Month: August 2017

The Harry Potter films gave us Alan Rickman as Severus Snape but aren’t a patch on the books

The Harry Potter films gave us Alan Rickman as Severus Snape but aren’t a patch on the books

There’s a point in Harry Potter and the mystery of when Ginny Weasley is looking to tie the Harry Potter laces in the den. As for the movie, I wanted to throw my hands in despair and shout, “What! Why ?!”

You will not find this stupid scene in the books. Even if you were to use a Developer (this shiny red gum makes visible writing invisible). Ginny in the books would not join the person shoelaces, could even move in place.

Few movies can do justice to a number of books, especially as rich as the Harry Potter novels of JK Rowling. As a reader, I have definite ideas about how Hogwarts and Escalators should look, Cedric Diggory resembles Edward Cullen (no, he is not) and how they cry when Mandrakes come out of the ground. A friend and I had a long discussion about Sirius’ pronunciation – she insisted it was Cyrus, and I could not believe it was “serious.” (I won, in case you asked).

We all have versions of our beloved books in our heads. Some adaptations, such as the play of the Throne series, are close to doing justice to their literary roots. This match is possible on a television show that spans several episodes instead of being wrinkled in the 120 minute editions. By contrast, the film Percy Jackson were almost a mess compared to the fun and fantasy books of Rick Riordan.

For Potterheads, there is always a discussion between endless arguing about how movies are not a patch on the pounds while devouring just to get an extra goal from the magical world. Movies were a way to remember and review the books we all like. No movies, Alan Rickman would not have been burned in our collective memory as Severus Snape.

Popular movie adaptation books tend to define the dominant visual cues for fans. The younger generation always think of Daniel Radcliffe when they think of the child he lived, rather than illustrations of Jim Kay or Mary GrandPré in novels. Whether it’s figurines or coloring books, they’re all movie-based. Even the wizard Harry Potter in the United States and Harry Potter World in London are organized by the producer, Warner Bros. studio.

Potterheads have their favorite books absolute scenes that are often mercilessly cut on the assembly table. For example, where is the wonderful story behind Map of the Marauder, and how Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire can continue to say that the hack Rita Skeeter is an unregistered Animagus? Do not even make me start with the ease with which the maze was in the final task of the Three Wizards’ Tournament.

One of my hobbies is that filmmakers Ron Weasley cut down on a buddy. In books, it has all the fun lines and is loyal to a bug. His insecurities, on the other hand, show his vulnerable side, something that is totally excluded from the films. This is why we should not judge the book by its film.

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Full text: USA is ‘primary partner’ for India’s transformation, says Modi in Washington

Full text: USA is ‘primary partner’ for India’s transformation, says Modi in Washington

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump read short statements at the White House Rose Garden after an individual meeting was held in the Oval Office on Monday. In statements, Trump said that India now has a “true friend” in the White House, while Modi highlighted the US. As a “key partner” for the transformation of India. Full statements of the two leaders, as recorded by the White House, are as follows:

TRIUNFO PRESIDENT: Thank you. Modi’s Prime Minister, thank you for coming here today. It is a great honor to welcome the world’s largest democracy leader to the White House.

I have always had a great admiration for his country and its people, and a deep appreciation for its rich culture, heritage and traditions. This summer, India will celebrate the 70th anniversary of its independence and on behalf of the United States, I congratulate the Indians of this magnificent milestone in the life of their very incredible nation.

During my campaign, he promised that, if elected, India would have a true friend in the White House. And now it’s exactly what you, a true friend. The friendship between the US And India is based on shared values, including our common commitment to democracy. Not many people know this, but the constitutions of the United States and India begin with the same three beautiful words: we the people.

The Prime Minister and I understand the crucial importance of these words, which helps form the basis of cooperation between our two countries. Relations between countries are stronger when they are dedicated to the interests of those we serve. And after our meetings today, I would say that the relationship between India and the United States has never been stronger, it has never been better.

I am proud to announce to the media, Americans and Indians, that the Prime Minister of Modi and are world leaders in social networks – (laughs) – we believe – give citizens the opportunity of our country to listen directly to their Elected representatives and listen directly. I think it is very good in both cases.

I am delighted to welcome you, Indian Prime Minister Modi and for everything you do together. Their achievements were enormous. The economy of India is the fastest growing in the world. We hope that we will catch very soon in terms of percentage increase, I have to tell you. We are working on it.

In just two weeks, you will begin to apply the greatest tax review of your country’s history – we also do it by going for great opportunities for your citizens. You have a great vision to improve infrastructure, and fight against government corruption, which remains a serious threat to democracy.

Together, our countries can help to chart an optimistic path in the future, which unleashes the power of new technologies, new infrastructure and the enthusiasm and excitement of working people very, very dynamic.

I look forward to working with you, Mr. Prime Minister, to create jobs in our countries, to develop our economies and create a fair and reciprocal trade relationship. It is important to remove barriers to the export of US products in their markets and we are reducing our trade deficit with their country.

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Narendra Modi and Trump pledge to destroy ‘radical Islamic terrorism’

Narendra Modi and Trump pledge to destroy ‘radical Islamic terrorism’

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump have pledged to destroy “radical Islamic terrorism” after their first meeting on Monday. It is also the first time Trump has organized a working dinner for a foreign dignitary at the White House.

At a joint briefing following their individual meeting and the White House delegation’s discussions, Modi said: “We have talked about terrorism, extremism and radicalization and have agreed to cooperate on this issue.” The leaders did not respond to media questions later.

Trump has described India as a “true friend” of the White House was “the economy is experiencing the fastest growth in the world.” He said: “We hope we will catch up with us very soon.” The President of the United States also praised Modi as Prime Minister. “You do a good job. Economically, India is doing very well.”

Modi said the United States is a “key partner” for the transformation of India and welcomed the “great leadership” Trump. He was also invited to visit India.

One day before their meeting, Trump spoke of Modi as his “true friend.” Minutes later, Modi nodded and thanked Trump for “warm personal welcome”. “I look forward to meeting and discussing with you @realDonaldTrump,” he wrote.

Modi and Trump said their governments were “true partners” that would be to fight and work “to end terrorist sanctuaries.” In their joint statement, they said that destroying radical Islamic terrorism is one of the main objectives of the strategic partnership of their countries.

“Our two nations have been affected by the evils of terrorism and they are both determined to destroy terrorist organizations and the radical ideology that drives them,” Trump said. “We are going to destroy radical Islamic terrorism.”

During his first telephone conversation on January 24 Trump assured Modi continued support for the fight against terrorism. He emphasized that the United States sees India as “a true friend and partner to meet the challenges of the world.”

The two leaders have distinguished commentary on H-1B visas and immigration issues, which keep thousands of Indian workers in the United States to the brim.

In April, Trump had signed an order – called “Buy American American Car” – to make changes to the H-1B visa policy used by companies to hire people from outside the United States for highly skilled jobs . The order proposes reforms to ensure that H-1B visas are awarded only to the most qualified or most paid candidate.

The Minister of Trade and Industry of the Union, Nirmala Sitharaman, dispelled fears and said that the number of H-1B visas for IT professionals in India would not be reduced. He added that the United States only wanted to correct the lottery process.

The H-1B visa allows US companies to employ workers from outside the country. Companies like Infosys, Tata Consultancy Services, Wipro and others looking for a considerable number of H-1B visas to send Indian workers to the United States. It is expected that more than three lakh Indian engineers will be on H-1B visas in the US.

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Many People are telling that GATE exam is Tough ? Reality Test is Out

Many People are telling that GATE exam is Tough ? Reality Test is Out

I would say rather difficult. I would also say hard not to. It all depends on how you want to see things.

The first year I appeared for GATE (2014) assumed it was a piece of cake if I studied very little. The three-hour ride was quite bumpy. Then I realized that if you take this happens to be difficult for you.

So I made a decision. I turned my Infosys position. I say “Nothing invincible.”

I sat for a year at home when my other friends got their first pay packages or joined some premier institutions of higher learning. Every month I took a theme from my GATE program. I’m done. In the end, I do not mean to assault. Literally I discovered the reason behind all that my mind could question. Now, this is the concept of construction. When you do not have to fear their inability to solve a particular problem. You have the concept.

Am I being demotivated? Yes I did it.

Do you have my energy? Yes me too !! Ted speaks.

GATE exam is a shortcut to enter the IIT compared to the IIT JEE exam. Any student who has base can erase the exam with an average range. To get into the best PSU, of course, you have to work hard because there are a limited number of places available. I had prepared it for GATE as hell, but could not do my best at the last moment. I will share some of my experiences

Even if you plan to enter PSU, a year of preparation is enough.
Practice is the main strategy. Get previous documents and practice different types of problems
Persistence is necessary. You might feel bad sometimes, but you should not lose hope and you should continue to prepare until the last minute. (What I needed)
If you know the basics of all subjects, there is no need to go to external training to waste time. But if you do not know the basics, going to form can speed up the preparation of your.
Attend simulated tests to evaluate and analyze door preparations
Writing short notes every time you prepare, this will save time during the exam during the last few months of preparation. (This is extremely important)
To mingle with the holders of high and good teachers of their subjects always motivated.

 

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Arun Jaitley urges Jammu and Kashmir to clear state GST Act for national rollout on July 1

Arun Jaitley urges Jammu and Kashmir to clear state GST Act for national rollout on July 1

Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday urged the Jammu and Kashmir government, Mufti led by Mehbooba, to eliminate the State Property and Services Act prior to the enactment of the July 1 national law.

Jammu and Kashmir are the only ones that have not yet adopted the law. Jaitley said the failure of the application would put companies at a disadvantage and have a “negative impact” on the economy, the Hindu said.

Meanwhile, the Minister of Commerce and Industries, Nirmala Sitharaman, refuted the concern about rising commodity prices under the new regime. “There is no different explanation for the public and another for traders,” Sitharaman said. “It’s all the same. The price of basic necessities is not going to increase.”

In a letter to the Chief Minister, Jaitley would have suggested that the state uses its powers for a special statute under section 370 to give its approval without the authorization of the Assembly, the Times of India reported. The Popular Democratic Party party – the Bharatiya Janata Party government plans to end the stagnation in the Assembly before the nationwide launch, unidentified officials said.

The state will be a meeting of all parties to discuss the issue after a special session of the House on June 17, did not vote.

Implications for the state
The Finance Minister has warned the state government that the exclusion of the tax system would translate into higher prices of goods in the state, as well as an increase in taxes on goods leaving the state.

Jaitley said entrepreneurs would not be able to benefit from the credit option available under the new tax regime. “The GST is a tax based on fate … if the state of Jammu and Kashmir do not join the GST on July 1, dealers do not take into account the integrated GST in all purchases,” said Jaitley in his letter To the Mufti.

The Center began to accept registration applications from companies that still have to register with the Tax Network products and services. Jaitley had said that the government had recorded nearly 65 lakh taxpayers on the network, The Hindu.
Once in the network, companies can use the common portal to file tax returns and pay taxes.
The Center has also delayed the launch of a role in the new tax regime that would make it compulsory for e-commerce players to deduct tax on payments made to suppliers.
The government led by the BJP said that small businesses using e-commerce platforms should not enroll in the network immediately.
The delay gives e-commerce platforms and suppliers more time to meet the requirements of the new law.
The Center has dismissed the claims of the Association of Indian Chambers of Commerce and the Ministry of Civil Aviation to postpone the implementation of the GST deployment.

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BCCI-Lodha panel row: Sourav Ganguly, Rajeev Shukla on panel to look into contentious reforms

BCCI-Lodha panel row: Sourav Ganguly, Rajeev Shukla on panel to look into contentious reforms

The Cricket Board of Control in India today called on former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly, Indian Premier League chairman Rajeev Shukla and five other members to oversee the implementation of the Lodha Committee reforms, told PTI. The seven-member committee, headed by Shukla, was invited to recognize the critical points mentioned in the reforms before being submitted to the Supreme Court.

It was proposed at the extraordinary General Board Monday meeting that a committee should be formed to implement the reforms Justice Committee RM Lodha. Other members of the committee are: Jay Shah of Gujarat Cricket Association, Naba Bhattacharjee of Northeastern Representative, BCCI Treasurer, Anirudh Chaudhari, Acting Secretary of BCCI, Amitabh Choudhary, and TC Mathew of Kerala Cricket.

Taking into account that the matter should be heard in the Supreme Court on July 14, the panel was invited to meet before the date. “The commission is asked to set an early date for the meeting to ensure that the above task is carried out with the utmost urgency and its written report distributed by the General Corps and finalized prior to the aforementioned hearing,” said BCCI press .

The panel should cover June 30 with its tickets, NDTV said. Members were also asked to update the acting chair of the BCCI, CK Khanna in progress, which in turn submit the report to the General Corps.

Lodha Committee’s contentious recommendations are the policy of “one country, one vote,” an age limit of 70 years for officials of the cricket administration, finalization of the panel members of the national team, among others. Former BCCI president N Srinivasan also attended the meeting on Monday as the representative of the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association, IANS reported. As recommended Srinivasan would not be eligible for administration, since he is 72 years old.

In addition to the recommendations of the Lodha panel, it also discussed the issue of playing with Pakistan in bilateral series and the suspension of the Rajasthan Cricket Association on allegations of corruption.

Lodha The committee was formed after the repairs and betting scandal took place during the Indian Premier League in 2013. The top court had directed the BCCI to implement the reforms suggested by the group in July in October 2016, however , Reservations about some of the “impassable” reforms suggested by the Committee.

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