Rallied by the GST, an army of robots is preparing to march into Indian warehouses

From the busy road that surrounds area 34 Gurugram does not really resemble a warming for the robotic revolution.

This is a dystopian confusion of glass-fronted buildings, roadside cabins and a cold flow, thereby completely obscuring the order search and efficiency here.

Inside a new office building, there are still unoccupied workstations in stages two and a half leased GreyOrange.

Robotics company founded in the shopping center on the outskirts of New Delhi in 2011 is preparing to welcome new employees, and a wave of new business through its doors.

Five-minute high-tech robotic car Systemz, another local company that focuses on industrial automation, there is a similar air of anticipation.

The two companies expect common development, but the result: for the tax on goods and services of India to promote the country’s storage industry.

“Our pre-GST market size was 300 million – $ 500 million per year,” said Samay Kohli, co-founder and CEO of GreyOrange. Now, he said, the six-year company, which includes Tiger Global Ventures, and Blume among its investors, seeing the opportunity at least 6 billion.

For Hi-Tech, the overall target was about 3,000 robots at the end of 2022. However, the GST caused a reset. “I think we could address this target by 2020,” said Vijay Ritukar, the company’s chief technology officer and business strategy.

The reason for this is simple optimism. As GST encompasses a range of central and state taxes to transform India into a single market, it eliminates all changes in local tax rates that have forced companies to operate multiple warehouses in 29 states and seven union territories.

Structured mainly to avoid paying multiple installments for the same products, the storage network is now ready to rationalize to reduce costs and improve efficiency.

So, while their overall numbers fall, warehouses make much larger – four to ten times the size of current facilities – as companies realign their supply networks to serve larger areas of the country from a single center.

“I think the GST, half a million square feet, will be the minimum threshold where people are going to build,” Kohli said.

To operate these facilities efficiently and reliably, companies will have more than one skilled workforce.

Kohli, 30, started building robots in high school. The ship was much more serious after entering the Birla Institute of Technology and Science Pilani.

Over five years in Pilani, Kohli has passed half the campus, mainly in robotics competitions. This helped the engineering school that they do not have minimum attendance requirements.

Led by good performances in international competitions and practice periods in the United States and Korea, Kohli and his high schooler Akash Gupta founded GrayOrange.

The company, now based in Singapore, was named this way because the two initially were not sure exactly what they wanted to build. The colors, they thought, were sure: Gray of wisdom (and gray hair), and orange for creativity and fun.

At the end of 2011, it was decided to focus on the storage industry, focusing on streamlining the retrieval process and sorting items into one system.

As Chernobyl and Fukushima show, fear of radiation is more dangerous than radiation itself

Fear of radiation (nuclear) is deeply rooted in the public psyche. For historical, partly and partly psychological reasons, we simply assume that any exposure to ionizing radiation is dangerous.

The dose does not matter. The nature of the radioactive material does not matter. The route of exposure – dermal, by inhalation, ingestion – does not matter. Radiation hazard = = Fear. Period.

The truth, however, is that the health risk posed by ionizing radiation is not as great as expected. In contrast, excessive fear of radiation – our radio phobia – does more harm to public health than the ionizing radiation itself.

All this we know of some of the most fearsome events in the history of the modern world: the atomic bombs of Japan and the nuclear accident in Chernobyl and Fukushima.

Much of what we understand the actual biological risk of ionizing radiation is based on the joint research program between Japan and the United States called Life Span Study of survivors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, now 70 years old.

In 10 km of the explosion, there were 86,600 survivors – known in Japan as hibakusha – and were followed and compared to 20,000 exposed Japanese.

Only 563 of these survivors of the atomic bomb have died prematurely from cancer caused by radiation, increasing mortality by less than 1%.

While thousands of hibakusha received extremely high doses, many were exposed to moderate or low doses, although much higher than those received by victims of nuclear accidents in Chernobyl or Fukushima.

At these moderate or low doses, the Lifetime study found that ionizing radiation does not do rates plagued with any disease associated with radiation above normal levels in unexposed populations.

In other words, we can not be sure that these lower doses cause harm, but if they do, they do not cause much.

And regardless of dose, the Span Life Study found no evidence that nuclear radiation causes multigenerational genetic damage. None have been detected in children of the hibakusha.

Based on these findings, the International Atomic Energy Agency estimates that the death toll from the Chernobyl nuclear accident would reach 4,000, or two-thirds of 1% of the 600,000 Chernobyl victims who received doses high enough to cause concern.

For Fukushima, who published much less radioactive than Chernobyl, the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation predicted that “no significant increased incidence of adverse effects on the health of members of the public or their offspring is expected Exposed “.

The two nuclear accidents have shown that the fear of radiation causes more damage to health than the radiation itself.

Anxious for radiation therapy, but ignored (or perhaps unconscious) than the Study Time of Life learned, 154 000 people in the area around the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant were evacuated in a hurry.

The Japan Times reported that the evacuation was in such a hurry that it had killed 1656 people, 90% were over 65 years. The earthquake and tsunami only 1,607 died in this region.

It’s too soon to forget this warm, charming novel about an underdog in big, lonely Mumbai

The first novel by Chandrahas Choudhury Arzee the Dwarf, following the great protagonist of the same name three feet and a half inches around Mumbai for a period of two weeks as he travels between hope and despair, deceit and disappointment.

The small size of Arzee was the cause of much anguish and self-pity throughout his adult life. The book opens with a battle hardened Arzee resolved to live differently from now on. “He offered less, took over, and was no longer clenched feet, but he threw himself into the dance.

Therefore, a new, stronger, less subject Arzee was born on the first page. Tired of his past misfortunes, Arzee says: “Remember, all fair and kind friends, when life is not fair.” This worldly cynicism is paired with great personal hope.

Phiroz, the head of the old Noor head of the historic theater where Arzee works, is about to retire, and he expects the position occupied. This promotion will allow you to pay off the accumulated debt game.

Perhaps most importantly, he will allow his mother to find him a wife, although Arzee still seems to have a broken heart with a lost love. Soon it will do “old Arzee”, which assures the readers.

Noor, it seems, is closing, and with it the current work also Arzee. Continue through the collector Deepak, seemingly without mercy, and unable to cope with his surprotective mother, Arzee walks the streets of Mumbai late at night, feeling sorry for himself.

The book is dotted with long monologues and decent Arzee. Funny, autodéraclant, touching and prudent, which indicates both loneliness and self-sufficiency.

In a city where nobody seems to be interested in others, Arzee can only speak. And he does it frequently, wallows in self-pity and lamenting the lack of human connection.

“They shared the work, shared space, time share, but they did not share confidentiality but it was like that in Bombay – .. Everyone was like that.” It even compares to Christ and suffering.

As the world begins to disintegrate around him, however, Arzee gradually discovers that, although he is shorter than everyone, he is not the only one with problems.

“Everyone has problems,” Deepak said. “Problems of problems,” refers to Phiroz. “Life is a procession of disorders,” says literary taxi driver Dashrath Tiwari.

Little by little, as the other characters live – and problems – proven – to Arzee and through the player – they become more and more interesting and complex.

Arzee discovers Phiroz a beautiful girl with her own secret that Phiroz had hidden all these years. The outer machismo Deepak proves to be a front for a different man inside.

Even Arzee’s own mother, who tries to hide her impending unemployment, turns out to be feeding on the biggest secret of all.

Little by little, as his life begins to unravel all the new information received, Arzee is bound to do not know what he thought about his own life, and begin to understand others and through them to himself.

This is a novel about the people who work behind the scenes. No one better embodies movies in this city than the projector whose task is to stay in the shade and keep the movie running, no matter what.

“The root cause of the projectionist, whether living or dying, was still that of the series. The show was not supposed to suffer, just as it is not supposed to be suffering children.”

Lets talk about racism | Our ads preach we will have better jobs, marriages if we are fairer, says Abhay Deol

My first contact with racism comes from my own country. I grew up believing cheaper is the best. The voice of “cheaper are the best” were around me. People pinceraient my cheeks and say “je kina gora” (if so), and keep saying ‘Soni kudi Milegi’ (which will be a beautiful girl).

Child, I do not know better and lived in an environment where it is conditioned to believe that the more it is dark, the less attractive it is. Even when I was a child, I suspected that there was something wrong with this attitude, but I was too young to fully understand. Boy, I was a fan of Parveen Babi and not a fan of Zeenat Aman, you know?

It was only when I went to study abroad at the age of 18 I began to question the notion of beauty linked to the color of the skin. I have had friends of all colors and the tone of the skin is introduced in our conversations when we discuss the rights of different communities. I was in Los Angeles, far from prejudices that had been stuck in my subconscious.

In the US, he was a “POC” or “colored person”, who is part of a minority community. The only time I remember being identified based on my complexion was when other people said that the colors of my dark skin was attractive! I was attracted to the black, white and everything that happened in the middle. This allowed me to think about how racist Indians are affected. In our country, marriage announcements and even textbooks sometimes say that we will have better opportunities to find a partner if we are more just. He should not be surprised that a promising equity product can thrive in a free market here in India. It should not be surprising that advertising preaches that we will get a better job, a happier marriage and the most beautiful children if we were just. They want us to believe that life would have been easier if we had been born just.

We are an ancient culture, but a very young nation. The boundaries I use to define my identity today were designed by the British. The values ​​I have come to define myself have been preached on this earth (while having a very different border) thousands of years before the arrival of the British. There’s a sense of schizophrenia when I read the news. Seventy years are not enough to represent thousands of years of mixing and sharing knowledge, values, ideas and religions. Imagine the immensity of our old acquaintance, preserved and preached like no other on Earth; However, we are still obsessed with a problem that is so superficial. How do you feel each morning when you remove the newspapers and read the violence in our country? Every day someone kills another based on the prejudice that is usually only deep deep. If color is what we become obsessed with, when are we going to talk about the most important issues of caste, religion, corruption, poverty and malnutrition

Samsung Galaxy S8 Iris Scanner Can Be Fooled by Photo, Contact Lens: Researchers

Samsung Electronics investigate the claims of a group of German hackers who has cheated the iris recognition system for the new Galaxy S8 badge device, the firm said Wednesday.

The launch of the Galaxy S8 was a milestone for the world’s largest smartphone maker as it attempted to bring forward the humiliating withdrawal of last year’s Galaxy Note 7s leading to the fire, which marked the company’s reputation.

However, a video posted by Chaos Computer Club (CCC), a German hacking group founded in 1981, shows that the Galaxy S8 opens with a printed photo of the owner’s eye cover with a contact lens to reproduce the curvature Of a real eyeball.

“A high-resolution image of the Internet enough to capture an iris,” said CCC spokesman Dirk Engling, adding, “Ironically, we got the best results with Samsung-made laser printers.”

A Samsung spokesman said he was aware of the report and was investigating. Samsung hopes to compete with Apple’s iPhone for archrival was immobilised on the Galaxy S8 after last year’s Galaxy Note 7 catastrophe.

The memory debacle has cost Samsung’s thousands of dollars in lost profits and hammered its overall credibility, forcing him to apologise to consumers and postpone the launch of the S8.

However, since its launch in April, it received positive reviews and strong controls.

The CCC previously demonstrated a means of overcoming the fingerprint sensor of Apple TouchID – with help of graphite dust, a laser engraving machine and wood glue – a couple of weeks after the first iPhone 5 hit stores.

Traditional protection PIN was “a more secure approach than the use of body functions for authentication,” Engling said.

Why Half Girlfriend should never have been made in the first place

The verdict is out: Shraddha Kapoor and Arjun Kapoor’s latest version of Half Bride is an assault on the senses if one wants to believe critics. The book is always better than the movie, says the saying. However, anyone who has any idea that literature should almost Shakespeare desi of Chetan Bhagat. It could be argued that his works have achieved the prestigious literature program of Delhi University. Well, even infallible aka Mr Perfectionist Aamir Khan has worked on Dhoom 3, a horrible scam, The Prestige, it’s safe to say that everyone is wrong.
Going back to the half Bride, the film adaptation of the half novel Chetan Bhagat, full backways, did the unthinkable. The film is so unbearable that people call the book better. A look at the source material and you will know that writing was always on the wall of the bride half. What is the name of God is a “half-girlfriend” even means? Bhagat defines on his website as “a phenomenon of India.” More information about a time.
Madhav Jha, the protagonist of the book Bhagat, is the nightmare of all the girls. No, contrary to common perception, not because he is a Bihari child “from the people’s zone” with knowledge of the English language, but because he is a man-child who refused to refuse to answer. Madhav and rich daughter of South Delhi, Riya Somani, meet and pass the basketball. Our hero came at first glance and express affection while trying to catch/kiss at every opportunity, despite his reiteration that he is not comfortable.

Best 5.5 Inch Smartphone Under 10000 | Do not buy before reading this

 

Looking for the best 10000 Rs phone? The best smartphone hunting of less than 10,000 is not so easy. The Indian market is changing after the entry of the Chinese brands like Xiaomi, Lenovo, Huawei, Coolpad, Gionee and Meizu.

The competition in the domestic smartphone market is at the top. Now companies have raised the bar with watering specifications mouth with a low price. We appreciate your time and your money, so in this article, we have done our best to list the best smartphones under 10,000 does not make sense. There are several parameters we have planned to create this list.

The first one gives priority to the experience of the end user, which is the most important parameter. The Android smartphones listed below are put to the test. So, make sure the phones we have suggested are unbiased.

 

 

 

If you are looking for the best phone under Rs 10,000, here is our list of the best smartphones under Rs 10,000 in India in May 2017. We have seen improved specifications available on phones that have been recently launched. Mobile phones are ranked according to price and include the best Android and Windows Phone phones.

We decided to give Indian manufacturers a mistake because of the total number of phones that are almost identical to each other. With the exception of some models, all the phones below are compatible with the 4G network, so this list also includes the best 4G smartphones under Rs 10,000.

 

So we have compiled a list of the top 10 Android phones under 10000 rs in India.

 

Previously, you should look for certain aspects like good signage, good quality 4G call, backup battery, game performance, excellent auto photo camera and a good ratio. Therefore, all phones below are responsible for these features, here you go.

 

 

1.       Xiaomi Note 4 redmi
2.       Coolpad Cold1
3.       Moto G4
4.       Asus Zenfone Max 2016
5.       Lyf F1S Water
6.       Elite Max Sweeping
7.       Panasonic Eluga X Ray
8.       Micromax Evok Rating
9.       The Leeco Eco 1S
10.   Honor to 5C
11.   Xiaomi redmi 3S primer
12.   Moto G Turbo
13.   Lenovo Vibe K5 More
14.   Play Moto G 4 Gene
15.   Barrer Elite Diredo

 

I regret cheating on my wife with Sushmita Sen: Vikram Bhatt

The heart is a lone hunter. This may well apply to the personal rocky life Vikram Bhatt who has seen has two very public relations with Sushmita Sen and Ameesha Patel in the past. The agreement with Sushmita has led to the breakup of his marriage to the bride Aditi. When that relationship ended, Vikram had even contemplated suicide, wanting to jump off the balcony of his house on the sixth floor.

I was divorced, my movie Ghulam was still out, I was the boyfriend of Sushmita Sen I was depressed, I lost my daughter like crazy … “It was because of what I had done in my life. I had to make a mess of my life, “says Vikram. “I do not think all relationships in my life destroyed me. I think I’m a collection of wrecks.” Deceiving his wife they left Vikram with great regret. “I regret to hurt my wife and my son and abandon them.I regret the pain I have caused.I always think that when he is not brave, he becomes difficult.I have not had the courage to tell Aditi how I felt.And everything was Was a big mess, “he said. “I am sorry that it is low at the moment, but if I do not have a low, things would have been different today, but when I look backwards, it is growing, and everything teaches at least something.”

Vikram has just published a novel, a handful of Sun, which many people see as a mirror of the candle of their life. It revolves around Veer and Mira, who are madly in love with each other, but are separated by a tragedy. When they find themselves years later, they decided to throw their lovers / spouses and respective tender for happiness. “It’s not autobiographical, it’s about real life, inspired by real life,” Vikram says. “There’s nothing in Sushmita and Ameesha in this book .. Although it was my best-known relationships, I think they were the most superficial.”

SBI PO Prelims 2017 results declared, check them here

The State Bank of India (SBI) said on Tuesday the results of a preliminary examination for the hiring of audit (PO) officials in the public warehouse on its official website. The preliminary examination was conducted online on May 29, 30 and 6 and 7, 2017.

Candidates can check their results here. Enter your race number and your birth date or your registration number and your date of birth and click Send to see the results. Candidates who remove the preliminary exam will be called the main exam.

The main line exam will have objective tests of 200 points and a descriptive test of 50 points. The objective test will last three hours with four sections of 200 total marks. The objective test will have a separate schedule for each section. Applicants must qualify in each test by obtaining passing qualifications, which will be decided by the bank. The 30-minute descriptive test with 50 points will be an English test (write letters and test). Candidates to qualify in the descriptive test by obtaining referrals, to be decided by the bank. Only a descriptive test will be evaluated candidates who scored the marks in the objective tests and placed high enough according to the total score of the objective test. There will be a penalty for incorrect answers in objective tests. For each erroneous answer, a quarter of the scores assigned to this question will be deducted. There will be no penalty for leaving questions blank.

Group exercises and an interview will be conducted for those who will remove the main exam. The main online exam will be held on June 4, 2017 and with its results declared June 19, 2017.

The exercises and group interviews were held on July 10, 2017 and the results were established on August 5, 2017.

The recruitment notice of 2313 probation officers at the public bank was published on February 6, 2017. The online registration process for the examination began on February 7 and continued until March 6, 2017.

Note: Applicants are advised to keep in regular contact with the www.sbi.co.in/careers OSE website for more details and the latest updates.

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