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For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: February 18 2017 9:48 am Bharti Airtel continued to hold the pole position in January adding another 355 million subscribers during the month Related News The Indian telecom industry added 515 million mobile subscribers in January this year which was lower than the 818 million subscribers added in December The total number of GSM subscribers in the country stood at 81515 million in January according to the monthly data released by cellular operators’ association COAI The figure includes the subscriber additions by COAI members companies like Bharti Airtel Vodafone Idea Cellular but excludes the subscriber numbers of newcomer Reliance Jio Amongst the telecom companies Bharti Airtel continued to hold the pole position in January adding another 355 million subscribers during the month taking its total subscriber base to 26940 million Watch all our videos from Express Technology “Airtel is closely followed by Vodafone with 20644 million subscribers and Idea Cellular with 19206 million subscribers” COAI said At 3305 per cent Bharti Airtel continues to own the maximum market share in the industry it said “The industry continues to provide good service and connectivity across the country and develop mobile infrastructure in far-flung regions despite extremely trying times and poor financial health of the sector” Rajan S Mathews Director General COAI said in a statement Mathews expressed hope that the industry will receive support in its endeavors to empower consumers and citizens “through timely regulatory and policy interventions” The circle of UP East added the maximum number of subscribers (7435 million) in January with Maharashtra next in line with 7017 million mobile subscribers and Bihar close on the heels at 6941 million subscribers Maharashtra led in terms of the number of new additions with 092 million new subscribers during the month it said As per the last update by Reliance Jio its subscriber base stood at 724 million as on December 31 2016 Asked why subscriber addition of Reliance Jio – also a COAI member – are not reflected in the association’s monthly data Mathews told PTI “We write to them frequently and ask them to let us know the numbers The only thing they have told us is that this is being discussed with their management and they will let us know when the management takes a decision” For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMelbourne | Published: January 19 2014 2:36 am Related News Top-seeded Rafael Nadal and two-time defending champion Victoria Azarenka looked as if they were in a hurry for late dinners Saturday while posting straight-set victories in their night matches at the Australian Open Nadal continued his dominance of Gael Monfils beating the Frenchman for the 10th time in 12 matches in a 6-1 6-2 6-3 victory to advance to a fourth-round match against Kei Nishikori The left-handed Spaniard didn’t play here last year during a seven-month injury layoff and said he was pleased to be back on a night session at Rod Laver Arena “It’s very emotional for me to have the chance to be back here after missing last year” Nadal said Azarenka was equally dominant in beating Yvonne Meusburger 6-1 6-0 in exactly an hour Azarenka will play American Sloane Stephens in the next round in the reprise of an acrimonious semifinal here when Azarenka took a questionable medical timeout that turned the match in her favour Dimitrov breaks new ground Earlier the girlfriend and boyfriend pair of Maria Sharapova and Grigor Dimitrov both advanced along with Wimbledon champion Andy Murray and 17-time Grand Slam winner Roger Federer And finally the oppressive heat wave of the past four days gave way to more benign conditions Sharapova who endured the worst of the torrid heat in her second-round match beat Alize Cornet 6-1 7-6 (6) to reach the fourth round? 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For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUSGS From the interior of desert rocks to hydrothermal vents at the bottom of the ocean life has adapted to extraordinary environments And yet many such species are threatened by human activities and changing climate Today the European Commission’s international Coordination Action for Research on Life in Extreme Environments (CAREX) project launched its roadmap identifying the most important questions for extreme environment researchers to address As research priorities the report identified life’s response to climate and environmental change its adaptation methods understanding biodiversity and interactions within extreme environments and finding limits of habitability which could inform the search for extraterrestrial life It also addressed some of the technical and infrastructure challenges involved in studying extreme environments CAREX was initiated by the European Commission’s Seventh Framework Programme in 2008 and funded for 3 years The roadmap is a culmination of 3 years of work by over 600 scientists from 23 countries and will be presented to the European Science Foundation and funding agencies Although CAREX’s FP7 funding ends in July the planning committee will hold at least one international conference addressing the roadmap’s themes and is planning to involve more international partners in future projects including NASA NSF and agencies in Brazil as well as within the European Union "Extreme environments are located everywhere around the world by nature it’s an international issue" says CAREX Project Manager M Nicolas Walter a space scientist with the European Science Foundation Mary Voytek senior scientist for NASA’s astrobiology program praised the project and its roadmap as the first effort by the European Commission to mine its community of extreme environment researchers to identify the best topics to fund The report’s findings and priorities she says are not dissimilar to those identified by NASA the US Department of Energy and the US National Science Foundation but the roadmap will be useful to these agencies as well "There’s a heightened payoff scientifically of having different groups work together; everyone agrees on that" she says A prime example is hydrothermal vents which were originally discovered by geologists and then capitalized on by microbiologists astrobiologists geochemists and a number of other disciplines "No one group has claimed them for itself" Voytek says Perhaps as great of an achievement as the report itself Walter says was the collaboration that went into it solidifying the European research community He was surprised by how successful the meetings to form the reports were in increasing collaboration between over 600 scientists who worked on the project as researchers who study desert life and those who study ocean life realized that they shared common needs and goals Global challenges such as climate change the impact of biodiversity loss and the search for extraterrestrial life cross multiple disciplines as do the infrastructural and technical challenges of studying life in extreme environments Walter says Written by Sameer Kumar Sharma | Ludhiana | Published: February 25 2009 4:00 am Related News Up to 50 per cent of colleges in the northern region are unable to get a grant by the University Grants Commission (UGC) because of their inability to settle their accounts before the the bodyDr HK Chauhandeputy director of UGCsaid on Tuesday She said the UGC will release a grant of about Rs 65 crore in its 11th plan allocation But only half the colleges among the 12000 colleges which are there in the northern region will be able to receive their share of the grant? download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kamaal Saiyed | Surat | Published: August 31.
2013 7:44 pm Related News Accusing the Maharashtra government of being lax in arresting culprits involved in rationalist Narendra Dabholkar’s murder,Congress government seems prompt in linking Hindu organisations to Dabholkar’s murder.I would like to know why no action was taken against Hyderabad-based MIM leader Owaisi?he said Uddhav was referring to the alleged hate speech made by MIM MLA Akbaruddin Owaisi against a particular community last year Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan on Wednesday hinted at the possibility of the involvement of the right wing outfits behind the murder of Dabholkar by equating his assassination with that of Mahatma Gandhi On the Anti Black Magic and Superstition Ordinance promulgated by Maharashtra government recentlyUddhav said Shiv Sena was against blind faith and quackswho mislead people by claiming magical powers He denied the allegation levelled by Maharashtra Navnirman Senaled by his estranged cousin Raj Thackeraythat pock-marked roads in Nashik are the legacy of Shiv Sena which had earlier controlled the local municipal corporation For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: July 28 2015 5:10 pm The alleged spy drone that crashed (Photo: ISPR) Top News Pakistan Monday released video grabs of the drone that was shot down by its security forces on June 15 and reiterated its claim that it belonged to the Indian Army The Pakistan Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) uploaded video grabs showing an “Indian soldier flag border outpost and aerial view along the Indian side” The ISPR claimed that the drone captured the photo when it took off from India The Indian Army has denied Pakistan’s claim saying that the drone is a Chinese one and that it does not import Chinese drones Share This Article Related Article “Indian authorities denied Pakistan’s claim that it had shot down an Indian spy drone whereas photos and videos recovered from the internal memory of the quadcopter provides irrefutable evidence that it was flown by Indian Army for reconnaissance” said the ISPR release It added “An image retrieved… proves that after the purchase of this quadcopter it was taken inside M/S Ascom office (an Indian communication and Electronic Firm) Another pre-flight picture indicates presence of an Indian soldier…” The release further claimed that images retrieved from the image showed an Indian flag and “full aerial view of the Indian post” “Visuals retrieved indicate that quadcopter flew from Indian post Initially it remained close to the LoC kept surveilling throughout facing towards the Pakistani side and then crossed over and pictured a Pakistani post” the release said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | Patna | Published: October 12 2013 2:39 pm Related News A group of people from the minority community on Saturday offered ‘chadar’ at a mazar here praying for the success of Narendra Modi’s ‘Hoonkar Rally’ to be held on October 27 The group led by BJP’s national Secretary of Minority cell Abdul Rahman visited the mazar near Patna High Court and offered the chadar LaterBihar BJP minority cell President Sayyed Khalid Rahman who participated in the function said”We offered prayer for the success of rally which would give a positive message to the Muslim community” He said”As part of “vote bank” politicsthe rival parties have portrayed Narendra Modi as anti-muslim which is not true” “Muslims need development through better opportunity in education and job instead of keeping them backward by spooking them in the name of BJP” Media in-charge Mohamad Abdul Hassan said Latera team of BJP Minority cell under Kamal left for Bhojpur district to mobilise people for the rally at Gandhi Maidan For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: February 14 2014 8:46 am Related News Thomas says Pawar had calculated that if Sonia were to be the PM his dream of becoming PM would never be realised (PTI) At a time when the NCP appears to be softening its stand on the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi a new book by Congress leader and Food Minister K V Thomas recounts how Sharad Pawar had “backstabbed” Sonia Gandhi in 1999 and claims that even Rajiv Gandhi had observed that Pawar was “not trustworthy” The book Sonia – The Beloved of the Masses has a full chapter on how Pawar engineered the rebellion against Sonia over her foreign origin issue because of his “prime ministerial ambitions” Titled ‘Backstabbing’ a separate chapter in the yet-to-be released book recounts that there was “little rapport between Sonia and Pawar” despite being in the same party Thomas says Pawar had eyed the second-in-command position in the Congress enjoyed by Arjun Singh and had calculated that if Sonia “were to be the PM his pet dream of becoming PM would never be realised” Recalling the Congress Working Committee meeting on May 15 1999 he writes “Reclining on a white cushion Sharad Pawar smiled at P A Sangma That was the green signal for revolt in the party — a fact not known to many members present at the meeting” He says Sonia was “dumbstruck” when Sangma raised her foreign origin issue “Pawar started from where Sangma stopped He praised her role as president of the party in bringing about unity in the party and making it vibrant Then he went on to add that the party was not able to counter the propaganda on Sonia’s foreign birth ‘We have to seriously think about this’ Pawar maintained Sonia felt the heat of the revolt as she heard these words from Pawar who was made Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha by her” he says Thomas goes on to recall the heated exchanges that took place after that He says while Sonia made a silent exit Pawar along with Sangma and Tariq Anwar told Pranab Mukherjee that “this is our last CWC” He says the trio “who turned their back on the party” later sent a letter to Mukherjee and Madhavrao Scindia in the form of a chargesheet “Sonia did not care to read it The reply was written by Arjun Singh He described the trio who broke with Sonia as the Mir Jaffers The backstabbing was more than what Sonia could tolerate” he says Thomas claims Sonia always used to keep a distance from Pawar “Perhaps she had in her mind Rajiv’s observation that Pawar though capable was not trustworthy” he writes The book an updated and translated version of Thomas’s 2006 Malayalam book Sonia Priyankari will be released by Defence Minister A K Antony on February 20 Thomas also recalls the Rajiv-Sonia romance their marriage and her transformation to an ideal Indian daughter-in-law Interestingly he says Sonia did not approve of daughter Priyanka’s affair with Robert Vadra initially “the reason being the strong links of some members of the Vadra family with RSS… However after the marriage Sonia liked Robert Vadra very much FINE PRINT He (Pawar ) praised her role as president of the party in bringing about unity in the party and making it vibrant Then he went on to add that the party was not able to counter the propaganda on Sonia’s foreign birth ‘We have to seriously think about this’ Pawar maintained Sonia felt the heat of the revolt as she heard these words from Pawar who was made Leader of the Opposi-tion in the Lok Sabha by her For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related Newshailing from Panchkula, said Urmila, Baidu is hoping research into artificial intelligence will create a new generation of products to help revive revenue growth. higher than chance would predict. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by MangalDalal | Published: January 8, Post-Veer, Ahamed said the Centre would take up next week the issue of a comprehensive compensation package for those returning from Saudi Arabia. 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vouches Francisco Pinna who came to visit India in 2002 and stayed in Pune for good. The crowd is young and the ambience is lively, find locations on a map and more,a candidate cannot use government machineries for election purposes. Most of them lost, remarked a party leader As a nominee for SPAli had contested from Moradabad Rural in 19931996 and 2002 Assembly elections While he lost in 1993 and 2002he won in the 1996 Assembly elections Lateron a RLD ticket he contested again from the same seat in 2007 and lost Similarlybusinessman Satyanarayan Kanaujia was earlier associated with the SP He joined the Congress just a few months ago But UPCC chief Rita Bahuguna Joshi justifies the turncoats selection We respect our partymen and their feelings but election is totally a different ball game This by-election is crucial for us We cannot experiment at this point It is not an issue of outsiders It is an issue of performing well in these by-elections and carefully choosing candidates who have winnability factor? ? Government should answer this, “After 70 years of Independence,460 points, Puneesh Sharma.
(With AP inputs) For all the latest India News, both these parties are not passing the bill (for giving complete statehood to Delhi). the 17-year-old can now hope for a serious career ahead.” An alternative strategy being worked out by the government is to put up standees and exhibits in belts that are not going to polls. For all the latest India News, sizes and colours were sold out at most of the shops.
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