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 WhatsApp has become a part of all of our lives in some way or the other. After the Corona epidemic, there has been an increase in the trust of WhatsApp for secure communication of school, college or office. In such a situation, keeping in view the needs of its users, changes are being made in the features of WhatsApp continuously. Let us know what changes have been made by WhatsApp and what is coming with new ones.

Also understand how users will be able to use all these features?


Can send files up to 2GB

  • Currently, WhatsApp only allows sharing of 100MB files at a time.
  • Now WhatsApp will allow file transfer up to 2GB (Gigabyte).
  • With this new feature, people will be able to easily send a project or video.

Will be able to make voice calls to 32 people in one touch

  • In the feature of WhatsApp, 32 people will be able to do one-tap voice calling simultaneously.
  • The company is making some changes to the screen visible during group voice calls.
  • The platform is adding voice waveforms for all group members during group calls. Voice waveforms are the waves (a line going up and down) seen in voice notes. There is little change in this design, but the new platform will be completely different in appearance.

WhatsApp users can now pause and play voice messages

  • Earlier, recording had to be stopped and started again when there was an obstacle or a separate sound.
  • Now you can use handsfree mode to record long messages.
  • In case of any interruption, you can stop the recording by touching on Pause.
  • Then you can play and record further. This feature will be helpful for recording long voices.

Voice message will stay where it is paused

  • If you came out of the chat after pausing earlier, then you had to listen to the voice from the beginning, but now there is no need to listen to the voice message at once.
  • You can exit the chat by pausing the voice message.
  • When you go back to the chat, the voice can be heard from where it was left. This feature will help in listening to voice messages for a long time.

WhatsApp voice message can be heard first

  • Till now, there was only one option to send voice messages on WhatsApp, that was to record and send the message by holding the mic, but now new features have also been added.
  • Users will touch and up the mic to send a voice note.
  • Will record voice, there is also an option to pause in the middle, then you can record further by playing.
  • After being recorded, it can also be heard itself, after that audio can be sent.

Listen to audio messages in fast playback

  • WhatsApp also allows users to listen to voice notes at 1.5x or 2x speed.
  • For that, there is a 1x button on the right side of the voice note, by clicking on it the message can be heard at 1.5x or 2x speed.

New feature related to community is likely to come

  • There used to be groups on WhatsApp, but the community feature will work to bring people together in different groups under one platform.
  • There will not be a limit of 200 or 400 to add people to the community, even if it is 1000, then it will be up to 1000.
  • This feature was supposed to launch on November 6, but it is due to be late by 6 months. Like spam which is more in the group then it will be more due to more people in the community. Many new features are being brought to control it.
  • Likely to come in the next beta. After that the normal roll out will also happen.

Understand what is waveform design voice message

  • WhatsApp users will now be able to see the visual representation of the voice of the voice message.
  • The company says that the design will help users follow the recording.
  • WhatsApp has introduced a similar waveform design for voice calls as well.

Poll option will come like telegram

  • The poll option is already there in Telegram, but not in WhatsApp.
  • If the consumer base of WhatsApp is very good, then the poll will be very interesting.
  • Testing is on in beta, so it will probably come in the next update or its next update.

Logout feature will be like other social media platforms

  • Earlier, WhatsApp could run on only one phone at a time. OTP was required to do in the second.
  • Now you can run in other phone also, just for that you have to logout from other device.

Photo will be visible in message notification, know how

  • When a message comes that you do not want to open and ignore it without opening WhatsApp.
  • Now without opening WhatsApp, you can see the profile picture of the sender of the message, who has messaged.

Archive will be renamed

  • Used to put the message in the archive to ignore it.
  • Now WhatsApp is changing the name of Archive to Read Later.
  • From Read Later, you will remember that you have to read a message later.

Message forwarding limit will be reduced

  • To prevent spam, the limit for forwarding a message was only up to five people.
  • Even then people used to send 10 times five by five to 50 people.
  • Now this limit is being reduced to one, that is, one person will be able to forward only one.

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Read some important things related to WhatsApp-

  • WhatsApp was bought by Meta i.e. Facebook in 2014.
  • In 2022, WhatsApp is coming with 13 new features. Its aim is to enhance the experience of its users and bring interesting features like Facebook and Instagram.
  • Some of these features were already available for testers on Android and iOS platforms. Although the company has not yet given the launch date, once it is rolled out, all the features will be included in the voice messaging tool brought by the company a few weeks ago.
  • One more thing, if you want new features first, then you should transfer to WhatsApp beta. Any feature enters beta before it becomes normal.
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 In this update we are covering about lic ipo listing date lic listing date lic ipo share price lic listing price, Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) is an Indian statutory insurance and investment corporation headquartered in the city of Mumbai, India. It is under the ownership of Government of India. The Life insurance Corporation of India was established on 1 September 1956, when the Parliament of India passed the Life Insurance of India Act that nationalized the insurance industry in India. Over 245 insurance companies and provident societies were merged to create the state-owned Life Insurance Corporation of India

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India’s largest insurer Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) will list its shares on the stock exchanges on Tuesday after witnessing a good response from domestic investors in the initial share sale, which fetched Rs 20,557 crore to the government.

The government had fixed the issue price of LIC shares at Rs 949 apiece for allotment to investors. LIC policyholders and retail investors have got the shares at a price of Rs 889 and Rs 904 apiece, respectively, after taking into account the discount offered.

LIC IPO listing: Shares of Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) of India is going to debut on the Dalal Street today. As per the information available on the BSE website, LIC IPO listing date is 17th May 2022. The BSE notice informs that ‘the equity shares of Life Insurance Corporation of India shall be listed and admitted to dealings on the Exchange in the list of ‘A’ Group of Securities’ in a Special Pre-open Session (SPOS). 

The Rs 21,000 crore blockbuster initial public offering (IPO) of LIC had witnessed a good response from the investors getting subscribed 2.95 times after a marathon 6-day subscription period from May 4-9. The shares which are to be allocated for the qualified institutional buyers (QIBs) was subscribed 2.83 times, while those of non institutional investors was subscribed 2.91 times and that of retail individual investors (RIIs) was subscribed 1.99 times. Apart from these, the policyholders portion was subscribed 6.12 times while the employees segment was subscribed 4.40 times.

LIC Share Listing update: देश की सबसे बड़ी बीमा कंपनी जीवन बीमा निगम (LIC IPO) मंगलवार को दलाल स्ट्रीट में एंट्री करने के लिए पूरी तरह से  तैयार है। सरकार को 20,557 करोड़ रुपये के इस आईपीओ के लिए घरेलू निवेशकों से अच्छी प्रतिक्रिया मिली थी। सरकार ने एलआईसी के शेयरों (LIC Share price) का प्राइस बैंड 949 रुपये प्रति शेयर तय किया है। एलआईसी के पॉलिसीधारकों और रिटेल निवेशकों  को क्रमश: 889 रुपये और 904 रुपये प्रति शेयर के भाव पर शेयर मिलेंगे। 

India priced LIC’s record-breaking IPO last week at 949 Indian rupees ($12.20), the top of the indicated range. The government has raised around $2.7 billion from selling a 3.5% stake in LIC, the country’s top insurer, which is state owned.

But volatility in global markets and selling pressure in the domestic stock market are likely to cast a shadow on LIC’s listing, with the shares likely to start trading near the IPO price or at a s ..

All eyes are set on Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) listing on Tuesday. LIC share will be listed on both the National Stock Exchange (NSE) and Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) at 10 am on May 17. The insurer behemoth’s initial public offering (IPO) received a stellar response from investors when it had opened for subscription. LIC IPO was booked 2.95 times over the 16.20 crore shares that were on offer during the subscription period. Considering current market trends and low demand in the grey market, market observers predict a muted debut for LIC share on Tuesday.

he Initial Public Offering (IPO) of Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) closed on May 9 and shares were allocated to bidders on May 12. The government sold over 22.13 crore shares or a 3.5 per cent stake in LIC through the IPO at a price band of Rs 902-949 a share.

The retail investors and eligible employees of LIC were offered a discount of Rs 45 per equity share over the issue price, while policyholders got a discount of Rs 60 per share.

LIC IPO Listing Date: कल का दिन एलआईसी निवेशकों (LIC Share Price) के लिए काफी खास रहा है. देश की सबसे बड़ी बीमा कंपनी जीवन बीमा निगम के शेयर्स मंगलवार को मार्केट में लिस्ट होंगे. सरकार को 20,557 करोड़ रुपये के इस आईपीओ (LIC IPO) के लिए घरेलू निवेशकों से अच्छी प्रतिक्रिया मिली है. अगर आपके डीमैट अकाउंट में भी शेयर्स आए हैं तो कल से आप अपने स्टॉक को पोर्टफोलियो में देख पाएंगे. 

949 रुपये तय किया था इश्यू साइज

सरकार ने एलआईसी के शेयरों का इश्यू प्राइस 949 रुपये प्रति शेयर तय किया है. हालांकि, एलआईसी के पॉलिसीधारकों और खुदरा निवेशकों को क्रमश: 889 रुपये और 904 रुपये प्रति शेयर के भाव पर शेयर मिलेंगे. शेयर 17 मई को बीएसई और एनएसई पर लिस्ट होंगे.

LIC IPO Listing LIVE: देश की सबसे बड़ी बीमा कंपनी जीवन बीमा निगम (LIC IPO) आज दलाल स्ट्रीट में एंट्री ले चुकी है. आज शेयर बाजार में एलआईसी के शेयर लिस्ट हो गए हैं. NSE और BSE पर एलआईसी के शेयर 8 से 9 फीसदी के डिस्काउंट के साथ लिस्ट हुए हैं. सरकार को 20,557 करोड़ रुपए के इस आईपीओ के लिए घरेलू निवेशकों से बंपर रिस्पॉन्स मिला है. सरकार ने LIC शेयरों (LIC Share price) का प्राइस बैंड 949 रुपए प्रति शेयर तय किया है. LIC के पॉलिसीधारकों और रिटेल निवेशकों को 889 रुपए और 904 रुपए प्रति शेयर के भाव पर शेयर अलॉट किए गए हैं. मतलब उनके लिए पहले ही लिस्टिंग प्राइस प्रीमियम पर है. 

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 Why Did India Decide to Ban Its Wheat Exports?

India Wheat Export Ban: The reasons given were runaway inflation and food security in the nation of 1.4 billion people.

WorldAgence France-PresseUpdated: May 16, 2022 5:16 pm IST

Why Did India Decide to Ban Its Wheat Exports?

India’s wheat exports from its buffer stocks provided some support to global prices.(File)

New Delhi: India has banned wheat exports, sending bushel prices to record highs and drawing criticism from the Group of Seven worried about protectionism as inflation soars in the wake of the Ukraine war.

INDIA’S ban on wheat exports Saturday fuelled international prices by almost 6 per cent a bushel (60 pounds or one million kernels or 27.21 kg) when global markets opened Monday. Locally, prices dropped sharply by 4-8 per cent in different states — Rs 200-250 a quintal in Rajasthan, Rs 100-150 a quintal in Punjab, and about Rs 100 a quintal in Uttar Pradesh.

With the February 24 invasion of Ukraine by Russia and the supply disruption that followed, global wheat prices jumped over 60 per cent in 2022; just Russia and Ukraine together account for almost a third of world wheat exports.

INDIA’S ban on wheat exports Saturday fuelled international prices by almost 6 per cent a bushel (60 pounds or one million kernels or 27.21 kg) when global markets opened Monday. Locally, prices dropped sharply by 4-8 per cent in different states — Rs 200-250 a quintal in Rajasthan, Rs 100-150 a quintal in Punjab, and about Rs 100 a quintal in Uttar Pradesh.

With the February 24 invasion of Ukraine by Russia and the supply disruption that followed, global wheat prices jumped over 60 per cent in 2022; just Russia and Ukraine together account for almost a third of world wheat exports.

The ban is also being seen as a measure to control rising domestic prices. Retail inflation hit an eight-year high of 7.79 per cent in April, driven by rising food and fuel prices.A few days back, the Centre had said that it was still targetting record exports of 10 million tonnes that would help compensate for Ukraine’s reduced supply. Recently, a commerce ministry statement had stated that India would send trade delegations to nine countries – Morocco, Tunisia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Turkey, Algeria and Lebanon – to explore possibilities of boosting wheat shipments.

Meanwhile, wheat importers in Asia were scrambling to find new sources of supply after India banned exports of the grain at the weekend in a bid to keep a lid on soaring domestic prices, trade sources told Reuters. Importers, especially those in Asia, were banking on wheat from India, the world`s second-biggest producer, after exports from the Black Sea region plunged following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24.

Ukraine, which previously accounted for 12 percent of global exports.

The spike, exacerbated by fertiliser shortages and poor harvests, has fuelled inflation globally and raised fears of famine and social unrest in poorer countries.

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 Juventus Football Club, colloquially known as Juventus, or simply Juve, is a professional football club based in Turin, Piedmont, Italy, that competes in the Serie A, the top tier of the Italian football league system. Società Sportiva Lazio, commonly referred to as Lazio, is an Italian professional sports club based in Rome, most known for its football activity. The society, founded in 1900, plays in the Serie A and have spent most of their history in the top tier of Italian football.

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There are bound to be some moments today in which tears may be welling up in your eyes and coming down your cheeks. I don’t blame you — it’s a day in which we saw farewell to a a pair of loyal players from the last decade (and more).

  • The starting lineups for tonight’s Serie A clash between Juventus and Lazio have been announced.
  • The match between the Bianconeri and the Biancocelesti will kick off at 20.45 local time at the Allianz Stadium in Turin.
  • Lazio’s last meeting with Juventus came on 20th November 2021, when the Bianconeri picked up a 2-0 win in Rome thanks to a Leonardo Bonucci brace.
  • Lazio Starting Lineup
  • Star striker Ciro Immobile is Lazio’s only absence for tonight’s match, with the Italian suffering from an ankle injury. Jovane Cabral will start in his place.
The Bianconeri are seeking to finish the campaign on a high note with Champions League football safely secured for next term
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Juventus can seal a steady cruise to the end of the Serie A season with a winning feeling when they welcome Lazio to Allianz Stadium on Monday.
A stoppage-time goal from Sergej Milinkovic-Savic earned Lazio a dramatic 2-2 draw at Juventus in Serie A on Monday, a point that sealed the Rome club’s spot in next season’s Europa League and overshadowed farewells from Giorgio Chiellini and Paulo Dybala.
Already assured of a fourth-placed finish this term, Juventus could take the game to Lazio with the pressure off, racing into a 10th-minute lead after Dusan Vlahovic’s flying header found the net.
The only match that Lazio has lost in its last six Italian Serie A dates came at the hands of the league’s top team. Otherwise, the Biancocelsti have won four and took a draw from another ahead of Monday’s meeting with Juventus. Things haven’t been quite as rosy for Juve, as it is coming off of back-to-back losses, but it has secured its fourth spot in the league table and a spot in next year’s UEFA Champions League competition. Juventus has won the last two meetings between the clubs. You can see what happens when you stream the match on Paramount+.
Massimiliano Allegri has to manage a number of injuries for this evening’s clash, with Denis Zakaria, Danilo, Arthur, Federico Chiesa, Weston McKennie and Kaio Jorge all sidelined through various physical problems.
Whilst Maurizio Sarri only has one absence to consider, the unavailable player is star striker Ciro Immobile, who is out with an ankle injury. The loss of the Italian striker is a huge blow for Lazio as he has netted 27 league goals this season, 17 more than the next most prolific Biancocelesti player.
 
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