The crimes committed by two rich spoilt kids are whitewashed and is pinned on a woman, who was only trying to save her child. She is ruthlessly executed and the society is false fed information about her, which is lapped up as it plays into the community’s fears of outsiders. … [Read more...] about ‘Ponmagal Vandhal’ review: Does the Jyotika film make a good argument?
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Bengaluru | Mumbai: The revival of India’s economy will be driven by merchants, retailers and brands rebooting their businesses by tapping into the rising demand for online commerce which is induced by the lockdown, said a top Amazon executive. “Between the reduced footfalls in physical stores and increased online demand, we need to make sure that in totality sellers come out as good, if not better than before the virus crisis hit us. That is what we are focused on right now,” said Amit Agarwal, senior vice president and country head of Amazon India. Unfazed by the continuing backlash from offline retailers who claim small businesses have been hurt by the discounting and investments shelled out by ecommerce companies, Agarwal told ET that “not many companies have the scale, patience and commitment that Amazon (does) my organisation is supercharged and driven to be part of this phase and to help out.” An April 15 order rolled out by the Indian government … [Read more...] about Merchants, retailers and brands to revive India’s economy: Amazon
Twitter spokesman Trenton Kennedy told the NPR that while the tweet about mail-in voting does not violate Twitter's rules since "it does not directly try to dissuade people from voting," it does contain "misleading information about the voting process, specifically mail-in ballots." … [Read more...] about In a first, Twitter fact-checks Trump’s tweets
By Michael R. Strain Wednesday is looking like a watershed moment in history. The scheduled afternoon launch of a SpaceX Dragon capsule atop a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida, at 4:33 p.m. would mark the first time a privately owned vehicle takes astronauts into orbit. Elon Musk, the billionaire space entrepreneur and chief executive of Tesla Inc., founded SpaceX in 2002. If the launch succeeds — bad weather could push it to Saturday — it would be the company’s crowning achievement to date. Musk’s hope is to enable the colonization of Mars. Delivering two astronauts to the International Space Station suggests that his grand ambition might be more than a pipe dream. Even if not, it will be a breakthrough moment in the commercialization of space. All of a sudden, space tourism seems plausible. If SpaceX can fly astronauts from Florida to the orbiting laboratory, then why couldn’t it fly you and me — soon — to an orbiting restaurant … [Read more...] about The space business is about to get really serious
Highlight: Touch display Get it for: Rs 23,990 A new avatar of the famous Sony Walkman of the 1980s is back – offering nostalgia with a new-age music-player. The Walkman NW-A105 runs on Android, is compact and looks like any regular smartphone in terms of design. There are seven buttons on the right side that lets you control the music. You can increase volume, skip songs, play forward/backward with these buttons. The hold button locks your sound adjustments and music preferences. The Walkman has a 3.6-inch touch display and runs on Android 9 operating system. You can install streaming apps such as Gaana, Spotify, Amazon Prime Music or others as per your choice. We mainly listened to Bollywood songs and were delighted with the sound quality. The music player supports Hi-Res audio and DSD audio formats with up to 11.2MHz. The new Walkman also has a Sound Adjustments app that is largely a control centre to customise settings like equalizer, clear audio and dynamic normalizer. … [Read more...] about Sony Walkman NW-A105 review: Down the memory lane with new design and features