ഷവോമിയുടെ റെഡ്മി നോട്ട് 7 വിപണിയിലെത്തി. വാട്ടർഡ്രോപ് നോച്ച്, ഇരട്ട റിയർ ക്യാമറ, ഫിംഗർപ്രിൻറ് സെൻസർ, 4000 എംഎഎച്ച് ബാറ്ററി എന്നിവ പ്രധാന ഫീച്ചറുകളാണ്. ഇരുഭാഗത്തും 2.5ഡി ഗ്ലാസ് സുരക്ഷയുണ്ട്. 6.3 ഇഞ്ചാണ് ഡിസ്പ്ലെ.
3ജിബി റാം + 32 ജിബി സ്റ്റോറേജ് പതിപ്പ് ഇന്ത്യൻ വില 10,300 രൂപയാണ്. 4 ജിബി റാം + 64 ജിബി പതിപ്പിന് ഇന്ത്യൻ രൂപ 12400 വില. ഈ ഫോണിൻറെ 6 ജിബി റാം + 64 ജിബി പതിപ്പിൻറെ വില ഏകദേശം 14,500 രൂപയാണ്. ഇത് ഇന്ത്യയിൽ എത്തുമ്പോൾ 1500 മുതൽ 2000 രൂപവരെ വിലവർദ്ധിച്ചേക്കാം. ട്വിലൈറ്റ് ഗോൾഡ്, ഫാന്റസി ബ്ലൂ, ബ്രൈറ്റ് ബ്ലാക്ക് എന്നീ നിറങ്ങളിൽ റെഡ്മി നോട്ട് 7 വിപണിയിലെത്തും.
ആൻഡ്രോയിഡ് ഒറിയോ അടിസ്ഥാനമാക്കിയുള്ള എംഐയുഐ9, 6.3 ഇഞ്ച് ഫുൾഎച്ച്ഡി എൽടിപിഎസ് ഡിസ്പ്ലെ, ഇരട്ട സിം, ഗൊറില്ല ഗ്ലാസ് 5 സുരക്ഷ, സ്നാപ്ഡ്രാഗൺ 660 ഒക്ടാ-കോർ എസ്ഒസി പ്രോസസർ, സോണിയുടെ ഐഎംഎക്സ്586 സെൻസറുള്ളതാണ് 48 മെഗാപിക്സൽ ക്യാമറ. രണ്ടാമത്തെ ക്യാമറ 5 മെഗാപിക്സലിന്റേതാണ്. ബാക്കിൽ രണ്ടു എൽഇഡി ഫ്ലാഷുളുണ്ട്. മുന്നിൽ 13 മെഗാപിക്സിന്റേതാണ് ക്യാമറ.
Ministry of Home Affairs asks all NGOs seeking Foreign Donations to open FCRA Account at the SBI’s New Delhi branch
New Delhi: The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has asked all NGOs registered under the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act (FCRA), 2010, will now have to open or maintain an FCRA account in State Bank of India’s New Delhi main branch at Sansad Marg, for exclusively receiving all foreign contributions.
In September, the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 2020 was amended by Parliament and a new provision that makes it mandatory for all non-government organisations and associations to receive foreign funds in a designated bank account at SBI’s New Delhi branch was inserted.
The order said an NGO will have to report the amount and source of foreign remittance received to the authorities. The order said the Centre has notified the New Delhi Main Branch (NDMB) of SBI, 11 Sansad Marg, New Delhi-110001 for the purposes of opening the “FCRA account” to receive foreign contribution.
The government said to open the account, the applicant need not visit the NDMB in Delhi and they might approach the nearest SBI branch or their SBI branch of choice.
It further said that all persons/associations/NGOs who are already registered under FCRA will get sufficient time to transition to the new system and can open accounts at NDMB till March 31, 2021.
“However, all fresh applicants for certificate of registration or prior permission under the FCRA, 2010, shall have to first open the FCRA account in the NDMB to receive any foreign contribution,” the order said. The government while adding that NDMB will not levy any fee to transfer the foreign funds to the designated FCRA account said, “It is further clarified that the applicant person/NGO/ association has complete liberty to retain its present FCRA account as the another FCRA account in any branch of a scheduled bank of its choice. They can link this account with the designated FCRA account opened in NDMB, Delhi.
The government said that NGOs registered under FCRA shall not receive any foreign donations in any other bank account from April 1, 2021.
Facebook shuts down Christian ministry’s page with no explanation
Facebook has removed the page of Restored Hope Network, a Christian ministry that helps those with unwanted sexual attractions and gender confusion.
While no explanation was given as to why the page was taken down, the ministry believes the social media giant’s move is part of ongoing efforts in support of government prohibitions on the practice of what some refer to as “conversion therapy,” a phrase RHN maintains has been weaponized to shut down any kind of counseling that coheres with the historic Christian faith’s view on sexual ethics.
“It is a deliberately and misleadingly provocative term coined by the LGBTQ activist community that does not describe any type of actual counseling assistance offered to men and women who struggle with same-sex attraction,” explained Anne Paulk, executive director of Restored Hope Network, in a statement sent to The Christian Post on Thursday.
Paul said Facebook’s actions amounted to an example of viewpoint discrimination.
“Facebook is deciding they have the authority to silence the stories of those of us whose lives have changed,” she continued. “Their dismissive action — canceling our page as if it never existed, leaving a vague ‘the link may be broken’ message in its place — is shameful. Not even extending us the courtesy of a notification, a chance to offer our side of the very politicized story, is unconscionable.”
Paulk added in a Thursday interview with The Christian Post that it is important for Christians to understand that their views about human sexuality and personhood are not welcome on the world’s largest communication hub.
“It’s like a community center that certain people aren’t allowed in and they’re being forced out,” she said.
“We have to be wise about how we respond here. Legally, it appears that [Facebook] is above the law but keeping a record of what’s happening, getting that information to legislators that care and seeing it impact a bunch of different people, which is coming, is very important to fight for your rights and not just give them away.”
She added that within culture, a systemic problem of hostility toward Christians pervades a number of spheres, with social media being just one. Paulk will be attempting to restore the ministry’s Facebook page and developing other ways of maintaining communication.
“We existed before Facebook was ever around, we’ll exist after Facebook is around because we belong to the Most High God,” Paulk said.
Despite the censorship, which began with the removal of posts earlier this year, the ministry has no plans to cease its work advocating for those who struggle in this way and wish to live in accordance with their faith.
“The last time I looked, we still live in the United States. Freedom to choose what to do with one’s life — and seek help that one wants — is a dearly held value,” Paulk stressed.
“People looking for change should be free to find services and resources from counselors, schools, churches and ministries like ours to help them achieve their desired goals. We will remain here, fighting for their rights, despite Facebook’s best efforts to muzzle us and disenfranchise them.”
Paulk was also among the authors who once lived and identified as LGBT whose books were removed from Amazon last year. Her book, Restoring Sexual Identity: Hope for Women Who Struggle with Same-Sex Attraction, was said to be in violation of the online retailer’s “content guidelines.”
“It is appalling that Amazon has banned books detailing how one struggling with unwanted same-sex attraction can overcome those feelings and steward his or her sexuality in a biblical fashion, while thinking nothing of selling books that celebrate the kind of deviancy Jeffrey Epstein was accused of,” Paulk said at the time.
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