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Arun Jaitley don’t want to be part of Narendra Modi’s new government

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New Delhi: Senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley wrote letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi that he cannot take active responsibility in new government due to his poor health condition.

Jaitley said that he have not only wrote a letter to Prime Minister but also informed Modi orally about his desire to not be a part of new BJP government so he can concentrate on his treatment and health. “I am writing to you to formally request you that i should be allowed a reasonable time for myself, my treatment and my health, and therefore, not be a part of any responsibility, for the present, in the new government,” Jaitley said in his letter.

 

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Earlier in January, Arun fell ill and was undergoing treatment in US. Just ahead of Interim Budget, Piyush Goyal was appointed interim finance minister as Jaitley couldn’t be present there.

Jaitley was not seen at BJP’s headquarters where party was celebrating their victory on the Lok Sabha elections result day.

Arun is one of top three leaders in BJP and the government, After Modi and party President Amit Shah but he was not spotted on result day.

 

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As we know that Jaitley has not made his appearance in public for about two weeks but he is in constant touch with people by publishing blogs and messages on social media.

 

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Jaitley has often acted as chief troubleshooter in Modi government as he is a lawyer-turned politician. In past five year, Jaitley steered through parliament major economic legislation such as a Goods and Services Tax (GST) – Which had weaken for nearly two decades – and has defended controversial policies for the government.

When he first took office in 2014, Modi had given him responsibility of three ministries- Finance, defense and information and broadcasting ministries.

 

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Google Photos now allows you to search for texts in your pics

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Google Lens has a powerful optical character recognition (OCR) filter that can pull text from any image. Available in Google Photos, the backup service this month is adding the ability to search for text in images.

The official Twitter account quietly announced the feature this afternoon after it was spotted by a user. Search in Google Photos can already recognize objects, events, and people or pets (when their faces are labeled.) Meanwhile, the app leverages GPS data in pictures to allow for location queries.

Photos will now also look for text that appears in images. This allows you to search for words and bring up all results where that phrase physically appears, no matter how small or if it’s at an angle. It performs particularly well on screenshots, but also works on any text that appears in an image.

Google Photos text search is ideal for documents, Wifi passwords, and anything else that you’ve saved by taking a picture. This works on both the Android and iOS apps, as well as the web client.

This feature is rolling out now, and live on several devices we checked. Once on the desired image, Google advises users to click the Lens button in order to easily copy and paste text.

 

 

 

 

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