September 2018

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Whatsapp is the expansion of radio campaign in these 10 states

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Making quick campaign against Fake News, WhitsApe announced Wednesday that it will expand its radio campaign area to 10 more Indian states. These states include Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal. The Facebook company has faced severe criticism from the government regarding the prevention of false news from its platform. Increasing fak news has increased the incidence of mob violence in the country.

Whatsapp started its first phase of Radio Campaign from August 7 on August 29. The campaign was told that the users were asked to verify the news of the news before sharing any information they received and before sharing them. The campaign started in the first phase of the states which include Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.

In the WhitesAp statement, the second phase of the campaign started on September 5. Under which radio commercials are being broadcasted through 83 radio stations of All India Radio. These states include Assam, Tripura, West Bengal, Gujarat, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, Odisha and Tamil Nadu.

This campaign will be run in 8 regional languages ​​Assamese, Bangla, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Telugu, Oriya and Tamil. The campaign will last for 15 days. The statement said that the campaign has been prepared in an easily understood format. By which the users can catch the wrong instruction. The campaign will also tell about the Challenge of Fake News.

Keeping in mind the general elections held next year, the government has taken a firm stand against social platforms like Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp. This can prevent the promotion of false notifications.


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The Gujarat High Court has rejected the application of traders for not breaking the Khetla Ada Chowk and surrounding shops in front of Karnavati Club in Ahmedabad. The High Court has refused to interfere in municipal operations. The municipal corporation and the government had been introduced that due to the Khetla Dua Chowk, there was a problem of dirt, traffic and parking in the surrounding area.

The municipality proceedings against them in spite of being privately owned
The problem of dirt, traffic and parking is created.
The High Court rejected the petition of traders to demolish shops

The High Court refused to interfere in municipal operations
Trades are also being done in illegal private property.

 On the other hand, merchants introduced that they are small business owners and run their own businesses by doing raw constructions in private premises.

This does not cause any nuances. Despite being privately owned, the municipality is taking action against them. However, the High Court did not accept the merchant's application.

JET airways facing financial problems

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Jet Airways, a private airline that faces financial problems, has delayed payment of wages and salaries of engineers for the second month in a row. And because of this, the pilot has warned the company's management of the lack of cooperation on the subject of salary payments.

The company is going through a loss in the last two quarters. The national airline of the United Arab Emirates, Etihad, has a 24% stake in the company.

Jet Airways has lost Rs. 1,036 million rupees in the first quarter of this fiscal year, which has increased to 1300 million rupees in the June quarter.

The Jet pilot wrote a letter to the company management earlier this week and said it is a serious matter to stop wages without notice and if any response comes up, management will be fully responsible for it.

Good News for Farmers of Gujarat

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Waiting for water for irrigation is the news of relief for farmers. The state government has announced to release water for irrigation from Narmada. It has been decided to leave only at midnight on the Fatevadi and Khariqat canals. Earlier this year, 7,000 cusecs of water was released .The benefits of this water will be available to farmers of Central Gujarat and North Gujarat for irrigation. This is the biggest news for the farmers of Gujarat among the water scarcity.

State government's agrarian decision to bring water to Narmada for irrigation
The government took the decision after the rain fell and the water in the Narmada
The government announced the announcement after the Cabinet meeting
To save the standing crop of paddy in the district of Ahmedabad, we will release water from Narmada in the Phatwadi and Khariqat canal.

Narmada water should be irrigated for irrigation right now due to inadequate rainfall in some areas in the state. North Gujarat and Central Gujarat currently have the maximum rainfall deficit. Irrigation water is necessary when there is no rain. Farmers of Gujarat farmers are getting dry in the water due to water in Narmada dam. The government has taken a big decision on the basis of which. Apart from some areas of Saurashtra, which are located in the command area of ​​Narmada canals of Central Gujarat, North Gujarat and Saurashtra, Narmada water will be released for the purpose of irrigation in Fatevadi and Kharikat canals in Ahmedabad district.

The government has taken a big decision from the government for the Cabinet meeting. Narmada water will prove to be very important for rescue of standing crops of rice and Kharakat canal in the standing crop of paddy. Currently there is insufficient rainfall in many areas of North Gujarat. Under the Sujalam Sufalam scheme, the construction of several ponds of Narmada water by pipeline has been started. Even in the coming days, where the need arises, irrigation water will be provided in the adjacent areas by filling the ponds with water from the Narmada through pipeline. We have taken a big decision from the government for our farmers. This decision will prove to be very important for the kharif season.