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Wednesday, 15 December 2021

Dhansu Plan / JIO Launches Rs. 1/- JIO has launched a Rs 1 plan. Which has become the cheapest plan in the country. Find out what's special about it.

Dhansu Plan / JIO Launches Rs. 1/- JIO has launched a Rs 1 plan. Which has become the cheapest plan in the country. Find out what's special about it.



Jio launches banger plan

These facilities will be available for only Rs

Learn all about the plan

Reliance Jio has launched the cheapest plan ever. Listening to the price of the plan will blow your mind. The plan that Geo has launched. It costs only Rs. This cool plan is specially listed on My Jio App. If you look at the web, they will not see this plan. The value of this plan has been placed in packs inside the pack. Let us know about the benefits of JIO's 1 rupee plan ...


Jio's Rs 1 plan

This plan is great for those who just want to keep the SIM active. This plan does not include calling and SMS. This Rs 1 plan has a validity of 30 days. This plan offers only 100MB of data. Internet speed will drop to 60kbps after data is lost.


India's cheapest plan

Geo's 1 rupee plan has become the cheapest plan in the country. Apart from Geo, no telecom company is offering a Rs 1 plan.





  

 Jio's Rs 10 and Rs 20 plan

Jio also has plans of Rs 10 and Rs 20. The Rs 10 plan offers talk time of Rs 7.47 with unlimited validity. The Rs 20 plan offers talktime of Rs 14.95 with unlimited validity.



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What is the Rs 76,000 crore semiconductor production scheme sanctioned by the relief / auto government to the auto industry? Find out who will benefit

What is the Rs 76,000 crore semiconductor production scheme sanctioned by the relief / auto government to the auto industry? Find out who will benefit



The Modi government has approved a Rs 76,000 crore scheme for semiconductor production.

Approval of Rs 76,000 crore scheme for semiconductor production

2.3 lakh crore incentive under India Semiconductor Mission

Semiconductors are required for electronics items

Informing about the decisions taken at the Modi cabinet meeting, Union Minister Ashwini Vaishnav said the government would spend Rs 76,000 crore in six years on an ambitious plan to set up an entire ecosystem of semiconductor and display manufacturers. This decision will also fund start-ups. Union Minister Ashwini Vaishnav said an incentive of Rs 2.3 lakh crore would be provided under the India Semiconductor Mission.



Semiconductors are required for electronics items
Semiconductors are used in the manufacture of all types of electronic products. Other types of products including smartphones, laptops, cars will be of great help. Companies that make semiconductors will benefit greatly from the government's plan.

Who will benefit?
The use of semiconductors in the manufacture of all types of electronic products can benefit the auto industry, the electronics industry.


  

Incentives will be given in 3 ways
Union Minister Ashnivi Vaishnav said incentives could be given in three ways in the Rs 76,000 crore PLI scheme, of which 25 per cent incentive could be given on capital compound semiconductor wafer fabrication, assembling, testing, packaging and manufacturing unit costs.



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Good news for the government / farmers with the help of food donors: Modi government has extended this biggest scheme, decision of Union Cabinet

Good news for the government / farmers with the help of food donors: Modi government has extended this biggest scheme, decision of Union Cabinet



The Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana has been extended till 2025-26 in a meeting of the Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana extended till 2025-26

The government will have to spend an additional Rs 93,000 crore

22 lakh farmers will benefit from Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana

A major decision of the Union Cabinet in the interest of farmers

The Modi government has decided to extend the Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana, the largest scheme launched in 2015, to provide perennial irrigation water to farmers. The extension of the scheme by the Modi government will benefit an estimated 22 lakh farmers. This is a big decision of the Modi government for the farmers.

Giving information in a press conference after the cabinet meeting, Union Minister Anurag Thakur said that in today's meeting it has been decided to continue Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana from 2021-22 to 2025-26. Continuing this big scheme for farmers will cost an additional Rs 93,000 crore.

22 lakh farmers will benefit from Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana
After the cabinet meeting, Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat said that Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana would benefit 22 lakh farmers.

Who can avail the benefits of Pradhan Mantri Irrigation Scheme?
Farmers should have arable land to avail this scheme. Eligible beneficiaries of this scheme will be farmers from all sections of the country. The PM Krishi Sinchai Yojana will also benefit members of SHGs, trusts, co-operative societies, corporate companies, productive farmers' groups and members of other qualified organizations.








  

How to avail the benefits of Pradhan Mantri Irrigation Scheme

Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana requires Aadhar card, identity card, farmers' land papers, copy of land, bank account passbook, passport size photo, mobile number.



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BIG NEWS / Centre's big decision before elections, approval to link Water ID with Aadhaar

BIG NEWS / Centre's big decision before elections, approval to link Water ID with Aadhaar


The central government has approved electoral reforms. Under which there will be an option to link Water ID with 'Aadhaar'.

The government can make significant improvements in the electoral process

Permission to link Water ID to base

Learn more in detail

Based on the suggestions of the Election Commission, the government has decided to make significant changes to improve the electoral process. It has allowed water IDs to be linked to 'Aadhaar' on a voluntary basis. However, the Supreme Court is doing so on a voluntary basis, keeping in view the right to privacy judgment and the test of proportionality.

According to the Election Commission, the pilot projects run by them have been very positive and successful and will work to prevent recurrence in the election process. According to another proposal, first-time voters who have completed 18 years of age will be able to register four times a year, instead of once a year on January 1, now with four cutoff dates.

The government will introduce it in Parliament in the winter session


  


These amendments give the Election Commission every right to acquire a premises to manage elections. In fact, there was some controversy over the acquisition of the school etc. during the election. The government will introduce this important electoral reform in the current winter session of Parliament.


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Saturday, 11 December 2021

Why was the small pocket in jeans made? Most people don't know

Why was the small pocket in jeans made? Most people don't know



America introduced jeans to the world. From there it spread all over the world. The jeans that are considered a fashion statement today were in fact made for labor. The reason behind making jeans was that the workers' clothes did not get too dirty. Fabrics do not have to be washed frequently, so jeans were made. Everyone wears jeans these days. There is a small pocket inside his pocket. We use it to keep coins. But do you know why it was created?



A small space is made inside the pocket of the jeans. Usually we put coins in it. But these pockets are designed to be used differently. In fact, it is used to hold a small watch, not a coin. In fact the history of jeans is very old. Initially it was made for laborers but later it became a fashion statement. Small chain watches were in vogue in the 18th century. This space was made in the pocket to keep the same watch. The space was started by a company called Levi Strauss. This has now become Lewis.




  

This area to the right of the jeans is officially called the watch pocket. In the old days, cowboys kept chained clocks inside. But later, when the currency of this watch became scarce, people began to think that it was actually made to hold coins. Having a watch in this space makes it less likely to break. It was used by every laborer. Later people started liking this watch pocket so much that now it is also made on the right side.


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Yeh aaram ka mamla hai: Farmer's bed in Savarkundla's wadi area became the resting place of four Bal Singhs, see captivating pictures of Bal Singh.

Yeh aaram ka mamla hai: Farmer's bed in Savarkundla's wadi area became the resting place of four Bal Singhs, see captivating pictures of Bal Singh.



Savarkundla forester Yasin Juneja captures Bal Singh's pictures in camera


Antafera of lion family has become common in the residential area of ​​Dhari, Rajula, Savarkundla of Amreli district. Then came the captivating images of four cubs resting on beds in a wadi area in the Savarkundla range. The image was captured on camera by Forrester, who was on patrol in the Gir forest area.


Three cubs are seen resting on an open bed in a farmer's farm in the Savarkundla Range area of ​​Amreli district. The four cubs seem to be feeling cold and have resorted to bed to avoid it.



  

Forest department forester took pictures

Yasin Juneja, a forester from Savarkundla Range, took these pictures, which are never seen in his camera. The baby lion is usually not separated from its mother, but the lion is nowhere to be seen in the picture here. These photographs taken by Forrest are currently the center of attraction.



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MORBI: This farmer grows there a gooseberry bigger than coconut, people fall down

MORBI: This farmer grows there a gooseberry bigger than coconut, people fall down



Gooseberries larger than coconut are being cultivated in the district. There is no need to go to the outpost to deal with this as a farmer from Jabalpur village in Tankara taluka of Morbi district has been cultivating jumbo jamphal for the last nine years. These gooseberries weigh from 200 grams to more than one kilogram. So the guava fruit which looks like a coconut has become a center of attraction among the people. In addition, this guava fruit is also very sweet to eat.


Morbi: Gooseberries larger than coconut are being cultivated in the district. There is no need to go to the outpost to deal with this as a farmer from Jabalpur village in Tankara taluka of Morbi district has been cultivating jumbo jamphal for the last nine years. These gooseberries weigh from 200 grams to more than one kilogram. So the guava fruit which looks like a coconut has become a center of attraction among the people. In addition, this guava fruit is also very sweet to eat.


Fruit and greenery yields are higher during the winter season. So people are falling for the party and especially the demand for fruit is high. Even in this, people eat more sweet and sour fruits especially in cold weather. In Jabalpur village of Tankara taluka of Morbi district, a farmer is cultivating gooseberries larger than coconut. Naturally, this is not acceptable to anyone, but it is one hundred percent true. However, while talking to Maganbhai Kamaria, who cultivates gooseberry in Jabalpur village of Tankara, he said that he decided to cultivate gooseberry in Thailand and brought about 2000 seedlings of gooseberry from Raipur, Chhattisgarh and planted it in a field of 3 bighas. Revenue is also going up.


Most of the farmers in Morbi harvest crops including cotton, groundnut, wheat, millet every year and they always complain that they are not getting compensation for the amount of labor they put in. However, according to a farmer who earns a jumbo gooseberry from that bush by bringing about 3,000 seedlings of Thai gooseberry to date, it costs him a maximum of Rs. Against this, more than one lakh revenue is being generated till date.



  

It is said in Gujarati that "the fruit of patience is sweet". Instead of taking immediate crop for the first two years, the farmer had to cultivate the crop for two years. Due to the large size of this gooseberry seedling, this farmer is currently getting a crop of gooseberry weighing more than 200 grams on an average. Gooseberries have also been planted by Morbi farmers. In particular, this farmer from Jabalpur village in Morbi district in Rajkot, Jamnagar, Delhi and Mumbai is sending Thai fruit.



You may have seen and eaten the red, crunchy and white sweet and sour guavas that are available in the market now, but you will not only see jumbo guavas of one kilo, but also such guavas which are also very tasty in taste. It is being cultivated in Jabalpur village of Tankara in Morbi district. This gigantic gooseberry is said to be the gooseberry of Thailand and is supplied to different districts of Gujarat as well as other states.





  

Rather than being bothered by routine farming, if converted to farming like Prabhubhai Kamaria, not only will 100 per cent of the farmland benefit but the farmer's income will also increase tremendously. Ek bar chakho gay to yaad rakho gay.




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Thursday, 9 December 2021

BIG NEWS / Sanctions started in one city after another in India, Section 144 enforced due to Omicron.

BIG NEWS / Sanctions started in one city after another in India, Section 144 enforced due to Omicron.


Due to the new Omicron variant of the Corona virus, restrictions are now being gradually introduced in India.

Section 144 applied in Ghaziabad

Decision taken in one more city after Lucknow

The decision was made in view of the Omicron variant

Restrictions in one city after another
A new variant of the Corona virus, Omicron, has caused outcry around the world, and in India, where concerns are mounting, one city after another has been banned. After Lucknow yesterday, an order has been issued to impose Section 144 in Ghaziabad today.

Ordered until 27 January
Tantra in Ghaziabad has been ordered to implement Section 144 by January 27. No more than five people will be allowed to gather in any public place. For any type of planning, performance, the approval of the system has to be sought. And those who do not obey orders will be severely punished.

Section 144 was implemented in Lucknow only yesterday


  
 Apart from the central government, the states have also started exercising caution over the new variant of the Corona. The ban has been extended to the city following the decision to close schools in several states. The Uttar Pradesh government has also taken a big step in this direction, with Section 144 being implemented in the state capital Lucknow only yesterday. Strict adherence to the Kovid protocol, wearing a mask and a distance of 2 yards will be mandatory during Christmas December 31 and New Year parties in Lucknow. The curfew will remain in force in Lucknow till January 5, 2022 under Section 144 of the CRPC, police said in an order issued on Tuesday. Commissioner of Police d. That. Thakur said the Korona protocol implemented by the regime would have to be strictly adhered to. During this special vigilance will be maintained in and around Vidhan Bhavan within a radius of one kilometer.



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How much fact Drink 1 teaspoon of this milk, you will get rid of corona - a liter of milk is being sold for Rs.10000.00

How much fact Drink 1 teaspoon of this milk, you will get rid of corona - a liter of milk is being sold for Rs.10000.00




Donkey's milk is being sold in Hingoli city of Maharashtra. Milk sellers are claiming that drinking donkey's milk boosts the body's immunity and is very powerful. This proves to be very effective in the fight against the Corona epidemic. A large number of people are flocking to Hingoli to get donkey milk. Donkey's milk is being sold for 10 thousand rupees a liter.

Donkey's milk is being sold for 10 thousand rupees per liter

People who sell donkey milk claim that many diseases will be eliminated

This milk increases the patient's immunity to corona


Drink a teaspoon of milk and get rid of the disease

People are selling donkey's milk in the streets of Hingoli and hawkers are shouting loudly to drink a teaspoon of milk and get rid of all kinds of diseases. This is good milk. There are many benefits to drinking this milk. Children do not get pneumonia. In addition to this, donkey's milk works to increase the immunity of corona patients with diseases like fever, cough and phlegm. Milk sellers are making such claims.

Many diseases are eliminated

"We sell fresh milk," said Balaji Mesewade, who sells donkey's milk. Drinking this milk cures many diseases. We sell a teaspoon of milk for 100 rupees and a liter of milk for 10 thousand rupees. In addition, donkey's milk is rich in nutrients for both skin and body. If this milk is given daily after the birth of children, it is beneficial for longevity.





  
What does the doctor say?

Doctor VN Rodge says that donkey's milk is being sold for Rs 10,000 per liter. This is really wrong. Drinking donkey's milk will cure corona epidemic. This is not true. Medication should be taken on the advice of a doctor. One should not blindly trust anyone.


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BIG NEWS / Government's major decision on Omicron threat, ban on international flights till January 31.

BIG NEWS / Government's major decision on Omicron threat, ban on international flights till January 31.


The threat of a new variant of the Corona Omicron is growing in the country. In view of this, the ban on international commercial flights to and from India has been extended.

Decision regarding the danger of Omicron

Ban on international commercial flights until January 31

The ban will remain in effect until January 31, 2022

It was decided to resume these services of international commercial flights from December 15. However, the decision has been reversed in view of the threat posed by Omicron. Still, the ban will remain in effect until January 31, 2022.




  
Then, the Union Health Secretary also held an important meeting with the States and Union Territories today in view of Omicron. During this time the progress of vaccination was reviewed. He urged the states to maintain adequate buffer stock for the eight important drugs prescribed for the treatment of corona.

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