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Narendra Modi invites family members of died BJP workers in oath event

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New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) today paid tribute to families of 54 workers of Saffron party who died in incident of political violence in Trinamool Congress-ruled Mamata Banerjee by inviting them to attend swearing-in ceremony of new government.

About 54 BJP workers lost their lives in incidents of political violence in Mamata’s ruled state. Their families have been invited by Saffron party to attend oath taking ceremony of new government at center.

 

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In conversation with BJP we came to know that families of victims from West Bengal will reach Delhi by Rajdhani Express on Thursday morning.

According to BJP’s Bengal unit secretary Tushar Kanti Ghosh relatives of three workers- Sishupal Sahish, Trilochan Mahato and Dulal Kumar who were killed in Puruila district are among those going to New Delhi. All guests will return back to West Bengal on May 31th.

 

To pay tribute Narendra Modi invites family members of died workers in oath:

 

As per sources, all families reached Howrah railway station on Wednesday evening to board train. They showed their anger toward the Trinamool Congress for widespread violence in state.

According to sources, family members will request Prime Minister to bring culprits to book.

 

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In conversation with victim family, father of deceased BJP worker Tapas Barman said “My son was killed by police and no one has been punished yet. It is a great opportunity for us to be able to meet Prime Minister. We will demand CBI inquiry into our son’s death. We want the offenders to be published.”

Youths are trying to convey their message to PM Modi that he should take strictest of action so that no one else has to lose their father or brother anymore.

 

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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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