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SSC CGL Tier I exam 2017 to begin from August 5, admit cards to release soon at ssc.nic.in

SSC CGL Tier I exam 2017 to begin from August 5, admit cards to release soon at ssc.nic.in

International Affairs
  SAC CG 2017: SAC received 30,26,598 online applications for the CL tier 1 exam. While no announcement has been made on the release of the admit card, it is expected that the Commission will activate the link by next week The Staff Selection Commission (SAC) on July 19 postponed the date of the Combined Graduate Level Examination (OGLE) tier 1. In a notification, it has announced that the said exam will now be held from August 5 instead of August 1. The Commission said, “In partial modification to the earlier announced date(s) of the said examination from 1st August, 2017 to 20th August, 2017, the Commission would now be conducting the Combined Graduate Level Examination, 2017 from 5th August, 2017 to 24th August, 2017.” The notification further adds that SEC CG will not be held on Au
WATCH: Stand up comedian Zakir Khan’s heartbreaking poem perfectly captures the pain and jealousy in love

WATCH: Stand up comedian Zakir Khan’s heartbreaking poem perfectly captures the pain and jealousy in love

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The poem, titled "Is larvae nah ho tum" talks about a lover, the questions he harbors long after parting with his partner and the jealousy and pain he experiences. Stand up comedian Fakir Khan recited the poem amidst thunderous applause from the audience.There is no denying that love is a beautiful emotion. Several poems and novels have been written on it, elucidating its overwhelming ability to sustain somebody. Though this is true in its own right, it is not all that there is to love. There is also desperation, jealousy and separation in love, and sometimes these emotions provide fodder for the best poems. And this was validated when stand-up comedian Fakir Khan recited a heartbreaking poem from the perspective of a lover, who is no longer with the person he loved. Titled “Is larvae nah
Youth killed in firing by security forces during stone-pelting in Kashmir’s Budgam

Youth killed in firing by security forces during stone-pelting in Kashmir’s Budgam

International Affairs
The police official added that the soldiers allegedly opened fire in order to chase away a group of people that had begun pelting stones on vehicles of 53 Rashtriya Rifles of the Army. The situation in Beerbohm town and adjoining areas is said to be tense following the firing. An 18-year-old boy was killed and another person was injured in an alleged firing by security forces on Friday in Kashmir, PT reported citing police. The incident occurred during stone-pelting in Beerbohm area of Kashmir’s Budge district. The police official added that the soldiers allegedly opened fire in order to chase away a group of people that had begun pelting stones on vehicles of 53 Rashtriya Rifles of The Army. Tan veer Ahmad Bani is said to have succumbed to his injuries, while the other injured has
Monsoon in Delhi: Twitter gets sloshed with rainy tweets after a spell of showers

Monsoon in Delhi: Twitter gets sloshed with rainy tweets after a spell of showers

International Affairs
Monsoon in Delhi: Twitter gets sloshed with rainy tweets after a spell of showers The season of rains is here with a spell of showers and the national capital is basking in the glory of the rain drops. While the rain has increased the humidity, it has also brought a breath of fresh air in the natural surroundings. With a slight temperature drop, the monsoon season is calling for a break from the hot sunny days. Heavy rainfall and thunderstorm lashed the Delhi-National Capital Region (NOR) early Thursday morning, but it also resulted into water logging in several areas. To top that, a lot of streets were jammed when the traffic was at its peak. To voice their thoughts about the rains, Atwitter took to the social media platform and coated it with a layer of sarcasm and humor. While some
Sushma Swaraj and Indian Embassy to help even if you are stuck on the Mars

Sushma Swaraj and Indian Embassy to help even if you are stuck on the Mars

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Sushma Swaraj is one of the most followed leaders on the micro-blogging site Twitter. She has almost 8 million follwers. She has always been an active and quick in taking steps when it come to 'rescue' in other word in bringing back the stuck Indian nationals, visa and passport issues. What if you are stuck on Mars? You have no idea if this happens Indian Embassy is all set to bring you back; know how is it possible.     EAM of India often takes out some time form her busy schedule to reply back to people in trouble and this is one of the best thing that people admire here. But this time Sushma Swaraj has offered a helping hand to Karan Saini who tweeted her saying @SushmaSwaraj😎 I am stuck on mars, food sent via 🇮🇳Mangalyaan (987 days a
Linking Aadhar with property registration compulsory: Fake order goes viral; FIR registered

Linking Aadhar with property registration compulsory: Fake order goes viral; FIR registered

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Linking Aadhar with property registration compulsory: Fake order goes viral; FIR registered The police have registered a case of forgery on a complaint by a senior government official alleging that a fake letter issued by the cabinet secretariat about digitisation of land records, was being circulated with his forged signature.     The case was registered against unidentified persons on the complaint of Sheo Nath Singh, an undersecretary in the government whose signature is there on the letter, the police said on Monday. Linking Aadhar with property registration compulsory: Fake order goes viral; FIR registered The letter, which emerged on WhatsApp and has Cabinet Secretariat written on the top, reportedly mandated all the chief secretaries, additional chief se...