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Sunday, 31 May 2020

OnePlus 7T Series, OnePlus 7 Series Start Receiving OxygenOS 10.3.3 Update in India

OnePlus 7T, OnePlus 7T Pro, OnePlus 7, and OnePlus 7 Pro smartphones are getting a new OxygenOS update that includes Dolby Atmos support for the new OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z earphones, along with other improvements, according to the company. 
The OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7T series are getting OxygenOS 10.3.3 in India that brings the April 2020 security patch as well. Both these series of phones come with Dolby Atmos support and with the new update, the newly released OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z earphones can now be integrated with this Dolby Atmos feature for better sound quality.

OnePlus 7, OnePlus 7 Pro OxygenOS 10.3.3 update

According to posts made by OnePlus on its forums, OxygenOS 10.3.3 update for the OnePlus 7₹ 29,999 and OnePlus 7 Pro phones in India brings the April 2020 security patch. It adds Dolby Atmos support for the OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z earphones for better sound quality.
The volume adjustment has been optimised and the battery life has been reportedly improved. There are some general fixes and stability improvements as well.
 The update also adds lens stain detection. Finally, Epic Games has been added in the Game Space app on the OnePlus 7 series and this feature is exclusive to the India variant of the phones.
This Epic Games integration allows for easy downloading of Fortnite and Battle Breakers without having to go to the Play Store.

OnePlus 7T, OnePlus 7T Pro OxygenOS 10.3.3 update

The OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro are also getting all the same improvements as the OnePlus 7 series, along with one other feature in the camera department. OnePlus 7T series users can now record 960fps slow-motion videos at 720p resolution. 
Till now, the phones supported 480fps slow-motion video at 720p. This feature is exclusive to the OnePlus 7T series.
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Tuesday, 26 May 2020

Motorola Edge+ to Go on Sale at Midnight Tonight in India via Flipkart: Price, Offers

Motorola Edge+ price in India is set at Rs. 74,999 for the single 12GB RAM variant.

Motorola Edge+ smartphone is set to go on sale in India at midnight tonight. The smartphone will be available to purchase via Flipkart in two colour options.
 Customers residing in areas marked as Red, Orange, and Green zones will be able to purchase the smartphone, however, its sale is restricted in containment zones, as per the government's guidelines. 
Motorola Edge+ was launched on May 19 and the phone was up for pre-booking in the country on the same day.

Motorola Edge+ price in India, launch offers

The Motorola Edge+ price in India is set at Rs. 74,999 for the single 12GB + 256GB storage variant. The phone is offered in Smoky Sangria and Thunder Grey colour options.
The Edge+ is available to purchase through Flipkart and major offline retail stores. The online sale will begin at 12am (midnight) while the phone will be available to purchase via offline stores on May 26. Coming to launch offers, customers can get flat Rs. 7,500 off on purchases made using ICICI bank credit cards on Flipkart. Buyers can also enjoy this instant discount on EMI transactions made via ICICI bank credits.
To recall, Motorola Edge+ was first unveiled in Europe and the US markets in April.

Motorola Edge+ specifications, features

Coming to the specifications, the single-SIM (Nano) Motorola Edge+ runs Android 10 and features a 6.7-inch full-HD+ "Endless Edge" display with 90Hz refresh rate and HDR10+ support. The phone is powered by octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC, coupled 12GB RAM.
The quad rear camera setup on Motorola Edge+ includes a 108-megapixel primary camera that supports optical image stabilisation (OIS). 
Further, the camera setup has a 16-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, an 8-megapixel camera also with OIS support and lastly, a Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensor. 
For selfies and video chat, the phone carries a 25-megapixel camera, housed inside the hole-punch cutout.    
Moreover, the onboard 256GB storage on Motorola Edge+ does not support expansion via a microSD card. Connectivity options on the phone include 5G (NR sub-6GHz), 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth v5.1, GPS/ A-GPS, USB Type-C, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. 
There's also a massive 5,000mAh battery that supports 18W TurboPower wired charging, 18W wireless charging, and 5W wireless reverse power sharing.
Lastly, the Motorola Edge+ measures 161.1x71.4x9.6mm and weighs 203 grams.
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Monday, 25 May 2020

Samsung Galaxy A31 India Launch Set for June 4, Price Leaked

Samsung Galaxy A31 is set to launch in India on June 4, Samsung revealed on Monday. The Samsung phone was unveiled earlier this month as a successor to the Galaxy A30. 
It comes with quad rear cameras and a waterdrop-style display notch. The Galaxy A31 comes in four colour options.
 However, a report claims that the new model would go on sale through the company's offline and online channels in the country.

Samsung Galaxy A31 price in India (expected), availability details

The Samsung Galaxy A31 price in India will be at around Rs. 23,000, Indo-Asian News Service (IANS) reports, citing people familiar with the development.
 Samsung separately revealed that the Samsung Galaxy A31 will be launched on June 4, via a microsite that also features a 'notify me' button for further updates. 
IANS in its report claims the smartphone will go on through all the company's offline and online channels alongside e-commerce platforms.
The Samsung Galaxy A31 was unveiled globally back in March. The phone comes as the successor to the Galaxy A30 that was launched in February last year.

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Samsung Galaxy A31 specifications, features

The dual-SIM (Nano) Samsung Galaxy A31 runs Android 10 with One UI on top and has a 6.4-inch full-HD+ (1080x2400 pixels) Infinity-U display with 20:9 aspect ratio. Under the hood, the phone has an octa-core SoC, which is believed to be a MediaTek Helio P65 SoC, paired with 4GB and 6GB RAM options.
 There is the quad rear camera setup that houses a 48-megapixel primary sensor, 8-megapixel secondary sensor with an ultra-wide-angle lens, 5-megapixel macro shooter, and a 5-megapixel depth sensor. For selfies, the Samsung phone offers a 20-megapixel camera sensor at the front.
Samsung has provided 64GB and 128GB of onboard storage options on the Galaxy A31, along with a microSD card slot for expansion (up to 512GB).
 Connectivity options include 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS/ A-GPS, and a USB-Type port. The phone offers an in-display fingerprint sensor for biometric authentication. Besides, it packs a 5,000mAh battery that supports 15W fast charging.
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Sunday, 24 May 2020

50 thousand N95 mask making machine of the day made by Gujarati engineers

A lockdown was announced due to the epidemic and the management of Raju Engineers Company in Rajkot decided that the necessary machines should be made in India to meet the epidemic. Raju Engineers have started making N-95 mask making machine. This is the first machine in India that can make 50000 n ninety five masks in one day! Raju's design team has been working continuously for about 15 days and has completed the complex design work of this machine.

International level masks can be made: the best mask to fight the epidemic now indispensability: Utsav Doshi - Khushbu Doshi

A large team of the company’s engineers was hired to complete the design and the company’s software engineers are working to program the PLC. This approach will enable the production of protective masks required during epidemics only in India and by indigenous machines. And this machine can make high quality, international level masks.

Importantly, a machine that can produce a special type of meltbloon non woven fabric used in the Ninety Five mask is also being developed by Raju Engineers. Raju Engineers is the first Indian company to make dye for making meltblan fabric. The two machines will be operational in the first week of June.

In an epidemic like Corona, this mask is now inevitable. This mask, as the name implies, prevents the impurities, germs, and toxins in the air from entering the body. Its distinctive material and design do the job perfectly. Raju Engineers has the capability to make new machines. For the last 32 years he has been creating many miracles in the field of engineering.

They make countless machines ranging from printing machines for stick packaging materials to PVC pipes, irrigation pipes. Raju Engineers is the number one company in Saurashtra for making tailor made machines as per the requirement of the customer.

Utsav Doshi and Khushbu Doshi of Raju Engineers say that the land of Rajkot is a land of engineers where even a ventilator can be built quickly and the country needs indispensable machines of good technology to fight the epidemic and Rajkot's engineering companies have come forward to work in the field of technology. . Raju has also developed a machine to make the fabric used in this mask.

The company's expert engineers worked from home and designed world-class machines. After the design of both the machines is ready, the efficiency of both has been proved on the computer based on the design software and now the production process has been started.


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Tuesday, 19 May 2020

Hurricane Unfan will hit these parts of the country after 21 years - read how much it will affect Gujarat

Hurricane Amfan, which originated from the Bay of Bengal, has taken a more severe form on the Bay of South and Central Bengal. The Indian Meteorological Department has issued alerts for West Bengal and Orissa. At the same time, he said, the next few hours are very important in keeping an eye on the storm. The picture shows that the car was crushed when the wall collapsed due to strong winds in Coimbatore. While the storm has not even fully come yet and has started wreaking such havoc.

The meteorological department said that Hurricane Anfan was moving from the southern part of Bengal to West Bengal and Orissa at a speed of 13 kmph in six hours. This will wander along the coasts of West Bengal, Orissa and Bangladesh. The picture given by Ahiya is of the devastation in Coimbatore.

The Indian Meteorological Department has warned that the storm is likely to intensify in the next six hours. It is likely to cross West Bengal on the afternoon or evening of May 20, moving north-east and gaining momentum in the north-western Bay of Bengal. The images are of the devastation in Coimbatore where trees and electricity pylons have been uprooted.

At present the speed of the cyclone is 160 kilometers per hour. This is about 1,000 kilometers away. On May 19 this cyclone could wreak havoc. Cyclone Amfan could turn into a super cyclone, according to a private news agency. This information has been given by the Meteorological Department of India. In Coimbatore, electricity and telephone wires and trees have fallen in many places.

It has been asked to stop loading and unloading of goods at Haldia port. All kinds of safety measures have been taken. "The storm in the Bay of Bengal is likely to accelerate in the next 12 hours," said Vishwas, director of the Bhubaneswar Meteorological Department.

It is also likely to rain with strong winds. Some fishermen's boats have also been damaged in Ramanathapuram. If this hurricane takes on a larger form, it is likely to wreak more havoc than the Corona.

Extremely Severe Cyclonic Storm ‘AMPHAN’: 18th May 2020 (1000 to 1027 IST). Likely to intensify further as Super Cyclone.
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If we talk about this hurricane, the threat to the Bay of Bengal states is high. If we talk about Gujarat, the people of Gujarat are relieved by this hurricane. Gujarat will not be harmed by this storm.
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Monday, 18 May 2020

Lockdown 4.0 starts today: From e-commerce to flights, what’s allowed, what’s not in new MHA guidelines

The Centre has issued a set of detailed guidelines to be followed for Lockdown 4.0 that starts today and will continue till May 31. From allowing e-commerce companies to deliver all goods to prohibiting flight and train movement, here's what the guidelines say:

The Centre has also allowed state governments to decide on the demarcation of coronavirus Red Zones, Orange Zones and Green Zones. This was a longstanding demand of the state governments as many of the chief ministers told the Centre that they were not being consulted for the demarcation.

As Lockdown 4.0 kicks off from Monday, here’s what the new guidelines bring for the country:
1. No flight movement will be allowed. Only those essential flights moving medical goods, equipment or other essential freight will be allowed or those with special permission from the MHA. Domestic air ambulance and evacuation flights will also be permitted.
2. MHA has continued with the restrictions on train movement as well. Only Shramik Special trains, other special trains, parcel and freight services will operate during Lockdown 4.0.
3. All shops, except those in containment zones and malls, will be allowed to open from Monday with staggered timings during Lockdown 4.0. Salons, barbers and spas, except for those in malls, have been allowed to open. These relaxations do not apply to containment zones.
4. All Metro services, including Delhi Metro will remain suspended till May 31. DMRC has issued a statement saying Delhi Metro will remain closed in this period.
5. All social, political, religious functions, and places of worship to remain shut during extended lockdown till May 31. 
6. People above 65 years of age, persons with co-morbidities, pregnant women, children aged below 10 shall stay at home.
7. Movement of people will remain strictly prohibited across country from 7 pm to 7 am, except for essential activities. All non-essential activities during these hours will continue to remain prohibited.
8. E-commerce companies that were so far delivering only essential goods, have been permitted to deliver all goods, including those considered non-essential. However, these relaxations are not for the containment zones.
9. Hotels, restaurants, cinema halls, malls, swimming pools, gyms will continue to remain shut till May 31. Restaurants have been allowed to open their kitchens to start takeaway services.
10. MHA has allowed inter-state and intra-state movements of passenger vehicles and buses from areas other than the containment zones. The guidelines also made it clear that bus services will be allowed only with mutual consent of states and union territories involved.
11. About local transport in cities and towns, the Centre has left it to the states to decide on the operation of taxis and autorickshaws.
12. Schools, colleges and educational institutes across the country will remain closed during the extended lockdown till May 31.
13. Sports complexes and stadiums have been allowed to open up. But the government has said no spectators will be allowed for the games.
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Sunday, 17 May 2020

Lockdown 4.0 Guidelines: Here is how fourth phase is expected to be different

lockdown, which came into effect on March 25 of this year for containment of the spread of the novel coronavirus is drawing to a close. This nationwide lockdown announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to enter its fourth phase on May 18.

According to inputs, the guidelines for lockdown 4.0 will be announced on Sunday. This fourth phase of the lockdown is expected to last for two more weeks, until May 31.
With the exception of containment zones, autorickshaws, buses, and cabs are likely to get the Centre's permission to ply in red, orange and green zones. Similarly, e-commerce websites could be allowed to deliver non-essentials in all districts, except containment zones.
Offices and factories could also get the nod to operate with more strength. Industries have requested the central government to raise the cap of workforce participation to 50 per cent from the current 33 per cent as instructed by the Ministry of Home Affairs in its standing order
There is also speculation that the Union government could redefine red zones across the country.
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Saturday, 16 May 2020

Mizoram extends lockdown till May 31 to check spread of virus

The Mizoram government on Friday extended lockdown till May 31 to check the spread of coronavirus infection, an official said.

The decision was taken after various political parties and several organisations, including those of NGOs, churches and doctors, favoured extension of the lockdown at a meeting on Thursday, he said.
At a meeting of various task groups on Covid-19 presided over by Chief Secretary Lalnunmawi Chuango, it was decided that the lockdown will be extended beyond May 17, the official said.
New guidelines for extended lockdown too was discussed in the meeting, he added.
A task group was formed to study about extending insurance cover to frontline workers such as police, village or local-level task force volunteers, government employees on special duty and those who pick garbage from quarantine facilities, the official said.
Chief Minister Zoramthanga who presided over Thursday's meeting had said that extending the lockdown was crucial to ensure public safety, although the state has been declared green zone after its lone patient recovered on May 9.

The patient, who had a travel history to Netherlands, tested positive for Covid-19 on March 24.
Mizoram began testing of samples for Covid-19 at Zoram Medical College (ZMC) on April 7. Total 202 samples have been tested so far and all were found to be negative.
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Friday, 15 May 2020

Debt rises as onion prices go up, helpless farmer chokes, shortens life

A farmer of Isora village in Bhavnagar's Talaja has committed suicide as he could not get an affordable price for the onion he borrowed. The farmer has committed suicide out of frustration of not getting the price of onion. The family alleges that he committed suicide by choking himself. The police have launched further investigation into the matter.

Police have registered a case of suicide and are investigating. Then the question arises that who is responsible for giving life to the world? Doesn't the government really understand them? Just yesterday, a video went viral in Rajkot where a farmer was crying in the market yard when the price of onion was only Rs 3.

Speaking in detail, Bhupatbhai Shumbhubhai Jethwa (U.V.53), a farmer from Isora village, committed suicide by choking himself on his farm. Laljibhai Shambhubhai Jethwa, son of the deceased farmer, said, "We have a farm of five vighas." Two of them planted onions in Vigha.

The sheep and goats who did not get the right price for onions were given onions. The loss was due to not getting the right price of onion and the debt also increased. Tired of economic hardship, he took the step of suicide. I don't know how much he owed to my father.
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Sunday, 10 May 2020

PM Modi to hold fifth meeting with CMs on Monday to discuss post lockdown strategy

Coronavirus (Covid-19): As India enters last week of the third phase of the lockdown, which is scheduled to end on May 17, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold another meeting with state Chief Ministers via video-conference on Monday afternoon at 3 pm. This will be his fifth meeting with CMs to discuss post-lockdown strategy.

PM @narendramodi to hold the 5th meeting via video-conference with state Chief Ministers tomorrow afternoon at 3 PM.
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Although Covid-19 cases are doubling at a faster pace at present, the general sentiment in the government appears to be against rolling back the relaxations towards a gradual un-lockdown.
As per the Health Ministry dashboard, positive cases increased from 39,980 on May 3 to 62,939 on Sunday — the number of deaths also rising within the week from 1,301 to 2,109. May 3 was the last day of the second phase of the lockdown.
While extending the lockdown till May 17, the government had announced considerable relaxations in green and orange zones, including movement of private and public transport within a state, and further opening up of the economy. The government also allowed private offices to function with 33% strength as well as standalone liquor shops in red zones, barring containment areaOn Saturday, the Health Ministry had decided to deploy more Central teams to 10 states that have “witnessed/are witnessing high case load and high spurt”, including Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Earlier, 20 teams of public health experts had been deployed to high-case-load districts.
At the same time, a government source said, “Though cases are increasing, the discussions in the system are about post-lockdown activities. Different ministries are planning required action points.” Another source highlighted that the informal group of over a dozen ministers, chaired by Rajnath Singh, to guide the administration on people’s issues has virtually finished its job.
“While earlier meetings used to be about lockdown challenges and how to deal with them, the high-level meetings are now about what to do next,” said a source, referring to a series of meetings, on education, power, financial sector, agriculture, civil aviation sector among others, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
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Saturday, 9 May 2020

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Friday, 8 May 2020

Red Zone filled eight buses from Ahmedabad and brought the people of Kutch back to their homeland

Many people from Kutch are trapped in outlying states and districts. After the demand to bring them back, the Kutchmadus trapped in Ahmedabad, which has become a red zone, were brought to Kutch by 3 buses last night.

In the last two months, people who have settled down in Ahmedabad for business, employment or any other job have been suffering. Due to which after submitting this issue to the government and seeking permission to bring Kutch from Ahmedabad, more than 200 people were transported to different talukas of Kutch by maintaining social distance in a total of 8 buses.

According to sources, many people had filled up the form to get the pass online but it was rejected. As a result, people from different walks of life were successfully brought together in the government, which was presented to the social leaders. Upon entering Kutch, all the people who were taken under observation at the health center where all have been health checked and home quarantined as per government guidelines.

Fear spread among the people when word spread that people had come to Kutch from Ahmedabad by filling 8 buses at night. However, according to the health official, people coming from outside Kutch are quarantined through health check-ups, so it is important to avoid false rumors.


- More than 200 people trapped for 3 months were sent home after approval
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Thursday, 7 May 2020

Toxic gas leaks before Corona is unleashed, killing three and leaving hundreds in hospital

A case of gas leakage has come to light in a pharmaceutical company in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. The incident happened on Thursday morning. Then there is the atmosphere of tension throughout the city. Still the situation is not under control. The local administration and the navy have evacuated the villages around the factory.

It is being reported that there has been a leakage of toxic gas from Vishakha LG Polymer Company based in RR Venkatapuram. Today an area around three kilometers of the factory is affected by the toxic gas. Currently five villages have been evacuated, with hundreds of people arriving at the hospital with headaches, vomiting and shortness of breath.

Three killed, 20 in critical condition
Three people have died at a government hospital. While the condition of 20 people is said to be serious. Most of them are elderly and children. It is said that 170 people have been admitted to government hospitals. In addition, many people have been admitted to private hospitals in Gopalpur. 2000 beds have been arranged.

Leakage of Pvc or strain gas

The municipal commissioner of Visakhapatnam has said that there was a gas leak in the initial report. The leak started at half past one in the morning. Hundreds of people have been trapped in the gas leak and many have fainted while some are having difficulty breathing.

However, the real cause of the gas leak has not been identified yet. At present, Vinay Chand, District Officer, Visakhapatnam, has reached the spot and is monitoring the situation. He says the situation has been brought under control within two hours. Some people are having trouble breathing and are being given oxygen support.

NDRF teams have also been present at the spot and people are being evacuated from the village. Police officers are appealing to people to get out of the house and go to a safe place. At the same time, people are being appealed not to go to the affected area.

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