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Monday, 31 July 2017

Gujarat Cong alleges BJP bribed its MLAs, last date to file IT returns: Top stories to bring you up to date

The Congress legislators from Gujarat staying at a resort outside Bengaluru are willing to return home if state chief minister Vijay Rupani promises their safety, party spokesperson Shaktisinh Gohil said on Sunday. The party shepherded 44 lawmakers on Friday night to the holiday retreat in Karnakata after a spate of resignation of its MLAs amid allegations that the ruling BJP in Gujarat were bribing and coercing them ahead of the August 8 vice-presidential election. “We have been threatened, offered money to defect and some have done so,” Gohil, the Congress MLA for Abdasa in the Kutch region, told reporters.

Twenty-nine Indian cities and towns, including Delhi and capitals of nine states, fall under “severe” to “very severe” seismic zones, according to the National Centre for Seismology (NCS). Delhi, Patna (Bihar), Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir), Kohima (Nagaland), Puducherry, Guwahati (Assam), Gangtok (Sikkim), Shimla (Himachal Pradesh), Dehradun (Uttarakhand), Imphal (Manipur) and Chandigarh fall under seismic zones IV and V. The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) has classified different regions in the country into zones II to V, taking into consideration earthquake records, tectonic activities and damage caused.

England ripped apart South Africa’s top order in Sunday’s final session at the Oval to bear down on a victory that would put them 2-1 up with one to play in the four-Test series. Two wickets from successive balls in Ben Stokes’ third over removed Quinton de Kock (5) and Faf du Plessis (0) and ended faint South Africa hopes of mounting a rearguard action in pursuit of their target of 492.

Although Stokes failed to record what would have been the first-ever test hat-trick at the Oval, the damage was done. Du Plessis’ wicket, lbw without playing a shot to a first-ball inswinger, was a particular blow, with South Africa needing their captain to survive at least into Monday.


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Wednesday, 26 July 2017

चीन के फाइटर जेट्स ने अमेरिका के सर्विलांस प्लेन का रास्ता रोका

वॉशिंगटन.साउथ और ईस्ट चाइना सी को लेकर चीन और अमेरिका के बीच विवाद बढ़ता ही जा रहा है। ईस्ट चाइना सी में चीन के फाइटर्स जेट ने अमेरिका के सर्विलांस प्लेन को रास्ते में ही रोक दिया। चीन का जेट इतनी करीब आ गया था कि उनके बीच टक्कर हो सकती थी।
- घटना सोमवार की है, जब अमेरिका के एक सर्विलांस प्लेन को रास्ते में चीन के दो फाइटर्स जेट ने रोक लिया। 
- अफसरों के मुताबिक, शुरुआती जांच में पता चला है कि अमेरिकी प्लेन ईपी-3 के करीब चीन का जे-10 जेट आ गया था। 
- जानकारी के मुताबिक, चीनी जेट अमेरिकी प्लेन के बीच महज 91 मीटर की दूरी थी। ऐसे में हादसा टालने के लिए अमेरिकी प्लेन को अपना रास्ता बदला। 
- यह घटना जिस समय हुई, उस वक्त अमेरिका का सर्विलांस प्लेन अंतरराष्ट्रीय हवाई सीमा में था।
- अमेरिका के दो अफसरों ने नाम ना छापने की शर्त पर इस बारे में जानकारी दी है। 
- हालांकि, ये कोई पहला मौका नहीं है। पहले भी साउथ या ईस्ट चाइना सी में दोनों देशों के प्लेन आमने-सामने आ चुके हैं।

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Monday, 23 January 2017

Trump Orders Broad Hiring Freeze for Federal Government

WASHINGTON — President Trump on Monday ordered an across-the-board employment freeze for the federal government, halting hiring for all new and existing positions except those in national security, public safety and the military.

In the two-page order, Mr. Trump said the directive was a stopgap way to control the growth of government until his budget director recommends a long-term plan to significantly reduce the federal work force through attrition.

“In carrying out this memorandum, I ask that you seek efficient use of existing personnel and funds to improve public services and the delivery of these services,” Mr. Trump wrote in the memorandum, one of his first acts as president. “Accordingly, this memorandum does not prohibit making reallocations to meet the highest priority needs and to ensure that essential services are not interrupted and national security is not affected.”

The largest public employees union blasted the president’s action, saying it will force federal agencies to rely on more expensive contractors to deliver the services that Americans have come to expect from the government.

“This hiring freeze will mean longer lines at Social Security offices, fewer workplace safety inspections, less oversight of environmental polluters and greater risk to our nation’s food supply and clean water systems,” said J. David Cox Sr., the president of the group, the American Federation of Government Employees.

Mr. Trump’s memorandum addressed that point directly by saying that “contracting outside the government to circumvent the intent of this memorandum shall not be permitted.”

Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary, said on Monday that the president’s decision to freeze hiring was the result of a desire to show greater care for taxpayers’ money.

“What the president’s showing through the hiring freeze, first and foremost today, is that we’ve got to respect the American taxpayer,” he told reporters in his first briefing at the White House.


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