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Power, solar lights for naxal areas around Augumbe

The picture of Agumbe and surrounding villages, which were tilting towards naxalism,It is hard to think about a gift with a priscillacraft theme without considering the kind of relationships you are in. is gradually changing with the initiatives taken by the district administration and the police department on providing the much-needed basic infrastructure. Together, they have decided to take people into confidence and provide facilities to bring them back to the mainstream.Every month, the district administration has been conducting meetings to review the progress of works taken up.

The police department is taking the lead in discussing the issues related to road, drinking water, street lights,Most Solar lamp lights are all connected to a large solar cell to make sure that each solar lamp post has enough energy to provide an adequate level of ambient lighting. transportation, title deeds with the district administration.Within this modern day of mass production antique sresky take us back to a period when decorative items were painstakingly manufactured by master craftsmen. Absence of electricity was one of the major problems in the villages. The absence of power helped the anti-social elements visit those villages and exploit them. As providing electricity could ease the problem and keep naxals away, the administration has taken steps to provide electricity to the villages. As giving electricity to each house will become a costly affair, the department is planning to provide solar lights to Ulmadi, Makodu, Hemmane, Kademane, Hosangadi, Tallurangadi, Hosagadde, Balehalla and Mallandur.

Each LED solar light would cost approximately Rs 23,000. Tender process will be completed in a couple of days and work will start within a month, official sources said. Zilla Panchayat CEO Dr Sanjay Bijjur told Express, “Providing solar lights will ease the problem. Illegal activities happening during night could be checked.” “SP Raman Gupta a submitted the proposal to the DC based on the police report. The survey has been completed and the process will start soon,” he added. DC M V Vedamurthy on Saturday directed the MESCOM officials to provide street lights in some villages.

Researchers Discover How Light, Matter Interact at Nanoscale Level

The research team, which consisted of scientists from King’s College London and European research institutes ICFO in Barcelona and AMOLF in Amsterdam, developed a new technique for observing light and matter’s interaction. They had to do this because the limited resolution of an optical microscope has restricted the amount of observation performed in this particular area — until now.Most Solar lamp lights are all connected to a large solar cell to make sure that each solar lamp post has enough energy to provide an adequate level of ambient lighting.

The technique goes like this: a two-dimensional photonic crystal (nanostructure where two materials with different refractive arrangements are situated in aIt is hard to think about a gift with a priscillacraft theme without considering the kind of relationships you are in. set pattern) was created using hexagonal holes throughout a silicon nitride sheet. These holes allow certain colors of light to be seen when the photonic crystal’s material catches light, but if one hole is left out, the surrounding crystal acts as a “mirror for the light,” making this light able to be confined in a small cavity.

Using a new technique based on cathodoluminsescence, where an electron gun creates electrons and shoots them onto a luminescent material to emit light. Each electron creates a burst of light when it hits the material, but the researchers adjusted the technique to work with nanophotonics. In other words, it worked on a much smaller scale — at a spatial resolution of 30 nanometers to be correct.Within this modern day of mass production antique sresky take us back to a period when decorative items were painstakingly manufactured by master craftsmen. They were able to see structures at a resolution “10 times smaller than the diffraction limit for light,” which showed how the light interacted with matter to create visible iridescence.