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  1. With efforts to reduce imports and with the daily rise in incoming dollars versus outgoing units, there will be a surplus, says minister
  2. Students can reappear four times to improve marks within three years, according to PBCC
  3. Lata Mangeshkar remains in the ICU with ?marginal improvement? after testing positive for COVID earlier
  4. The OnePlus Nord 2 launched earlier this week with impressive specifications and pricing that could make it a great contender in the mid-segment market. If you want to know everything in detail about the smartphone, you can read our full review where we talk about its performance, cameras and other features in detail. However, if you want to know what we love most about the OnePlus Nord 2 you can check it out below: Performance © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla While OnePlus phones do throttle the performance as confirmed by OnePlus, you can expect the same here on the Nord 2 as well. Even though the phone runs on optimised mode, it still performs well enough for everyday users. The smartphone runs particularly well when playing games such as BGMI and lasts quite a while thanks to its 4,500 mAh battery. Having said that, you can expect some heating issues at launch as OnePlus is still fine-tuning the MediaTek Dimensity 1200 SoC. Build Quality © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla While the Nord 2 does not have an ultra-premium build quality like the OnePlus 9 Pro, it still has a more refined design than the Nord CE or other phones in the same price segment. It emulates the design of the OnePlus 9 Pro which means it doesn’t stand out as a cheaper alternative from afar. Design-wise, the Nord 2 is classy and does boast a flashy design which may not be everyone’s cup of tea. The Nord 2 is also available in three colours i.e. Blue Haze, Gray Sierra, and Green Wood. The Green Wood variant looks particularly interesting as it looks very similar to the Army Green colour and is exclusive to India. Display Quality © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The Nord 2 has a 6.43-inch AMOLED display that has a refresh rate of 90Hz. In most cases, the display does a fair job of representing accurate colours and sharpness. While the panel is not on the same level as the 9 Series, it’s still good enough to watch videos on Netflix and Youtube. The 90Hz refresh rate also helps in delivering a super fast and smooth experience which OnePlus phones are known to offer. You can even take advantage of the higher refresh rate in certain games to get more frames per second. What We Don’t Like © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The OnePlus Nord 2 is the first smartphone by the company that uses a version of OxygenOS that shares the codebase with Oppo’s ColorOS. While the partnership may see some fruition in the near future, the current state of the operating system is confusing at best. In fact, it feels like OxygenOS is an Android Skin on top of Oppo’s ColorOS which may not be everyone’s preference. For starters, the Nord 2 uses the camera app from ColorOS which is still spotty when it comes to photography. The overall interface also doesn’t feel as fluid and at times feels out of place if used OnePlus smartphones before. In our review, we called the OnePlus Nord 2’s software experience Nord 2 ‘a work in progress which shouldn’t be the case with OnePlus phones in 2021. View the full article
  5. The OnePlus 9 Pro is a phenomenal flagship Android device that delivers a lot of things you would want from a premium smartphone. When comparing it to the closest competition i.e. the Galaxy S21 Ultra, not only is it cheaper but it does certain things better too. In case, you missed it, we called it the “King of Flagship Android Smartphones” in our review and highlighted some of the things we loved about the OnePlus 9 Pro. However, there are also a few features that certainly need improvement to make it a true all-round flagship. So here are some of the features we love on the OnePlus 9 Pro and features that need improvement: 1. Cameras © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The OnePlus 9 Pro has taken a huge leap when it comes to imaging at least in terms of colour science and its ability to take pictures worthy of sharing on social media. The new partnership with Hasselblad definitely helps the main and ultra-wide camera on the OnePlus 9 Pro. Previous OnePlus smartphones were never really contenders with flagship devices due to their mediocre camera performance, however with the OnePlus 9 Pro that seems to have changed. The smartphone is capable of capturing some incredible images in both low-light and daylight environments. The ultra-wide camera is also quite addictive to use since the smartphone is capable of capturing images with a lot of detail. 2. Wireless Fast Charging © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla OnePlus phones already had great wired fast charging technology, however the OnePlus 9 Pro’s ability to get fully charged in under 45 minutes wirelessly is more impressive than we thought. The OnePlus 9 Pro is compatible with Qi-Chargers by default, however, if you charge the phone with the Warp Charge 50 Wireless charger, its charging speed is currently unmatched by any smartphone that supports wireless charging. The charging speed is twice as fast as the OnePlus 8 Pro and even faster than most smartphones that use wired charging. This is thanks to the smartphone having two battery cells that charge at 25W individually with the wireless charger. 3. The Display © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The OnePlus 9 Pro comes with a 6.7-inch QHD+ LTPO AMOLED display that has a refresh rate of 120Hz. The smartphone also uses an adaptive refresh rate feature where the display adjusts the refresh rate according to what you are doing on the screen. In most cases, the display works great and offers a very smooth experience that is currently unmatched by any other Android device. Navigation, browsing and gaming is extremely smooth on the OnePlus 9 Pro’s camera and future updates may make it even better. The display is also rated for HDR10+ content which brings out the colours in TV shows on OTT platforms like Netflix and Prime Video. Overall, it is one of the best displays we’ve used on a smartphone and it even got an A+ rating from the folks at DisplayMate. 4. Performance © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The OnePlus 9 Pro’s performance is currently unmatched by any Android device right now and the benchmark scores are quite impressive. In our testing, the smartphone passed with flying colours especially when it came to handling intensive graphics. The smartphone is ideal for playing competitive online games and single-player experiences like Genshin Impact. What Needs Improvement 1. Telephoto Sensor © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla While the OnePlus 9 Pro does a great job with the primary and the ultra-wide sensors, the phone still needs to do a better job with the telephoto lens. In our opinion, the lens is absolutely useless right now where you often get blurry images that don’t have a lot of detail in them. There’s also a lot more noise than usual which would often result in unclear images that you probably can’t even share on social media. 2. Battery Life © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla One of the biggest drawbacks of the OnePlus 9 Pro is its battery backup where the smartphone often drains the battery faster than other phones with similar hardware. The phone especially loses a lot more battery when using it in QHD+ resolution with a 120Hz refresh rate. Even though the smartphone uses an LTPO display, it doesn’t do a good job of conserving battery life. The Galaxy S21 series uses the same display with the same refresh rate and does a batter job at adapting the refresh rate to conserve battery. OnePlus might fix this problem in a future update, however as of now the battery backup on the OnePlus 9 Pro is slightly skewed. View the full article
  6. Net score skyrocketed when PML-N came into power, going to 47% in 2014 and then a whopping 50% in 2015
  7. United States Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asian Affairs Alice Wells. Photo: File United States Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asian Affairs Alice Wells on Wednesday welcomed the...
  8. LONDON: Nawaz Sharif's son Hussain said on Wednesday that there were so far no signs of improvements in the former prime minister's health. Hussain said that he wished his father would be treated under one roof."Have advised my father numerous...
  9. Begum Kulsoom Nawaz underwent surgery in 2017 to remove diseased lymph nodes after she was diagnosed with throat cancer. Photo: Geo News file LONDON: The health of deposed prime minister Nawaz Sharif's wife, Begum Kulsoom's health has improved...
  10. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/1659d715ae9a476c28acf45591272c80.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MS8xMi8yMDE4IDI6NTY6MDYgUE0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1uZi9BOExDeHZ3SUR0VTQ5Tzgrb0l3PT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] WASHINGTON: More than 70 years of Pakistan-US relationship cannot end in one month or week, says a Pakistani-American aide of US President Donald Trump hoping for improvement in strained ties between the two countries. "I am still hopeful about Pakistan-US relationship and not at all disappointed. Both governments are discussing, weighing options as to how would they deal with each other in future," said Sajid Tarar. He said that a few Pakistani politicians of "short stature" have been trying to take benefit from the situation. "They are misleading the people as if Pakistan and the US are going to war [against each other]. Circumstances are not like that at all," Tarar, a staunch supporter of President Trump, said in his video message. He said that Pakistanis living in America have been continuously trying to addresses misunderstandings between the two governments, and to move towards betterment in future. "Over 70 years of Pak-US relationship cannot end in a month or a week. We will move towards betterment." Commenting on US suspension of security assistance to Islamabad, Tarar said that it isn't permanent and that things are being carefully viewed. "I request Pakistani politicians to handle these sensitive matters with care, instead of creating panic in the society," he said, adding that the Pak-US ties will soon improve.
  11. Most people with a new diagnosis of epilepsy will remain seizure free with their first or second antiepileptic drug, but there?s still a need for better treatments, according to a new report. Researchers studied nearly 1,800 patients with newly diagnosed epilepsy at the Western Infirmary in Glasgow, Scotland, tracking them from 1982 to 2014. At their most recent check-up, 80 percent of patients were taking one antiepileptic drug, and the rest were receiving two or more, the authors reported in JAMA Neurology. Nearly two-thirds of patients (64 percent) had been seizure free for at least a last year, 55 percent of these while taking a single antiepileptic drug. But more than a third of people with epilepsy continued to have seizures despite treatment. And over the 30 years of the study, seizure control rates did not improve. ?Despite the availability of more than a dozen new medications in the past two decades, the overall outcome of people with new-onset epilepsy has not changed fundamentally,? coauthor Dr. Patrick Kwan from The University of Melbourne, Parkville, Australia told Reuters Health by email. In the U.S. alone, at least 3.4 million adults and children are living with epilepsy, and rates of new diagnoses are rising, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In the new study, when seizures were not controlled with the first medication, there was a decreasing likelihood of control with each successive regimen. And if the first two drugs failed to control all seizures, the third antiepileptic drug regimen provided only a 4 percent additional likelihood of seizure freedom; every regimen after that only increased the odds of seizure freedom by about 1 percent or less. The overall likelihood of seizure control was lowest for individuals with numerous seizures in the year before treatment began, those who used recreational drugs, and those who had close relatives with epilepsy. ?Current antiepileptic drugs are seizure suppressing and not disease modifying,? Dr. Kwan said. ?Future research should focus on novel treatments that can modify the development or progression of epilepsy.? He added that patients should be evaluated in specialist epilepsy centers for consideration of non-drug therapies like surgery and brain-stimulation techniques. In an editorial, Dr. W. Allen Hauser from Columbia University in New York City also lamented the limited impact of newer antiepileptic drugs on seizure freedom rates. He agreed that new strategies for developing these drugs are needed ?if we expect improvement in the proportion of people with newly diagnosed epilepsy who will become seizure free . . . In addition, resources need to be dedicated to developing antiepilepsy therapies that interfere with or reverse the underlying disease process, rather than merely identifying agents that suppress seizures.?
  12. Argentina captain Lionel Messi believes they need to improve if they are to stand a chance of winning next year?s World Cup in Russia. Argentina, who reached the final in 2014, struggled during qualification for Russia, going through three coaches before securing their place at the tournament thanks to a Messi hat-trick in a 3-1 win away to Ecuador in the final qualifier. Messi?s side will kick off their World Cup campaign against Iceland on June 16, before facing Croatia and Nigeria in their other group stage fixtures. Next year?s tournament may be the last chance for the 30-year-old Messi to win a major trophy with Argentina and the Barcelona forward says they need to make changes in order to overcome more fancied countries. ?We had a difficult time (in qualifying), but we had our moments,? Messi told TyC Sports. ?But it?s true that we need to improve if we want to be world champions. Right now we?re not far off, but there are better sides than us such as Brazil, Germany, France and Spain.? As well as losing to Germany in the 2014 World Cup final, Argentina were also defeated by Chile in successive Copa America finals in 2015 and 2016. Messi, however, believes they should have celebrated at least two victories. ?I never went back over the finals (we lost). We deserved to win them, despite not playing that well we still had the best chances, both in the World Cup and Copa America,? he said. ?I?d have to watch them again to see what we didn?t get right in order not to win them, but right here I believe they we should have won at least two of them.? Messi and his team mates have had a tumultuous relationship with the Argentine media, boycotting them 12-months ago due to what the national team perceived as unfair treatment. He said that media criticism has created a culture of fear within the squad. ?Criticism went above and beyond what is normal and became personal,? he said. ?The bitterness we feel is because we know what?s coming if things don?t go well for us. People want results and if they don?t get them, they want to see fresh blood. We don?t feel that way.?
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