Monday, 29 February 2016

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English Anthem :- Day 6

English Anthem :- Day 6
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Welcome to the 6th episode of highest & most viewed article by tons of fervent readers. Thanking you from inner core of the heart for grand love and support to the article. Once again enjoy the same and brush up your English.
                        We have taken the responsibility to enhance English in all possible periphery, this article " English Anthem" is just started after the  great demand of kp readers. After reading this stuff you'll infer English is fun, if you learn like Philic's(diehard lover).
Let's start our anthem..
First of all we wish to focus some common mistakes of English grammar, learning slowly and incessantly you'll grab a lot.
📢 @ common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖
1. Sure of, not for.
✖️Don't say: I'm quite sure for her honesty.
✔️Say: I'm quite sure of her honesty.
Note: Also certain of: I am quite certain of it.
📢 @common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖
2. Surprised at or by, not for. 
✖️Don't say: Harold was surprised for the loud bang.
✔️Say: Harold was surprised at/by the loud bang.
Note: Also
💡astonished at/by
💡amazed at/by
💡alarmed at/by
💡puzzled at/by
💡shocked at/by
📢 @ common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖
3. Suspect of, not for.
✖️Don't say: I suspect Kate for stealing the pen.
✔️Say: I suspect Kate of stealing the pen.
Note: Also suspicious of: Dogs are suspicious of strangers.
📢 @ common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖
4. Take by, not from.
✖️Don't say: Robert took his brother from the hand.
✔️Say: Robert took his brother by the hand. 
Note: Also
💡hold by
💡catch by
💡seize by
💡snatch by
💡grasp by
📢 @ common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖
5. Tie to, not on.
✖️Don't say: The girl tied the string on the kite.
✔️Say: The girl tied the string to the kite.
Note: Also bind to: The prisoner was bound to the stake.


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Now clutch to another section that is difference between words.
The difference between
Unemployed & Out of work & Redundant & Jobless🤔🤔
☝️The all are used for a person who doesn't have any jobs.
✍Out of work is used for a person who Had a job before but at the moment doesn't have a job.
✍Unemployed/ Jobless are used for a person who didn't have a job before and now is the former situation.
✍Redundant is used for a person who have been out of work because the factory/company manager had decided to reduce some of working forces/staff.
1⃣ My father is out of work now and is looking for a job.
2⃣ 55% of single people are jobless/unemployed right now.
3⃣ That's cruel of my father's boss that made him redundant.
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Ohh yeah!!!
We are moving towards some Important vocab and grammatical rules,  swoting that you easily dive deep in the ocean of English....so why are waiting.Just glance.
🕸 word anthem of the Day 🕸
🔅 BESEECH:
💡Beseech –verb – ask for /request earnestly - हाथ जोड़ना
✒Synonym – call upon, plead
✒Antonym – command, refuse
💬E.g. The toddler decided to beseech his mother until she gave him a cookie.
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🕸 Paronym anthem of the Day 🕸
🔅Access : Approach
💬It is very difficult to have an access to the Prime minister.
🔅Accession: Coming to throne
💬The accession of the prince to the throne was welcomed by the people.
⚠Note:paronym means the most confusing word which appears close to the form but different in meaning.
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🕸 Idiom anthem of the Day 🕸
🔅To drive home
💡to say something very clearly and with a lot of force, often repeating it several times, so that you are sure that people understand it 
💬E.g: our teacher used several examples to drive home her message the importance of education in our life.
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🕸One word substitution anthem of the Day
🔅Creche👇
💡 a nursery where children are cared for while their parents are at work 
🔅Cosmopolitan👇
💡 a person who regards whole world as his country 
🔅Chauffeur 👇
💡one, who is employed to drive a motor car 
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🕸Grammar Rule anthem of the Day🕸
🔅Rule VII of verb* :
💡The inverted form of the verb is used in the following adverb.
🔑When the sentence is introduced by adverb.
🔑when the verb is meant to express wish or prayer.
💬 for example:
✒So quickly did she finish her work that we were surprised (correct)
✒May you succeed in life(correct)
✒Hardly /scarcely had I reached the airport when the plane arrived.(correct)
✒No sooner did she arrive than she started laughing. (Correct)
          
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Accelerating the gear, move to very funny as well interesting topic,  how to conversate with other in impressive way.So continue....
Daily Conversations: anthem
🔴 Daily Conversations:
♦️20. Unpleasant Conversations (Part 5 of 5)
🔸20.20 When you want to sound sarcastic about what a person has done
🔹Are you happy now?
🔹Are you satisfied?
🔹Aren't you proud of yourself?
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🔸20.21 When you try to avoid an unpleasant conversation
🔹Do we have to go through all that again?
🔹Let's not go through all that again.
🔹Please!
🔹Here we go again.
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🔸20.22 When a person is being aggressive
🔹Are you trying to start something?
🔹Just exactly what are you getting at?
🔹Just what exactly are you trying to say?
🔹Were you talking to me?
🔹Have you got a problem?
🔹What do you mean by that?
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🔸20.23 When you are angry with an aggressive person
🔹Get out of my face!
🔹Get off my back!
🔹Get off my tail!
🔹Get off my a**!  (Vulgar)
🔹I'm fed up with you!
🔹Screw you!  (Vulgar)
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🔸20.24 When you don't believe that a person who is threatening you has serious intentions
🔹Do you mean to say something?
🔹You can't mean that!
🔹You wouldn't do that!  (used with "wouldn't" or "couldn't".)
🔹You wouldn't dare!
🔹You and what army?
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🔸20.25 When you want a person to stay out of your affairs
🔹Mind your own business.
🔹I'll thank you to mind your own business.
🔹It's none of your business.
🔹That's none of your affair.
🔹What's it to you?
🔹Don't tell me what to do.
🔹Keep your nose out of my business.
🔹Keep out of this.
🔹Stay out of this.
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🔸20.26 When you are scolding a person
🔹Shame on you!
🔹For shame!
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🔸20.27 When you are trying to stop a person from an illegal action
🔹You'll never get away with it.
🔹You'll go to jail.
🔹You'll end up in prison.
🔹I would not do that for love or money.
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🔸20.28 When you want a person to leave your property alone
🔹Look with your eyes, not your hands.
🔹Did I say you could touch that?
🔹If you break it, you pay for it.
🔹If you break it, you bought it.
🔹Excuse me, that's mine.
🔹Hands off!
     
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After studying you test yourself via this short quiz, we'll post answer key tonight.
English Quiz anthem
1.That which cannot be corrected
(a) Incorrigible
(b)Insuperable
(c)Incommunicable
(d)Intolerable
2. Mercy killing of patients who are incurably ill
(a) Circumspection
(b) Benignity
(c) Euthanasia
(d) Apoplexy
3. Something short lived
(a) Ephemeral
(b) Epicurean
(c) Interim
(d) Illusory
4. Forcefully enlisting private property for military use
(a) Occupation
(b) Commandeering
(c) Trespass
(d) Encroachment
5. A happening that cannot be altered
(a) Invincible
(b) Fate
(c) Fait-accompli
(d) Congruence
6.you have(a)/No/excuse(b)/to be late(c)/ No error(d)
7.The flowers smell sweetly(a)/and(b)/areof great value(c)/No error(d)
8.His all daughters(a)/are ugly so(b)/theycannot be married(c)/ No error(d)
9.Two men have(a)/been arrested(b)/by the police who are believed to be involved in the robbery(c)/No error(d)
10.The price(a)/of his car is(b)/higher than your car.(c)/No error(d)
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National Parks in India :- complete list

🕸 Topic of the Day 🕸
💡National Parks in India
Hailey National Park, now known asJim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand is the first and oldest national park. By 1970, India only had five national parks.  As of July 2015, there were 105 national parks 
Meghalaya:
Balphakram National Park Meghalaya
Nokrek National Park Meghalaya
Madhya Pradesh:
Bandhavgarh National Park Madhya Pradesh
Kanha National Park Madhya Pradesh
Madhav National Park Madhya Pradesh
Mandla Fossils National Park Madhya Pradesh
Van Vihar National Park Madhya Pradesh
Panna National Park Madhya Pradesh
Pench National Park Madhya Pradesh
Sanjay National Park Madhya Pradesh
Satpura National Park Madhya Pradesh
Karnataka:
Bandipur National Park Karnataka
Bannerghatta National Park Karnataka
Kudremukh National Park Karnataka
Nagarhole National Park Karnataka
Jharkhand:
Betla National Park Jharkhand
Hazaribagh National Park Jharkhand
Odisha:
Bhitarkanika National Park Odisha
Gujarat:
Blackbuck National Park Gujarat
Gir Forest National Park Gujarat
Marine Gulf of Kutch park Gujarat
Vansda National Park Gujarat
West Bengal:
Sundarbans National Park West Bengal
Buxa Tiger Reserve West Bengal
Gorumara National Park West Bengal
Jaldapara National Park West Bengal
Neora Valley National Park West Bengal
Singalila National Park West Bengal
Andaman and Nicobar Islands:
Campbell Bay National Park Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Galathea National Park Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Mahatma National Park Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Middle Button National Park Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Mount Harriet National Park Andaman and Nicobar Islands
North Button National Park Andaman and Nicobar Islands
South Button National Park Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Rani Jhansi National Park Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Saddle Peak National Park Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Maharashtra:
Chandoli National Park Maharashtra
Negaon National Park Maharashtra
Sanjay Gandhi National Park Maharashtra
Tadoba National Park Maharashtra
Gugamal National Park Maharashtra
Jammu and Kashmir:
Dachigam National Park Jammu and Kashmir
Hemis National Park Jammu and Kashmir
Kishtwar National Park Jammu and Kashmir
Salim Ali National Park Jammu and Kashmir
Rajasthan:
Darrah National Park Rajasthan
Desert National Park Rajasthan
Keoladeo National Park Rajasthan
Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary Rajasthan
Ranthambore National Park Rajasthan
Sariska Tiger Reserve Rajasthan
Assam:
Dibru-Saikhowa National Park Assam
Kaziranga National Park Assam
Manas National Park Assam
Orang National Park Assam
Nameri National Park Assam
Odisha:
Nandankanan Zoological Park Odisha
Simlipal National Park Odisha

Uttar Pradesh:
Dudhwa National Park Uttar Pradesh
Bihar:
Valmiki National Park Bihar
Kerala:
Eravikulam National Park Kerala
Mathikettan National Park Kerala
Periyar National Park Kerala
Silent Valley National Park Kerala
Uttarakhand:
Gangotri National Park Uttarakhand
Govind Wildlife Sanctuary Uttarakhand
Tamil Nadu:
Guindy National Park Tamil Nadu
Gulf of Mannar National Park Tamil Nadu
Indira Sanctuary Tamil Nadu
Mudumalai National Park Tamil Nadu
Mukurthi National Park Tamil Nadu
Palani Hills National Park Tamil Nadu
Punjab:
Harike Wetland Punjab
Haryana:
Kalesar National Park Haryana
Sultanpur National Park Haryana
Himachal Pradesh:
Great Himalayan National Park Himachal Pradesh
Pin Valley National Park Himachal Pradesh
Chhattisgarh:
Indravati National Park Chhattisgarh
Kanger Ghati National Park Chhattisgarh
Uttarakhand
Jim Corbett National Park Uttarakhand
Nanda Devi National Park Uttarakhand
Rajaji National Park Uttarakhand
Valley of Flowers National Park Uttarakhand
Telangana
Kasu Reddy National Park Telangana
Vanasthali National Park Telangana
Manipur
Keibul Lamjao National Park Manipur
Sirohi National Park Manipur
Sikkim
Khangchendzonga Park Sikkim

Arunachal Pradesh:
Mouling National Park Arunachal Pradesh
Namdapha National Park Arunachal Pradesh
Mizoram:
Murlen National Park Mizoram
Blue Mountain National Park Mizoram

Andhra Pradesh:
Papikonda National Park Andhra Pradesh
Sri Venkateswara Park Andhra Pradesh

Goa:
Mollem National Park Goa

Telangana:
Mrugavani National Park Telangana
Nagaland:
Ntangki National Park Nagaland

UNESCO World Heritage Site:
1. Kaziranga National Park– Indian rhinoceros
2. Great Himalayan National Park
3. Keoladeo National Park
4. Manas National Park
5. Nanda Devi National Park
6. Sundarbans National Park
7. Nokrek National Park–biosphere*
POLICY__
a. National forest policy -1952, 1988
b. Project tiger –1973
c. project elephant– 1992
d. project crocodile– 1975
e. project dolphine — 2008
RESERVES_
• Total number of BIOSPHERE reserves in india–18
• Total number of ELEPHANT reserves in india –29
• Total number of TIGER reserves in india –48
• total number of CROCODILE reserves in india –4
         ........Anand Singh🤓
🤗Tomorrow's Topic:  Famous wars of India(Exclusively for SSC/Railway exams)
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Union Budget 2016



Union Budget 2016:
Updates
In Jaitley's introductory speech as he presented the Union Budget, Jaitley focused on the difficulties and challenges faced by the country amid a global crisis. He said that the 🇮🇳 economy has held firm despite the global crisis.
🔰 Current Account Deficit declined to 14.4 billion US Dollars from 18.5 billion dollars
🔰 GDP growth has accelerated to 7.6%. CPI inflation has come down to 5.4%.
🔰 India's Forex reserves are at the highest level at $350 billion.
🔰 Union Budget to have 9⃣ pillars - agriculture sector, rural sector, social sector including healthcare, education & job creation, infrastructure, financial reforms, Ease of doing business, prudent government finances, tax reforms
🔰 Govt targets to cover 14 crore farm holdings by 2017, Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana to bring 5 lakh acres under organic farming.
🔰 Big outlay for irrigation - ₹86500 cr over next 5 years. 28.5 lakh hectares to be brought under irrigation.
🔰 Dedicated irrigation fund of ₹20,000 crore to be set up under NABARD
🔰 ₹15,000 cr for loan repayment for farmers. Rs 19,000 crore to be allocated for Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana
🔰 Rs 19,000 crore to be allocated for Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana.
🔰 A path-breaking farm insurance scheme PM fasal bima yojana alloted ₹5500 cr
🇮🇳Union Budget💰 2016 Updates
🔰 2.87 lakh cr stationed as grants to gram panchayats for development of rural economy
🔰 Deendayal Antyoday Mission for drought affected blocks.
🔰 ₹38500 crore for MNREGA in 2016-17, highest ever in a year.
🔰 5542 villages have been electrified already & Govt targets 100% Rural electrification by 1st May 2018. ₹8500 Cr allotted.
🔰 ₹9000 crore allocated for Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan
🔰 2.87 lakh cr stationed as grants to gram panchayats for development of rural economy
🔰 Deendayal Antyoday Mission for drought affected blocks.
🔰 ₹38500 crore for MNREGA in 2016-17, highest ever in a year.
🔰 5542 villages have been electrified already & Govt targets 100% Rural electrification by 1st May 2018. ₹8500 Cr allotted.
🔰 ₹9000 crore allocated for Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan
🇮🇳Union Budget💰 2016: Updates
🔰 Digital Literacy mission to be launched to cover 60 million rural Indians
🔰 300 urban clusters to be set up under Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission
🔰 Total Rural development spending in Budget2016 will be ₹87765 crore
🔰 ₹2000 crore for providing LPG connection to 1.5 crore BPL families in 2016-17
🇮🇳Union Budget💰 2016: Updates
🔰 National Dialysis Services program to be launched across district hospitals. They are to be funded in PPP model.
🔰 Health protection scheme to provide insurance up to ₹1 lakh per family. Additional ₹30000 for senior citizens. 3,000 stores to be opened for generic drugs.
🔰 Expansion of sarva shiksha abhiyaan. 20 institutions to be supported to become world-class research institutions ₹1000Cr allotted. 62 new navodaya vidyalayas to be set up. _ 
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🔰 ₹5000 cr Stand up India scheme approved for promotion of SC, ST and women entrepreneurs.
🔰 The govt will pay EPF contribution of 8.33% for all new employees for 1st three years for salary up to ₹15000 per month.
🔰 FM calls for small shops should be allowed to open 7 days a week. Model Shops and Establishments Bill to be circulated, for voluntary adoption by states.
🇮🇳Union Budget💰 2016: Infrastructure Sector
🔰 Govt to allocate ₹55000 cr for roads and highways. Total investment in Road Sector would be ₹97000 crore. A total of ₹2,18,000 cr allocation for roads and railways.
🔰 Around 70 languishing projects are 85% on track. Highest road building contracts given in 2015 - ₹55000 cr + ₹15cr NHAI bonds.
🔰 Govt to incentivise gas production, deep sea gas exploration
🔰 Govt to partner with state governments to revive some airports to increase regional connectivity. Govt drawing action plans for 160 airports and airstrips that can be developed at cost of ₹50-100 cr each.
🔰 Govt to amend Motor Vehicle Act to open up road passenger sector.
🔰 Total outlay for infrastructure is at ₹2.31 lakh crore.
🇮🇳Union Budget💰 2016: Financial Reforms
🔰 Reforms to FDI policy: insurance & pension, food processing and stock exchange. 100% FDI in the marketing of food products manufactured in India through FIPB route.
🔰 Central legislation to be introduced to deal with the menace of Ponzi schemes and finance related frauds.
🔰 Asset reconstruction companies regulations to be liberalised.
🔰 ₹25000 cr to recapitalise public sector banks. Banking Board Bureau and a road for consolidation of public sector banks will be spelled out in FY 2017.
🔰 Number of measures to be undertaken to deepen corporate bond market
🔰 Department of Disinvestment to be renamed as Department of Investment and Public Asset Management.
🔰 ATMs and micro ATMs to be rolled out in the rural areas through the post offices.
🔰 ₹1 lakh cr lent out so far under PM mudra yojana. A target of ₹1.8 lakh in 2016.
🔰 Disbursement of subsidies will be done through Aadhar.
💡 For the 1⃣st time, hard copies of Budget not distributed to journalists. FM going green🌏.
🇮🇳Union Budget💰 2016: Live Updates
🔰 Fiscal deficit targeted at 3.9% and 3.5% for the FY 16 and FY 17.
🔰 60,000 crore for water resources management.
🔰 Bill to amend the Companies Act to be introduced in the Budget Session. Aimed at easing norms for start-ups.
🔰 FY17 Plan Expenditure: ₹5.5 lakh cr, Non-Plan Expenditure -₹14.82 lakh Cr_ 
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🔰 FM to get rid of plan/non-plan classification to go away from 2017-18 😱
🔰 Debt recovery tribunals to be strengthened
🔰 Revenue deficit target to be 2.6% of Revenue expenditure
🇮🇳Union Budget💰 2016: Tax Reforms
🔰 Tax proposals to focus relief to small tax payers, measures to moving towards pension society, reducing litigation, simplification and rationalisation of taxation, use of technology. _ 
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🔰 Tax audit limit extended up to ₹2 crore.
🔰 House Rent Allowance relief raised from ₹24,000 to ₹60,000
🔰 Govt will assist startups through 100% deduction in profits for 3 out of 5 years.
🔰 Corporate tax: Phasing out of exemptions to continue.Corp tax rate for new manufacturing units at 25% + surcharge + cess, lowering of corporate income tax rate for companies with turnover less than ₹5cr to 29% + surcharge + cess
🔰 Customs & excise duty rates to undergo changes to improve competitiveness and boost Make In 🇮🇳.
🔰 Additional rebate of ₹50000 for 1⃣st time house buyers for loans up to 35 lakhs & reduction of service tax 4 affordable housing. 100% deduction for profits from building flats up to 30 square metres in metro cities.
🔰 Withdrawal up to 40% from NPS to be tax exempted
🇮🇳Union Budget💰 2016: Tax Reforms Contd.
🔰 Existing Income Tax slabs remain unchanged.
🔰 1% service charge on purchase of luxury cars over ₹10 lakh and in-cash purchase of goods and services over ₹2 lakh. 4% high capacity tax for SUVs. To introduce 1% infra cess on petrol cars, 2.5% on diesel cars. 1% cess on LPG, CNG and other such cars.
🔰 Excise duty on most tobacco products raised by 10-15%
🔰 Limited period compliance window (Sep 30th) for domestic taxpayers to declare undisclosed income. Declarations to have immunity from prosecutions.
🔰 CleanEnergy cess to be renamed as CleanEnvironment cess. To be increased from ₹200/ton to 400/ton on coal, lignite and peat.
🔰 Krishi Kalyan Cess to be imposed on all taxable services for the agricultural sector.
🔰 New dispute resolution scheme - taxpayer can settle cases by paying tax+interest. no penalty in cases where the dispute is less than ₹10 lakhs. 11 new benches for customs and service tax appeals tribunal. _ 
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🔰 Non-residents without PAN to get relief. Customs baggage rules for passengers to be simplified.
🔰 ₹19610 of net revenue gain from direct and indirect taxes
🔰 Removal of 13 different cesses with revenue collection less than ₹50 crores annually
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The Oscar Award 2016 list



The Oscar Award 2016  Goes To....
The 88th Academy Awards ceremony, of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) took place at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles.
In the ceremony, AMPAS will present Academy Awards (commonly referred to as Oscars) in 24 categories.  Actor Chris Rock hosted the show for the second time.
In the Oscars 2016, Leonardo Dicaprio wins Best Actor for The Revenant, Brie Larson is Best Actress while the bollywood star Priyanka Chopra presents the Oscars and makes her Oscar debut.
The complete list of awards are as follows:
Best PICTURE
Spotlight
Best ACTOR
Leonardo DiCaprio, "The Revenant"
Best ACTRESS
Brie Larson, "Room"
Best SUPPORTING ACTOR
Mark Rylance, "Bridge of Spies"
Best SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Alicia Vikander, "The Danish Girl"
Best DIRECTOR
Alejandro Iñárritu, "The Revenant"
Best ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
"The Big Short," Charles Randolph and Adam McKay
Best ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
"Spotlight," Josh Singer and Tom McCarthy
Best DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
"Amy"
Best FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
"Son of Saul", Hungary
Best ANIMATED FEATURE FILM
"Inside Out"
Best CINEMATOGRAPHY
"The Revenant," Emmanuel Lubezki
Best COSTUME DESIGN
"Mad Max: Fury Road," Jenny Beavan
Best FILM EDITING
"Mad Max: Fury Road," Margaret Sixel
Best MAKE UP AND HAIRSTYLING
"Mad Max: Fury Road," Lesley Vanderwalt, Elka Wardega and Damian Martin
Best ORIGINAL SCORE
"The Hateful Eight," Ennio Morricone
Best ORIGINAL SONG
"Writing's on the Wall"from "Spectre," music and lyrics by Jimmy Napes and Sam Smith
Best PRODUCTION DESIGN
"Mad Max: Fury Road," Colin Gibson (production design); Lisa Thompson (set decoration)
Best SOUND EDITING
"Mad Max: Fury Road," Mark Mangini and David White
Best SOUND MIXING
"Mad Max: Fury Road," Chris Jenkins, Gregg Rudloff and Ben Osmo
Best VISUAL EFFECTS
"Ex Machina," Andrew Whitehurst, Paul Norris, Mark Ardington and Sara Bennett
Best ANIMATED SHORT FILM
"Bear Story"
Best DOCUMENTARY SHORT SUBJECT
"A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness"
Best LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM
"Stutterer"
Note: The maximum number of awards is won by Mad Max: Fury Road (6 awards)

Sunday, 28 February 2016

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English Anthem :- Day 5

English Anthem :- Day 5
Hello dear,
Welcome to the 5th episode of highest & most viewed article by tons of fervent readers. Thanking you from inner core of the heart for grand love and support to the article. Once again enjoy the same and brush up your English.               
                         We have taken the responsibility to enhance English in all possible periphery, this article " English Anthem" is just started after the  great demand of kp readers. After reading this stuff you'll infer English is fun, if you learn like Philic's(diehard lover).Let's start our anthem..First of all we wish to focus some common mistakes of English grammar, learning slowly and incessantly you'll grab a lot.
📢 @ common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖
1. Tired of, not from.
✖️Don't say: The boys are tired from eating boiled eggs. 
✔️Say: The boys are tired of eating boiled eggs.
📢 @ common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖
2. Translate into, not to.
✖️Don't say: Translate this passage to English.
✔️Say: Translate this passage into English.
📢 @ common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖
3. Tremble with cold, etc., not from cold, etc.
✖️Don't say: The man was trembling from cold.
✔️Say: The man was trembling with cold.
Note: Also shake with and shiver with: The thief was shaking with fear.
📢 @ common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖
4. Warn (a person) of danger, not about danger.
✖️Don't say: They were warned about the danger.
✔️Say: They were warned of danger.
Note1: Use "warn about" for specific things: They warned us about the bumps in the road.
Note2 : We warn a person against a fault: His teacher warned him against breaking the rules.
📢 @ common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖
5. Write in ink, not with ink.
✖️Don't say: I've written the letter with ink.
✔️Say: I've written the letter in ink.
Note: We use "in" when we are referring to the final work: The drawing was done in charcoal. Dora writes her letters in green ink. When we are referring to the instrument used we use "with": The children are learning to write with a pen. Helen prefers to paint with a thin brush.

...................................................Now clutch to another section that is difference between words.
The difference among🤔
Stimulate & Inspire & Tempt
☝️The all mean encouraging someone to do something by showing it so attractive.
✍Stimulate is used for encouraging someone toward either Bad or Good things.
✍Inspire is always used  for encouraging someone toward Good things.
✍Tempt is Often used for Bad things by showing it amazing.
1⃣ My father encouraged me to study English.(☝️ good)
2⃣ The enemies' plan is to tempt young people to leave their countries and live abroad.(☝️ bad)
3⃣ His action stimulated me to continue help the poor.(☝️good)
4⃣ My dishonest friend stimulated me to pickpocket.(☝️ bad)

....................................................Ohh yeah!!!
We are moving towards some Important vocab and grammatical rules,  swoting that you easily dive deep in the ocean of English....so why are waiting.Just glance.
🕸 word anthem of the Day 🕸
🔅DILAPIDATED:
💡Dilapidated – adjective – damaged, broken down - टूटा फूटा
✒Synonym – ramshackle, shabby
✒Antonym – neat, repaired.
💬 Example :
The dilapidated house in Nehru nagar is sure to lower the property values of the homes in Ashoknagar.😉
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🕸 Idiom anthem of the Day 🕸
🔅 To catch a tartar.
💡to fight with strong enemy
💬E.g: While fighting with senior students the junior's realised that they had caught a tartar.
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🕸One word substitution anthem of the Day
🔅Bigamy👇
💡the practice of having two wives or husbands at a time
🔅Abdication👇
💡 voluntary giving up of throne in favour of someone 
🔅Archives 👇
💡a place where government or public records are kept 
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🕸Grammar Rule anthemof the Day🕸
🔅Rule VI of verb* :
💡In a Compound sentence both
auxiliary verb & principal verbs should be mentioned separately if they differ in numbers,form or voice. In such cases one Vern cannot act for both the clauses.
💬 for example:
✒He has not and will not marry in near future. (Place 'married' after 'has not')
✒she is intelligent but her sisters dull(Place 'are' after 'sisters')
✒He surrendered before the court and sent to jail.(use 'was' before 'sent')
✒She disappeared last month and found dead near a hill last night(place 'was' after 'and')
✒She is intelligent but her sister dull(correct)
✒I did not and will not go there.(correct)
           
....................................................Accelerating the gear, move to very funny as well interesting topic,  how to conversate with other in impressive way.So continue....
Daily Conversations: anthem
🔴 Daily Conversations:
♦️20. Unpleasant Conversations (Part 4 of 5)
🔸20.14 When you want an annoying person to leave
🔹Go away!
🔹Get lost!
🔹Get out of here!
🔹Beat it!
🔹Bug off!  (US)
🔹Buzz off!  (UK)
🔹Shoo!
🔹Go jump in the lake!
🔹Go jump off a cliff!
__________________
🔸20.15 When you feel you are not welcome
🔹If you want me to leave, why don't you just say so?
🔹If you want me to leave, just ask.
🔹Would you like me to leave?
🔹Do you want me to leave?
🔹Do you want me to go away?
🔹I know I'm not wanted here.
__________________
🔸20.16 When you want to be left alone
🔹Leave me alone.
🔹I just want to be left alone.
🔹I'm asking you to leave me alone.
__________________
🔸20.17 When a person makes you angry
🔹I'm really upset with you right now.
🔹I'm mad at you.
🔹You're pissing me off.  (Vulgar)
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🔸20.18 When you are not happy with what a person has done
🔹How could you do that?
🔹How could you do such a thing?
🔹What on Earth were you thinking?
🔹What could you have been thinking?
🔹What got into you?
🔹What possessed you to do that?
🔹I hope you're sorry.
__________________
🔸20.19 When you are angry about the thing a person has done
🔹I can't believe you did that!
🔹When will you ever learn?
🔹All you think about is yourself.
   
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Saturday, 27 February 2016

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English Anthem :- Day 4

English Anthem :- Day 4
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Welcome to the 4th episode of highest & most viewed article by tons of fervent readers. Thanking you from inner core of the heart for grand love and support to the article. Once again enjoy the same and brush up your English.
                        We have taken the responsibility to enhance English in all possible periphery, this article " English Anthem" is just started after the  great demand of kp readers. After reading this stuff you'll infer English is fun, if you learn like Philic's(diehard lover).
Let's start our anthem..First of all we wish to focus some common mistakes of English grammar, learning slowly and incessantly you'll grab a lot.


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@ common_mistakes
➖Misuse of the infinitive➖
75. Without, etc. + -ing.
✖️Don't say: Do your work without to speak.
✔️Say: Do your work without speaking.
@ common_mistakes
➖Misuse of the infinitive➖
76. Instead of, etc. + -ing.
✖️Don't say: He went away instead to wait.
✔️Say: He went away instead of waiting.
@ common_mistakes
➖Misuse of the infinitive➖
77. Capable of + -ing.
✖️Don't say: They're quite capable to do that.
✔️Say: They're quite capable of doing that.
@ common mistakes
➖Misuse of the infinitive➖
78. Fond of + -ing.
✖️Don't say: She's always fond to talk.
✔️Say: She's always fond of talking.
@ common mistakes
➖Misuse of the infinitive➖
79. Insist on + -ing.
✖️Don't say: Simon insisted to go to London.
✔️Say: Simon insisted on going to London.
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Now clutch to another section that is difference between words.
The difference between
Insolvent and Bankrupt
🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔
☝️The both are used for a person who Doesn't have Enough money to Cover all the Expenses and Debt.
✍Bankrupt is used for a person who couldn't afford/repay the debts and has to go to Court, therefore high_level judges make decision for him/her.
✍Insolvent is used for a person who couldn't afford/repay the debts and the Creditors must decide for him/her.
☝️Insolvent is Often used for Companies or Factories or people.
☝️Bankrupt is Often used for Individuals.
1⃣ I didn't pay the taxes and that made me go bankrupt.(☝️ the governmental judges and juries need to decide for me and also I am a person not a company.)
2⃣ My uncle and some of
share-holders tried to establish a wooden products company, but things completely went wrong and now they don't know what to do with creditors. I hope the Creditors give them a fair crack of whip to compensate for their lack of experience.(☝️they work together and everything depends on creditors' decision.
☝️New Words that you might not have known before.
Give someone a fair crack of whip 👉 give someone an opportunity so that person can show his ability.
Compensate= Make up 👉 to do something better in return  for what you Have done wrongly.
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Ohh yeah!!!
We are moving towards some Important vocab and grammatical rules,  swoting that you easily dive deep in the ocean of English....so why are waiting.Just glance.
🕸 word anthem of the Day 🕸
🔅MASQUERADE:
💡masquerade – verb – pretends to be someone / something that you are not - स्वाँगरचना
✒Synonym – personation, facade
✒Antonym – openness, reality
💬E.g. He is masquerading as an expert on the internet.
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🕸 Idiom anthem of the Day 🕸
🔅 To keeps one's temper.
💡to retain in a good mood when one is angry.
💬E.g: 'It took all my patience to keep my mother's temper'
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🕸One word substitution anthem of the Day
🔅Aristocracy👇
💡 Government by the nobles.
🔅Anarchist👇
💡 One, who is out to destroy all governance, law and order 
🔅Amputate 👇
💡to cut off a part of a person's body which is infected 
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🕸Grammar Rule anthem of the Day🕸
🔅Rule V of verb* :
💡The expression 'many a/an,more than one' should be followed by a singular noun and singular verb.
💬 for example:
✒Many accidents have recently taken place (correct)
✒Many an accidents have recently taken place (the correct usage is 'many an  has')
✒More than one man was absent.(correct)
✒More men than one were burnt(correct)
           
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Accelerating the gear, move to very funny as well interesting topic,  how to conversate with other in impressive way.So continue....
Daily Conversations: anthem
🔴 Daily Conversations:
♦️2. Unpleasant Conversations (Part 3 of 5)
🔸2.10 When you question somebody's sanity angrily
🔹Are you crazy?
🔹Are you out of your mind?
🔹Are you out of your head?
🔹Are you nuts?
🔹Are you psychotic or what?
🔹Have you gone crazy?
🔹Have you gone insane?
🔹Have you lost your mind?
🔹Have you lost your senses?
🔹Have you lost your marbles?
🔹Have you completely lost touch with reality?
🔹Have you completely flipped out?
🔹What planet are you from?
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🔸2.11 When you question somebody's alertness angrily
🔹Hello?
🔹What's with you?
🔹What's wrong with you?
🔹Where's your head?
🔹What are you thinking?
🔹What's your problem?
🔹What kind of drugs are you on?
🔹What have you been smoking?
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🔸2.12 When you want to stop a person from being angry
🔹Don't have a fit.
🔹Don't throw a fit.
🔹Don't have a conniption fit.
🔹Don't have a cow. (US)
🔹Give it a break.
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🔸2.13 When you are angry at the person who has interrupted you
🔹I wasn't speaking to you.
🔹Was I talking to you?
🔹Who asked you?
🔹When I want your opinion, I'll ask it.
🔹Keep your opinions to yourself.
🔹I'll thank you to keep your opinions to yourself.
     
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History and Interesting facts about Indian Railways

🕸 Topic of the Day 🕸
🎖The Indian Railways 🎖
📢History and Interesting facts about Indian Railways
😟For more than fifty years after the formation of the Indian Railways in 1857, there was one crucial element that was missing on the nation's trains: toilets.
Passengers had to wait till till the stations to answer the call of nature, and it was not until a passenger named Okhil Chandra Sen wrote this angry yet amusing letter in 1909 that toilets were installed on Indian trains.
So if you're in India, and you have to go to the bathroom aboard one of their trains, you have Mr. Sen to thank:
💬Interesting Right😉.so,lets start with the Amazing Facts of the Indian Railways.😨
🔅The first railroad was constructed by two Indians – Jaganath Shunkerseth and Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy.
🔅The first train in India ran on 16 April, 1853 between Mumbai and Thane (the distance was 34 kilometer).
The second train ran on 1854 from Howrah to Hooghly.
🔅The first electric train ran in 1929 from Mumbai to Pune.
🔅Indian Railway network is the fourth largest network in the world. The rankings are- 1) USA 2) Russia 3) China 4) India
🔅The mascot of Indian Railways is Bholu - the guard elephant.
🔅Indian Railway Network is divided into 16 zones. General Manager controls each zone
🔅In 1986, Indian Railways started its first computerized reservation in New Delhi
🔅With a length of 1366.33 metres, Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh is the longest platform in the world
🔅Venkatanarasimharajuvaripeta is the longest station name.
🔅There are 7,500 railway stations in India.
🔅Mobile app system to track train schedules has been introduced by Indian Railways in 2014.
🔅The world's highest railway bridge is being built over Chenab. It will dwarf the Eiffel Tower.
🔅Guwahati-Trivandrum Express is the most unreliable train in the country. The average delay in the journey is 10-12 hours
🔅The longest rail route is from Jammu-Tavi to Kanyakumari(Vivek Express.Imp for exam) (3,726 kilometers).
🔅Indian Railway  is one of the largest employers in India and world with 1.6 million employees. It is the ninth largest employer in world.
🔅On 24 October, 1984 the first metro rail was started in Kolkata, West Bengal.First Air Cooling was introduced in 1874 in Great Indian Peninsular Railway.
🔅The fastest train in india is the Delhi-Bhopal Shatabdi Express. Lucknow is the busiest station.
🔅Metupalayam Ooty Nilgiri Passenger train is the slowest train in India. It runs at a speed of 10 kmph.
🔅The total distance covered by Indian Railways daily equals three and a half times the distance to the moon.
🔅Indian Railways carry more than 25 million passengers every day, more than the entire population of Australia.
🔅The New Delhi Main Station, having the world's largest route relay interlocking system, has a place in the Guinness Book of Records.
🔅The full track length of Indian Railways can circle the equator one-and-a-half times.
🔅The total distance covered by Indian Railways daily equals three and a half times the distance to the moon.
     ......Anand Singh🤓
Tomorrow's topic:Important and handy Articles of The Indian Constitution.
...Stay Tuned🤗

nickname of countries :- short name

Dear Aspirants,

🔅short note on nickname of countries in the World which is very important for SSC CGL 2016 and other competitive exams.

Nickname of Countries in the World

Asia

1. Bhutan – Land of the Thunder Dragon 

2. China – The Red Dragon 

3. Indonesia – The Emerald of the Equator 

4. Japan – Land of the Rising Sun 

5. Mongolia – Land of the Blue Sky 

6. North Korea – The Hermit Kingdom 

7. Philippines – The Pearl of the Orient Seas 

8. South Korea – Land of the Morning Calm 

9. Sir Lanka – India's Teardrop 

10. Thailand – Land of Smiles

11. Afghanistan – Graveyard of Empires 

12. Israel – The Holy Land 

13. Lebanon – Switzerland of the Middle East

Africa

1. Burkina Faso – Land of the Upright Men 

2. Egypt – The Gift of the Nile 

3. Lesotho – The Kingdom In The Sky 

4. Madagascar – The Red Island 

5. Rwanda – Land of a Thousand Hills 

6. South Africa - Rainbow Nation

America

1. Brazil – Pindorama (Land of the Palms) 

2. Canada – The Great White North 

3. Chile – Land of Poets 

4. Guyana – Land of Many Waters 

5. Paraguay – The Island Surrounded by Land 

6. Peru – Land of the Incas 

7. USA - Uncle Sam 

8. Venezuela – Land of Grace

Australia

1. Australia – Land Down Under (sometimes also used for New Zealand) 

2. New Zealand – Land of the Long White Cloud

Europe

1. Albania – Land of the Eagles 

2. Belarus – The White Rus 

3. England – Land of Hope and Glory 

4. Finland – Land of a Thousand Lakes 

5. France – L'hexagone 

6. Iceland – Land of Fire and Ice 

7. Ireland – The Emerald Isle 

8. Italy – The Boot 

9. Slovenia – The Sunny Side of the Alps 

10. Switzerland – Land of Milk and Honey 

11. Ukraine – The Bread Basket of Europe

           ......Happy Reading🤓
@Anand_singh

🔅The Indian Constitution brief history and trick to remember it's parts.

🕸 Topic of the Day 🕸

🔅The Indian Constitution

💬The Constitution was adopted by the constituent Assembly on 26 November 1949, and came into effect on 26 January 1950.Modi ji declared this day(26th Nov) as National Constitution Day later it was celebrated as National Law Day to honour the 207 members of constituent Assembly.

✒World lengthiest written constitution(India) had 395 articles in 22 parts and 8 schedules at the time of commencement. Now Constitution of India have 448 articles in 25 parts, 12schedules, 5 appendices and 100 amendments.(Imp.for Exams)

😟The first temporary 2-day president of the Constituent Assembly was Dr.Sachchidananda Sinha. Later, Rajendra Prasad was elected president of the Constituent Assembly.

🔅List of important Articles of Indian Constitution and its Purposes were given here, which was more expected GK Questions in Upcoming SSC CGL Exams Besides It come in handy for  all Competitive exams so read them.

PART 1: THE UNION AND ITS TERRITORY

Article 1 - Name and Territory of the Union

Article 2 – admission or establishment of new States

Article 3 – Alteration of areas, boundaries or names of existing states

Article 4 – Provide amendment of 1st and 4th Schedules and supplemental, incidental and consequential matters

PART 2: CITIZENSHIP

Article 5 – citizenship at the commencement of the Constitution         

Article 6 – Rights of certain persons who have migrated from Pakistan

Article 7 – rights of citizenship of migrants to Pakistan

Article 8 – rights of Indian origin people who reside outside India

Article 9 – persons voluntarily acquiring citizenship of a foreign state not to be citizens

Article 10 - continuance of the rights of citizenships

Article 11 – parliament to regulate the right of citizenship by law

PART 3: FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS

General

Article 12 – definition

Article 13 – laws inconsistent with or in derogation of the fundamental rights

Right to Equality

Article 14 - Relates to Right to Equality

Article 15 – prohibition of discrimination of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth

Article 16 – equality of opportunity in matters of public employment

Article 17 - Abolishes the practice of un-touch ability

Article 18 – abolition of titles

Right ti Freedom

Article 19 - Deals with six freedoms of Indian citizens namely,

(a) Right to freedom of speech and expression

(b) Right to assemble peacefully and without arms

(c) Right to form associations or unions

(d) Right to move freely throughout the territory of India

(e) Right to reside and settle in any part of the territory of India

(f) Right to practice any profession or to carry on any occupation, trade, and business

Article 20 – protection in respect of conviction for offences

Article 21 - Provides protection to life and liberty to all persons

Article 21A - Right to elementary education

Article 22 - Affords protection against arbitrary arrest & detention

Right against Exploitation

Article 23 - Prohibits the traffic in human beings and beggars

Article 24 - Prohibits the employment of children below 14 years

Right to Freedom of Religion

Articles 25 – freedom of conscience and free profession, practice and propagation of religion

Article 26 – freedom to manage religious affairs

Article 27 – freedom as to payment of taxes for promotion of any particular religion

Article 28 – freedom as to attendance at religious worship in certain educational institutions

Cultural and Educational Rights

Article 29 – protection of interests of minorities

Article 30 – right of minorities to establish and administer educational institutions

Right to Constitutional Remedies

Article 32 – remedies for enforcement of rights conferred by this part

PART 4: DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY

Article 36 – definition

Article 37 – application of the principles contained in this part

Article 39A – equal justice and free legal aid

Article 40 - Deals with the formation of Panchayats

Article 41 – right to work, to education and to public assistance in certain cases

Article 43 – living wage for workers

Article 43A – participation of workers in management of industries

Article 44 - Uniform Civil Code for the Citizens

Article 45 - Free and compulsory education to all children below 14 years of age

Article 46 – promotion of educational and economic interests of SCs, STs and other weaker section

Article 47 – duty of the state to raise the level of nutrition and the standard of living and to improve public health

Article 48 – organization of agriculture and animal husbandry

Article 49 – protection of monuments and places and objects of national importance

Article 50 - Separation of Judiciary

Article 51 - Promotion of International peace & security

PART 4A: FUNDAMENTAL DUTIES

Article 51(A) - Relates to list of Fundamental Duties

PART 5: THE UNION

Chapter 1: The Executive

The President and Vice President

Article 52 – the President of India

Article 53 – executive power of the Union

Article 54 – election of President

Article 61 – procedure for impeachment of the President

Article 63 – the Vice President of India

Article 64 – the Vice President to be ex official chairman of the Council of States

Article 66 – election of Vice President

Article 72 – power of President to grant pardons

Council of Ministers

Article 74 - Council of Ministers to aid and advice the President

Attorney General of India

Article 76 – Attorney General for India

Chapter II: Parliament

Article 79 – constitution of Parliament

Article80 – composition of the council of states

Article 81 – composition of the House of the people

Article 83 – duration of Houses of Parliament

Offices of Parliament

Article 93 – the Speaker and Deputy Speaker of the House of the People

Disqualification of Members

Article 105 – powers of the Houses of Parliament and of the members and committees

Legislative procedures

Article 109 – special procedure in respect of money bills

Article 110 - Definition of Money Bills

Procedure in Financial Matters

Article 112 - Annual Financial Statement (Budget)

Article 114 – appropriation of Bills

Chapter III: Legislative Powers of the President

Article 123 – Power of President to promulgate Ordinances during recess of Parliament

Chapter IV: The Union Judiciary

Article 124 – establishment and constitution of Supreme Court

Article 125 – Salaries of judges

Article 126 – appointment of acting Chief Justice

Article 127 – Appointment of ad hoc Judges

Article 128 – attendance of retired judges at sittings of the Supreme Court

Article 129 – Supreme Court to be a court of record

Article 130 – Seat of Supreme Court

Article 136 – special leave to appeal by Supreme Court

Article 137 – review of judgments of orders by the Supreme Court

Article 141 – Law declared by Supreme Court to be binding on all courts

Chapter V: Comptroller and Auditor General of India

Article 148 – Comptroller and Auditor General of India

Article 149 – Duties and powers of the Comptroller and Auditor General

PART 6: THE STATES

Chapter II: The Executive

The Governor

Article 153 – Governors of States

Article 154 – Executive power of State

Article 161 – power of Governor to grant pardons

Council of Ministers

Article 165 – Advocate General for the state

Chapter IV: Legislative Power of the Governor

Article 213 – power of Governor to promulgate Ordinances during recess of Legislature

Article 214 – High courts for States

Article 215 – High Courts to be courts of record

Article 226 – power of High Courts to issue certain writs

Chapter VI: Subordinate Courts

Article 233 – appointment of district judges

Article 235 – Control over subordinate courts

PART 8: THE UNION TERRITORIES

Article 239 – administration of Union Territories

Article 240 – power of President to make regulations for certain Union Territories

Article 241 – High courts for Union Territories

Article 242 – repeated

PART 9: THE PANCHAYATS

Article 243A – Gram Sabha

Article 243B – constitution of Panchayats

PART 9A: THE MUNICIPALITIES

Article 243P – definitions

Article 243ZG – Bar to interference by Courts in electoral matters

PART 10: THE SCHEDULED AND TRIBAL AREAS

Article 244 – Administration of Scheduled Areas and Tribal Areas

PART 11: RELATIONS BETWEEN THE UNION AND THE STATES

Chapter I: Legislative Relations

Distribution of Legislative Powers

Article 245 – extent of laws made by Parliament and by the Legislatures of States

Chapter II: Administrative Relations

Disputes relating to Waters

Article 262 - Adjudication of disputes relating to waters of Inter -state rivers or river valleys

Article 263 – Provisions with respect to an inter-State Council

PART 12: FINANCE, PROPERTY, CONTRACTS AND SUITS

Chapter I: Finance

General

Article 266 – consolidated Funds and public accounts of India and of the States

Article 267 – Contingency Fund, Distribution of Revenues between the Union and the States

Article 280 – Finance Commission

Chapter IV: Right to Property

Article 300A – Persons not to be deprived of property saves by authority of law

PART 13: TRADE, COMMERCE AND INTERCOURSE WITHIN THE TERRITORY OF INDIA

Article 301 – Freedom of trade, commerce and intercourse

Article 302 – Power of Parliament to impose restrictions on trade, commerce and intercourse

PART 14: SERVICES UNDER THE UNION AND THE STATES

Chapter I: Services

Article 308 – Interpretation

Article 312 – All-India Services

Chapter II: Public Service Commissions

Article 315 – Public Service Commissions for the Union and for the States

Article 320 – Functions of Public Service Commissions

Article 323 – Reports of Public Service Commissions

PART 14A: TRIBUNALS

Article 323A – Administrative tribunals

Article 323B – Tribunals for other matters

PART 15: ELECTIONS

Article 324 – Superintendence, direction and control of elections to be vested in an Election Commission

Article 325 – No person to be intelligible for inclusion in, or to claim to be included in a special, electoral roll on grounds of religion, race, caste or sex

Article 326 – Elections to the House of the People and to the Legislative Assemblies of States to be on the basis of adult suffrage

Article 329 – Bar to interference by court in electoral matters

PART 16: SPECIAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO CERTAIN CLASSES

Article 330 – Reservation of seats for SC and ST in the House of the People

Article 338 – National Commission for SC

Article 340 – Appointment of a Commission to investigate the conditions of BCs

Article 341 – Scheduled Castes

Article 342 – Scheduled Tribes

PART 17: OFFICIAL LANGUAGES

Chapter I: Language of the Union

Article 343 – Official Language of the Union

Chapter II: Regional Languages

Article 345 – official language or languages of a State

Chapter III: Language of the Supreme Court, High Courts, etc.

Article 348 – Language to be used in the Supreme Court and in the High Courts and for Acts, Bills, etc.

Chapter IV: Special Directives

Article 351 – Directive for development of the Hindi Language

PART 18: EMERGENCY PROVISIONS

Article 352 – Proclamation of Emergency

Article 356 – Provisions in case of failure of constitutional machinery in States

Article 360 – Provisions as to financial emergency

PART 19: MISCELLANEOUS

Article 361 – Protection of President and Governors

Article 367 – interpretation

PART 20: AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION

Article 368 – Power of Parliament to amend the Constitution

PART 21: TEMPORARY, TRANSITIONAL AND SPECIAL PROVISIONS

Article 369 – Temporary power to Parliament to make laws with respect to certain matters in the State list as if they matter in the Concurrent list

Article 370 – Temporary provisions with respect to the State of Jammu and Kashmir

Article 371A – Special provision with respect to the State of Nagaland

Article 371B – Special provision with respect to the State of Assam

Article 371C – Special provision with respect to the State of Manipur

Article 371D – Special provision with respect to the State of Andhra Pradesh

Article 371E – Establishment of Central University in Andhra Pradesh

Article 371F – Special provision with respect to the State of Sikkim

Article 371G – Special provision with respect to the State of Mizoram

Article 371H – Special provision with respect to the State of Arunachal Pradesh

Article 371-I – Special provision with respect to the State of Goa

Article 371J – Special status for Hyderabad-Karnataka region

Article 392 – Power of the President to remove difficulties

PART 22: SHORT TITLE, COMMENCEMENT, AUTHORITATIVE TEXT IN HINDI AND REPEALS

Article 393 – Short Title – This Constitution may be called the Constitution of India

Article 395 - Repeals

        .........Anand Singh🤓

Must read this article.
''Trick to learn parts of the constitution''
http://www.knowledgephilic.com/2016/01/trick-to-learn-parts-of-constitution.html

Tomorrow's Topic:🤗
History & Facts about Indian  National Parks and wild Life Sanctuaries.

Friday, 26 February 2016

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English Anthem :- Day 3

English Anthem :- Day 3
Hello dear,
Welcome to the 3rd episode of highest & most viewed article by tons of fervent readers. Thanking you from inner core of the heart for grand love and support to the article. Once again enjoy the same and brush up your English.
                         We have taken the responsibility to enhance English in all possible periphery, this article " English Anthem" is just started after the  great demand of kp readers. Afterr eading this stuff you'll infer English is fun, if you learn like Philic's(diehard lover).
Let's start our anthem..First of all we wish to focus some common mistakes of English grammar, learning slowly and incessantly you'll grab a lot.
@ common mistakes
➖Misuse of the infinitive➖
1. Object to + -ing.
✖️Don't say: I object to be treated like this.
✔️Say: I object to being treated like this.
@ common mistakes
➖Misuse of the infinitive➖
2. Prevent from + -ing.
✖️Don't say: The rain prevented me to go.
✔️Say: The rain prevented me from going.
@ common mistakes
➖Misuse of the infinitive➖
3. Succeed in + -ing.
✖️Don't say: Paula succeeded to win the prize.
✔️Say: Paula succeeded in winning the prize.
@ common mistakes
➖Misuse of the infinitive➖
4. Think of + -ing.
✖️Don't say: I often think to go to England.
✔️Say: I often think of going to England.
@ common mistakes
➖Misuse of the infinitive➖
5. Tired of + -ing.
✖️Don't say: The customer got tired to wait.
✔️Say: The customer got tired of waiting.
....................................................Now clutch to another section that is difference between words.
The difference between
Rare & Seldom 🤔🤔🤔
☝️The both are used for somethings that can not be found.
✍Rare is used for something that can't be found at all or if found, it can be Less or Fewer than what you think.
✍Seldom is used for something that can't be found A lot.
1⃣ White Tigers are so rare that rather can't be found in nature.
2⃣ Oil is too seldom to find.
....................................................Ohh yeah!!!
We are moving towards some Important vocab and grammatical rules,  swoting that you easily dive deep in the ocean of English....so why are waiting.Just glance.
🕸 word anthem of the Day 🕸
🔅JEER  :
💡 Jeer – verb – laugh at with disrespect -उपहास
✒Synonym – deride, scoff
✒Antonym – compliment, praise
💬E.g. The crowd jeered at the speaker.
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🕸 Idiom anthem of the Day 🕸
🔅make a clean breast of it
💡to tell the truth about something, especially something bad or illegal that you have done, so that you do not have to feel guilty any more
💬E.g: After months of lying about the money, I decided to make a clean breast of it and tell the truth.
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🕸One word substitution anthem of the Day
🔅Alimony👇
💡allowance paid to wife on legal separation 
🔅Anthology👇
💡a collection of poems 
🔅Axiom 👇
💡a statement which is accepted as true without proof 
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🕸Grammar Rule anthem of the Day🕸
💡Rule IV of verb* :
When plural nouns explain specific 'amount, sum,distance, quantity, time,period'as a whole the verb should be singular
💬For example
✒Four miles are not a long distance(use 'is' in place of 'are')
✒Two hundred rupees were a large amount fifty years ago.(use 'was' in place of 'were')
✒Two hundred rupees were lost.(correct)
    
....................................................Accelerating the gear, move to very funny as well interesting topic,  how to conversate with other in impressive way.
So continue....Daily Conversations: anthem
🔴 Daily Conversations:
♦️20. Unpleasant Conversations (Part 2 of 5)
🔸20.6 When you stop a person from being annoying
🔹Would you stop that?
🔹Could you please stop doing that?
🔹Must you do that?
🔹Must you continue to do that?
🔹Have you got ants in your pants?
🔹That's really bothersome.
🔹That's really bothering me.
🔹That's really bugging me.
🔹That's really annoying.
🔹It's really irritating.
🔹That's making me crazy.
🔹That's grating on my nerves.
🔹That's getting on my nerves.
🔹That's driving me nuts.
🔹Enough, already!
🔹Enough of this foolishness!
🔹I've had enough of this!
🔹I've had it up to here with you.
🔹Cut it out!
🔹Knock it off!
🔹Come on!
🔹Come off it!
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🔸20.7 When you stop a person from being boring or dull
🔹Must you harp on the same string?
🔹Must you keep harping on that?
🔹Must you dwell on the subject?
🔹Don't be such a stick-in-the-mud.
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🔸20.8 When you stop a person from being unpleasant
🔹Don't be so grumpy.
🔹Don't be so grouchy.
🔹Don't be such a grouch.
🔹Don't be such a crab.
🔹Stop griping.
🔹Stop sulking.
🔹Stop pouting.
🔹Stop complaining.
🔹Quit complaining.
🔹Quit whining.
🔹Quit your bitching.
🔹What's the matter with you?
🔹Did you get up on the wrong side of the bed?
🔹Somebody didn't get enough sleep.
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🔸20.9 When you are angry with a person and call them mentally inadequate
🔹You're crazy.
🔹You're out of your mind.  (used with "You're" or "You've got to be".)
🔹You're out of your head.
🔹You're nuts.
🔹You're nutty as a fruitcake.
🔹You're a freak.
🔹You've gone over the edge.
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....................................................After studying a lot, test yourself via this short quiz, we'll post answer key tonight.
⌛️Advanced
/Quiz1 - ⌛️Quiz 1
📚 Choose the correct option.
1.
a. He told he wasn't feeling well
b. He said he doesn't feeling well
c. He said he wasn't feeling well

2. 
a. We won't know how to do after we get the results
b. When we get the results we won't know what to do
c. We won't know what to do until we get the results

3. 
a. If you wouldn't tell me, I'll scream!
b. If you don't tell me, I'll scream!
c. If you didn't tell me, I'll scream!
4. 
a. He's probably lost her number
b. He's lost her number, probably
c. Probably, he's lost her number

5. 
a. I'll only tell you, if you can keep a secret
b. If you can keep a secret, I would tell you
c. You can't keep a secret, if I did tell you

6. 
a. What do you think we'll be doing in five years' time?
b. What do you think you're doing in five years' time?
c. What do you think we do in five year's time?

7. 
a. I didn't do that if I were you
b. I wouldn't do that if I were you
c. I wouldn't do that if I was you

8. 
a. I usually to live in Paris, but now I live in Madrid
b. I used to live in Paris, but now I live in Madrid
c. I am used to live in Paris, but now I live in Madrid

9. 
a. This time tomorrow, I am in Tokyo
b. This time tomorrow, I am being in Tokyo
c. This time tomorrow, I will be in Tokyo

10.  
a. You didn't use to smoke, did you?
b. You usen't to smoke, did you?
c. You aren't used to smoke, did you?

11.  
a. He looked tired, because he had travelled all day
b. He looked tired, because he had been traveling all day
c. He looked tired, because he had traveling all day

12.  
a. Sarah is working on something done!
b. Sarah is having some work done!
c. Sarah is doing work done!

13.  
a. You must have drink something!
b. You must have drinking!
c. You must have been drinking!

14.  
a. She's so nice a woman!
b. She' s such a nice woman!
c. She's a so nice woman!

15. 
a. I was told the party was next Friday
b. I told the party was next Friday
c. I told them the party was next Friday
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Hello dear,
Today (February26, 2016) SSC has issued a new NOTICE regarding solution to  huge complaints from aspirants during registration process of SSC CGL 2016

⏭Most Important points in NOTICE
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The Commission has been receiving a number of complaints from applicants applying for CGL 2016 Examination that after filling the application form, the machine indicates that their application form is incomplete and payment made by them has not been accounted for.
                  All the applicants are hereby advised that the SBI system normally takes 24-48 hours to take note of the payment made and which is reflected in the application status. In view of this position, applicants are hereby advised to wait for 48 hours before checking up the complete status of their application. They may take the print out only after 48 hours.
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Thursday, 25 February 2016

Prabhu’s Era: Rail Budget 2016-17--comprehensive Study (english and hindi)

✨✨ Prabhu's Era: Rail Budget        2016-17
February 25, 2016
#railbudget

On 25th February 2016, Railway Budget for the fiscal year 2016-17 has been presented by Union Minister of Railways Suresh Prabhu.

The key budget document dubbed "Annual Financial Statement" aka "Budget Statement", showing estimated receipts and expenditure, has to be laid before Parliament in respect of every financial year which runs from 1st April to 31st March w.r.t Article 112 of the Constitution.

Before heading towards the complete highlights of the rail budget let's take a brief view on the history of rail budget:

In 1920-21, a 10 member Acworth Committee headed by British railway economist William Acworth made a "Acworth Report" which led to separation of railway finances of India from the general government finances in 1924.
The first live telecast of railway budget took place on 24 March 1994.
Lalu Prasad Yadav presented the railway budget 6 times in a row, as he remained the Railways Minister from 2004 to May 2009.
In 2000, Mamata Banerjee became the first women Railway Minister of India.
In 2002, she also became the first female Minister of Railways to present the Railway budget.
In 2014 railway budget, Railway Minister D. V. Sadananda Gowda announced the first bullet train and 9 High-Speed Rail of India.
Here are the complete Highlights of Railway Budget:

Slogan for all – "Sabka saath sabka vikas"
👉3R's of Budget – Restructure, Reorganize and Rejuvenate
👉Capital expenditure –
Rs 1, 21,000 crore.
Expected Operating Ratio – 92%.
👉Expected Revenues – Rs 1,84,820 cr next year.
👉Budgetary support from Govt – Rs 40,000 crore.
👉Saving from last year's estimates – Rs 8,720 crore.
👉Innovation grants to start-ups – Rs 50 crore
👉Head of innovative council of Indian Railways – Ratan Tata.
👉Insurance company agreed to fund Rs 1.5 lakh – LIC
👉Expenditure on Modernization of railway infrastructure in 5 years – Rs 8.5 lakh crore.
👉Elimination of unmanned level crossing – By 2020
👉Proposed freight corridors – Delhi-Chennai, Kharagpur-Mumbai, Kharagpur-Vijayawada.
👉Location of India's first rail auto hub – Chennai.
👉New name for coolies – Sahayaks (will be trained in soft skills)
👉North East India states to be connected through broad gauge – Mizoram & Manipur.
👉 Cabinet approval for joint ventures with state govts – 6 MoUs signed with state govts
👉Sub-quota for women in each of the reserved categories in catering – 33%.
👉 Increased in seat quota for senior citizens – 50%.
👉 Number of bio toilets & additional toilets in 475 stations – 17,000.
👉Publishing of magazine in all regional languages – Rail Bandhu
👉Initiation of WiFi services – 100 stations this year
👉Commissioning of new tracks – 2800 km
👉Electrification – 1,600 km in this year and 2,000 km proposed for the next year.

❌❌For Unreserved Passenger:

🚄Antyodaya Express – A long-distance, fully unreserved, superfast train service to be operated on dense routes.

🚄Two to four Deen Dayalu coaches will be introduced in some long distance trains for unreserved travel to enhance our carrying capacity for the masses.

❌❌For the reserved passenger – Humsafar, Tejas and UDAY:

🚄Humsafar – Fully air-conditioned third AC service with an optional service for meals.
🚄Tejas – Will showcase the future of train travel in India by operating at speeds of 130 kmph and above, it will offer onboard services such as entertainment, local cuisine, Wi-Fi, etc.
🚄UDAY – Utkrisht DoubleDecker Air-conditioned Yatri (UDAY) Express on the busiest routes, expected to increase carrying capacity by almost 40%.

❌❌SMART Coaches:

🚄New SMART (Specially Modified Aesthetic Refreshing Travel) coaches would cater to emerging needs of customers and also ensure lower unit cost of operations due to higher carrying capacity.

❌❌Ticketing facilities:
Plan to introduce bar-coded tickets on pilot basis to tackle menace of ticketless travel.

🚄Ticket vending machines – Initiating sale of platform tickets through ticket vending machines which would be made compatible with cash an
d credit/de
bit cards

🚄Intend sale of tickets through hand-held terminals for short-distance travellers.
Introduced 1,780
automatic ticket vending machines.

🚄E-ticketing facility – Railways will open the e-ticketing facility to foreign debit/credit cards for foreign tourists and NRIs.

🚄Enhanced capacity of e-ticketing system from 2000 tickets/min to 7,200/min.

🚄E-ticketing ticket facility on the concessional passes available to journalists.
Facility of cancellation of tickets through 139 telephone line.

❌❌Improving customer interface:

🚄FM Radio stations for providing train borne entertainment by installing PA systems in trains.
🚄GPS based digital displays inside coaches to provide real time information regarding upcoming halts.
🚄Wireless enabled "Rakshak" devices to intimate gangmen about approaching train.
🚄Drones to be used for remote monitoring of ongoing projects.
🚄2,500 water vending machines at railway stations have been provided.

❌❌Swach Rail:

🚄Clean my Coach Service – A passenger can request cleaning of his/her coach/toilets on demand through SMS.
🚄Installation of additional 30,000 bio-toilets in the next financial year.

❌❌IRCTC services & food availability:

🚅IRCTC will extending e-catering services from existing 45 large stations to all 408 'A-1' and 'A' class stations.
🚅Local cuisine of choice will be made available to passengers.
🚅Railwats will look at pilot availability of children's menu items on trains.
🚅Baby foods, hot milk and hot water would be made available on stations and changing boards for babies would be provided in train toilets.

❌❌Rail Mitra Sewa & Accessible India:

🚉Expanding of Sarathi Seva in Konkan Railway to help the old and disabled passengers requiring assistance at stations.
🚉To provide at least one Divyang friendly toilet at each platform in A1 class stations.
🚉To ensure availability of wheelchairs in sufficient numbers at A1 class stations.
🚉Battery operated cars and paid porters services for specially able people.
🚉Last but not the least – NO FARE HIKE!!!!

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Now updates in Hindi

-रेल किराये में इस बार बढ़ोतरी नहीं हुई।

-चार नई कैटेगरी के ट्रेनों की घोषणा। 

-हर श्रेणी के कोच में महिलाओं को 33 फीसदी आरक्षण।

-2020 तक 95 फीसदी ट्रेनें समय पर चलेंगी।

-ट्रेन के हर कोच में जीपीएस सिस्‍टम लगेंगे।

-अहमदाबाद-मुंबई हाई स्‍पीड ट्रेन चलेगी।

-2020 तक लोगों को जब चाहे तब टिकट मिलेगी।

-डबल डेकर उदय एक्‍सप्रेस की शुरुआत होगी।

- मांगा आधारित रेल डिब्बों की सफाई की व्यवस्था पेश होगी, अशक्त लोगों के लिए इस वर्ष 11 ए श्रेणी के स्टेशनों पर विशेष शौचालय बनाये जायेंगे।

- रेलवे के आरक्षण कोटे में महिलाओं को 33 प्रतिशत आरक्षण दिया जाएगा।

- ट्रेनों में पायलट आधार पर बच्चों के खाने की अलग से व्यवस्था पेश होगी।

- रेलवे वरिष्ठ नागरिकों के लिए निचली सीट का कोटा बढ़ाकर 50 प्रतिशत करेगी: प्रभु।

- रेलवे बोर्ड का पुनर्गठन किया जाएगा।

- लाजिस्टिक और वेयरहाउस पार्क का विकास सार्वजनिक निजी साझेदारी के आधार पर होगा।

- भारत के पहले रेलवे आटो केंद्र का चेन्नई में जल्द ही उद्घाटन किया जाएगा।

- मुम्बई में दो एलिवेटेड उपनगरीय रेलवे कारिडोर चर्चगेट-विरार और सीएसटी-पणवेल का निर्माण किया जाएगा।

-अजमेर, अमृतसर, गया, मथुरा, नांदेड, नासिक, पुरी, तिरुपति, वाराणसी, नागपत्तनम और अन्य पर्यटन स्थलों का सौंदर्यीकरण किया जाएगा।

-रेलवे वरिष्ठ नागरिकों के लिए निचली सीट का कोटा बढ़ाकर 50 प्रतिशत करेगी : प्रभु।

-ट्रेनों में पायलट आधार पर बच्चों के खाने की अलग से व्यवस्था पेश होगी।

- अजमेर, अमृतसर, गया, मथुरा, नांदेड, नासिक, पुरी, तिरूपति, वाराणसी, नागपत्तनम और अन्य पर्यटन स्थलों का सौंदर्यीकरण किया जायेगा।

- ट्रेन में सफर के दौरान यात्रियों के बीमा की सुविधा होगी।

- ट्रेनों में दिव्‍यांगों के लिए अलग से टॉयलेट बनाए जाएंगे।

- लंबी दूरी की ट्रेनों में अतिरिक्‍त डिब्‍बे लगेंगे।

- दिल्‍ली में 21 नए स्‍टेशन बनाए जाएंगे।

- कुछ ट्रेनों में मनोरंजन के लिए एफएम की सुविधा दी जाएगी।

- हमसफर एक्‍सप्रेस पूरी तरह थर्ड एसी होगी।

-रेलवे के दो एप्‍प के जरिये टिकट बुक या कैंसिल होगी।

- अहमदाबाद से मुंबई हाई स्‍पीड ट्रेन चलेगी।

- 2020 तक ट्रेनों में जब चाहें तब टिकट मिलेंगी।

-अब कुलियों को सहायक कहा जाएगा, ट्रेनिंग भी मिलेंगी।  

-रात्रिकालीन चलने वाली डबल डेकर उदय एक्सप्रेस ट्रेन को व्यस्त मार्गो पर चलाया जायेगा। इन ट्रेनों में सामान्य ट्रेनों से 40 प्रतिशत अधिक यात्री सफर कर सकते हैं : रेल मंत्री।

-रेलवे में सभी पदों के लिए ऑनलाइन भर्ती होगी

- पांच साल में रेलवे प्रोजेक्‍टों पर साढ़े आठ लाख करोड़ रुपये खर्च होंगे

- रेलवे 40 नई परियोजना शुरू करेगी

- शताब्‍दी, राजधानी एक्‍सप्रेस में डिब्‍बे बेहतर किए जाएंगे

- नए एसी कोचों की संख्‍या बढ़ाई जाएगी

- वित्त वर्ष 2016-17 के लिए इस साल हमारा निवेश 1.21 लाख करोड़ रुपये रहेगा।

-अगले साल 2,800 किलोमीटर नए ट्रैक का परिचालन शुरू करेंगे।

- मंत्री ने कहा कि 400 स्टेशनों का सार्वजनिक निजी भागीदारी के जरिए आधुनिकीकरण किया जाएगा।

- प्रभु ने कहा कि 400 रेलवे स्टेशनों को वाय-फाय युक्त बनाया जाएगा, इस साल 100 स्टेशनों पर यह सुविधा होगी।

- 124 सांसदों ने सांसद निधि से यात्री सुविधाओं के विकास में योगदान करने की प्रतिबद्धता व्यक्त की : प्रभु ।

- रेल पुलों के निर्माण के लिए 17 राज्यों ने भारतीय रेलवे के साथ संयुक्त उद्यम बनाने पर सहमति व्यक्त की : रेल मंत्री ।

- रेल मंत्री ने कहा कि यात्रियों के किराये में सब्सिडी के चलते रेलवे को 30 हजार करोड़ रूपये का नुकसान ।

- रेलवे वित्त वर्ष 2017-18 में नौ करोड़ और वित्त वर्ष 2018.19 में 14 करोड़ मानव दिवस सृजित करेगा : प्रभु ।

- रेलवे को सरकार से 40,000 करोड़ रपए का बजटीय समर्थन मिलेगा।

- रेलवे विद्युतीकरण पर खर्च में 50 प्रतिशत वृद्धि, अगले वित्त वर्ष में 2000 किलोमीटर रेल मार्ग का विद्यतीकरण किया जायेगा : सुरेश प्रभु ।

- अगले साल 2,800 किलोमीटर नए ट्रैक का परिचालन शुरू करेंगे।.

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