Daily Archive: December 12, 2017

इस सेलेब्रिटी की वजह से भारत में नहीं की विराट-अनुष्का ने शादी

विराट कोहली और अनुष्का शर्मा 11 दिसंबर को हमेशा के लिए एक हो गए. दोनों सालों से एक-दूसरे को डेट कर रहे थे. लम्बे समय से दोनों के शादी को लेकर अटकले लगाईं जा रही थी और आखिरकार दोनों ने सात फेरे ले ही लिए. विराट की शादी में सिर्फ ख़ास दोस्त और परिवार वाले ही शामिल हुए इस शादी को पूरी तरह से सीक्रेट रखा. शादी की पक्की खबर तब आई जब दोनों एक-दूसरे के हो चुके थे. अब सोचने वाली बात ये है कि आखिर विरुषा की शादी को इतना सीक्रेट क्यों रखा गया.

मीडिया रिपोर्ट्स की माने तो विराट और अनुष्का ने आदित्य चोपड़ा के कहने पर भारत में नहीं बल्कि इटली में शादी की. बता दें, आदित्य चोपड़ा ने रानी मुख़र्जी से इटली में ही शादी की थी. एक अखबार के अनुसार, “यह उनका (आदित्य चोपड़ा) ही आइडिया था कि विराट और अनुष्का इटली में शादी करें. उन्होंने दोनों की सलाह दी कि यहां (भारत) शादी करने से यह मीडिया की वजह से तमाशा भी बन सकती है.” अनुष्का ने आदित्य की बात को मानते हुए यही फैसला लिया.

Delhi: Family of 15-year-old Nitisha Negi who drowned in a beach in Australia’s Adelaide sit in mourning. Father says, we request External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj ji to help us get our daughter’s body soon.

Delhi: Family of 15-year-old Nitisha Negi who drowned in a beach in Australia’s Adelaide sit in mourning. Father says, we request External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj ji to help us get our daughter’s body soon.

14 crore PAN-Aadhaar linkages done till now

New Delhi, Dec 12 (PTI) Over 14 crore Permanent Account Numbers (PANs) have been linked with Aadhaar till now, official sources said today.

With this, about 41 per cent of PANs are now linked with Aadhaar numbers.

There are about 33 crore PAN cards, while Aadhaar has been issued to about 115 crore people.

“Over 41 crore PANs have been linked with the Aadhaar till now. The linkages are ongoing,” a senior official said.

The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT), the policy- making body for the Income Tax Department, last week extended the deadline for this linkage to March 31 next year.

“It has come to notice that some of the taxpayers have not yet completed the linking of PAN with Aadhaar. Therefore, to facilitate the process of linking, it has been decided to further extend the time for linking of Aadhaar with PAN till March 31, 2018,” the CBDT said.

Jaipur: Class X English Passage on PM Modi Contains Multiple Spelling Errors

Jaipur, Dec 12: Class 10 students appearing for their English subject half-yearly examination in government schools under the Rajasthan Board for Secondary Education (RBSE) were given a question paper that had multiple spelling errors. A passage on Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the question paper read: “MODI SERVED as the Chief Minister of Gujrat for the four terms… As a spoker he is known as a craod-puller. He is the most sovy political leader of India.” Few other words that were wrongly spelled were obese as “obessed”, violence as “voilence” etc.

RBSE chairman BL Chaudhary told The Indian Express that the half-yearly examinations are not conducted by them, but are held independently by district education authorities.

Delhi HC Asks AAP Govt to Ensure Admission For All in Govt Schools

New Delhi, Dec 12: The Delhi High Court on Tuesday asked the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government to take steps and ensure that children, especially from the age group of 6-14, get admission in government schools in Kapashera area, South Delhi. The HC wants to make sure that the students are not deprived of their right to education.

The High Court bench was constituted by Justice Gita Mittal, Acting CJ, and Justice C Hari Shankar. The direction came in response to a PIL, filed by parents of 35 students who were refused admission, regarding the issue from the area. The PIL stated that the children were denied admission in schools in the area.

The PIL stated: “The Delhi government schools have kept them out on the ground of non-production of residence proof, original transfer certificate and report cards. Some other reasons were, not having a bank account and age-related problems. Another lame excuse was that the last date of admission was 31st of July.”

The bench also directed that students under the age of 18 and are differently capable also to be admitted in schools.

Delhi government counsel Naushad Ahmed Khan told the court that they were always ready to give education to the children. On the contrary, the petitioners, during the hearing, said that no necessary steps had been taken by the government on this matter.

#BHU Asks Political Science Students to Write Eassy on BJP, Short Note on AAP

New Delhi, Dec 12: Post-graduate political science students of Banaras Hindu University (BHU) were asked to write a 15 marks essay on Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for their paper on Indian Political System: Theoretical and Cultural Aspects in the first semester exams. A two marks short question on Aam Admi Party (AAP) was also part of the question paper. The exam was conducted on December 5

“Political parties are part of the MA previous year (first year) syllabus. So, the two questions were incorporated in the question paper. Examination for the paper already took place. No student had any objection to it,” Prof Kaushal Kishore Mishra, as reported by Hindustan Times, said.

Some students echoed similar views and said the questions were easy as both BJP and AAP are known to everyone. “The questions were very easy. Everyone knows AAP is a political party. As far as question number 6 is concerned, writing an essay on BJP was also equally easy. The party is in power at the Centre and in the state. Really, the queries amused me,” one of the BHU students was quoted as saying.

However, some raised doubts over the timing of the question related to the BJP when Assembly elections are being held in Gujarat. “It is true that the political parties are part of our syllabus, but asking about BJP at this point when Gujarat is going to poll, exposes the mindset of the question setter,” another student was quoted as saying.

This is not the first time when the BHU administration included questions related to some ongoing political development. Recently, the varsity asked questions on the nature of Goods and Services Tax (GST) in Kautilya’s times to its political science students.