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Narendra Bhandari Senior Journalist connects thousands through whatsapp Groups

New Delhi : Ippci. Media. Com is operating 40 groups. Group 1 to 10 is only for delhi journalists. Group 11 is for sports journalists. Group 12 and 13 is for other state journalists. Group 14 is for social and rti activists, group 15 is for trade union and other imp. Associations, group 16 is for NCR journalists, group 17 is for the journalists, covering entertainment beat, group 18 is for journalists international events, group 19 is for delhi , punjab journalists, group 20 is for delhi, uttar pradesh journalists.Group 21 is for Group Discussion, and Group 22 is for Delhi , Uttrakhand journalists. Now Group 23 is For Business . Group 24 is Writer’s Group.Group 25 is for Social Message group and now Group 26 is Spritual activities and related information group. In Group 27 journalists can post their imp. Politicial stories. And in group 28 you can post Stories and video links or youtube links.Group 29 is Del. West Bengal journalists group.Group 32 is for Delhi elections . Group 33 is of southern states journalists.Group 35 and 36 is of journalists, working on clean india, green india campaign. And now Group 37 is for Delhi, Bihar, Jharkhand journalists. Group 38 is Disaster management group. Group 39 is Blood donor group. Group 40 is for Articles.Group 41 and 42 is Media Directory.And 7 Working journalists of india groups, in which journalists share their media related problems.We have near about 8000 journalists at our groups. We only share imp. Info. Regarding media programme. If any more query, anyone can post more regarding this.

Medium intensity quake jolts #Rajasthan, #Uttarakhand

New Delhi, Nov 18  Rajasthan and Uttarakhand were today jolted by medium intensity earthquakes measuring 4.2 and 3.3 on the Richter scale, the India Meteorological Department said.

The first quake hit Jodhpur at 1521 hrs, while the second quake hit Pithoragarh in Uttarakhand at 1832 hrs, it said.

However, there were no immediate reports of loss of life and property.

Earlier in the day, a strong quake jolted Tibet, tremors of which were felt in the northeastern state of Arunachal Pradesh, the IMD said.

The Himalayan belt is known for high seismological activity.

Source: PTI

सरकार का नया टारगेट- अब एक अरब मोबाइल और बैंक खातों से जोड़ा जाएगा आधार

नई दिल्ली| मूडीज की ईज ऑफ डूंईंग रैंकिंग्स लिस्ट में भारत को 30 पायदान उछाल मिलने के बाद मोदी सरकार एक बड़े प्लान में जुट गई है. मोदी सरकार ‘एक अरब-एक अरब-एक अरब’ के विजन को पूरा करने की हर कोशिश कर रही है. विजन के हिसाब में एक अरब आधार नंबरों को एक अरब बैंक खातों और एक अरब मोबाइल से लिंक करने का प्लान बनाया जा रहा है. दरअसल, मूडीज और वर्ल्ड बैंक ने नोटबंदी, जीएसटी और आधार लिंक जैसे कदमों की तारीफ की है.

‘वन प्लस-वन प्लस-वन प्लस’ के इस विजन को हासिल करने की अटकलें सरकारी महकमे में गूंजने लगी हैं, हालांकि इसे पूरा करने की कोई तारीख तय नहीं रखी गई है. सरकार के इस प्लान पर जोर देने के और भी कारण है, आधिकारिक सूत्रों के मुताबिक, सरकार ने यह लक्ष्य नोटबंदी के कारण 6 लाख करोड़ रुपये के बड़े नोटों के चलन से बाहर हो जाने और बैंक खाते खुलवाने एवं डिजिटल पेमेंट्स के बढ़ते चलन के मद्देनजर यह लक्ष्य निर्धारित किया गया है.

#NASA launches powerful ‘Polar Weather Satellite’

The first in a series of four advanced polar-orbiting satellites launched to space on its third try early Saturday, turning its watchful eye to improving the accuracy of weather forecasts and Earth observations.

The new Joint Polar Satellite System-1 satellite, or JPSS-1, launched into orbit atop a United Launch Alliance-built Delta II rocket at 4:47 a.m. EST (0947 GMT), lighting up the predawn sky over its Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The successful liftoff came after two scrubbed launch attempts earlier this week due to high winds and boats inside the launch range restriction zone offshore.

“Things went absolutely perfect today,” NASA launch manager Omar Baez said after the JPSS-1 launch. “The nation’s got another wonderful weather asset up in space.”

Delhi govt to merge routes to boost public transport

New Delhi, Nov 18  To boost public transport in the city and address last-mile connectivity issues, the Delhi government is trying to increase bus frequency by merging parallel routes.

Beginning this process, the Transport Department put forth a proposal in a meeting of the State Transport Authority, said a department official.

The proposal involves merging 73 routes to come out with better frequency of mini-stage carriage buses, he said.

The Transport Department will also take the help of the School of Planning and Architecture for the route rationalisation exercise, the official said.

There are 73 routes for mini-stage carriage buses totalling 798. These buses provide last-mile connectivity by carrying passengers from residential areas to the Metro stations, he said.

“Route rationalisation will involve shifting buses on routes having less buses and poor frequency. On an average, routes are 17-km long and 14 buses are required for the frequency of 10-15 minutes,” the official said.

Merging of routes will eliminate duplicacy of services by the Delhi Transport Corporation and Gramin Seva Services.

Route rationalisation exercise was last undertaken in 2009, he added.

 

Source: PTI