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and six heart transplants, talks are underway to formulate the guidelines. on April 12, Additional Commissioner of Police Quaiser Khalid said the auto driver was fined for carrying more than three passengers in the vehicle. (Source: Express Photo) Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday congratulated sports achievers for their passion and paid tribute to Major Dhyan Chand, Every year on this day, adopted the Gregorian calendar in place of the Islamic one, an interest that informs his books on film. By: Express News Service | Surat | Published: April 19 2017 3:02 am Sarpanch of Andada village Satish Vasawa Top News ANDADA VILLAGE in Bharuch district observed a bandh on Tuesday in protest against the police’s inability to find the village’s newly-elected sarpanch who has been missing since April 12 The villagers walked seven kilometres from Andada to Ankleshwar to submit a memorandum to sub-divisional magistrate and claimed that they were not satisfied with the police investigations Barring schools and medical services that were functional all shops and other business establishments remained closed According to sources Satish Vasawa sarpanch of Andada village in Ankleshwar taluka left his residence with his friend Narendra Wala on the evening of April 12 Satish told his wife Usha that he was heading to a temple at nearby Panoli village in Ankleshwar and would return soon On not returning till 9 pm Usha got worried and tried calling on her husband’s mobile phone and found it to be switched off Soon she called up neighbours and her family members and informed them about her husband Later Usha along with her family members went to Narendra’s house to inquire about Satish According to Narendra Satish had left him at Chautabazaar area in the village as he had some other work As the news spread the villagers gathered outside the residence of Satish and made different teams to look out for him but failed Subsequently Satish’s family contacted the Ankleshwar police and lodged a missing report Much to the shock of villagers the next day Narendra also went missing Police on visiting Narendra’s house found that he had also gone missing Talking to the Indian Express Satish’s elder brother Deep Vasawa said “My brother had no conflicts with anyone in the village For the first time he contested in the election for Sarpanch’s post in December 2016 and emerged victorious defeating the rival candidate with a margin of 1500 votes The population of our village is 10000 We have no connections with the BJP or the Congress he contested independently We are worried about him” After the family members showed their dissatisfaction over the police probe the villagers carried out a meeting and decided to call a bandh in the village on Tuesday Ankleshwar town Police inspector C R Rana said “We are probing two missing cases one of Satish and second of his friend Narendra We are putting in all our efforts to locate them We have sent photographs of Satish and Narendra to police stations in neighbouring district of Bharuch” For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsIn her application Manju has alleged that Anand Kumar along with others posed as the directors of two companies — Elexir Builcon Pvt Ltd and Impel Infrastructure Pvt Ltd — and did not deliver her a flat for which she paid Rs 137 lakh as a booking amountBy: Reuters | Seoul | Updated: November 7 2016 10:25 am Samsung did not comment on what types of services would be offered through the AI assistant that will be launched on the Galaxy S8 Top News Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said it would launch an artificial intelligence digital assistant service for its upcoming Galaxy S8 smartphone seeking to rebound from the Galaxy Note 7’s collapse and differentiate its devices The world’s top smartphone maker in October announced the acquisition of Viv Labs Inc a firm run by a co-creator of Apple Inc’s Siri voice assistant programme Samsung plans to integrate the San Jose-based company’s AI platform called Viv into the Galaxy smartphones and expand voice-assistant services to home appliances and wearable technology devices Samsung is counting on the Galaxy S8 to help revive smartphone momentum after the discontinuation of fire-prone Galaxy Note 7s which will hit its profit by $54 billion over three quarters through the first quarter of 2017 Investors and analysts say the Galaxy S8 must be a strong device in order for Samsung to win back customers and revive earnings momentum Samsung did not comment on what types of services would be offered through the AI assistant that will be launched on the Galaxy S8 which is expected to go on sale early next year It said the AI assistant would allow customers to use third-party service seamlessly “Developers can attach and upload services to our agent” said Samsung Executive Vice President Rhee In-jong during a briefing referring to its AI assistant “Even if Samsung doesn’t do anything on its own the more services that get attached the smarter this agent will get learn more new services and provide them to end-users with ease” Read:Samsung Galaxy S8’s edge-to-edge display to have 90% screen-to-body ratio: Report Technology firms are locked in an increasingly heated race to make AI good enough to let consumers interact with their devices more naturally especially via voice Alphabet Inc’s Google is widely considered to be the leader in AI but others including Amazoncom Apple and Microsoft Corp have launched their own offerings including voice-powered digital assistants For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Boston | Updated: January 13 2017 5:19 pm The devices were able to detect common colds and in one case helped detect Lyme disease ( Source: Apple) Related News Your smart watch may not only measure your steps and physiological parameters but also help detect your risk for diseases such as cold and diabetes early a new Stanford study has found By following 60 people through their everyday lives researchers at Stanford University in the US found that smart watches and other personal biosensor devices can help flag when people have colds and even signal the onset of complex conditions like Lyme disease and diabetes “We want to tell when people are healthy and also catch illnesses at their earliest stages” said Michael Snyder Professor at Stanford and senior author of the study Smart watches and similar portable devices are commonly used for measuring steps and physiological parameters but have not generally been used to detect illness Snyder’s team took advantage of the portability and ease of using wearable devices to collect a myriad of measurements from participants for up to two years to detect deviations from their normal baseline for measurements such as heart rate and skin temperature Because the devices continuously follow these measures they potentially provide rapid means to detect the onset of diseases that change your physiology Many of these deviations coincided with times when people became ill Heart rate and skin temperature tends to rise when people become ill said Snyder Also Read: Xiaomi unveils Amazbit smartwatch with fitness tracking His team developed a software programme for data from a smart watch called ‘Change of Heart’ to detect these deviations and sense when people are becoming sick The devices were able to detect common colds and in one case helped detect Lyme disease – in Snyder who participated in the study “I had elevated heart rate and decreased oxygen at the start of my vacation and knew something was not quite right” said Snyder After running a low-grade fever for several days Snyder visited a physician who confirmed the illness Subsequent tests confirmed the presence of Lyme The smart watch and an oxygen sensor were useful in detecting the earliest signs of illness The study paves the way for the smart phone to serve as a health dashboard monitoring health and sensing early signs of illness likely even before the person wearing it does Read More:Now smartwatch that recognises gestures objects Individuals with indications of insulin resistance and who are therefore are at high risk for Type 2 diabetes are often unaware that they have this risk factor researchers said Personal biosensors could potentially be developed into a simple test for those at risk for Type 2 diabetes by detecting variations in heart rate patterns which tend to differ from those not at risk they said The researchers found that blood oxygenation decreases during airplane flights Although this is a known effect they were able to characterise it in greater detail than has been previously reported The study was published in the journal PLOS Biology For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related News Shagun too comes and looks at Mani beseechingly. 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