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Is the opposition unity real ?

Everyone knew that Modi Government will not fall in the aftermath of the no confidence motion tabled against it on Friday.  What was important that see was that how many  votes each  side gets that and which side has more cracks–  the opposition or ruling coalition. Astonishingly enough, there were 325 votes for the  Government despite  opposition’s claim that many  ruling coalition members were with it. The BJP has only 274(331 with allies) Members in the lower house and the so called united opposition has to content with 126 votes. As many as 48 Members, however, abstained from voting.

Delhi pilgrim dies enroute to Vaishno Devi shrine

Jammu, Jul 21 (PTI) A 30-year-old man from Delhi died of suspected heart attack enroute to the cave shrine of Vaishno Devi in Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir, a police official said today.

Mukesh Sharma, a resident of Delhi’s Rohini area, fell unconscious near Battery car point along the new track to the cave shrine last evening and was later declared brought dead by doctors at a dispensary nearby, the official said.

He said the pilgrim was accompanied by his wife and the couple were on way to the shrine to offer their prayers when he apparently suffered the massive heart attack and fell down.

His body was brought to a health centre at Katra and is being handed over to his family for last rites, the official said.

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DSSSB Recruitment 2018: Application process begins for 4366 primary teacher posts

The process of applying online for the Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board 2018 has already begun and candidates seeking to apply for the primary teacher positions can log on to the official DSSSB website.

Last date

The last date for applying online for DSSSB 2018 is July 30 and hence, the candidates are advised to fill up their applications before the deadline day.

Application process

Applying for DSSSB 2018 is simple and it can be done in four easy steps.

  • Log onto the official website
  • Go to registration button on the right top of the website’s home page and select Click for New Registration
  • After completing the registration process, login with your credentials provided and fill up the registration form.
  • Pay the application fee and submit the form.

Candidates are advised to take the print out of the application form for future use and they should also make sure they carry their respective Aadhaar Cards with them as bringing Aadhaar to the examination hall is mandatory.

Application fee

The DSSSB Recruitment 2018 application fee is Rs 100 for General and OBC category. Candidates belonging to SC/ST/PH Ex-serviceman category are exempted from the application fee. There is no fee for female candidates as well.

The candidates can pay the fee through debit card, debit card or by net banking.


The candidates seeking to apply for DSSSB Recruitment 2018 must have passed Class 12 from a recognised board or two years diploma or certificate in Elementary Teachers Educations. They must have qualified CTET.


There are a total of 4366 vacancies for the post of primary teachers. There are 1610 vacancies for General category, 1286 vacancies for OBC category, 714 for SC category and 756 for ST category.