It’s a bold move, as the toys to life category is pretty much non existent in India. Barring a few token attempts by distributors to bring in Activision’s Skylanders range, and parallel imports of Amiibos, there’s been very little to show in India. Vaidyanathan is aware of the challenge of being one of the first to market.
Going by the design of the dial, it looks like the Mi Watch Color that was launched in China in January this year. The smartwatch features a 1.39 inch AMOLED display, NFC support, and 24×7 heart rate monitoring. The wearable claims to last for up to 14 days on a single charge.
Second. We will all come to the polling stations on 21 November. This day will solidify our victory. Stashing those papers is only half the battle go beyond filing with a scanner to turn folios into digital files. “It’s really hard to stop any paper landing on your desk, but a scanner of this quality means it can be processed and gone in minutes,” she says. If you don’t want (or can’t) go paperless, embrace it: Whited recommends trashing your trash can so that whenever you need to junk something, you’ll have to get up and walk a few paces to the main recycling bin.
And that makes sense given that live TV streaming has also been getting more expensive. Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, and FuboTV all raised prices by $10 per month last year, while Sling TV raised prices by $5 per month across all of its packages. Over the year, prices for AT TV Now (formerly DirecTV Now) rose by a whopping $25 per month as AT seemingly lost interest in competing for price sensitive customers.Alan Wolk, the cofounder and lead analyst for TVRev, says last year defections are just the start of what will be considerably steeper declines over the next year or two.
Anand Kumar’s directorial project ‘Zila Ghaziabad’ opens with a sequence in which a train is being successfully robbed by a gang of robbers led by Mahendra Fauji (Arshad Warsi). And if you have seen the Dabangg series, it won’t take you long to realise that the ‘victory’ title song that follows the loot scene, is closely inspired by Salman Khan’s money raking film. But not just the song, you have ‘Zila Ghaziabad’ painted in the shades of ‘Dabangg’ series in every possible way..
The coolest thing is that you can listen to the local radio while on the ‘drive’, switch channels, and even control the speed of the car. You can also choose to turn the street sounds on and off. If you like this road trip and cultural tour experience, you can download the app too..