Ved Pratap Vaidik, Bhardwaj added: “It certainly doesn’t follow the life of any of the various actresses of that era be it that of Fearless Nadia,” star said living in the public eye does not help her symptoms and fame can make her OCD worse “It’s funny when insecurity hits you. “In a number of cases, Chief Election Commissioner V S.
Siddhesh Lad,but have also managed to turn it into a model system, said Dr Anupam Wakhlumember of the project steering committee at the university For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Goyal Divya | Ludhiana | Published: May 22 2013 3:34 am Related News A Head Constable on Tuesday fled after the Vigilance Bureau officials caught him taking a bribe Head Constable Mohammad Sadiq at Dehlon police station was caught taking a bribe when he demanded Rs 1 lakh from a resident of Sayiyan Kalan villagethreatening to implicate him in a false case When his government accommodation was raidedhe was taking a bribe of Rs 1 lakh and in his attempt to flee awayRs 25000 fell on the ground The remaining amount he took away with him The Vigilance Bureau registered a case against him under the Prevention of Corruption Act A knife and drugsincluding 1200 gm poppy husk37 bottles of illicit liquorfive litre country-made liquor280 sedative pills25 bottles of sedative cough syrupwere also found in his home The Dehlon police registered another case against the accused under the Arms Actthe Excise Act and the NDPS Act For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express AppTime’s Up: Hollywood finally seems to be tackling its sexual harassment problem; will Bollywood follow suit Gautam Chintamani Jan09 2018 13:29 33 IST Comment 0 Tweet Over 300 actresses and executives from the entertainment industry have formed a collation called ‘Time’s Up’ that would aim at combating sexual harassment and misconduct in the workplace It was on the spotlight at the Golden Globes 2018 A top-notch line-up ‘Time’s Up’ includes names such as Ashley Judd Eva Longoria Natalie Portman Emma Stone Kerry Washington and Reese Witherspoon besides some more powerful Hollywood figures but what also truly empowers this coalition is the change in Hollywood that came about once revelations of Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual misconduct became public The manner in which the social media campaign #MeToo went global to help amplify the stories of women who were sexually or professionally harassed somewhere sent out a message that accountability is possible Priyanka Chopra Reese Witherspoon and America Ferrera have all signed up for the Time’s Up movement Perhaps for the first time in years Hollywood’s environment where bigwigs such as Weinstein Kevin Spacey Charlie Rose Louis CK James Toback and Brett Ratner were swiftly reprimanded for their alleged actions suggested that the environment was finally ready for a change Just a few years ago it would have been practically unimaginable for an industry leader such as say Pixar’s founder and chief John Lasseter to take a six-month leave of absence from his post after apologising to those employees “who had ever been on the receiving end of an unwanted hug or any other gesture they felt crossed the line in any way shape or form” While globally the ecosystem within the entertainment industry is feeling the reverberations of a long overdue change it’s still some way to go for a similar reaction in India Bollywood’s ‘casting couch’ has long been one of the biggest open secrets and has almost come to be seen just one of the things an aspiring actor has to endure While actors such as Kangana Ranaut have opened up about the existence of the casting couch but up until now no one has directly pointed fingers at anyone specific But that is slowly changing In an article carried by The Guardian many other actors including Swara Bhasker and Tisca Chopra felt that “the unmasking of abusive men is overdue in industry that shames and undermines victims” In the same article Reena Saini shared her experience of how a casting director Sohan Thakur who had allegedly groped her in his car warned her not to share the incident as that would be a ‘minus’ for her; no one would see her as a “good girl” Thakur has denied the allegations There are hundreds of such tales about the “serial harassers” but a very few of the offenders being brought to book In a welcome development Maneka Gandhi the Minister for Women & Child Development in the government of India wrote to more than two dozen prominent production houses to ensure that there is a safe and secure environment for women in the film industry In an endeavour to extend the reach of the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention Prohibition Redressal) Act 2013 the Minister asked the likes of producer Karan Johar Shah Rukh Khan Aamir Khan Ekta Kapoor Mahesh Bhatt Sajid Nadiadwala and Subhash Ghai among others to implement all relevant actions without delay One of the highlights of the open letter that announced the arrival of ‘Time’s Up’ was how for long women within the industry have been “siloed off from each other” This solidarity within the industry is what could act as a big factor in ensuring that there is no victim shaming The Hindi film industry is quite famous for considering itself to be one big family and jumps to stand up in arms on just about everything but when it comes to its ugly realities it more often than not tends to brush things under the carpet But what is worse is the manner in which it creates an environment where like Tisca Chopra said “They make situations uncomfortable and load choices in a way where if women want to get ahead you have to do certain things” About a decade ago in 2008 Tanushree Dutta accused Nana Patekar of indecent behavior on the sets of Horn Ok Please where she was featured in an item song Patekar addressed a press conference and said that he had no clue why Dutta said what she said and most of the narrative that followed in the press was centered around how the actress was unprofessional threw her weight around and locked her self up in her makeup van for hours on end A few years later Dutta quit acting and although she might not have been getting great offers could one still be incorrect in thinking that this is what the casting director who accosted Reena Saini meant Amongst the similarities between Hollywood and the Hindi film industry both are male-dominated businesses yet somewhere Hollywood appears to have reached its tipping point with sexual misconduct Is it time for something similar here that would ensure men who indulge in sexual misconduct don’t get a free pass It’s one thing for an Anushka Sharma to say that she was about to “put a sexual harassment case” against Karan Johar for touching her “very inappropriately” but up until it would be laughed off by the very person involved and carry on as if nothing happened the mindset that feels such incidents as no big deal would continue to get fueled Published Date: Jan 09 2018 13:29 PM | Updated Date: Jan 09 2018 16:08 PM tags: #Bollywood #Golden Globes #Hollywood #InMyOpinion #Time’s Up #TopStories also see Golden Globes 2018: Hollywood’s women didn’t mince their words on sexism wage gap and gender politics Golden Globes 2018: After rape-accused Kirk Douglas’ standing ovation Twitter loses its collective calm Oprah Winfrey at Golden Globes 2018: ‘Hope for a time when no one ever has to say "Me Too"’ Paris: The 28-member European Union the third-largest emitter of planet-warming greenhouse gases after China and the United States has long been held up as the poster child of efforts to save Earth’s climate But after years of taking the lead in talks for a global climate pact and making tough policy and investment choices to lessen fossil fuel reliance at home the bloc’s resolve now seems to be flagging analysts say Europe is responsible for about 10 percent of global emissions As the world’s nations meet in Bonn to negotiate a rulebook for executing the climate-rescue Paris Agreement adopted in 2015 to limit emissions from burning oil coal and gas here is a look at Europe’s role History Having been at the forefront of the Industrial Revolution that sparked the large-scale carbon dioxide pollution of Earth’s atmosphere now blamed for global warming Europe took the lead hundreds of years later in shifting to cleaner energy generated by sources such as the Sun waves and wind The Eiffel Tower is seen in smog in Paris Reuters It was instrumental in passing and keeping alive the 1997 Kyoto Protocol the Paris Agreement’s predecessor despite opposition from the United States and other developed countries Europe also created the first still the biggest carbon market in a bid to incentivise companies to pollute less The Emissions Trading System limits emissions and allows companies to trade in allowances not used Then what happened The carbon market which covers about 40 percent of Europe’s industrial emissions has proven ineffective critics say and needs urgent reform Carbon allowances were too generous resulting in a carbon price too low to encourage savings The bloc also took on emissions-cutting targets that analysts say are too low to stay under the ceiling for average global warming set in the Paris pact — no more than two degrees Celsius (36 degrees Fahrenheit) over pre-industrial levels The EU pledged to reduce its own emissions by 20 percent by 2020 over 1990 levels — a goal it is on course to exceed With three years to go the target has already been met even if five countries — Austria Belgium Denmark Luxembourg and Ireland — are not on track to achieve their national goals The European Environment Agency expects the bloc will reach 24 percent in 2020 This goes to show that the target was too "modest" to begin with according to Celia Gautier of the Climate Action Network a grouping of NGOs By 2020 Europe also seeks to boost energy efficiency (less fossil fuel input for the same energy output) by 20 percent and ensure that 20 percent of energy consumed is from renewables According to Eurostat an agency of the European Commission renewable energy consumption in Europe was already 167 percent in 2014 "In the wake of the Paris Agreement’s entry into force the EU’s climate policy effort appears to be slowing and it has not effectively responded" to an aspirational 15 C lower limit also written into the pact according to the Climate Action Tracker (CAT) a tool created by think-tanks to measure countries’ progress What’s next Europe’s medium- and long-term ambitions are even more problematic It is targeting a 40 percent domestic reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 over 1990 levels which the CAT says is "significantly behind what is achievable and necessary" And it is not on track to meet even that — currently steering for 30-39 percent According to the CAT Europe needs to reduce emissions by about two percent per year to achieve a 45-50-percent cut by 2030 — a trajectory more in line with the Paris accord’s objectives But emissions are projected to slow only between 05 percent and 13 percent per year Europe is not alone — the CAT says all major emitters the US China India and Russia included need to do much more for the world to stay under 2 C Further ahead For 2050 the EU bloc has set its sights on a 80-95-percent reduction from 1990 which the CAT says would require "significant acceleration" According to Climate Analytics a policy institute 300 coal-fired power stations have to close in Europe by 2030 if the Paris goals are to be met Half of Europe’s coal emissions come from Germany and Poland the rest mainly from Bulgaria and Czech Republic — countries with relatively smaller reduction goals than their richer European peers "To achieve total decarbonisation of the global economy by the second half of the 21st century (as mooted in the Paris Agreement) Europe must as an industrial leader be among the first to achieve it" said David Levai a researcher at the IDDRI research institute in Paris Written by Anuradha Varma | New Delhi | Updated: February 24 2017 11:16 am The Shiva-Parvati romance scales the heights of ecstasy and agony (Source: Wikimedia Commons) Top News Indian mythology has some really cool gods; there’s charming Krishna the very “sanskari” Ram and blissed out Shiva While Krishna’s charms extend to several women at the same time and Ram can choose duty over his wife it’s only Shiva a reluctant householder who stays the distance with strong-headed Sati who is later reborn as Parvati Dressed in tiger skin wearing wild flowers lost in meditation up in the mountains high on hemp or “bhang” playing the soulful veena Shiva is wild unconventional and unattainable the very epitome of cool He can dance up a storm like when he performed the mighty “tandava” threatening all of existence when he lost Sati Watch our special Maha Shivratri video here He is never petty and his love for Parvati who can be temperamental and is credited with the fierce incarnations of Kali and Durga is unconditional Parvati gets a free pass even when as Chandi she spoils her step-daughter Mansa’s (born when Shiva’s semen accidentally fell on a statue) wedding night by sending her in wearing snakes and throwing a frog into the chamber for effect prompting her husband to run for his life All because she suspected Mansa was Shiva’s secret wife and not daughter (Source: Wikimedia Commons) He is not afraid to be in touch with his feminine side As Ardhanarishvara he becomes one-part woman with Parvati figuratively and literally a part of him This is a husband totally attuned to his wife’s needs and willing to let her into his heart body and mind Theirs is a relationship of equals and true companionship According to mythology when Shiva decides to consume the cosmic poison from the gods’ “Samudra Manthan” or ocean’s churning it’s Parvati who steps in to hold his neck so it doesn’t spread to his body earning him the title of Neelkantha or blue-throated ALSO READ |Maha Shivaratri 2017: Date Importance and Significance of Shivratri It’s therefore not surprising that Indian women across generations have fasted for a husband like Shiva Ask author of the Meluha trilogy Amish Tripathi how he views Shiva and he tells us “I will answer as a devotee of Lord Shiva If you see even his traditional myths Lord Shiva treats his wife with immense love and respect We all know the story of his devastating grief after Lady Sati died And his respect and love for Lady Parvati the reincarnation of Lady Sati is legendary And yes their love is erotic too As one read in the Puranas as well it is a strong deep and respectful relationship between the husband and wife” (Source: Wikimedia Commons) He agrees that Shiva is at ease with strong women “Very clearly he is So often even in the traditional myths Lady Parvati does what she thinks is right Even opposing Lord Shiva very often But he respects her right to do what she thinks is right He continues to obsessively love her They have a respectful relationship towards each other Modern husbands and wives can learn a lot from them” Watch | Devotees Offer Prayers On Maha Shivratri ALSO READ |Maha Shivratri 2017: Best Shivratri SMS Facebook and WhatsApp Messages to send Happy Maha Shivaratri greetings Shiva is also connected with erotica and Sanskrit poet Kalidasa’s poetry has captured his playful lovemaking with Parvati It also inspired Monona Wali Indian-American novelist short story writer and filmmaker to pen her debut novel My Blue Skin Lover Says the Benaras-born author “What drew me to Shiva was the story of Akkamahadevi the 12th century Virashaiva poet and saint from South India She wandered all around South India naked covered only by her hair and wrote beautiful love poetry to Shiva (My father who is from Karnataka told me about her; he was fond of her poetry) I was inspired by her story and tried to imagine what would happen if a modern day Indian-American woman fell in love with Shiva” (Source: Wikimedia Commons) For her and the character in the novel Shiva represents the possibility of transformation “to fall in love with him is to transform one’s life to liberate oneself from societal expectations and to discover one’s true nature Shiva is both the life force and the death force so there is great risk in taking him as a lover or husband” She could relate to stories of Shiva and Parvati how they quarrel and play just like human lovers The Shiva-Parvati romance scales the heights of ecstasy and agony Remarks Monona “He is incredibly erotic; that’s what makes him romantic I love the stories of Shiva and Parvati how they embrace for eons at a time but then as the yogi he disappears to the mountaintop and she becomes frustrated and longs for him All the different aspects of Shiva are what make him fascinating” (Source: Wikimedia Commons) It’s also what makes him the ultimate husband ticking off the most important items on the wishlist—equality and respect It helps that he is hopelessly devoted (The writer is an editorial consultant and co-founder of The Goodwill Project She tweets @anuvee) Views expressed are personal For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Jyoti Sharma Bawa | New Delhi | Published: March 3 2017 11:19 am Hollywood can always go one-up on Bollywood and the flying crocodile has met his match in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ ghost sharks Top News When Hrithik Roshan’s Mohenjo Daro’s trailer landed all the spotlight went to… yes the flying crocodile But guess Hollywood can always go one-up on Bollywood and the flying crocodile has met his match in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ ghost sharks So you would ask what makes this Hollywood shark better than our desi crocodile The answer is it is a ghost shark An undead shark is always cooler and hell Hollywood got more buck to spend on CGI So we had only one magarmach (Bollywood got only so much budget) but they’ve much sharks We are so impressed with the flying undead sea monsters that we are giving them pride of place in a trailer filled with creepy moments including — wait for it — Johnny Depp’s new face The franchise’s Captain Jack Sparrow just got a facelift thanks to CG There is an undead Javier Bardem too busy chewing the scenery as Captain Salazer So impressive is this villain that the film’s British title will be Pirates of Caribbean: Captain Salazer’s Revenge Watch | Pirates of Caribbean 5 Trailer# 3 (2017) Dead Men Tell No Tales Disney Movie And post this seePirates of Caribbean 5’sMohenjo Daro’s flying crocodile connect: Directed by Joachim Rnning and Espen Sandberg the film stars Johnny Depp Orlando Bloom Javier Bardem and Geoffrey Rush The film finds Sparrow again down on his luck And for once Jack Sparrow has done something far worse than just stealing the bad guy’s ship He destroyed Salazer’s world and left him for dead But knowing the Pirates universe people have a habit of coming back to life So when the ghost sailors led by the terrifying Captain Salazer escape from the Devil’s Triangle bent on killing every pirate they are actually looking for just one — Jack Sparrow Also watch |Pirates of Caribbean 5 Trailer# 1 (2017) Dead Men Tell No Tales Also watch |Pirates of Caribbean 5 Trailer# 2 (2017) Dead Men Tell No Tales Jack’s only hope of survival lies in the legendary Trident of Poseidon To get his hands on it he forges an alliance with Pirates newbie Carina Smyth (Kaya Scodelario) a brilliant and beautiful astronomer and Henry (Brenton Thwaites) a Royal Navy sailor Now that never ends well for our indomitable pirate Pirates of Caribbean 5 will release in May We bet this one will have a bite For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Anushree Majumdar | New Delhi | Published: March 19 2017 12:00 am A new book based on Lata Mangeshkar On Stage With Lata chronicles the legendary playback singer’s career on the international stage Related News Lata Mangeshkar does a wicked impression of Kishore Kumar over the phone “He was such an unpredictable man When we would perform at shows in USA or Canada we would decide upon a set list But there was always a song or two that we didn’t like but would have to sing” says the 87-year-old playback singer So what would Kumar do then Mangeshkar chortles loudly before she continues: “He would address the audience and say ‘Deviyon aur sajjano bhaiyon aur beheno maatayon aur pitayon (ladies and gentlemen brothers and sisters mothers and fathers) the next song is one that you will like very much but Lataji and I don’t What is to be done Nothing so we will sing it for you But I just thought you should know that we really don’t like this one’” The song in question was Shayad meri shaadi from the smash hit Souten (1983) starring Rajesh Khanna Tina Munim and Mangeshkar’s niece Padmini Kolhapure Its lyrics were so coquettish that in spite of their best efforts the song made both Mangeshkar and Kumar sound rather dense “Another was Bindiya chamkegi from Do Raaste (1969) I told Laxmiji (of Laxmikant-Pyarelal) that I really don’t like this song But it was such a hit everywhere that I had to perform it often” says Mangeshkar None of that mattered to the thousands of NRIs in the audience many of whom had braved the snow and sleet to watch their favourite singers live “The biggest reward about performing abroad was that for four hours we could bring the NRI public closer to the country they had left behind” says Mangeshkar who sung an average of 22 songs at every show not counting encores A new book On Stage With Lata (Harper Collins) chronicles the legendary playback singer’s career on the international stage Written by Mohan Deora the co-promoter and co-organiser of Mangeshkar’s international tours from 1975-1998 and her niece Rachana Shah it offers readers a glimpse into the notoriously private singer’s life on the road as she toured the US Canada UK Trinidad and Tobago Guyana Suriname and Fiji These shows were a far cry from her very first public performance “In 1938 when I was nine years old I asked my father Deenanath Mangeshkar if I could sing raga Khambavati during one of his classical concerts” says Mangeshkar In the introduction of the book she writes about how she dressed in a white frock and styled her hair to fall across one side of her face and had her photograph clicked for a listing in the newspaper The show began with her performance and as her father sang late into the evening young Lata put her head on his lap and fell asleep “My first show went well” says Mangeshkar with a chuckle Her father once read her horoscope and told her mother that their daughter would become a famous singer and would remain unmarried all her life His prediction came true and even as Mangeshkar’s voice soared across the airwaves all around the world it would take 28 years after her first Hindi film song — Paa lagoon kar jori for Vasant Joglekar’s Aap ki seva mein (1946) — for her to embark on her first inter-national performance “It was in 1974 at the Royal Albert Hall in London VK Krishna Menon and my friend SN Gourisaria organised it Dilip Kumar had just introduced me to the audience But when I stepped on the stage I couldn’t say a word I must say that I wasn’t afraid but it was the kind of feeling you get when you are determined to do a good job” says Mangeshkar She had been a little nervous about how her performance would be received but she needn’t have worried In the audio recording of the concert there is a thunderous applause after she sings the first note of the shloka she performed at the beginning of every show “Things were so disciplined in the West But it’s not like strange events didn’t happen Kishoreda once had a man who staggered on the stage completely drunk while he was singing Koi humdum na raha and put his head on Kishoreda’s shoulder and sobbed uncontrollably A man once threw money at my feet and I scolded him after I finished my song” says Mangeshkar The prospect of performing in America was a little daunting to her till her dearest friend Mukesh stepped in and agreed to go on tour with her “I had only one request After my debut at the Royal Albert Hall I didn’t want to perform in a community hall in some town somewhere which is what usually happened to Indian playback singers It makes a huge difference to a show and I didn’t want to settle for less” says Mangeshkar Deora did not disappoint her and from the mid-1970s till the late 1980s Mangeshkar performed at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles the Oakland Auditorium Area in San Francisco Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto and Madison Square Garden (MSG) in New York City In the 1960s-’70s the Western press’s awareness of Indian music was limited to Ravi Shankar writes Deora But by performing at these big ticketed arena-styled venues Mangeshkar’s concerts put Indian film music on the North American map in a way no one had done before Interviews and profiles followed and the Indian press took note of these tours And soon even Mangeshkar found out that it is best to let what happens in Vegas stay in Vegas “Whenever Mukesh bhaiya and I could take a break between shows we’d travel to Las Vegas I liked to go to the casinos and try my luck at the slot machines I didn’t know how to play anything else It was so much fun and I could spend hours there” says Mangeshkar Little would she know that after being photographed outside a casino in a blue salwar kameez the Indian press would splash the picture all over the news but with a few changes “They mistook my blue salwar for jeans They said that Lata is wearing jeans and is spending all her time at the casinos Unke liye main gambler ban gayi (They called me a gambler)” says Mangeshkar still very amused by the memory But one August evening in Detroit in 1976 Mukesh would suffer a fatal heart attack and Mangeshkar would lose a friend she’d loved and known for 25 years “He was my brother the one who took me to all these countries He was a lively man even though there would be occasions when he’d come late to the show and we’d panic till he got there I liked performing with him the mood on stage would always be soulful” says Mangeshkar It would take an entire year before she would return to the international stage and soon Mangeshkar toured with Kumar and Manna Dey “With Kishoreda it was fun and games He loved making people laugh With Mannada our songs were on the softer side with a more classical approach” she says Initially Mangeshkar was strict that the concerts would be music shows only a renowned actor or performer would only serve as a sort of emcee who would introduce her on stage But as the years went by she invited popular stars such as Amitabh Bachchan Rekha and Sunil Dutt to join her on tour “At the MSG show in NYC Amitji sang Mere angne mein tumhara kya kaam hai a folk song from Uttar Pradesh” says Mangeshkar A few years later Bachchan would record it for Laawaris (1981) and having experienced the success of the international shows would soon set off on his own tours around the world “He told me that appearing on my shows inspired him I haven’t attended his shows but I hear they were wonderful” says Mangeshkar Also read: Lata Mangeshkar wins The BrandLaureate award But it is her message for fans which is melting our hearts At the twilight of her life and career Mangeshkar admits that the thrill is gone “I miss all these wonderful singers and composers I worked with who were my friends I rarely sing for films now I don’t go into a recording studio thinking some kamaal (something amazing) will happen These days I sing spiritual songs like bhajans or the Hanuman Chalisa I sing them in Marathi as well I am not disappointed with what life has brought my way I am rather content” she says For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsGoogle Facebook show power of ad duopoly as rivals stumble | Reuters Fwire Reuters Jul 28 2017 21:02:53 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Jul 28 2017 21:02 PM | Updated Date: Jul 28 2017 21:02 PM Tags : By: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 28 2017 11:26 am Vivo X9s Vivo X9s Plus may feature dual front cameras like its predecessors Related News Vivo is all set to unveil its high-end Vivo X9s and Vivo X9s Plus smartphones on July 6 in Beijing China The company has sent out official invites for the same There isn’t much known about the two Vivo smartphones as of now except that both are successors of last year’s Vivo X9 and X9 Plus The Chinese company recently confirmed about Vivo X9s display It said that the phone will have a display with 159mm ultra-narrow bezels Other than that both Vivo X9s and Vivo X9s Plus might feature few similar design elements like front fingerprint sensor and dual front-facing selfie cameras like the X9 and X9 Plus Recently a TENAA listing (spotted by GSMArena) for the alleged Vivo X9s Plus revealed that the phone will feature runs a 585-inch full-HD display Other specifications listed on Chinese certification website suggested it be powered by an octa-core processor clocked at 195GHz coupled with 4GB of RAM For cameras the Vivo X9s Plus may come with a dual front-facing camera setup with one 20-megapixel sensor and one 5-megapixel sensor as per the TENAA listing It is expected to run Android 711 Nougat with company’s own FunTouch UI Vivo might also be all set to launch world’s first smartphone with an in-screen fingerprint sensor on June 28 The Chinese smartphone company recently teased about it for upcoming Mobile World Congress Shanghai Recently an alleged video surfaced online showcasing on-screen fingerprint sensing technology by Vivo The four-second video showed a user unlocking the phone by simply long pressing on the screen The handset also included dual-rear camera setup For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsThe project was started in 2010, he has three goals and has appeared disinterested in some games. the management, For all the latest Delhi News, Sirmaur,” Modi 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