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No interviews for Class-III, IV govt jobs from Friday: PM Modi

The ministries have been asked to send a consolidated report to the DoPT by January 7 in this regard. “Report so to be furnished with the approval of the minister or minister in-charge shall include the details of the name and number of posts where the interview is discontinued and posts for which the exemption has been sought within the purview of the administrative ministries or departments,” the order said.

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Come January 1, eatables in Parliament canteen to get costlier

The rate hike will apply to all MPs, officials of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, media persons, security personnel as well as visitors, the statement said. Subsidy outgo on Parliament canteen is Rs 4 crore annually. On an average 8 per cent of food is consumed by MPS, 9 per cent by media, while staff and security personnel consume 50 per cent. Visitors and official meetings account for the remaining.

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BJP loses 7 out of 10 urban bodies to the Congress in Chattisgarh

In nagar panchayats, Congress’ Foharabai Meri won from Maro, Mausam Jaya from Konta and Kameshwar Gautam from Bhopalpatanam. BJP won from only three nagar panchayats of Bhairmgarh (Bijapur district), Narharpur (Kanker) and Premnagar (Surajpur) with Dasrath Sarbuliya, Bhopesh Netam and Dularbai Shandilya defeating their rivals on these seats, respectively. The party has won 88 out of 121 wards in ten urban bodies (as counting of votes is underway in Bhilai), followed by the Congress (62) and independents (21). The victory came as a relief for the Congress which lost the Mayoral post to the BJP in Birgaon municipal corporation poll held last month.

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Growing intolerance: ‘Orchestrated, vicious’ campaign by opponents to target NDA, claims BJP

“This is not good for the country,” the urban development minister said at a cultural event here in an apparent reference to the protest by authors, filmmakers and intellectuals over what they have charged is “growing intolerance” in the country.

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Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu on Sunday alleged there was a “systematic, orchestrated and vicious” campaign by opponents to target the BJP-led NDA even as he stressed that while fringe elements should be segregated, not everybody should be painted with the same brush.”This is a systematic, orchestrated, vicious campaign across the country by our opponents for whatever reason. Some people are misled and some people are misleading them.”This is not good for the country,” the urban development minister said at a cultural event here in an apparent reference to the protest by authors, filmmakers and intellectuals over what they have charged is “growing intolerance” in the country.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”India is a huge country of 125 crore with different religions, languages, beliefs, sects, different ways of worshipping and different ways of speaking. If some incident is happening, which is condemnable, we should condemn it,” he said at the Rashtra Sanskriti Mahotsav, which began in Delhi on Sunday.He added at the same time that “we should all condemn them, but we should never try to defame India (and) whoever is doing it, is doing a great disservice.”At the event which was attended by Culture Minister Mahesh Sharma and Governor of Nagaland and Assam, PB Acharya, Naidu said that incidents of the sort which have sparked the intellectuals’ protest had occurred earlier as well and added that, “at that time they were condemnable and they are condemnable now also”.However, it would be wrong to generalise anything, he said.”I don’t want to criticise anybody nor do I want to say anything, but I will only say that whoever is indulging in (such incidents), they are fringe elements. They are bringing bad name not only to themselves but to others as well.”They should be segregated, they should be isolated and they should be condemned,” he said, adding that, “at the same time, we should all feel proud of our rich culture, the Indian history”.Saying that incidents that threaten to disturb the peace should not be linked, he further opined that “these should be linked with the (person) who has done it. Action is to be taken against that person, and only that person is to be condemned. We have to keep that in mind.” Naidu further added, “Terror has no religion and a separatist is a separatist, they are the enemies of the people, this is to be understood. We should not attach them to any particular religion.”

Election Commissioner to celebrate voters’ power through ‘Matdata Mahotsav’ in Delhi

To celebrate the power of voters’, Chief Election Commissioner HS Brahma will inaugurate the ‘Matdata Mahotsav’ at the Dilli Haat in South Delhi on Tuesday.

To celebrate the power of voters’, Chief Election Commissioner HS Brahma will inaugurate the ‘Matdata Mahotsav’ at the Dilli Haat in South Delhi on Tuesday.The event will showcase India as a vibrant and performing democracy. The event will include a photo exhibition, capturing some special moments from the beginning of general elections to the 16th Lok Sabha.Queries on registration and voting will be answered and the electoral process explained at a model of a polling station and facilitation centre.The Matdata Mahotsav comes ahead of the fifth National Voters’ Day, which will be observed on January 25.

Money for uplift of poor being spent on ‘Saifai Mahotsav’: Mayawati

Charging the Akhilesh Yadav government of “insensitivity”, BSP supremo Mayawati on Saturday said crores of rupees were being diverted for “Saifai Mahotsav” even as several lives were lost due to cold in Uttar Pradesh.”On one hand several people have lost their lives due to cold and on the other this government is spending crores of rupees of the poor and common people on the Saifai mela, displaying an insensitive attitude,” she told reporters.Saifai Mahotsav is an annual jamboree organised at SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav’s village. Making a fresh demand for imposition of President’s rule in the state, Mayawati said, “Giving even a single mark to the UP government out of 100 on the law and order situation will be betraying people of the state.”Mayawati claimed that anti-social elements were ruling and corruption was at its zenith in the state and added that legislators and ministers were allegedly not allowing honest civil and police officials to function properly.Referring to the recent gangrape of a minor by two policemen in Badaun district, she said, “Girls are not safe while venturing out for work even during day time.” Demanding dismissal of the Samajwadi Party government in the interest of the state and its people, she appealed to Governor Ram Naik through the media for imposition of President’s rule.On the protests by certain organisations against Aamir Khan starrer ‘PK’, Mayawati advised the chief minister, who recently declared it tax-free, that he should desist from taking any step that could fan communal passion.She asked the film makers and government departments associated with film to see to it that they do not project any such thing that could hurt religious sentiments. To a question as to whether she supported VHP’s demand to ban the movie, Mayawati said she does not see films and without viewing it she cannot say anything.

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