babasaheb image download | Shayari, Status, Quotes, Stories

Suggested Stories

Best babasaheb image download Shayari, Status, Quotes, Stories & Poem.

  • Latest Stories

AminTikTok Download Not Available Any More. Here's What You Need To Know

All India  Edited by Divyanshu Dutta Roy (with inputs from Reuters)

Tik Tok download was banned by the Madras High Court in Tamil Nadu on April 3, saying it encouraged pornography and warning that sexual predators could target child users.

Updated : April 17, 2019 17:38 IST



Tik Tok banned in India : TikTok download has been blocked by Apple and Google.

New Delhi: 

The option to download TikTok, a popular video-sharing app, has vanished from Google and Apple app stores in India after the Madras High Court banned its downloads, in setback for its Chinese developer Bytedance Technology's efforts to tap India's growing internet content market. Users still looking to download Tik Tok, have been reported to be looking for 'TikTok download' and 'Tik Tok apk' online to gain access to the app. TikTok ban alsotriggered a series of jokes and memes on social media.

Downloading TikTok allows users to create and share short videos with special effects which are hugely popular in India but conservative pressure groups and politicians say its content is inappropriate.

The high court in Tamil Nadu asked the government on April 3 to ban TikTok downloads, saying it encouraged pornography and warning that sexual predators could target child users.

The government sent a letter requesting Apple and Google to follow the state court's order and not allow TikTok download, according to an IT ministry official.

Google blocked access to TikTok download in its Play store in India to comply with the court's directive, a person with direct knowledge told Reuters on Tuesday. TikTok app was not available for download in the Google Play Store or Apple's App Store on Wednesday.

Advertisement

Google said in a statement it does not comment on individual apps but adheres to local laws. Apple did not respond to requests for comment.

A spokesman for TikTok in India declined to comment on the app's removal, saying the matter was still in the courts.

Advertisement

The company had faith in the judicial system and was "optimistic about an outcome that would be well received by" its millions of users in India, he added.

What is TikTok Download?

Advertisement

TikTok had been downloaded more than 240 million times in India, app analytics firm Sensor Tower said in February. More than 30 million users installed the app in January 2019, 12 times more than in the same month last year.

Jokes, clips and footage related to India's thriving movie industry dominate the app's platform, along with memes and videos in which youngsters, some scantily clad, lip-sync and dance to popular music.

Bytedance challenged the court's ban order in the Supreme Court last week, saying it went against freedom of speech rights.

The top court had referred the case back to the state court, where a judge on Tuesday rejected Bytedance's request to put the ban order on hold, K. Neelamegam, a lawyer arguing against Bytedance in the case, said.opti

The state court has requested written submissions from Bytedance in the case and has scheduled its next hearing for April 24. Till then TikTok download is unlikely to reappear.

In its Supreme Court filing, Bytedance argued that a "very minuscule" proportion of TikTok content was considered inappropriate or obscene.

The company employs more than 250 people in India and had plans for more investment as it expands the business, it said.

(With inputs from Reuters)



Get the latest election news, live updates and election schedule for Lok Sabha Elections 2019 on ndtv.com/elections. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitterand Instagram for updates from each of the 543 parliamentary seats for the 2019 Indian general elections.

Show full article

COMMENTS

Related

TikTok Ban in India May Not Have the Desired Results, Claim Experts

TikTok Ban Leads To Hilarious Memes And Jokes On Twitter

TikTok Ban: Popular Chinese App Removed From App Store, Play Store in India After Court Order

Google Blocks TikTok In India After Court Order; "Optimistic", Says App

TikTok App Blocked In India By Google After Court Order: Report

More Stories

TikTok Download Not Available Any More. Here's What You Need To Know

Jet Airways Suspends Operations, Hopes To Be Back Soon: 10 Points

50 Lakh Lost Jobs Over 2 Years, Trend Began Just After Notes Ban: Report

more top stories

Quick links

Home

Latest

Live TV

News Beeps

Elections

Videos

Business

Offbeat

India

World News

Cities

South

Opinion

Indians Abroad

Photos

Doctor

Gadgets

Auto

Weather

© Copyright NDTV Convergence Limited 2019. All rights reserved.

4 Love
0 Comment

9 Awesome Things You Can Experience For Free In India


India is a large and varied land. One of the few things that unite all of us is our quest for free and inexpensive things. No matter how affluent you are, freebies and discounts always attract you.
So, we have tried to create a list of few things that you can enjoy absolutely free of cost in your own country.
1. Read rare books at the National Library.
Image sourceThe National Library, Kolkata is the largest library in India. The library was opened for providing free assistance to needy students. You can enjoy the reading facilities of this iconic library, absolutely free of cost.
You can stay as long as you want and read as many books as you want.
Fact Source
2.  Enjoy lip smacking food at the famous religious kitchens of India for free.
Image sourceIn India, there are many religious places that offer you great food without charging you a single penny. Places likethe Golden Temple, Amritsar, the Sri Sai Sansthan Prasadalaya, Shirdi and Jagannath Temple, Puri are just some of the places that offer delicious food absolutely free of cost.
3. Go to the India-Nepal border and visit a foreign land for free.
Image sourceWe all wish to go outside India, at least once but often the expenses becomes a major hindrance. Though we admit Nepal might not fulfill your definition of abroad but it still remains a foreign land which requires no entry fee.
4. Go the top of the Jama Masjid Minarets to enjoy the view of the city.
Image sourceAnybody who has been to the top of the Jama Masjid Minarets in Delhi would agree that it is an experience of a lifetime. Once you reach the top of the minaret, it actually feels like you can see the entire city.
It is one of the best things one can enjoy in Delhi, without spending a single penny.
5. Visit India’s only sanitary museum.
Image sourceThough the idea of visiting a sanitary museum might sound a little weird but trust me it is one of the unique experiences you will ever have. The museum is open 365 days and the Time magazine has rated it amongst the weirdest museums in the world.And you don’t even need to spend any extra bucks to visit this unique and exciting place.
6. Enjoy lip-smacking pakoda, chops and cutlets for free on Netaji’s bday.
Image sourceWell, believe it or not, there is actually a shop in north Kolkata known as the Laxmi Narayan Shaw and Sons, which serves its best items for free on Netaji’s birthday.
It is said that even Ramkrishna Paramhansa used to enjoy the ‘telebhajas’ from this shop.
Fact Source
7. Watch films for free at Film festivals.
Image sourceIf you want to enjoy a good film for free then film festivals are your place. In most of the film festivals that are held across India, they screen many films for which you do not need to pay a single rupee for the tickets.
8. Enjoy an exotic experience at Auroville in Puducherry.
Image sourceAnybody who has been to Puducherry would admit that it is one of the prettiest places in the country. You might be a little surprised to know that you can actually enjoy to entire stay in Pondicherry absolutely free.
All you need to do is contact the ashram and sign up with them and they would often provide you free accommodation and free food. Interestingly, that is not all, in Auroville, you can attend things like Yoga classes, film screenings, and most these stuff do not cost you any extra bucks.
9. Visit chocolate factories in Ooty and enjoy free chocolates.
Image sourceThere is hardly any place in India which as pretty and romantic as Ooty. This beautiful hill-station is not only famous for its scenery but also for its brilliant chocolates. Though you might find quite a few chocolate factories.
Not only can you visit these factories for free but most of these factories gives you a coupon that allows you to enjoy complimentary chocolates.
Fact Source
And you thought nothing is free in this world!

5 Love
0 Comment

What is a Mirrorless Camera?
While a DSLR camera uses a mirror mechanism to either reflect light into an optical viewfinder, or pass it through directly to the camera sensor, a mirrorless camera completely lacks such mirror mechanism (hence the name), which means that the light passing through the lens always ends up on the imaging sensor. Since light is no longer reflected on an optical viewfinder (OVF), mirrorless cameras typically rely on electronic viewfinders (EVF) and LCDs that basically project what the imaging sensor sees. Because of lack of a mirror mechanism and an optical viewfinder, mirrorless cameras can be made simpler, lighter and less bulky when compared to DSLR cameras.
when compared to a mirrorless camera, a DLSR has a lot more components that make up the internals of the camera. Aside from the complex mirror mechanism, there is a focusing screen, a condenser lens, pentaprism / pentamirror and other components such as a secondary mirror and a phase-detection autofocus sensor that are present on a DSLR.

How Mirrorless Cameras Work

In contrast, a mirrorless camera is much simpler mechanically – light passes through the lens directly onto the image sensor and the optical viewfinder is replaced with an electronic viewfinder that replicates the image sensor. In normal operation, the mechanical camera shutter stays open and is only typically utilized at the end of exposure. Due to lack of both mirror and pentaprism, the flange distance (which is the distance between the lens mount and the image sensor) on mirrorless cameras can be shortened significantly, as the illustration above shows. Because of this, most mirrorless camera bodies are thinner and lighter compared to DSLRs.

Mirrorless cameras have many advantages over DSLR cameras. Aside from the potentially lighter weight and bulk of the camera itself, the use of an electronic viewfinder can bring many benefits to photographers. Since everything is duplicated directly from the image sensor, camera settings such as white balance, saturation and contrast can be seen through the viewfinder directly and additional information overlays including live histograms can be placed within the viewfinder, allowing photographers to see exactly what they are about to take a picture of. When combined with fast contrast-detection or on-sensor phase detection system, one can take advantage of being able to zoom in on a subject to verify focus, use focus peaking, face detection and other powerful features to ensure that focus is achieved precisely with every shot. When shooting in daylight conditions, one can utilize the electronic viewfinder to review images, instead of relying on the back LCD of the camera.

At the same time, mirrorless cameras have their list of disadvantages. First, the electronic viewfinder can only be active when the camera is turned on and power is provided to the image sensor, which can significantly affect the battery life of a camera. Second, electronic viewfinders can have noticeable lag, blackouts and high contrast, which can make it difficult for some photographers to get used to. When it comes to autofocus, although the latest mirrorless camera models can be very fast and accurate, they still do not do as well when shooting fast action, especially in low-light situations.
#potd #image #Photo #Nojoto #Photography #nojotophotography #CameraInfo Above pic is of a Sony A7 M3 mirror less
..

3 Love
0 Comment

(Interview of Adam Bird) Beautiful Photos Capture Surreal Moments of Being Trapped in a Dream

British photographer Adam Bird immediately caught our attention with his lush, fantastical imagery. The 19-year-old fine art and fashion photographer is shooting friends, models, and even himself, in situations that are one part fairy tale, one part Surrealist painting, and one part Pink Floyd album cover. The cool, muted colors help give his work a melancholy feel, with his figures often shot from behind or with downcast eyes. As the viewer, we are transported into Bird's fantasy world, taken along for a quasi-cinematic ride.
Bird discovered his love of photography in 2012, and inspired by nature and fairy tales, he's set about honing his craft. Already editing pre-existing photos, he then set about using that skill on his own images—resulting in artistically stunning photographs limited only by his imagination. We recently had a chat with Adam about his work and what we can expect from him next. Read on below for our exclusive interview.

Your photos almost look like surrealist paintings. What inspires your photography style?
The inspiration behind my work comes from a lot of places and can hit me at any time. It could just be a mood that I’m feeling or simply the weather on the day of a shoot. My of photography is greatly inspired by other photographers and artists too, such as Tim Walker. I love the surreal and playful aspect behind his work and how his images can hold your attention and make you think.




As someone who occasionally inserts drawings into his photography, how do you think mixing in other mediums can enhance the final image?
I practiced with a similar technique at college before but it was not so successful. I think mixing mediums like drawing and photography makes for a much more interesting image. It allows me to play on my imagination and create images with a magical aspect in them.
You've also been known to include self-made props, as opposed to ones that are digitally added in post-production. How would you say this affects your final image?
I’ve actually made props for several of my photos now. Digitally adding them is always fun but I much prefer to have a physical prop on set. It allows your subject to interact with the scene and also creates a sense of believability.


You decided to pose for the first photo yourself because the water was extremely cold, and you didn't want to put a model in that situation. How did it feel to be on the other side of the lens?
I’ve been experimenting with self-portraiture lately and I’m quite enjoying it. At first it felt strange to be on the other side of the lens, but the shoots are usually quicker as I know exactly what I need to capture. It has helped me a lot with direction too and how to make my models feel more comfortable in front of the camera.


What role does nature play in your photography?
I love the outdoors. Shooting in a studio just doesn’t do it for me and being outside with nature gives me a ton more possibilities when creating surreal scenes. However, one day I’d like to look into set building and bringing the outdoors in!



Do you have any particular image that has special significance for you?
I do! The above image was the first time I worked with a professional model and it kind of got the ball rolling for me to work with a team.
We love seeing how your work has developed. Do you have any upcoming projects people should look out for?
I do! I’m currently working on an Alice in Wonderland series and I’m in the process of making a giant teacup prop! Keep an eye on my Facebook page for updates on it!

Get a behind-the-scenes look at Adam's photoshoots to see how he achieves these incredible shots.

Adam Bird Photography: Website | Facebook | Instagram | Flickr

8 Love
1 Comment
1 Share
I miss those days When i was a innocent child... 
And was aware of... What is a struggling life? 
© ragi's pen  #NojotoQuote

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcslW6wGKXzurcQtsdE0gbA #nojotohindi #NojotoWodHindiQuoteGIF#Nojoto #nojotoapp Follow more such stories by ragini kumari https://nojoto.com/post/bfb8007f9e6fa45ace66b3c54bdd542b/ Via Nojoto Showcase Your Talent. दिखाइए अपना हुनर, और हो जाइये प्रसिद्ध, पूर्णत: नि:शुल्क! Download Nojoto App https://goo.gl/gDuQXq #Nojotocomedy #FunnyHindiQuoteStatic #Memes Follow more such stories by ragini kumari https://nojoto.com/post/02c135592127273da3eccfd4647b75b2/ Via Nojoto Showcase Your Talent. दिखाइए अपना हुनर, और हो जाइये प्रसिद्ध, पूर्णत: नि:शुल्क! Download Nojoto App https://goo.gl/gDuQXq #nojotohindi #NojotoWodHindiQuoteGIF #EmotionalHindiQuoteGIF #hugday Follow more such stories by ragini kumari https://nojoto.com/post/2dd77cf579a25f7ebb3dcd063c2416f8/ Via Nojoto Showcase Your Talent. दिखाइए अपना हुनर, और हो जाइये प्रसिद्ध, पूर्णत: नि:शुल्क! Download Nojoto App https://goo.gl/gDuQXq #nojotoenglish #EmotionalEnglishQuoteGIf #Nojoto #nojotoapp #Instagram Follow more such stories by ragini kumari https://nojoto.com/post/11dbb5fb644509b5b81edefc0a372c64/ Via Nojoto Showcase Your Talent. दिखाइए अपना हुनर, और हो जाइये प्रसिद्ध, पूर्णत: नि:शुल्क! Download Nojoto App https://goo.gl/gDuQXq
#nojotoenglish #NojotoCTLEnglishQuoteStatic#WorldRadioDay

28 Love
1 Comment