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    ...Also Read: Mulayam terms decisions of Akhilesh camp illegal As reported, the party office at Lucknow saw high drama with Akhilesh supporters creating a ruckus there, removing the nameplate of Shivpal Yadav. Mulayam Singh Yadav has now called for another convention of party workers on January 5 and issued a strongly worded letter in which he directly took on Ram Gopal saying some people “to save themselves from the CBI and assist BJP” are insulting netaji. Also Read: Coup in Samajwadi Party: Akhilesh claims SP prez post Earlier in the morning, the Akhilesh group declared a sort of coup in the party. In the national executive meet in Janeshwar Misra Park of Lucknow, Ramgopal Yadav announced the appointment of Akhilesh as party national president while removing Amar Singh for the party itself. ...

    TOI on Jan. 1, 2017, 5:45 p.m.

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    ...Technological applications of diamonds significantly outweigh their popularity as jewelry, and are increasingly widespread in industry. This is a motivation for researchers busy with elaboration of new diamond synthesis techniques. One of the problems they have addressed is production of needle- and thread-like diamond crystals. Such shaping of original natural and synthetic diamonds is possible due to polishing in the same way as in jewelry production. Other techniques include lithography and ion beam technologies, which help to separate fragments of desired shapes from large-sized crystals. However, such cutting techniques are quite expensive, and not always practical. ...

    TOI on Jan. 1, 2017, 5:37 p.m.

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    ...It will be done on an urgent basis so that it becomes operational by the next year,” a top BSF official told PTI on the condition of anonymity. According to BSF officials, a pilot project will take off within a few months in the Indo-Bangla riverine border area in West Bengal. “The pilot project will start in a few months once we get the equipment and other things that are needed. The areas, where lasers and sensors will be placed, have already been identified,” another official said. A team of technical experts will handle a pilot project for deploying technological solutions in riverine areas and the areas that lack fences. “The smart sensors will be monitored through a satellite- based signal command system. They will have night and fog operability tools. ...

    TOI on Jan. 1, 2017, 5 p.m.