Guess who's back: Yashwant Sinha to stage sit-in protest at Delhi's Rajghat over migrant workers crisis


Guess who's back: Yashwant Sinha to stage sit-in protest at Delhi's Rajghat over migrant workers crisis

Former Union Finance Minister Yashwant Sinha will stage a sit-in protest over migrant workers' issue at Rajghat, New Delhi amid the coronavirus induced lockdown.


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12 migrant labourers injured after bus collides with speeding truck in UP’s Kushinagar


12 migrant labourers injured after bus collides with speeding truck in UP’s Kushinagar

On Sunday night, at least 12 migrant labourers travelling from Himachal Pradesh to Bihar were injured after their bus was hit by a speeding truck in Uttar Pradesh's Kushinagar district.

The incident took place late on Sunday night near a petrol pump in Patherwa on national highway 28. All the 12 migrants have sustained serious injuries and seven of them are said to be in a critical condition. They have been admitted to the Gorakhpur Medical College. The bus was ferrying the migrants to Bhagalpur in Bihar.

 
 

Police officials told news agency PTI, that according to an eyewitness, the truck driver dozed off and lost control over the vehicle. He fled the spot after the accident.

The Police personnel reached the accident spot and rushed the injured to the Tamkuhi health centre with the help of Kushinagar locals from where they were referred to Gorakhpur. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has asked the District Magistrate and district police chief of Kushinagar to probe the cause of the accident and submit a report. He also asked officials to ensure proper treatment of the injured.

Earlier on May 16, around 24 labourers were killed and several were injured after the truck they were traveling in, collided with another truck in Auraiya, Uttar Pradesh.

 
 
 



Lockdown 4.0: Can you use Ola, Uber and taxi services amid the lockdown?


Lockdown 4.0: Can you use Ola, Uber and taxi services amid the lockdown?

Well, as the number of cases increases in India, it was quite evident that the lockdown would be extended. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had earlier indicated that the fourth phase of lockdown would be different from its predecessors.

On Sunday, Minsitry of Home Affairs, in a statement said that the lockdown has been extended in India till May 31 albeit with fewer restrictions in the wake of increasing number of cases.

A while later, the Home Ministry put out a list of activities that allowed and not allowed in the fourth phase of the lockdown.

The statement said that cab-hailing services like Ola and Uber may also resume services across locations.

Well, now that the MHA has relaxed their guidelines for Lockdown 4.0, Auto and Taxi services will operate in all the areas. However, there are certain restrictions that has been put in place. Auto rickshaws and taxis can ply a driver and one passenger only in green, orange and red zones. However, the movement of auto rickshaws and taxis is still restricted in containment zones.

The MHA order said inter-state movement of passenger vehicles and buses with mutual consent of the states and union territories involved.

It added that intra-state movement of passenger vehicles and buses, as decided by the states and union territories.

These activities will be permitted with restrictions, except in the containment zones. Also, standard operating procedures (SOPs) for movement of people will continue to operate.

According to the latest Union Home Ministry's order, "all other activities will be permitted, except those which are specifically prohibited" under the fourth phase of the lockdown that ends on May 31.

However, in containment zones, only essential activities will be allowed. States and union territories - based on their assessment of the situation - may prohibit certain other activities in various zones or impose such restrictions as deemed necessary, the order added.

 
 
 



Sitharaman and Anurag's serials have been running in Hindi and English for three days but did not get ripped: Baghel


Sitharaman and Anurag's serials have been running in Hindi and English for three days but did not get ripped: Baghel

CM Bhupesh Baghel said, 'Nirmala ji and Anurag ji's serial has been going on for the last 3 days, both in Hindi and English are explaining about each class daily, but no one is falling apart when this serial is complete. It will be okay to give any feedback only when it is finished.

 

Raipur. Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel (CM Bhupesh Baghel) described the press conference of Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman as a serial. In fact, the Finance Minister has held a press conference for the third consecutive day today. During this, she is giving information about the economic package.

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Nirmala ji and Anurag ji's serial has been going on for the last 3 days, both in Hindi and English are explaining about each class daily, but no one is falling apart, when this serial is over, then there is no response. It would be fine to give: Chhattisgarh CM on 20 lakh crore package

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Regarding this press conference, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel told news agency ANI, 'Nirmala ji and Anurag ji's serial is going on for the last 3 days, both in Hindi and English are explaining about each class daily, but no one else It is not going to happen, when this serial will be finished, then it is okay to give any feedback.

 

The finance minister said this on the third day

In the third day press conference, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has announced the third phase of the package of 20 lakh crore rupees. The Finance Minister has released the third phase package. This package is for people engaged in farming, farming, fisheries and related activities. Sitharaman announced that 1 lakh crore rupees will be given to the aggregators, FPOs, farmer producers so that the godowns will be used to build the storage sector. Farmers help in export, but for lack of storage and promotion, a fund of 1 lakh crore rupees will be given. This will also help in increasing the price and the income of the farmers will increase. The government has given a package of Rs 10,000 crore for micro food enterprise. Local companies will be supported in this. For example, clusters will be made in farming like Makhana of Bihar, Mango of UP, Saffron in Jammu and Kashmir. This will also increase the income of farmers.




Bihar Board BSEB to announce Class 10 results next week - How to check


Bihar Board BSEB to announce Class 10 results next week - How to check

The Bihar State Education Board (BSEB) is all set to announce class 10 results in the next week as per the latest reports.

Earlier, the board had released Class 12 exam results in March and after announcing the Class 10 results the board will become the first one to announce the results amid the pandemic.

Apparently, the board has implemented a new software for evaluation to ensure that the evaluation process of the exams are smooth and completed on time even during these times.

The Class 10 results the result will be available at; biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in,

onlinebseb.in,

bsebonline.org,

biharboard.online.

All you have to do is put your name and seat number in the form and your results will be made available on your screen.

According to the data, over 15.29 lakh candidates have appeared for the Bihar Board matric exam.




Obnoxiously absurd: Twitter fumes over comparison of wearing 'burqa' with the practice of 'sati'


Obnoxiously absurd: Twitter fumes over comparison of wearing 'burqa' with the practice of 'sati'

Over the years media has reported several controversies around the choice of Muslim women wearing a burqa. Politicians have only escalated the debate with their demands to ban this particular sartorial choice stating it curtails ‘freedom’. On the other hand there are those who have even harassed women for not wearing burqa.

The latest addition to these absurd remarks over the choice of Muslim women is by a Twitter user named @amitbehere who wrote, "Burqa is as much free will as Sati was. Don't confuse social conditioning with free will, a****les."

Obnoxiously absurd: Twitter fumes over comparison of wearing 'burqa' with the practice of 'sati'
What is Sati?

A largely historical practice found chiefly among Hindus, in which a widow sacrifices herself by sitting atop her deceased husband's funeral pyre. It was due to the efforts of social reformist Raja Ram Mohan Roy that Lord William Bentick abolished Sati system in 1829 by declaring it an offence.

Twitter fumed over the statement and ‘burqa’ became one of the top trending topics on the micro blogging site.

One user wrote, "You just compared one of the most disturbing practice of human history with the attire of some women."

Another commented, “It baffles me that you had to club the wearing of modest clothing with the self-immolating practice of Sati. This is messed up. Kindly, do not insult the judgement of millions of Muslim women worldwide who wear the Burkha/Hijab/Niqab as a symbol of worship to their Creator."

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You need to be a special kind of idiot to compare the ritual of "burning women alive" to women wearing burqas.

Not all women wear burqas. Not all women are forced to wear Burqa. If you dont want to see women wearing Burqa, please poke a needle in ur eyes.

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Will you sell Whistling Woods? Subhash Ghai panned for saying 'rich temples with gold should donate 90% to the poor'


Will you sell Whistling Woods? Subhash Ghai panned for saying 'rich temples with gold should donate 90% to the poor'


Hard to predict when pandemic will be over: WHO officials


Hard to predict when pandemic will be over: WHO officials
 



Vijay Mallya offers to repay his loan dues, seeks closure of case


Vijay Mallya offers to repay his loan dues, seeks closure of case

London [UK]: Fugitive liquor baron Vijay Mallya on Thursday urged the Central government to accept his offer to repay 100 per cent of his loan dues and close the case against him.

While congratulating the Centre for introducing Rs 20 lakh crore relief package to boost the economy amid the coronavirus lockdown, Mallya, lamented that his repeated attempts to pay back his dues have been ignored by the Indian government.

"Congratulations to the Government for a Covid 19 relief package. They can print as much currency as they want BUT should a small contributor like me who offers 100% payback of State-owned Bank loans be constantly ignored? Please take my money unconditionally and close," he tweeted.

Earlier this month, Mallya had sought permission to appeal against a ruling ordering his extradition to India in Britain's highest court the UK Supreme Court. The application comes two weeks after the High Court in London - the UK's second-highest court - dismissed Mallya's appeal against a lower court ruling that he be sent to India to face charges of defrauding a consortium of Indian banks of more than Rs 9,000 crores relating to the collapse of Kingfisher Airlines in 2012.

 
 
 



International Nurses Day 2020: Wishes, quotes, messages to share on WhatsApp, Instagram, Facebook


International Nurses Day 2020: Wishes, quotes, messages to share on WhatsApp, Instagram, Facebook

The International Nurses Day is celebrated on May 12 every year. The theme for this year is Nurses: A Voice to Lead -- Nursing the World to Health. In January 1974, this day was chosen to celebrate, as it is the birth anniversary of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing.

So go ahead and extend wishes to the nurses you know, who are on the front line of the battle against COVID-19.

"The most important practical lesson than can be given to nurses is to teach them what to observe." -Florence Nightingale

Happy Nurses Day to an amazing nurse! Thank you for sacrificing most of your weekends on the patients instead of going to movies!

"Caring is the essence of nursing." -Jean Watson

Dear, the way you have vowed to nurture the world with your empathy, kindness, and humanity is beyond all the praises! Happy Nurses Day!

Hands that turn caring into action,Touches that turn compassion into comfort,Smiles that turn love into healing.Happy Nurses Day

"A nurse will always give us hope, an angel with a stethoscope." -Carrie Latet

May all the care and kindness you give to others come back to warm your heart. Happy Nurses Day 2020.

"Nurses dispense comfort, compassion, and caring without even a prescription." -Val Saintsbury

Dear, you kindle the fire of hope in the darkness of despair and enlighten our world with light and love. Happy Nurses Day!

Thanks for taking such good care of people in the most difficult days of their life. Thanks for your unconditional services and patience. International Nurses Day 2020.

Your tender care, love, and understanding has made a difference in the lives of so many. Hope you have the same smiling day as you make for others. Happy Nurses Day.

Even though your contribution deserves to be celebrated, allow us to show our gratitude towards your service on this special occasion. Happy Nurses Day!

Happy Nurses Day to all the nurses who take the front rows in the battles against epidemics like the true warriors! Our respect to you!

Nurses do a job that most of us couldn’t and can raise a smile even in the darkest times. Happy Nurses Day.

Happy International Nurses Day 2020! Your kind smile is enough to cure all the diseases of the world! So always put a big smile on your face!

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus at a press conference said, "As you know, during the COVID-19, they're in the front line and they're risking their lives to save others, but not only during COVID-19. Nurses are a bridge between the health system and the community and they have been doing so ever since the nursing profession actually started."

"So... our greatest respect and appreciation from WHO to all nurses," said the WHO chief.

Tedros said that due to the ongoing pandemic and also the consensus from the nursing associations and the midwives' associations, the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife 2020 would be postponed to 2021. Furthermore, he said the consensus was to have "the 2020 as the Decade of the Nurse and the Midwife."

"The celebration is not just a celebration for the sake of celebration. It's not just to pay tribute to them; it's also to recognize their important role in achieving universal health coverage and to use nurses, midwives and other frontline health workers to achieve universal health coverage," he noted.

According to the WHO, the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife shall symbolize a year-long effort to celebrate the work of nurses and midwives, highlight the challenging conditions they often face, and advocate for increased investments in the nursing and midwifery workforce.




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