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Following the battle in the Supreme Court to get the State Bank of India to reveal data about electoral bonds in a manner that allowed donors to be matched with the political parties that received them, it is clear that the elephant in the room is black money – or to put it unambiguously, cash.

Electoral bonds, which the Supreme Court struck down as unconstitutional on February 15, were paper instruments that anyone could buy from the State Bank of India and donate to a political party. It allowed donors to make ostensibly anonymous contributions to political parties. However, while parties knew the identity of their donors, the public did not. This, as the court noted, made the scheme vulnerable to quid pro quos.

Even though the government of the day claimed that the scheme would eliminate unaccounted funds from the political system, this did not happen. For instance, Subash Chandra Garg, a former secretary of economic affairs, estimated in a television discussion that electoral bonds did not fund more than more than 10% of the total election-related expenditure. “So, there is an enormous amount of black and other corrupted money which is into the system,” Garg said.

It is clear that India can try any convoluted or complicated scheme, be…

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The Congress on Tuesday criticised the Narendra Modi-led Union government for rising debt, inflation and unemployment, saying that “alarm bells” are ringing in the Indian economy. The Election Commission, meanwhile, directed the Central Board of Direct Taxes to verify any potential mismatch between the actual and declared income of Bharatiya Janata Party’s Thiruvananthapuram candidate Rajeev Chandrasekhar. Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar was provided with a Z-category security detail.

Here’s a look at today’s top developments:

  • Congress leader Jairam Ramesh asserted on Tuesday that under the leadership of the prime minister, “India has witnessed record levels of unemployment, high inflation, declining real wages, widespread rural distress and dramatic increases in inequality”. Ramesh referenced a report by financial services firm Motilal Oswal, which said India’s household debt levels are reported to have touched an all-time high of 40% of Gross Domestic Product. Ramesh said that this showed the “devastating impact that Mr Modi’s policies have had on Indian households”.

  • Birender Singh, a former Union minister in the Bharatiya Janata…

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Climate activist Sonam Wangchuk on Saturday withdrew his call for a protest march from Ladakh’s Leh to the Line of Actual Control planned for Sunday.

The march was meant to highlight the scale of the alleged Chinese intrusions in Ladakh and the land taken over by Indian corporates. Local tribal leaders were to lead the protest.

Ahead of the protest, the administration of the Union Territory had imposed prohibitory orders against gatherings under section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure in the area.

Under these circumstances, “chances of violence are very high, which could then be used to label this peaceful movement anti-national”, Wangchuk said in a social media post on Saturday.

On March 26, Wangchuk ended his 21-day hunger strike that demanded statehood for Ladakh and the protection of the Himalayan ecology. Wangchuk and other civil society leaders in Ladakh are also trying to press the Union government to implement the Sixth Schedule of the Constitution for Ladakh.

The Sixth Schedule under Article 244 (Administration of Scheduled Areas and Tribal Areas) of the Constitution guarantees certain protections for land and a nominal autonomy for citizens in designated tribal areas. In Ladakh, while more than 97% of the population belong to Scheduled Tribes, Kargil is a Muslim-majority region.

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The Supreme Court on Friday stayed the Allahabad High Court’s judgment ruling the 2004 Uttar Pradesh Board of Madarsa Education Act as unconstitutional, reported Live Law.

“We are of the view that the issues raised in the petitions merit closer reflection,” said a bench comprising Chief Justice of India DY Chandracuhd and Justices JB Pardiwala and Manoj Misra.

The court issued a notice on the five special leave petitions filed against the High Court ruling. It also observed that the High Court erred in interpreting the provisions of the Act, which are regulatory in character.

The top court said that directions of the High Court would impact the future course of education of nearly 17 lakh students.

The Uttar Pradesh Board of Madarsa Education Act provides for madrasas in Uttar Pradesh to operate under the aegis of the state minority welfare department, unlike other minority educational institutes that operate under the education department.

Out of nearly 25,000 madrasas in Uttar Pradesh, more than 16,500 are recognised by the Uttar Pradesh Board of Madarsa Education, The Indian Express reported.

On March 22, the Allahabad High Court ruled that the Act was unconstitutional. A division bench of Justices Vivek Chaudhary and Subhash Vidyarthi directed the state government to accommodate students studying in Islamic schools in other educational institutions.

Hearing the case on Friday, the Supreme…

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Kerala Chief Minister and Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Pinarayi Vijayan on Thursday said that the state-run broadcaster Doordarshan National should withdraw its decision to air the film The Kerala Story, on grounds that the broadcast could “exacerbate communal tensions” ahead of the approaching Lok Sabha elections.

The film, directed by Sudipto Sen, was released on May 5. It claims to depict how women from Kerala were converted to Islam and recruited by the Islamic State terrorist group. The filmmakers initially claimed that 32,000 women from Kerala had joined the Islamic State, but when asked for evidence, they altered the trailer to state that the movie was a “compilation of the true stories of three young girls”.

Doordarshan had announced that the movie would be broadcast on April 5, the Hindustan Times reported.

In a post on social media, Vijayan said that film incited polarisation.

“The national news broadcaster should not become a propaganda machine of the BJP-RSS [Bharatiya Janata Party-Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh] combine and withdraw from screening a film that only seeks to exacerbate communal tensions ahead of the general elections,” he said. “Kerala will remain steadfast in opposing such malicious attempts to sow hatred.”

The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, a Hindutva group, is the parent organisation of the ruling BJP.

The Election Commission on Friday sent a notice to Delhi minister Atishi over an alleged violation of the model code of conduct, days after she claimed that the Bharatiya Janata party had attempted to coerce her into defecting to it.

The poll panel said that being a minister, the voters tend to believe what she says in public, and she should be able to support her claim on a factual basis.

The Aam Aadmi Party leader has been asked to file her response by 12 pm on Monday.

The model code of code is a set of guidelines issued by the poll panel that political parties have to follow while campaigning during elections.

The notice to Atishi was sent on the basis of a complaint filed by the BJP.

On Tuesday, Atishi alleged that she had been approached through a “close aide” to join the BJP or face arrest by the Enforcement Directorate. She claims came after the arrest of Kejriwal by the central law enforcement agency in connection with the Delhi liquor excise policy case.

She had alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has decided to crush the Aam Aadmi Party and arrest all its leaders.

“First they arrested all the senior leaders of the party,” Atishi said. “First Satyendar Jain was arrested, then Manish Sisodia and Sanjay Singh were taken into custody and now…

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Thirty-three companies that recorded losses or no profit over a seven-year period donated a total of Rs 581.7 crore through electoral bonds, of which Rs 434.2 crore was encashed by the Bharatiya Janata Party, an analysis by The Hindu and an independent research team has revealed.

In all, the analysis casts suspicions on the sources of funding of at least 45 companies that bought electoral bonds despite recording losses or no profit between the financial years 2016-’17 and 2022-’23. These 45 companies have been organised into four categories: A, B, C and D.

Companies in Category A and B made significant donations through electoral bonds despite the absence of profits. They may be fronts for other firms or could have misreported their profits and losses in an attempt to launder money, the analysis suggests.

The net losses of the 33 companies that donated Rs 576.2 crore – Category A – over a seven-year period stood at over Rs 1 lakh crore, with 16 of them, including Bharti Airtel and Piramal Capital and Housing Finance Limited paying zero or negative direct taxes in aggregate, The Hindu reported.

Another six companies – Category B – donated a total of Rs 646 crore, of which Rs 601 crore was encashed by the BJP. These companies bought electoral bonds worth…

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The Congress on Wednesday expelled senior party leader Sanjay Nirupam for a period of six years citing indiscipline and for making statements against the party.

The action against the former MP came days after his statements against the Congress leadership amid seat-sharing negotiations with the Uddhav Thackeray-led faction of the Shiv Sena. Both parties are part of the Opposition Maha Vikas Aaghadi alliance in Maharashtra.

Nirupam had expressed his disappointment about Amol Kirtikar of the Shiv Sena (UBT) being named the alliance’s candidate for the Mumbai North West Lok Sabha constituency, a seat he wanted to contest. Nirupam had represented the Mumbai North Lok Sabha constituency from 2009 to 2014.

The party had dropped Nirupam from the list of star campaigners earlier.

On Thursday morning, Nirupam claimed in a social media post that the Congress had issued his expulsion order after he emailed his resignation letter to party chief Mallikarjun Kharge. He shared a screenshot of his email, which said that he chose “to resign from the primary membership of the All India Congress Committee”.

On Wednesday, hours before the party issued expulsion orders against him, he hinted at quitting the Congress saying that the “party should not waste much energy and stationery for me”.

He said that the time of one week he had given to the party to explain its…

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The Supreme Court on Tuesday granted bail to Aam Aadmi Party MP Sanjay Singh in the Delhi liquor policy case, reported Bar and Bench.

A bench of Justices Sanjiv Khanna, Dipankar Datta and Prasanna B Varale ordered that Singh be released on bail while the trial is pending. This came after the Enforcement Directorate said the Aam Aadmi Party leader’s custody was no longer required.

The central agency, which is investigating the money-laundering allegations linked to the case, had alleged that Singh played a key role in formulating and implementing the policy.

Singh was arrested on October 4 after the Enforcement Directorate conducted searches at his home.

On December 22, a trial court rejected Singh’ application for bail. The Delhi High Court also refused to grant bail to the Aam Aadmi Party leader on February 7, after which he moved the top court.

On Tuesday, Senior Advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi, representing Singh, said that the Aam Aadmi Party leader had not been initially named in the case.

Singhvi told the court that Singh was arrested on the allegations that Rs 1 crore had been given to an individual linked to the Aam Aadmi Party leader by businessman Dinesh Arora, the accused-turned-approver in the case.

The court observed that Arora had not implicated Singh in his initial statements, according to Bar and Bench.

The additional solicitor-general told the court…

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Last December, Khalid Shaikh missed 20 days of school and had to be hospitalised for nearly two weeks, as he battled a serious bout of typhoid that gave him fever, splitting headaches, stomach and body pain.

His family spent Rs 1 lakh on his treatment.

The 15-year-old and his friend had eaten food from a street vendor. Both ended up with typhoid, a water-borne disease caused by the bacteria Salmonella Typhi that attacks multiple organs, causes vomiting and, in rare cases, leads to death. The bacteria spreads through contaminated food and water, often in unsanitary environments.

India accounts for more than half of the global typhoid burden.

When Shaikh first developed a headache and stomach ache, a local doctor prescribed antibiotics. Then followed high fever that recurred every four hours. He was admitted to a hospital in Jogeshwari, a western suburb of Mumbai. When his fever did not subside, his parents shifted him to the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital.

“The doctors there suspected typhoid,” his mother Shabina Shaikh said. The teenager was given a strong dose of antibiotics because milder ones did not work on him. Twenty days after discharge, the typhoid relapsed. This time, he was in hospital for three more days.

Shaikh is a classic example of antimicrobial resistance, a condition…

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The Communist Party of India has been served a notice by the Income Tax Department for procedural violations after two of its state units were found to be using old Permanent Account Number, or PAN, cards to file their income tax returns, ANI reported on Saturday citing the party’s general secretary D Raja.

Raja did not, however, specify the dates on which the notices were received by his party.

On being asked if the party has received any notices regarding a tax demand, Raja said that they had not received such a notice from the Income Tax Department.

Media reports on Friday suggested that the Communist Party of India had been asked to pay dues worth Rs 11 crore for the PAN card violation.

Raja’s confirmation of the notice to the Communist Party of India comes a day after the Income Tax Department served a fresh notice of Rs 1,823 crore to the Congress a day after the Delhi High Court rejected the party’s petitions challenging the tax reassessment proceedings for the financial years 2017-’18 to 2020-’21.

On Saturday, Congress leader Jairam Ramesh claimed that the party received two more notices on Friday night, reported The Times of India, though their contents were not specified.

Educationist and climate activist Sonam Wangchuk have been on a hunger strike for nearly 20 days, demanding a statehood for Ladakh and adopt measures that can protect the fragile and unique ecosystem of the Union Territory. His demands include the implementation of the sixth schedule of the Constitution, separate Lok Sabha seats for Leh and Kargil districts, a recruitment process and a separate Public Service Commission for Ladakh. Braving sub-zero temperatures, scores of Ladakhi people too have joined Wangchuk in his “climate fast” under the open sky in Leh.

The arrest of Delhi chief minister and convener of Aam Aadmi Party Arvind Kejriwal in alleged Delhi liquor scam is a defining moment in Indian politics.

This is the first time a serving chief minister has been arrested.

In a confounding irony, a man who came to prominence leading the charge against alleged corruption by the previous government has been jailed on corruption charges by the present one.

Kejriwal finds himself on the wrong side of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, which benefited enormously from his anti-corruption campaign. In fact, the Aam Aadmi Party is seen by many as the BJP’s “B-team” because of its soft pedals Hindutva and cuts into the votes of other opposition parties.

Adding to the irony is the fact that after his arrest, Kejriwal and his party have received full-throated support from the Congress – the party was the receiving end of Kejriwal’s India Against Corruption campaign.

This is because Kejriwal’s arrest has generated intense revulsion even among his most vocal critics. They know that in these extraordinary times, partisanship will only serve to undermine the spirit of India they have long cherished and fought to preserve.

Kejriwal’s arrest needs to be seen in the context of the assault on democracy that the Narendra Modi-led dispensation has…

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During the monsoon months, when vector and water-borne diseases sweep through Barwani, the 400-bed district hospital overflows with patients, with many huddling on the floor.

Throughout the year, beds are scarce in the government-run hospital – the only major health facility that most people in this Adivasi belt in south-west Madhya Pradesh can afford to access.

The scarcity could soon grow worse.

The Madhya Pradesh government has decided to allocate a quarter of the beds in all district hospitals that it runs to private organisations, who will then set up medical colleges. Urban development minister Kailash Vijaywargiya said this has been done to incentivise the private sector to invest in healthcare and improve hospital infrastructure – a recommendation first made by the central government think tank Niti Aayog.

But health activists fear that this would adversely impact healthcare access for the poor. While public hospitals are bound to provide free treatment, the private organisations have been allowed to charge fees on 25% of hospital beds.

At the Barwani district hospital, the new rule means that 100 of the total 400 beds will no longer be available for free treatment. “If the available [free] beds are reduced, where will poor patients go?” asked Amulya Nidhi, health activist with Jan Swasthya Abhiyan….

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Three years ago, Bhutan announced a mandatory programme to train all youth who had turned 18 in sectors such as agriculture, entrepreneurship, construction and technology. But it was only this year, as unemployed youth started to leave the country in large numbers, that the Gyalsung (“service to the nation”) initiative was fully launched.

Since 2022, the tiny Himalayan country of Bhutan has witnessed a surge of citizens leaving for other countries. That year, the country’s only international airport at Paro recorded 16,973 outward migrants – a cause of worry for a country with a population of 7.7 lakh.

Nearly 30% of those leaving the country were below 35 years, reported the government-owned daily Kuensel.

The exodus of Bhutan’s younger people and skilled workers is a concern for India as well. People-to-people relations have been a central aspect of the Indo-Bhutanese relationship. Over the decades, thousands of Bhutanese have come to India to be educated and receive technical training.

The goodwill this has generated has fostered support and sympathy in Bhutan for better relations with Delhi and deterred the influence of China in the Himalayan region. This explains Bhutan’s support for trilateral negotiations on Dokalam. Though this region in Bhutan is claimed by China, Thimphu agrees that New Delhi should have…

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Visual stories carry the weight of history and are our safety net against the fallibility of memory. Raghu Rai’s camera has been at the frontline of the most exceptional and the most quotidian of moments. Street life dominates the black and white images of his stunning ongoing show A Thousand Lives at the Kiran Nadar Museum in Delhi and offers a visual journey through his analog work from 1965-2005.

In their introductory essay, the curators of the show Roobina Karode and Devika Daulet-Singh write, “This exhibition focuses on the pre-digital phase of Rai’s career, when he used analog/ film photography, exploring it with unprecedented fervour, freedom and imagination. From his inexhaustible archives of photographs that defy being contained easily within any of his exhibitions, a fresh slice has been pulled out which brings many extraordinary photographs into the public domain for the first time.”

A section of the exhibition has a selection of Rai’s photo-essay on Jayaprakash Narayan and the volatile 1974 Bihar student movement. It documents some of the most defining moments of its tumultuous history. Rai’s reportage involved keeping his camera trained on Narayan and his followers and getting as close to the action as possible.

He visited Patna, a riverside city spread across twelve…

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इंटरनेट डेेस्क। देश की केंद्र सरकार अपने कर्मचारियों के लिए समय समय पर बड़ी घोषणाएं करती हैं और इन घोषणाओं में चाहें डीए हो या फिर बोनस इसकी घोषणा करती रहती है। ऐसे में होली के त्योहार से पहले सरकार एक बार फिर से केंद्रीय कर्मचारियों और पेंशनर्स के लिए बड़ी घोषणा कर सकती है।

ये घोषणा महंगाई भत्ता यानी डीए में इजाफा होगी। जिसका इंतजार केंद्रीय कर्मचारियों को बड़े समय से था। केंद्र की नरेंद्र मोदी सरकार इन कर्मचारियों को डीए में बढ़ोत्तरी का तोहफा दे सकती है। ऐसी उम्मीद जताई जा रही है कि सरकार मार्च में महंगाई भत्ते में 4 फीसदी की बढ़ोतरी कर सकती है।

अगर सरकार ये फैसला लेती है, तो केंद्रीय कर्मियों को मिलने वाला महंगाई भत्ता बढ़कर 50 फीसदी हो जाएगा और उनकी सैलरी में बंपर उछाल देखने को मिलेगा। बता दें की केंद्रीय कर्मियों को मिलने वाले महंगाई भत्ते में साल में दो बार संशोधन किया जाता है। इसके तहत सरकार पहला संशोधन जनवरी महीने में और दूसरा जुलाई में करती है।

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खबर का अपडेट पाने के लिए हमारावाटसएपचैनल फोलो करें।

इंटरनेट डेस्क। पीएम किसान सम्मान निधि योजना की 16वीं किस्त का इंतजार अब खत्म होने जा रहा है। पीएम नरेंद्र मोदी 28 फरवरी यानी के कल करोड़ों किसानों के खातों 2000-2000 रुपये की 16वीं किस्त ट्रांसफर करेंगे। इसकी कन्फर्मेशन पहले ही आ चुका है।

बता दें की पीएम किसान योजना की 16वीं किस्त का इंतजार लंबे समय से चला आ रहा था। ऐसे में अब ये इंतजार समाप्त होने को हैं। बता दंे की पीएम किसान योजना के तहत पात्र किसानों को सरकार की और से हर साल 6 हजार रुपए की आर्थिक सहायता दी जाती है। जो साल में 3 किस्तों में 2-2 हजार रुपए के रूप में मिलती है।

बता दें की यह योजना 2019 के लोकसभा चुनाव से ठीक पहले 24 फरवरी, 2019 को शुरू की गई थी। लेकिन, पहली किस्त दिसंबर-मार्च 2018-19 के रूप में तय की गई है। इसके बाद से अब तक किसानों को 15 किस्ते मिल चुकी हैं और अब 28 फरवरी को 16वीं किस्त आ रही है।

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खबर का अपडेट पाने के लिए हमारावाटसएपचैनल फोलो करें।

East Bengal FC edged past Chennaiyin FC 1-0 in the Indian Super League at the Salt Lake Stadium on Monday. A second half strike by in-form attacker Nandhakumar Sekar was all that separated the two teams.

Both teams made forays into each others half and got shots towards goal but rarely did they test the opposition goalkeeper.

Eventually the breakthrough came through a wicked deflection.

Victor Vazquez’s hopeful cross from the left into a crowded box got a touch off the head of Chennaiynin FC’s Jordan Murray and fell kindly to the unmarked Nandhakumar on the edge of the box.

He played a shot towards the far post that goalkeeper Debjit Majumdar got into position to save, but the ball took a wicked deflection off the foot of Bikash Yumnam and flew into the net.

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इंटरनेट डेस्क। रूस और यूक्रेन के बीच युद्ध को लगभग दो साल पूरे हो चुके हैं और अब तक इस युद्ध को लेकर कोई परिणाम नहीं निकला है। दोनों देश इस युद्ध से आर्थिक और मानवीय घाटा झेल रहे है। इस बीच यूक्रेन के राष्ट्रपति वलोडोमिर जेलेंस्की का एक बड़ा बयान सामने आया हैं और उन्होंने मित्र देशों से इसके लिए मदद मांगी है।

मीडिया रिपोटर्स की माने तो यूक्रेन के राष्ट्रपति वलोडोमिर जेलेंस्की ने कहा की युद्ध में यूक्रेन को तगड़ी मार देने के लिए रूस नई प्लानिंग कर रहा है। उन्होंने कीव में मीडिया से बात करते हुए कहा कि रूस मई के अंत या गर्मियों में यूक्रेन के खिलाफ एक बहुत बड़े हमले की तैयारी कर रहा है।

यूक्रेन पर रूस के आक्रमण की दूसरी वर्षगांठ के एक दिन बाद बोलते हुए जेलेंस्की ने कहा कि रूस से लड़ने के लिए कीव और उसके पश्चिमी सहयोगियों के लिए एकजुट रहना महत्वपूर्ण है और दोहराया कि यूक्रेन की जीत निरंतर पश्चिमी समर्थन पर निर्भर करती है।

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खबर का अपडेट पाने के लिए हमारावाटसएपचैनल फोलो करें।

इंटरनेट डेस्क। राजस्थान के शिक्षा मंत्री मदन दिलावर हमेशा अपने बयानों को लेकर चर्चा में रहते हैं। ऐसे में शिक्षा मंत्री मदन दिलावर ने बाड़मेर जिले के दौरे के दौरान एक और बयान दिया है। मीडिया रिपोटर्स की माने तो दिलावर ने स्कूलों में शिक्षा पाठ्यक्रम में अकबर को महान पढ़ाये जाने पर एक बयान दिया हैं जो इन दिनों सुर्खियों में है।

मीडिया रिपोटर्स की माने तो शिक्षा मंत्री मदन दिलावर ने कहा कि अकबर एक आक्रांता व बलात्कारी था। उसको महान बताना गलत था, साथ ही उन्होंने कहा कि उन सभी विद्यालयों को बंद किया जाएगा, जिसको जनता नहीं चाहती है और विद्यार्थियों का नुकसान हो रहा है।

मीडिया रिपोटर्स की माने तो पाठ्यक्रम से अकबर को महान पढ़ाने के पाठ को हटाने को लेकर भी शिक्षा मंत्री ने बड़ी बात कही है। मदन दिलावर ने कहा कि अकबर एक आक्रंता था और मीना बाजार लगाकर सुंदर महिलाओं को ढूढ़कर उठाकर ले जाता और उनके साथ बलात्कार करता था। इसलिए उसको महान बताना मूर्खता है और जिसने भी उसको महान बताया है उसने मूर्खतापूर्वक कृत्य किया है।

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खबर का अपडेट पाने के लिए हमारावाटसएपचैनल फोलो करें।

Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) will today, February 27, conclude the online application process for the Child Development Project Officer posts. Eligible candidates must submit their applications on the official website jpsc.gov.in.

The recruitment drive aims to fill up a total of 64 vacancies.

The applicants can the vacancy details, educational qualification, age limit, pay scale, and other details available in the notification below:

Here’s the official notification.

Application Fee

The applicants from unreserved category, EWS, EBC, OBC category candidates will have to pay a fee of Rs 600, whereas Rs 150 is applicable to reserved category candidates. More details in the notification.

Steps to apply for JPSC CDPO posts

  1. Visit the official website jpsc.gov.in

  2. On the homepage, go to the Online Application tab

  3. Click on the CDPO posts’ application link

  4. Register yourself and proceed with the application process

  5. Upload the required documents, pay the fee, and submit

  6. Take a printout for future reference

Direct link to apply for CDPO posts.

For more details, candidates are advised to visit the official website here.

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इंटरनेट डेस्क। मशहूर गजल गायक पंकज उधास का सोमवार को मुंबई के ब्रीच क्रैंडी अस्पताल में निधन हो गया। बता दें की उन्होंने कई बॉलीवुड फिल्मों के लिए अपनी गजले दी है। उनकी बेटी नायाब उधास ने इंस्टाग्राम पर अपने पिता के निधन की खबर की पुष्टि की है। इधर जैसे ही उनके निधन की खबरें सामने आई बॉलीवुड में शोक की लहर दौड़ गई।

जानकारी के अनुसार पंकज उधास के परिजनों ने बताया कि पंकज उधास पिछले कुछ समय से लंबी बीमारी से जूझ रहे थे, लेकिन उनके करीबी दोस्त और गायक अनुप जलोटा ने उधास की बीमारी के बारे में नया खुलासा किया है।

मीडिया रिपोटर्स की माने तो गायक अनूप जलोटा ने पंकज उधास की बीमारी को लेकर नया अपडेट शेयर किया है। अनूप जलोटा ने बताया कि उधास कैंसर से जूझ रहे थे। अनुप को उनकी बीमारी के बारे में पिछले पांच से छह महीने से पता था। गजल सम्राट के निधन के बारे में बात करते हुए अनूप ने कहा, लोगों ने पंकज उधास को खो दिया है, लेकिन मैंने आज एक बहुत प्रिय दोस्त खो दिया है।

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