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SAMSUNG M41 are going to have a huge battery of 6800mAH.
According to the 3C listing, the phone has is very much alive and kicking and more importantly, reveals a juicy detail about the battery. And by juicy, we mean juicy - 6,800 mAh unit is supposed to power up the device.
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Oppo Reno 4 Pro Indian variant teased with higher refresh rate.
It also features a flat display with dual punch hole camera compared to curved and single punch-hole on the original.These handsets even run dedicated ColorOS 7.2 Android 10 skin with special tweaks.
Another virus found in China named"G4" in pigs.
The G4 flu virus is capable of causing a pandemic. warn the scientists reporting on the new strain that's descended from the Swine-flu pandemic causing H1N1 strain of 2009.
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Sagar Bhardwaj opens up about his upcoming songs
Haryanvi Artist Sagar Bhardwaj whose recent Song is planning a lot of collaborations. He is hopeful that the shooting will begin soon that got delayed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Artist Sagar Bhardwaj says the lockdown experience has had a great influence on his creativity. He adds that he has worked on a lot of songs during this period, which he will release soon. “I feel in this current scenario, away from the hustle and bustle of life, we have become more creative. Main acha time spend kar raha hoon apne studios mein (I am spending a good amount of time in my studios), and so is my team in their respective studios,” Sagar Bhardwaj said.
Sumanchna Springedge Healthcare, Dream of Tarun and Sumanchna for lowest Cost Treatment is no more nightmare. Making India's 1st and fastest growing Healthcare Chain.
Dreamed by Suhani Sumanchna and Tarun Poddar in September 2019 to built a Hospital to provide lowest cost Healthcare Services in India led Tarun and Suhani to start the biggest Healthcare chain named as Sumanchna Springedge Healthcare claimed to be India's 1st and fastest growing Healthcare Chain. Currently it owns more than 20 properties includes many prominent Hospitals across India , operational in 3 Countries and 16 states of India and expanding more.
The hard work by Operation Head Gopal Krishna Sumanchna Springedge Healthcare is run by Foxhog Ventures Corp. Started in March 2020 to create a successful startup Ecosystem Foxhog ventures has invested more than 400 Million in last 3 months in the field of Agriculture, Hospitality, Personal care and IT Infrastructure.
Tarun Poddar’s dream to Setup India’s fastest Processing Venture Capital firm has become real with his worldwide team of Finance Experts is all set to become India’s fastest growing VC Firm.
Suhani Sumanchna is a Lawyer by Profession and MBA from Stanford University California Tarun has a vast Business Experience.
An Entrepreneur, Author and A Part time Chef Tarun’s vision is to go miles. They both are aiming to have more than 500 Hospitals at their portfolio at the end of 2020.
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The Story - How to IPO India's Crown Jewel
The Union Budget of 2020–21 had a little surprise. The government finally announced its intention to partially sell off Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC). And rumour has it that they’ve kicked off the whole process by hiring two pre-IPO transaction advisors already. So let’s talk about this mega IPO, shall we?
LIC is India’s largest financial institution. It manages close to ₹31 trillion in assets (out of India’s ₹40 trillion insurance industry). It sells 3 out of 4 life insurance policies sold in the country. It’s much bigger than the 23 private sector life insurance companies put together. And it is a profitable entity which has consistently delivered value to its only shareholder — the government of India.
However, when you try to go public and extract top value out of the IPO, you have to focus on other investors who might want to take part in the stake sale. Meaning you have to focus on maximising value for all parties and therein lies the first problem.
Every year, LIC generates a profit and does a little redistribution exercise. It ploughs back roughly 95% of the surplus back to policyholders and the remaining 5% to the government. This is great for LIC customers. They get the expected payout from their insurance plan and a lion’s share of the company’s profit pool. However private investors won’t be enthused with this scheme all that much. Imagine owning a part of LIC and being entitled to only 5% of the total surplus. That doesn’t bode well for you. So you need to switch it up.
Perhaps you could take a cue from private insurance companies. Those people have devised a neat little strategy to entice both policyholders and shareholders. Here's how this works. Insurance companies usually have two kinds of policies.
- Participating policies — Where customers are entitled to a part of company profits in addition to other policy benefits.
- Non-participating policies — Where customers get a fixed payout irrespective of the company's performance.
So in effect, they get to operate two funds. A PAR-fund, where they transfer a bulk of the profits to policyholders. And a non-PAR fund, where the entire surplus is transferred to shareholders. This way shareholders get to make more money. But LIC just has one common fund and 95% of the profits from the fund are redirected back to eligible policyholders as dividends, bonus etc. Shareholders get a pittance. So if LIC wants to get investors excited, they have to borrow some of these ideas from private companies.
However, you can’t push it too far.
Right now, LIC can offer a higher bonus on its policies because it has a structure that prioritizes the interests of policyholders above all else. If this structure is inverted, maybe LIC policies won’t be as attractive anymore. And if business prospects take a hit, shareholders won’t make a lot of money either way. So there’s a tradeoff here and you have to be very careful while you rejig the structure.
But you can’t do all of this unless you amend certain provisions of the LIC Act, 1956. Meaning the IPO is unlikely to get the green signal before parliament can come through.
But will this fundamentally alter the valuation LIC will be able to command in the market?
We can’t say for sure. Right now most insurance companies are valued based on this esoteric metric called the “Embedded value”. It takes into account all future profits you could make from the millions of active policies you’ve disbursed so far and it’s supposed to be a representation of the existing value that it adds to shareholders. But any amendments to the structure of LIC won’t change the outlook of future profits from policies you've disbursed already. The shareholders will only be entitled to the 5% surplus they were originally promised. It’s quite possible that future policies will focus on maximising shareholder value after the new amendments kick in. But right now, the company's embedded value won’t exactly blow your mind.
And the final problem — The government itself.
Even after the 10% disinvestment, the government will still own 90% of the company. So technically, LIC will continue to be a government-owned entity. Meaning it might continue to champion the cause of the people — in the name of national interest of course. Maybe LIC will continue to bail out companies. Maybe it will continue making investments that aren’t necessarily prudent. Maybe the government will still wield considerable influence and prioritize its own interest, which by the way doesn’t always align with the interests of other shareholders. So despite being the biggest, baddest insurance company in India, the company still has a few problems.
But you know what? It’s still LIC. It’ll probably be a blockbuster issue anyway.
Bangalore carona update.
Yatindrapanda-Shantala Nagar turned out to be the worst-affected ward in Bengaluru, with 62 cases reported in the last 24 hours. As Bengaluru came close to the 1,000-mark (994 cases) in a single day -- the biggest single-day rise so far -- the total positive cases in the city now stand at 7,713, with 6,297 active ones.
With rapid surge in cases, Bengaluru has now overtaken Kolkata in terms of positive cases. Meanwhile, Karnataka reported 1,694 fresh cases thereby pushing the total positive cases to the 20,000-mark (19,710 cases on Friday), while active cases have touched 10,608. Deaths have reached a new high, with 21 people succumbing to Covid-19, thereby taking the total state death toll to 291.
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Five dead, two missing as boat capsizes in Lagos
Five persons were confirmed dead in the early hours of Saturday, while two passengers were declared missing after a commercial boat enroute Ikorodu area of Lagos capsized.
This was contained in a release by the Lagos State Waterways Authority (LASWA), signed by the General Manager.
The official, Oluwadamilola Emmanuel, told newsmen that five persons have been confirmed dead and 14 passengers were rescued.
The official said two passengers are still missing and efforts are ongoing to recover their bodies as at 2:20 p.m. on Saturday.
The 20-passenger capacity boat, identified as Lalek Marine, was traveling from Ebutte-Ero to Ikorodu but capsized at Owode Ibeshe.
“The owner of the boat is under investigation by marine police, he left the Jetty at a late hour,” Emmanuel said.
“A 20 capacity passenger boat with the name LALEK MARINE is suspected to have left Ebute Ero jetty around 8 p.m. (After approved sailing time which is 6 p.m.), and didn’t arrive st it’s destination which was Ikorodu Terminal. The boat was said to have capsized at Owode Ibeshe, not too far away from Ikorodu,” the statement noted.
Emmanuel said a search operation is ongoing by a LASWA team, local boat operators, the Marine Police and the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA).
Court jails three oil thieves in Lagos
A Federal High Court sitting in Ikoyi, Lagos State, has convicted and sentenced three men Edward Alade, Emmanuel Amqawei and Kennedy Segbenu to one year imprisonment each for illegally dealing in petroleum products.
The defendants were arraigned before the court on 3 July 2020 by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), on three-count charges bordering of illegally dealing in petroleum products.
The counts read: “MT MABOG, Edward Francis Alade, Amqawei Emmanuel, Kennedy Segbenu, Rapheal Odusanya (At Large), Ajuluwatan Abner (At Large), Okoro George Atang (At Large), Kalu Umeh Ikeng (At Large), and Okorodudu Lucky (At Large) on the 22nd January, 2020, within the jurisdiction of this honourable court, conspired amongst yourselves to commit an offence to wit: dealing in 330 metric tonnes of petroleum products without appropriate license and you thereby committed an offence contrary to Section 3(6) of the Miscellaneous Offences Act, CAP M17, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004 and punishable under Section 1(17) of the same Act.”
“MT MABOG, Edward Francis Alade, Amqawei Emmanuel, Kennedy Segbenu, Raphael Odusanya (At Large), Ajuluwatan Abner (At Large), Okoro George Atang (At Large), Kalu Umeh Ikenga (At Large) and Okorodudu Lucky (At Large), on the 22nd January, 2020, within the jurisdiction of this honourable court, without appropriate license attempted to export 330 metric tonnes of petroleum products and you thereby committed an offence contrary to and punishable under Section 1(17) of the Miscellaneous Offences Act CAP M17, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004.”
The defendants pleaded “guilty” to all the charges, with Amqawei, captain of the ship, taking the guilty plea for the MT MABOG vessel complicit in the crime.
In view of their pleas, EFCC prosecutor, Kamil Bashir, called the prosecution witness, Remedy Yange, an operative of the Commission, to review the facts of the case.
Led in evidence by Bashir, the witness told the court that the Nigerian Navy, NNS Beecroft Apapa, petitioned the EFCC alleging that the defendants were illegally dealing in petroleum products.
The defendants were arrested on January 22, 2020 and handed over to the Commission for investigation and possible prosecution.
“Preliminary investigation was carried out by contacting NIMASA, and Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR), Yange told the court that the reply from the DPR indicated that “the vessel doesn’t have license to deal in petroleum products or have naval clearance.”
The petition, defendants’ statements, hand-over note of the Navy to the EFCC and the report of the DPR were tendered in evidence and admitted by the court as Exhibits 1-4.
Based on the evidence before the court, the trial judge Justice Rilwan Aikawa found them guilty of all the counts.
The counsel for the defendants, pleaded with the court to temper justice with mercy, noting that his clients were first-time offenders.
He also prayed the court to fine the vessel, MT MABOG, instead of ordering its forfeiture.
However, the prosecutor, opposed the prayers of the defence counsel, saying, “It is standard practice that vessels involved in such crime should be forfeited to the Federal Government along with its contents.”
In his judgment, Justice Aikawa sentenced the defendants to one year imprisonment each on all counts. Their sentences will run concurrently from the date of their arrest.
The Judge further ordered the forfeiture of the MT MABOG vessel to the Federal Government along with the cargo onboard and any other property found in the vessel.
Private lesson tutor rapes 6-year old pupil in Rivers
The Nigeria Police Force (NPF) has vowed to prosecute, Hope Chidiebere, the suspected rapist of a 6-year old girl in Finima Community in Bonny Local Government Area of Rivers State, Hope Chidiebere.
The Divisional Police Officer in charge of Finima Division, Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP) Bashir Kontagora assured that there will be justice for the violated Child rape victim.
According to him, the suspected rapist has been handed over to the Gender Department at the State Criminal and Investigation Department of the Rivers State Police Command where further investigation will be conducted and the suspect subsequently arraigned before a court of law.
The suspect, Chidiebere who was engaged as a private lesson Tutor for the victim is said to capitalized on her innocence to have raped the little girl in both her private part and her anus and in the process caused her grievous injury.
Since the incident came into the public domain not a few concerned individuals raised their voices to condemn the act called for Justice.
They had equally rallied round the parents to get the girl to the General Hospital, Bonny, where she was examined and it was confirmed that she was mercilessly raped and violated.
The suspect was claimed to have also raped a 4 year old girl and another 8 year old girl at different times earlier in the year but concealed by the parents of minors to avoid stigmatization.
The Police Divisional Police Officer, Bashir Kotangora, assured all interested parties in the case that the right thing will be done and justice will be served in the case, saying that alleged crime was a heinous one that was alien to the ideals of humanity.
Hope Chidiebere, a native of Abia State who is resident in Bonny, was said to be a home Lesson Tutor. On his Facebook profile, he claims to be the Secretary of the Scripture Union Nigeria, Port Harcourt Region. He attended Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike and Government College, Umuahia, Abia State, Nigeria.
Meanwhile, the Scripture Union of Nigeria (SU) has denied any knowledge of the suspected rapist of being a member.
But in a swift reaction, the zonal Representative of the SU in Bonny LGA, Vivian Brown, dismissed such claims as unfounded, saying that he does not know him and has never met him in any SU activity in the area.
Zonal Representative, Scripture Union, Bonny LGA, Vivian Brown, said “I have never met him, I don’t know him and he has never attended any of our events. If he says he is the Secretary of the SU in Port Harcourt, then he is lying because that is not correct. He is not our member and has no affiliation with the SU.”
Chidiebere was said to have allegedly raped a minor aged 6 years old in Finima after he took her away from her home inside the community to the back of the Finima Bakery, which was a distance of about two kilometers away from the community, and viciously defiled her.
Reports say he alleged raped her in her private part and in her anus thus causing her severe and grievous injury.
The suspected rapist tore the lining between the child’s vagina and anus, adding that when she was found, blood and faeces were dripping from her body.
She was immediately rushed to the General Hospital, Bonny where doctors examined her and ascertained that she was actually raped and treatment was administered to her.
The source further disclosed that the little girl was responding well to treatment as at the time of this report.
The Public Relations Officer of the Asawo (Youths) of Buoye Omuso (Brown), Major House of Finima in Bonny Local Government Area, Idatonye Lambert, confirmed that the suspect had earlier in April this year also raped two minors aged 4 and 8.
According to him, the community decided then to banish him from their midst but for the lockdown imposed on interstate travels, his family could not take him out.
He stated that when this recent incident happened the youths of the community were rallied to find and apprehend him and handed him to the Police for prosecution.
The International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA) and the Legal Aid Council of Nigeria had already stepped in the case and have vowed to ensure that justice was served on the case.
So far, there has been a public outcry on the incident with some residents of the area calling for the maximum punishment of death sentence on the suspect.