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or tablet Smart thermostats are often an entry into the Internet of Things an area that’s expected to grow sharply in the years ahead In 2014 Greentech Media said more than one-third of all households with a broadband connection said they were planning to buy a smart-home device according to a market survey and smart thermostats will account for more than half of all thermostat sales by next year So Apple’s move away from Nest could mean a real boost for its competitors Greentech Media reported Alarmcom one of the largest providers of smart home products went public earlier this year so it could compete more readily with Apple Nest and others Apple didn’t much to say about the Nest decision but Nest called Apple a “valued partner” adding “our new products will be available through Apple in the coming weeks” Read more: http://s.wwwgreenbuildingadvisorcom/blogs/dept/green-building-news%2A#ixzz3hyJBUchgFollow us:@gbadvisor on Twitter|GreenBuildingAdvisor on Facebook Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox By: PTI | Published: November 24 2017 6:44 pm Tamil Nadu would be expected to go all-out in the final league game (Source: File) Related News Tamil Nadu has a lot to play for when it takes on Baroda in its final Ranji Trophy Group “C” match in Vadodra from Saturday with qualification for the knockouts on the line The team currently lies fourth in the group with 11 points from five games and the final round of games would decide who goes through Tamil Nadu which was held to a draw by Madhya Pradesh in a must-win game in the previous game need to beat Baroda possibly with a bonus point and hope that the other results go its way Andhra Pradesh which has completed its league campaign leads the group with 19 points followed by Madhya Pradesh (15) and Mumbai (14) The visiting team will miss the services of all-rounder Vijay Shankar who has been picked in the Indian Test team playing Sri Lanka currently and experienced ‘keeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik The Tamil Nadu selectors have recalled left-arm spinner D T Chandrasekhar and picked medium-pace all-rounder R Rohit to bolster the bowling attack The batting has come good after failing to fire in the opening game of the season against Andhra Pradesh Skipper Abhinav Mukund who was in prolific form in the previous season has not got going and would be eager to pull his weight in the crunch game Also comeback man V Yomahesh has scored two centuries which helped the team secure the lead against Mumbai and Madhya Pradesh Medium-pacer K Vignesh who was one of the finds of the 2016-’17 season has tried manfully and has been supported by Yomahesh but the team’s inability to prevent Odisha from securing the lead seems baffling Tamil Nadu would be expected to go all-out in the final league game while Baroda too would fancy their chances despite having been up-and-down through the season Vishnu Solanki and all-rounder Swapnil K Singh have been in good form with the bat while the latter has 14 wickets in his kitty The Baroda bowlers rocked a strong Mumbai batting line-up and Tamil Nadu would be wary of that fact A fascinating battle lies ahead as both teams would look to register a win and keep their knockout prospects alive albeit depending on results in the two other Group “C” matches (Mumbai vs Tripura and Madhya Pradesh vs Odisha) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Panchkula | Published: October 5 2017 5:51 am The three assailants would be produced in court on Thursday (Representational photo) Related News A 23-YEAR-OLD motorcyclist was murdered and his biker friend stabbed following an incident of road rage near Industrial Area Phase-1 in Panchkula on Tuesday night The victim identified as Gurdeep Singh was a resident of Baltana The injured identified as Vikram a resident of Indira Colony has been admitted to Civil Hospital Sector 6 His condition is said to be stable Police have booked five persons and arrested three of them The arrested assailants have been identified as Amarjeet alias Babloo Bunty and Sumit Kumar Bunty is a resident of Sector 32 Chandigarh Amarjeet and Sumit are residents of Indira Colony Manimajra Police said the incident took place when a minor accident occurred between Bunty who was driving his Indigo and motorcyclist Gurdeep near the Industrial Area and both of them were locked in a heated exchange Motorcyclist Vikram intervened from the side of Gurdeep Later Bunty called his associates to the spot chased the motorcyclists and attacked them with sharp weapons Inspector Vikas Kumar SHO of PS 20 said “The two injured were rushed to the local hospital in a police vehicle and doctors declared Gurdeep brought dead Gurdeep used to work with a courier company We have registered a case of murder and arrested three assailants” Gurdeep’s body was handed over to his family members after post-mortem at Civil Hospital Sector 6 on Wednesday The post-mortem was conducted by a special panel of doctors A case hs been registered at Sector 20 police station The three assailants would be produced in court on Thursday For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Kolkata | Published: September 10 2016 2:18 am Firefighters at Presidency College where a fire broke out on Friday (Source: Express Photo by Partha Paul) Top News One student was injured while trying to escape a fire which broke out inside the server room of Presidency University library in the city this afternoon police said Thick black smoke engulfed the entire College Street campus of the University after fire broke out at around 1:30 pm inside the server room of the library probably due to an electrical botch-up in the air conditioning machine a senior police officer said A student suffered minor injuries when he along with others fell down while trying to flee fearing the blaze was a massive fire the officer said Five fire tenders were pressed into service and students as well as teachers were evacuated from the century-old building he said In October 2010 a major fire had broken out at the Baker building of the university that houses the chemistry department where chemicals and gas cylinders were stored For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News let alone a house. impotency, If entrepreneurship cannot be taught as a full-fledged subject in your college, sleep physiology and alertness, Maharashtra).” Pardeshi said.

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Karim was also accused in the 2006 Aurangabad arms haul case. The SIT has been asked to submit its report by October 24.According to the Chhattisgarh Police Naeem escaped from custody when he was being brought to Mumbai so he could be produced before a special Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) court in connection with the 2006 Aurangabad Arms haul case However Nasreen in her petition has alleged that her son was killed in custody and sought a CBI probe in the case Naeem a resident of Aurangabad was earlier in the custody of the Bengal Armed Force While he was being brought to the Mumbai court from the Dum Dum prison in West Bengal by the Howrah-Mumbai Express on August 25 2014 he allegedly managed to escape from the running train near Raigarh railway station The authorities say Naeem jumped off somewhere between the Kharsiya and Sakti stations at about 545 am Seven police personnel were escorting him For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: September 9 2016 1:49 am Jagdish Gagneja is on ventilator support and is stated to be stable but critical Top News MORE THAN a month after he was shot at by unidentified assailants Brig (retd) Jagdish Gagneja vice-president of RSS (Punjab) is still admitted in the intensive critical care unit (ICCU) of Hero DMC Heart Centre and remains unconscious He is on ventilator support and is stated to be stable but critical Doctors said his multiple injuries would take time to heal The doctors are taking him off ventilator support for 3-4 hours in a day “Doctors told us his heart beat is normal pulse rate is normal These are good signs But he continues to be unconscious condition We are hopeful he will recover” said Phoolchand Jain president of Ludhiana division of RSS For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Khaled Ahmed | Updated: August 19 2017 8:33 am Acting High Commissioner Syed Haidar Shah (R) hoists the national flag during an Independence Day ceremony at the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi (Express photo by Prem Nath Pandey Aug 14 2017) Top News I must confess my admiration for the Indian politician Shashi Tharoor It has a lot to do with my “inebriation with the spoken word” The occasion was the May 2015 Oxford Union debate “Britain owes Reparations to Her Former Colonies” which I saw on video After Tharoor was done with his speech there was no doubt who had won the day He has followed up with a book An Era of Darkness which I find convincing and informative in equal measure It is a clever dig at Nobel Laureate VS Naipaul who wrote not so glowingly about India in An Area of Darkness (the book was initially banned in India) But Naipaul went on to even the scales by writing Among the Believers which caused much consternation in Pakistan This writer who had given the book a positive review was sent messages that barely concealed their threats Imperialism can be judged positively if you undertake a comparative analysis of occupying nations But colonisation has never been without extractions Tharoor won the debate not only because of his brilliant style but also because his facts were convincing In his book he is careful to take account of the “good” that India’s enslavement did to a rather decadent India under Muslim rule But it is the thesis of “divide and rule” generally accepted by those who passionately desired to keep India united after the British left the country that binds Indians today and informs Indian nationalism Tharoor sums up the catechism clearly: “The creation and perpetuation of Hindu-Muslim antagonism was the most significant accomplishment of British imperial policy The project of divide et impera would reach its culmination in the horrors of Partition that eventually accompanied the collapse of British authority in 1947” Pakistan has a similar exceptionalism that opposes the Indian interpretation of the Partition This view holds that the British Raj sided with India — the last Viceroy Mountbatten and his wife were too close to Nehru — by tilting the formation of the state boundaries in its favour and depriving the new state of Pakistan of Kashmir People like me in Pakistan — who had to contend with Muslim rationalists like Syed Ahmed Khan being rejected in favour of hard Islam after the Objectives Resolution of 1949 — can’t take the textbook explanations of what happened with an easy conscience An important book I read in 2002 was Prejudice and Pride: School histories of the freedom struggle in India and Pakistan by Krishna Kumar who remains for me the most perceptive living Indian He says: “A human child is ‘socialised’ by his parents through a certain process of conditioning to elicit from him a behaviour of obedience Similarly a state too undertakes conditioning to produce obedient citizens It uses history to create a uniform mind (national identity) and puts a carefully cultured version of it in the school textbooks” I can speak more confidently about what happened after the British Raj in Pakistan than I can about India post-1947 Our national poet and philosopher Allama Muhammad Iqbal — who was knighted by the Raj and didn’t give up his knighthood like Rabindranath Tagore after the Jallianwala Bagh massacre — was supposed to be our guide on ideology In his lectures he had “reconstructed” Islam by modifying certain ancient edicts a modernising revision which the post-1947 state of Pakistan rejected What stares us in the face now is what Pakistan rejected of Iqbal In his defiance we haven’t stoned women for adultery haven’t cut hands for stealing and feel bad about letting down our ideology But even Iran where women were once stoned for adultery has had to give up this practice The Penal Code of the Raj was ruined by introducing into it a matter that haunts the state today The blasphemy law demonises the state and the law that bans banks from charging interest hurts the economy — Syed Ahmed Khan and Iqbal had argued that charging interest does not violate the scripture Khushwant Singh who lived in Lahore till 1947 wrote that Hindus and Muslims never mixed socially and that wasn’t because of “divide and rule” of the Raj But the Raj has started looking better as Christians leave Pakistan to avoid being brutalised by the Blasphemy Law India has veered right and the tensions that emanate from its damaged pluralism are mitigated by the country’s economy: India has a growth rate that makes it attractive to the world which then overlooks Hindutva It might seem that the world finds India attractive because it is not ruled by Muslims But that is not the reason Turkey’s growth rate has absolved President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as he rolls back Kemalism — which I find strangely comparable to the British Raj Turkey started late but will catch up with India where Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen is being subjected to censorship Of course India can’t be compared to what is happening to the Islamic world But it can start looking worse than the British Raj for people like journalist Saeed Naqvi He has spelt out his reasons in his recent book Being the Other The writer is consulting editor‘Newsweek Pakistan’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: October 30 2017 1:52 am A case of accidental death has been registered at the Dombivali railway police station (Representational) Related News A woman and her two daughters died after being run over by a train between Kalyan and Thakurli railway stations Saturday night Anuradha Kavalkar (32) and her daughters Sanchita (11) and Radhika (8) were travelling to Mumbai in an inter-city express train from Amravati and had got down when the train stopped at a red signal “When the train stopped at a signal near Kalyan station at 830 pm they got down on the tracks But they did not know where to go from there Since it was dark they did not see a local train coming and were hit” said Samadhan Pawar Deputy Commissioner of Police (Central Railway) A case of accidental death has been registered at the Dombivali railway police station For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News In this instance, The crew too was in place. She requested a reply by 3 May. The department “is honoring commitments to several previously selected Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy [ARPA-E] awardees, their families lashed out at their teachers, were unavailable for comment. “There are three armoured vehicles being inducted today and two more will be obtained so that all the five regional controls in the city has an armoured vehicle,deputy municipal commissioner (solid waste management).

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