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Wednesday, 20 May 2020

Smart kit 360 App Download 2020.

Smart kit 360 App Download 2020.

Do a lot with just one multi-purpose App!


Do a lot with just one multi-purpose App!
Smart Kit 360 is an all-in-one app and is half the size of a common "standalone tool" application like compass, translator or a ringtone maker app. This way you'll save a lot of disk space, time and frustration searching for all the daily tools you need!
Main Features
★ Tiny Size
★ More than 40 apps can be replaced with one app
★ Has the most commonly used app features
★ One easy tap to create shortcuts on your home screen
★ Tools are arranged as per different category by which finding them is very easy ►
Productivity • Utility • Calculation • Conversion • Navigation & Measuring Tools
Smart Kit 360 combines uniquely with several functions ►

1. Heart Rate Monitor
Measure your heart rate with device camera and observe a real time pulse chart. Checking your pulse is a simple way to get information about your health.

2. Translator (All languages)
Easily translate words from one language to another through simple operations.

3. Multilingual Dictionary
Free online dictionaries for almost every existing language.

4. Exercise Timer
Ultimate fitness companion for any of your gym or home workouts.

5. Cache Cleaner, RAM Booster
Keep your phone clean! Clean junk files, cache and boost device RAM.

6. Battery Saver
Save and Extend Your Battery Life with this one-tap easy optimiser.

7. Sound Meter
Monitor the current sound pressure level and its spectrum.

8. Map
Get directions faster, find places, shows your current location on the map & share your GPS coordinates

9. Compass
Get the right directions always in your hand for most of your outdoor activities.

10. Magnifier
Magnify small objects that are hard to see. It also includes a flash light.

11. Mirror
See yourself using your front facing camera even at night.

12. Protractor
Measure the slope of any object using your camera and imaginary weight.

13. Audio, Video Cutter
Select the part/scene you want to cut and this tool will handle the rest.

14. Metal Detector
Detect magnetic field of nearby materials and observe it on real time chart.

15. Notepad
Take notes easily in your favourite colours. Backup notes, stay organised!

16. Currency Converter
Convert between different currencies. Currencies are updated automatically.

17. Calculator & Graph
Make basic calculations with graphs
18. Unit Converter
Convert between different physical units.
19. Audio Recorder
Easily record and playback high quality long-time sound recording on your smartphone or tablet.
20. Metronome
Classic metronome with adjustable tempo.
21. Pitch Tuner
Tune the pitch of your voice or musical instruments. It can also play the corrected tone.
22. Code Scanner
Scan bar and QR codes quickly with your camera.
23. File Manager, Root Explorer
File manager with Root Explorer.
24. Altimeter
Calculates your elevation via GPS
25. Abacus
Simple calculating tool and useful learning device
26. Ruler
Easily measure the dimensions of different objects.
27. Leveler
Check the surface levels.
28. Speedometer
Shows useful speed and distance information for your journey.
29. Flashlight
Use it as a manual torch light, as a strobe light or as a music light show.
30. Checklist, Reminder
Get Things Done with a flexible to-do list.
31. Stopwatch
Precision stopwatch with “Auto Save” results function.
32. Vibrometer
Measures vibrations on all 3 axes: X, Y, Z
33. Pedometer
Records the number of steps you have walked
34. Internet Speed Test
Accurate Internet connection speed test
35. Lux Meter
Light meter for measuring illuminance (lux, fc)
36. Time Zones
World time with weather
Tools support both metric and imperial unit formats and several languages.
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Tuesday, 19 May 2020

Eid-al-Fitr : Full Information

Eid-al-Fitr (Eid al-Fitr, Eid ul-Fitr, Id-Ul-Fitr, Eid) is the first day of the Islamic month of Shawwal.
It marks the end of Ramadan, which is a month of fasting and prayer.
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Many Muslims attend communal prayers, listen to a khutba (sermon) and give zakat al-fitr (charity in the form of food) during Eid al-Fitr.
The festival of Eid al-Fitr, the Festival of Fast-breaking, is an important religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide that marks the end of Ramadan,the Islamic holy month of fasting.
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The holiday celebrates the conclusion of the 29 or 30 days of dawn-to-sunset fasting during the entire month of Ramadan.
As the date of Eid depends on the sighting of the moon, there may be variations in the exact date that is celebrated around the world.
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The announcement of the exact dates of Eid Al-Fitr may not happen until close to the start of Ramadan.

Other Names and Languages 

English Eid ul Fitr
French Aïd el-Fitr
German Eid al-Fitr (Fest des Fastenbrechens)
Norwegian Id al-fitr
Spanish Eid al-Fitr
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called al-ʿĪd al-Ṣaghīr, Turkish Ramazan Bayrami (“Ramadan Festival”), first of two canonical festivals of Islam.
Eid al-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan,
The Muslim holy month of fasting, and is celebrated during the first three days of Shawwal.
The 10th month of the Islamic calendar.
As in Islam’s other holy festival, Eid al-Adha.
Eid al-Fitr is a time of official receptions and private visits.
When friends greet one another, presents are given, new clothes are worn, and the graves of relatives are visited.

Eid ul-Fitr Celebrations across India

On this day, Muslims wear new clothes and visit mosques for offering their prayers to Allah.
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They recite a particular religious prayer known as salat, on this day.
Here Muslims prepare exotic sweets such as ‘Seviyan’ and organize grand get-togethers at their residences.
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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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