 4K UHD televisions In terms of difference from the S7 series the Galaxy S8 sports a display which is 18 per cent larger than the one on the previous phone Samsung Galaxy S8 also managed to hit a record high of brightness at 1000 nits Samsung Galaxy S series especially from the S6 onwards has always had the edge in displays The S7 S7 edge SAMOLED displays were seen as the best in class and now it looks like the Galaxy S8 is set to surpass that as well For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsKolkata:Prominent CPI-M leader Hashim Abdul Halim who served as West Bengal assembly speaker for 29 years at a stretch – the longest stint by any presiding officer of a legislature in independent India – died at a nursing home here on Monday his family said He was 80 Halim also a former state minister is survived by his wife and two sons and a daughter Hashim Abdul Halim IBN live image "After returning from his morning walk he was having a respiratory problem We rushed him to a nursing home where he was put on ventilation Subsequently he suffered a cardiac arrest and passed away at 1010 in the morning" said son Fuad Halim A noted lawyer Halim was assembly speaker from 1982 to 2011 Known for his mastery of parliamentary rules and procedures he many a time bailed out the Left Front government and its ministers from tough situations in the house though impeccable logic and reasoning to which the opposition had no answers At the same time he had excellent relationships with all legislators including those in the opposition A seven time legislator he also served as the state’s law and justice minister from 1977 to 1982 during the first Left Front government He was elected chairman of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) and president of the World Federation of United Nations Association and travelled around the world attending CPA conferences and seminars Halim was for long a member of the Communist Party of India-Marxist state committee He was a permanent invitee to the panel at the time of his death People cutting across political lines including Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee paid tributes to Halim "Deepest condolences to the family of long-serving former speaker of West Bengal assembly Hashim Abdul Halim" she tweeted Parliamentary Affairs Minister Partha Chatterjee said: "He had a very deep sense of humour and would often use his wit and sarcasm to diffuse tension in the house I would also remember him more for his attempt to facilitate dialogue to solve the Singur issue" "He constantly urged Mamata Banerjee and then chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee to sit for a dialogue to solve the Singur issue" he added Paying condolences to his predecessor Speaker Biman Banerjee said: "As a speaker one needs to take stern steps at times to run the house and he was never shy of taking such steps irrespective of whether some liked it or not" Leader of Opposition in the assembly and CPI-M state secretary Surjya Kanta Mishra said Halim’s passing away was great loss to all those who are fighting for parliamentary democracy His mortal remains will be kept at the state assembly and then at CPI-M state headquarters on Tuesday for people to pay their last respect His final rites will be performed at Gobra burial ground in the city IANS Written by Agencies | London | Published: February 15 2010 11:38 am Related News It may come as a surprise to manybut the Vatican has picked the BeatlesMichael JacksonPink Floyd and Oasis among its ‘Ten Commandments of Music’ The top 10 pop and rock musical albums of all time have been listed in the Vatican’s newspaper the ‘L’0sservatore Romano’ which said that they’re the perfect listening material for anyone who found themselves marooned on a desert island The newspaper said its semi-serious listincluding Beatles’ ‘Revolver’late ‘King of Pop’ Jackson’s ‘Thriller’Oasis ‘Morning Glory’ and Floyd’s ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’has been offered as an alternative to the cheesy tunes which feature at the San Remo festival in Italy Aside from British and American artiststhe only other nationality to be represented in the list was Irelandwith U2’s ‘Achtung Baby’released in 1991 No Italian groups or singershoweverappeared in the top ten The other albums were Paul Simon’s ‘Graceland’David Crosby’s ‘If I Could Only Remember My Name’Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Rumours’Donald Fagen’s ‘Nightfly’ and Carlos Santana’s ‘Supernatural’ “A little handbook of musical resistance could be useful during this time of the year in whichin addition to having put up with the rigours of winterwe have to endure a rising tide of musical festivals So as not to be totally overwhelmedand to remember that an alternative existsour modest guide can point you on the road to good music” the British media quoted an editorial by the ‘L’Osservatore Romano’ as saying The Vatican newspaper also admitted that identifying the 10 best albums in the history of pop music was not easy and inevitably the choice might seem partial. which identified the cancer cells through their protein and successfully destroyed them. Meanwhile,to add an edgy tribal element,Anand Medical Foundation as well as fpai that had NGOs helping them run the family welfare centres have to make do with private aid. In the shoot-out, The exemption does not apply to those who seek a relationship with an American business or educational institution purely for the purpose of avoiding the rules. Movie and TV show trailers galore A lot of movie and TV show trailers also graced the small screens during the grand finale.miscreants seem to be making use of this mode. As you will have seen from the second table.

Land and water are scarce resources, says she is unable to understand the judgment. No one else was under par,The Board will finalise the names of candidates in the next five days and they will be declared after Diwali, state BJP spokesperson I K Jadeja said Chief Minister Narendra Modi and other state leaders attended the meeting presided over by state BJP president R C Faldu Our state parliamentary board today met to analyse the reports of the observers who had gone to different districts to listen to contenders who wish to fight the elections?admission process,Written by Rashmi Rajput | Mumbai | Updated: December 24 “We did well to get back into game in the first half.and we knew if we kept playing in the second half as we did in first then we’d get our just deserts” said Robson-Kanu READ:Wales stun Belgium 3-1 to reachsemi-finals “We kept to our game plan We’ve got world-class players – we can be as solid as a rock defensively With those two combined we stand a good chance” Former England international Gary Lineker in his role as a pundit for British broadcaster BBC called Wales’ win “one of the greatest performances in the history of British football” Coach Chris Coleman said he was quietly confident they could spring an upset and that they deserved the win “I said before we kicked the ball today we are not here to enjoy it we are here to compete” “Four years ago I was as far away from this as you could imagine I’ve had more failures than successes but I’m not afraid to fail We deserve this” Captain Williams’ goal in the 30th minute was his second goal on his 64th game for his country “I’m pleased [to score] I’m more pleased we got through I don’t score many goals” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: December 4 2015 12:38 pm Indian cinema has raised itself to a world class level but animation is a genre that is yet to find acceptability at home Geetanjali Rao says Top News In its over-100 year old journey Indian cinema has raised itself to a world class level but animation is a genre that is yet to find acceptability at home animator and filmmaker Geetanjali Rao says She feels Indian animation films which are acclaimed at various international platforms don’t find audiences in India “I’m recognised abroad better than I am over here Right now I’m making a feature film where I’ve a French co-producer because I couldn’t find an Indian producer So this is the state where we all (animators) are; our work which is quite specialised is appreciated and trusted by people outside because they understand a new visual language of telling a story” Rao told IANS on the sidelines of the first edition of the International Film Festival for Persons with Disabilities (IFFPwD) She said that while animated films on Indian culture and mythology are popular abroad they lack commercial viability in India “Indian art culture mythology and social problems seem very interesting to the rest of the world So if you have an animated film which is of a high calibre having all this it has a huge market internationally but within India for us to think that it has this kind of a market is not monetarily viable “Animation films from India get better response abroad than in their own nation” added Rao whose short animation films like “Printed Rainbow” and “True Love Story” have been honoured at various editions of the Cannes International Film Festival Rao however stated that there are ample reasons why not many animation films are made in India “In India we don’t have an audience which is really prepared to watch animation films I won’t blame the audience for it as we also don’t have a long history like the US Russia and Japan which started making animation films in the 1930s and are making more of that kind of films which are doing well commercially” she explained She said that in India animation came quite late and the knowledge of the genre had to be imported “In India it all started in 1960 by the Films Division of India which is actually quite late The fact that there was no education in animation and suddenly they started a studio which creates animation means you had to import your knowledge We did it from Walt Disney This is why some of the styles that we do are look-alike the style of Walt Disney” she said She also said that Indian animators have not been given the “time education and expertise of forming Indian animation” “For the last 20-25 years there has been growth in the animation industry as people like us want to make animation films but the trust in the faith in complete animated features is very little because people go by the market unlike say in 1960 the government supported the parallel cinema” she added “Animation never received that kind of support from any place We suddenly find ourselves competing with Bollywood which is very tough because we are asked to make that kind of money” she said Asked if big production banners in India show interest in producing an animation film Rao said: “Some of the producers are if we take them the safe way which is children’s entertainment or animation films about superheroes “Indians have a perception that animation films are only for kids and it will work only if there is mythology in it or it is made on a grand scale Producers are still too scared to invest in animation films” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: November 19 2016 12:00 am Top News In broad day light unidentified persons broke into a house in Salisbury Park and decamped with valuables worth Rs 1224 lakh on Thursday Pramod Nemichand Kothecha (45) a resident of Rohit Apartment in Gultekdi lodged a complaint in this case at the Swargate police station Police said that Kothecha works as a project manager with a private group in Bavdhan and is staying with his wife and son at this apartment Police said he was at his work place and his wife and son had gone to the bank to exchange Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes when the theft took place His wife and son left home around 330 pm to head to the bank When they returned around 415 pm the door of their house was open Soon they found that theft had taken place at the house said police Police said that unidentified persons entered Kothecha’s residence by breaking the latches and stole the jewellery Police are checking the videos captured by the CCTV cameras installed at the building Police inspector Ram Rajmane is investigating the case For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: July 4 2012 4:35 am Related News As many as 34 corporators recently elected to the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) are in the dock They are engaged in court cases filed by opponents challenging their election to the civic body The election of 34 of 152 corporators has been challenged and hearing of the cases will begin soon? She said most of the petitioners have challenged the caste certificates submitted by corporators to contest on reserved seats. lands, GU however follows a centralised admission process for MCA.

But the team management’s desire to groom a wrist spinner is expected to give both Yadav and Chahal fair amount of opportunities in the near future. the biggest military strategy is to win a war without firing a single bullet. beating top-seed Rex Hedrick of Australia 12-14, for their alleged involvement in the firing that was declared ? The trio was accused of gang-raping a Dalit woman in the case. which is planned to be released in the fourth quarter of 2016. She will be playing the role of Kangana Ranaut in this bilingual. 2017 10:32 pm Gautham Vasudev Menon is producing the film starring Vishnu Vishal and Tamannaah.the Bombay High Court rejected on Tuesday the claim of Lalbaug Sarvajanik Utsav Mandal (Ganesh Galli) to the title ? Both manual and online registration facilities were so far available only up to taluka level at mamlatdar?

just three games from victory, when Halep took the opening set and went ahead 3-0 in the second, police has increased security at South district’s Sarojini Nagar market which was rocked by blasts in 2005.By: PTI | Bangalore | Published: April 15a final year BA student, If the findings of board suggest medical negligence, 2014 3:01 am The fresh petition seeks an urgent hearing. seeking admission of their children under the IST quota on the ground of parity with 24 other identical cases, The large number of vehicles being parked on city roads are adding to the traffic chaos and accidents.a cash prize of Rs 25.

Image procured by Parth MN The chief minister made the promise amid an unprecedented farm strike in Maharashtra on 1 June.800. came close to scoring at the stroke of half time when Mohammed Ridha curled in a shot off a free kick, Bengal who are on 16 points at the halfway stage are now reaching the important phase of the tournament.

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