Thursday, April 5, 2018

India win silver on day first CWG 2018

P Gururaja competes during the weightlifting 56kg final on day one of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games at Carrara Sports and Leisure Centre.
Weightlifter P Gururaja opened India’s medal tally on the first day of competition at the 21st Commonwealth Games, claiming silver in the men’s 56 kg category, on Thursday.
The 25-year-old Indian Air Force man equaled his personal best of 249kg (111+138), which was good enough to finish second in a field which saw Malaysia’s three-time Commonwealth Championships medallist Muhammad Izhar Ahmed (117+144) break the Games record for snatch and overall lift.

Hitachi won Taiwan order on ionic therapy

Hitachi has received a roughly 10 billion yen ($93.8 million) order for an advanced cancer therapy system from a Taiwan hospital, its first overseas sale of heavy-ion therapy.
The Japanese conglomerate announced Wednesday that it won the order from Taipei Veterans General Hospital. Delivery is expected in 2021 or 2022.
The treatment is a type of particle therapy in which carbon ions are accelerated up to 70% of the speed of light and directly targeted at the tumor. The patient experiences little pain during the treatment, and there are few side effects compared with traditional radiation therapy.

Japan Cars sale slow in China

 Japanese autos sale  in China retard  due to fall in robust growth in 2017.
Honda Motor said Tuesday that its Chinese sales dropped 13% in March, while Mazda Motor’s slid 1%.
Toyota Motor’s sales climbed 5.4% to 118,500 vehicles last month. Cumulative sales so far this year reached 321,900 units, up 8.7%.
Nissan Motor’s new-auto sales rose 2.4% on the year in March to 122,959 vehicles, the company said Wednesday. That is the slowest growth since December 2016. Sales of its Qashqai sport utility vehicle tumbled 11.2% to 12,209 units. The mainstay Sylphy sedan logged a 2.7% increase to 30,535 units. Smaller commercial vehicles, which had sold briskly for business use, edged down 0.8% to 20,143 units.
Nissan’s cumulative sales since January rose 6.9% on the year to 336,131 vehicles, but this marks a slowdown from 12% growth in 2017. Momentum stayed strong through January but weakened to a 4.4% increase in February.

विधायक मनजिंदर सिरसा के आवास पर AAPविधायकों ने किया प्रदर्शन

दलित समाज के लिए अपशब्द बोलने वाले बीजेपी विधायक मनजिंदर सिरसा के आवास पर AAPविधायकों ने किया प्रदर्शन
विधानसभा में सिरसा ने किया था दलित समाज के लिए अपमानजनक शब्दों को इस्तेमाल
मंगवार को दिल्ली विधानसभा में राजौरी गार्डन से बीजेपी विधायक मनजिंदर सिंह सिरसा ने दलित समाज के लिए अपमानजनक शब्दों का इस्तेमाल किया जो बेहद निंदनीय है। मनजिंदर सिरसा के द्वारा दलितों का अपमान करने वाली भाषा के ख़िलाफ़ बुधवार को आम आदमी पार्टी के विधायकों ने बीजेपी विधायक मनजिंदर सिंह सिरसा के राजौरी गार्डन स्थित उनके आवास पर ज़ोरदार विरोध प्रदर्शन किया और कहा कि जबतक सिरसा अपनी अपमानजनक भाषा के लिए माफ़ी नहीं मांगते तब तक सदन के अंदर उनके बोलने का सभी सदस्य मिलकर विरोध करेंगे।
आम आदमी पार्टी के विधायक सौरभ भारद्वाज, राखी बिड़ला, जरनैल सिंह, गिरीश सोनी, विजेंद्र गर्ग और जगदीप सिंह के साथ पार्टी के दूसरे कई विधायक इस प्रदर्शन के दौरान मौजूद रहे।
आम आदमी पार्टी के विधायक और मुख्य प्रवक्ता सौरभ भारद्वाज ने कहा कि ‘दिल्ली विधानसभा में बार बार टोकने के बावजूद मनजिंदर सिरसा ने दलितों के लिए बेहद अपमानजनक और घटिया शब्दों का इस्तेमाल किया और वो ऐसा लगातार करते रहे। विधानसभा अध्यक्ष के कहने पर भी सिरसा ने अपने शब्द वापस नहीं लिए और ना ही सदन में माफ़ी मांगी। सभी विधायकों ने एकजुट होकर उनकी निंदा भी की।
सौरभ भारद्वाज ने साथ ही कहा कि ‘बीजेपी विधायक मनजिंदर सिंह सिरसा ने जिस प्रकार से सदन के अंदर एमसीडी पर चर्चा करते हुए दलित और एसीएसटी समाज के लिए ‘नीच’ और ‘छोटी जाति’ जैसे शब्दों का इस्तेमाल किया है वो बेहद निंदनीय है। बीजेपी विधायक ने तो यहां तक कह दिया कि ऐसा तो उनके गुरु भी मानते थे।
अपने शब्दों के साथ बीजेपी विधायक ने ना केवल बाबा भीम राव अम्बेडकर और पूरे दलित समाज का अपमान किया है बल्कि अपने उन गुरुओं का भी अपमान किया है जो सभी जातियों और समाज का सम्मान करने की शिक्षा देते थे।

“Ishaq Tera” Releasing on 20 th April

‘Ishq Tera’ is releasing on 20th April!
An upcoming Indian drama film Ishq Tera is based on real-life events of a woman with a broken mind and a man with a broken heart. The film is slated to release on 20th April. Therefore, the cast of the film was witnessed in New Delhi for the promotions, which includes lead actress Hrishitaa Bhatt and actor Mohit Madaan. The enthusiastic cast of the film revealed many details about the film while interacting with media in a press conference held in PVR Plaza, Connaught Place.
Talking about the movie and her experience Haishitaa stated, “Split personality is a serious issue, when you will watch the film you will understand it holds a very sensitive topic, inspired by an English film. There are very few Hindi films which portray the female character having a split personality. And I think this film has been a challenge for me as an actor.” Talking about her character she added, “my character name is Kalpana, who becomes Laila, what she has been through. People with the same issue will relate her for sure. This movie is more like a content-oriented drama which will probably entertain you.”
On the other hand, Mohit also revealed his experiences and said, “Hopefully you guys will like the movie, it’s a content-based film and in our industry, such topic was not highlighted much, its good for us and I hope people will appreciate this film. I had a great experience while working for this film, our entire team had unity, the set of the film was really good and I was really supported by my co-actors as well, so overall it was a wonderful experience.”
Well, starring Hrishitaa Bhatt, Shahbaz Khan, Mohit Madaan in prominent roles, the movie revolves around the plot of how men prey silently on one disturbed Woman as her man fights to free her mind and win her heart – Again and again. Featured under the banner of Big Banner Entertainment and Media LLP, Ishq Tera is directed by Jojo D’Souza, produced by Deepak Bandekar and music composed by Swapnil H. Digde.

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