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The Snapchatifaction of Facebook continues with the main app now getting Stories, Deepika too is shown doing gritty stuff like people living in these localities do, informs Sarkar Some parts were shot on a set constructed at Chandivili Studiosand others around Mumbai For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsComputer games ‘may dramatically improve kids’ exam results: study Playing computer games can dramatically boost childrens exam results in basic subjectsBy: PTI | Washington | Published: September 22 2016 6:20 pm During the last ice age Greenland’s ice sheet was much larger than now (Source: Anders A Bjork/ The Ohio State University) Top News Greenland lost nearly 2700 gigatonnes of ice from 2003-2013 76 per cent more than previously thought a new study has found According to researchers from Ohio State University in the US the hotspot that feeds Iceland’s active volcanoes has softened the mantle rock beneath Greenland in a way that ultimately distorted their calculations for ice loss in the Greenland ice sheet This caused them to underestimate the melting by about 20 billion metric tonnes or 20 gigatonnes per year That means Greenland did not lose about 2500 gigatonnes of ice from 2003-2013 as scientists previously thought but nearly 2700 gigatonnes instead which is 76 per cent more said Michael Bevis professor st the Ohio State University “It is a fairly modest correction which does not change our estimates of the total mass loss all over Greenland by that much but it brings a more significant change to our understanding of where within the ice sheet that loss has happened and where it is happening now” said Bevis The Earth’s crust in that part of the world is slowly moving northwest and 40 million years ago parts of Greenland passed over an especially hot column of partially molten rock that now lies beneath Iceland he said The hotspot softened the rock in its wake lowering the viscosity of the mantle rocks along a path running deep below the surface of Greenland’s east coast During the last ice age Greenland’s ice sheet was much larger than now and its enormous weight caused Greenland’s crust to slowly sink into the softened mantle rock below When large parts of the ice sheet melted at the end of the ice age the weight of the ice sheet decreased and the crust began to rebound It is still rising as mantle rock continues to flow inwards and upwards beneath Greenland The existence of mantle flow beneath Greenland is not a surprise in itself Bevis said When the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) satellites began measuring gravity signals around the world in 2002 scientists knew they would have to separate mass flow beneath the Earth’s crust from changes in the mass of the overlying ice sheet “GRACE measures mass period It cannot tell the difference between ice mass and rock mass So inferring the ice mass change from the total mass change requires a model of all the mass flows within the Earth If that model is wrong so is the ice mass change inferred from GRACE” he said Models of this rock flow depend on what researchers can glean about the viscosity of the mantle The original models assumed a fairly typical mantle viscosity but Greenland’s close encounter with the Iceland hot spot greatly changed the picture The 76 per cent discrepancy in overall ice loss is overshadowed by the fact that it concealed which parts of the ice sheet are most being affected by climate change researchers said The study appears in the journal Science Advances For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 20 2017 4:53 pm HTC has confirmed the launch of the next-gen ‘U’ smartphone on May 16 HTC U smartphone will be unveiled in New York London and Taipei on May 16 While the smartphone is yet to be launched HTC has already started giving a glimpse of the device via a short five second video clip posted on its Twitter feed Related News The invite has the tagline”Squeeze for the Brilliant U” This pretty much confirms that the next-generation smartphone will be launched under the “U” series and it will have a pressure-sensitive edges that can be activated with a squeeze The touch sensitive bezels are currently dubbed ‘Edge Sensors’With the Edge Sensors a user will be able to activate and scroll through apps and thus utilise the frame of the phone It is unclear how the sides will interact with the phone’s user interface Squeeze for the Brilliant U 05162017 http://tco/89OuHXbBlt pictwittercom/jLaeFD2wMW — HTC (@htc) April 20 2017 It’s an interesting concept but HTC isn’t the first company working on a smartphone with side-mounted pressure sensors In fact Japanese telecom NTT Docomo was one of the first companies to show off a new user interface dubbed Grip UI The company reportedly showcased a phone with touch sensors embedded in the frame around the phone at CEATEC (Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies) in 2012 The Grip UI could allow launch of apps perform voice searches and unlock the device based on pressure input around the phone’s edges Also read:HTC U render leaks online shows off design Previous reports have indicated that the HTC U will feature a 55-inch 2560×1440 display a Snapdragon 835 processor 4GB RAM a 12-megapixel rear camera 16-megapixel front shooter? He should speak to the BJP ministers, Sukhbir said Facing charges of being virtually absent from AmritsarSidhu had launched a public offensive against the Akali Dal leadership blaming top SAD leaders for not doing anything for Amritsar He was asked by Shanta Kumar to stop going publicpromising that he would arrange a meeting between Sukhbir and him But with Shanta Kumar having failed to bring about any resolution between the two partiesall eyes are now on BJP president Rajnath Singh who will be in Chandigarh on Monday Sidhu is expected to accompany Rajnath Singh to attend the Punjab state BJP core committee meeting For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: ANI | Fazilka | Updated: June 13 2016 7:04 pm The BSF jawans also recovered 15 packets of heroin and and weapons after the skirmish (AP Photo/File) Related News Two Pakistani smugglers were killed and one was injured in a gunfight with Border Security Forces (BSF) in Fazilka city in Punjab on Sunday The incident took place at a border out post called Sawana at around 2:30 am when the soldiers on duty noticed some unusual activity beyond the fencing but still inside the Indian territory and when they challenged the infiltrators they opened fire on the jawans In retaliation the BSF jawans also fired and two smugglers were killed and one was seriously injured and was rushed to the hospital Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Following the encounter 15 packets of heroin and weapons were also recovered from them including two pistols and a boregun The incident comes in the wake of the spotlight being on Punjab over extensive drug smuggling and multiple cases of drug abuse For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ashutosh Bhardwaj | Hanamkonda (warangal) | Updated: December 14 2014 4:52 pm Tejaswi’s parents fought outfit to have her inside the forest Related News Even her birth was an act of rebellion Her parents belonged to a guerrilla outfit that “prohibits procreation” Having babies in the forest its senior ideologues believed thwarted the revolutionary ideal Her father Lanka Papi Reddy was passionate about the revolution but he wanted a baby When in the October of 1994 his wife Saroja gave birth to her in a guerrilla camp of Naxal citadel Abujhmaad Reddy named her Tejaswi — the girl with an aura On Tuesday at 1 am on a flight from Hyderabad Tejaswi left for China to begin a five-year MBBS course at Hebei University in China’s eastern Hebei province One of the very few babies to ever be born to Maoists in Dandakaranya (their number countable on fingers) is on her way to become perhaps the only offspring of a Naxal to have studied abroad “I fought with my friends for her I could have never dreamt that one day she would fly to China” Reddy remembers at his Hanamkonda home in Telangana’s Warangal district In the first few years after Tejaswi’s birth all the Reddys could think of was how to raise her By the time she turned two they had realised that a life in the jungle amid guns and ambushes was no place for a child So one night Reddy quietly slipped out of the forest crossed the Godavari and left her with his family in Warangal unsure whether they would ever meet her again The two guerrillas would eventually see Tejaswi over a decade later in 2008 after Reddy by then a Central Committee member of the CPI (Maoist) decided to surrender for “personal reasons” Saroja a platoon commander followed soon Reddy’s mother who raised Tejaswi didn’t let her know her parents’ past till they returned “It was in the news I remember” Tejaswi told this reporter before leaving for China “Then grandmother told me my papa is coming” Reddy’s homecoming had been a major event The only Central Committee member to have ever laid down arms he had surrendered before then Andhra Pradesh home minister K Jana Reddy Few in the family recognised him when he arrived home laughs Reddy “Even my mother… I had to show her a mark on my leg” Theirs is a rich landlord family with politics in its blood Reddy’s father a Congressman fought in the freedom struggle while his uncle was a senior Communist leader Reddy joined the Naxal movement during the 1970s and went underground in 1976 after his brother Murli Mohan Reddy was shot dead in an encounter during the Emergency In the early 1980s he was among the first batch of selected Naxals to march into Bastar and help establish a guerrilla zone that the Indian State is still unable to breach Reddy remembers the struggle that followed to “reclaim my daughter” by then 14 He told her about the Naxal struggle and their belief in the cause Tejaswi told him she was proud of his “fight for the people” Though happy about that Reddy carries a regret “Life was better inside (the forest) I was living for a just society it gave me satisfaction I am earning more now but I participate in all evils Earlier I would beat up those who took bribes now I am forced to give bribe” With interest in cinema Tejaswi first wanted to be a filmmaker She chose to be a doctor to “serve people” she says With several students from Warangal already studying at Hebei University she opted for it Seeing Tejaswi off at Hyderabad airport Reddy told her to study well and to “not forget that you have to serve people” On Friday night two days after she had reached Hebei Tejaswi texted this reporter “I lve my dad sooo muchhh” She echoed what Aleida Guevara had written about her father: “The more I read (his life) the more in love I was with the boy my father had been” The iconic Latin American revolutionary is also Tejaswi’s WhatsApp display photograph Reddy misses Tejaswi already and they Skype at least twice a day When she was in a Hyderabad hostel preparing for medical entrance he would visit every Sunday carrying homemade chicken For the next five years now she will visit only once annually All his wishes for his daughter met the 52-year-old says he has a last remaining one Secretly relieved that she didn’t follow her parents into the jungle Reddy wishes that after Tejaswi becomes a doctor she will be able to serve tribals in forbidden Abujhmaad Then one day he hopes he will take her to her place of birth a small village called Balibeda near a river called Nai Berad With a pause Reddy adds “I don’t know if she would ever be able to go there” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News ? download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Hyderabad | Updated: November 19,endearment Citing the strengthening of the India Caucus.

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