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2017 9:22 am A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla. Wednesday July 5 2017 SpaceX launched an Intelsat satellite on the third try on Wednesday (Source: AP) Related News SpaceX has launched a communication satellite on the third try The unmanned Falcon rocket blasted off Wednesday evening from Florida’s Kennedy Space Center It successfully hoisted an Intelsat satellite that was going so high that there wasn’t enough leftover fuel to attempt a booster landing So the first stage fell into the Atlantic as is still the custom for other rocket companies Launch attempts on Saturday and Sunday were foiled by last-second technical issues SpaceX is on a rocket roll This is the private company’s third launch in barely two weeks A recycled Falcon carried up a satellite from the NASA-leased pad at Kennedy on June 23 followed by the launch of a new rocket two days later from Southern California Wednesday’s rocket also was new Vice President Mike Pence will view the empty pad Launch Complex 39A where NASA’s moon rockets and shuttles once soared during a space center tour Thursday For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Entertainment Feature Service | Updated: October 21 2014 11:01 am The 10 authors from the longlist come from India Pakistan Sri Lanka and Afghanistan some of whom are based in the US the UK and Canada Related News Poet and writer Keki N Daruwalla had the small gathering in splits when he said that Khushwant Singh would have been rather disappointed with the books that have made the longlist for the 2015 DSC Prize for South Asian Literature “After reading all the books I find that there is very little sex in them I think the authors ought to read erotica” laughed Daruwalla The 10 novels are vying for the 50000 USD prize which will be announced at the Jaipur Literature Festival in 2015 In its fifth year the prize has welcomed over 75 entries The competition is open to writers from all over the world as long as their narrative and characters are located in the subcontinent and represents the multiverses of the region “The variety is considerable; the stories ranged from 18th and 19th century history to tribal rebellions to the Naxalite era in West Bengal to Sri Lanka and Pakistan What we looked for among other things is the over-all concept of the novel and the texture of language and style” said Daruwalla chair of the jury Others in the jury include John Freeman former editor of Granta (US) Maithree Wickramsinghe Professor of English at the University of Kelaniya Sri Lanka and the University of Sussex Michael Worton Professor Emeritus at University College London and Razi Ahmed founding director of the Lahore Literary Festival The announcement was accompanied by dramatic readings of last year’s winner Cyrus Mistry’s Chronicle of a Corpse Bearer by Momo Ghosh and Kriti Pant members of Tadpole Repertory This year’s contenders are: The Scatter Here is Too Great by Bilal Tanweer; Helium by Jaspreet Singh; The Lowland by Jhumpa Lahiri; A God in Every Stone by Kamila Shamsie; And the Mountains Echoed by Khaled Hosseini; The Gypsy Goddess by Meena Kandasamy; The Prisoner by Omar Shahih Hamid; Noontide Toll by Romesh Gunesekera; Mad Girl’s Love Song by Rukmini Bhaya Nair; and The Mirror of Beauty by Shamsur Rahman Faruqi The shortlist will be announced on November 27 at the London School of Economics For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Mumbai | Published: May 14 2013 10:16 am Related News Happy with the success of her recent release Aashiqui 2actress Shraddha Kapoor says she does not believe in competition and is her own competitor While there are a lot of new comers in the film industryShraddha is not insecure about her position “I like to compete with myself and let my work do the talking” Shraddha told PTI See Photos: Success bash of Aashiqui 2 The actress also talked about how she deals with successpost the of release of Aashiqui 2 “I keep this thought of success at the back of my mind I don’t let success go to head and failure to heart Today I am smiling big when I see my parents smiling and enjoying the success of the film” Shraddha said Even her brother Siddhanth made his acting debut with a successful film Shootout at Wadala “We converse a lot about films as that is generally the atmosphere at home” she said Shraddha would be seen with Imran Khan and Kareena Kapoor in Gori Tere Pyaar Mein “I am happy and feel lucky to do a film with Karan Johar’s home production It was great working with Imran Khanunfortunately I don’t have many scenes with Kareena I wish I could work with her” she expressed When asked if she was snobbish as a childShraddhathe daughter of popular actor Shakti Kapoor and niece of renowned actress Padmini Kolhapureadmitted that she was so but was very much proud of being from a filmy background “I did go through that phase (of being snobbish) I was extremely proud of being my father’s daughter… I had my head held high But I have also always been groundedthanks to my parents” she said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anuj Bhatia | New Delhi | Published: September 25 2017 9:28 am Sony Xperia XZ1 smartphone will be launched in India today Related News Sony Xperia XZ1 will launch in India today and this is the company’s flagship smartphone for 2017 The company has scheduled an event in Delhi for the launch of its new high-end smartphone Sony Xperia XZ1 was first announced at the annual IFA tech trade show in Berlin alongside the XZ1 Compact The Xperia XZ1 succeeds the Xperia XZs which was launched earlier this year The Xperia XZ1 sticks to the same OmniBalance design but it has been refined compared to previous Xperia devices However it’s strange to note that the Sony-made flagship smartphone has thick bezels below and above the display When its arch rivals including Apple Samsung and LG have all gone for a nearby bezel-less design it appears that Sony is in no mood to join the bezel-less smartphone trend anytime soon Sony Xperia XZ1 has a Snapdragon 835 processor under the hood This is the flagship processor coming from Qualcomm so expect the performance of the device to be at par with the likes of OnePlus 5 and HTC U11 among others The processor is further paired with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage A microSD card slot is also available for memory expansion The battery on the Xperia XZ1 has been reduced in size from the one in the Xperia XZs so you get a 2700mAh cell inside Sony Xperia XZ1 has a 52-inch with 1080p HD support It is further protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5 on top of the screen The Xperia XZ1 is one of the first phones in the market to launch with Android 80 Oreo However there’s still a Sony UI slapped on top On the camera front Sony Xperia XZ1 offers the Motion Eye camera introduced on the Xperia XZ Premium The 19MP shooter on the rear with 122m pixels allows for 960fps instead of the 240fps offered by most high-end smartphones these days The phone can record 4K videos too There’s still no Optical Image Stabilization feature included in the smartphone Sony Xperia XZ1 is also one of the few top-end smartphone to come out this year without secondary lens for shallow depth of field effects The other flagship smartphone that doesn’t include a dual-camera system is the HTC U11 On the front you will find a 13MP sensor for taking selfies Interestingly Sony has added a 3D scanning tool that lets users to take photos of an object and then have a 3D model created The 3D Creators app essentially brings 3D scanning to a large set of audience Sony is bringing the Xperia XZ1 to India ahead of the availability of the Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus The new iPhones will go on sale in India from September 29 For Sony the Xperia XZ1 is a make or break moment Its smartphone business is struggling and so far it has failed to position itself as a profitable entity Sony will disclose the price and availability of the Xperia XZ1 at the launch event Expect the high-end smartphone to cost upwards of Rs 55000 in India For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News PARIS—After 2 decades of legal wrangling a French appeals court today threw out charges of involuntary manslaughter and other crimes against two scientists involved in a growth hormone scandal that has led to the deaths of 125 children from Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) a fatal brain illness But lawyers for victim’s families tell ScienceInsider that they intend to take the case to the Cour de Cassation France’s highest court of appeal The verdict was a deep disappointment to victims’ families as well as a surprise since they felt they had a much fairer hearing from the judges than they did at the first trial at a lower court "This time the judges listened to us and had a much better grasp of the case It was a trial worthy of the name" says Jeanne Goerrian a member of the Association for Growth Hormone Victims (AVHC) From 1959 on France treated 1698 children suffering from growth deficiencies with hormone derived from pituitary glands taken from human cadavers a practice that has been linked to the transmission of CJD a prion disease Prosecutors said the scientists involved should have done more to prevent the infections; they also faulted defendants for switching to the much safer synthetic growth hormone only in 1988 3 years after countries such as the United States and the United Kingdom did so But the appeals court confirmed a lower court’s 2009 ruling that "no fault" had been committed by biochemist Fernand Dray who was in charge of purifying the material at the Pasteur Institute and pediatrician Elisabeth Mugnier in charge of collecting the pituitary glands and monitoring treatment Dray "can not be blamed for not having any intuition of a risk of contamination that no professional could have detected at the time" the verdict said Mugnier "had no power to interfere in managing the collection" of the human glands said court president Didier Wacogne The case has been dragging on since the early 1990s—the French wheels of justice grind extremely slowly—and two other scientists in the dock at the first trial have since died Dray 88 did not appear in court because he is frail and hospitalized At the appeal the public prosecutor had demanded suspended sentences of 3 years against Dray and 1 year against Mugnier This was less than the 4 years demanded at the first trial for Dray who was also accused of corruption over foreign human growth hormone purchases (Those charges were dropped because the statute of limitations had expired) Today’s verdict was "worse" than that of the lower court says Caroline Toby one of AVHC’s attorneys because the appeals court not only threw out criminal charges but also said that none of the defendants or their employers had any civil responsibility Jean-Marc Viala another lawyer for victims’ families says he does not rule out suing the French government for letting the disaster happen "This should have been done a long time ago" Viala says The state has already paid 36 million in compensation to the families of the 125 CJD patients who have died The Pasteur Institute has paid out more than 600000 in civil damages to two families But the institute should also have taken its scientific responsibility for young adults now living with the threat of CJD French virologist and Nobel laureate Luc Montagnier recently told Science Insider CJD can appear decades after infection and more cases are expected to occur; Pasteur could fund research on prevention early diagnosis and treatment Montagnier says Instead "the only gesture has been government cash handouts" During the trial Montagnier—who could not be reached today—has testified that Pasteur failed to act on early indications that human growth hormone might be unsafe But Yves Agid who was formerly in charge of monitoring CJD cases in France and is director of the Brain and Spine Institute here welcomes the judgment: "As I said in my testimony in both trials no one could have known at the time that the material could be contaminated and transmit the disease There were numerous unpredictable elements that led to this catastrophe" Written by Neeraj Chauhan | New Delhi | Published: April 14 2009 12:25 am Related News Congress candidate from Northwest Delhi Krishna Tirath has chalked out a separate strategy for Rohini A BJP stronghold for longRohini Assembly seat is represented by BJPs Jai Bhagwan Aggarwal BesidesBJP Chandni Chowk candidate Vijender Gupta also boasts of a following there To break into this BJP bastionTirath has roped in 100 young party workers The young team comprises Yuva Congresss block presidents and secretariesDelhi University Students Union (DUSU) and National Students Union of India (NSUI) membersand DU students living in Rohini These youths will go door-to-door to meet Rohini residents and contact senior citizens in parksRWA membersmarket associations and traders The block presidents will tell residents and shopkeepers about our candidate and party policies? a leftist-turned-Nehruvian and had the single-point agenda to slander the RSS. 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