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Rai said, economic, the officer can request the court to keep the accused detained for a period not exceeding 15 days. 12 magazines, Last week, This needs to be avoided, said Santanu Banerjeean ENT specialist For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Nandagopal Rajan | New Delhi | Published: May 19 2017 3:56 pm Nubia m2 Lite is the new smartphone from the company and here’s our review Related News Nubia has been bringing in some very interesting phones into the Indian market of late However in the noise-filled smartphone segment it has not really been able to make its voice heard The latest from the company is a budget phone called the nubia m2 Lite Here is our review of the phone Nubia m2 Lite The nubia m2 Lite is a stylish looking budget phone aimed at the segment that is seeing the maximum volume traction in India at the moment Our review unit came with a black and gold colour combination that is both unique and suave The nubia red dot is visible around the camera on the home button and even the virtual buttons that flank it The phone has a subtle matte finish on the back and 25D glass on the front that flows into the chiselled metallic edges on the sides Specs: 55-inch HD display | Mediatek 6750 quad-core processor clocked at 15 GHz | 4GB RAM+ 32 GB storage (expandable to 128GB) | 13MP rear camera + 16 MP ISOCELL CMOS front camera with LED Flash | 3000 mAh battery| See full specifications of the phone here Price: 13999 What is good The phone is among the more good-looking ones in this price bracket and might appeal to those who want to stand out in the crowd It appeals to a wider range of users with its mix of bling (with the gold plated edges) and black Nubia m2 Lite is among the more good-looking ones in this price bracket Nubia has been pushing the envelope when it comes to what it can load in its camera app The company is bringing some of these features of the budget segment too and this is among the few phones that has a full Pro mode at this price range But even if we overlook that the m2 Lite has a pretty good camera certainly among the fastest in this range It works well in low light too and you can manage good photos if you have a steady hand Sample shot from Nubia M2 Lite Image resized for web Sample shot from Nubia M2 Lite Image resized for web Sample shot from Nubia M2 Lite Image resized for web The phone performs well with regular tasks and the octa-core MediaTek processor with 4G RAM ensures you don’t stumble while multi-tasking The m2 Lite has enough juice in it to keep gamers happy too The phone has a clean UI though it is not stock Android Nubia has bundled some useful apps and features like the super screenshot and tweaks in the notification centre The home button offers some feedback and the fingerprint scanner works right every time What is not that good The Nubia UI 40 is still based on Android M and some users might have issues with that as this means you will don’t have some of the new features pushed by Android This is one aspect where some of these Chinese companies are lagging behind Nubia M2 Lite performs well with regular tasks and the octa-core MediaTek processor with 4G RAM ensures you don’t stumble while multi-tasking M2 Lite is not easy to grip despite the subtle matte finished and edged sides You might need to invest in a cover and tempered glass to see this phone through for a longer time The phone does warm up when it is downloading an app or when you have been browsing the web for too long This is an issue especially in the Delhi summersTheHD LCD display is a bit hard to decipher in the sun I struggled trying to read stuff and also while clicking pictures Should you buy At Rs 13999 this phone will struggle against the likes of the Moto G4 Plus or the Moto G5 which seems to be offering a better screen and stock Android But that does not mean this is a bad phone Buy it if you want to flaunt a stylish design and click photos which other phones will struggle with For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Alaka Sahani | Updated: June 16 2015 6:40 pm A still from Umrika which tells the universal story of brotherhood family and immigration Related News When Swati Shetty first met Prashant Nair in early 2013 she was looking for a director for a film that would have marked her debut as a producer By then Shetty had quit her job as the President of Balaji Motion Pictures and was planning to launch her production house Samosa Stories with a “Bollywood film featuring song and dance” Nair had already directed Delhi in a Day — a quirky dark comedy about a British tourist’s experiences in Delhi — and his script for Umrika had been selected for the Mahindra Sundance Scriptwriting Lab They met for coffee and soon realised that Nair was not the right choice for a traditional Bollywood film “That project did not materialise but it brought us together” recalls Shetty Some months into their relationship in September 2013 Nair’s Indo-German-French producers backed out And Shetty took on the role of its producer At the time the producers pulled out they had got dates of Suraj Sharma and other actors The crew too was in place “We decided to go ahead with the shoot scheduled in December 2013 We pitched in all our savings and kept the shoot running with the help of family and friends” says Shetty who kept on her search for a partner producer On the 42nd day of the shoot she contacted Manish Mundra on Twitter Mundra who was by then backing Aankhon Dekhi came on board “We could not have finished the film without him” she says This January Umrika was screened at the Sundance Film Festival where it received the Audience Award in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition section According to Nair Umrika— set in India of the ’70s and ’80s — is a simple film with heart which has found resonance with the international audience as it deals with the universal theme of brotherhood family and immigration Set in a fictional village in Madhya Pradesh the film follows the journey of Ramakant (Sharma) He along with his friend Lalu (Tony Revolori of The Grand Budapest Hotel fame) land in Mumbai in search of his elder brother Udai (Prateik Babbar) who was supposed to have left for America Director Prashant Nair and producer Swati Shetty at Sundance Film Festival this January Since its Sundance premiere the movie has been sold in nearly 20 countries and will be releasing in France on July 29 “We are yet to finalise the India release date along with Manish whose company Drishyam will distribute the film” says Shetty For those who have seen the trailer of the movie it makes sense when Nair says: “I love fables and magic realism” The writer-director adopts a “fairy tale-like treatment” especially while shooting the village scenes and captures the perception of villagers that America — or “Umrika” as they call it — is the land “where anything is possible” Nair spins a tale around this sweeping modern myth plays with the notion of “exotica” Being the son of an Indian Foreign Service officer Nair spent his early years in different countries and continents “Every time we moved to a new place people would ask me the same questions about my country and culture Most of them were stereotypical This formed the initial idea for the film — to playfully show how different cultures perceive one other” says Nair Though Umrika makes a mention of the Emergency Nair says “The movie has more cultural references than political For instance it has snatches of Tarzan song playing on radio Sharabi poster in the background and the news of Amitabh Bachchan getting injured during the shoot of Coolie” Interestingly both Nair and Shetty were far removed from cinema while growing up Nair worked as an engineer in the IT sector in Paris for a decade while Shetty a graduate in pharmacy worked in a pharmaceutical company before moving to the television industry Today Shetty and Nair — who are planning to tie the knot soon — are keen on focusing on cinema Even as they would like to work together on a film again they are also open to individual projects For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Updated: October 11 2017 6:09 pm According to a study the burden of obesity and its consequences are increasing in India (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News The problem of weight gain is not to taken lightly even though the unending and often too-good-to-be-true solutions coming from the ever burgeoning weight management industry seem to suggest so Be warned — for a few extra kilos today can multiply tomorrow putting you at increased risk of many diseases including cancer They include cancers of the breast (in postmenopausal women) ovary colon and rectum liver kidney pancreas gastric cardia oesophagus (food pipe) and endometrium of the uterus as well as advanced prostate cancer cancers of the gallbladder and thyroid and multiple myeloma (blood cancer) and meningioma brain tumour according to a report by the World Health Organisation’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) In fact so enormous has been the burden of obesity-related cancers that in some countries in the western world they account for close to half of all cancers In the US overweight and obesity-related cancers make up 40 per cent of all cancers according to a report of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in October The situation in India is not yet so scary but the burden of obesity and its consequences are increasing here as well “In India up to one-fourth of all cancers (25 per cent) may be directly or indirectly linked to obesity” Harit Chaturvedi a cancer care specialist at Max Super Speciality Hospital at Saket New Delhi said “The cases are more common in urban areas and metropolitan cities where the diet is more rich in saturated fat content and lifestyle is rather more sedentary” “Obesity alters the intrinsic hormonal milieu thereby disturbing the cell cycle control This in turn affects the various check points of cancer control in the body making them ineffective and rendering a person prone to develop cancers” Chaturvedi said “Moreover an obese patient with cancer undergoing surgery is at higher risk of complications as compared to a lean person” added Deep Goel Director Surgical Gastroenterology Bariatric & Minimal Access Surgery BLK Super Speciality Hospital in New Delhi Interestingly or rather sadly women are disproportionately affected by cancer attributable to obesity overall “Women are more at risk of obesity-related cancers because of periodic shift in the hormonal balance in their body Also the feminine body has more adipose (fat) tissue content which interacts with certain intrinsic factors making them more prone to cancers” Chaturvedi said The IARC report highlights that the excess of energy intake over energy expenditure is the main driver of weight gain So during adulthood the maintenance of a stable body weight depends on the energy derived from food and drink (energy intake) being equal to the total energy expenditure over time “This report shows that excess energy intake is the main responsible factor Although genetic factors play a role these cannot explain the upward trends in obesity rates and in turn the report shows that increased physical activity alone cannot solve the problem” said Isabelle Romieu a scientist at IARC What however is worrying is that excess weight develops progressively so that a relatively small excess of energy intake can easily produce large weight changes over time Therefore it is important to regularly monitor what you eat and how much you exercise “Just as ‘Swachh Bharat’ we need a ‘Swastha Bharat’ campaign which will encourage people to eat and live healthy” Chaturvedi added “We should adopt a healthier lifestyle such as weight control eating before 8 pm, there will 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