India Won By 6 Wickets

Half-centuries from Shikhar Dhawan and Dinesh Karthik helped India beat New Zealand by 6 wickets in the 2nd ODI in Pune to level the three-match series 1-1 on Wednesday. 

India achieved a six-wicket victory in the 2nd ODI against New Zealand in Pune on Wednesday to level the three-match series 1-1. Chasing a modest target of 231, India reached home in 46 overs with Dinesh Karthik and MS Dhoni not out at the crease. Dinesh Karthik and Shikhar Dhawan scored the only two half-centuries of the match to guide the hosts home with ease. Earlier, Indian bowlers did well to restrict New Zealand to only 230/9 in their 50 overs. Bhuvneshwar Kumar picked three while Jasprit Bumrah and Yuzvendra Chahal scalped two each. No New Zealand batsman could even reach a half-century with Henry Nicholls being the top-scorer with 42. New Zealand had claimed a six-wicket victory in the 1st ODI in Mumbai on October 22. The third and final deciding game will be played in Kanpur on Sunday. Follow full cricket score of India vs New Zealand, 2nd ODI in Pune here

Recover Deleted Data From Your Phone

When you delete something from your Phone, then it does not permanently get deleted from your device, it only becomes invisible.The same happens to PC. So, if there is some sensitive data in your phone and you format your phone and sell it  to someone else, then that person can recover your sensitive data if she/he wants and it does not even take much of hard work. Today, there are many applications which anyone can use to recover deleted data from phone and one such application is DiskDigger. To recover your lost data like music, videos, files, you will have to install DiskDigger Pro for which you will have to spend some amount but if you want to recover only photos then you can do this without paying.You can easily download DiskDigger from Play Store.

After downloading it, click on the “Start Basic Photo Scan” button, then there will be the images which you had deleted, and to recover photos, just click on the photos which you want to recover and click on the Recover button placed on top and that’s it.You have recovered your deleted photos. Enjoy…

Judges cannot decide troop deployments, Centre tells Supreme Court

Centre says it is the fundamental job of the government of the day, and not the judiciary, to decide placement of police and armed forces

The Centre told the Supreme Court on Wednesday that judges cannot decide the deployment of troops, and it is the fundamental job of the government of the day, and not the judiciary, to decide placement of police and armed forces to secure the nation’s borders and maintain law and order internally.

The government’s sharp attack was directed at the recent Calcutta High Court order directing the Centre to retain all 15 companies of Central Armed Police Forces, deployed in the restive districts of Darjeeling and Kalimpong in West Bengal, till October 27 or until further orders.

The High Court had countermanded the Centre’s directive to withdraw certain companies from the two districts.

“The direction [Calcutta High Court’s] ignores and virtually obliterates the very concept of separation of powers. The maintenance of order and the security of the country, which includes the deployment of police and armed forces, is a fundamental facet of the governance of the country, and is a core governmental function of the executive wing of the State.

“These matters cannot be the subject matter of judicial review, or adjudication by a court,” the petition, filed by advocate S. Wasim A. Qadri and settled by Attorney General K.K. Venugopal, contended.

The Centre mentioned the petition for urgent hearing before a Bench led by Justice J. Chelameswar, who agreed to refer it for listing before an appropriate Bench of the Supreme Court.

The petition said the demands on the Central Police Forces are “tremendous”, and arise all over the country.

“India has a long border, and in order to effectively prevent cross-border infiltration of terrorists, Central Police Forces are also deployed. Obviously, being a high-priority consideration, the thinning of border deployment has serious national security implications,” the Centre explained.

Noting that 61 officers of the various Central Police Forces were martyred this year alone, the government pointed to the various high-alert theatres like the Valley, the North East and the Red Corridor States affected by naxal extremism which require heightened presence of forces. Even natural disasters and the holding of elections would require the deployment of these forces.

“It would be the exclusive domain of the Central government to decide on the most efficacious deployment of the limited police personnel and resources, to quell pressing situations, varying in gravity, that simultaneously arise in different parts of the country… There is no yardstick by which the Court could assess the need for deployment of Central Police Forces in different States,” the petition said.

Following unrest in the two districts in West Bengal, the Centre had deployed a total of 15 companies of Central Police Forces in June-July 2017. It said the State’s own police force has 73,403 personnel, followed by 20,781 personnel in the State Armed Force, 15,612 in Home Guards, two I.R. Battalions besides the Rapid Action Force, Counter Insurgency Force, Eastern Frontier Rifles (EFR) and ‘STRACO’.

The Centre submitted that its decision to withdraw some of the forces deployed was taken after assessing the ground situation. The State government had also concurred.

Ways To Prevent From Cell Phone’s Dangerous Radiations

Cell Phones have become an essential part of our life. We spend long hours on our cell phones. We know its advantages but what we don’t know is it’s adverse effects on our health. Electo-magnetic radiations coming from our cell phones adversely affects our health. A research study shows that usage of phones for long hours can result in memory loss, hearing loss, brain tumor and even cancer.

If anyone use cell phone on ear to talk continously for 20 minutes, then there are chances of increase in temperature of brain by 2 degree celcius which may result in brain tumor.

Preventive Measures To Adopt:
1. 

It’s very difficult to keep away cell phones from our body but to avoid its adverse effect, we’ll have to do it. 

Use Earphones while talking on phones. When you’ll use earphone while talking, then your brain will remain unaffected by its radiations and even if you talk more, brain’s temperature will not increase.

If it’s not possible for you to use earphone sometime, then you can use your phone’s loudspeaker as it will help you to make some distance of your phone from your ear.

2.

Tty to send messages than to make calls. There are many instant chat messaging apps on play store like Whatsapp, WeChat,Viber etc which you can use to send messages. If it’s not necessary to make calls, then try to send messages as it will 


Read More: http://www.onlymyhealth.com/


Looking at your phone while crossing the street could now cost you $99 in Honolulu

Honolulu has been working on a bill for a few months now that aims to get people to stop staring at their phones when crossing streets. The bill got its final stamp of approval from the Mayor at the end of July and, as the New York Times points out, will go into effect starting tomorrow.

Specifically, the bill (viewable here) states that “No pedestrian shall cross a street or highway while viewing a mobile electronic device.” They note that “viewing” here means “looking in the direction of the screen” — so walking with your phone up to your ear still seems to be okay.

The exceptions to the whole bill: people calling 911, and the emergency responders who might need to look at a device while running across the street as part of their jobs.

EC announces Gujarat Assembly elections date

The term of the 182-member Gujarat Assembly gets over on January 23 next year.

The Election Commission is announcing the schedule for the Gujarat polls. The term of the 182-member Gujarat Assembly gets over on January 23, 2018.

Updates:
All critical events of the polling will be covered by CCTVs.

Model Code of Conduct applicable to Union Government also, insists Mr. Joti.

There will be a total of 50, 128 polling stations for 182 seats. And the polls will be fully VVPAT-based. All EVMs to be attached with VVPATs.

Differently-abled voters have been identified and the kind of help needed has also been identified and necessary arrangements have been made to help them vote, the CEC says.

All-woman managed polling stations to be introduced in Gujarat polls, says Mr. Joti. 102 all-woman polling stations will be there.

CEC A.K. Joti: Total 4.33 crore voters.

The Himachal Pradesh Assembly poll will be held in a single phase on November 9, the EC announced on October 12.

The EC has been under attack from Opposition parties for not having announced the dates for Gujarat Assembly elections along with Himachal Pradesh.