Panaji: The Goa Chief Minister and former Defence Minister, Manohar Parrikar, on Friday said the “Kashmir issue” is not easy to resolve and advocated a “long-term policy” for it.Mr. Parrikar was speaking at a State government-organised function on Dr. B.R. Ambedkar’s 126th birth anniversary on Friday. ‘Discussions are spoilers’ He also said discussions on sensitive issues should be minimal. “There are some things on which discussions should be minimal. These things need to be made to happen instead. Discussions can be spoilers. The media asked me about some issues today morning. I asked them: do you want this thing to happen, or do you want it to become news?”Open discussions, according to Mr. Parrikar, bring multiple opinions to the fore and may become a hindrance in decision-making: “If you want something to happen, don’t discuss it too much in the news. When there is a discussion, one person says one thing, while someone else says something else.”He also said he wasn’t accustomed to New Delhi and there was “a lot of pressure” on him there.‘Shivaji is my guru’Mr. Parrikar also said Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj is his political guru. However, he said worshipping icons is not enough. “I imbibe [Shivaji’s] qualities only as much as I can. I have to learn from his qualities. There is no point merely worshipping.” He added, “It is important to imbibe at least some of [Dr. B.R.] Ambedkar’s qualities. We cannot imbibe everything. If you did, you would become Babasaheb [Ambedkar] yourself.”
HTC U11 is set to launch tomorrow, May 16. Ahead of the launch, the smartphone has been subjected to several leaks and rumours which revealed a lot about the flagship device even before it could launch. Now a new leak almost confirms the price of the upcoming HTC U11. The report comes from Mobilexpose which mentions that the the flagship phone is expected to be priced at $659 (roughly around Rs 42,261). The report apart from revealing the price, also states that the smartphone will go on sale on May 19. However, the company is yet to confirm on the same as of now. Further, if the leaked report is to be taken seriously, the upcoming HTc U11 will go on sale only in Taiwan for the time being. However, is soon expected to enter other markets, including India very soon. Maybe in the coming few days or months.Also Read: HTC U11 can record 360-degree video shows new teaser, launch set for May 16Well, as of now, this bit of information about the flagship phone should be taken with a pinch of salt as HTC is yet to confirm on the same. As mentioned earlier, the smartphone has been subjected to several leaks and speculations. A recently leaked video teaser shows that the device comes with the ability to record 360-degree video. The video shows that the upcoming flagship device by HTC is capable of “360 real-life recording”.The flagship phone also made its way to the GeekBench, GFXBench and other benchmarking websites as well, wherein the listing reveals a lot about the handset. A few days ago, complete specs sheet of the device has also been leaked. The specs sheet shows that the HTC U11 will come packed with a 5.5-inch QHD display, 4GB RAM, coupled with 64GB internal storage. However, an info-graphics leaked earlier shows that 6GB of RAM with 128GB of internal storage space. This clearly shows that chances are that HTC U11 can be launched in two variants.advertisementAlso Read: HTC U11 spotted on GFXBench, full specs sheet leakedThe listing further states that the upcoming HTC U11 flagship phone is expected to run on Android 7.1.1 Nougat and will be further powered by Qualcomm’s latest processor, which also powers the Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus and Xiaomi Mi 6 – Snapdragon 835 chipset. Furthermore, the same processor is expected to be seen on the OnePlus 5, which is rumoured to launch next month.Further on the camera front, HTC U11 is expected to come with a 12-megapixel camera on the rear which comes also with OIS and HTC’s “UltraPixel 3” and “UltraSpeed AF” brandings. While on the other hand fits a 16-megapixel selfie shooter on the front, with f/2.0 and selfie panorama. Display wise, the smartphone is going to sport a 5.5-inch Quad HD display and is further protected by a Gorilla Glass 5.Well, all the information about the upcoming HTC U11 for now should be taken with a pinch of salt, until the official launch of the device, which is all prepared to unveil tomorrow.