moving with alacrity between channels in the same one hour.an alarming fact that is probably diminishing the value of journalists further. The school was locked by 9 PM on Thursday. We will appeal regarding the same, said Adtani The students will now be shifted to a nearby municipal school and officials responsible for the delay in payment will be penalisedAdtani added For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anuradha Mascharenhas | Pune | Published: September 14 2013 5:51 am Related News Pune and Mumbai contribute a large share of dengue cases with an increase registered in the numbers every year in the state A total of 1818 dengue cases and 31 deaths have been registered in the state till August this yearof which more than 400 cases are from Pune and over 700 from Mumbai Since January329 cases have been registered by the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) while Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation health authorities have registered 14 cases so far Five deaths have been registered in PMC areas Even as PMC health officials have initiated court proceedings in 10 cases where mosquito breeding sites were foundvirology experts from National Institute of Virology (NIV)who had conducted an earlier study to assess the clinical picture of dengue cases in the cityhad found a circulation of multiple serotypes of the virus SerotypesDENV-12 and 3 and Den-4 have been co-circulating this year toosaid NIV Director Dr D T Mourya According to a state health surveillance report on denguein the last three years Pune and Mumbai have contributed largely to the increasing number of dengue patients Pune divisionwhich has PunePimpri-ChinchwadSolapur and Satarahad registered 1079 dengue cases with 22 deaths in 2012 as against 166 cases in 2011 with five deaths Till August this yearMumbai division had registered 744 dengue cases with six deathsof which Mumbai city itself had registered 410 dengue cases In 2012a total of 1422 cases were registered with 19 deaths as against 669 cases and seven deaths in 2011 Dr S T Pardeshiacting chief medical officer of PMCsaid prevention efforts were under way and attributed the rising dengue cases to the change in season Dr Vaishali Jadhavin charge of the insect control department at PMCsaid court proceedings have been initiated in 10 cases where mosquito breeding sites were found According to Dr N D Deshmukhdistrict health officerthe zero-mosquito surveillance drive has already begun with several primary health centres now being able to treat dengue cases For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News The moment she pulled back into the car, The accused has been identified as Deepak.

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State party president Devendra Fadnavis said,The government lacked political Had the government been serious about the banit would have ensured it stood in courts Technicalities were overlooked in drafting the Act Allowing dance in five-star hotels and banning it in bars invited legal admonition? Shiv Sena MLC Neelam Gorhe said,The government should make amendments in the Act The ban on dance bars should continue But the government should also give thought to rehabilitation of women employed in the bars Loss of livelihood is a serious causewhich the courts have rightly pointed out? 2012 12:57 am Related News MHB Colony Police probing the murder of Navraj Kwatra (65),where not just working class people but tourists.

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first_img KCS-content AFTER being surrounded by the latest in 3D technology for a week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the sight of two-dimensional images – a video of a puppy playing, for example, or a photograph of a friend’s newborn baby – now makes me uncontrollably and violently sick. Watching standard 2D TV is like peering through the analogue haze at the Queen’s coronation footage from 1952, while wearing a blindfold. I have even built a pyre in my garden, upon which I plan to throw my old Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 games, casting the outdated technology to the flames where it belongs.Thank the lord, then, that Nintendo is almost ready to launch its much-hyped 3DS. The portable console will hit the UK on 25 March, after an embarrassing delay that resulted in the firm missing the lucrative Christmas market, and while they haven’t let me get my hands on one yet, what I have seen so far looks impressive.I got a chance to play with some of the first portable glasses-free 3D gadgets at CES and the depth that even a small screen can achieve is astonishing. Judging by the demos Nintendo showed off last week, this translates nicely to its trademark cartoony games. The dual-screen device is also packing motion and gyro sensors (although these clash with the 3D technology, which demands the device is held still, meaning you have to go into 2D mode to take advantage of them), and Nintendo has introduced its own version of the App Store, allowing it to cash in on the trend for casual and retro games.The Japanese firm has already unveiled a host of launch titles, including new versions of Street Fighter and Pro Evolution Soccer. So far so good. The catch is the £229 price tag. Will gamers be willing to shell out such a handsome sum for a portable device (more than a standard Xbox360 console)? I doubt it. Expect prices to fall after hardcore fans have finished flashing the cash.One thing for sure is the new PlayStation Portable 2 (PSP2), which is set to be unveiled sometime this week, has a lot to live up to. Sony has already confirmed it will not feature a 3D screen, meaning it will either have to be very powerful or very cheap to compete (the PSP has already struggled against the DS, selling just 18m units in the US compared to Nintendo’s 47m).With games on mobile phones advancing at a remarkable pace, this could well be the last great battle of the stand-alone portable consoles. Apple’s iPhone and iPod Touch are evolving into fully-fledged gaming machines in their own right and Sony is set to launch its own PlayStation phone. But for now, clever money is on Nintendo to come out victorious.WHITE BLACKBERRY TORCH/iPHONEAs Apple boss Steve Jobs – the man who drove a stake through the heart of the beige PC – knows too well, colour is important. And in the mobile phone world, white is very much in this season. First up is a new version of BlackBerry’s flagship Torch handset. The white 9800 will be much the same as its monochrome sibling, only brighter, presumably for people wanting to be noticed typing their incredible important emails on the underground. Not to be outdone, Apple is set to respond with its very own white version of its iPhone 4.HYDRA (RAZER)High definition 3D screens are grabbing the headlines. But for gamers, three dimensions are becoming de rigueur off screen too. We got our hands on Razer’s latest motion sensing controller, the Hydra. The unit features two separate hand-held devices which are tracked by an electromagnetic field, doing away with the need for a motion sensing camera. This allows gamers to interact with the screen with incredible precision and pull off seemingly complex moves with relative ease. For now, the Hydra will only work with Valve’s upcoming title Portal 2 (which is out soon on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC), but something this good will surely be rolled out across other titles soon.iPAD 2More than 80 tablets were unveiled at the Consumer Electronics show earlier this month but none managed to knock the iPad from its perch. Now the competition may just have got even tougher, with rumours that the latest version of the all-conquering device could hit stores as soon as next month. The iPad 2 is expected to feature front and rear facing cameras and our money is on a more sophisticated multi-tasking system akin to that on the impressive BlackBerry Playbook. At the risk of going out on a limb, we think this will be the gadget to own this year. 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first_img BRITAIN is not quite America, where the price of petrol is one of the most important determinants of who wins elections. But the fact that one litre of unleaded now sets you back a crippling £1.29 is starting to become a major issue for the public here in Britain – and it is also beginning to hurt other parts of the economy, especially retailers. In 2005, a litre of diesel cost 85.82p; today, you would have to shell out 134.41p, a development that is crippling transport firms and increasing costs throughout supply chains. A litre of unleaded petrol cost 81.44p six years ago; as recently as two years ago, after prices had plunged following the recession, a litre of unleaded was still retailing at just 86p. The price at the pump has rocketed by 50 per cent since then, punching a gaping hole in the finances of millions of motorists and diverting cash away from other purchases.No wonder, therefore, that the distributive trades survey from the CBI – a good gauge of retail sales – showed a substantial slowdown in February. People are still spending more in shops but the rate of growth has slowed to a crawl. A similar survey out earlier this week painted a picture of a two-tier service sector economy: professional services are doing well but services to consumers are stagnating. Strong global growth and efficiency gains means that firms are flash with cash, despite higher costs, and are spending more – but individuals are being squeezed.It’s not rocket science: prices are surging as inflation spirals out of control, led by much higher petrol prices. Post-tax, post-inflation, post petrol take-home pay is dropping at an accelerating rate; the tax and price index, an official measure of the cost of living, was up 5.5 per cent in the year to the end of January. Given that average earnings were up just 2.1 per cent, Britain faced a national pay cut of 3.4 per cent over the past year. There is less to spend on discretionary items after all the direct debits and essentials. It’s neither a surprise nor hard to understand why retailers will be facing a difficult 2011; even supermarkets will suffer. Of course, there are also other pressures on consumer spending: some public sector workers who feel they may be at risk will be tightening their belts. Against that, the net number of jobs in the UK rose by 218,000 last year; as long as the private sector continues to create 3.8 net extra jobs for each that is lost in the public sector, the aggregate effect will mean more spending power. There was some good news yesterday: crude prices fell back, thanks to Saudi Arabia saying it is in talks to compensate for lost Libyan output. King Abdullah’s massive £22bn in handouts may not have been enough to assuage all his critics, however. And even if the oil price stabilises, a huge chunk of the price at the pump is made up of tax – 58.95p per litre for fuel duty alone – which keeps going up. That is the real scandal.Politicians and the media are obsessed with spending cuts, even though these will be worth only one per cent of total state spending in real terms in 2011-12. Yet the impact of inflation on incomes will be three times larger – and everybody is being hit. The coalition would be well-advised to remember the 2000 fuel protests: they almost destroyed Tony Blair, something that not even Iraq could manage. [email protected] me on Twitter: @allisterheath More From Our Partners A ProPublica investigation has caused outrage in the U.S. this weekvaluewalk.comSupermodel Anne Vyalitsyna claims income drop, pushes for child supportnypost.comPolice Capture Elusive Tiger Poacher After 20 Years of Pursuing the Huntergoodnewsnetwork.orgFlorida woman allegedly crashes children’s birthday party, rapes teennypost.comBrave 7-Year-old Boy Swims an Hour to Rescue His Dad and Little Sistergoodnewsnetwork.org980-foot skyscraper sways in China, prompting panic and evacuationsnypost.comAstounding Fossil Discovery in California After Man Looks Closelygoodnewsnetwork.orgRussell Wilson, AOC among many voicing support for Naomi Osakacbsnews.comNative American Tribe Gets Back Sacred Island Taken 160 Years Agogoodnewsnetwork.org whatsapp Show Comments ▼ KCS-content Thursday 24 February 2011 9:07 pm Share whatsapp Petrol prices are inflicting huge pain Tags: NULLlast_img

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