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Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Sensex jumps 353 points, Nifty nears 11,030 after US delays tariffs on Chinese imports

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The bulls staged a comeback on D-Street and benchmark indices closed nearly one per cent higher on Wednesday amid gains in Asian stocks after the United States delayed tariffs on some Chinese imports. When the closing bell rang, the BSE S&P Sensex was up 353 points at 37,312 while the Nifty 50 was higher by 104 points to 11,029. At the National Stock Exchange (NSE), all sectoral indices were in the green except for Nifty pharma which dipped by 1.4 per cent.

Nifty media was up by 2.76 per cent, metals by 2.34 per cent, PSU banks by 1.52 per cent and private banks by 1.07 per cent. Among stocks, UPL was the top gainer with a gain of 4.7 per cent at Rs 526.90 per share while Bajaj Finserv closed 4.5 per cent higher at Rs 7,413. Zee Entertainment also gained 4.5 per cent at Rs 342.20 per share while Tata Steel and Vedanta were up by 4.1 per cent each. The other prominent gainers were Yes Bank, Grasim, JSW Steel, Hindalco, and Tech Mahindra.

But pharma stocks were on slippery ground with Sun Pharma plunging by 5.2 per cent and Dr Reddy by 1.7 per cent. Indiabulls Housing Finance lost nearly 5 per cent while Wipro slipped by 2.8 per cent. The other prominent losers were Coal India, Britannia, Kotak Mahindra, ONGC, Tata Motors, and Adani Ports. Asian indices were in the green following a rally overnight in the US markets where US President Donald Trump delayed the September 1 deadline for 10 per cent tariffs on some Chinese imports.

Delaying duties on a range of consumer goods to December 15 sent Wall Street stocks soaring a day earlier. The trade conflict has disrupted global supply chains and slowed economic growth, dampening sentiment across markets. The surge in US stocks lifted MSCI's broadest index of Asia Pacific shares outside Japan by 0.9 per cent. The Shanghai Composite Index advanced by 0.4 per cent while Hong Kong's Hang Seng rose by 0.08 per cent. South Korea's KOSPI also advanced by 0.65 per cent and Japan's Nikkei rose by 0.9 per cent.

Maharashtra: CM reviews preparedness for Ganesh Chaturthi

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Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis reviewed preparedness for the upcoming Ganesh Festival in the state with senior police, civic officials and various Ganesh Mandals in a meeting here on Wednesday. BJP leader Vinod Tawde, Vandre West MLA Ashish Shelar and Minister of State for Home Ranjeet Patil were present during the discussions.

The Hindu festival, which is dedicated to the Lord of new beginnings, Ganesha, is marked with the installation of the deity's idol at home and at elaborate pandals. The 10-day festival ends with the final immersion - also called the Visarjan - of Lord Ganesha's idol. Ganesh Chaturthi will be celebrated on September 2 this year.

Monday, August 12, 2019

Cloud-seeding test-flight flown over Aurangabad

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A cloud-seeding test-flight to induce rain was flown over Aurangabad on Friday. Cloud seeding, a type of weather modification, aims to change the amount or type of precipitation in the clouds through the method of sprinkling chemicals into the air. Bagate Khanhuraj, Director of cloud seeding mission told ANI, "There were less favourable clouds. Test-flight was flown 40km west of Aurangabad. We are yet to receive data to ascertain the level of induced rain." 

Planes have sprayed a chemical named silver iodide on rain-bearing clouds in the city. In May, the Maharashtra government had allocated Rs 30 crore for cloud seeding during this year's monsoon season. 

Sunday, August 4, 2019

Best Mobile phones under 15000 In India 2019 - MetroNews

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Best Mobile phones under 15000 In India 2019 - MetroNews

Buy Best and Latest Mobile Phones Under 15000 from various brands like Vivo, Xiaomi, Oppo, etc. Best Mobile Phones under Rs. 15000: Looking for Best Phone under 15000? Here is the list of all the top 10 Smartphones. Best Mobile phones under 15000 in India

Vivo Z1 Pro | Android v9.0 (Pie) Rs.14,990


The Vivo Z1 Pro puts up a strong showing in terms of its display, cameras, processor, and battery. We enjoyed using it for everyday tasks as well as entertainment. One slight damper is that Vivo's Funtouch OS takes a bit of getting used to, and has a lot of bloat. 

Realme 3 Pro | Android v9.0 (Pie) Rs.13,953


The Realme 3 Pro is the company's latest flagship, designed to take on the Redmi Note 7 Pro from Xiaomi. It features some new colours options and the same small notch and slim bezels as its predecessor, the Realme 2 Pro. The 6.3-inch full-HD+ IPS display produces vivid colours and is very legible under direct sunlight. You also get two Nano-SIM slots and a dedicated spot for a microSD card. 

Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro | Android v9.0 (Pie) Rs.13,999


The Redmi Note 7S is a budget smartphone from Xiaomi that sits between its Redmi Note 7 and Redmi Note 7 Pro. Xiaomi has kept the design identical, hence it is hard to distinguish between these three smartphones. The Redmi Note 7S has a 6.3-inch full-HD+ display with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 for protection. We liked that the display had good viewing angles and was bright enough to be legible when outdoors.

Samsung Galaxy M30 | Android v8.1 (Oreo), upgradable to v9.0 (Pie) Rs.13,990


The Galaxy M30 is Samsung's offering in the sub Rs. 15,000 segment and sports a Super AMOLED display. We liked the full-HD+ panel which was crisp and got bright enough when outdoors. Powering the phone is a Samsung Exynos 7904 SoC which offers acceptable performance for the price. 

OPPO K1 | Android v8.1 (Oreo) Rs.13,990


The Oppo K1 features a plastic body with a 3D injection moulded back, which creates cool patterns against light. The 6.41-inch AMOLED display produces punchy and vivid colours and it also has a segment-first in-display fingerprint sensor. The phone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC and comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. The front 25-megapixel camera shoots good selfies in daylight. The rear 16-megapixel sensor does well in daylight but struggles under low-light. The 3600mAh battery easily lasts an entire day on a single charge.

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Friday, August 2, 2019

Places to go backpacking in Garhwal Himalayas

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Adventure lovers pay attention! The Garhwal region of Uttarakhand is dotted with some of the most incredible landscapes and terrain that offers the opportunity to pack your bags and go exploring. The expansive and lush green meadows accompanied with the gently rolling hills covered in a rich mix of biodiversity makes this part of devbhoomi an oasis for adventure enthusiasts. Spending your days backpacking across some of the most scenic off beat villages makes this a worthwhile experience. If you are looking for a holiday of a lifetime then these are a few places that should not be missed out on during your backpacking trip to Garhwal Himalayas: 

Valley of Flowers :


The accidental discovery of valley of flowers by ace mountaineer Frank Smythe and his group while they were on their way back after summiting mount Kamet, lead to a huge exploration of this hidden precious piece of land in the district of Chamoli. The exotic and pristine beauty of this valley is dotted with unique flora and fauna collection which had garnered it a UNESCO world heritage site as well. The place is heavily protected and visitors are made sure to follow strict regulations making a backpacking expedition here one of a kind. 

Harsil : 


While backpacking across Garhwal don’t forget to spend a few days in the scenic and serene village of Harsil. This quaint and religious hamlet is visited primarily by people on their journey either to Gangotri or Gaumukh glacier. Located on the banks of the holy river Bhagirathi Harsil’s pristine beauty is unparalleled to anywhere else. Apart from walking on the trails, you can even go birdwatching around here of the amazing and beautiful Himalayan birds which stay in this region. The best part? You can even visit here during the winter season when the place turns into a real winter wonderland. 

Dayarabugyal :


If you are just starting your adventure journey then Dayarabugyal is the perfect place to get a taste of what actual backpacking in the Himalayas feels like. The importance of this place lies in the fact that it is surrounded on all sides by snow-capped mountain peaks making all the effort to reach here worth it. Currently you cannot camp overnight in burials due to the protection of nature scheme introduced by the government of Uttarakhand but it is a good place to relax for a while and gaze at the wide-open skies accompanied with the awe-inspiring beauty. 

Tapovan :


If you are visiting Gangotri then it is likely that you may have planned on taking a trip to the source of Ganga river which is the Gangotri Gaumukh Trek. Tapovan literally translates into the place of meditation where sages and saints during the ancient ages used to come here to perform penance. The place is dotted with wide-open fields, thick forests and an eminent presence of deep spirituality and positivity. The place is seated peacefully on the foothills of the peak of Shivling and allows you to spend some serene time amidst the beautiful natural surroundings consisting of lush meadows, peacefully gushing streams, colorful flowering plants etc. 

Chakrata :


This is probably one of the most budget-friendly backpacking expeditions you can indulge on the Himalayas. Also lovingly referred to as the magic hill station this place is nestled amidst some of the most pristine natural beauty of Uttarakhand. Tucked away in the district of Dehradun this quaint hill town is also a great option for a getaway and is ever traveler’s delight. Filled with coniferous forests and scenic trekking and hiking trails this place makes sure that you have the time of your life filled with fun and adventure. 

Khirsu :


This place is located within the district of Pauri and is one of the most idyllic and off beat destinations in Uttarakhand for backpackers. This place is relatively less explored and the experience here is very tranquil. You can even opt for going on a solo backpacking trip here since it is lined entirely with picturesque trails. This place is studded with grand Himalayan jewels and makes for the perfect getaway in the Garhwal Himlayas. The best part is that due to its location you can go here anytime of the year you like and a fun packed time will be guaranteed. 

Gwaldam :


The sleepy and quaint hamlet of Gwaldam is located within the thick green jungles and surrounded by glistening apple orchards which is accompanied with majestic views of the surrounding snow-capped Himalayan peaks of nandadevi, trishul, nandaghunti among others. Perched on an altitude of 1,700 metres above sea level and located inside the district of Chamoli. Lying en route the connection between Kumaon and Garhwal region this place is frequented by backpackers and is a wonderful way of exploring the untouched pristine beauty of the Garhwal Himalayas. You must make it a point to go there for a holiday to remember even if you are not into adventurous activities. 

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

WhatsApp Pay is ready to launch in India

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WhatsApp Pay: Introduction
WhatsApp Pay is a UPI-based payments service which launched in India last February in beta mode. WhatsApp users can link their UPI-enabled bank accounts and transfer money through the messaging app. WhatsApp supports all popular banks like HDFC, ICICI, State Bank of India, Axis Bank and even Airtel Payments Bank.

WhatsApp Pay: How to enable
WhatsApp Pay isn’t available for all users in India. WhatsApp beta users will most likely have the feature on their app. To start using the service, a WhatsApp Pay user needs to initiate a payment to a contact. Once the request is received, the user can set up their UPI account on WhatsApp. Users can then send and receive money on WhatsApp itself.

WhatsApp Pay: How to use
WhatsApp Pay is as simple as sending photos and videos on the app. Users can send money directly through chat by tapping on the share file icon in the chat bar and selecting ‘payment’. There’s a dedicated ‘Payments’ section available under the shortcut menu. Users can check their transactions, history and account details here.

WhatsApp Pay: Modes of transaction
During the initial phase, WhatsApp Pay allowed users to send money only to their contacts after which it enabled UPI ID. WhatsApp Pay users could enter the UPI ID and send money. Later in March WhatsApp introduced QR code for its payments service. Each WhatsApp Pay user has a unique QR code which users can scan and send money.

Monday, July 29, 2019

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Saturday, July 27, 2019

Breaking News : All 900 on-board Mahalaxmi Express rescued

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All 900 on-board Mahalaxmi Express rescued

Around 900 passengers, including railway staff, who were stranded on board Mumbai-Kolhapur Mahalaxmi Express, which was marooned in floodwaters between Vagani and Badlapur stations, near 100 km from Mumbai, were rescued and taken to safety, after an 8-hour-long rescue operation mounted by various forces,

Children, women, nine of them pregnant, elders and disabled persons were rescued first and taken to a safer location nearby. Several boats were used for the rescue operation, while 37 doctors, including a gynaecologist, were deployed at the site. The train was standed at the place from 3 am, passengers said.

Units of the National Disaster Relief Relife (NDRF), army and air force along with railway officials were deployed from early morning to rescue the passengers, who thanked the authorities for the help. As many as nine pregnant women were there and elderly people were rescued after rescuing them. Finally male passengers were evacuated, said NDRF chief S N Pradhan. Several of them, including senior citizens, could be seen walking on the tracks where the waters had receded. The rescued passengers have left for Mumbai, officials said.

Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai said in New Delhi that his ministry got information about the stranded train at about 8.50 am while two teams of NDRF started the rescue operation at 9.40 am. "We got the information at 8.50 am while 2 teams of NDRF along with 9 boats reached there at 9.40 am and started the rescue operation," said Rai. "Home Ministry contacted Air Force officials, Railway officials & Maharashtra govt officials. We were in constant touch with Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis. The Home Minister himself monitored the operation," he added.

SN Pradhan, DG NDRF said, "Women and children were evacuated first including 9 pregnant women after that elderly person were evacuated and finally male passengers. The operation went on for around 8 hours, around 900 passengers have been safely evacuated." Home Minister Amit Shah praised various forces for the rescue effort which was closely monitored by his ministry.

"Teams of NDRF, Navy, IAF, Railways and state administration have safely rescued all the 700 passengers stranded on Mahalaxmi Express near Mumbai. We were closely monitoring the entire operation. Kudos to the rescue teams for their exemplary effort", he said in a tweet. Central Railway Chief Public Relations Officer said that a special train with 19 coaches will leave from Kalyan to Kolhapur with the passengers of Mahalaxmi Express.

Indigo to begin services from Chikalthana airport

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With a couple of airlines already operating flights from Chikalthana airport, Indigo airlines to have assured the Aurangabad airport authorities to start its services to Mumbai and Delhi from April. Union minister of state for skill development and entrepreneurship Rajeev Pratap Rudy, who had a brief stopover at Chikalthana airport on his way to Jalgaon on Wednesday, confirmed the news after speaking with the authorities of Indigo Airlines.

On his way to Jalgaon from Mumbai, Rudy had a technical halt at Aurangabad airport for about 30 minutes during which the airport officials briefed him about the requirement of starting new flights in the backdrop of growing demands. "We told him that Indigo Airlines had expressed its willingness to start flight services from Aurangabad but the matter needed to be expedited," said Alok Varshneya, director of Aurangabad airport.

"The minister immediately called up Rahul Bhatia, managing director of Indigo Airlines, and urged him to start flights services on Aurangabad-Mumbai and Aurangabad-Delhi route soon. Bhatia told Rudy the delay was because of problems in aircraft delivery. He expects to get two airplanes in March after which flight services would commence from Aurangabad in April," Varshneya said.

He said the airport authorities have been following up with various airlines and persuading them to start flight services to other cities from Aurangabad. "Aurangabad is a city of opportunities with massive industrialization and world-famous heritage structures. The city is also known for its tourist sites such as Ajanta & Ellora caves, Daulatabad fort and Kailash temple among others. A new five-star industrial park at Shendra-Bidkin under the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor project is being developed here. Besides, the country's first-of-its-kind dry port on Aurangabad-Jalna Road is also being established," he explained.

"Considering all these factors and Aurangabad's selection for the Smart City project, it extremely important to start additional flight services not only to other cities in the country but also to destinations abroad," Varshneya said.
"Various features of the airport include night parking and refueling facility. Moreover, the airport also has huge space for the construction of hangers for aircraft, various airline offices, and ticketing counters," he said. "The airport has witnessed an increase in the passenger movement from 2,67537 in 2011 to 4,61138 in 2015," he added.

IndiGo further strengthens Mumbai as an international travel hub; announces flights to Singapore and Bangkok

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Effective August 22, 2019, IndiGo to introduce non-stop flights from Mumbai to Singapore and Bangkok - Bookings open with immediate effect, with fares starting at INR 8499

IndiGo, India’s leading airline, reiterates it commitment towards strengthening its domestic and international air connectivity by introducing 05 new international flights from Mumbai. Effective August 22, 2019, IndiGo will operate non-stop flights from Mumbai to Singapore and Bangkok. Bookings on these routes are open with immediate effect. 

Mr. William Boulter, Chief Commercial Officer, IndiGo said, “We are delighted to add these flights to our network, strengthening Mumbai as an international travel hub. Connections between Mumbai and Singapore and Bangkok are highly significant from a trade perspective as it connects key commercial hubs in the region. These flights will further enhance our point-to-point connectivity in South-east Asia thereby promoting trade, tourism and mobility.” 

Mr. Boulter further added, “With the addition of these new international flights, we are committed to expanding our network to meet the requirements of both business and leisure travellers. It is our constant endeavour to provide flexibility of choice to our customers as IndiGo continues to offer on-time, affordable, courteous and hassle-free flying experience consistently.” 

These new flights are designed to cater to business and leisure travellers who are constantly on the lookout for new and affordable flying options. Customers who would like to plan their travel can book tickets through our official website www.goindigo.in.

About IndiGo IndiGo is amongst the fastest growing carriers in the world. IndiGo has a simple philosophy: offer low fares and on-time, courteous, hassle-free service. With its fleet of over 200 aircraft, the airline offers around 1400 daily flights and connects 55 domestic destinations and 17 international destinations.

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