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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Wall Street's main indexes retreated on Friday as investors were cautious ahead of a U.S. response to China's national security law on Hong Kong that threatens to take some shine off another month of strong gains for the stock market. President Donald Trump, who has warned of a tough response to China's move, is expected to hold a news conference at 2 p.m. ET (1800 GMT). "It is a pullback in front of what is likely to be pretty bipartisan and hawkish remarks from the president," said Bob Shea, chief executive officer of TrimTabs Asset Management in New York. "I'm not surprised and it's happening at a time when markets are short term over bought, meaning due for some corrective action." Despite worsening relations between the world's two largest economies amid the coronavirus crisis, expectations of a quick post-pandemic recovery in the economy have driven the S&P 500 about 37 per cent higher from its March lows as it heads for a second straight month of gains. The benchmark … [Read more...] about Dow Jones retreats ahead of Trump’s response on Hong Kong
The success of these races could even lead to the continuation of the season on July 19 in Budapest, Hungary. “The two Formula One races on July 5 and 12 at Spielberg will be staged without spectators,” said Australia’s Health Minister Rudolph Anschober. … [Read more...] about Formula One set to resume after season openers receive government’s go-ahead: report
“We showed him a matrix of faces in a computer screen, most of them were right side up and one was upside down. In normal people the brain is immediately able to discover the upside-down image. But if only one is right side up and all the rest are upside down, the brain is unable to identify which is the right-side up face. We found that unlike normal people, he was better at discriminating inverted faces than upright faces. I suspect that this may be because his face recognition centre buried in the temporal lobes is only partially damaged. When the wave of neural activity first arrives, it cannot avoid triggering the partial activation and partial engagement of the face-recognition module — but given the damage in the module, it fails completely. If an upside down face is viewed, the triggering doesn’t occur so you are ‘allowed’ to switch strategies and try using other tricks — like point-by-point comparison of features to determine the extent of … [Read more...] about Visual perception is not just making a replica, says neuroscientist Vilayanur S. Ramachandran
New Delhi (India): As his government completes one year of its second term, Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a letter to the people of the country listed out several initiatives, achievements and big decisions taken by his government, while expressing confidence of victory in the country's battle against coronavirus. Prime Minister Modi was sworn-in for a second successive term on May 30 last year after leading BJP-led NDA to a landslide victory in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. The Prime Minister termed the day as "golden chapter" in the history of Indian democracy, pointing out that it was after several decades that the people of the country voted back a full-term government with a full majority. Untitled Carousel Lockdown 5: Amit Shah meets PM Modi, states ask for extension but with more relaxationsWith two days left for the fourth phase of the ongoing nationwide lockdown to end, Home Minister Amit Shah met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday to communicate suggestions from … [Read more...] about PM Narendra Modi writes to citizens on first anniversary of NDA 2.0 govt, says their affection has given new energy