DU Fourth Cut-off List out at du.ac.in: Lady Shri Ram College sets the highest with 97.75 per cent, yet again

DU Fourth Cut-off List out at du.ac.in: Lady Shri Ram College sets the highest with 97.75 per cent, yet again

DU Fourth Cut-off List out at du.ac.in: Lady Shri Ram College sets the highest with 97.75 per cent, yet again

The fourth line 2017 cutting of the University of Delhi (DU) has been published in the official page, whose link is isdu.ac.in

The fourth cut list was issued to fill nearly 57 percent. 100 of about 52,000 seats undergraduate courses at several colleges of Delhi University.

“More than 30,000 of the 52,000 seats at various DU universities have already been filled, and payment of fees.

The remaining seats will be more likely to be filled following the publication of two other court lists, said the chairman of the EU admission committee, Mr. K Maharaj Pandit in the recent PTI report.

With a drop of 0.25 percent, Ms. Shri Ram College (LSR) at Delhi University has again set the highest level compared to other colleges.

Now LSR requires 97.75% for BA Psychology (Hons).

Meanwhile, in the third cut list, LSR had set its threshold higher than 98 percent for the same course.

After LSR it is the Indian College which put BA journalism (Hons) of the LSR and cycles of BA (Hons) Economy of 97.25%.

Although they were open to various colleges, the Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), Lady Shri Ram (LSR) and the Indian College closed their admissions to certain courses .

Note: Admission to the fourth list will continue until July 15.

This year, the first and second cut lists were published respectively on June 23 and July 1.

In the first cut list, the highest was 99.66 percent for the BSc (Hons) in Electronics SGTB Khalsa College.

Five judge-bench at SC to hear Aadhaar next week

Five judge-bench at SC to hear Aadhaar next week

Five judge-bench at SC to hear Aadhaar next week

The Supreme Court has agreed to create a bank to set up five judges to decide privacy protection issues under the Aadhaar law.

The constitution bank will meet next week for two days to decide whether the matter should be referred to a larger bank.

The President of the Supreme Court of India, JS Khehar’s decision, came after senior council Shyam Divan mentions the issue in court Wednesday morning.

Divan lawsuit – with the support of the Attorney General KK Venugopal is under an order of 2015, where a jury of five judges headed by Indian Supreme Court President HL Dattu, had addressed all issues privacy issue at the Aadhaar Matter to a court of the Constitution.

The recent Divan lawsuit came after a comment made by Judge Jasas Chelameswar that said a bank of the Constitution should have all issues arising from the issuance of Aadhaar.

The observation of Judge Chelameswar was made last week when the subject of the Aadhaar reached the hearing before the plenary by virtue of a June 27 order issued by a bank holidays. Sofa, representing the petitioners and Venugopal, accepted the court’s suggestion and agreed to refer the matter jointly to the Chief Justice of India next week.

“I believe that once a matter has been referred to a bank of the Constitution, all matters arising therefrom must be in court.

I can only say that an issue can be settled by a nine-judge court. Can decide the possibility that nine judges hear, “said the judge who leads Chelameswar bank three judges also formed by judges and AM Khanwilkar Navin Sinha.

During the brief hearing, Sofá recalled the orders of an order of October 2015, which referred the matter to an Aadhaar court of the Constitution.

During his speech, Couch said that the number of notifications issued by the Aadhar Order Center – a clear departure from the law under which he volunteers – appeared to be one of the Indian concentration camps.

The AG, however, an exception to this submission and noted that if Divan continued in the direction of this argument, he was unwilling to follow the case. “How can he (SOFA) that India is like a concentration camp? ‘” Venugopal said.

Several petitions that question the constitutional validity of Aadhar pending before the apex court. However, it has been almost two years and the highest court has not yet appointed a court to hear the issue despite several calls.

Move Tanneries, Set Guidelines For Ganga's Ghats, Uttar Pradesh Is Told

Move Tanneries, Set Guidelines For Ganga’s Ghats, Uttar Pradesh Is Told

Move Tanneries, Set Guidelines For Ganga’s Ghats, Uttar Pradesh Is Told

In its latest move to protect the Ganges, the country’s upper green courtyard banned the release of any type of waste within 500 meters of the river; Any person caught in the river will be charged Rs. 50,000.

He also called on the government of Uttar Pradesh to move polluting tanneries and apply guidelines – with the state of Uttarakhand hills – for religious activities organized in the ghats of the river and its tributaries.

The Ganges is one of the dirtiest rivers in the world, with tons of sewage and industrial waste poured daily.

It starts as a crystalline river in the icy Himalayas, but pollution and overuse transform it into toxic sludge as it passes through booming cities, industrial centers and millions of devotees passed by.

Less than a quarter of the approximately 4.8 billion liters of wastewater flowing daily in the river 1,570 miles from major cities are treated.

Sliding under the bridge in the industrial city of Kanpur, the color of the water turns dark gray. Industrial waste and wastewater flows from open drains, when the foam clouds float on its surface. In a sense, the river turns red.

Near there, tannery workers carry buffaloes soaked with chemicals in large drums. The second dirty return in the river, which is a destination for waste generated by 760 industrial units described “extremely polluting” by experts.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has pledged to build more treatment plants and move more than 400 tanneries near the river, but the $ 3 billion cleanup plan is far behind schedule.

The Green National Court said today that the Government of Yogi Adityanath in Uttar Pradesh had six weeks to reinstate the tanneries of Jajmau Unnao or any place it deems convenient. There are about 450 tanneries in the state that go back to the river. Only 14 were closed in March.

Much of the money allocated to PM Modi’s flagship initiative to clean the river is not disappointed, officials at the National Cleaner Mission (NMCG) said, a government agency responsible for overseeing the project, the Reuters news agency in April .

The report said the $ 3.06 billion allocated for cleanup in the five years to 2020, a presentation on the project in January showed that only $ 205 million had been spent between April 2015 and March 2017.

The Green National Court in February, states that “no drop of Ganga has been cleaned so far” accusing the government of spending public money

Bodies of soldiers to be brought to their villages in Jammu tomorrow

Bodies of soldiers to be brought to their villages in Jammu tomorrow

Bodies of soldiers to be brought to their villages in Jammu tomorrow

The bodies of two army soldiers were killed by snipers from the Pakistani army in which the Control Line will be taken in the Kupwara district to their hometown in Jammu on Friday.

Lance Naik Ranjit Singh, burn village in the Bhalwal area and Satish Bhagat lifeguard, from the village of Gurhasinghu Shamachak in the region, have been killed by gunfire in honor of a position ahead of the Queran sector of the Kupwara district at 14: 20 Wednesday.

His assassination is about the filming of seven pilgrims from Amarnath Monday in Anantnag as terrorist attacks and truce violations rose to Jammu and Kashmir from Hizbul of ultra Burhan Wani was killed last July 8 years.
Lieutenant General Devraj General Anbu, head of the Northern Army, paid tribute to the two soldiers and offered condolences to their families.

Singh survives with his wife Neha Devi Bhagat and his mother Kamlesh Kumari.

Army commander-in-chief Bipin Rawat visited Srinagar on Wednesday to take stock of the security situation in Kashmir.

General Rawat gave sufficient guidance to senior leaders to combat terrorism with firm resolve.

Congress reaches out to Nitish Kumar as questions linger over Bihar grand alliance

Congress reaches out to Nitish Kumar as questions linger over Bihar grand alliance

Congress reaches out to Nitish Kumar as questions linger over Bihar grand alliance

At a time when questions are being asked about the longevity of the “great alliance” in Bihar, Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Vice President Rahul Gandhi have advanced rapidly in the past two days to join the prime minister of Bihar, Nitish Kumar. This is despite criticism of Nitish Kumar by top congressional leaders.

Congressman Kumar by telephone Wednesday morning and thanked him for Janata Dal (states) or JD (U) support for the common opposition candidate to the vice presidential election. Kumar heads the JD (T).

According to JD (T) sources, Rahul Gandhi also phoned Bihar CM Tuesday night after the meeting of the 18 opposition parties have decided to appeal to former diplomat Gopalkrishna Gandhi as a candidate for vice president.

Congress vice president also proposed Kumar to comply. Kumar will be in New Delhi on July 22 and 23 to attend the national executive meeting of his party and is likely to meet with opposition leaders including Rahul Gandhi.

In New Delhi, Congress and JD (T) leaders also tried to rule out speculation that the JD (U) and Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) alliance in Bihar was on the verge after Kumar and his party have asked Son of chief Lalu Prasad RJD MP and Bihar CM Tejaswi Yadav, to protect himself from corruption charges against him and expose his case to the public.

Tejaswi Yadav calls the corruption case against him “Farzi (false)” and shouted “political revenge”.

The JD (T), however, is not satisfied with the response and said “expected more” RJD Scion young.

“I did not even have a mustache in 2004. How can a child of 13 to 14 do all this?” The CBI FIR is the Farzi (false) and part of political revenge BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party ) President Amit Shah and Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a conspiracy against me and family members for political reasons, “Tejaswi told reporters after leaving a cabinet meeting.

The young RJD leader also highlighted his achievements as a minister in the state and has insisted that he still practices a policy of “zero tolerance for corruption.” Yadav has responsibility for road construction, building construction and well-being delayed and extremely late castes in the Nitish cabinet.

“No one can join hands in my mandate as a minister in [the state]. During my tenure, the maximum number of roads was built.

I have done nothing wrong to provide accountability. From the first day I took office, I joined zero tolerance for corruption. Because of my work for the weakest and most disadvantaged sections of society, I am focused, “said the deputy CM.

He also added that the great alliance will remain intact in Bihar. “They (BJP) are trying to break, but they do not succeed.” Mahagathbandhan remain intact, “he added.

However, its leader Nitish Kumar was not surprised when the young boss’s explanations. His party, the JD (T) has made it clear that he expects “more”.

“At most, it was a political response,” said party spokesman, Neeraj Kumar, a standard business. “The CBI filed a personal FIR from him. We therefore hope he has a timely response.”

“We want to respect the dharma of the coalition to the last breath. We do not compromise throughout our policy of zero tolerance for corruption.” Woh nahi Bhasha, bhaw by Dhayan de (meaning must be understood, we do not just read lines) Top leader JD (U).

The CM had also given a cold Tejaswi deal during the cabinet meeting, which lasted about half an hour. It was the first time Tejaswi met Nitish Kumar after CBI raid on his Patna house on Friday.

Army gets special power to buy weapons for short 'intense wars'

Army gets special power to buy weapons for short ‘intense wars’

Army gets special power to buy weapons for short ‘intense wars’

The Indian Army has begun shopping to fill critical policy gaps and strengthen its ability to fight a “short and intense war,” 15 to 20 days amid a prolonged spreading with China, regular ceasefire violations – Fire By Pakistan and terrorist infiltration.

The Center has given emergency powers to the army’s deputy chief to buy ammunition and weapons without any necessary sanctions that could cause delays, according to sources.

The movement must make autonomous army and reduce bureaucratic delays that may be an obstacle to improving critical military firepower in a short war.

With new financial powers given, 46 types of ammunition for tanks and artillery pieces, spare parts for 10 types of weapons, weapons and mines can be bought, which can cost around 40 billion rupees rs.

“The government has decided that the competition corresponds with the Army to purchase critical equipment whenever it feels the need,” said the official.

The decision was taken last week, while military stagnation continued with China on the Sikkim border, near the triple union between India and Bhutan-China and Indian troops fighting regular bombings and border Pakistan.

It happened after the Indian army has opposed China’s road construction in the Dokalam Bhutan region, a disputed zone between China and Bhutan.

The region is of great strategic importance to India as it could bring the Siliguri Chinese corridor connecting the Northeast.

After the Uri terrorist attack in September last year, 18 soldiers were killed, an internal army review said there were gaps in critical operations.

Following the conclusions of the army in October that sets the limits of maintaining a short and intense war, the deputy chief received temporary powers for a period of three months to 31 December 2016.

“The need to increase the period was felt and extended for another three months until March 31, 2017,” a source said.

Sources said that during this period, purchases worth 12,000 CRS have been made. It was 19 contracts, 11 ammunitions.

Shortly after Uri’s attack, the Indian army launched surgical attacks through the Control Line (LOC) claiming to have destroyed terrorist buffers backed by the Pakistani army to facilitate infiltration into India.

Shortly after surgical operations, the number of ceasefire violations by Pakistan spiraled. In 2016, the number stood at 225,150 in 2015 and 153 in 2014.

Since then, there have been three cases of beheading of Indian soldiers by action teams bordered by Pakistan – a combination of Pakistani army inhabitants and terrorists who carry out raids by attacking Indian soldiers.

DSP Ayub Pandith lynching: Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist who insitgated mob killed in encounter

DSP AYUB PANDITH LYNCHING: HIZBUL MUJAHIDEEN TERRORIST WHO INSITGATED MOB KILLED IN ENCOUNTER

DSP Ayub Pandith lynching: Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist who insitgated mob killed in encounter

Srinagar Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Sajid Ahmad Gilkar, who played a key role in fomenting mob lynching DSP Ayub Pandith, was shot dead by security forces in Budgam district on Tuesday night.

A mob lynched the police officer in Srinagar last month, which provoked outrage and forced the chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Mufti Mehmooba, to duplicate the crime of “homicide of trust.”

DSP Pandith was stripped and sentenced to death by a mob outside the historic Jamia Masjid in the Nowhatta area in the center of Srinagar June 22

A police spokesman confirmed that Gilkar played a major role in the lynching DSP pandit.

Giving details of the militant Hizbul, the official said, Gilkar was involved in grenade attacks against the CRPF in Nowhatta April 22 from the Khanyar police party on April 30 and the June 21 field of SafaKadal CRPF

Security forces killed three militants – Gilkar and his associates Aaqib Gul and Javaid Ahmad Shiekh – in the Budgam district of J & K.

The operation, carried out jointly by the police, the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and the army, was disrupted after it had fallen overnight. The exchange of shots resumed Wednesday morning.

Activists came out of their hiding place pull indiscriminately in order to escape. The security forces returned the fire and killed the three….

Saudi to impose family tax: What it means to 41 lakh Indians & their family

Saudi to impose family tax: What it means to 41 lakh Indians & their family

Saudi Arabia has always been a popular destination for job seekers. However, starting next month, things will change for the worse for expatriates. Starting in July, Saudi Arabia will collect a new tax on expatriates and their dependents. The “dependent tax” will be 100 riyaux Arabia (around Rs 1723 on Wednesday) per month for each dependent. The amount will gradually increase each year until 2020.

According to TOI, several Indian workers in Saudi Arabia are planning to send to their post in India as they are likely to prove a heavy financial burden for them.

Indians make up the largest group of expatriates in Saudi Arabia and, therefore, will be the most affected. According to the report, 41 lakh Indians are working in the Kingdom.

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The expatriation tax is seen as strengthening kingdom revenues to low oil prices. However, according to Gulf News, “reforms such as the rate of foreign workers can help increase government revenues, but may increase the cost of doing business in the Kingdom.”

Companies in Saudi Arabia currently spend 200 Saudi riyals a month to cover the rate for each non-Saudi employee. This applies to organizations where foreigners outnumber local workers.

Migrant rights activist Bheem Reddy Mandha said several people had already returned to their families for the past four months. “The men have become unmarried,” he told TOI.

According to iExpats.com, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) urges Gulf states to introduce more taxes to soften the impact of lower incomes as the price of oil decreases, leaving a black hole in budgets.

“Saudi Arabia has one of the most liberal Labor policies in the world, with very few restrictions on the importation of foreign labor to work in the kingdom,” the government said.

“At present, no Saudi citizens or foreign workers pay income taxes, and this policy will remain in place.”

Why is the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia so popular for job seekers in India?

The kingdom is home to the largest Indian passport holders out of India with about 41 Indian lakhs working there and over 400 Indian companies. This is attractive because, so far, Saudi Arabia does not demand any income tax.

Saudi law provides full protection to all foreigners, including a unified employment contract and provisions prohibiting the employment of people in different jobs in the profession outlined in the contract, said Saudi Arabia’s Al Sati ambassador.

In statements to TOI, he said, the rules prevent workers from working more than five hours at a stretch. Whenever Saudi authorities receive valid information, detailed investigations are ongoing and offenders are facing action.

Uber founder Travis Kalanick resigns as CEO

Uber founder Travis Kalanick resigns as CEO

Travis Kalanick resigned on Tuesday as CEO of Uber, the driving service helped found in 2009 and has built a colossal transport, after a revolt of shareholders has made the unbearable to remain in the company.
The exit Kalanick was under pressure after the hours’ drama involving investors Uber, according to two people familiar with the situation, who asked for anonymity because the details are confidential.
Hours earlier, the big five Uber investor demanded that the CEO resign immediately. Investors have included one of the largest shareholders of Uber, the benchmark venture capital company, which has one of its partners, Bill Gurley at Uber’s board. Investors urged Kalanick to resign in a letter to the CEO while he was in Chicago, people familiar with the situation said.
In the letter, entitled “Uber Forward” and obtained by The New York Times, investors have written Kalanick that he had to leave immediately and that the company will need a change of leadership. Kalanick, 40, consulted at least one member of the board of Uber, and after long discussions with certain investors, agreed to resign. He will remain on the Uber board.
“I love Uber almost everyone and at this difficult time in my personal life, I have accepted the request from investors who put me aside so that Uber can return to the building instead of distracting himself with another fight,” Mr. Kalanick said it’s a statement.
The Uber Council said in a statement that Kalanick “had always placed Uber first” and that his departure as CEO would give the company “the opportunity to fully embrace this new chapter of Uber history.” A Uber spokesman declined to comment further.
The months of limiting the movement of questions about Uber’s direction, which has become an excellent example of the initiator crop of Silicon Valley. The company has been exposed this year to have a working culture that suffers from sexual harassment and discrimination and pushed the envelope for the care of law enforcement and even partners. The tone was set by Kalanick, who has aggressively transformed the company into the worldwide dominant service and pushed the transportation industry around the world.
Kalanick problems started earlier this year after a former Uber engineer explained what he said was sexual harassment in the company, opening accountants for complaints and encouraging internal investigations. In addition, Uber has created an intellectual property trial Waymo, a self-drive rental company operating under Google’s parent company, and a federal investigation of a software tool that Uber has used to circumvent certain enforcement measures. Law.
Uber tried to overcome his difficult story, which developed inextricably linked to Kalanick. In the last month, Uber has laid off more than 20 employees after an investigation into the company’s culture, major changes have been made to professionalize their workplace and in search of new leaders, including the chief of operations.
Kalanick last week said he would take an indefinite leave from Uber, partly to work on himself and to mourn his mother, who died last month in a surfing accident. He said responsibility for the daily management of Uber to a committee of more than 10 leaders.

Palestinians hold local elections in West Bank but not Gaza

Palestinians hold local elections in West Bank but not Gaza

Palestinians held municipal elections on Saturday in the occupied West Bank, a first democratic exercise in years, but one that has also raised tensions between the rival Fatah and Hamas movements.Les Palestiniens ont tenu des élections municipales samedi dans la Cisjordanie occupée, un premier exercice démocratique en années, mais qui a également soulevé des tensions entre les mouvements rivaux du Fatah et du Hamas.Los palestinos celebraron elecciones municipales el sábado en la Cisjordania ocupada, un primer ejercicio democrático en años, pero que también ha levantado tensiones entre los movimientos rivales de Fatah y Hamas.Los palestinos sufrieron las elecciones municipales en la Cisjordania ocupada, Démocratique en années, mais qui aussi soulevé des tensions entre les mouvements rivaux du Fatah et du Hamas.

Sin embargo, en el caso de Hamas islamiste, los palestinos no son partidarios de la guerra.Palestinians held municipal elections on Saturday in the occupied West Bank, a first democratic exercise in years, but one that has also raised tensions between the rival Fatah and Hamas movements.Les Palestiniens ont tenu des élections municipales samedi dans la Cisjordanie occupée, un premier exercice démocratique en années, mais qui a également soulevé des tensions entre les mouvements rivaux du Fatah et du Hamas.Los palestinos celebraron elecciones municipales el sábado en la Cisjordania ocupada, un primer ejercicio democrático en años, pero que también ha levantado tensiones entre los movimientos rivales de Fatah y Hamas.Los palestinos sufrieron las elecciones municipales en la Cisjordania ocupada, Démocratique en années, mais qui aussi soulevé des tensions entre les mouvements rivaux du Fatah et du Hamas.

Sin embargo, en el caso de Hamas islamiste, los palestinos no son partidarios de la guerra.

Soulignant le schisme politique, environ 800 000 palestinos votan por los representantes en 145 consejos locales en Cisjordania, pero no en la banda de Gaza.

Desmemoria de las controversias políticas y jurídicas sobre las elecciones de samedi. L’Autorité palestinienne d’Abbas, qui gouverne en Cisjordanie, et le Hamas, qui gère Gaza, se reprocha de ne pas se tenir dans la petite enclave côtière.

Sin las elecciones legislativas o presidenciales, la votación municipal es vista como una prueba de popularidad para el presidente respaldado por Occidente, Mahmoud Abbas, y su partido Fatah, atrapados en una profunda ruptura con el islamista Hamas.

Al subrayar el cisma político, se esperaba que unos 800.000 palestinos votaran por representantes en 145 consejos locales en Cisjordania, pero no en la Franja de Gaza.

Meses de disputas políticas y legales precedieron a las elecciones del sábado. La Autoridad Palestina de Abbas, que gobierna en Cisjordania, y Hamas, que dirige Gaza, se culparon mutuamente de que el voto no se celebrara en el pequeño enclave costero.

Sans élections législatives ni présidentielles, le scrutin municipal est considéré comme un test de popularité pour le président de l’Ouest soutenu Mahmoud Abbas et son parti Fatah, pris dans une faille profonde avec le Hamas islamiste.

Soulignant le schisme politique, environ 800 000 Palestiniens devraient voter pour des représentants dans 145 conseils locaux en Cisjordanie, mais pas dans la bande de Gaza.

Des mois de débats politiques et juridiques ont précédé les élections de samedi. L’Autorité palestinienne d’Abbas, qui gouverne en Cisjordanie, et le Hamas, qui gère Gaza, se reprochèrent de ne pas se tenir dans la petite enclave côtière.

With no legislative or presidential elections in sight, the municipal ballot is seen as a popularity test for Western-backed President Mahmoud Abbas and his Fatah party, caught in a deep rift with Islamist Hamas.

Underlining the political schism, about 800,000 Palestinians were expected to vote for representatives in 145 local councils in the West Bank, but not in the Gaza Strip.

Months of political and legal wrangling preceded Saturday’s elections. Abbas’s Palestinian Authority, which governs in the West Bank, and Hamas, which runs Gaza, blamed each other for the vote not being held in the small coastal enclave.

Soulignant le schisme politique, environ 800 000 palestinos votan por los representantes en 145 consejos locales en Cisjordania, pero no en la banda de Gaza.

Desmemoria de las controversias políticas y jurídicas sobre las elecciones de samedi. L’Autorité palestinienne d’Abbas, qui gouverne en Cisjordanie, et le Hamas, qui gère Gaza, se reprocha de ne pas se tenir dans la petite enclave côtière.

Sin las elecciones legislativas o presidenciales, la votación municipal es vista como una prueba de popularidad para el presidente respaldado por Occidente, Mahmoud Abbas, y su partido Fatah, atrapados en una profunda ruptura con el islamista Hamas.

Al subrayar el cisma político, se esperaba que unos 800.000 palestinos votaran por representantes en 145 consejos locales en Cisjordania, pero no en la Franja de Gaza.