Home Politics How UP roadwa...

How UP roadways’ Janrath Bus service will help prospective grooms

0

By Newsgram Staff Writer

Uttar Pradesh roadways, a public sector unit under Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation, will provide 2×2 AC buses called Janrath Buses on rent for marriage and tourist purposes.

Ashok Kumar Shrotriya, additional regional manager of UPSRTC said that the service will provide affordable, low cost air-conditioned buses.

‘The booking of the three 40 seater AC ‘Janrath Buses’ will happen on first-come-first-serve basis and consumers will be charged Rs 20,000/per bus.’ he told a news agency.

The buses will have facilities like LED screens, 4 channel music channel, WiFi ans GPS along with 40, 2×2 push-back seats, PTI quoted.

Rs.1.25/Km will be charged for every passenger for 400 Kms per day.

Next Story

Samsung Unveils latest Lightening Products To Maintain Circadian Rhythm

Samsung said the body releases about five percent more melatonin under light from the LM302N NITE packages compared to conventional LED packages, helping the user to relax

0
Samsung
Samsung said its LM302N products utilize precisely designed light spectra with optimized amounts of cyan. Pixabay

Samsung Electronics Company on Wednesday unveiled new lighting products that can help people maintain their circadian rhythm.

The new LED packages, collectively known as LM302N, will help consumers regulate their melatonin levels indoors, according to the tech giant.

“The benefits of using Samsung’s LM302N reach beyond the basic lighting function of visual recognition by improving the non-visual biological effects of lighting on people,” Kim Un-soo, senior vice president of LED business team at Samsung, said in a release.

Melatonin is a hormone that helps control human sleep-wake cycles and responds to the cyan wavelength range of light, Yonhap news agency reported.

Samsung said its LM302N products utilize precisely designed light spectra with optimized amounts of cyan.

Samsung
Samsung Electronics Company on Wednesday unveiled new lighting products that can help people maintain their circadian rhythm. Wikimedia Commons

LM302N DAY product can suppress the body’s melatonin level more than 18 percent below that produced by conventional LED lighting, enhancing an individual’s sense of alertness and energy level, according to the company.

Samsung said the body releases about five percent more melatonin under light from the LM302N NITE packages compared to conventional LED packages, helping the user to relax.

ALSO READ: Social Media Giant Facebook Brings New Initiative To Close Gender Data Gap

“The DAY and NITE packages can also be combined into a single luminaire to help people maintain their natural circadian rhythm 24 hours a day,” Samsung said. “This duo-lighting option is optimal for those who spend most of their time indoors and struggle with confused body clocks.” (IANS)

 

Next Story

Zebronics Unveils Latest Home Automation Smart Camera With Wifi

According to the company, one can download the MIPC app available on the Play Store or App Store

0
Zebronics
This home automation camera can also double as a baby monitor camera since it comes with a 350-degree rotating feature that can pan, 100-degree tilt and digital zoom at the object remotely through the smartphone app. IANS

Zebronics on Friday launched a new home automation smart camera that comes with WiFi, pan, tilt, digital zoom and AI priced at Rs 3,599.

“Surveillance in and around your premises is a must these days, but now with home automation camera monitoring what is happening inside your house is fairly accessible with a touch on your phone. We feel that our journey into home automation camera is just the beginning, there is a lot more to come in our home automation range,” Sandeep Doshi, Director, Zebronics said in a statement.

The camera comes with connectivity for LAN/WiFi/Hotspot and has a Micro SD card slot that supports up to 512 GB of memory for capturing/recording your data. The camera can be wall-mounted or used on a tabletop as well.

According to the company, one can download the MIPC app available on the Play Store or App Store. It helps to set up home automation camera with ease and comes along with features like changing the camera angle, setting up the alarm, motion tracking and more.

The camera comes with a unique feature called motion detection in case of any movement it would raise the alarm and send a notification to the users phone so that one can have a quick monitor/scan of their home.

Zebronics
Zebronics on Friday launched a new home automation smart camera that comes with WiFi, pan, tilt, digital zoom and AI priced at Rs 3,599. Wikimedia Commons

This home automation camera can also double as a baby monitor camera since it comes with a 350-degree rotating feature that can pan, 100-degree tilt and digital zoom at the object remotely through the smartphone app.

It also comes with Smart H.264 video compression which saves space while recording.

ALSO READ: US Commission Urges India to Take Steps to Resolve Communal Riots in New Delhi

Apart from the 350 degrees rotate feature there is a two-way communication feature that would help users to communicate with their loved ones. (IANS)

Next Story

Consider These Tips Before Shopping For a Lehenga

Here are tips before going lehenga shopping

0
Lehenga shopping
Shopping for a bridal lehenga is one of the main things which every bride-to-be feels exhilarated as well as frantic about. Pixabay

BY SIDDHI JAIN

Shopping for a bridal lehenga is one of the main things which every bride-to-be feels exhilarated as well as frantic about. Placing a considerate amount of time and thought in choosing the bridal lehenga can pay off on the wedding day.

From destination to decoration and from weather to wearability, there are several things to be considered while purchasing bridal wear. Puneet Jain and Yatin Jain, Directors, ODHNI share some tips to keep in mind while buying the wedding lehenga.

A felicitous bridal wear

It is good to know about the latest trend; however, following it blindly is what a bride should avoid. In fact, the art of buying the bridal lehenga lies in not slipping on the trendiest lehenga, but to look stunning and comfortable. Nowadays, designers come up with a new style every day. From fish-cut to A-line, from ruffles to fringes, there are various exquisite lehengas a bride can choose from. Moreover, even the most basic lehenga will be perfect as long as the bride pulls it off with ease and grace.

Lehenga shopping
It is good to know about the latest trend; however, following it blindly is what a bride should avoid during shopping. Wikimedia Commons

Another important step in choosing a bridal lehenga is that it should fit one’s body properly. If it doesn’t fit right, it won’t look flattering at all. Ensure that the length of the skirt goes with the bride’s height. Going for a silhouette, that is comfortable as well it suits one’s body shape, adds on the much-needed confidence.

Heavy lehenga or light lehenga?

It is essential for a bride to consider the climatic conditions before buying her wedding lehenga, as the wedding date directly impacts the bridal lehenga in terms of fabrics, colours and silhouettes. If getting hitched in summers, then it is recommended to opt for light-weight fabrics (like chiffon, crepe, georgette), lighter hues, and minimal embellishments. On the other hand, she can go for heavy fabric, hefty adornment and full-sleeved lehenga if the wedding is during winters. A bride cannot wear a velvet lehenga during a summer wedding, nor can she wear a chiffon saree for a winter ceremony.

Therefore, while purchasing the wedding ensemble, keep these external factors in mind to be at ease on the wedding day.

Know your colour

Lehenga shopping
During lehenga shopping you should choose the right colour. Wikimedia Commons

Although red remains the first pick of many brides, there are various beautiful options one can pick. Indeed, every colour has its own appeal, while a monochrome lehenga is a royal choice radiating a wealthy and noble feeling, a multi-colour lehenga is more spirited.

Correct embellishments

Chikankari, gota patti, sequin, zari, dabka, thread work; the list is endless when it comes to embroideries and embellishments. Look for the kind of work which fits one’s idea of ideal trousseau. Embellishment is used to enhance the beauty and richness of an outfit, yet embroidery, such as thread work, can make the bride look fuller.

Additionally, if the jewellery has already been purchased, try to sync the lehenga with that accordingly.

Also Read- Here’s Why Women Should Consume Walnuts

Give a personal touch in bridal wear

Indeed, a wedding outfit primarily defines a bridal look, and therefore, has to resonate with one’s own style that screams ‘YOU’ in every sense. Today, customising the bridal wear has become a desirable option among women. And so, adding the couple’s names together, a hashtag with initials of couple names, or even the wedding date etched on the latkans, on blouse back or sleeves, on the dupatta’s hem, or even on the lehenga skirt, makes the bridal attire striking and memorable. (IANS)