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Shocked No words #Lahoreblast — Ali Zafar (@AliZafarsays) March 27 2016 Cricketer Aakash Chopra tweeted: Heart goes out to the people in Lahore…stay safe Stay blessed #Terror #Terrible — Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) March 27 2016 Pakistani singer Hadiqa Kiani said she was “disgusted” over the attack on children Praying for the families feeling hopeless #Pakistan #LahoreBlast — Hadiqa Kiani (@Hadiqa_Kiani) March 27 2016 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Updated: June 7 2016 4:55 am Related News With factionalism rising within the city party unit senior NCP leader and former deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar urged party leaders on Monday to bury their differences and work towards retaining power in the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) in the civic elections next year The NCP is in power in PMC with the support of Congress However it faces a tough challenge in the civic polls with an upbeat BJP working hard to repeat its performance of the 2014 Assembly and Lok Sabha elections where it won all the seats The re-appointment of Rajya Sabha MP Vandana Chavan has not gone well with a faction of leaders As a protest they have been staying away from party meetings raising concern among the top leadership Share This Article Related Article With just over six months left for the civic polls Pawar urged party leaders to bury their differences and work towards ensuring that the NCP comes to power on its own “Party leaders should attend all party meetings and not make excuses of not receiving written or oral communication They should attend every meeting and prepare a strategy to get the party re-elected” he said There has been a lot of development work done by the party while in power Pawar said adding that party workers should carry out publicity campaigns to take the good work to the voters “Party workers should use the latest communication tools including social media to communicate the good work” he said As the state government has decided to hold a four-ward panel for the civic elections Pawar said the party should start working on it from now on and plan a strategy to win maximum seats For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | Published: May 2 2017 4:01 pm Samsung’s new QLED television sets have been launched in India and come with an offer of free Galaxy S8+ for those who pre-book Related News Samsung Electronics today launched its new line of QLED television sets in India which comes with premium specifications and a pricing that is unmatched The new Samsung QLED TVs will be available in three series which are named as Q9 Q8 and Q7 Each series will have the following television sizes 55 inches (138 cm) 65 inches (163 cm) 75 inches (189 cm) and 88 inches (223 cm) The pricing starts at Rs 314900 going up all the way to Rs 2499900 Samsung is opening up its QLED TVs for pre-booking between May 2 and May 21 The pre-booking offer will give customers a free Samsung Galaxy S8+ in gold coloured variant so at least you’ll save some money on a new phone even as you decide to go all out for a television set The QLED TV sets from Samsung offer 100 per cent Colour volume which Samsung says is the highest in the market right now It also comes with the HDR 2000 functionality to ensure enough details in the viewing picture and Samsung claims this will mean no loss or distortion of colour It has a “No Gap Wall-mount” and the optional studio stand and the television series sports a slim sleek and premium metal body Samsung’s new QLED TVs sport a bezel-less display Samsung has also showcased its new innovation “The Frame” in India which fades to black like a regular TV set but it can be used to showcase a collection of more than 100 art pieces in 10 different categories which include landscape wildlife action etc The Frame also comes with customisable accessory options interchangeable bezels and an optional Studio Stand “Samsung’s QLED TVs are ushering in a new era of televisions with innovations that are ahead of their time These televisions reflect our global ambition Samsung has been the world’s biggest television brand for the last 11 consecutive years We are also India’s top television brand for the last decade and the most trusted brand in the consumer electronics category” said HC Hong President and CEO Samsung Southwest Asia in a press statement It has an “all-new Invisible Connection cable” to keep cords and wires out of sight and customers can just use a a single optical cable that brings all devices together Additionally the QLED TV has a “Samsung One Remote” with which users will be able to control “most connected TV devices” Samsung also has a new Smart View App to let users share content from their smartphone onto their TV For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Srinagar | Published: December 10 2010 2:43 pm Related News With the arrest of two youthspolice on Thursday claimed to have solved the murder case of a 17-year-old boywho went missing last monthin central Kashmir’s Ganderbal district 17-year-old Umar Rashid Malla of Atkhuru village and 19-year-old Mehrajuddin Khuru were arrested after police tracked calls from the cellphone of Aijaz Ahmad Gurooresident of Atkhuru village in Ganderbalwho went missing on November 26police said The cellphone was found with a woman in Pattan area of Baramulla district which led the police to the accused During the interrogationMalla allegedly confessed that he murdered Guroo in connivance with Khuru and threw the body in the Sind nallah Police has recovered the body from the Sind stream For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsA Jharkhand minister has courted controversy by organising a bizarre event at the state’s Dumaria village on Sunday? 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