Daily Archive: August 1, 2018

31 घंटे से बोरवेल मे फंसी थी 3 साल की सना बाहर आते ही लोगों ने तालियां बजाकर जवानों की हौसल ा

बिहार मुंगेर-मासूम सना तक पहुंची NDRF की टीम
बाहर लेकर बाहर निकले जवान 31 घंटे से बोरवेल मे फंसी थी 3 साल की सना
बाहर आते ही लोगों ने तालियां बजाकर जवानों की हौसला अफजाई की बिलकुल सही सलामत है सना
लोगों ने लगााए जिंदाबाद के नारे
डाक्टरों की टीम समेत तमाम मेडिकल सुविधाएं मौके पर थी मौजूद
बच्ची बाहर आते ही चारों तरफ इकट्ठा भीड़ को देख रही थी फिलहाल डाक्टरों दी देखरेख मे है सना

Delhi: SHO Saket who was caught yesterday by CBI while accepting a bribe of Rs 2 lakh has been dismissed and ATO Inspector Hauz Khas has been sent to district line.

Delhi: SHO Saket who was caught yesterday by CBI while accepting a bribe of Rs 2 lakh has been dismissed and ATO Inspector Hauz Khas has been sent to district line.

Women are Rubbing Toothpaste on their Breasts and the Reason Will Shock You

YouTuber NaturalBeauty556 shared a video titled ‘Tighten Sagging Breasts in 6 Days Using Toothpaste No Jokes 100% Working Result In Live Demo’. The video shows viewers how to make a paste containing toothpaste, cucumber, yoghurt, flour and egg whites, which the blogger spreads on her chest. video:

Another channel, Susana Home Remedies, suggests putting toothpaste on your nipples and rubbing Vaseline on your breasts to make your breasts grow larger. Toothpaste has long been known as a remedy for spots, as it dries out the skin, but can it really make you look like you’ve had a boob job without actually going under the knife?

Experts say no.

before any more people rush off to buy some tubes of Colgate, it’s important for us to make clear that rubbing toothpaste on your breasts will not make them any bigger. It will also not reduce sagging.

In fact, it won’t really do anything apart from make your breasts smell minty. You might notice a feeling of tightness, however. That’s because toothpaste is drying, so will make skin anywhere on your body feel a bit dryer and tighter. It’s why people use toothpaste to treat spots, because it dries out oil and sebum. Try smudging some toothpaste on your hand and you’ll feel that the skin seems tighter. but that this sensation is washed away once the toothpaste is removed.

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7th Pay Commission: Indian Railways employees pay drives these big worries

7th Pay Commission: Though Indian Railways have been generating `Excess` after meeting working expenses from own revenues, the amount of `Excess` has varied over the years depending on the pace of growth of working expenses vis-a-vis the earnings of Railways, the statement said.

7th Pay Commission: Indian Railways revenue has been feeling the pinch for a long time and there is no permanent solution on hand as costs have been rising while income has not been able to keep pace. With Indian Railways focussing in a major way to improve safety and speed issues of trains, the expenditure is soaring fast. What is also worked into this equation are the salaries paid under the 7th pay commission aegis.

Giving this information to the Rajya Sabha in a written reply, Minister of State of Railways Rajen Gohain in a statement revealed many aspects. The minister informed the Upper House that during 2016-17 and 2017-18, "the growth of traffic earnings was not commensurate to the high growth of working expenses comprising inter alia of pay, allowances and pension on account of implementation of 7th Central Pay Commission recommendations." In effect, the 7th pay commission based hike in employees pay is weighing heavy on the transporter, aside from other things.

Though Indian Railways have been generating ‘Excess’ after meeting working expenses from own revenues, the amount of ‘Excess’ has varied over the years depending on the pace of growth of working expenses vis-a-vis the earnings of Railways, the statement said.

"Periodic Pay Commissions, performance of the economy at large, intense competition from other modes of transport like road and air affects the capability of Indian Railways to raise revenue earnings at a faster pace than the growth in working expenditure. Thus, while there has been a progressive rise in Railways’ capital expenditure, the contribution of Railways’ internal resources to the same has gone down occasionally especially during the years of implementation of Pay Commission recommendations," the statement added

Elsewhere, central government employees are waiting for a pay hike based on a new fitment formula that would hike minimum salary to Rs 26,000. Hope is that an announcement of a pay hike will be made during the approaching big national holiday.

Source: NDTV

Imposition of VAT on petrol and diesel

Union Minister of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Shri Dharmendra Pradhan has said that Article 279A (5) of the Constitution provides that Goods and Services Tax Council shall recommend the date on which goods and services tax shall be levied on petroleum crude, high speed diesel, motor spirit, natural gas and aviation turbine fuel.In a written reply in Rajya Sabha today, the Minister said that while, petroleum products are constitutionally included under GST, the date and rate on which GST shall be levied on such goods, shall be as per the decision of the GST Council

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Re-Employmment of Retired Government Officers

There is no provision of cooling off period of one year for re-employment of retired Government officials.

As per rules, if, a pensioner who, immediately before his retirement was a Group ‘A’ officer (including officers belonging to All India Services), wishes to accept any commercial employment before the expiry of one year from the date of his retirement, he shall obtain the previous sanction of the Government to such acceptance by submitting an application in the prescribed form.The rules also provide that if such a pensioner takes up any commercial employment at any time before the expiry of one year from the date of his retirement without prior permission of the Government, it shall be competent for the Government to declare that he shall not be entitled to the whole or such part of the pension and for such period as may be specified.

This information was provided by the Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) Development of North-Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, DrJitendra Singh in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha today.

 

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#GST Revenue collections for July 2018

The Total Gross GST Revenue collected in the month of July 2018 is Rs. 96,483 crore of which CGST is Rs. 15,877 crore, SGST is Rs. 22,293 crore, IGST is Rs. 49,951 crore (including Rs. 24,852 crore collected on imports) and Cess is Rs. 8,362 crore (including Rs. 794 crore collected on imports). This is broadly on expected lines.

The total number of GSTR 3B Returns filed for the month of July up to 31st July, 2018 is 66 lakh compared to GSTR 3B Returns filed for the month of June up to 30th June, 2018 was 64.69 lakh.

Rs. 3899 crore has been released to the States as GST Compensation for the months of April-May, 2018.

 

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Konkan Railway to begin work on Kolhapur-Vaibhavwadi Route Soon; to have 10 New Stations

The Konkan Railway connects the States of Maharashtra, Goa and Karnataka in the Western Coast of India

Work on the 103 kilometreKolhapur-Vaibhavwadi section of Konkan Railway will begin soon. This decision was taken at a review meeting of Konkan railway chaired by Union Minister of Commerce & Industry and Civil Aviation, Suresh Prabhu, in New Delhi, yesterday. The meeting was attended by the Chairman, Railway Board, CMD, Konkan Railway and other senior officials. During the discussions the Minister emphasised that the construction of the Kolhapur-Vaibhavwadi section will be a game changer for not only the Konkan Railway but also for the region and the economy of Maharashtra. It will link the coastal region of Maharashtra with Western Maharashtra, lead to development of ports and harbours in the coastal region and allow flow of goods from the hinterland to the coast.

In the meeting, Suresh Prabhu said that the construction of this line will also facilitate the movement of petroleum from the world’s largest integrated refinery cum petrochemicals complexes being built near Vaibhavwadi in Ratnagiri district, in the Konkan region of Maharashtra. The USD 40 billion mega refinery is being built by IOC, BPCL and HPCL and is expected to be commissioned by 2022. It will have a capacity of 60 million metric tonnes per annum (MMTPA).

Kolhapur-Vaibhavwadi line will facilitate movement of petroleum and petrochemicals from the refinery to the coast. The Minister further explained that the future economic growth of Maharashtra depends on connectivity of its coastal areas with the rest of the state and the country.

CMD, Konkan Railway, informed the Minister that in order to improve services, of Konkan Railway to more villages and towns in the region, 10 new stations are also being built. The first station will be inaugurated in January 2019.

The Kolhapur-Vaibhavwadi line has already been sanctioned by the Railway Ministry. Indian Railways will bear 50% of the cost and rest will be borne by the Government of Maharashtra.

Click here for Konkan Railway Map:

 

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