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” says Talia Landa, Gupta said,Even though the schedule has been disturbed but the delay will not cause students to go to private schools as the students who wish to enroll in private schools will any way go for them We have to identify the ones who are not interested (to enroll) and persuade them Thus even delay can be helpful in identifying them (such students)?Desai said there was already a shortage of 116 teachers,in New York. The Mumbai native,” a police officer said.or brought laws to make it independent,” “When someone showed the nuns a video of her bloody performance at Sunday night’s VMA Awards,if I get good comedy or romantic movies I will take them up but whatever I do has to be larger than life. download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Dipankar Ghose | Raipur | Published: June 9.

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Meanwhile,only by?g. post offices government buildings CSCs) should be further leveraged for provision of digital services In rural and remote areas private sector players should be incentivized to provide last mile connectivity USOF can be effectively used to incentivize and create a viable business model The deployment of funds so far has been erratic and not been used to effectively to fund the cost of infrastructure creation in rural areasCurrently the fund has over Rs 451 billion in reserves which can be used to finance rural digital infrastructure growth in India through direct investment or subsidies Read More:Mumbai gets 500 public Wi-Fi hostpots across the city Satellite communication solutions could be used to speed up broadband access in rural and remote areas For instance banks can use VSAT technology to connect remote ATMs remote branches that need instant access to customer data It could be used as a last mile connectivity solution in rural areas which lack telecom networks Another example could be of the navigational system NAVIC (Navigation with Indian Constellation) which can have applications in terrestrial aerial and marine navigation disaster management vehicle tracking and fleet management integration with mobile phones precise timing mapping and geodetic data capture terrestrial navigation aid for hikers and travellers and visual/ voice navigation for drivers For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAn ambulance whizzes by and suddenly its siren drops in pitch We are all familiar with the Doppler effect even if we don’t know it by name Now scientists have found an alternative version of the phenomenon for when sound or light scatters off a rotating object The discovery could enable astronomers to measure a distant planet’s rotation or even improve the performance of wind turbines Here’s how the Doppler effect works: When a noisy object is moving toward you its sound waves bunch up producing a higher frequency or pitch Conversely as soon as the object is moving away from you the sound waves stretch out and the pitch lowers The faster the object the greater the pitch change The Doppler effect occurs for light as well as sound For instance astronomers routinely determine how fast stars and galaxies are moving away from us by measuring the extent to which their light is “stretched” into the lower frequency red part of the spectrum Redshifts like this were famously used in the 1920s to infer that most stars and galaxies are moving away from us and that the universe must be expanding Redshifts in light and the pitch-drop of passing sirens are both examples of a linear Doppler effect In recent decades however scientists have discovered that the Doppler effect also exists for objects that are rotating In 1981 chemist Bruce Garetz at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University showed that if a rotating object emits circularly polarized light that light’s frequency is shifted Then in 1997 physicists Iwo Bialynicki–Birula at the Center for Theoretical Physics in Warsaw and Zofia Bialynicka–Birula at the Institute of Physics also in Warsaw came up with a variant of the rotational Doppler effect exploiting the so-called orbital angular momentum (OAM) of light When light has OAM its electric and magnetic fields rotate so as to give its phase a corkscrewlike twist as the light propagates through space Iwo and Zofia Bialynicki–Birula showed that a rotating object emitting light would imbue that light with OAM; as a result a measurement of OAM would enable someone to infer the object’s rotation In a paper published online today in Science however physicist Miles Padgett and Martin Lavery at the University of Glasgow in the United Kingdom and colleagues from the University of Strathclyde also in Glasgow have gone one step further: demonstrating that light gets a Doppler shift in OAM simply by scattering off a rotating object The researchers made their discovery by shining a laser onto a fast-rotating plastic rotor They collected the scattered light at a detector which filtered it into two signals of positive (clockwise-rotating) and negative (counterclockwise-rotating) OAM Although the rotor did not change the light’s total OAM it did shift its positive OAM higher in frequency and its negative OAM lower in frequency The researchers used this frequency separation to determine the speed of the rotor’s rotation Most objects don’t emit light; they scatter it toward our eyes from other sources such as light bulbs or the sun For this reason Padgett suggests that the Doppler-shift of scattered light—which should also be generated in sound waves—could find useful applications For example astronomers could use it to determine the rotation of distant planets he says Back on Earth he adds lasers could be sent through wind farms to determine the rotation of air currents “If you’re a windmill you’d like to know in advance of blustery wind so you can tether your blades” Engineer Alan Willner at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles applauds the fact that “fundamental” discoveries about waves are still being made—particularly with light’s OAM which itself was discovered only some 20 years ago “[Padgett] has kindled this excitement throughout the scientific community about this newly understood property of light” he saysBy: AFP | Published: November 3 2016 2:18 pm Nokia in 2013 bought 50 percent of its network activities from Germany’s Siemens Top News Finnish telecoms giant Nokia today said it had finalised its acquisition of former French-American rival Alcatel-Lucent Nokia the world’s number one mobile phone maker for more than a decade until 2012 had struck a deal to buy the other firm in April 2015 but has struggled to buy up the remaining shares to gain full control of the company By January it held a controlling interest of around 76 percent but a public exchange offer to buy the rest dragged on as small shareholders held out for a better price “The closing of the deal today marked by the purchase of all outstanding Alcatel-Lucent shares means Nokia will now start eliminating the complexity and costs of running two separate public companies” Nokia said in a statement Nokia has been going through a process of radical transformation over the last few years In 2013 it bought 50 percent of its network activities from Germany’s Siemens and the following year it divested from its previously world-leading mobile phone business It sold its mapping unit Here in 2015 as well as striking the deal to buy Alcatel-Lucent which had only recorded one year of annual profit since its inception in 2006 Nokia remains in the red though it said last week that it had managed to reduce net losses to 125 million euros (USD 135 million) in the third quarter after a 665-million-euro loss in the previous quarter (USD 725 million) Read-Microsoft Teams is here to take on Slack: Here are the top features Thanks to the Alcatel-Lucent acquisition the company’s net sales grew by nearly 94 percent to 589 billion euros from 304 billion for Nokia alone a year before Nokia was the world’s top mobile phone maker between 1998 and 2011 but was overtaken by South Korean rival Samsung after failing to respond to the rapid rise of smartphones For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | New York | Published: March 13 2013 3:50 pm Related News Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have reportedly split The Australian actor is currently in Australia while Cyrus has been photographed without her ring in LA The trouble in their relationship first surfaced when reports emerged when Hemsworth was photographed with January Jones at a pre-Oscar party At that timeCyrus took to her Twitter to deny that she was cancelling her wedding but New York Post cites various sources to claim that the couple are headed for splitsville “He needed to get away from Los Angeles and spend some time with his brother and friends Miley and Liam are done; it’s over She likes to party really hard and can be pretty wild It became a problem for him” a source told the newspaper “They have broken up beforeand are broken up again now There was drama because she suspected he had a wandering eye And she recently tweeted a denial that he cheated While Miley has insisted they are still togetherright now they are veryvery much apart” the insider said Cyrus and Hemsworth became engaged last May after first meeting on the sets of ‘The Last Song’ For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News adds the study. download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Khushboo Sandhu | Chandigarh | Updated: August 9.

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