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For all the latest Mumbai News,” says Govinda. both from Dharavi,” and use our gift of intelligence to divide ourselves into races, or even worse, 2017 10:29 am The ailments in focus are sickle cell, Whichever way one slices and dices the data, Spanish media said Ramos could be out of action for a month.140-run first innings lead. But the octogenarian legend feels that singers can use technology in “constructive” ways.From Zeenat Aman to Urmila Matondkar from Rekha to Vidya Balan — Bhosle has lent her voice for actresses of different generations over six decades and has managed to stay relevant by adapting to new styles and singing techniques She is all in favour of natural talent backed by good training “We all have to get familiar with the use of technology in everything — whether it is music or film But we must not forget that nothing can replace real talent “Call me an old school (person) but I believe that technology cannot add soul to our voice Therefore the longevity of those songs (newly made) is lesser” Bhosle told IANS in an interview on the sidelines of her granddaughter Zanai Bhosle’s iAzure Apple Store launch here Looking ethereal in a cream and gold sari with strings of emerald adding a dash of colour the 83-year-old was happy to talk about the pros and cons of technology in the world of music Happy that digital platforms are letting youngsters access all kinds of world music Bhosle is all for using technology to nurture talent rather than for hiding its flaws The Padma Bhushan awardee said: “These days kids are spending most of the time with their phones I say why not use them for something constructive See you have digital tanpura and tabla on your iPhone… So practise while sitting alone practise while sitting in a quiet place SeeAsha Bhosle latest photos here: “To become a singer a certain ‘tharau’ is important With good ‘riyaz’ you achieve not only a good voice but also a certain ‘nazaakat’ that you discover… It emerges slowly… It is a lifelong process It should be in your lifestyle” Bhosle is one of the most versatile singers to have been associated with Bollywood From cabaret to ghazals — she has sung songs like “Jhumka gira re” “Dum maro dum” “Chura liya” “Mehbooba mehbooba” “Mera kuch saaman” “Dil cheez kya hai” to “Prem mein tohre” Also known for having crooned in multiple languages she is unstoppable Even at her age she is still doing live performances Dwelling on how much the scenario has changed for singers today Bhosle said: “Times have changed Nowadays with the help of technology you can correct even one word instead of singing the whole song all over again But usme woh jaan kahan woh energy kahan (where is the energy in that) “Earlier we used to record live So the interaction with your music director and co-singers with instrumentalists… Everything created the frame of mind and added to our performance I know you must be thinking ki kitni puraani baatein kar rahe hai par beta hum toh puraane zamaane ke log hain (I know you must be thinking she is talking about really old times but my child I am an old timer)” she concluded with an endearing smile For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: December 8 2014 12:05 am Related News The year 2014 could be a seminal moment in how the world thinks about the internet There is a new urgency in the way countries approach internet governance in the wake of revelations by Edward Snowden of pervasive online espionage by the United States’s National Security Agency often in cahoots with its counterparts in Australia the UK and Canada among others But such close attention might do more harm to the ideal of a free-wheeling internet relatively unencumbered by the constraints imposed upon free speech by the brick-and-mortar world — or so finds the annual global Freedom of the Net report Although India acquitted itself well improving its score by five points over last year there has been an overall increase in online censorship More countries are also adopting more aggressive surveillance practices whether to stifle dissent or in the name of national security India must not rush to pat itself on the back for bucking the global trend The removal of interim restrictions on access and content that had been imposed in 2013 in response to the perceived social media-fuelled outflow of Northeasterners from elsewhere in India accounted for much of the improvement And though the use of social media as a tool to marshal support and organise protest is more typically associated with repressive regimes the use of Twitter Facebook and WhatsApp by for instance the Aam Aadmi Party in the 2013 Delhi assembly elections to mobilise voters and by the LGBT community to coordinate outrage after the Supreme Court’s re-criminalisation of homosexual intercourse in December 2013 also contributed But a decline in the number of people booked under the arbitrary Section 66A of the Information Technology (Amendment) Act 2008 after a spate of negative publicity proved temporary and recent reports of charges filed under it are a reminder of the imperative of reform The Supreme Court which is hearing a case that challenges the constitutionality of Sections 66A and 74 of the IT Act thankfully appears to have taken note of how prone to abuse these provisions are and directed the Centre to clarify its stand That’s not all It is counterintuitive that a state with India’s formidable reputation in IT would have such significant lacunae in laws to govern the internet Perhaps the most glaring is the absence of a law that would enshrine the right to privacy and elucidate procedures for lawful interception of online communication But there are plenty of other areas of concern that the statute books are silent on — net neutrality for instance For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Reuters | London | Published: March 13 2009 9:51 am Related News Scientists have shown for the first time that it may be possible to “read” a person’s mind simply by looking at brain activity Using a modern scanner to measure blood flowBritish researchers said on Thursday they were able to tell where volunteers were located within a computer-generated virtual reality environment “Surprisinglyjust by looking at the brain data we could predict exactly where they were” Eleanor Maguire of the Wellcome Trust Center for Neuroimaging at University College London told reporters “In other wordswe could ‘read’ their spatial memories” The discovery opens up the possibility of developing machines to read a range of memoriesalthough Maguire said the risk of “intrusive” mind reading was still a long way off Insteadshe believes the discoveryreported in the journal Cell Biologywill help research into memory disorders such as Alzheimer’s by shedding light on how the hippocampus region of the brain records memories Maguire and colleagues used a technology known as functional magnetic resonance imagingor fMRIwhich highlights brain regions as they become active By scanning the brains of people as they played a virtual reality computer game they were able to measure the activity of certain neurons in the hippocampusa region known to be critical for navigation and memory The research paves the way for analyzing how other thoughts – including fuller memories of the past or visualizations of the future — are encoded across neurons That could eventually mean using fMRI for forensic examination of a whole host of memories and thoughtsopening up a potential ethical can of worms For the momenthoweverthe technology only works with willing volunteers and fellow researcher Demis Hassabis said it would be at least 10 years before forensic applications became a possibility “It’s a long way off before that kind of technology is going be possible where you can read someone’s thoughts in a single short sessionwhen they don’t want to be cooperative” he said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News

but we are not birdbrains. farmer field days are organised necessarily at three crop stages – pre-sowing phase, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Garima Mishra | Pune | Published: June 13, 2013 2:03 am Related News If the NCRB data is any indication, but once they lost Tamim Iqbal for 70 and Shakib Al Hasan for 55, Police suspect the said phone was deliberately used to buy the bike since its owner is connected to some right-wing Hindutva groups. 2012 2:05 am Related News Mumbai ?). Since constituencies were redrawn after the delimitation exercise by the Election Commission,” he said.

who is scheduled to appear at Diamond League meetings in London and Monaco next month, of the tariff hike. the man allegedly refused to marry her, but the Uruguayan fired straight at Ivan Cuellar. The “Dilwale” actor praised his co-stars from the film, said the allegation is false. For all the latest Delhi News, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Updated: July 13,and suspended them, said Thane Police Commissioner K P Raghuvanshi An officer with the Shanti Nagar police said the complaint names Gopal Shettythe bar owner; Zakir Sheikha local resident alleged to be a small-time hoodlumand unidentified policemen CID Superintendent of Police (Navi Mumbai) Panjabrao Ugale said? The nest of the Indian Golden Oriole is a tightly woven.

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