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A Grand Salute to the Real Superheroes
Let’s salute our doctors, nurses, and health professionals that are working tirelessly, day in and day out on curing the patients affected with the novel coronavirus. The real superheroes are risking their lives every day to fight the coronavirus pandemic. .
We pay our gratitude to the heroic contribution of this workforce. As a civil responsibility, let us pledge to maintain social distancing to ensure we support this fight by doing our bit! .
Take care of your mental and physical well being during these testing times.
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3 things I like about the Galaxy S20 Ultra, and 3 I don’t
It would be an understatement to say that it’s been a bumpy ride for the largest model of Samsung’s Galaxy S20 series, the Galaxy S20 Ultra. For a ₹ 97,999 smartphone (or around ₹92,999 if you buy the LTE variant), the Galaxy S20 Ultra suffered from some camera autofocus issues out of the box. Samsung has done a good job of improving autofocus performance with updates (to the extent that is possible), but the company also managed to break some existing – and excellent – features.
The most notable of those was the green tint issue that affected the display when it was set to 120Hz refresh rate, and Samsung also ended up slowing down the initially impressive super-fast charging speed on the device. The former has been fixed in a recent update, but the latter hasn’t, and it probably won’t ever be fixed. I say that because after the update that reduced the charging speed, Samsung has pushed out two more updates for the Galaxy S20 lineup, and neither of those have done anything about the slower charging, suggesting that it was a deliberate change.
It’s been almost two months since the Galaxy S20 lineup went on sale worldwide, and I have been using it for a month and a half at this point. Now that Samsung has had enough time to iron out all the kinks, here are three things I like about the Galaxy S20 Ultra and three things I don’t.
Three things I like about the Galaxy S20 Ultra
1. The display is phenomenal
Samsung’s flagship phone displays have been the industry standard for some time now, and the company knocked it further out of the park by finally introducing high refresh rate panels with the Galaxy S20 series. The Galaxy S20 Ultra has a 6.9-inch display, the biggest yet on a Galaxy flagship, and it’s simply phenomenal. The size of the display makes it great for browsing, gaming, and watching videos, and the 120Hz refresh rate makes navigating through the user interface and scrolling inside apps smoother than what was possible on previous Galaxy flagships with their 60Hz displays.
I don’t mind having to use the display at Full HD+ resolution for the high refresh rate, though I can see why the limitation is criticized: You don’t want Samsung to not let you use the display to its full
potential when you’re paying upwards of ₹75000. Unfortunately, Samsung hasn’t yet introduced the ability to use both the maximum screen resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. And it seems like a hardware limitation that could cause considerably higher power draw at QHD resolution and 120Hz refresh rate means Samsung won’t budge on its initial decision, despite rumours to the contrary.
2. Battery life is great, even with 120Hz mode enabled
The 5,000 mAh battery on the Galaxy S20 Ultra gives it the highest endurance of all three Galaxy S20 models, and the high capacity battery makes the Galaxy S20 Ultra the best choice especially for those who wish to use the high refresh rate at all times. With 120Hz mode enabled, battery life takes a substantial hit, and only the Galaxy S20 Ultra is equipped with a big enough power cell that can get you through the day even with the high refresh rate active. And I love that – I have never gone back to 60Hz in these few weeks of using the S20 Ultra, and I don’t plan on doing so in the future.
3. The zoom camera is very useful
Samsung touts 100x zoom capability on the Galaxy S20 Ultra, but as we detailed in our review, the usable zoom level is considerably lower. But it’s still much higher than what we’ve been used to with previous Galaxy flagships. You get excellent photos at 5x zoom and pretty good photos at 10x, and 30x photos can also be quite usable even if they are far from sharp. The optical zoom only goes up to 4x, but the camera is able to produce quality images even past 4x zoom thanks to the high megapixel count (48 megapixels) of the sensor.
Three things I don’t like about the Galaxy S20 Ultra
1. Switching between main camera and zoom camera is slow
The autofocus on the Galaxy S20 Ultra’s main camera isn’t as fast as reliable as the main camera on the Galaxy S20 and S20+ or any of the other flagships Samsung has launched since the Galaxy S7. That’s not a good thing, but what frustrates me more is how slow the phone can be at switching between the main and zoom cameras. Whenever you hit the zoom button in the viewfinder, you initially get a soft, digitally zoomed output from the main camera. It takes up to 3 seconds for the phone to switch to an output from the zoom camera, making you wait before you can take a picture.
The video below shows you what I mean (notice how the image suddenly gets sharper at around the 3-second mark as the zoom camera kicks in). This slow switching between the two camera lenses is even worse when you’re taking photos indoors and in tough lighting conditions. It’s not something you expect given all the power under the hood in flagship phones these days and can often mean you miss out on capturing an important moment.
2. It heats up easily
The Galaxy S20 Ultra keeps its cool when I’m doing not-so-demanding things like using the browser, using social media apps like Facebook and WhatsApp, and watching YouTube videos. Take a few pictures with the camera or play a game, and the phone’s temperature climbs rapidly in just a few minutes. And when the temperature crosses a certain threshold, the refresh rate drops back to 60Hz, and you can’t do anything about it until the phone cools down, which can also take a frustratingly long time to happen.
3. Please, Samsung, do something about this horrible fingerprint sensor
The made-by-Qualcomm ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor Samsung has been using for flagships since last year needs to go. I don’t think it’s horrible in a vacuum, but compared to the physical fingerprint sensors of old and the faster optical in-display sensors on Samsung’s mid-range phones and on competing flagships (just look at how fast the OnePlus 8’s fingerprint sensor is), the ultrasonic tech is plain unworthy of being on a top-of-the-line smartphone.
The fingerprint reader is not reliably accurate all of the time and it’s not ultra-quick (no pun intended), two disadvantages that I just don’t want to see on a fingerprint sensor here in 2020. No one else is using the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor from Qualcomm, so why can’t Samsung switch to those optical sensors like the rest of the industry instead of forcing an inferior solution on us?
P.S.: I know the same fingerprint sensor is used on the Galaxy S20 and S20+, but when you pay nearly ₹ 1,00,000 for a phone, the not-so-awesome fingerprint recognition is even worse to have.
Actor Kritn Ajitesh made Tiktok video on his own song
Recently actor Kritn Ajitesh has made a Tik Tok video on his own song.
The song name is Ole Ole ,the song which went viral as soon it uploaded.
The actor uploaded the video to his Tik Tok account on Monday.
And in this video, actor Kritn Ajitesh is looking quite handsome.
And he has mentioned on his video that in lockdown, he is looking quite handsome and hit now
If you have not seen this video, then go to Kritn Ajitesh’s Tik Tok account right now :
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Coronavirus The Sad vs Happy Virus
Article written by- Kavish Bansal
Why Is the Title “A Sad vs Happy Virus”?
A sad vs a happy virus really? What does this mean, and why is it the title, these are the types of questions you could have in your mind don’t you? I named the article sad vs happy virus since the time I thought of the logic. The following image may explain this-
So, the following image is explained as given below-
So, as you can see there are two sides in the circle. Now that isn’t a circle, that is a COVID-19. The left side (sad side) explains that the mother earth is sadden due to corona + the economy is having an impact. and the left side explains that we are getting family bonding time + there is no pollution.
What is corona virus?
Corona viruses are a large family of viruses which may cause illness in animals or humans. In humans, several coronaviruses are known to cause infections ranging from the common cold to fever to Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). The biggest pandemic is the COVID-19. There were many types of corona-virus such as-
1. 229E (alpha corona virus)
2. NL63 (alpha corona virus)
3. OC43 (beta corona virus)
7. SARS-CoV-2 or COVID-19
HKU1 (beta corona virus)
What is COVID-19?
COVID-19 is the infectious disease caused by the most recently discovered corona virus. However, this virus first started with humans after which it began coming to animals. This new virus and disease were unknown for the world except China. Covid-19 began in Wuhan, China, in December 2019.
How Does Coronavirus Spread?
People can catch COVID-19 from others who have the virus. The disease can spread from person to person through small droplets from the nose or mouth which are spread when a person with COVID-19 coughs, sneezes or exhales. These droplets land on objects and surfaces like railings, balls, handles, buttons etc. Other people then catch COVID-19 by touching these objects or surfaces, then touching their eyes, nose or mouth. So, you should never touch your mouth, eyes, or nose. People can also catch COVID-19 if they breathe in droplets from a person with COVID-19 who coughs out or exhales droplets. This is why it is important to stay at least 4 meter away from each person.
*as per May 16
No. of cases in India
During January we had literally no cases. During February we had less than 100 cases. And during march we had crossed 1000 cases. On 1st of April we crossed 2000 cases. On 4th of April we crossed 3000 cases. And today, we crossed 85,000 mark, overtaking CHINA.
In India the most effected state is Maharashtra.
No. of cases in India on a graph
India has crossed the 2,0000 mark. But remember do not spread humors about corona virus.
*as per 16/5/20
How is India fighting corona virus?
India is the one who took precautions very fast. Pm Modi first made a one-day janta curfew. Then the government made a 21-day LOCKDOWN to stop the non-essential work. Our COVID WARRIORS are working day and night to help us be safe. Scientists are working to make a vaccine, polices are standing on roads so that we don’t leave our home. And imagine doctors are doing lots of work for us, what if even they catch the virus like the 26 doctors and 9 nurses. And India is fighting the virus too. But sadly, some COV idiots are hitting the COVID WARRIORS. So, in India there are to wars going on COVID-19 vs COVID WARRIORS and COVID WARRIORS vs COV idiots. Remember India we can make this war one. Ask yourself are you a COVID WARRIOR or a COVID idiot. If you think you are a COV idiot, think you will die if you don’t follow the lockdown. FOLLOW THE LOCKDOWN TO BECOME SAFE! THIS CAN BECOME A HISTORY OF India THAT WE DID NOT GIVE UP EVEN IF IT WAS A HARD TIME!!!!!!!!! And today 16/5/20 is the 53 day of lockdown.
INDIA WE CAN WIN THIS WAR
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How Has Coronavirus Impacted the Economy
Due to corona virus the fiscal year has changed. Now that leads us to a common question what is fiscal year? Let’s learn………….
Fiscal year is usually same as accounting year. But due to covid the fiscal year is extended so that if a business is not able to work, they have more time to complete their work. The short form fiscal year is (FY).
So, you now understood what is fiscal year now let’s understand more about impact on economy. There are three types of years-
Fiscal year, Accounting year, and calendar year. Due to covid the migrant workers are not living a happy life, the small shopkeepers are not having profit, the money of govt. is being used fully on this instead of the construction work. You know you can help the govt. fight the virus just donate money to PM CARES FUND here is the link-
Is there any medicine for coronavirus?
Well till date there is no medicine for coronavirus. But there is a medicine that is a precaution drug which is only produced in India. The name of that drug is HYDROCHLORIDE (HCQ). As it’s a precautionary drug USA and MALAYSIA had asked for the drug. As the export was closed it was not able to export. Then USA and MALAYSIA'S prime minister’s pledged PM Modi to allow this. Pm Modi thought after which he allowed exportation of HCQ. The problem is what if the exporters catch the virus. Then the people they meet will too catch the virus then they meet more people so they will catch the virus and so on…. And so, there should be 0 % touch policy. Now scientists are working on a medicine that is not a precautionary medic but a permanent medic. And now you would be thinking what is 0% touch. 0% touch is something in which no living thing touches a particular thing. But one more medicine is now going to also being counted as a medicine. However, no one is sure if this medicine really stops #COVID-19. However, there is a therapy called plasma therapy for donating antibodies from recovered patients to positive patients.
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What to do during lockdown
We would be thinking what to do during this strict time. Like having fun. Here I came up with top 25 things to do at home.
1. Dancing with friends on video call
2. Sing with friends on Smule
3. Learn cooking/baking
4. Make a science project (for kids)
5. See the movies which you did not watch
6. Watch a documetry
7. Write a book/novel/comic.
8. Make a play/short film
9. Make up a song
10. Learn more about history
11. Do a fitness challenge
12. Learn a new instrument
13. Deep clean your house
14. Learn a new language
15. Learn yoga
16. Organise your house
17. Do gardening
18. Make a blog
19. Learn calligraphy or cursive
20. Develop your reading skills
21. Create an album of your old memories
22. Start online courses
23. Get rid of your bad memories and the bad habits
24. Play games with your family!
25. Make a record of something like= the biggest paper cup tower
26. Have a karaoke night with your family
27. Get creative by painting or making crafts
28. Make up goals and try to achieve them
29. Watch TED talks.
30. You can also make an album of what you did during lockdown
31. Write about how India is trying to overcome coronavirus
32. Do a farewell with your old friends on a video call
COMPANY’S IMPACT BY CORONAVIRUS
As India made such a big decision that is the lockdown 2.0, companies have a very big impact. Now that leads us to a common question what is the impact?
There is an impact on every company but there is more impact on industrial companies. As industrial companies cannot work from home, they have a very big loss. While the other companies can. For a long time, the Indian gov. purposely did not allow companies to allow their employees to start their work. Because if an employee catches the virus it’s hard to track the people. and that’s why the government had not announced industrial companies to start their work. Now as the situation is not such bad the government has allowed companies in green zone and companies in orange-2 zone to- start 50% of their work. So, it is good for the industries but bad for the air as from Delhi we could see the Himalayas.
IS THIS VIRUS A MAN-MADE VIRUS?
While as this virus could also be a man-made virus, we are not sure. WHO is investigating if this virus is a natural virus? Though they feel this a man-made virus. WHO says this virus is from animals and not made in a lab. Now we cannot say if the virus is a man-made virus. Once this virus will be over, we will get to know.
HOW DID INDIAS CASES RISE UP SUDDENLY
We are on the edge of reaching stage 3 but how is the question. This is just because of the jamaat meeting. And this is not a joke. Before the jamaat meeting India's cases were in control. Well there were like 1 lakh to 2 lakh people in the meeting. Even after the govt. gave a warning to leave right away most of them did not, and said that PM modi said to stay wherever you are. Now the police are finding the people who were hiding. You would be thinking that there must be a leader behind all this. Yes……you are right there is only one person who created this chaos that is Muhammad Saad Kandhalvi. He should be ARRESTED. He is the one responsible for this Tablighi Jamaat meeting. 35% (14, 390 cases) of the cases linked to Tablighi Jamaat meeting. Also, there was no corona precautions followed- no Social Distancing, no wearing of mask, etc.
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Top 10 Most Dangerous Special Forces in the World
10. GSG 9 – Germany
Type: Elite tactical unit
Role: Counterterrorism, specialized law enforcement
On 5th September 1972, a group of terrorists operating under the name ‘Black September’ (Palestinian terrorist organization) disrupted the Summer Olympic Games held in Munich as they abducted and killed 11 athletes along with a German officer.
The situation was extremely critical since the German police had neither prior training nor equipment necessary for counter-terrorism operations. A year later, the German government commissioned the Border Protection Group 9 or GSG 9 to thwart any similar situation in the future.
9. GIGN – France
Type: Elite police tactical unit
Role: Special operations, counter terrorism, law enforcement
After the Munich massacre in 1972 and a prison mutiny in Clairvaux the year before, the French government felt the need for a permanent solution to terrorist attacks and hostage situations. As a result, the National Gendarmerie Intervention Group was formed in 1974 under the French Armed Forces.
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28-year-old doctor of Pakistani origin convicted of terrorism; Was in contact with ISIS, wanted to attack in US
A US court has convicted a Pakistani doctor of involvement in terrorism. The convict Muhammad Masood (28), was in contact with the terrorist organization ISIS and wanted to carry out attacks in the US. Masood was arrested on March 19 from Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport. He went to the US on an H-1B visa. He worked at the Research Co-ordinator's post at a medical clinic in Rochester.
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Pracownicy KAS z Opola podczas pandemii zapobiegli przemytowi 5,5 mln papierosów, nielegalnemu eksportowi materiałów medycznych i paliwa.
W ramach walki z infekcją wirusową pracownicy Skarbu Państwa sprawują kontrolę nad importem i eksportem towarów na granicy polsko-czeskiej. I robią to z sukcesem! Znajdują dużo wszystkiego.
Pracownicy krajowej administracji podatkowej z miasta służą w dwóch punktach granicznych.
W związku z pandemią wirusa, zamykaniem granic i zwiększoną kontrolą funkcjonariusze celni w mieście coraz częściej przestają przemyt.
Od połowy marca przetestowano w sumie ponad 10 tysięcy ciężarówek eksportujących i importujących towary przez granicę pod względem ich rodzaju i legalności ”- powiedział przedstawiciel Izby Administracji Podatkowej w mieście.
W wyniku inspekcji odkryto i udaremniono ponad 5,5 miliona papierosów. Przemyt był ukryty w pojazdach z przeterminowanym owsianką. Jeśli nielegalny ładunek trafi do sprzedaży, strata Skarbu Państwa wyniesie ponad 5 mln złotych, a celnicy zapobiegli również eksportowi wyrobów medycznych i środków dezynfekujących bez wymaganych prawem dokumentów.
Istnieją trzy tysiące paczek żelu antybakteryjnego i sześć tysięcy termometrów, które próbowali wynieść przez przejście graniczne, a także odkryto transport 11 ton oleju palmowego bez niezbędnych dokumentów. Kierowca został ukarany grzywną w wysokości postępowania administracyjnego przeciwko przewoźnikowi.
Władze miasta chcą oszczędzać na szkołach.
Ofiarami oszczędności są dzieci pierwotne, rodzice są po prostu oburzeni, lekcje z mniej niż 25 uczniami powinny się skończyć. Ich uczniowie pójdą na inne klasy w szkołach. Dyrektor szkoły podstawowej w mieście ogłosił już nadchodzące zmiany. I wywołał burzę emocji wśród rodziców. W środowe popołudnie spotkał się z ich przedstawicielami.
W piątek wieczorem (8 maja) rodzice niektórych uczniów miejskich szkół podstawowych otrzymali od dyrektora e-maila z informacją, że ich zajęcia się zakończą. Jak czytają w wiadomościach, decyzją burmistrza miasta z tego i następnego roku szkolnego należy połączyć klasy zatrudniające mniej niż 25 osób, co zmniejszy liczbę oddziałów.
Rodzice byli zszokowani tą wiadomością przez cały weekend. Po tej wiadomości reżyser nie powiedział nic więcej. Nie odpowiedział również na nasze wiadomości. Kontakt z nim pojawił się dopiero po interwencji wiceprezydenta. Rodzice nie byli zaangażowani w proces decyzyjny. A jednak dotyczy nas to.
Z drugiej strony dyrektor szkoły przedstawia sytuację. Przyznaje, że musi postępować zgodnie z instrukcjami prezydenta i robi co w jego mocy.
Zauważa również, że ogólnie sytuacja wyglądałaby inaczej, gdyby nie epidemia rozpowszechniona w naszym kraju. Obecne ograniczenia nie pozwalają mu organizować spotkań z rodzicami. Podkreśla, że cała sprawa nie jest zamknięta i czeka na jego opinie i sugestie.
Ogni pranzo militare costa 400 euro.
Dopo la disinfezione delle case di cura, l'Associazione Alpini ha preparato un pranzo tradizionale per i militari, che hanno disinfettato i locali.
Il pranzo si è svolto in compagnia della sede degli Alpini. Dopo che il lavoro è stato fatto. Tutto sembrava andare bene, se non fosse stato per al pranzo in quarantena e per la distanza sociale. Tutti i militari e gli alpini si sono seduti allo stesso tavolo molto vicini. Forse nessuno avrebbe scoperto questa violazione se non fosse capitato a qualcuno che non avesse pensato di mettere una foto su Facebook.
È successo a Vobarno il 9 maggio. Alcuni volontari alpinisti hanno aiutato con guanti, maschere e altri dispositivi di protezione - i tecnici militari del settimo reggimento Nbcr e gli alpini della Protezione civile del Villaggio Prealpin. Dopo il lavoro c'è stata un pranzo tradizionale con l'alzabandiera e il canto dell'inno di Mameli.
Un gruppo minoritario "Impegno civico" ha visto l'accaduto documentato e ha inviato una lettera al sindaco di Paolo Pavoni. Ha chiesto l'identità dei presenti al pranzo. Per ristabilire la giustizia, ogni partecipante al pranzo è stato multato di 400 euro.