Daily Archive: February 19, 2018

Directorate of School Education Invites Applicants for Teachers and Lecturers Posts

The directorate of School education (DSEK) has released a notification regarding various posts and invited eligible candidates for the same. Candidates can apply at their official website dsek.nic.in.

The total vacancy for the different posts is 2601. 1590 post is available for teachers and 1011 posts are for lectures.

Box Office: Akshay Kumar’s PadMan to halt Khiladi’s dream run to hit 6th back-to-back Rs 100 cr movie

After five back-to-back Rs100 crore movies at the box office, Akshay Kumar’s latest release PadMan failed to recreate the magic despite all the hype. Akshay Kumar has been ruling the box office with five back-to-back movies crossing Rs100 crore mark at the domestic market in the recent past.

Congress launches scathing attack over PM Narendra Modi’s silence on PNB fraud case

The Congress on Monday stepped up its attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for keeping mum on the multi-crore PNB scam. The Congress has alleged that accused Mehul Choksi has been close to PM Modi.

“5 days since India’s largest bank loot and PM Modi is a vow of silence. The nation needs answers, Mr. Prime Minister,” tweeted Congress on its official handle. Earlier, continuing his attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi over banking frauds, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Monday said that “saheb’s” (an allusion to Prime Minister Modi) silence over the scams betrays which side his loyalty lies.

The Congress president took to verse to ask where is the “chowkidar” (watchman) who used to say that he would neither indulge in corruption himself nor let others do, in the backdrop of the latest Rs 11,300-crore Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam that has diamantaire Nirav Modi at its center.

[First Lalit (Modi), then (Vijay) Mallya and now Nirav (Modi) too has fled/Where is the watchman who used to claim he would neither indulge in corruption himself nor let others do],” Gandhi tweeted. The public is eager to know the secret of saheb’s silence as his silence suggests where his loyalty lies,” he added.

On Sunday too, Gandhi had attacked the Prime Minister over his silence on the banking fraud involving Nirav Modi and urged the government to “speak up”. “Stop behaving as if you are guilty! Speak up,” Gandhi had said.

Nirav Modi fled the country just before the scam came to light. The ruling BJP and the Congress have been trading charges over who detected and acted against the banking fraud that dates back to 2011-12.

Source: Dailyhunt