Redmi K20, Redmi 7A, Redmi 7 Kernel Sources Released, Available on GitHub – NDTV News

Redmi K20, Redmi 7A, Redmi 7 Kernel Sources Released, Available on GitHub

Redmi K20 sports a triple rear camera setup

Redmi K20, Redmi 7, and Redmi 7A kernel sources are now available on GitHub. The Redmi K20 and Redmi 7A were launched in May last month, and the Redmi K20 is expected to launch in India soon. The was recently officially launched in Europe. The Redmi 7 on the other hand was launched in China in March, before being made available in India in May. Kernel source is an important part of the custom ROM development process for developers. Recently, Redmi K20 Pro and Mi Mix 3 5G smartphone’s kernel source were also made available by Xiaomi.

The kernel source for the Redmi K20, Redmi 7A, and Redmi 7 are now available to developers via Github. With Xiaomi releasing kernel source for these devices, developers can get to work like porting custom recovery for these devices. With a custom recovery, users who like to tinker with their smartphones will be able to flash different ROMs on their devices and it will help developers in building custom ROMs as well.

The Redmi K20 was launched in China last month, and is confirmed to arrive in India in about four weeks. India chief Manu Kumar Jain has been dropping confirmation regularly about the arrival of the phone in the Indian market. The Redmi 7A was also launched in China last month, and should hopefully arrive in international markets soon. On the other hand, as we mentioned, the Redmi 7 was launched in China in March, and was brought to India in May.

Mi 9T With Snapdragon 730 SoC, 20-Megapixel Pop-Up Selfie Camera Launched

As mentioned, the Redmi K20 Pro kernel source was also made available earlier this month, alongside the kernel source for Mi Mix 3 5G.

The Redmi K20 features a 6.39-inch full-HD+ (1080×2340 pixels) AMOLED display that comes with an in-display fingerprint sensor. Under the hood, the phone has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 SoC, a triple rear camera setup that houses a 48-megapixel primary sensor, a 13-megapixel secondary sensor with a wide-angle lens, and an 8-megapixel tertiary sensor with an f/2.4 lens. Additionally, there is a 20-megapixel sensor on the pop-up camera module for selfies and video chat. The Redmi K20 has up to 256GB of inbuilt storage. Besides, the phone packs a 4,000mAh battery that supports 18W fast charging tech.


Amit Shah Set to Present His First Bill in Lok Sabha Today on Jammu and Kashmir Quota – News18

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Shah will also deliver his maiden speech in the Lower House after introducing the bill which had earlier been enforced as an ordinance.

Amit Shah Set to Present His First Bill in Lok Sabha Today on Jammu and Kashmir Quota
File photo of BJP chief Amit Shah.

New Delhi: Union home minister Amit Shah is set to table the Jammu and Kashmir Reservation Amendment Bill in Lok Sabha on Monday, becoming his first legislative business in Parliament after election.

The BJP president will also deliver his maiden speech in the Lower House after introducing the bill which had earlier been enforced as an ordinance. The Union cabinet had approved ‘The Jammu and Kashmir Reservation (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019’ on February 28 and it was cleared by President Ram Nath Kovind.

The bill proposes to give reservation in educational institutions and government jobs to those living within 10 km of the International Border in Jammu on a par with people living along the Line of Control in Kashmir.

This would lead to reservation of state government jobs for Jammu and Kashmir youths, who are from economically weaker sections belonging to any religion or caste.

Union law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad is also expected to table the Aadhaar and Other Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2019.

The bill, which will replace an ordinance issued in March and proposes stiff penalties for violation of norms, proposes giving a child an option to exit from the biometric ID programme on attaining 18 years of age.

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Tamannaah buys ridiculously expensive flat in Mumbai; a look back at Shahid Kapoor, Deepika Padukone’s luxurious homes – DNA India

Not only Tamannaah Bhatia, other Bollywood celebrities have also shelled out a lot of money behind having luxurious homes

Bollywood and luxury go hand-in-hand. Various celebrtiies live like a king/queen and are ready to spend as much as required for that kind of lifestyle. One such example is of actress Tamanaah Bhatia, who has shelled out a lot of money for her new house in Mumbai.

DNA After Hrs reported how Tamannaah Bhatia of Bahubali fame recently bought a flat for Rs 80,778 per sqft in Versova, which is actually double the price from the actual rate. She even paid Rs 99.60 lakh as stamp duty for the registration of the flat.

The flat she bought is located on the 14th floor of the building named Bayview located at Juhu-Versova Link road. The building is 22 storeys high and has two car parks in the package. She is currently living in Lokhandwala Complex. But not only Tamaanaah, various other Bollywood celebrities like Shahid Kapoor, John Abraham, Deepika Padukone, Anushka Sharma, Sushant Singh Rajput and Priyanka Chopra have spent huge amount of money behind building a house.

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US Cyber Attacks On Iranian Targets Not Successful, Says Iran Minister – NDTV News

The minister claimed US cyber attacks against Iranian targets have not been successful (Representational)

LONDON: 

U.S. cyber attacks against Iranian targets have not been successful, Iran’s telecoms minister said on Monday, within days of reports that the Pentagon had launched a long-planned cyber attack to disable his country’s rocket launch systems.

Tension runs high between longtime foes Iran and the United States after U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday said he called off a military strike to retaliate for the Middle East nation’s downing of an unmanned U.S. drone.

On Thursday, however, the Pentagon launched a long-planned cyber attack, Yahoo News said, citing former intelligence officials. The cyber strike disabled Iranian rocket launch systems, the Washington Post said on Saturday.

“They try hard, but have not carried out a successful attack,” Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi, Iran’s minister for information and communications technology, said on social network Twitter.

“Media asked if the claimed cyber attacks against Iran are true,” he said. “Last year we neutralised 33 million attacks with the (national) firewall.”

Azari Jahromi called attacks on Iranian computer networks “cyber-terrorism”, referring to Stuxnet, the first publicly known example of a virus used to attack industrial machinery, which targeted Iran’s nuclear facilities in November 2007.

Stuxnet, widely believed to have been developed by the United States and Israel, was discovered in 2010 after it was used to attack a uranium enrichment facility in the Iranian city of Natanz.

Washington accused Tehran of stepping up cyber attacks.

Officials have detected a rise in “malicious cyber activity” directed at the United States by people tied to the Iranian government, Chris Krebs, director of the Department of Homeland Security’s cybersecurity agency, said on Saturday on Twitter.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

20 years of Kargil war: IAF turns Gwalior Air Base into ‘war theatre’, reenacts milestones – The Hindu

Commemorating 20 years of the Kargil War, the IAF on Monday turned the Gwalior air base virtually into a conflict theatre, with dramatic reenactment of some of the milestones of the operation in 1999.

In a symbolic ‘recreation’ of the Tiger Hill attack in Jammu and Kashmir’s Drass-Kargil area, the air force used the Mirage 2000 aircraft and explosives were blown up on a ‘model hill’ to recreate the crucial events of the war.

The chief guest for the event is Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa.

The IAF has planned several activities at the air base to commemorate the 20 years of the war and the symbolic ‘recreation’ of the Tiger Hill attack was one of them.

Five Mirage 2000, two MiG 21s and one Sukoi 30 MKI were on static display at the base.

Mirage 2000 supersonic Aircraft over the Agra-Lucknow Expressways in formation nrar Bangarmau at Unnao district about 80 kms from Lucknow in a touch and go exercise involving 17 fighter aircrafts on October 24, 2017.

Mirage 2000 supersonic Aircraft over the Agra-Lucknow Expressways in formation nrar Bangarmau at Unnao district about 80 kms from Lucknow in a touch and go exercise involving 17 fighter aircrafts on October 24, 2017.  
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One of the Mirage 2000s showcased the Spice bomb carrier. The bomb was used in the Balakot airstrike in February.

“The Kargil conflict offers an exemplary experience in the use of air power in warfare in high mountains conditions and is key to full understanding of India’s emerging posture,” a senior IAF official said.

Several gallantry award winners, both serving and retired, who had participated in ‘Operation Vijay’, are attending the event.

The Indian armed forces displayed exceptional valour to successfully dislodged the enemy from the strategic hill in the Drass-Kargil area, an official said.

The Mirage-2000 aircraft played a crucial role in the battles fought during the war and also hit enemy targets bunkered in at the Tiger Hill.

During the war, the IAF had conducted operation Safed Sagar as a part of operation Vijay of the army.

A number of events has been planned by the army in Delhi and Dras in Jammu and Kashmir next month to mark the 20th anniversary of the ‘Kargil Vijay Diwas’, officials had earlier said.

The anniversary celebrations for this year will be spread over three days from July 25-27.

“However, as part of the build up to the main event, numerous activities have been planned to be organised all over the country from the first week of July,” an official said.

The celebrations in the national capital will begin on July 14 with the illumination of a ‘Victory Flame’ from the National War Memorial in Delhi, which would traverse through 11 towns and cities to finally culminate at Dras where it will be merged with the eternal flame at the ‘Kargil War Memorial’, he said.

The objective of these celebrations is to evoke feeling of patriotism through nationwide campaigns especially amongst youth and to pay homage to the valiant soldiers.

“The Kargil War will always be remembered for its strategic and tactical surprises, the self-imposed national strategy of restraint in keeping the war limited to Kargil-Siachen sectors, and the swiftly executed tri-services military strategy and plans,” the Army had said.

“Hum Toh Doobe Hain Sanam….”: Gulbadin Naib’s Cheeky Warning To Bangladesh – NDTV News

"Hum Toh Doobe Hain Sanam....": Gulbadin Naib

Afghanistan captain Gulbadin Naib reacts at the press conference © AFP

Afghanistan can take a lot of pride from their performances at the World Cup 2019, specially from their batting efforts against heavyweights England and India. While Afghanistan are left with only pride to play for at the World Cup 2019, their skipper Gulbadin Naib has made his intentions clear and said he will look to spoil other team’s party. In a press conference ahead of the Bangladesh vs Afghanistan World Cup 2019 match on Monday, Gulbadin Naib issued a cheeky warning for Bangladesh and said, “Hum to doobe hain sanam, tujhe bhi lekay doobengay”. (We are already drowned, we will drown you also.)

Afghanistan gave World Cup 2019 favourites India a might scare with their approach in the chase. The minnows fell short by only 11 runs chasing a modest total of 225 runs.

The spin trio of Rashid Khan, Mujeeb Ur Rahman and Mohammad Nabi also registered economical figures against India. But their premier spinner Rashid Khan has failed to live up to the billing at the World Cup 2019 as he has been pretty inconsistent in the tournament.

With three matches still to play at the quadrennial, Afghanistan will look to put their best foot forward against every opposition.

After Bangladesh, the Naib-led side are slated to face Pakistan before they conclude their World Cup 2019 against a power-hitting West Indies.

Afghanistan are currently bottom-placed at the World Cup 2019 points table with no success from their six outings.

Councillors who joined BJP will face consequences, warns TMC – Hindustan Times

The Trinamool Congress (TMC) on Sunday sought to downplay its councillors joining the BJP and said that they would face the “consequences.”

“A very few members from panchayats and municipalities have joined the BJP because of their ulterior motives and selfish vested interests. They have done this with the hope that their misdeeds and crimes will be washed away. They are mistaken,” TMC said in a statement.

The ruling party said that its former members would not be spared for the “crimes” they have committed.

It said: “If there has been wrongdoing on anyone’s part, he will have to face the consequences even though he has the backing of the BJP.”

Several TMC MLAs and over 50 municipal councillors have joined the BJP after it made deep inroads in West Bengal in the recent Lok Sabha polls.

(This story has been published from a wire agency feed without modifications to the text. Only the headline has been changed.)

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Jun 24, 2019 08:57 IST

Pakistan vs South Africa, ICC World Cup 2019: Pakistan condemn woeful South Africa to World Cup exit – Times of India

WORLD CUP

LONDON: Haris Sohail, who scored just eight in Pakistan’s first match of this World Cup against West Indies at Nottingham, was dropped after the defeat.

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Recalled after four matches, the left-hander made amends by smashing a 59-ball 89 (9×4, 3×6) to help the team script a convincing 50-run win in a do-or-die game against South Africa at Lord’s on Sunday.

With just their second win from six games, Pakistan managed to stay alive in the tournament. The defeat, their fifth in this tournament, on the other hand sent South Africa crashing out.

On Sunday, Pakistan dropped at least five catches, but then produced a moment of brilliance as pacer Wahab Riaz sent Chris Morris back with a curving yorker that crashed into the bottom of the leg stump. Wahab took two more scalps with his deadly fuller deliveries.

World Cup: Haris Sohail stars in Pakistan’s clinical win over South Africa

Haris’ 59-ball 89 steals the show

With 9 fours and 3 sixes, Haris’ knock in the last 15 overs of Pakistan’s innings was fittingly compared to Jos Buttler’s by skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed, as it took their team to an intimidating total of 308/7. (AFP Photo)

Pakistani openers shine at the top

It was only in the 15th over when Imran Tahir dismissed Fakhar Zaman (44), breaking the quick-paced 81-run partnership- but the damage had been done already. Imam-ul-Haq played a similar innings of 44, before falling to the leg-spinner as well. (AFP Photo)

Babar Azam lays platform for death overs

Coming in at No.3 is the Pakistan team’s best batsman, Babar Azam, who played a resonsible innings of 69 off 80 balls, getting out only in the 42nd over, when the stage was perfect for pinch hitter Haris to continue the carnage. (AFP Photo)

Amir, DRS dismiss Hashim Amla early

Mohammad Amir’s first ball proved to be too good for Hashim Amla, as he walked back to the dressing room with only 2 runs to his name. (AP Photo)

Quinton de Kock and Faf du Plessis build the chase

Q de Kock (47) and Faf du Plessis (63) tried to get things going for the Proteas, before 20th and 30th over respectively. (Reuters Photo)

Phehlukwayo’s unbeaten 46 goes in vain

After disappointing knocks from der Dussen (36) and Miller (31), Phehlukwayo’s keen 46 off 32 balls brought South Africa away from a humiliating defeat, even as he watched his team losing yet another match in the tournament. (AFP Photo)

Riaz picks out the sting from the tail

Three fast, swinging balls, bowling over Morris, Rabada and Ngidi- Wahab Riaz’s reputation in the death overs was consolidated as he clinically destroyed the South African tail-end. (AFP Photo)

South Africa outclassed in both batting and bowling

A comfortable 49-run victory gives Sarfaraz Ahmed’s side a much-needed break from the heavy on-going criticism, as they look to carry their momentum in their last two games against New Zealand and Afghanistan. (AFP Photo)

Apart from Sohail, Babar Azam (69, 80b, 7×4), leggie Shadab Khan (3-50) and Mohammad Aamir (2-49) contributed handsomely to Pakistan’s morale boosting win. With 15 wickets under his belt, Amir, now the leading wicket-taker in this World Cup along with Jofra Archer and Mitchell Starc, sizzled again. He could’ve had a third, but dropped David Miller of his own bowling.

Sohail’s power-packed play at No. 5 was exactly what Pakistan was missing in their defeats against India and Australia. After Imam-ul-Haq and Fakhar Zaman, who scored 44 each, provided the side with a fluent 81-run start in 89 balls, Babar and Sohail, who scored his maiden World Cup fifty, added 81 in just 68 balls, as the middle order provided momentum to the innings. Towards the end, allrounder Imad Wasim chipped in with a 15-ball 23 to boost the total.

The Proteas again suffered due to the poor form of their star pacers,
Kagiso Rabada and
Lungi Ngidi. Rabada was taken for 65 off his 10 overs, while Ngidi took three wickets, but conceded 64.

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ICC World Cup 2019: No. 4 returns as No. 1 concern for India – Times of India

WORLD CUP

SOUTHAMPTON: India averted a minor catastrophe on Saturday when they sneaked to an 11-run win over Afghanistan at the Hampshire Bowl here. The dramatic win, capped by
Mohammed Shami‘s brilliant hat-trick, the last act in an absorbing play, kept India’s unbeaten record in the tournament intact. Some hiccups against Afghanistan apart, they are well on their way to the semifinals.

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But the story would have received a wicked twist had Shami and Jasprit Bumrah had not bailed India out with some sensational limited overs bowling. India were also helped by the inexperience and nervousness of Afghanistan batsmen some of whom played atrocious shots to get out even when the match was well within grasp.

The Indian batsmen had put their team in real bother after plodding to 224/8 batting first. Captain Virat Kohli was just about the only batter who batted without trouble on a tricky, but not unplayable, pitch. The rest found Afghanistan’s spinners almost impossible to get away.

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More than anything, India’s middle order was exposed once again. The combined brilliance of Kohli,
Rohit Sharma and
Shikhar Dhawan has managed to hide the frailties of the middle order so far. But with Dhawan out with an injury now, if both Sharma and Kohli fail on the same day, the team will be under real pressure. There will be those odd days when the middle order would be called upon to get the job done. One hopes, it will rise to the challenge then.

All’s well that ends well. But sometimes, questions remain long after the final rites have been completed. Allrounder Vijay Shankar is a game trier who has the backing of the team management. He is there to perform a role. But is he a good enough batsman to bat for India at No. 4? His limited batting abilities do not inspire much confidence. And if he does not have to bowl a single over in a game — as happened on Saturday — then his utility value diminishes even further.

MS Dhoni’s inability to rotate the strike during his 52-ball 28 in the later stages of the innings and the failure of the lower order meant India were at least 20 to 30 runs short of what would have been a par total.

India probably need to take a look at the batting line-up. Rishabh Pant has joined the squad and he could be an option. In fact, the Afghanistan game was the right time to get him a game as the sixth bowler was not needed against the minnows. If Pant gets going, India will have a player who can force the pace in the middle and final overs. Also, since there is no left-hander in the batting order after Dhawan’s departure, Pant also brings that dimension into equation.

The Indian middle order needs to perform with more authority and panache.
Hardik Pandya is the only one who is looking to take the bull by the horns. Pant is one player who has the strokes and attitude to play impact knocks. The problem is since
Dinesh Karthik was selected ahead of Pant, the team management may find it tricky to play the latter ahead of the former.

Karthik is a better outfielder than Pant and has loads of experience. And as Kohli has said, every player in the squad has been picked with a clear objective in mind. Surely, there is a role for Karthik too. But his time has to come for that.

The team is on a roll, having already outplayed teams like Australia, South Africa and Pakistan. But we would have been in deep trouble if the trio of Kohli, Sharma and Dhawan had not performed in these games. The overdependence on these batsmen is not in the team’s best interests.

Afghanistan allowed India to escape. A top side will pounce on the opportunity.

ISS crew after completing 204-day mission aboard to land today, how to watch LIVE stream – News Nation

After landing, the crew will return by helicopter to the recovery staging area in Karaganda, Kazakhstan

After landing, the crew will return by helicopter to the recovery staging area in Karaganda, Kazakhstan

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NASA astronauts Anne McClain, Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko and Canadian Space Agency astronaut David Saint-Jacques on the International Space Station are scheduled to conclude their stay aboard the orbiting laboratory on Monday. The astronauts will undock from the station at 4.55 am IST and land near Dzhezkazgan, Kazakhstan at 08.17 am on June 25. “The crew is completing a 204-day mission spanning 3,264 orbits of the Earth and a journey of 86.4 million miles. When they land, Kononenko will have logged 737 days in space on his four flights, putting him in sixth place on the all-time list of space travelers for cumulative time. McClain and Saint-Jacques will be completing their first flights into space. Saint-Jacques’ mission will be the longest single spaceflight by a Canadian astronaut,” NASA in a statement said.

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Live coverage of their return will begin at 1.00 am on NASA Television and the agency’s website. You can directly go to the space agency website to watch the live stream.

After landing, the crew will return by helicopter to the recovery staging area in Karaganda, Kazakhstan, where McClain and Saint-Jacques will board a NASA plane for their return to Houston, and Kononenko will return to his home in Star City, Russia.

Also on June 24, NASA TV will broadcast live coverage of the launch of the Department of Defence’s Space Test Program-2 (STP-2) mission on a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket from Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Centre in Florida. The STP-2 mission will carry four NASA payloads including scientific instruments and technology demonstrations to test the performance of non-toxic spacecraft fuel and an advanced atomic clock to improve spacecraft navigation.

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At the time of undocking, Expedition 60 will begin aboard the station, with NASA Flight Engineers Nick Hague and Christina Koch and Commander Ovchinin comprising a three-person crew until the next residents launch July 20 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Andrew Morgan of NASA, Alexander Skvortsov of Roscosmos, and Luca Parmitano of ESA (European Space Agency) will launch aboard Soyuz MS-13 to join Expedition 60 after a six-hour journey to the station.  

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