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Tuesday, 31 October 2017

Election related news for important information

Australia's Senate President Stephen Parry on Tuesday revealed that he could be a dual citizen, meaning he may join five other politicians including former Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce, in becoming ineligible for office.







Parry, who is part of the government, may have inherited UK citizenship through his father, reports the BBC.

Politicians with dual citizenship cannot be elected in Australia.

Parry said in a statement that he will resign from his position if his citizenship is confirmed by the British Home Office.

On October 27, the High Court of Australia ruled that the five politicians were wrongly elected because of the constitutional rule.

A replacement for Parry would be chosen through a recount of votes from last year's election.

If forced to resign, he would be the first member of either the major Liberal and Labor parties to be claimed by a saga that has captivated Australian politics since July.
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Today's all educational news date 01/11/2017

One of the world's leading hospitality management institutions Glion Institute of Higher Education on Tuesday announced appointment of Georgette Davey as Managing Director GIHE overseeing the Swiss and UK campuses.






Davey will be responsible for leading GIHE Switzerland and UK campuses, driving and delivering further innovative strategies related to academics, operations, and student experience.

With a prolific academic and seasoned hospitality management background, he has over 25 years' experience in the industry, including Hilton International and the Adams Group.

"I am excited to come back to Switzerland and be based at the historical site of Glion Institute of Higher Education. After four years in the UK building and developing the branch campus, I look forward to leading the global brand and bringing it to the next level. With the new academic changes currently taking place at Glion and a wealth of career opportunities on the horizon, Glion is best positioned to support and equip the future leaders of hospitality management," said Georgette Davey.
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Monday, 30 October 2017

Today's all elacation reletead news

Himachal Pradesh will go to the polls on November 9 and the election schedule for Gujarat is yet to be announced by the Election Commission.








While there is a possibility of Rahul Gandhi getting elevated in the second week of next month after the Himachal Pradesh elections, it could also stretch further with the election process taking place after the Gujarat polls.

Congress leaders expect that the party will give a good fight to the Bharatiya Janata Party in both the Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat assembly polls and a favourable result in both states or at least in Gujarat will considerably shore up the political capital of Rahul Gandhi.

The Congress has already completed the organisational election process in the states and the schedule for election of the Congress president has to be cleared by the CWC, the highest decision making body.

Party leaders have made it clear that Rahul Gandhi will be elevated as the new party chief at the culmination of the organisational elections.
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Today's all educational news date 31/10/2017

Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI) encouraged the wards of employees with ‘Educational Cash Incentive Awards’ at a glittering programme in its Bella Vista campus on Sunday.





ASCI's Chairman (emeritus), M Narasimham launched the programme. "I am very happy to know that this cash incentive scheme is coming in handy for children. The management and the Employees Union are in unison for the benefit of the future generation," he said.

ASCI chairman K Padmanabhaiah, said that education is the only tool that would make an enormous impact in the lives of the people. "Neither the money you possess, nor the caste you belong to matters. Education makes all the difference, especially girl education, is the key for country's progress," he said.

ASCI Director General RH Khwaja called upon employees to impart the best education for their wards as education is key for human development. ASCI chairman's better-half K Satyawathi and ASCI Registrar Kalyan K Roy joined them to hand over cash incentives. The Dean of Training Programmes (DoTP) Prof. Valli and the Dean of Research Studies Prof. Nirmalya Bagchi, were also present.

The secretary of Children's Educational Incentive Scheme, B Renuprakash said that 92 children from LKG to M Tech were given cash incentives.

A magic show by Ali enthralled children, parents and their guests, who later joined in community fe
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Sunday, 29 October 2017

This company is giving Unlimited Data and Calling for only Rs.181

After Airtel and Idea, Vodafone has introduced a new Unlimited Plan for its users in the collision of the Cheap Plan of Service Providers. This plan has been made available at Rs 181 and Rs 195. 
In Vodafone's Rs 181 plan, users will get unlimited 2G data. Apart from this, unlimited local and STD calling are also being provided on all the networks. This plan of Vodafone has been validated for 28 days. 
In Vodafone's 195 rupees plan, Consumers will get 1GB data per day for 2G, 3G and 4G networks. The validity of this plan will be 28 days. This plan offers 250 minutes daily and 1,000 minutes of call calling on all networks
Prior to this, Vodafone has offered a plan of Rs 399, in which the consumers are giving 90Gb 4G data and Unlimited Calling benefits for 6 months. Earlier, the company was offering 84GB of data and Unlimited Calling for 84 days in the Rs 399 plan. However, the new offer is not currently for all users. Right now it has been given to some users as their special offer. 

Similarly, Idea Cellular has also introduced a plan with a tariff of Rs. 198 under which the company is offering unlimited voice calls and 1GB 2G / 3G / 4G data with a validity of 28 days. It is to be noted that Idea Cellular and Vodafone are working on coming together.
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Today's all elacation reletead news

Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh elections are nearing and Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi is taking them very seriously atleast on social media. Rahul Gandhi is mixing humour and sarcasm in his tweets and getting a lot of attention and likes.










Though Rahul Gandhi has been able to improve his social media image but his fans are yet to see his improved real life image that doesn’t seem to be happening anytime soon. And that’s one of the reasons Congress has requested to conduct Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh assembly elections on Twitter.

Congress spokesman and mentor of Rahul Gandhi, Ajay Maken in a press conference on Tuesday revealed that Congress President Sonia Gandhi has written a letter to Election Commission requesting Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh assembly elections to be held on Twitter.

After Election Commission refuses to do so Congress accused Election Commission of being biased and also called Modi coward. CM Arvind Kejriwal has also supported Congress’ proposal and has said that conducting election on Twitter will also reduce the chances of EVM hacking.

BJP hasn’t yet responded on the issue but seeing the various trolls being fans of PM Modi, BJP will not have any objection to Congress’ request.
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Friday, 27 October 2017

Today's election related news

Faced with anti-incumbency and angry Patidars, the BJP is banking on its tallest leader with a pan-state appeal: Prime Minister Narendra Modi.




Every BJP banner or pamphlet features the PM prominently and Modi has travelled to his home state at least 10 times in the past one year — the last five visits in a little over a month.
Most of his visits are designed to pack in launch or inauguration of at least one big-ticket project— dedication of Sardar Sarovar Dam to the nation and foundation laying of Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train in September being the most prominent ones. On the sidelines, he inaugurates hospitals, dairies, housing projects, diamond processing units, sports complex and drinking water supply to housing societies.
At the same time, his visits are clubbed with national or international events like Indo-Japan annual summit (September 2017), Textile India Conclave (June-July 2017), annual general meeting of African Development Bank (May 2017) and National Conference for Women Sarpanchs (March 2017).
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Thursday, 26 October 2017

Elacation reletead gujarat government

New Delhi [India], October 25 (ANI): The Election Commission is set to announce the dates for Gujarat assembly elections today.





The Election Commission will announce the dates for the two-phase polls in a press conference at 1 p.m.

The election watchdog came under fire for not announcing the dates for Gujarat assembly polls, along with that of Himachal Pradesh.

The Opposition alleged that the poll body did not announce the date for Gujarat polls as it was pressurised by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to delay it.

The Election Commission had, however, rejected the Opposition's charge and asserted that no special preference was given to any political party.

"We have given equal opportunities to all political parties. We have not directed any party to hold or to not hold their rallies in the state. We are not meddling in their campaigns. Yesterday, the Prime Minister went to Gujarat. Today, Rahul Gandhi will go. We are not giving any special preference to any political party," Chief Election Commissioner Achal Kumar Joti had told ANI, in an exclusive interview. (ANI)
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Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Gujarat elections reletead news

Gujarat assembly elections will be held in two phases for 182 seats on December 9 and 14 and results will be announced on December 18. Hence, from today, the model code of conduct has come into force, which bans the use of government machinery or announcements that can influence voters.









Amid indications that the Gujarat poll dates would be out any day now, the BJP government in the state and centre had announced a series of sops for different sections of the society, including farmers, protesting accredited health workers and backward castes.

The Congress party has slammed BJP government for "jumlas" (fake promises). Business Standard has compiled a list of sops announced by the Gujarat government and Centre since the Election Commission (EC) declared the election dates for Himachal Pradesh and delayed announcement for Gujarat polls.

In the last 22 days, there have been many major welfare announcements from the BJP government - either at the Centre or the state.
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