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  1. Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday performed the groundbreaking of Allama Iqbal Industrial Zone in Faisalabad which is part of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). According to PM's Focal Person on Digital Media, Dr Arsalan Khalid, it was the "first groundbreaking of an industrial estate under CPEC". Khalid stated that the industrial city "will create 300,000 jobs in the next five years". "It will attract Rs400 billion worth of investments in automobiles, textiles, food processing, pharmaceuticals, engineering and construction industries," he said. Shelter home inaugurated PM Imran inaugurates Panagah in Faislabad. Photo: Radio PakistanEarlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan inaugurated a shelter home in Faisalabad during his one-day visit to the city. Also read: PM Imran pays surprise visit to Rawalpindi hospital, shelter home “The inauguration is part of PM’s on going drive of providing shelter to homeless. In addition to regular shelter homes, temporary shelters have been erected to protect poor from freezing winter,” said the Prime Minister Office in a statement on social media. The inauguration comes after PM Imran on Sunday directed the chief ministers of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab to provide temporary shelters to the homeless who cannot be accommodated in the existing Panagahs amid cold weather. PM Imran had inaugurated the first shelter for the homeless in Lahore last year. The government has set up similar Panagahs to provide food and a roof for the poor.
  2. ASUS has been making some kickass laptops lately. The company's new ZenBook Pro Duo with two displays is one of the best laptops we've ever used. Even when it comes to the gaming side of things, ASUS is probably the only brand that's pushing the limits. For instance, the ASUS ROG Scar III is the only laptop in India that comes with a 240Hz refresh rate panel. On the same lines, ASUS announced something absolutely crazy a couple of months back while launching their new range of gaming notebooks in India. Yes, I am talking about the ROG Mothership, a "gaming laptop" that's unlike anything you may have seen till now. If I am being completely honest, the ASUS Mothership is one of the craziest pieces of tech that I've ever seen. It's more than just an ambitious product. I mean, a gaming laptop with a kickstand and a detachable keyboard? C'mon! So when the good folks over at ASUS asked me if I wanted to check it out, I said yes without any second thoughts. So I've been using the ASUS ROG Mothership laptop as my primary machine for a little over two weeks now, and here's what I make of it - 1. Design & Build Quality © Mensxp Alright! Imagine Microsoft decided to make a Surface laptop, complete with a kickstand and all, for gamers? Well, that's exactly what the ROG Mothership is. There's no other way to put it. It's a massive laptop with a 17.3-inch display and enough firepower to run pretty much any game you throw at it without any issues whatsoever. It has a Surface-style pop-up kickstand that comes out automatically every time you rest the laptop on a desk. It also comes with a detachable folding keyboard that connects to your laptop wirelessly and has its own battery that needs to be charged. When the laptop is closed and just sitting on the desk, it looks like a normal gaming laptop or a desktop replacement machine. But as soon as you deploy it by making the kickstand pop up, that's when the party begins. Since it's a gaming, uhh.. laptop, the keyboard has per-key RGB lighting. Is that even a question? There's RGB lighting on the front as well as the back of the body, because why not? © Mensxp It's also worth pointing out that all the hardware components are inside the display assembly itself. And I must say that it's very heavy, which is why you might want to rest it on a flat surface, rather than using it on, say, your lap or your bed. I tried using it like that, and I don't recommend that. So overall, I'd say the ROG Mothership is an absolute head-turner. But it's not really a portable machine, so I'd say it's a desktop replacement at best. It's something you'd buy when you want a machine that's as powerful as a desktop, but can also be moved around from place to place whenever necessary. That being said, the ASUS scores a 10/10 on my books when it comes to design and build quality. 2. Display The ROG Mothership, as I mentioned earlier, sports a 17.3-inch 1080p G-sync panel on the front. It's an IPS display with a 144Hz refresh rate and 3ms response time. ASUS says the display covers 100-percent of the sRGB color gamut, which is awesome. © Mensxp For the time I had the Mothership with, I absolutely consumed media on this display. Be it playing video games, or watching TV shows or movies, it was an absolute treat. I particularly enjoy using a huge 17.3-inch display over a smaller 15.6-inch panel, so I had no complaints there. ASUS also makes a variant with 4K panel, but you'll miss out on the smooth 144Hz refresh rate with that, so you gotta pick. 3. Keyboard and Touchpad The ROG Mothership comes with a detachable keyboard which also includes a touchpad on the side. Look, I know most people aren't fond of having a touchpad at the side as opposed to the bottom, but I've gotten to a point where I've used so many laptops that it hardly takes me a day to get used to the new alignment. © Mensxp However, I do have some issues with the keyboard and touchpad of this particular laptop. So when it's detached from the chassis and used in the wireless mode, I had faced a lot of connectivity issues, and I mean, a lot. It got to a point where I stopped detaching it from the main assembly. I even tried charging the keyboard separately via the USB Type - C port that's at the bottom, but it failed to work for me. The keys, as mentioned earlier, have per-key RGB lighting, which is nice. The touchpad also acts as a Numpad, just like the ones of the Zephyrus notebooks. The keys themselves were a bit too squishy for my liking, but a lot of my colleagues enjoyed typing on it when I asked them to try it out. It has a 2.5mm travel distance and a 0.3mm keycap curve. The only thing I like the keyboard on this laptop is that it's detachable, so you can use it as a normal wireless keyboard as you would on a traditional desktop setup. © Mensxp 4. Performance & Thermals Coming to the meat of this review, we have the performance of the ROG Mothership. This machine, mind you, is fitted with some of the most powerful hardware components out there on the market. The variant which I reviewed came with an Intel Core i9-9980HK, an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 with 8GB GDDR6 memory. It was paired with 64GB RAM and is provided by a RAID 0 array with three NVMe SSDs. © Mensxp Since the ROG Mothership's hardware is ludicrous, you'll need two power bricks to run it. See why I said this isn't a portable machine? But honestly, I wasn't surprised to see two power bricks. I've seen various other laptops using them, and it's kind of a no-brainer for a machine of this sort. In case you still have any doubts about the performance of ROG Mothership, then let me just tell you that it's insane. I was able to max out the graphics settings in the new Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare at 1080p, and I was still getting well over the comfortable 144Hz that the display rated to support. Now that's how you know it's a powerful beast. Besides that, I also spent a lot of time playing titles like Red Dead Redemption 2, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and more. I am going to leave some benchmark numbers below for you to check out - As for the thermals, I'd say ASUS has done a commendable job. Like, there's no denying that the Mothership is interesting to look at. However, the form factor actually helps the machine keep itself cool during taxing activities. Since everything is at the back of the display, the top chassis allows for better airflow. Besides the ingenious airflow, the Mothership is fitted with two fans and a ton of heat pipes. ASUS is also using liquid metal to keep the CPU cool. And then there's software to monitor all that and keep track of everything. But since there's much going on with the thermals, the Mothership makes a ton of noise while it's pushing the games at max settings. If you're not wearing headphones while gaming, then good luck sitting next to this machine and trying to make sense of the game. 5. Ports © Mensxp Since the Mothership with a unique form factor, you won't find the ports along the side of the keyboard. Instead, they're all on the main body, and there are a ton of them. On the right side, there's a USB Type-A 3.2 Gen 1 port, a HDMI 2.0 port, and a USB Type-C 3.2 Gen 2 port, which also doubles as a DisplayPort 1.4 input. You'll also see an SD card reader and two power jacks here. © Mensxp On the left side, there's a trio of USB Type-A 3.2 Gen 2 ports, a Gigabit Ethernet and separate jacks for headset and mic. 6. Audio Out of all the laptops I've reviewed so far, only a handful of them stood out in terms of the audio quality. And I tend to leave a note here in the review about the audio of only those specific laptops. ROG Mothership is one of them. I simply love the Mothership's speakers. All the 4 four-watt speakers are aimed directly at the user, which means it's great. © Mensxp Be it while gaming or listening to music, I was really impressed with the audio. The speakers do manage to cover up the fan's noise of the machine, but I still recommend using a pair of headphones while gaming. By the way, the speakers sound the best when the keyboard is detached since the audio will reach your ears properly without getting lost in the transition. 7. Battery Life © Mensxp You did read the specs on this machine, right? So let me just tell you that you'll always want to carry at least one of those two power bricks if you're just out for a casual day of work. It won't last you a full day of use without the chargers. With the keyboard attached, I'd say the Mothership will last you for around 5 hours. But since this is essentially a desktop replacement or at least it's meant to be used like one, I don't think the battery life should be an issue. 8. The Final Say Look, ASUS isn't going to be selling the ROG Mothership in India. And that makes complete sense because this is a prototype machine at best. The mere existence of ROG Mothership in India right now is to show what ASUS can do. Yes, they've already done that with the likes of Zephyrus and Strix series notebooks, but the ROG Mothership is on another level altogether. I'd call it madness, for lack of a better word. © Mensxp And even if ASUS decides to start selling this in India, the price tag would certainly scare the living hell out of my bank account. There are a lot of good desktop replacements out there that are much better and more stable than the ROG Mothership. Heck, ASUS' own ROG GL703 is the one you should be getting if you want a desktop alternative. If at all ASUS makes a polished version of Mothership for the Indian market and gives it a handsome price tag, I'd grab it without any second thoughts. I mean, who doesn't want an over-the-top machine that can handle all games at max settings and look ridiculously cool while doing it? I certainly can't say no to that! View the full article
  3. Every time you open the newspaper, there's a report on crime against a woman, be it sexual or physical. India is slowly regressing towards 'no country for women' and that makes us really sad. But even though you read the word rape ever so often in the Indian context, rape is a global reality and in some countries the number of rapes are as many or more than in India. © Facebook/El Comercio While we blame the authorities for not keeping our surroundings secure, we do know that building a mass movement makes a larger impact than anything else, more than waiting for authorities to implement proper safety measures around the city, which have failed us miserably in the past. That's why on November 20, women protesters came out on to the streets of the city of Santiago, Chile, reciting powerful words of a poem titled 'A Rapist On Your Way'. The women wearing black were blindfolded, all of them wearing lipstick and chanting 'El violador eres tu (The rapist is you).' © Facebook/El Comercio The protest was organised by Las Tesis, a women's collective in Santiago, who got thousands of women together on the streets to start a movement which has today become a global outcry, especially the words of the anthem the women were heard singing which have picked up a grave momentum and have been chanted all over the world. The videos from the protest went viral all over and because India is going through the same situation, reached the ears of our women, and rightfully so! They say empathy during a difficult situation heals everything in time and while there's a long way to go where healing is concerned for the years of subjugation and violence women have undergone, India could heavily relate to the Chilean protest and how! After the Hyderabad rape of the vet, where her body was tormented and burnt and the Unnao rape victim's death recently after she was stabbed and set ablaze, India's outrage will never cease to exist, at least for another decade or so, or till things become better. So, on December 7, 2019, a group of Indian women kept the anthem alive, by getting out on the streets in Delhi's Jantar Mantar, to chant their own version of the Chilean 'A Rapist In Your Way', complete with blindfolds and slogans. Hundreds gathered for a flash mob protest at Jantar Mantar against rapes and the complete breakdown of law to bring justice to rape victim families on a day when #Unnao rape victim, who was brutally burnt, lost her life. #ReporterDiary (@milan_reports) pic.twitter.com/aHs9EYfoiu — India Today (@IndiaToday) December 7, 2019 The Indian chapter was held at Jantar Mantar, Connaught Place at 3pm, and it built enough momentum with people pouring in as and when. Even men joined the slogan, echoing the same sentiment and it was the best form of unity we've seen, where gender roles and biases are concerned in the country. The Indian chapter was titled 'A Rapist in Your Way Intervention India Chapter In Solidarity'. © Facebook/El Comercio The protest aimed to address violence of any form against women in the country and it really fell on deaf ears when everyone was chanting it together. “And the fault wasn't mine, not where I was, not how I dressed And the fault wasn't mine, not where I was, not how I dressed And the fault wasn't mine, not where I was, not how I dressed And the fault wasn't mine, not where I was, not how I dressed The rapist is you. The rapist is you. It's the cops, The judges, The state, The president. The oppressive state is a rapist. The oppressive state is a rapist.” While this poem may not mean anything to a few, it actually is a solid mirror that reflects our society. It's not how women dress, or carry themselves or what they do that 'provoke' the men. It's what they expect from the government and the authorities, when they're helplessly tortured and tormented. And sadly so, the authorities and the government have always failed them. The state has failed them. While 'enough is enough' has also become a popular slogan in the country, casual sexism, oppression and harassment still happen openly all over, apart from more heinous crimes like rape. We aspire to live in a country where women are free to walk, talk, dress, have ***, most importantly, breath and believe in themselves with confidence and a heightened sense of self and that will only happen if we let go of archaic norms from the society and newer ones, where women are respected and cared for, take shape. View the full article
  4. South African bowler Tabraiz Shamsi. Photo: AFPSouth African wrist spinner Tabraiz Shamsi became an immediate social media sensation on Thursday when video emerged of him celebrating a wicket by performing a magic trick in the middle of the...
  5. Can you guess who's the second most important person, after the bride-groom of course, at any wedding? It's not the family members or relatives. It's the pundit aka the priest who is given the duty to perform their wedding. While the families usually thank the priest for performing the rituals and everything, there's one groom who is probably cursing his wedding priest right now. In a bizarre incident, a priest in Madhya Pradesh, who performed a couple's wedding ran away with the bride two weeks after their wedding. The incident happened in Tori Bagrod, Sironj city. The couple got married on May 7 and the priest ran away with the bride on May 23. Pexels In fact, on May 23rd, the priest was supposed to perform another wedding, but when people couldn't locate him they searched and found out that he had eloped with the woman, who had come to her parents' house as per the post wedding rituals. Twitter According to a report in Dainik Bhaskar, the girl's relatives have registered a complaint. According to the locals, the bride and the priest, who is already married and has two kids, were in a relationship since the past two years. In fact, the priest's whole family was missing since that day and so is the jewellery and cash worth over Rs 1.5 lakh that the bride ran away with. While this entire incident is bizarre, we feel really bad for the groom.
  6. The OnePlus 7 Pro was launched in India today and we've been using the smartphone for a while to let you know how the smartphone fares in 2019. OnePlus is one of those unique brands that have been able to dethrone giants like Apple and Samsung in India by offering flagship-level smartphones for a considerably less price. OnePlus makes smartphones using top of the line components and offer a seamless OS experience that can only be matched by Google's Pixel smartphones. The OnePlus 7 Pro has a complete design overhaul when compared to the OnePlus 6/6T with some new features, a brand new display and Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 855 processor. Here's what we think about the OnePlus 7 Pro and everything it has to offer: Design And Display © MensXP The OnePlus 7 Pro is beautifully designed and comes with no notches, almost zero bezels and a very vivid screen. At the back, there's a slight curve for better ergonomics and has a reflective glass that catches light from different angles. The colours are not over the top as other smartphones keeping it interesting and alluring at the same time. The OnePlus 7 Pro comes with a triple camera setup and has the same branding placement as the OnePlus 6T. The OnePlus 7 Pro comes in three colours: Nebula Blue, Almond and Mirror Gray. At the bottom, the smartphone has the USB-C port, a speaker grille and a SIM card slot. OnePlus has removed the headphone jack as well in favour for better water resistance as it was quite expected since it was removed from the OnePlus 6T as well. At the front, the notch has been completely removed and now has QHD+6.67-inch AMOLED display. The display itself is one of the most beautiful panels we've ever seen on a smartphone. This is also the first time OnePlus has included a 90Hz refresh rate panel which results in a smoother experience and better performance on games. Having said that, the battery life of the smartphone does drop considerably when used in the 90Hz mode. Thankfully, OnePlus has given you the option to switch to 60Hz refresh rate in the display settings. © MensXP The display itself is very bright and has a pixel density of 556 ppi. The colour reproduction on the display has been outstanding and gave the Samsung Galaxy S10+ a run for its money. It was a delight to watch TV shows on Netflix that has HDR support as the OnePlus 7 Pro's display is also HDR10+ certified. The blacks look deep and dark, the contrast ratio is on point and has high saturation levels. In order to complement your viewing experience, the OnePlus 7 Pro also comes with dual stereo speakers that were previously missing in the OnePlus 6T. Since there is no fingerprint sensor, the OnePlus 7 Pro also has an in-display fingerprint sensor just like the OnePlus 6T, albeit it works far faster and smoother than before. Since the notch has also been removed, OnePlus 7 Pro now comes with a pop-up selfie camera just like some VIVO and OPPO smartphones. Having said that, it is worthy to point out that the OnePlus 7 Pro is a very heavy phone and cause fatigue if you are used to the company's previous lighter smartphones. There were times when our fingers and palm would simply tire out when using the smartphone due to its weight. If you plan on using a cover, then it is even heavier. However, once you start using the smartphone, your palm and fingers will get used to it over time. Performance OnePlus smartphones are known to have great components under the hood and the OnePlus 7 Pro is no exception. The OnePlus 7 Pro is blazingly fast and it's all thanks to Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 processor. The flagship level processor is coupled with 6/8 or 12 GB of RAM and comes with different storage options. We tested the 12GB RAM variant and it exceeded our expectations way too much. We ran a simple Geekbench 4 test and our review unit scored 3509 in the single-core test while it scored a very impressive 11130 score in the multi-core test. That's the fastest Android smartphone we've tested this year and is probably the only device that comes close to the iPhone XS Max's performance. © MensXP While gaming, you can run games like PUBG Mobile on the highest settings and there is no frame rate drop according to our Gamebench test. The smartphone also comes with new Haptic Vibration that amplifies your experience while playing games. The heat management is also up to the mark as the OnePlus 7 Pro now comes with a 10-layer Liquid Cooling system. The OnePlus 7 Pro also has a RAM boost mode which basically means that it will allocate remaining RAM to memory intensive applications such as First Person Shooter games. This means you will be able to load games faster thanks to the new mode in combination with the new UFS 3.0 type of storage. UFS 3.0 is probably the fastest form of storage that basically means it can read and write files at a much faster pace than any other smartphone out there. Overall, the performance of the smartphone was outstanding and it is by far the smoothest Android smartphone we've used till date. This is also partly because of OnePlus' Oxygen OS skin that is bloat-free and comes with new features. Cameras © MensXP In terms of photography, the OnePlus 7 Pro comes with a triple camera setup at the back where the primary sensor is a Sony IMX586 48-MP sensor that has an aperture of f/1.6 and pixel size of up to 1.6 μm. The sensor has both OIS and EIS. The second sensor is an ultra-wide 16 MP, f/2.2, with a 117° field of view. The third is an 8 MP, f/2.4, a telephoto sensor with 3x zoom. Now that you know the camera specifications, we were left quite disappointed with the camera performance on the OnePlus 7 Pro. Don't get us wrong, it can do a fair job of taking pictures but overall the quality of images felt underwhelming. The portrait images were not accurate at blurring the edges of our subject while there was no noticeable difference taking images with NightScape. The smartphone does a decent job of taking good images in good lighting conditions but did not perform as expected in the darker environments. Images would turn out to be very warm and sometimes lack the detail that one looks for in pictures. Some images were also overly saturated even when we tried our best to turn the levels down. Overall, the imaging on the OnePlus 7 Pro needs a lot of work and tweaking at the moment as most images simply look too soft. We hope a future update could fix these issues in the near future. © MensXP The biggest change on the OnePlus 7 Pro is the placement of the selfie camera. Since it is a pop-up selfie camera, it comes out from the top of the smartphone each time you switch modes or when you need to unlock using facial recognition. While testing, the pop-up selfie camera would take less than a second to arise and around the same time to go back down. The selfie camera has a 16 MP, f/2.0 sensor that is more than enough for taking simple selfies. The pop-up camera works just like it does on the Vivo V15 Pro and other smartphones that have a similar feature. Here are some camera samples for your reference: Battery Life The OnePlus 7 Pro comes with a 4,000 mAh battery that performs well if you know what you are doing. For example, if you are using your display with 90Hz refresh rate and at QHD+ resolution, your battery life will fall considerably. You can turn down the refresh rate or the resolution in order to conserve battery life. Having said that, when you have turned down either one of the options, you can expect an average of 5 hours and 30 minutes of screen-on-time with around 20 percent left. If you tweak either the refresh rate or the resolution, expect the screen on time to fall considerably faster. Having said that, we used the OnePlus 7 Pro extensively for navigation, playing memory and GPU intensive games like PUBG Mobile and Asphalt and a lot of internet browsing. The OnePlus 7 Pro also comes with the company's new Warp Charge 30 adapter with basically is the same charger that came with the McLaren edition of the OnePlus 6T. It increases your charging speed by 38% and we saw our smartphone go from 10% to 69% in less than 20 minutes. Software © MensXP When it comes to the software, I would buy a OnePlus smartphone just for Oxygen OS. It is by far the cleanest and most stable skin you find on a smartphone apart from Pixel smartphones. It offers almost a pure Android experience without any bloat or add-ons. This time around OnePlus has added new features such as Zen Mode. It basically lets users turn off almost all features of the smartphone apart from receiving phone calls. It is the company's effort for better smartphone management and digital wellbeing. The feature cuts access to the smartphone for a period of 20 minutes so that you can tackle smartphone addiction in a better manner. It cannot be cancelled once you start Zen Mode and lock all the apps until 20 minutes elapses. You can also use Google's native Digital Wellbeing feature to track your habits and the amount of time you spend on certain applications. The OnePlus 7 Pro also comes with a gaming mode where it mutes notifications and let you toggle custom settings such as disabling automatic brightness. Within the gaming mode, you also get a new Fnatic mode which basically takes these settings to the next level. It basically blocks all notifications apart from low battery notification, alarm and timer. It also fine tunes the processor to give gaming priority and disable the secondary SIM to give priority to the Primary SIM card for better signal strength. You will need to enable the gaming mode first in order to switch on the Fnatic mode. The Final Say There's no other smartphone that can perform as well as this beast, has a crisp display that offers vivid colours and gives great battery performance if you know what you are doing. Having said that, if you love to take pictures, the OnePlus 7 Pro still needs to improve a lot, especially because of the price tag. When you charge almost flagship level prices, the camera performance has to be up there as well in order to justify a recommendation. Having said that, the performance outweighs the camera performance for us as there's no other Android smartphone that can match up to the OnePlus 7 Pro at the moment. If you want a premium smartphone that can last long, perform well while gaming and take decent pictures, the OnePlus 7 pro is for you.
  7. Realme is a very young brand and intends to take over the budget phone segment in India. They've launched a new phone every quarter in an effort to cover up every possible price bracket. The brand has been targeting its phones towards the youth and hence, focuses on performance and design the most. With the Realme 3, the brand wants to lure buyers with its powerful MediaTek Helio P70 chipset. The new processor has performed extremely well in our previous review of the Realme U1, and now it's available at an even better price. (c) MensXP/Shivam Vahia On the front, it has a 6.2-inch HD+ display (1520 x 720 resolution) and comes with Gorilla Glass protection. Realme claims it has achieved 88.30 per cent screen-to-body ratio thanks to a small water-drop style notch. Like we've said, the new P70 processor has four cores clocked at 2.1Ghz and boasts 15 per cent lesser power consumption when compared to previous generation offering. It also has a multi-threaded APU for AI processing. It comes in to two variants, 3GB RAM + 32GB storage and 4GB RAM + 64GB storage. The internal memory is expandable via a microSD card. (c) MensXP/Shivam Vahia The rear houses a 13-megapixel primary sensor and a 2-megapixel secondary sensor. For authentication, a fingerprint scanner is located on the back and it also supports face unlock. For low-light pictures, Realme has included a Nightscape mode that improves the quality of pictures using AI. A Chroma Boost mode also helps in producing better colour by adjusting exposure and dynamic range. For selfies, a 13-megapixel camera has been provided on the front. Backing these innards is a 4230mAh battery. The phone ships with ColorOS 6.0, built on top of Android 9.0 Pie. The software has kept many stock Android elements untouched and added features include Game Space and quick app drawer on the left. (c) MensXP/Shivam Vahia The 3GB + 32GB option is priced at Rs 8,999 and the 4GB + 64GB variant is priced at Rs 10,999 . Sales start from March 12thh via online channels. The phone will be going up against the recently launched Redmi Note 7, Nokia 5.1 Plus, and ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M2. It'll be interesting to see how the brand is able to continue its steady rise in the country considering the competitive environment.
  8. Last week, Google launched the Pixel 3 and 3 XL and everyone has been excited about it. The Pixel 2 was an amazing device, but was in the news for all the wrong reasons at its launch due to issues with its display panel. With the Pixel 3, we definitely hope that Google has improvised the panel and has made sure that there will no longer be any shortcomings. To see how much Google has improved the display, DisplayMate has run some measures and standards to tell us how the Pixel 3 XL display stacks up against the competition. DisplayMate has shared its findings and has given the Pixel 3 XL an A+ rating, the highest possible. Usually, it is Samsung's flagship phones that get the highest possible rating. © BGR The study is extremely in-depth and hence we've covered the most important points. The new Pixel 3 XL comes with three colour modes: Natural Mode, Boosted Mode, and Adaptive Mode. According to DisplayMate, "Each Pixel 3 XL OLED display is individually calibrated at the factory. Since the Pixel 3 XL supports two Standard Color Gamuts it performs Accurate Calibrated Color Management so the colours appear correctly and accurately based on the on-screen image content." In terms of viewing angles, a 30 per cent angle will decrease brightness on a smartphone display by up to per cent. On the Pixel 3 XL, it down to just 28 per cent while the iPhone XS Max comes in at 25 per cent and the Note9 at 27 per cent. © Digital Trends The Pixel 3 XL display has a maximum brightness of 424 nits, while the Note9 is able to produce 700+ nits of peak brightness. But, the Pixel 3 XL has the lowest screen reflectance at just 4.3 per cent, the lowest DisplayMate has ever measured on a smartphone. The report says, Google has improved the display on multiple quality parameters, including 'Absolute Picture Quality' and 'Absolute Color Accuracy'. This has been achieved by implementing 'Precision Factory Display Calibration', While nobody is saying the Pixel 3 lineup has THE best display right now, it sure is at par with the competition. As far as having a speciality is concerned, the series already owns the camera department. Source: DisplayMate
  9. Manchester United football player Paul Pogba has shared a video of himself after he performed Umrah.The French superstar shared a video on Instagram with his 22.5 million followers in which he can be seen standing in front of the Holy Kaabah. "This...
  10. Photo: AFP NAIROBI: A neurosurgeon at Kenya's largest hospital has been suspended after performing brain surgery on the wrong patient, the hospital said in a statement on Friday. The scandal, which prompted an outpouring of horror on social media, is the latest drama to hit the Kenyatta National Hospital in recent weeks, after allegations of staff sexually assaulting patients, and the theft of a baby. The hospital said the surgeon, as well as two nurses and an anaesthetist, had been suspended pending an investigation into the operation "on the wrong patient". Health Minister Sicily Kariuki also suspended the CEO of the hospital over the blunder. An investigation by the Daily Nation newspaper revealed that two men had been taken to the hospital last Sunday. One required surgery to remove a blood clot to his brain, while the other needed only medication for a swollen head. Hours into the surgery doctors discovered there was no blood clot in the brain of their patient, and that they were, in fact, operating on the wrong man, the newspaper reported. "The hospital deeply regrets this event and has done all it can to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the patient in question," read the statement from the hospital, adding the patient was "in recovery and progressing well". Kenyatta National Hospital is Kenya's oldest and largest hospital, and also serves as a teaching hospital.
  11. The scandal, which prompted an outpouring of horror on social media, is the latest drama to hit the Kenyatta National Hospital in recent weeks, after allegations of staff sexually assaulting patients, and the theft of a baby-Photo: File NAIROBI: A neurosurgeon at Kenya´s largest hospital has been suspended after performing brain surgery on the wrong patient, the hospital said in a statement on Friday. The scandal, which prompted an outpouring of horror on social media, is the latest drama to hit the Kenyatta National Hospital in recent weeks, after allegations of staff sexually assaulting patients, and the theft of a baby. The hospital said the surgeon, as well as two nurses and an anaesthetist, had been suspended pending an investigation into the operation "on the wrong patient". Health Minister Sicily Kariuki also suspended the CEO of the hospital over the blunder. An investigation by the Daily Nation newspaper revealed that two men had been taken to the hospital last Sunday. One required surgery to remove a blood clot to his brain, while the other needed only medication for a swollen head. Hours into the surgery doctors discovered there was no blood clot in the brain of their patient, and that they were in fact operating on the wrong man, the newspaper reported. "The hospital deeply regrets this event and has done all it can to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the patient in question," read the statement from the hospital, adding the patient was "in recovery and progressing well". Kenyatta National Hospital is Kenya´s oldest and largest hospital, and also serves as a teaching hospital.
  12. SEHWAN: Renowned social activist and theatre artist Sheema Kermani on Saturday performed dhamaal at the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar. A group of artists and Kermani swayed to beats of traditional Sufi poetry as they performed in front of a packed courtyard in the shrine. The performance comes a year after a bomb tore through the shrine, killing dozens and injuring many more.
  13. Rawalpindi Institute of Cardiology RAWALPINDI: The Rawalpindi Institute of Cardiology (RIC) has successfully performed the MitraClip (mitral clip) procedure, becoming the first hospital in South Asia to use the novel, percutaneous method of heart treatment. Major General (retd) Dr Azhar Mehmood Kayani, the head of RIC, told Geo News the performance of the procedure has made the hospital the first in Pakistan, as well as South Asia, to use the MitraClip technique successfully. Head of RIC, Major General (retd) Dr Azhar Mehmood Kayani ?It is an honour for the Rawalpindi Institute of Cardiology and Pakistan to carry out the mitral clipping procedure successfully,? he said, adding that the procedure was performed on former president Muhammad Rafiq Tarar. The MitraClip technique is the world?s first transcatheter mitral valve repair therapy. It targets patients with severe degenerative Mitral Regurgitation who are too high-risk for open heart surgery and do not have other treatment options available to them. Mitral Regurgitation is the most common type of heart valve disease, affecting nearly 1 in 10 people aged 75 years and older. ?The MitraClip procedure is carried out in patients who cannot undergo surgery, usually older patients for whom a heart surgery has been deemed too risky,? Dr Kayani said. He said the technique carries some risk of complications, but no complications have yet been reported at the RIC. Dr Kayani said that the procedure has been implemented in the United States and Europe, at costs as high as Rs 10 million. ?But for the first time in South Asia, the Rawalpindi Institute of Cardiology has performed the procedure for Rs 4 million,? he noted. The Rawalpindi Institute of Cardiology was formally inaugurated on September 25, 2012. Renowned cardiologist Major General (retd) Dr. Azhar Mehmood Kayani of the Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology is the chief executive of RIC.
  14. Comedian Bill Cosby makes an appearance at La Rose ? a Germantown neighbourhood jazz club ? in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US, January 22, 2018. AFP/Dominick Reuter PHILADELPHIA: Disgraced American entertainer Bill Cosby returned to the stage Monday for the first time in nearly three years, telling jokes just months before his scheduled retrial for alleged sexual assault. The 80-year-old pioneering African American actor and comedian spent around an hour performing at the LaRose Jazz Club in Philadelphia at an event honouring drummer and jazz great, Tony Williams. He sat on a wooden chair, in front of the jazz quartet, dressed casually in dark pants and grey hoodie inscribed with the words "Hello Friend" spelt out in multicoloured capital letters. There was no heckling and the audience was generally supportive, clapping and at times laughing, but the fewer than 50 people, filling only half a small venue underscored how far he has fallen from grace. For a few minutes, he sat behind the drum kit and played some drums, before delivering a very short stand-up routine, joking about getting old and going blind, interacting with an older couple in the audience. Announcing the event only shortly before it was due to begin, his spokesman said the intention was to "honour his fans with a historic performance" at what was a public event with tickets sold on the door. It was the first time Cosby performed in public since May 2015, when CNN reported that he was interrupted twice in Atlanta after a string of women had already come forward to accuse him of sexual assault. He was indicted in December 2015 and went on trial in June 2017, accused of drugging and molesting a former university basketball official at his Philadelphia home in 2004. Jackson?s lawyer But the judge declared a mistrial when the jury failed to reach a unanimous verdict on three counts of aggravated indecent assault after more than 50 hours of deliberations in Norristown, Pennsylvania. The deadlock was a victory of sorts for the comedian, now frail and isolated, who risked spending the rest of his life in prison if convicted. But the trial irrevocably damaged the once towering icon of US popular culture, loved by millions as America?s Dad and best known for his seminal role as a father and obstetrician on hit 1984-92 TV series The Cosby Show. In a rambling and at times confused interview with Sirius XM radio broadcast before the trial began, Cosby said he felt he had "an awful lot to offer" in terms of writing and performing. Jury selection for the retrial is to begin March 29. Cosby?s new defence lawyer is Tom Mesereau, the celebrity Los Angeles attorney who got Michael Jackson acquitted of child molestation in 2005. Around 60 women have publicly accused the Emmy-winning actor of being a serial sexual predator, but most of the alleged abuse happened too long ago to prosecute, meaning that the trial last year concerned only one of the alleged victims. The actor denies the charges, saying his relations with Canadian Andrea Constand were consensual. She has said he gave her pills that left her semi-conscious, then made sexual advances ? a story not unlike those recounted by many of the other accusers.
  15. A man counts Pakistani banknotes along a roadside in Islamabad, Pakistan, November 16, 2017. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood/Files ISLAMABAD: With the fiscal deficit recorded at 1.2 percent of the gross domestic product (GDP), the federal government's financial operations and debt statistics for the first quarter of the current fiscal year (1QFY17) show strong performance and prudent expenditure. On one hand, the revenue collection ? especially that from taxes ? registered a strong growth of over 20 percent during 1QFY17, while, on the other, the government's domestic and external borrowings were kept under check, a finance ministry spokesperson said in a statement here Tuesday. The spokesperson stated that there were expenditure controls as well, which reflected on the prudent fiscal management and government's resolve to maintain this momentum in the remaining quarters of the year. Based on the actual data, the overall fiscal deficit during 1QFY17 was recorded at 1.2 percent of the GDP as opposed to 1.3 percent during the last year's corresponding period, the spokesperson added. He said the total consolidated federal and provincial revenue amounted to Rs. 1.025 trillion, which reflects an 18.9-percent increase over same period last year. The tax collection by Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) amounted to Rs. 765 billion ? denoting a hefty growth of over 20 percent ? while the non-tax receipts for the period amounted to Rs. 114 billion, which are also higher when compared to the same period, last year. The total expenditure during the period amounted to Rs. 1.466 trillion, of which the current and development expenditures were Rs. 1.241 trillion and Rs 0.221 trillion, respectively. The statistical discrepancy for the period July-September 2017 amounted to Rs. 4 billion compared to Rs. 38 billion during last year's same period. The spokesperson said the civil accounts data of the federal government's revenue receipts and expenditure in 1QFY17 was received from the office of Accountant General Pakistan Revenues (AGPR), financing data from Economic Affairs Division (EAD) ? external financing ? and from the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP). Likewise, the civil accounts data of the provincial government's revenue receipts and expenditure in 1QFY17 was received from the provincial Accountant General (AGs). He added that the deficit figure reported earlier was based on the SBP's daily cash balance reports, which did not include the financing on account of project aid and financing from National Savings Schemes. The financing from project aid was substantially higher on account of roads and infrastructure, he said. The spokesperson said around 47 percent of the budget estimates were received as project aid financing during July-September 2017 on that account. This has mainly been received during September 2017, while incremental receipts on account of National Savings Schemes have recently been reported by the SBP, he added. The federal government deposits with the SBP, he stated, also reduced during September 2017. Therefore, after including the aforementioned financing data, the overall fiscal deficit for the July-September 2017 period amounted to 1.2 percent of the GDP against 1.5-1.8 percent of GDP projected by some analysts. The spokesperson said a section of the media had drawn some premature conclusions on debt performance of the government based on the data for the first two months of the current fiscal year. He clarified that choosing to evaluate debt statistics based on two-month numbers was a flawed method that led to misrepresentation. He said as debt numbers from relevant agencies ? such as Economic Affairs Division, Budget Wing, National Saving and State Bank ? were received and consolidated for 1QFY17, it had become quite clear that the upwards bump in public debt was well below the analysts' forecasts. The debt statistics at the first quarter's end clearly depict that provisional gross public debt rose approximately Rs. 652 billion as opposed to Rs. 1 trillion reported in various media reports, he added. Similarly, the spokesperson said domestic debt recorded an increase of Rs. 853 billion during first two months of the current fiscal year, while it settled at Rs. 520 billion 1QFY17. The temporary increase in the domestic debt during the current fiscal year's first two months was due to a time lag between the revenue and expenditures and on account of cash buffers built to comfortably meet the bullet maturities, he added. The increase recorded in the domestic debt during July-August 2017, the spokesperson commented, was subsequently reversed as the revenue figures picked up and government reduced its cash buffers primarily to retire some of the in-quarter borrowings. Resultantly domestic debt stock was reduced by Rs. 333 billion during September 2017. He said there was a need to understand that the seasonality in the government's borrowings/deposits may be observed during a short period of time owing to a time lag between the revenue and expenditure streams. However, it is usually reversed at the end of each quarter. Specifically, any disconnect between the borrowing and fiscal deficit financing is reversed on an annual or biannual basis ? something that is considered to be a normal practice throughout the world. It is noteworthy that of the gross upward revision in the domestic debt amounting to Rs. 520 billion, the net was worth Rs. 428 billion while the rest went to bolster the government's liquid assets that could be used in the subsequent period towards meeting its financing requirement/contingencies. Similarly, the spokesperson explained that the external public debt recorded a provisional increase of approximately Rs. 132 billion, which was predominantly driven by translational losses on account of appreciation of international currencies against US dollar and Pakistani rupee's depreciation against the dollar. Therefore, the incremental mobilization from external sources was almost negligible during the first quarter of the current fiscal year.
  16. After her splendid win at the Miss World 2017 pageant, Manushi Chhillar has taken the floor by storm with her talent and wit. The diva recently spoke about her 'chill' factor in response to Tharoor's ''tongue-in-cheek” remark and completely floored us with her awesome pun and now a video of her dancing at the Miss World Pageant is giving us reasons to adore her even more. (c) Youtube Manushi was seen dancing to Deepika Padukone's Nagada Sang Dhol (from 2013 Ram Leela fame) at the competition. The contestants at the pageant had to perform on a song that represented their country and our homegirl chose an apt Garba piece to introduce the vibrancy India is. Miss Chhiller who comes from Haryana, picked up the Garba steps quite easily with her grace and dedication. The last diva to be crowned Miss World was Priyanka Chopra way back in 2000. After 17 years, India broke her silence by giving us a gorgeous Miss World to admire. Manushi Chhillar has become a household name now and she's inspiring many small-town young women to come forth and follow their dreams. (c) Youtube A classic example of beauty with brains, she did complete justice to the question asked to her proving to the world that her ideas and thought process were more progressive than what most people believe they are for Indian women. For the final question, which was posed to her, she was asked which profession deserves the most salary to which she replied that it's not about money and it's a mother's job that is the most difficult and needs to be given its due credit. How's that for a very smart and talented India represent? (c) Youtube But let's focus on what's breaking the internet right now. Her beautiful and dazzling dance performance at the pageant has us all enthralled and we love her sassy red and gold dress she ha donned for it. Her Garba steps did full justice to her representing the Indian arts and culture. The video (above) shows Manushi and other contestants dancing to the tune of Nagada Sang Dhol Baje and it's quite something to see the foreign contestants matching Manushi's steps as she performs on the song. Manushi's a trained Kuchipud dancer and we're sure her gurus would be mighty proud of her today!
  17. KARACHI: In a striking display of fire power, Pakistan Navy undertook live weapon firing in the Arabian Sea on Saturday, according to a statement by a Navy spokesperson. Pakistan Navy Helicopter Sea King launched air-to-surface anti-ship missile, which successfully hit the intended target with pinpoint accuracy, reaffirming the weapon?s lethality and offensive punch of the Pakistan Navy fleet, the statement said. Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah witnessed the event and praised the combat readiness of the fleet. ?The successful firing by [Pakistan Navy] Helicopter Sea King is reflective of high state of readiness and professionalism of Pakistan Navy fleet,? he said, as he visited various fleet units at sea and witnessed ongoing exercises. Admiral Zakaullah also expressed his complete satisfaction at the combat readiness of Pakistan Navy fleet and commended the efforts put in by all involved. The Naval Chief further appreciated professionalism and high morale of the personnel, and reaffirmed the resolve of Pakistan Navy to ensure the country?s seaward defence and safeguard maritime interests at all costs.
  18. Pakistan's Ambassador to the UN Maleeha Lodhi with UN Deputy General Secretary Amina Mohammad and Sachal Band. Photo: Maleeha Lodhi's Twitter account NEW YORK: The hall of United Nations General Assembly echoed with the sound of Pakistani music when Sachal Jazz Ensemble performed to mark the 70th Independence Day of the country. According to United Nations Deputy Secretary General Amina Mohammed, the organisation appreciated and acknowledged Pakistan?s efforts for peace. Amina was present as the chief guest of the event in place of the UN secretary general who was busy with other commitments. The concert titled ?Music Beyond Borders? was aimed at spreading the message of peace and harmony on the world stage. Sachal Jazz Ensemble performed their music that is already has international familiarity. While talking to Geo News a day before the concert, Pakistan?s Ambassador to the UN Maleeha Lodhi said they organised a grand event as they wanted Pakistan?s independence to be celebrated in general assembly of the UN, which is also called the Parliament of the world. Pakistan at 70 appeared on every nameplate in the General Assembly during the concert. Photo: Maleeha Lodhi's Twitter She added that in today?s times when xenophobia, especially Islamophobia, is on a rise, it is important for the world to know what the Pakistani culture is like, Lodhi said. ?We have to bridge the gaps and this can be done through music.?
  19. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/74d2df95b685317a93ed5075a5948590.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9OC8xNC8yMDE3IDg6Mjc6MjggQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1naE1MdU5vTXI4akhpaFNIZ3pnLytRPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] Not only in the streets and on roads, Independence Day was also celebrated in the air, when Momina Mustehsan held a concert on a Pakistan International Airlines flight. The famous singer got the passengers and crew members moving with her songs, especially the patriotic numbers. The flight was en route to Karachi from Islamabad on the eve of Independence Day. Among the songs she sang included Dil Dil Pakistan and the one that went viral after her Coke Studio performance, Afreen Afreen. TV host Anoushey Ashraf was also on board in the same flight where Mustehsan?s concert took place. Lately, Mustehsan has been active with her music on occasions special to the nation. For instance, she sang for Islamabad United, a team in the Pakistan Super League, throughout the season. The singer was also named the empowerment champion of the team.
  20. Vidyut Jammwal is known for his daredevil attitude and a killer body. For years, Vidyut has relentlessly worked on his physique and has been a practitioner of the 3000 year-old form of martial arts called Kalaripayattu. Ever since his debut in Bollywood, his physique has only gotten better and he now has the best-looking sculpted body to ever grace the Indian silver screen. After ‘Commando's' initial box office success, Jammwal has cemented himself as a full blown action hero. And why not, he looks exactly like one. © YouTube Surprising his fans, Jammawal recently released a dangerous stunt video of his, leaving people in awe of his incredible physical abilities. What did he do in the video? Well, he performed push-ups on 4 wine bottles! Check it out below. If you don't already know, Jammwal is an ambassador for Junglee Pictures and Hollywood writer-filmmaker Chuck Russell has joined hands with Junglee Pictures to direct Vidyut Jammwal for a unique action-adventure film titled ‘Junglee'.
  21. DHAKA: Surgeons in Bangladesh have performed what they are calling the country´s first successful separation of conjoined twins in a "groundbreaking" and complex operation. Tofa and Tahura, ten-month-old sisters who were born conjoined at the spine and rectum, were separated by a team of two dozen doctors Tuesday at Bangladesh´s largest hospital in the capital Dhaka. Paediatric surgeon Abdul Hanif said the twins were in a stable condition after the delicate nine-hour procedure. "It is the first time we have successfully separated conjoined twins in Bangladesh," Hanif, from Dhaka Medical College Hospital, told AFP. "It´s a groundbreaking operation in our medical history. It was an extremely complex operation." The twins will undergo at least two further operations to restructure their internal organs, Hanif added. The surgery had been "100 percent successful" but the twins would remain in intensive care for some time to ensure no infections developed, said another doctor, Shahnoor Islam. Born to a poor couple, the twin sisters -- who do not use a surname -- were brought to Dhaka a month ago. Their mother, Shahida Begum, wept following the surgery, describing her tension and joy at news the operation had been a success. "Doctors said the surgery was successful, but they are not out of risk yet. I pray to God for my kids´ quickest recovery. Let their pain be gone." Another pair of Bangladeshi twins conjoined at the skull are awaiting a complex medical procedure in Dhaka. The surgery is unprecedented in Bangladesh, and doctors are consulting medical opinions from across the globe as they prepare for the operation. Doctors are trying to establish whether the one-year-old girls -- born otherwise healthy in northwest Bangladesh -- share the same brain, something that would vastly complicate the surgery. In rare cases, identical twins can be born with skin and internal organs fused together. About half are stillborn, and the survival rate is between five and 25 per cent. In 2008 a baby was born in Bangladesh with two heads but died after just two days.
  22. <p>If one was to pick an actress with the most killer body in Bollywood, we guess we all will unanimously vote in favour of the gorgeous Katrina Kaif. From ‘Chikni Chameli' to ‘Kala Chashma', every song has made us swoon over her and got us envious of that sexy midriff at the same time. However, those sexy abs are no joke and definitely weren't made in a day, since everyone knows how hard working the actress is, be it on the sets or in the gym.</p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="art-lazy anim-gif imwidth-500" title="Katrina Kaif's Unbelievable Push-Ups On Set" data-gif_image="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/giphy-1500999513.gif" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/giphy-1500999513.gif" alt="Katrina Kaif's Unbelievable Push-Ups On Set" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/giphy-1500999513.gif" /></p> <p>Currently, Katrina is busy shooting for ‘Tiger Zinda Hai' in Morocco. However, despite her busy schedule, she did not give her exercise routine a miss and after looking at her workout video, we can now say (with a deep sigh) that we can never get a body like hers. She recently posted a video on her Instagram where she is seen performing some unimaginable push-ups. You might be wondering, what's so special about doing push-ups? Well she was doing it without using her hands. Yes, even gravity was in awe of this Bollywood beauty and let her defy it in the most kickass way. Here's the video. </p> <p style=" margin:8px 0 0 0; padding:0 4px;"><a style=" color:#000; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; font-style:normal; font-weight:normal; line-height:17px; text-decoration:none; word-wrap:break-word;" href="https://www.instagram.com/p/BW7vm0VAnLE/" target="_blank">Warming up on set . @rezaparkview</a></p> <p style=" color:#c9c8cd; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; line-height:17px; margin-bottom:0; margin-top:8px; overflow:hidden; padding:8px 0 7px; text-align:center; text-overflow:ellipsis; white-space:nowrap;">A post shared by Katrina Kaif (@katrinakaif) on Jul 24, 2017 at 7:58am PDT</p> <p></p> <p>For those who were a few minutes late to register in their minds what really happened, this was a prank played by her and we all clearly fell for it. She was on a plank all this while and was being lifted by someone from the back. This was a really good prank and we have to give it to her for pulling this off brilliantly. </p> <p>We wish this could have been a real exercise regime, half of us would have been the fittest people on earth, though the rest would have still been couch potatoes.</p>
  23. Unit was raised in 2005 to provide ground-based air defence to Pakistan Navy assets. -Pakistan Navy KARACHI: Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Mohammad Zakaullah on Friday said, while performing the ground breaking ceremony of the 21st Air Defence Battalion, that air defence is being prioritised by the Navy and all efforts are being made to modernise the equipment, a statement released by the Pakistan Navy stated. The air defence unit will be based in Ormara and will be attached to Coastal Command. The unit was raised in 2005 to provide ground-based air defence to all Pakistan Navy and designated national infrastructure. The battalion is equipped with ?state of the art air defence guns, surface to air missiles and air defence radars?. Commander Coast also highlighted the salient features of the project and said the development of dedicated infrastructure for the unit would ?lead to further efficiency and effectiveness to counter any challenge to our motherland from any potential aerial threat?. The ground breaking ceremony was attended by senior naval officers, personnel and civil dignitaries.
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