South Korean multinational LG recently announced the launch of two of its budget smartphones– K11 Plus and K11 Alpha in Chile. The phones are a successor to the company’s K10 series which was first introduced back in 2017.As far as LG K11 Plus is concerned, it features a 5.3-inch display with a resolution of 1280×720 pixels. It features a scratch resistant metal cover design that supports MIL-SPEC military grade durability. It is powered by a 1.5GHz octa-core MediaTek processor and runs on Android 8.0 Oreo.In terms of memory, LG K11 Plus sports 2GB RAM and 32GB internal memory which can be expanded up to 2TB via a microSD card. As far as the camera is concerned, the phone comes with a single front and rear camera. While on the front, K11 Plus comes with a 5MP sensor, on the rear side, the phone features a 13MP sensor with phase detection auto focus and flash. In terms of connectivity, K11 Plus supports Wi-Fi 801.11, Wi-Fi direct, GPS, Bluetooth, FM Radio and micro USB Type-B.It also comes comes with a fingerprint sensor which is placed on the rear side of the phone below the camera and flash. K11 Plus features DTS:X surround sound and it is backed by a 3,000mAh battery. It is available in Blue, Black and Gold colour variants.As far K11 Alpha is concerned, the phone is similar to K11 Plus in terms of features and specifications. Both the phones will be available sometime in August. According to a report by GSM Arena, while K11 Plus will be available for 270 Euros (Rs 21,700 approximately), its toned down variant K11 Alpha will be available for 220 Euros (Rs 17,700 approximately).advertisementALSO READ: LG Q Stylus series launched with Full Vision Display and military grade durabilityMeanwhile, LG back in June this year launched its Q Stylus series– Q Stylus, Q Stylus Plus and Q Stylus Alpha– with Full Vision Display and military grade durability. The three smartphones will feature the company’s Qlens technology along with DTS: Xaudio technology. They will come with a stylus which is similar to Samsung’s Galaxy Note series and they will be available in the US and Asia before a global rollout in the third quarter of the year.
Manchester United caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has waxed lyrical about his team’s counter-attacking display against Arsenal.Solskjaer insists the Red Devils added another counter-attacking display to the history books in their encounters against the Gunners in Friday’s FA Cup fourth-round win.United used the counter-attack to devastating effect at the Emirates Stadium and ran out 3-1 winners courtesy of goals from Alexis Sanchez, Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial.Solskjaer believes it was no coincidence that his game plan was successful, pointing to past examples, including the 2009 UEFA Champions League semi-final, as proof for his point.Solskjaer praises Harry Maguire after Man United’s 1-0 win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer singled out Harry Maguire for praise after helping Manchester United keep a clean sheet in their 1-0 win over Leicester City.“If you go through the history and the games we’ve played against Arsenal that’s how it is,” he told MUTV, as quoted by FourFourTwo.“I remember a goal I scored in 1997 after we defended a corner – it went from Giggsy [Ryan Giggs] to Karel [Poborsky] to Andy [Cole] and into me.”“Everyone knows about the classic Champions League goal [in 2009] with Ji [Park Ji-sung], Cristiano [Ronaldo] and Wayne [Rooney] running forward.”“Wazza has scored a couple more like that, as has Ji, so the counter-attacking threat that we have is in our history against Arsenal.”
Dan Cohen AUTHOR The House and Senate got a relatively early start on negotiations over a conference agreement for the fiscal 2017 defense authorization bill, but enactment of the measure is not certain as the Obama administration has issued a veto threat due to its opposition to a variety of policy provisions in the two versions.The administration’s sticking points include language in the Senate version reorganizing the Pentagon, including a provision which would eliminate the undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics, and assign its duties to multiple officials, including an undersecretary for management support. DOD objects to other changes to its acquisition policies as well.The White House criticized the House version over its reliance on $18 billion in overseas contingency operations account (OCO) funds for base budget items — including more weapons and equipment, and higher end strength levels — not requested by the DOD. Using the funds allocated to the OCO account — which is not subject to the statutory budget caps — in an effort to restore shortfalls in military readiness would result in funding for overseas operations to run out at the end of April.“There’s a code term in there, ‘strongly object,’ which is normally interpreted as a veto threat, and there were more than 18 of those in this year’s statement of administration policy,” said Andrew Hunter, a senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.Committee leaders began formal conference talks in July, with staff working out many of the lower-profile issues since then in an effort to agree on a compromise version when lawmakers return in September. With Congress back in session, the pace of negotiations should pick up.Lawmakers say they are hopeful they can reach agreement on a final bill before November, but analysts believe another late-year vote is more likely, reported Defense News.“It’s unlikely to make much progress in September,” said Justin Johnson of the Heritage Foundation.
KOLKATA: Two persons were beaten up by the locals of Sahagunj in Chinsurah over a housewife’s death. Later, both of the attacked persons were detained by the police and three persons have been arrested.Sources informed that Madhumita Bhattacharya of Kanakshali area got married to Tamal Chatterjee around seven years ago. Meanwhile, Bhattacharya’s relatives alleged that Chatterjee used to torture Bhattacharya regularly. Her parents passed away within a few years of her marriage. Since then she had been facing torture. It was alleged that Chatterjee and his family members forced her to transfer properties worth crores of rupees that she inherited from her parents. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeRecently, Bhattacharya moved to her paternal house as she was depressed and her heart tore into pieces when she came to know that Chatterjee was getting married again. On Tuesday while going somewhere in a toto, she met with an accident and was admitted to a hospital in Chinsurah, where she died on Thursday morning. As the news of her death reached Kanakshali, the locals got furious. When Chatterjee and his father went there, they started bashing the duo. Police later recovered and took them to the police station. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedIn another incident, a housewife has been murdered by her husband at Nodakhali in South 24-Parganas. Locals informed that Shaikh Sadek and Tanuja Bibi used to live there for several years. For a long time, Sadek remained jobless and the family faced endless financial problems. At one night, a massive altercation broke out between Sadek and Bibi over financial issues. Some neighbours alleged that Sadek was an alcoholic. To make ends meet, Bibi had taken up work as a domestic help at several places. But that did not work as Sadek used to take away her money to buy alcohol. On Thursday morning, when Sadek was refused money, he started threatening his wife. All of a sudden, he hit Bibi with a mortar and pestle and fled the scene. Her neighbours rushed Bibi to a hospital where she was declared brought dead. Later, a complaint against Sadek was lodged and a murder case initiated. Police are searching for Sadek, who is still at large.