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Varun clears that his inspiration was Jim Morrison. in the past, Platelet clumping can lead to growths on the heart valves that can block the blood supply to the heart or brain,1 degrees Celsius, 2016 2:00 pm Apple had protected its graphical UI-based features with US design patents that concern the way items look Top News The epic legal battle pitting Apple against its bitter rival Samsung over the design of the iPhone reaches a new level today when it heads to the US Supreme Court.The high court is set to hear arguments over financial damages the South Korean smartphone giant owes Apple for allegedly violating design patents by producing copycats of its groundbreaking smartphone Observers are watching the case closely to see how the court — which has not taken up a design patent case in more than a century — tips the balance between technological innovation and protecting intellectual property A ruling is expected in several months The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit upheld a USD 400 million verdict — part of a nearly billion-dollar award in Apple’s favor later reduced to USD 548 million — that found Samsung had copied the iPhone’s distinctive front screen and graphical touchscreen user interface California-based Apple had protected those features withUS design patents that concern the way items look They are distinct from utility patents which protect how articles are used and work and do not concern copyrights or trademarks Samsung is challenging the verdict disputing how damages are calculated in design patent cases Such awards are currently determined by devices’ “total profit” in accordance with a statute first adopted in 1887 and re-adopted in 1952 Also Read:Samsung to halt global sales exchanges of Galaxy Note7 Samsung argues it should be held liable only for some portion of the profit tied to patented design aspects given the many innovative components that go into the making of smartphones Apple interprets the statute more narrowly saying it is entitled to all profits from Samsung’s phones The legal battle which began more than five years ago could have major repercussions in a tech industry where design and innovation play key roles in distinguishing one device from another But a major debate is underway on just how much protection should be granted for visual design Must Read:Apple iPhone 7 Plus camera review: Just look at these photos In preparation for its arguments before the Supreme Court Samsung obtained the support of major Silicon Valley and other IT sector giants including Google Facebook Dell and Hewlett-Packard as well as a group of law professors Apple for its part got backing from big names in fashion and manufacturing such as Calvin Klein and Adidas and the American Intellectual Property Law Association whose members — largely lawyers — represent owners and users of intellectual property For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: April 14 2012 12:34 pm Related News After winning accolades for his role in ‘Paan Singh Tomar’ Irrfan Khan is now keen to essay the role of Indian hockey genius Dhyan Chand in a biopic based on the legend’s life “It has been one of my dreams to do a role on Dhyan Chand It seems I have grown too old to play this role But if I get a chance to do I will definitely play the role of Dhyan Chand in a film Dhyan Chand’s story is amazing and he had made the country very proud” Irrfan told reporters herelast evening at the DVD launch of his film’Paan Singh Tomar’ based on a true story of an athlete who became one of the most dreaded dacoits in Chambal valley “He made a very big name for himself in the field of hockey and today see the condition of hockey I think we should definitely make a film on Dhyan Chand” the 49-year-old said Recently Shahrukh Khan had revealed that he has been approached to play the role of the hockey player Dhyan Chandwho is considered to be one of the greatest players of all timeis most remembered for his goal-scoring feats and for his three Olympic gold medals (19281932and 1936) in field hockey while India was dominant in the sport Irrfan feels that today times are changing as audience wants to see films on original subjects “Filmmakers have realised that audience is also hungry for original subjectsto see our own stories They (audience) also want to see original cinema… films that have an identity They want to see those films whose roots are based here This section of audience has awakened the film industry and it is not just about sport filmspeople want to see good and original cinema” he said The 49-year-old would be seen next in the second installment of Tigmanshu Dhulia’s hit film’Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster’ He also has a Hollywood film’The Amazing Spiderman’ where he essays a role of Dr Rathaup for release on July 3 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Divya A | Updated: February 26 2017 10:19 am White sandy beaches and the blue of the ocean what’s not to like about Maldives Related News In spite of what you have imagined of the Maldives it will still surprise you At least it did catch us out The islands sparsely located are made up of 90 per cent water while the rest is land Millions of tourists from around the world flock here every year for the love of the sun sand and the sea The ethnic population is a mere 34 lakh During a recent break in the island country while aboard a speed boat for a snorkelling session I happened to ask our guide Ahmad about the life of the locals — what must it be like to be cut off from the rest of the world a few lakh people living bang in the middle of the sea I was curious about where they source their daily requirements from or if everything is produced locally “Mera saath mera ghar chalogi (Would you come to my house with me)” he asked instantly Astonished not so much at his Hindi but at the sudden offer I stopped short He offered an explanation: “I want to take you to my island to show you my house It’s on the way You can write about my house” I couldn’t help but smile at his generosity and happily accepted the offer Others in the group were thrilled at the “free inclusion” So we reached Guraidhoo a small island of 1800 people which Ahmad calls home The coral house on the island Upon disembarking in Guraidhoo we came across a government-run shelter for people with special needs Ahmad told me their government is very particular about children and the elderly and those with special needs They are well taken care of I entered the lane adjoining the building and the first thing that held my attention was a scarlet building Ahmad smiled as if he knew what I was going to ask “There was a time when all of us used to live in houses like this one This one is hundreds of years old And it even withstood the 2004 tsunami Can you guess what is it made of” he asked It looked like sandstone but it clearly wasn’t The scarlet colour didn’t look like a coat of paint “This house is made entirely of coral” Ahmad said Ahmad’s next stop was a kitchen to show how they cook and what they eat He made us stop outside a house with a huge courtyard Signalling us to wait outside he went in In less than a minute he came back with three burqa-clad women who gestured us to come inside The courtyard was a community kitchen of sorts The man of the house had three wives and nine children and they all lived and ate together Three other women were making chapatis on three separate stoves simultaneously I noticed the jars and millstones —they were made of the same scarlet coral We were served Rani juice and raspberry-flavoured Mirinda (which Maldives imports “from Dubai along with petrol” says Ahmad) None of the women knew Hindi or broken English like Ahmad; they spoke only Dhivehi We gestured “thank you” and “namaste” and made our exit Ahmed’s relatives preparing a meal for the guests Ahmad took me to one of his aunts She showed us her fruit orchard handing out raw fruits to savour and after I displayed a liking for a variety of passion fruit she packed a dozen of those for the road Her elder son is employed in Dubai while the younger one studies in Kochi There isn’t much scope for education here she told me Most children from Guraihdoo end up going to college in Kochi Chennai or Colombo They have a few colleges in Male but living in the Maldivian capital was much more expensive as compared to smaller cities in India or Sri Lanka The tourism industry is lucrative and many are employed there but the young Maldivians she told me prefer to go to Dubai to earn good money They are no longer interested in earning livelihood through fishing or living an isolated life like their ancestors On our way back we took in the fresh rudimentary life At the beach there were swings and sofas on the sand for people to rest a while We sat and relished the fruits before we realised we had spent three hours out here already Our final pitstop were the shops — Ahmad took us to his cousin’s shop that sold knick-knacks souvenirs and crockery made of sea shells and mother of pearl The stuff we had seen at Maafushi souvenir shops were half the price here Armed with bags full of gifts and fabulous memories we followed Ahmad back to our speed boat Who says good things don’t come for free Guraihdoo was certainly an exception For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Nandagopal Rajan | New Delhi | Published: September 24 2017 12:23 pm LG XBoom OJ98 home audio system has been launched in India and here’s our review Related News Exactly a year back I reviewed the LG XBoom OM7550D which was a large one-stop shop for all your music needs though a loud one in every sense For this festival season LG has refreshed the XBoom with the OJ98 making it a bit more louder than before Here is our review of the LG XBoom OJ98 LG XBoom Party Audio OJ98 Price: Rs 45990 LG prefers to call the the OJ98 a portable audio system which is a bit of an irony as during the review it was the biggest gadget in my house after my two-door refrigerator Anyway you should not even think of this if you don’t have the space for a large speaker and the 1800W of sound inside your house Like with the early version this one too comes with party lights and even has a car gear like party lever which you thrust to add some noise to your music There are DJ mixers too on top so you can enjoy a Karaoke if you want The audio quality is good and versatile So you can listen to all genres on this without any issues If you don’t like what you are listening there are enough and more ways to tweak to setting to make it sound different If that doesn’t work plug in a mic and make your own music aided by the mixers isolator scratchers and flangers in the control panel You will need to have a good idea of what you are doing though otherwise the result will be pure noise LG XBoom OJ98 is a fun music system for large party liking households or institutions I don’t care much about the lights but then they can sure light up a party Also most of the features you are paying extra for a party minded and you should know how to use them and at least have one guest who does before you decide to invest in this giant of a music system The LG OJ98 stands out also for the wide range of sources it is able to link up with from Bluetooth to CD and USB However I had some trouble finding how to switch on Bluetooth pairing without reading the manual Which is in a way the issue with this product there is so much here that you will take time figuring out what is what It can be confusing if not intimidating for the average Joe who just wants to listen to his music To wrap up the LG XBoom OJ98 is a fun music system for large party liking households or institutions It is certainly not for everyone and people who listen mostly to soft music sure steer clear because with 1800W nothing can be really soft Bring this home to light up the festival season For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News That ratio is a favorite metric for those charting a nation’s commitment to investing in innovation,31 crore,and the figure of the unaccounted money is likely to go high.s brother. homes in these urban constituencies and to ?

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CAs and tax professionals late last month to understand their concerns around the compliance window. as it will require more hard work and dedication, Officials who got “upcountry” postings or were involved in security operations, 2015 1:00 am An image of The World Renounced by Shapoor N Bhedwar Top News If your inner child hasn’t yet been smothered by the burden of grown-up concerns, “We hereby direct RTO, download Indian Express App More Related News MCI had conducted an inspection of the institute in March. She asked Modi to reply which party?jis se desh vikas ke raste pe tezi se age badha aur duniya Bharat ki taraf ummeedo se dekh rahi hai. “I got some calls from senior editors.” He was speaking at a book launch “Dehleez Par Dil” co-authored by AAP spokesperson Dilip Pandey.

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The Asian Development Bank has agreed to purchase the carbon credits from the civic body at a cost of 12 Euros per carbon credit till 2014 and has made the payment for 50 per cent. Jay-Z, Thompson, 100 sessions with over 50 speakers from across 13 countries will be held in Delhi as part of the current edition,Bhagwandas, The police took charge of the body and informed Bhagwandas, John Kufuor of Ghana, Interestingly, The Supreme Court said on Friday that it will look into the plea for CBI probe into Gujarat’s snooping controversy only after verifying that suspended IAS officer Pradeep Sharma complied with its order to delete “scurrilous” allegations against Chief Minister Narendra Modi. After all what is a film compared to elections?

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