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Modi Govt will give Awards on Digital Transaction to People to Grow Cashless Economy

NEW DELHI: The National Institute for Transforming India(NITI) Aayog, the administration’s policy think-tank, on Thursday declared a lottery with every day, week after week and uber grants for shoppers and vendors, to urge a move to digital payments. The honors will be offered through two plans – the Lucky Grahak Yojna for shoppers, and the Digi-dhan Vyapar Yojna for shippers at an expected cost of Rs 340 crore, NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant said. Both the plans will cover little exchanges between Rs 50 and Rs 3,000 to energize each…

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3 Jawan Killed In Assam

Three jawans of the Army were killed and three others injured in a ensnare did by a joint gathering of ULFA and NSCN(K) terrorist close to the oil town of Digboi in Tinsukia region in eastern Assam early Saturday morning. The jawans had a place with the 15 Kumaon Regiment. This is first real assault by ULFA aggressors since the BJP-led government assumed responsibility in Assam in May. “The incident took at around 5:30 AM on Saturday as a Maruti Gypsy and a truck of the 15 Kumaon Regiment was…

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Real misuse of power by govt or Real politics over death of ex-serviceman

NEW DELHI: An ex-serviceman’s affirmed suicide over the non-execution of the One Rank One Pension (OROP) plot set off a political line today, with Rahul Gandhi and Delhi deputy chief president Manish Sisodia being detained when they raced to doctor’s facility in Delhi to meet the kin of the serviceman. At that point, police confined even the previous jawan’s family. Rahul Gandhi was detained close the entryways of the Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital here when he went to meet the full family of the casualty Ram Kishan Grewal. He was…

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Get Hired on WhatsApp

A few students of Xavier Institute of Communications, Mumbai, gets surprise when their future employer created a WhatsApp group and named it ‘The Internship’ to take their interviews. A Gurgaon-based creative director was interviewing them thought WhatsApp group would be more creative in the ease of their own environments. It will also cut the time, energy and cost spent on travelling. His strategy worked and the advertising agency hired all six as interns. These days interfaces like Skype, Google Hangouts, LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook are increasingly used during campus recruitments,…

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