Rising after the knockdowns

Rising after the knockdowns

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Rising after the knockdowns

Gargee Walekar is the only representative of Maharashtra in the India team for the Rugby event to seven girls U-18 World Games in Paris this weekend. It was part of the Seven Rugby Asian Championship for girls under 18 in the UAE last year.

Known for its speed and agility, Gargee is not the only area in the suburbs of Mulund to greatness. Her former schoolmate, Ruchi Shetty, represented the India team at the biggest Asian Women’s Championships of 2016 in Sri Lanka.

Girls Mulund, Gargee and Ruchi and their former classmates, Kshitija Manglurkar, Krutuja Manglurkar and Shraddha Lawand, were also in India under 18-year-old Rugby Sevens girls in Dubai last year.

The former students of Santa María Convent High School, Mulund, always play school property or in a nearby Nahur camp with other boys and girls.

The underwear soccer player 17 as an approach from the first day he entered the game. “I was introduced to this sport in Class XI by Get on Rohit D’Souza Rugby program at our school.

It was a new game, and everything was different about it. I liked the address. Initially, the people around us do not support us because they do not know much about it. But now, everyone is proud. I am in first year of degree in the university Ruparel.

The love of the game has stayed with me since then and I played many junior and senior national tournaments, “he said.

None of his family has played rugby, but he has faced no obstacle despite a difficult sports touch. “My father played cricket at the club, and my grandfather was an athlete. My parents supported him throughout his careers, but he wants me to do so well academically.

Gargee and former school mates play for the Bombay club The Forwards. She was selected in the 12-member team after a two-week training camp at Bombay Gymkhana. Rugby coaches India Nasser Hussain and Shaikh Rehmuddin conducted the training of the 25 likely candidates.

The girls were selected for the camp during the National Youth Rugby Championship Société Générale held on June 10 and 11 at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi. Hussain and Shaikh are both Mumbai and traveled with the team. Hussain is also a former captain of the Indian Rugby team and current CEO of Rugby India.

The Indian team T-18 girls are five Odisha players, captain Sumitra Nayak and five players from West Bengal. These ten players are from the tribal areas. Sultana New Delhi complete team of 12 members.

Gargee had a good start in his first international tournament in Dubai last year, but his team lost the last place.

She wants to repair this moment. “It was a good match for me, and I played before, I was injured in the semifinals, and a lot of other players also had injuries, we could not make it to the final, this time we want to reach the final and win,” he said.

Gargee feels rugby while a sport is improving in India and are able to compete with international tournaments.

“I have speed, I can hear myself well and run fast, but my frame is thin, I want the change” , He said.

Mumbai school trustee's son allegedly helped with answers for SSC papers

Mumbai school trustee’s son allegedly helped with answers for SSC papers

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Mumbai school trustee’s son allegedly helped with answers for SSC papers

A Mulund school apparently took a page off-stage copy of SSC 2015 Bihar. As hundreds of family and friends have climbed the walls of the test centers to give answers to Bihar students, some teachers at Wamanrao Muranjan High School and Junior College have put their resources together with ease to help a student – Trustee who administers the school, not less – cheats for all documents in the SSC exam this year.

Complaint letters about the incident were sent to the Commission and secondary education Maharashtra High School (MSBSHSE) and Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis by Rahul Banavali, a local activist, also a student of 1,988 school lots.

The student at the center of the scandal is the son Deepak Joshi, secretary Balaram Raosaheb Nyandev Thakur Vidyamandir, who heads the school. Banavali stated that the student had received the documents before the exam time and the teachers are also present in the classroom to give a scheduled response.

From day 1
The incident occurred after some teachers returned to work after being in a supervisory position and informed former school students of the incessant copy.

The lawsuit says the assisted deception began early review of SSC March 7 to help Joshi’s son. While the tests were in progress, other students also noticed a copy and mentioned their parents.
Soon, the rumors began to turn and came to the masters who ignored the facts so far. Unhappy with the events mentioned what happened to Banavali, who in turn sends the complaint to the higher authorities.

Banavali said in the middle of the day: “When teachers approached me to inform this unfair practice, no one wanted to present, for fear of the consequences of raising their voice against the school. What I told them is very serious and injustice Completes many other students who come for the same exam at the same time. ”

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“The son of the secretary received the documents issued before the scheduled time, not only was a separate space to sit on the examination, but also received the help of teachers who provided answers,” he added, saying that the first complaint Was sent in March itself.

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“I have followed since, but the authorities have not taken any concrete action. So he sent letters to the higher authorities, including the head of government,” Banavali said.

Speaking at noon on condition of anonymity, a teacher said, “I was out of school when I was in charge of supervision in another branch. But when I learned of the incident, I was surprised and therefore I mentioned our alumni.”

Dattatray Jagtap, chairman of the MSBSHSE Mumbai division, said. “We have received the complaint and it is a serious matter, if they are proven. We will ask the local education agent to conduct an investigation into this complaint.”

Treated like a common criminal: Mumbai woman on trip to Georgia

Treated like a common criminal: Mumbai woman on trip to Georgia

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Treated like a common criminal: Mumbai woman on trip to Georgia

The Khushbu Kaushal Mumbai on Facebook message about her experience in Georgia was viral, said Thursday that her experience in Eastern European countries was a test when she spent spending hours at the airport and returning to India without any adequate explanation.

Kaushal shared his story on Facebook, addressing Archil Dzuliashvili, Georgia’s Ambassador to India on “the most humiliating night” of his life in the capital, Tbilisi. His position July 3, 3800 was shared by individuals and more than 4,000 responded.

“I was treated like a common criminal. I had no water, no food, no rest to rest at the airport,” said the Bandra resident, who returned to his home in Hindustan Times.

Kaushal, who works with an advertising agency, said he began planning his trip to Georgia two months ago after watching a television show, indicating some of the characters to visit Eastern Europe to the east of the country.

“It was then that I realized that there is a country called Georgia and not just an American state.” When the Georgia airport agent asked me the purpose of my visit, I shared with him and shared a laugh. What I thought was a process, said Kaushal.

Kaushal said he produced his electronic visa, issued by the Government of Georgia, his employer’s letters, hotel reservations, return ticket, bank statement and insurance, among other documents needed to travel to another country for officials of Immigration there.

He added that he realized that another Indian, who also had an electronic visa, was also “detained” at Tbilisi airport.

M. Kaushal said the Georgia Ministry of Foreign Affairs had issued the electronic visa when it was published online for the latest country tour. However, when questioned at Tbilisi airport, immigration officials did not mention any problems with the issue of their electronic visa, he said.
When Kaushal arrived at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai, an Indian immigration agent said that 90% of Indian travelers were sent back to Georgia.

“This seems to be true because after sharing my message on Facebook, people abandoned their comments and saw that there was a group of six to seven girls, who were returned, a man who had a conference for abroad and parents who also Visited his children.If there is a problem with the electronic visa, why the Georgian government issuing the same? “Asked Kaushal.

It was his first trip to Europe Kaushal which was in Dubai and Thailand in the past. And when asked if he wanted to go to Georgia again, Kaushal said he feared.

“I am afraid to think again even though many Georgians were very kind, as they have left an apology to my post. The Georgian media and lawyers were also willing to help.

But I do not know how the Georgian government will act with me. I do not know if they’ll put me in jail for my second visit, “he said.

An official of the Georgian Embassy told the Hindustan Times that the problem was with the electronic visa Kaushal wore.

In Mumbai, real estate project launches down by 36%

In Mumbai, real estate project launches down by 36%

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In Mumbai, real estate project launches down by 36%

MUMBAI: New releases of Mumbai Metropolitan Region decreased by 36% between January and June 2017, due to the new real estate regulation law and maintenance of the Bombay Supreme Court in permits for new projects saturating city dumps.

A report from Knight Frank India, India Real Estate (JANUARY TO JUNE 2017) said Wednesday that RERA compliance also prevented manufacturers from marketing their projects, which had an impact on sales.

While the first half of 2016 saw the emergence of 24,450 apartments, the first half of 2017 has been the case with 15,763 units entering the market.

Recommended Although sales have fallen by 8% over last year, the ratio of units launched with a price range of less than Rs 75 lakh to 56% in the first half 2.016 thousand to 84% in the first half 2017. “An important piece of New carried out under Rs 50 lakh,” he said.

Samantak Das, Chief Economist and National Director, Research, Knight Frank, said: “The launch hit the first-line sales more to project developers and become compatible with RERA, which will increase substantially for the industry. The same period last year due to demonetization.

In the front of the price, Mumbai, like other cities, has a time correction. In the future, Maharashtra is already one of the key players in the creation of a RERA regulator; We believe that this city could soon stop the harassment of political interventions. ”

According to the report, small and low priced apartments led to an increase in the proportion of launches in the central suburbs, while Vasai-Virar and Mira-Bhayandar received the lion’s share in the western suburbs.

“The unsold inventory of 1.38,652 units remains a concern, analysis indicates that developers have more than two years to deplete inventories, developers push to unload inventory unsold, which triggered a regular sale of Kalyan Dombivli “, He said.

The suburb of Mumbai, the center of the device, had the largest number of unsold homes (31,758), while the number of the western suburbs was 22,126.
Meanwhile, in the first eight cities, new launches dropped 41%.

Sales also fell by 11% compared to the previous year, which represents sales of the first low average of the last five years, according to Knight Frank report. While the first half of 2016 recorded sales of 35,000 apartments of 1, the figure fell to 1 20.755 between January and June 2017.

Total unsold inventories in the first half 2017 in Mumbai, NCR, Bangalore, Pune, Chennai, Hyderabad, Calcutta and Ahmedabad was 596,044, down 17% compared to the second half of 2014.

In Saudi Arabia, Donald Trump to use softer language about Islam

In Saudi Arabia, Donald Trump to use softer language about Islam

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In Saudi Arabia, Donald Trump to use softer language about Islam

President Donald Trump will use his first visit to the Middle East to call for unity in the fight against radicalism in the Muslim world, launching the challenge as a “battle between good and evil” and urging Arab leaders to “expel The terrorists of his Places of Worship, “according to a draft of the speech obtained by The Associated Press.

Abandoning part of the harsh anti-Muslim rhetoric of his presidential campaign, the draft speech, slated to be delivered in Saudi Arabia on Sunday, sees new alliances with US traditional allies in the Middle East. It notably refrains from mentioning the issues of democracy and human rights that Arab leaders often see as moralizing by the United States in favor of the more limited goals of peace and stability.

“We are not here to give a conference to tell other peoples how to live, what to do or who to be. We are here instead of offering an alliance to build a better future for all of us,” the document said.

Mr. Trump left Washington on Friday afternoon for Riyadh, the first stop on his overseas trip as president. The marathon trip will also take you to Israel, the Vatican, Belgium and Italy. The trip is a key test of the President’s diplomatic skills and an opportunity to add substance to a foreign policy he has broadly described as America First.

Two different sources provided the PA with copies of the draft of their observations, advertised as a travel sign. One version, released late Thursday, included edits with comments from an administration official, indicating that it was still a work in progress.

The White House confirmed that the bill was authentic, but warned that the president had not yet signed the final product.

“The President has not seen this draft,” said White House spokesman Sean Spicer. “This is one of five drafts that have been written by several people. He continues to take the entry and is writing a final version.”

Trump’s campaign was marked by its anti-Islamic rhetoric and its administration has twice tried to impose a ban on travel to several Muslim-majority countries. “I think Islam hates us,” he said in a moment.

The draft of the speech does not include any mention of “radical Islamic terrorism,” a phrase that candidate Trump regularly criticized the opposition’s Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama for refusing. His speech calls terrorism a pervasive problem that affects all those who love peace.

“This is not a battle between different beliefs, different sects or different civilizations. This is a battle between those who seek to destroy human life and those who seek to protect it,” the text reads President Donald Trump on the first visit to Moyen-Orient pour In the launching of a “bataille between good and evil” and in exhortant Arab leaders to “chasser les terroristes de vos Lieux de culte”, selon A brouillon des discours obtained by The Associated Press.

Abandoning a part of the anti-Muslim struggle for the presidential campaign, the speech project, planned to be lived in Saudi Arabia dimanche, forecast new partnerships with traditional allies in the Middle East. Il s’abstient in particular to mention democracy and human rights. The Arab leaders consider this to be in favor of objectifs plus limités de la paix et de la stabilité.

“Nous ne sommes pas là pour donner des conférences pour dire d’autres personnes comment vivre, faire quoi or à qui être.

M. Trump a quitté Washington le vendredi après-midi pour Riyad, premier arrêt du premier voyage à l’étranger en tant président. The voyage marathon will lead you to Israel, the Vatican, Belgium and Italy. The trip is a key test of the president’s diplomatic skills and an opportunity to add substance to a foreign policy that describes the general form as “America to approach”.

Uttar Pradesh Police Arrest 5 Accused In Mathura Jewellers' Murder Case

Uttar Pradesh Police Arrest 5 Accused In Mathura Jewellers’ Murder Case

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Uttar Pradesh Police Arrest 5 Accused In Mathura Jewellers’ Murder Case

MATHURA: Uttar Pradesh Police arrested five defendants of killing two jewelers in Mathura earlier this week. Six armed robbers entered Koyalawali Gali’s jewelry store and opened fire that killed two merchants. Two others were injured in the incident. The defendant was on motorcycles and escaped with cash and gold for Rs. 4 million rupees.

The incident infuriated UP chief Yogi Adityanath, who headed DGP Sulkhan Singh to intervene quickly in the case. Four policemen were suspended after the murders.

“… the rule of law prevails in Uttar Pradesh. There will be absolutely no protection to criminals in the state,” said the prime minister, said the BJP without a crime when his campaign.

In the closed-circuit television movie of the incident, a man with his face covered opens the door and points with a gun at the men inside the tent. More thieves follow, their faces hidden by the helmets, and a fight ensues while the staff try to make them retreat.

Jewelers from across the state observed a one-day strike to protest the lack of action in the case. The Lucknow Sarrafa association had also submitted a memorandum to the Minister of State, Shrikant Sharma, demanding adequate security for jewelers in Uttar Pradesh.

Vinod Maheshwari, general secretary of the association, said: “The jewelers are virtually blank for criminals Mathura The incident is very sad, and two of our brothers died crime should be controlled in the state.”

The opposition parties attacked the Adityanath government on the deteriorating situation of law and order in the UP.

Last week, in Gorakhpur, the hometown of the prime minister, a 45-year-old trader was arrested for going home by cyclists who fired and fled with Rs. 8 lakh.

Pervez Musharraf says Kulbhushan Jadhav bigger terrorist than Ajmal Kasab, slams Pakistan for appearing at ICJ

Pervez Musharraf says Kulbhushan Jadhav bigger terrorist than Ajmal Kasab, slams Pakistan for appearing at ICJ

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Pervez Musharraf says Kulbhushan Jadhav bigger terrorist than Ajmal Kasab, slams Pakistan for appearing at ICJ

Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf said on Friday that Kulbhushan Jadhav was more of terrorist Ajmal Kasab, one of the perpetrators of the terrorist attacks in Mumbai in 2008.
Jadhav, a former Indian Navy officer, was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court in April of this year for espionage purposes. Pakistan claims that Jadhav was an Investigation and Analysis (RAW) agent and is responsible for fomenting agitation in Balochistan, the Pakistani region of Islamabad, where he has long criticized RAW for promoting terrorism.
In an interview with ARY News Pakistan, Musharraf drew parallels between Jadhav and Kasab, who was hanged to death in India for his role in the Mumbai attacks. Musharraf said that Kasab was only a “pawan”, while Jadhav is responsible for obtaining “dozens of people” to carry out terrorist activities.
“Who is the greatest culprit (between Jadhav and Kasab),” Musharraf was asked before saying, “Obviously it is Jadhav.” “I do not even know how Jadhav’s death is responsible,” said M. Musharraf.
The former chief of the Pakistani army also gave a country to appear before the International Court of Justice, which allowed to suspend this week the death penalty Jadhav. “It was not true that India has gone to the ICJ,” Musharraf said, adding, “Pakistan should not be a party (ICJ).”
The issues of espionage and sabotage are internal affairs of Pakistan, Musharraf added, saying that no one has the power to advise the country on these issues.
He also said that global organizations such as the United Nations and the International Court of Justice have no real power. The guidelines issued by these global organizations are ignored by some countries, M. Musharraf, after they were asked if Pakistan could obviously avoid sending a team to the ICJ to defend itself against India’s claim.
Musharraf then cited the example of the United States execution of two German citizens in 1999 despite a provisional decision by the ICJ setting a stay of the death sentence to two.
THE QUESTION KULBHUSHAN JADHAV
In April of this year, Pakistani army chief Javed Qamar Bajwa confirmed the death sentence on Kulbhushan Jadhav, accused of espionage.
India, which closed Jadhav’s trial as “a farce,” said Jadhav is not a spy and he is a former officer of the Indian Navy – he has become a businessman who has been kidnapped in Iran and taken to Pakistan.
Noting that Islamabad had violated the Vienna Convention by not providing consular access to Jadhav New Delhi, India submitted a petition to the International Court of Justice in The Hague, The Netherlands.
This week, the World Court, which estimated India’s motive has asked Pakistan not to execute Jadhav until the ICJ had time to fully understand the problem and reach a final verdict.

IPL 2017: Yuvraj Singh leaves message for Kolkata Knight Riders and Mumbai Indians post Qualifier 2

IPL 2017: Yuvraj Singh leaves message for Kolkata Knight Riders and Mumbai Indians post Qualifier 2

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IPL 2017: Yuvraj Singh leaves message for Kolkata Knight Riders and Mumbai Indians post Qualifier 2

New Delhi: The Mumbai Indians secured their place in the Indian Premier League 2017 final, defeating Kolkata Knight Riders convincingly Friday. Regarding the team’s performance, Sunrisers Hyderabad’s Yuvraj Singh said KKR should hold the head high after its loss for a clinical side of the MI.
The double between two of the most consistent teams in the competition saw the side of Gautam Gambhir collapse and Rohit Sharma set up a final clash with Rising Pune Supergiant.

Yuvraj, who moved away from the competition with Hyderabad after suffering a defeat at Gambhir’s Kolkata in the Eliminator round, said: “One of the best sides of the @ipl @kkr can stand high @ clinical performance, Hopefully, a last comin soon. ”

Indian legendary spinner Karn Sharma claimed four wickets that produced the Man of the Match performance with 4-16 figures to help Kolkata choose 107, with Mumbai reaching the target in 14.3 overs and setting up a Title match with Rising Pune Supergiant
Karn Sharma, Indian legs champion, won four wickets that produced Man of the Match with 4-16 figures to help Kolkata clinch 107, with Mumbai reaching the target in 14.3 overs and setting up ‘A title clash with Rising Pune Supergiant. (MI vs KKR – When arriving? Report)

Mumbai lost three first wickets in their pursuit before skipper Rohit Sharma (26) and Krunal Pandya (45 not released) put 54 races to bring the team to the fourth final of the IPL.

But it was Sharma’s wrist epilators who set up the victory for Mumbai, who had lost the first qualifying match for Pune after completing the league phase as a table-toppers.

Suryakumar Yadav (31) and Ishank Jaggi (28) placed 56 runs for the sixth wicket, but an inspired attack from Mumbai did not allow the advantage to escape the Bangalore M Chinnaswamy stadium.

Jasprit Bumrah (3-7) and Mitchell Johnson (2-28) shared five wins between them while the duo combined to clear Kolkata’s tail.

Kolkata, who had excluded the defending champion, Sunrisers Hyderabad in the eliminator, announced nine wins and seven defeats in 16 games.

While Mumbai is pursuing his third IPL title in season 10 of the rich-cash league, Pune issues his maiden victory in Hyderabad on Sunday.

Microsoft HoloLens Could Aid Space Station Maintenance and Repairs

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sibilities for an EdcAR follow on,” says David Martinez Oliveira, Technical Officer, ESA. The two-year project was funded by ESA. The project partners are VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Thales Alenia Space, Italy and France, and ICCS (Institute of Communications and Computer Systems), Greece.
Finnish research company VTT Technical Research Centre has developed an augmented reality tool using the Hololens which is designed to help space statiLa empresa de investigación finlandesa VTT Technical Research Center ha desarrollado una herramienta de realidad aumentada utilizando la Hololens, que está diseñada para ayudar a los astronautas de la estación espacial a ser más precisos. La sociedad finlandesa de investigación VTT Technical Research Center ha desarrollado una herramienta de aumento de la realidad utilizando los Hololens qui est designed for aider Les astronautes de la station spatiale à être plus précis et plus efficaces.

El proyecto Edcardo de dos años (Datos de ingeniería en AR multiplate-forme) mené par VTT a développé une solution aux défis liés à la maintenance et aux fournitures d’instructions de travail, qui ont été un problème depuis plus d’une Decennie Étant donné que las tareas de mantenimiento y otras tareas en el espacio son indispensables. Preparar la necesidad de una práctica apropiada, que consiste en coordinar las actividades de expertos en diversidad. Étant donné que les temps des astronautes sont extrêmement précieux, leurs tâches et leurs instructions de maintenance doivent être sans équivoque.

El nuevo proyecto EdcAR, basado en el Microsoft HoloLens, visibiliza la invisibilidad en la visualización de datos de telemetría a partir de equipos y otros sistemas a bordo de la estación espacial, los que el diagnóstico de los falsos, las últimas Datos de mantenimiento, ciclo de vida, rayonnement, presión o temperatura – a la vez en el espacio y en el sol.

La guía también incluye los astronautas en las tareas en las instrucciones de las visas detalladas sobre las lunetas, las instrucciones en el manual para los procedimientos necesarios en el buen orden, (B) “. El sistema de reducción de errores, accelera las tareas y mejora la claridad de la instrucción por la utilización de la tecnología AR.

“El sistema AR que nos hemos desarrollado sobre la placa-forma de Microsoft HoloLens. El soutient el trabajo de los astronautes de una forma total de nuevo en el despliegue de las claves de la información por una interfaz IoT (Internet de Cosas)», explican El responsable de proyecto Kaj Helin de VTT.

À l’avenir, il est prévu que les astronautes puissent use cet outil pour effectuer des tâches d’entretien et une surveillance du matériel en temps réel dans les conditions exigeantes du espace. Los primeros ensayos prácticos se realizaron en la formación de formación ISS-Columbus situado en el centro europeo de astronautas (EAC) en Colonia, en Alemania, en el producto de excelentes resultados.

“C’est très impressionnant!”, Explic David Martínez Oliveira, responsable technique, ESA.

El proyecto de dos años fue financiado por la ESA. Los socios del proyecto son el Centro de investigación técnica VTT de Finlandia, Thales Alenia Space, Italia y la Francia, y ICCS (Instituto de comunicaciones y sistemas de información), en Grecia. Y eficiente.

El proyecto EdcAR de dos años de duración (Engineering data in cross-platform AR), dirigido por VTT, desarrolló una solución a los retos relacionados con el mantenimiento y la provisión de instrucciones de trabajo, que han sido un problema durante más de una década. Dado que el mantenimiento y otras tareas de trabajo en el espacio son críticos, deben llevarse a cabo sin errores y en el momento adecuado. Prepararse para ello requiere practicar en profundidad, lo que implica coordinar las actividades de varios expertos. Dado que el tiempo de los astronautas es extremadamente valioso, sus tareas y las instrucciones de mantenimiento deben ser inequívocas.

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Finnish research company VTT Technical Research Centre has developed an augmented reality tool using the Hololens which is designed to help space statiLa

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sibilities for an EdcAR follow on,” says David Martinez Oliveira, Technical Officer, ESA. The two-year project was funded by ESA. The project partners are VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Thales Alenia Space, Italy and France, and ICCS (Institute of Communications and Computer Systems), Greece.
Finnish research company VTT Technical Research Centre has developed an augmented reality tool using the Hololens which is designed to help space statiLa empresa de investigación finlandesa VTT Technical Research Center ha desarrollado una herramienta de realidad aumentada utilizando la Hololens, que está diseñada para ayudar a los astronautas de la estación espacial a ser más precisos. La sociedad finlandesa de investigación VTT Technical Research Center ha desarrollado una herramienta de aumento de la realidad utilizando los Hololens qui est designed for aider Les astronautes de la station spatiale à être plus précis et plus efficaces.

El proyecto Edcardo de dos años (Datos de ingeniería en AR multiplate-forme) mené par VTT a développé une solution aux défis liés à la maintenance et aux fournitures d’instructions de travail, qui ont été un problème depuis plus d’une Decennie Étant donné que las tareas de mantenimiento y otras tareas en el espacio son indispensables. Preparar la necesidad de una práctica apropiada, que consiste en coordinar las actividades de expertos en diversidad. Étant donné que les temps des astronautes sont extrêmement précieux, leurs tâches et leurs instructions de maintenance doivent être sans équivoque.

El nuevo proyecto EdcAR, basado en el Microsoft HoloLens, visibiliza la invisibilidad en la visualización de datos de telemetría a partir de equipos y otros sistemas a bordo de la estación espacial, los que el diagnóstico de los falsos, las últimas Datos de mantenimiento, ciclo de vida, rayonnement, presión o temperatura – a la vez en el espacio y en el sol.

La guía también incluye los astronautas en las tareas en las instrucciones de las visas detalladas sobre las lunetas, las instrucciones en el manual para los procedimientos necesarios en el buen orden, (B) “. El sistema de reducción de errores, accelera las tareas y mejora la claridad de la instrucción por la utilización de la tecnología AR.

“El sistema AR que nos hemos desarrollado sobre la placa-forma de Microsoft HoloLens. El soutient el trabajo de los astronautes de una forma total de nuevo en el despliegue de las claves de la información por una interfaz IoT (Internet de Cosas)», explican El responsable de proyecto Kaj Helin de VTT.

À l’avenir, il est prévu que les astronautes puissent use cet outil pour effectuer des tâches d’entretien et une surveillance du matériel en temps réel dans les conditions exigeantes du espace. Los primeros ensayos prácticos se realizaron en la formación de formación ISS-Columbus situado en el centro europeo de astronautas (EAC) en Colonia, en Alemania, en el producto de excelentes resultados.

“C’est très impressionnant!”, Explic David Martínez Oliveira, responsable technique, ESA.

El proyecto de dos años fue financiado por la ESA. Los socios del proyecto son el Centro de investigación técnica VTT de Finlandia, Thales Alenia Space, Italia y la Francia, y ICCS (Instituto de comunicaciones y sistemas de información), en Grecia. Y eficiente.

El proyecto EdcAR de dos años de duración (Engineering data in cross-platform AR), dirigido por VTT, desarrolló una solución a los retos relacionados con el mantenimiento y la provisión de instrucciones de trabajo, que han sido un problema durante más de una década. Dado que el mantenimiento y otras tareas de trabajo en el espacio son críticos, deben llevarse a cabo sin errores y en el momento adecuado. Prepararse para ello requiere practicar en profundidad, lo que implica coordinar las actividades de varios expertos. Dado que el tiempo de los astronautas es extremadamente valioso, sus tareas y las instrucciones de mantenimiento deben ser inequívocas.

El nuevo proyecto EdcAR, basado en el HoloLens de Microsoft, hace visible el invisible, permitiendo la visualización de datos de telemetría desde equipos y otros sistemas a bordo de la estación espacial, tales como diagnóstico de fallas, los últimos datos de mantenimiento, ciclo de vida, radiación, presión o Temperatura – tanto en el espacio como en el suelo.

También guía a los astronautas a través de tareas mostrando instrucciones visuales detalladas en las gafas AR de los astronautas, guiándolas paso a paso para realizar los procedimientos necesarios en el orden correcto, como “ahora presione este botón”, luego gire la palanca (B) “. Se espera que el sistema reduzca errores, acelere las tareas y mejore la claridad de la instrucción mediante el uso de la tecnologí

sado en el HoloLens de Microsoft, hace visible el invisible, permitiendo la visualización de datos de telemetría desde equipos y otros sistemas a bordo de la estación espacial, tales como diagnóstico de fallas, los últimos datos de mantenimiento, ciclo de vida, radiación, presión o Temperatura – tanto en el espacio como en el suelo.

También guía a los astronautas a través de tareas mostrando instrucciones visuales detalladas en las gafas AR de los astronautas, guiándolas paso a paso para realizar los procedimientos necesarios en el orden correcto, como “ahora presione este botón”, luego gire la palanca (B) “. Se espera que el sistema reduzca errores, acelere las tareas y mejore la claridad de la instrucción mediante el uso de la tecnologí

Management Aptitude Test (MAT)

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February 2014

Question Paper (Fully Solved)

Conducted By All India Management Association

Continued from CSR-MBA, January 2016

INDIAN AND GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT


 

 

  1. What is the name of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) which put the Mangalyaan (Mars-Craft) into Earth’s orbit ?
  • PSLV-A11 (2)    PSLV-B22
  • PSLV-A22 (4)    PSLV-C25
  1. ‘Magnus Carlsen’, the winner of the World Chess Championship held in India recently, belongs to
  • Russia (2)    Norway
  • Bulgaria (4)    Germany
  1. The coastal area of which one of the following States was struck by the severe cyclonic storm ‘Helen’ in November 2013 ?
  • Odisha
  • Tamil Nadu
  • Andhra Pradesh
  • West Bengal
  1. Which among the following Asian countries has not qualified for the 2014 FIFA World Cup ?
  • Kuwait
  • Iran
  • Japan
  • South Korea
  1. Who among the following athletes was named as the IAAF World Athlete of the Year in November 2013 ?
  • Mo Farah
  • Usain Bolt
  • Bohdan Bondarenko
  • Valerie Adams
  1. As per the UN AIDS 2013 reports, by what percent has India reduced new HIV infections ?
  • 57%
  • 37%
  • 44%
  • 49%
  1. Recently, Google and _______

jointly launched the smart phone name ‘Google-Nexus5’ in India.

  • BlackBerry
  • Nokia
  • LG
  • Sony
  1. Who among the following became the CEO of PespsiCo for India region in December 2013 ?
  • Shivakumar
  • Sanjeev Chadda
  • Phaneesh Murthy
  • None of these
  1. Which       of the following countries won the right to host the FIFA Under-17 World Cup in 2017 ?
  • Sri Lanka (2) India
  • Vietnam (4) Indonesia
  1. Who among the following is fondly known as ‘Madiba’ ?
  • Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
  • Barack Obama
  • Nelson Mandela
  • None of these
  1. ‘UNBREAKABLE’, the recently released book, is the autobiography of which famous Indian sportsperson ?
  • Milkha Singh
  • Sachin Tendulkar
  • Viswanathan Anand
  • M C Mary Kom
  1. As per the December 2013 report of Fortune Magazine, which Indian company is the biggest in terms of annual revenue ?
  • Reliance Ind.
  • Indian Oil Corp.
  • ONGC
  • Bharat Petroleum
  1. In December 2013, two of the India’s top companies, Reliance Jio Infocomm and Bharti Airtel agreed to share
  • Telecom Infrastructure.
  • Hyper Market Facilities.
  • Software Consultancy Services.
  • None of these
  1. Which one of the following companies got the sponsorship rights of the Indian cricket team for the period of 2014-2017 ?
  • Sahara India (2) DLF
  • Pepsi (4)   Star India
  1. As per the latest 13th annual report of Google Zeitgeist, which one of the following e-commerce sites was named as the most searched site of the year 2013 ?
  • in (2)   snapdeal
  • flipkart (4)   naaptol
  1. Who among the following has been selected for the prestigious Sahitya Akademi Award 2013 ?
  • Gulzar
  • Chandrakant Devtale
  • Ramachandra Guha
  • Javed Akhtar
  1. Who among the following famous cricketers was selected for the C K Nayudu Lifetime Achievement Award for the year 2013 by the BCCI ?
  • Kapil Dev
  • Ajit Wadekar
  • Sunil Gavaskar
  • Anil Kumble
  1. ‘Garuda’, is the national air carrier of which one of the following countries ?
  • Bangladesh (2)    Indonesia

(3)   Bhutan           (4)    Mauritius

  1. Name the latest South-based regional airlines in the Indian skies which was started in late 2013.
  • Air Costa (2)    Sea Air

(3)   Delta Air        (4)    Air South

  1. Which Indian luxury hotel chain discontinued its 25-year-old branding alliance with the German hotel group ‘Kempinski’ in late 2013 ?
  • Oberoi Group
  • Taj Group
  • Leela Group
  • ITC Group
  1. As per the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Gol report, power generation in India is heavily reliant on coal and gas with thermal accounting

for more than_____ of annual power

generation. ’

  • 80% (2)    75%

(3)   68%                (4)    85%

  1. Name India’s own Light Combat Aircraft (LCA), which got the initial operational clearance from the Ministry of Defence, Gol in December 2013 for induction into the Indian Air Force (IAF).
  • Varun (2)   Tejas

(3)   Trishul            (4)    Nirbhay

  1. Which one of the following Asian

countries was given the GSP (Generalised Scheme of Preferences)- plus status by the European Union (EU) in December 2013 to provide their industry and exporters, duty-free access to the 28 EU member nations?

  • India
  • Sri Lanka
  • Pakistan
  • Bangladesh

 

  1. The UN’s World Economic Situation and Prospects 2014 Report lowered India’s economic growth forecast for 2013 to

(1) 4.8%                 (2) 5.3%

(3) 3.9%                 (4) 6.1%

  1. What was the value of acquisition projects including the purchase of missiles and submarines, cleared by the Ministry of Defence, Gol in December 2013?

(1) Rs. 10000 Cr. (2) Rs. 8000 Cr.

(3) Rs. 20000 Cr. (4) Rs. 16000 Cr.

  1. Who among the following was appointed as the Governor of Manipur in December 2013 ?
  • Vinod Kumar Duggal
  • Vijay Kapoor
  • Ashwani Kumar
  • None of these
  1. Which one of the following automobile MNCs recently launched two new bikes ‘Z1000’ and “NINJA1000’ in India each priced at Rs. 12,50,000 (approx.) ?

(1)   Honda            (2)    Hero

(3)   Kawasaki        (4)    Bajaj

  1. What is die approx, stake of the Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) in the Ranbaxy Lab at the end of the year 2013 ?

(1)   8%                  (2)    7%

(3)   10%                (4)    6%

  1. As per the report released by Karvy Private Wealth, which one of the following is the topmost asset of Indian households, accounting for 65.84% of individual wealth in FY2013 ?
  • Real Estate
  • Gold
  • Stocks and Bonds
  • None of these
  1. What value of mutual fund schemes of its rival Morgan Stanley did HDFC mutual fund acquire in December 2013 ?

(1) Rs. 3290 Cr. (2) Rs. 1275 Cr.

(3) Rs. 1595 Cr. (4) Rs. 2518 Cr.

  1. The anti-corruption watchdog ‘Transparency International’ ranked India first in financial transparency among BRICS nations. Which Indian company tops the list ?
  • Mahindra & Mahindra
  • Bharti Airtel
  • Tata Communications
  • Petronas
  1. Who among the following scientists was conferred the Bharat Ratna in November 2013 ?
  • K Radh^akrishnan
  • Chintamani N R Rao
  • Rajagopala Chidambaram
  • K Kasturirangan
  1. Who among the following became the first woman chairperson of the State Bank of India in late 2013 ?
  • Vijayalakshmi Iyer
  • Shubhalakshmi Panse

 

  • Arundhati Bhattacharya
  • Archana Bhargava
  1. Name the Lebanese music legend, also referred to as the ‘Voice of Lebanon’ and famous in the Arab world for his singing talent, who recently passed away at the age of 92, ?
  • Wadihal Safi
  • Md Abdul Wahab
  • Yasser Arafat
  • None of these
  1. Which one of the following organizations won the Nobel Peace Prize 2013 ?
  • The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
  • Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
  • International Atomic Energy Agency
  • International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War
  1. Which country’s army jointly participated with Indian troops in the desert military exercise ‘Indra 2013’ October-November ?

(1)   Nepal             (2)     The USA

(3)   Japan              (4)     Russia

197.0NGC Videsh Ltd (OVL), the overseas arm of state-owned ONGC, brought out an additional 12% stake in

a Brazilian oil field for______ million in

the year 2013.

(1)   $529               (2)     $481

(3)   $613               (4)     $397

  1. Where was the 44th International Film Festival of India organised in November 2013 ?

(1)   Delhi              (2)    Goa

(3) Chandigarh (4) Puducherry

  1. The first all-women Government bank ‘Bharatiya Mahila Bank (BMB)’ was recently launched in India with a corpus of
  • 900 Cr.
  • 1200 Cr.
  • 1400 Cr.
  • 1000 Cr.
  1. Who among the following won the Indira Gandhi Prize for Peace, Disarmament and Development for 2013 ?
  • Angela Merkel
  • John Kerry
  • Aung San Suu Kyi
  • None of these
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  1. Peer-driven teacher-development networks
  • Need leadership that has combined multiple roles successfully.
  • Provide a decentralised forum for involving more teachers.
  • Are the viable answers to the problem of large numbers and so need to be adopted.
  • Cannot solve all the problems of teacher development.
  1. According to the author
  • There may be a general resistance to accepting that certain teachers do not have deficiencies.
  • Other stakeholders in education dominate teachers with their ability to debate educational and wider issues.
  • The push for providing external training inputs results in teachers being looked upon as a class with certain deficiencies.
  • Investments in education imply finances for teachers and so for human capital development.
  1. Outstanding teachers can help develop the capabilities of the wider teaching community because
  • They have many years of experience.
  • On their own they have found solutions to problems in their situations which are relevant to many teachers.
  • Their experiments appear unsophisticated, but are relevant.
  • None of the above.
  1. A good starting point for teachers’ associations while reforming themselves is
  • Building support for schooling within the community.
  • Restructuring themselves into dynamic organisations.
  • Examining how the contextual constraints have been overcome by some teachers.
  • Allowing outstanding teachers a greater say in teacher development activities.
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