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Kejriwal has realised his mistake and begun afresh by taking up the cause of the aam aadmi and speaking only for the benefit of his electorate. The Vice President gave the clarification at the opening of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation and Secretaries to State Governments’ retreat in Abuja. He said the fund was not meant for the fight against insurgency in the North Eastern part of the country alone. existence So I was surprisingly at ease much more so than my wife was Now Ill be prepared for anything that comes" Carter was the 39th President of the United States Write to Tessa Berenson at tessaberenson@timeinccom Give thanks for life and the ability to stand our ground. which the state said was discriminating based on religious grounds. shared between the states who have to bear responsibility on the front line, Chibok community, It is also new for the Congress rank and file in Gujarat, which are on the rise.” Djokovic.

He said the abduction of the Chibok girls was nothing but a stumbling block to the realization of making education available to all by the year 2015. said two senior Mexican officials.He didnt give an exact date, saying: "Kim Jong Un of North Korea, and illegal structures torn down. Why should that be? along with a pair of VIP box seats and camping for WE Fest 2018, As Oliver put it,worland@time.m. with TIME political reporter Zeke Miller He reported on the midterm elections for this weeks cover story How Mitch McConnell Won the Day His other stories can be found here You can submit your questions beforehand on Twitter using the #AskTIME hashtag or in the comments of this post We depend on smart interesting questions from readers You will need to be a TIME subscriber to read the Q & A ($30 a year or 8 cents a day for the magazine and all digital content) Once youre signed up you can log in to the site with a username and password Get TIMEs The Brief e-mail every morning in your inbox Contact us at editors@timecomOne week out from the midterm elections voters around the country decried recent acts of politically tinged violence but it does not appear likely to be a major factor in how they vote In interviews with dozens of Democrats and Republicans in Texas and the Midwest almost none brought up the shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue or mail bombs sent to Democratic figures as a top concern for their vote Instead they cited the staple issues of health care immigration and the economy regardless of party When asked they tended to retreat to partisan positions with Democrats laying some blame for the violence at the increasingly heated rhetoric of President Donald Trump while Republicans argued that he was being unfairly criticized and said that liberals were also to blame for ratcheting up political hostility For George Shake a 49-year-old lawyer in Texas his vote was for Democratic House candidate Colin Allred was based on education health care criminal justice reform and women’s rights but it was also about adding a check on Trump “It’s what he doesnt stand for” Shake says as he waited for Allred to arrive for a Sunday-afternoon campaign stop “He’s not going to empower an insane president His vitriol keeps getting worse The attacks keep coming” He shook his head in disgust “The more hate we express in public is bad for our country It’s bad for all of us The president keeps ratcheting up the vitriol and hate in a way Ive never seen before It’s insane” Nearby John and Kirsten Schorsch were waiting for Allred too “I never thought wed be at this point” John said leaning against the bar in the lobby His wife a 51-year-old educator says of Trump: “This extreme demagoguery why is it being accepted Hes pouring gasoline on everything I worry whats going to happen at his rallies some times” John a 58-year-old lawyer said he worries about rebuilding "I dont know how we get back to normal" A couple hours later at an early voting location north of there Jason Alpers was casting his vote for the Republican ticket to have Trumps back The 36-year-old military veteran says he would prefer Trump tone down his anti-media rhetoric which he likens to a drumbeat He calls the tweets “hiccups” But he appreciates Trump’s efforts to de-escalate tensions with Russia and his work on trade deals “There’s still a lot of love for him” he said “He’s not political There’s a lot of questions about what a President should be but Donald Trump doesn’t care He’s playing the long game and that’s not always shown in a positive light He’s all about shock and awe and most people don’t get that But Donald Trump understands how to shift the focus” At an early voting location in Urbandale Iowa a quiet neighborhood in the suburbs of Des Moines the recent violence seemed as far away as a cable news show Voters listed their top issues as health care water and the strength of the Iowa economy but their response to it fell along partisan lines Sharon Marturello a 72-year-old Democrat blamed the president for creating a climate that enabled such violence “I lay it at the feet of president Trump" she said "And the way he conducted himself in the election" Evan Abbey a 42-year-old program administrator said “the presidents rhetoric is contributing to turbulence and the view that violence is justifiable" Both said they voted for Democrat Cindy Axne for Congress who is running to replace Republican Rep David Young But Lyle Pohlman 87 a retired underground utility locator said he continues to support the president and voted for Republicans in the midterms insisting that any connection between the presidents rhetoric and the political violence is "not viable" Cheryl Laird a 71-year-old retired school kitchen nutrition manager said that the political leanings of the man who sent pipe bombs to prominent Democrats and media organizations was irrelevant to the crime “This man has definitely got mental issues" she said “And just because he supported Trump I dont think that has a lot to do with it I think he had other problems" Both said they voted to re-elect Young “I think its the political rhetoric on both sides" Laird continued “The Republicans are to blame so are the Democrats everybody is just so upset about Trumps presidency and its just out of control all this name-calling to say that Trump is to blame for all these shootings” Write to Philip Elliott at philipelliott@timecom and Charlotte Alter at charlottealter@timecom Continuing in their tradition of dropping one-off singles with easy-listening pop loops Grammy-nominated electro DJ duo the Chainsmokers released a new track on Friday This one “Paris” leans into their storytelling tendency (remember the doomed couple of smash hit “Closer”) again with Drew Taggart as the male vocal toying with a complicated love affair But for once there’s no female singer featured making this the duo’s first real solo track since 2015 “We were staying in Paris / to get away from your parents” it opens “And I thought ‘Wow if I could take this in a shot right now / I don’t think that we could work this out’” a less-than-encouraging reflection on yet another tricky relationship This seems to be The Chainsmokers’ sweet spot: slow-burning tunesthis one is especially down-tempowith tropical house undercurrents a little bit of nostalgic story and an emotionally ambiguous core “If we go down then we go down together” the chorus admits rather wistfully C’est la vie Take a listen above Write to Raisa Bruner at raisabruner@timecomEvery January Las Vegas’ luxurious casino hotels and sprawling convention center serve as the home of CES the tech industry’s biggest confab of the year CES formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show is where companies large and small across the technology automotive health and home appliance spaces gather to show off their latest advancements Some recent highlights include a drone large enough to carry a human passenger artificially intelligent car systems and a high-tech refrigerator that automatically opens its doors when you approach in search of a midnight snack CES 2018 officially starts on Jan 9 and runs through Jan 12 but vendors like LG Samsung and Nvidia among others will be making big announcements during the press days on Jan 7 and Jan 8 Some of what comes out of CES will be purely incremental or even gimmicky of course (remember 3D TVs) And major tech companies like Apple and Google typically skip the event entirely saving their biggest announcements for WWDC and I/O respectively But with tech’s biggest names out of the picture CES gives a wider variety of companies a chance to shine And even in the absence of a new Apple or Google gadget the event gives tech fans a glimpse of what’s to come in 2018 2019 and beyond “You end up with a pretty good sense of the trends which technologies are important [and] where people are putting their money and talent” says Avi Greengart research director for consumer platforms and devices at research firm GlobalData Here’s a preview of three big trends to expect at CES 2018 Get the latest deals reviews and recommendations from the editors of TIME: sign up for The Goods newsletter here Smart Cars and The Internet of Things A Mercedes-Benz F 015 autonomous driving automobile is displayed at the Mercedes-Benz press event at The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas for the 2015 International CES on January 5 2015 in Las Vegas Nevada attendees (Photo by David Becker/Getty Images) David Becker—Getty Images Amazon’s Alexa virtual assistant stole the show in 2017 with brands including Ford Whirlpool GE and Dish adding the voice-activated helper to lamps washing machines and other devices Smart home appliances and intelligent automobiles have been dominant themes at CES in recent years and that’s expected to be the case yet again during the 2018 show Look no further than the conference’s agenda for proof of this which includes panels about smart home platforms the issue of liability when it comes to self-driving cars and other similar topics Ford CEO and President Jim Hackett is one of the conference’s keynote speakers in yet another sign that the automotive industry is just as crucial to the world’s biggest tech show as Silicon Valley Read more: 14 Video Games We Can’t Wait to Play in 2018 Greengart expects car companies to show some incremental improvements in autonomous driving safety systems and electric vehicles But don’t look for game-changing advancements when it comes to the Internet of Things a broad category that in part includes “smart” household appliances Instead it’s likely we’ll see a fresh batch of Internet-connected lights door locks kitchenware and other household gear that can be activated and monitored from your phone But that lack of sweeping change says Greengart isn’t necessarily a bad thing “We’re now seeing a bit of maturity in this space” he says “The Internet of Things is so vast and large that no one was really sure how it would work and whether it would all work together The answer that we’re seeing is that people buy these [products] piecemeal and control them with their voice That really wasn’t apparent two or three years ago” There is one change to look out for: More companies will likely throw artificial intelligence and machine learning the tech industry’s two favorite buzzwords into the mix Jennifer Kent director of research quality and product development at Parks Associates expects to see these technologies appear in products like security cameras which might eventually use AI to differentiate between a burglar and a mailman “We’ll continue to see the use of video analytics to decrease false alarms so that people aren’t turning off what are supposed to be the best features of these smart devices” says Kent Startups like Lighthouse Cherry AI as well as the Alphabet-owned Nest are already exploring such areas From the debut of the Willow breast pump at last year’s CES to shirts that can measure your heart rate and movement health has become an increasingly important part of the event This year’s showroom floor will have designated exhibition zones for health wellness and sleep gadgets as the industry starts to shift from general purpose health tech like fitness trackers to specialized products such as a wrist-worn glucose monitor and gadgets for helping you fall asleep “This has become a big area” says Greengart “The challenge here is to move beyond just tracking your steps in a way that users accept without becoming a medical device” TVs Workers look at a display of televisions by Samsung at the Las Vegas Convention Center as preparations continue for the opening of the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show January 5 2007 in Las Vegas Nevada Ethan Miller—Getty Images It wouldn’t be CES without companies like LG Samsung and Sony flaunting their dazzling new top-of-the-line television sets This year Greengart expects that support for high dynamic range better known as HDR will become more common in affordable TVs HDR boosts a TV’s contrast and color making images pop more prominently and generally improving the viewing experience But it’s not just about the display quality and technology; Kent believes that TV manufacturers will continue improving the software in their new smart TVs which could help TV makers control the entire viewing experience rather than giving a slice of it to Roku or Amazon “So much of the differentiation between these products is isn’t necessarily [about] the resolution [differences] between this and that device” says Kent “It’s content and the service wrapped in this experience” Read more: 3 Things I Love About Amazon’s Newest Echo (And 3 Things I Didn’t) Augmented Reality SAN FRANCISCO CA – MARCH 30: Microsoft employee Gillian Pennington demonstrates the Microsoft HoloLens augmented reality (AR) viewer during the 2016 Microsoft Build Developer Conference on March 30 2016 in San Francisco California The Microsoft Build Developer Conference runs through April 1 (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Justin Sullivan—Getty Images Voice-activated assistants mostly thanks to the popularity of Amazon’s Alexa may have been the star of last year’s conference But virtual reality was a close second with Intel hosting an entire press conference in VR and Samsung offering virtual reality-powered roller coaster rides Exhibitors at this year’s conference however are more likely to focus on augmented reality rather than virtual reality thanks to the debut of Apple’s ARKit software which helps developers built apps for iOS devices that overlay graphics on top of the real world Greengart believes we’ll see vendors showcase new apps and services that leverage Apple’s AR tools This effectively sums up the role that CES plays in an era during which companies like Facebook Apple Microsoft Amazon and Google reserve their major announcements for their own private keynotes “CES is not the place where you find the big game-changing product that’s going to take over the world” says Greengart “CES is where we see how it took over the world” Contact us at editors@timecom

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