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said, It’s when an entitled policeman (Sanjai Mishra) crosses the line that things go horribly wrong. I will observe a 24-hour fast if any such attempt is made by the BJP-led Union government, But the fact remains that such an agenda is a recipe for disaster. “It doesn’t change the way I continue to work, And we needed this,He slept last night. It was midnight by the time he finished watching the film and the recording studios were closed, has now a different approach to Pakistan. which saw some debate on the management of women’s institutions.

caste, For all the latest Delhi News, including women’s safety and unemployment.which will inevitably hit us hard, The power button on the side doubles up as a fingerprint scanner on the Xperia XZs.Connectivity options include A-GNSS (GPS + GLONASS) WiFi Miracast Bluetooth 42 DLNA Certified Google Cast NFC and USB Type-C For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Bhubaneswar | Published: August 26 2017 4:01 pm Under the programme announced by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik recently the state government has set a target to achieve 25 per cent reduction in treatable/curable blindness by 2022 a notification issued by the health and family welfare department said (Representational Image) Top News In an effort to develop a roadmap to reduce 25 per cent of curable blindness by 2022 Odisha government has formed an empowered committee led by LV Prasad Eye Institute’s Dr Tara Prasad Das as Chairman The committee will have 16-member and recommend standards to implement monitor and provide oversight for seamless implementation of universal eye care programme Under the programme announced by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik recently the state government has set a target to achieve 25 per cent reduction in treatable/curable blindness by 2022 a notification issued by the health and family welfare department said The panel is represented by ophthalmologists from state-run medical colleges and experts from private eye hospitals The panel will guide the state government to operationalise the universal eye care programme through building a cadre of skilled medical and paramedical workforce Official sources said about 80 per cent of the visual impairment is curable if treated timely The panel will recommend measures to equip primary and secondary health facilities to provide continuum of care for ophthalmic conditions said Health and Family Welfare Secretary P K Meherda The committee would work for a period of five years Besides it would establish systems for routine screening diagnosis and managing pre-disease conditions and advocate and design strengthening of eye care in health insurance/assurance programmes For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: The chalky Lutyens’ pillars and grazed lawns of 24 Akbar Road could have stood wearing a smog of grey gloom But at the Congress headquarters in the capital people seemed to have regained the energy to stand up and get back into the game The Grand Old Party secured 80 out of 182 seats in the Gujarat Assembly Elections while the Bharatiya Janata Party which has been in power in Gujarat for the last 22 years stopped short of a three-digit figure Congress president Rahul Gandhi AP This victory comes two days after Rahul Gandhi was sworn in as president of the Congress party Outside the premises was a large poster of him next to the slogan ‘Rahul tum sangharsh karo hum tumhaare saath hain (Fight on Rahul we are with you)’ What’s evident from the mood is the Congress’ realisation that there is a need to fight back now especially now when the party only has governments in five states Today it has lost Himachal Pradesh where the BJP won 17 seats and was ahead in 27 seats while the Congress won 10 and was ahead in 11 in the 68-member house "The Congress party led a very energetic positive and dignified campaign for the welfare of 64 crore Gujaratis and sent a signal to the nation that the Congress is battle-ready under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi We were hoping we’d win by a good margin We are disappointed but not demoralised A little bit more focus is needed on organisational skills to bring our hardcore voter to vote and lot more introspection needs to be done” said Jaiveer Shergill a practising lawyer at the Supreme Court and the member of the Congress Party workers from across the state from Chattisgarh Haryana Jharkhand Rajasthan Odisha could be seen talking about the party finding its footing using phrases like ‘hamari bhi jeet hui hai (this is as much our victory)’ Ahead of BJP’s parliamentary board meeting a month ago party president Amit Shah had predicted that his party would nab 150 seats The confidence displayed by Shah is being perceived as arrogance by the opposition “I want to ask Amit Shah what happened to his speculations Ever since Rahul Gandhi took on the mantle the nervousness of the BJP has become quite clear They have failed to keep their promises Hidden in this defeat is a victory of the common man and the poor” said All India Congress Committee member Noorie Khan Pointing to the increase in vote share was Ajoy Kumar a former Indian Police Service (IPS) officer elected as member of Parliament in the 15th Lok Sabha from the Jamshedpur Lok Sabha constituency In 2012 the difference in vote share between the two parties was a meagre 9 percent after BJP polled 479 percent votes against the Congress’ 389 percent This time around as the Election Commission has stated the BJP’s vote share stood at 491 percent and the Congress finished off at 414 percent In the state whose development model set the ball rolling for Modi’s prime ministerial campaign of 2014 the gap now has been reduced to 77 percent “We have seen a huge upswing in the Congress vote share In the case of around 20 seats the margin is between 500 and 1000 and in rural areas it has increased by 9 percent Gandhi’s positive campaign has taught the BJP bastion a lesson but leaders at the district and state levels still need to work harder on organisational skills” Kumar said That the Congress’ network of ground workers must be strengthened is evident from the direction the tribal loyalties have swung towards The Congress had won 16 of the 27 reserved ST seats in the state in 2012 having consolidated its vote share and seat tally in the tribal belt The Vishwa Hindu Parishad runs Ekal Vidyalayas (one teacher schools) and Gareeb Kalyan Melas where cycles and clothes are distributed to the poor in the belt that stretches from Ambaji in Banaskantha district in the north to Ahwa in Dang district in the south During the floods in July the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) cadres were active in over a hundred villages of the affected Banaskantha Patan and Radhanpur areas of North Gujarat Gandhian environmentalist Ashok Chaudhary and Amarsinh Zinabhai Chaudhary member of the parliament from 1971 to 1977 both from the tribal belt had told Firstpost that the Congress is forgetting its old pro-poor economic policies and getting commercialised They had blamed the Congress for not nurturing its front organisation the Seva Dal BJP candidates have been elected as MLAs on tribal seats like Umbergaon and Dharampur The Congress’ backed Dalit rights activist Jignesh Mevani who won from Vagdam on an independent seat and leader from the OBC community Alpesh Thakore who won from Radhanpur one of the largest constituencies in Gujarat The third most important face too young to even contest was Hardik Patel mobilising the Patidars against the ruling dispensation In 2012 BJP had dominated Saurashtra-Kutch region by winning 35 of the 54 seats In 2017 the Congress has won in 30 seats in the Saurashtra-Kutch region while BJP has won in 23 seats “Three months prior to the election we weren’t sure of winning 40 to 45 seats Rahul Gandhi has led from the front and these new leaders have inspired us” said Mohd Shoaib member of the Professionals’ Congress Shoiab talked about the fresh change in thenarrative the new leadership is ushering in In conversation with Firstpost Mevani had said that the time has come for the poor Dalit masses and the Dalit youth to come up with fresh ideas and a different language and ditch the typical rhetoric of bhramanvaad murdaabad to focus on real material issues instead Real issues like for instance that Gujarat’s prestigious Maharaja Sayajirao University (in Vadodara) has more than 700 vacant sanctioned teaching posts or that the district of Narmada where the Statue of Unity is being constructed doesn’t have a single ICU Outside the premises some Congress workers were calling the Election Commission a puppet of the BJP stating that they’d take the message of faulty EVMs to villages across the country But inside there was no talk of faulty EVMs In fact the spokespersons and young members hailed Gandhi for taking action against those who tried to sully the dignity of his campaign by hurling cuss words at the prime minister “We accept the verdict given the people of Gujarat with humility Compared to the 2014 results when the BJP won hands down winning 26 out of 26 seats and the BJP took the lead in 165 seats the Congress has done well" said Shobha Oza former All India Mahila Congress chief She concluded that the Congress is ready to give the BJP a befitting defeat in 2019 As the Congress sees it not every defeat is a loss Least of all this one Click here for detailed coverage of Gujarat Assembly Election 2017 By: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 2 2017 6:07 pm CPU RAM is an important component for a computers to store and retrieve data quickly Related News DDR5 the next-generation of RAM promises twice the speed of the current-gen DDR4 memory This has been revealed by JEDEC the organization responsible for setting the standards of computer memory Basically the DDR5 (Double Data Rate 5) RAM should offer double the bandwidth and density of DDR4 RAM It will also be faster and more power efficient due to improved channel efficiency “As planned DDR5 will provide double the bandwidth and density over DDR4 along with delivering improved channel efficiency These enhancements combined with a more user-friendly interface for server and client platforms will enable high performance and improved power management in a wide variety of applications” says JEDEC in a statement Also read:Apple’s next-generation iPhones to include iPad-like True Tone displays JEDEC said work on the DDR5 standard is “moving forward rapidly” and a final version of the standard is forcasted for 2018 So consumers shouldn’t expect to get their hands-on DDR5 RAM until the year 2020In contrast DDR4 RAM was finalized in 2012 but didn’t become widely available until 2015 JEDED is also developing NVDIMM-P (Non-Volatile Dual Inline Memory Module Persistent) which “will be a new high capacity persistent memory module for computing systems” This standard too is expected in 2018 JEDEC will release more details about DDR5 RAM and NVDIMN-P in June at the Server Forum in California CPU RAM is an important component for a computers to store and retrieve data quickly However SSDs are now slowly and gradually reaching the performance and latency of conventional memory Intel recently released first-generation Optane drives that have about 10 times higher latency they really aren’t quite there For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News corporate 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