Thursday, March 29, 2012

MNNIT Allahabad student offered Rs 1.34 Crore package from Facebook

Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology(MNNIT), Allahabad student has been offered an annual package of Rs 1.34 Crore by Facebook, the social networking giant. The offer letter was handed over on 27 March, which confirmed the appointment, along with the annual package mentioned at USD 262,500 (around Rs 1.34 crore). According to P Chakravarti, Director of the Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology (MNNIT), a B Tech student from the institute, who has requested that his name be withheld for "security reasons", received a letter on March 27 from Facebook confirming his appointment and the annual pay package on offer was stated to be USD 262,500 (around Rs 1.34 crore). Interestingly, the MNNIT Director said the recruitment process began with a mail from Facebook "in October last year which was followed by nine rounds of telephonic interviews" before he was finally selected for the plush job which would require the student, who hails from Kanpur, to move to Menlo Park in California after finishing his software engineering course at the institute.
According to Prof Tripathi, the MNNIT had winessed very good placements this year with at least 30 of our alumni getting selected with packages of more than Rs 10 lakh from global companies like Microsoft and Amazon.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Rinku Singh Rahi - A Man against Corrupt System

Rinku Singh Rahi, is one of PCS officer fighting his battle against corruption in his own Government in Uttar Pradesh, one of most politically powerful state of India. Rinku Singh Rahi is fighting war against his own system and corruption involved in it with sacrifice and price of being honest Civil Servant. He is provincial civil services officer in Uttar Pradesh, who was whisked away by the police in a midnight crackdown in Lucknow, has now sat on his protest fast in Aligarh.  This young blood officer with hope to bring change has been trying to expose corruption in welfare schemes in Uttar Pradesh(UP). The Lucknow police picked up Mr Rahi on Monday night as he sat on a protest fast outside the assembly and allegedly took him to a mental ward in a hospital. But after the doctors rejected the attempt, Rahi was made to leave the city and was sent off to his hometown Aligarh.
Mr Rahi, who is currently posted at a state-run coaching institute for IAS and IPS aspirants in Aligarh, began his fast unto death on Monday demanding a probe into alleged corruption in the Social Welfare Department of the state's Muzzafarnagar district. He has alleged that despite a peaceful protest, the cops first lathicharged his group. And then, he added, they took him to a hospital and urged the staff there to admit to him to a psychiatric ward. "They told me they are taking me to a hospital because I had high blood pressure. But they tried to admit me to a psychiatric ward. The doctors refused to admit me. They said there was no need to treat me. I tried to expose certain scams that happened and so they want to shut me up. This was done on the instructions of the Samajwadi Party. This was well planned," Mr Rahi told NDTV, narrating his ordeal. His journey is from long time, In March 2009, when he was the District Social Welfare Officer in Muzaffarnagar, he was shot at by local mafia - they fired six bullets at him. As a result of the assault, he lost vision in one eye. The attack happened after he reported accounting discrepancies worth Rs. 40 crore to higher authorities. 
So where is New Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, who already facing complaints hooliganism and violent behavior by his partymen and now when a Civil servent try to remove corruption, he is treated like a Criminal by Govt. authorities. Thanks to media channels like NDTV, who raised voice else, Rinku Singh Rahi might be another hero fighting against corrupt system silently and paying high cost for being honest officer. We hope people will raise voice and join hand in fight against corruption with Sh. Rinku singh Rahi.

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Various Jobs in UPPSC, Allahabad

Public Service Commission, Uttar Pradesh (UP PSC), Allahabad (UP) invites Online applications for  following posts : 
Engineer (Mechanical and Electrical) : 01 post
Research Assistant (Backlog) :  05 posts
Statistical Officer Trade Tax : 12 posts
Chief Fire Officer : 01 post
Junior Engineer (Computer) : 50 posts
Junior Engineer (Civil) : 543 posts
Assistant Engineer Traffic and Transportation Planning : 01 post
Assistant District Panchayat Raj Officer (Technical) (Backlog) : 06 posts
Lecturer (Unani) : 14 posts
Principal/Superintendent : 02 posts  in Government Ayurvedic Medical Colleges
Assistant Director (Decorative Art) State Museum, Lucknow : 01 post
Assistant Director (Art ware) under State Museum Lucknow : 01 post
Draftsmen : 01 post
Workshop Superintendent : 12 posts
Lecturer (Engineering subjects) : 248 posts in various Engineering subjects
Lecturer (Non- Engineering subjects) : 16 posts in various Non-Engineering subjects
Lecturer Stenography : 04 posts
Lecturer Physics : 12 posts
Lecturer Chemistry : 08 posts
Lecturer Mathematics : 10 posts
 
Application Fee :  The E-Challan will be used to deposit the fee in any of the branches of State Bank of India or Punjab National Bank by the candidate  to pay the fee as under :
1. Unreserved (General) - Rs. 80/-
2. Other Backward Class - Rs. 80/-
3. Scheduled Caste - Rs. 40/-
4. Scheduled Tribe - Rs. 40/-
How to Apply : Online Application in the prescribed  format should be submitted from 17/03/2012 to 17/04/2012 only at http://uppsc.up.nic.in/Notifications.aspx.
For Job details visit: http://uppsc.up.nic.in/Notifications.aspx

Metro Rail, Nano rail soon for Kanpur, Lucknow, Agra and Varanasi

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister(CM) Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday ordered his officials to prepare feasibility reports for running metro, mono rail and Bus Rapid Transport System (BRTS) in Kanpur, Lucknow, Agra and Varanasi. At a high level meeting, the chief minister also asked the officials concerned to take forward the second phase of Metro rail in Ghaziabad, neighbouring New Delhi.
Asking his officials to take keen interest in infrastructure-related projects and to ensure that the traffic problems in major cities of the state was taken care off, Akhilesh Yadav said public-private partnership (PPP) should be encouraged in the Northern Peripheral Bypass Project in Ghaziabad.

FIR against former SP MLA

A former SP MLA and one other in Balia district booked for allegedly assaulting a BSP worker in Pandeypur village. An FIR was registered against former SP MLA Sanatan Pandey and one Tilak Pandey after a BSP worker, Makhan Singh (65), alleged that Sanatan assaulted him with a stick over a petty issue. Refuting the charges, the former MLA claimed that the allegation is a "political conspiracy to malign him." Sanatan Pandey was elected to Vidhan Sabha on SP ticket from Chilkahar seat in 2007. However, in the recent Assembly elections in the state, he contested from Rasra and was defeated by BSP's Umashanker Singh.

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Jaya Bachchan files Rajya Sabha papers from Uttar Pradesh

Jaya Bachchan on Saturday filed her nomination papers for the Rajya Sabha election as a Samajwadi Party (SP) candidate in the presence of the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Akhilesh Yadav and senior party leaders. The actress, who is the wife of Bollywood icon Amitabh Bachchan, filed her nomination in the presence of Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and cabinet minister Shivpal Yadav. She is the sixth Samajwadi Party nominee to file her nomination for the Upper House. Naresh Agarwal, Kiranmay Nanda, Darshan Singh Yadav, Brijbhushan Tiwari and Munawwar Saleem had yesterday filed their nominations. Samajwadi Party, which has a strength of 225 (with one Independent MLA Raghuraj Pratap Singh alias Raja Bhaiya) in the 403-member Uttar Pradesh Assembly, can send six members to the Rajya Sabha. Jaya, who was a Rajya Sabha member during 2004-10 on an SP ticket, is among the party's six Rajya Sabha nominees. Naresh Agarwal, Kiranmoy Nanda, Darshan Singh Yadav, Brijbhushan Tiwari and Munawwar Saleem are the other candidates who have already filed their nominations. The state sends 10 members to the Rajya Sabha.

Friday, March 16, 2012

UP Govt lift ban from Student Unions Election in Universities and Colleges

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Thursday gave the green signal to elections to student unions in all universities and colleges in the state which had remained suspended during Mayawati's rule. "The Chief Minister directed revival of students unions in all universities and degree colleges in the state after assuming the charge", an official spokesman said here. Akhilesh said students unions elections would be held in all higher education institutions and all universities and degree colleges should be informed about the decision immediately. 
Elections to students unions had remained suspended during BSP rule, which led to widespread protests by student leaders across the state. SP had promised to restore student unions if elected to power. In fact, Akhilesh himself had led an agitation for restoration of the students union, considered as nursery of politics in UP. The student union polls were last held during SP rule in October 2005. The elections were due in 2006 but could not be held following recommendations of JM Lyngdoh committee, they said.

Officers Jobs in KGSG Bank, Varanashi, UP

Kashi Gomti Samyukt Gramin (KGSG) Bank (Sponsored by Union Bank of India), Sigra, Varanasi, (UP) invites ONLINE applications from Indian citizens for the recruitment for various Officers level post:
1. Officer MMG Scale - III 
2. Officer MMG Scale - II
3. Officer JMG Scale - I
How to Apply : Apply Online only at Kashi Gomti Samyukt Gramin Bank website  via sifytest upto 4 april 2012. 
Important dates:
Date of Commencement of Application: 12 March 2012
Date of Closure: 4 April 2012
Date of Closure for Edit: 6 April 2012
Last Date for Reprint: 19 April 2012
For more Jobs visit: http://www.jobkhabar.com/

RADENVIRON 2012 by BBAU, Lucknow from 12-14 April 2012

Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University(BBAU), Lucknow brings International Conference on RADIATION ENVIRONMENT ASSESSMENT, MEASUREMENT and its IMPACT (RADENVIRON – 2012) from April 12-14, 2012. BBAU was established in 1996 and is one of the central universities in the country which is established under the act of parliament. The jurisdiction of this residential University is over the entire state of Uttar Pradesh. The campus Vidya Vihar is located off Rae Bareli Road, about 10 kms south of the Charbagh Railway Station, Lucknow. 
RADENVIRON 2012 THEME: The recent reactor accident that happened at Fukushima, Japan and the incident of rouge source at Mayapuri, New Delhi stress the need for stock taking of the status of technology for avoiding such accidents and for emergency preparedness in case they occur. Further recently there has been significant progress as well as advancement in the study of nuclear radiations in various disciplines such as Medical, Sterilization units, Reactors and Accelerators. It is also essential to spread awareness about the radiation environment and its impact to the general public and the academic peers. There are increasing opportunities for humans to come into contact with radiation in medical care and in various fields of industry such as around reactors, accelerators, sterilization plants, etc. The regulation and control of radiation use based on scientific evidence is essential for the safe and reliable use of radiation. For the researcher and the general public it is essential to know how much radiation exposure occurs from environmental radiation, radioactive substances, and the use of radiation in medicine and other industries as mentioned above. Under these circumstances, we need more precise information on the effects of radiation on humans and on the environment

Lucknow University Exam Scheme 2012 | Date Sheet 2012 | Schedule 2012

Lucknow University Exam Scheme 2012: University of Lucknow has publishes the Lucknow University annual exam schedule/time table 2012 of BA, Bsc, BCom and various UG Courses and PG Courses Part I, II and III examinations dates.For Time Table or Date sheets of Univeristy of Lucknow Annual Examination Schedule 2012 (Practical and Viva Examination ) for following streams. visit: http://www.lkouniv.ac.in/exam_time.htm
B.Sc. I Physics (BP/Imp.)
B.Sc./B.A. Computer Science Practical Exam.
B.Sc. Chem. Back Paper Practical Exam.
UG Chemistry Practical Exam.: Notice
B.Sc. I, II  Chemistry Practical Exam.: Schedule
B.Sc. III Chemistry Practical Exam: Schedule
B.A. III (Statistics), LU Campus
B.A. III (Statistics), LCC
B.Sc. III (Statistics), LCC
B.Sc. III (Statistics), LU Campus
B.Sc. III (Statistics), DAV College
B.Sc./B.A. (Statistics) BP Practical Exam. 2011
B.Sc. I (Statistics), LU Campus (Batch I)
B.Sc. I (Statistics), LU Campus (Batch II)
B.Sc. I (Statistics), LCC
B.Sc. I (Statistics), DAV College
B.Sc. II (Statistics), DAV College
B.Sc. II (Statistics), LU
B.A. II (Statistics), LU Campus
B.A. I (Statistics), LU Campus
Master of Public Health, III Semester

List of Universities in Uttar Pradesh

Universities in Uttar Pradesh: Uttar Pradesh (UP) is home to some of the best universities in India and in the world offering an array of courses in various disciplines. IIT Kanpur, Banaras Hindu University, Aligarh Muslim University, University of Allahabad, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, IMT Gaziabad are some of the universities and institutes in Uttar Pradesh offering the best courses and research options for students. Here is List of Universities in Uttar Pradesh
* Aligarh Muslim University
* Allahabad Agricultural Institute
* Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University
* Banaras Hindu University
* Bhatkhande Music Institute
* Bundelkhand University
* Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies
* Ch. Charan Singh University
* Chandra Shekhar Azad University of Agriculture & Technology
* Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University
* Chhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj Medical Uni
* Dayalbagh Educational Institute
* Deendayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University
* Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar University
* Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Avadh University
* Gurukula Kangri Vishwavidyalaya
* Indian Institute of Information Technology
* Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
* Indian Veterinary Research Institute
* Institute of Management Technology Ghaziabad
* Integral University
* Jagadguru Rambhadracharya Handicapped University
* Jaypee Institute of Information Technology (JIIT)
* King George's Medical University
* M.J.P. Rohilkhand University
* Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth
* Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology
* Narendra Deva University of Agriclture & Technology
* Sampurnanand Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya
* Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences
* Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel University of Agriculture & Technology
* Shobhit University
* U.P. Rajrarshi Tandon Open University
* U.P. King George's University of Dental Science
* University of Allahabad
* University of Lucknow
* Uttar Pradesh Technical University
* V B S Purvanchal University

Sachin tendulkar's 100 Centuries List | Sachin's 100 Hundreds

Sachin tendulkar's 100 Centuries List | Sachin's 100 Hundreds:

No.         Score     Against                         Date                             Format   Venue
100       100           Bangaladesh    16-mar-2012      ODI        Bangladesh
43           163          New Zealand    8-Mar-09             ODI        AMI Stadium, Christchurch
39           100          Pakistan              6-Feb-06              ODI        Arbab Niaz Stadium, Peshawar
19           141          Australia             28-Oct-98            ODI        Bangabandhu Stadium, Dhaka
5              127          Kenya                  18-Feb-96            ODI        Barabati Stadium, Cuttack
27           146          Zimbabwe          8-Dec-00              ODI        Barkatullah Khan Stadium, Jodhpur
31           146         Kenya                  24-Oct-01            ODI        Boland Park, Paarl
34           152          Namibia              23-Feb-03            ODI        City Oval, Pietermaritzburg
33           113          Sri Lanka             11-Jul-02              ODI        County Ground (2), Bristol
22           140*       Kenya                  23-May-99          ODI        County Ground, Bristol
16           100*       Kenya                  31-May-98          ODI        Eden Gardens, Kolkata
6              137          Sri Lanka             2-Mar-96             ODI        Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi
13           100          Australia             7-Apr-98              ODI        Green Park Stadium, Kanpur
29           122*       West Indies       4-Jul-01                ODI        Harare Sports Club, Harare
25           122          South Africa      17-Mar-00           ODI        IPCL Sports Complex Ground (2), Vadodara
41           100*       West Indies       31-Jan-07             ODI        IPCL Sports Complex Ground (3), Vadodara
2              115          New Zealand    28-Oct-94            ODI        IPCL Sports Complex Ground, Vadodara
40           141*       West Indies       14-Sep-06            ODI        Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur
36           102          New Zealand    15-Nov-03           ODI        Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium (2), Hyderabad
24           186*     New Zealand    8-Nov-99             ODI        Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium, Hyderabad
47           120          England               27-Feb-11            ODI        M. Chinnaswamy Stadium (2), Bangalore
12           117       New Zealand    14-May-97          ODI        M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
28           139          Australia             31-Mar-01           ODI        Nehru Stadium, Indore
30           101          South Africa      5-Oct-01               ODI        New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg
7              100          Pakistan              5-Apr-96              ODI        Padang, Singapore
18           127*       Zimbabwe          26-Sep-98            ODI        Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo
9              110       Sri Lanka             28-Aug-96           ODI        R. Premadasa Stadium (2), Colombo
17           128          Sri Lanka             7-Jul-98                ODI        R. Premadasa Stadium (3), Colombo
44           138          Sri Lanka             14-Sep-09            ODI        R. Premadasa Stadium (4), Colombo
1              110          Australia             9-Sep-94              ODI        R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
45           175          Australia             5-Nov-09             ODI        Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad
37           141          Pakistan              16-Mar-04           ODI        Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi
32           105*       England               4-Jul-02                ODI        Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
46           200*       South Africa      24-Feb-10            ODI        Roop Singh Stadium (2), Gwalior
35           100          Australia             26-Oct-03            ODI        Roop Singh Stadium, Gwalior
38           123          Pakistan              12-Apr-05            ODI        Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad
3              105          West Indies       11-Nov-94           ODI        Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur
8              118          Pakistan              15-Apr-96            ODI        Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium (2), Sharjah
14           143          Australia             22-Apr-98            ODI        Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium (3), Sharjah
15           134          Australia             24-Apr-98            ODI        Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium (4), Sharjah
20           118*       Zimbabwe          8-Nov-98             ODI        Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium (5), Sharjah
21           124*       Zimbabwe          13-Nov-98           ODI        Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium (6), Sharjah
26           101          Sri Lanka             20-Oct-00            ODI        Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium (7), Sharjah
4              112*       Sri Lanka             9-Apr-95              ODI        Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah
23           120       Sri Lanka             29-Aug-99           ODI        Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo
42           117*       Australia             2-Mar-08             ODI        Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
48           111          South Africa      12-Mar-11           ODI        Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur
10           114       South Africa      14-Dec-96            ODI        Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
11           104       Zimbabwe          9-Feb-97              ODI        Willowmoore Park, Benoni
1              119*       England               14-Aug-90           TEST       Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester
2              148*       Australia             6-Jan-92               TEST       Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
3              114          Australia             3-Feb-92              TEST       WACA Ground, Perth
4              111          South Africa      28-Nov-92           TEST       Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg
5              165          England               12-Feb-93            TEST       M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
6              104*       Sri Lanka             31-Jul-93              TEST       Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo
7              142          Sri Lanka             19-Jan-94             TEST       K. D. Singh Babu Stadium, Lucknow
8              179          West Indies       2-Dec-94              TEST       Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground, Nagpur
9              122          England               8-Jun-96               TEST       Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham
10           177          England               5-Jul-96                TEST       Trent Bridge, Nottingham
11           169       South Africa      4-Jan-97               TEST       Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town
12           143       Sri Lanka             3-Aug-97              TEST       R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
13           139       Sri Lanka             11-Aug-97           TEST       Sinhalese Sports Club (2), Colombo
14           148       Sri Lanka             4-Dec-97              TEST       Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
15           155*       Australia             9-Mar-98             TEST       M. A. Chidambaram Stadium (2), Chennai
16           177          Australia             26-Mar-98           TEST       M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
17           113          New Zealand    29-Dec-98            TEST       Basin Reserve, Wellington
18           136          Pakistan              31-Jan-99             TEST       M. A. Chidambaram Stadium (3), Chennai
19           124*       Sri Lanka             28-Feb-99            TEST       Sinhalese Sports Club (3), Colombo
20           126*     New Zealand    13-Oct-99            TEST       Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali
21           217       New Zealand    30-Oct-99            TEST       Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad
22           116       Australia             28-Dec-99            TEST       Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
23           122          Zimbabwe          21-Nov-00           TEST       Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi
24           201*       Zimbabwe          26-Nov-00           TEST       Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground (2), Nagpur
25           126          Australia             20-Mar-01           TEST       M. A. Chidambaram Stadium (4), Chennai
26           155          South Africa      3-Nov-01             TEST       Goodyear Park, Bloemfontein
27           103          England               13-Dec-01            TEST       Sardar Patel Stadium (2), Motera, Ahmedabad
28           176          Zimbabwe          24-Feb-02            TEST       Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground (3), Nagpur
29           117          West Indies       20-Apr-02            TEST       Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain
30           193          England               23-Aug-02           TEST       Headingley, Leeds
31           176          West Indies       3-Nov-02             TEST       Eden Gardens, Kolkata
32           241*       Australia             4-Jan-04               TEST       Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
33           194*       Pakistan              29-Mar-04           TEST       Multan Cricket Stadium, Multan
34           248*       Bangladesh        12-Dec-04            TEST       Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka
35           109          Sri Lanka             22-Dec-05            TEST       Feroz Shah Kotla (2), New Delhi
36           101          Bangladesh        19-May-07          TEST       Bir Shrestha Shahid Ruhul Amin Stadium, Chittagong
37           122*       Bangladesh        26-May-07          TEST       Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur
38           154*       Australia             4-Jan-08               TEST       Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
39           153          Australia             25-Jan-08             TEST       Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
40           109          Australia             6-Nov-08             TEST       Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur
41           103*       England               15-Dec-08            TEST       M. A. Chidambaram Stadium (5), Chennai
42           160          New Zealand    20-Mar-09           TEST       Seddon Park, Hamilton
43           100*       Sri Lanka             20-Nov-09           TEST       Sardar Patel Stadium (3), Motera, Ahmedabad
44           105*       Bangladesh        18-Jan-10             TEST       Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong
45           143          Bangladesh        25-Jan-10             TEST       Shere Bangla National Stadium (2), Mirpur
46           100          South Africa      9-Feb-10              TEST       Cricket Association Stadium (2), Nagpur
47           106          South Africa      15-Feb-10            TEST       Eden Gardens, Kolkata
48           203          Sri Lanka             28-Jul-10              TEST       Sinhalese Sports Club (4), Colombo
49           214          Australia             11-Oct-10            TEST       M. Chinnaswamy Stadium (2), Bangalore
50           111*       South Africa      19-Dec-10            TEST       SuperSport Park, Centurion
51           146          South Africa      4-Jan-11               TEST       Newlands Cricket Ground (2), Cape Town

New Tax Slab in Budget 2012-13

New Tax Slab: The Finance minister has raised the income-tax exemption limit to Rs 2 lakh from Rs 1,80,000. No tax will be charged for income upto Rs 2 lakh. A tax of 10% will be charged for income between Rs 2-5 lakh, while 20% will be charged for income between 5-10 lakh and 30% will be charged above 10 lakh.
New Tax Slab in Budget 2012-13
Up to 2 lakh rupees - NIL
2 lakh - 5 lakh rupees - 10%
5 lakh - 10 lakh rupees - 20%
Above 10 lakh rupees - 30%

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Akhilesh makes Raja Bhaiya Minister in Uttar Pradesh

Raghuraj Pratap Singh aka Raja Bhaiya, an independent MLA from Kunda constituency, took oath as a Minister in Uttar Pradesh. The inclusion of Raja Bhaiyya in the Cabinet came as a surprise, given the young chief minister's efforts to break away from the past tag of goonda raj' duringt SP's last rule in the state. During the campaign Akhilesh had said "Samajwadi Party will be strict on law and order. We will not tolerate people with criminal background," he had said. Raja Bhaiya has been elected from Kunda consituency and has several cases against him. While addessing his first press conference after he assumed charge as UP CM, Akhilesh was seen defending Raja Bhaiya by calling all charges against him a part of political conspiracy by opposition.
Some Big Questions for Akhilesh Yadav which Public needs are:
People of UP provides SP absolute majority of 224 seats in the 403-member Assembly, then why Akhilesh need Independent candidate having criminal charges.
SP will remove "Goonda raj", but how ?
Is it end of Mayawati's so called Corrupt System or Beginning of "Susashan"
Is Raja Bhaiya so qualified that, SP didn't find proper replacement in 224 candidates.
Akhilesh Yadav is new face of UP politics and people expects a lot but not that much.  

Akhilesh Yadav sworn in UP Chief Minister

Akhilesh Yadav sworn in as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, the youngest-ever to hold the office. Mr. Yadav at 38 will be the 33rd Chief Minister of the most populous State. He was administered the oath of office by Governor B.L. Joshi. He took oath in the presence of his father, family members, leaders of various political parties and prominent personalities. Nineteen ministers of Cabinet rank were also administered the oath, besides 29 ministers of state.
The function, held at La Martiniere College ground in Lucknow, was attended by members of SP's first family including Mulayam Singh Yadav, Akhilesh's wife Dimple, Union minister Pawan Kumar Bansal, Congress leader Motilal Vohra, Jaya Bachchan, Punjab Chief Minister Prakash Singh Badal, INLD leader Om Prakash Chautala, CPI(M) General Secretary Prakash Karat, CPI leader AB Bardhan and industrialists Anil Ambani and Subrata Roy Sahara. As representatives of BSP supremo and former CM Mayawati, ex-cabinet ministers Naseemuddin Siddiqui and Swami Prasad Maurya were also present. Shortly after being sworn in, Akhilesh, a post-graduate in environmental engineering from Australia, said the first meeting of his cabinet will be held in the evening to take important decisions. "Samajwadi Party will fulfil promises made in the manifesto. Law and order will be our responsibility from today. Action would be taken against officers doing injustice," he told reporters here.

Facebook blocked in Aligarh Muslim University (AMU)

Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has blocked Facebook on the campus, claiming that the content posted on the website could hurt religious sentiments. “This has been done keeping in mind the objectionable posts related to Islam on Facebook. It hurts the religious sentiments of Muslims and may flare up passions,’’ said university spokesperson Rahat Abrar. Interestingly, Abrar himself has a Facebook account. While the order to block the site was issued nearly a fortnight back, there was no official announcement. Students were informed that Facebook had been blocked only when they made queries after the site did not open in the departments. Jasim Mohammad, president of the central university research scholars association, termed the decision as a “curtailment” on their personal freedom. “Facebook is not only an entertainment medium, but helps us remain connected with research scholars abroad. This is a Talibani diktat by the administration,” he said.
Sources said the decision may have been prompted by the use of Facebook by students for mobilising opinion against the university administration on various issues. There is an AMU community account on Facebook which uploads all news related to the university. Last year, when the university saw protests following the death of a student, the AMU community launched a “remove V-C” campaign on Facebook.

Akhilesh Yadav to take oath as Uttar Pradesh CM today

Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav is set to take oath as Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh on Thursday for the first time, after his party gained absolute majority by winning 224 seats in the 403-member Assembly. Akhilesh, 38, will be the state's youngest chief minister and his Cabinet is likely to be a mix of youth and experience. He, however, will have his task cut out fulfilling the long list of promises made by his party in its poll manifesto. Samajwadi Party had announced a slew of poll sops, including providing laptops to intermediate pass students, tablet computers to high-school pass outs, allowance to unemployed youths, free treatment to patients suffering from serious ailments and loan waivers for farmers.
Akhilesh will also have to take a call on constituting a commission for taking legal opinion on providing reservation to Muslims and implementing recommendations of the Ranganath Mishra Commission and the Sachar Committee. The SP leader has said improving law and order situation and rooting out corruption in the state are among his top priorities.

Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi resigns

Union railway minister Dinesh Trivedi on Thursday sent his resignation letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, according to TV reports. The PM is likely to accept Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee's demand to sack Trivedi.  Trivedi came under fire from his own party Trinamool Congress for hiking the fares in the 2012-13 railway budget that he presented on Wednesday. Trinamool Congress chief Banerjee and party leaders trashed the budget, demanding rolling back of hikes in passenger fares. Banerjee sent a letter to the prime minister asking him to remove Trivedi and suggested Mukul Roy's name for the railway minister post as per report.
A US-educated Trivedi, 61, found himself in a piquant situation immediately after he presented his maiden Railway budget in which he proposed an across-the-board hike in passenger fares to mop up an additional Rs.4,000 crore for spending on railway safety. On a cue from TMC boss, Mamata Banerjee, chief minister of West Bengal, party MPs attacked the hike and demanded a roll back in keeping with her populist politics which has resulted in repeated trouble for the UPA government over issues such as FDI in retail and petrol price hike. Banerjee followed up with a public declaration that she will not not allow the fare hike. She complained she had not not been consulted by Trivedi, which he confirmed.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

New Passenger Trains in Rail Budget 2012-13

New Passenger Trains in Rail Budget 2012-13: Rail Budget 2012-13 presented Today (14th March 2012) by Union Railway Minister Mr Dinesh Trivedi is moderate budgets with some new trains, facilities and small hike in rail fare. 
New Passenger trains announced in Rail Budget 2012-13 LIST:
1. Koderma-Nawadih Passenger (6 Days)
2. Sriganganagar-Suratgarh Passenger (Daily)
3. Yerraguntla-Nosam/Nanganapalli Passenger (Daily)
4. Villupuram-Katpadi Passenger (Daily)
5. Gunupur-Palasa (Via Parlakhemundi) Passenger (Daily)
6. Ajmer-Pushkar Passenger (5 Days)
7. Kota-Jhalawar City Passenger (Daily)
8. Bareilly-Kasganj Passenger (Daily)
9. Anandnagar-Barahani Passenger (Daily)
10. Rangiya-Tezpur Passenger (Daily)
11. Mysore-Shravan Belgola (Daily)
12. Jodhpur-Bilara Passenger (Daily)
13. Villupuram-Mayiladuthurai Passenger (Daily)
14. Rohtak-Panipat Passenger (Daily)
15. Miraj-Kurudwadi Passenger (Daily)
16. Phulera-Rewari Passenger (Daily)
17. Mysore-Chamarajanagar Passenger (Daily)
18. Gorakhpur-Siwan Passenger (Daily) via Kaptanganj,Thawe
19. Running of independent Passenger trains between Rewa-Bilaspur & Rewa-Chirmiri by
delinking from 51751/51752 Rewa-Bilaspur Passenger &51753/51754 Rewa-Chirmiri
Passenger
20. Mysore-Birur Passenger via Arsikere (Daily)
21. Jhansi-Tikamgarh Passenger via Lalitpur

Extension of Trains in Rail Budget 2012-13

Extension of Trains in Rail Budget 2012-13: Rail Budget 2012-13 presented Today (14th March 2012) by Union Railway Minister Mr Dinesh Trivedi is moderate budgets with some new trains, facilities and small hike in rail fare. 
Extension of Trains in Rail Budget 2012-13 LIST:
1. 12037/12038 New Delhi-Ludhiana Shatabdi Express on 2 days to Moga
2. 12537/12538 Manduadih-Bapudham Motihari Express to Muzaffarpur
3. 19051/19052 Valsad-Sonpur Express to Muzaffarpur
4. 18417/18418 Bhubaneswar-Jharsuguda Rajya Rani Express to Rourkela
5. 12945/12946 Surat-Varanasi Express to Chhapra
6. 13237/13238/13239/13240 Patna-Mathura Express to Kota
7. 15013/15014 Kathgodam-Delhi Sarai Rohilla Express to Jodhpur
8. 12991/12992 Udaipur-Ajmer Express to Jaipur
9. 16779/16780 Madurai-Tirupati Express to Rameswaram
10. 22609/22610 Palakkad-Mangalore Express to Coimbatore
11. 16227/16228 Bangalore-Shimoga Express to Talguppa
12. 19781/19782/19771/19772 Jaipur-Amritsar Express to Ajmer
13. 18005/18006 Howrah-Koraput Express to Jagdalpur
14. 18207/18208 Durg-Jaipur Express to Ajmer
15. 13155/13156 Kolkata-Darbhanga Express to Sitamarhi
16. 19605/19606 Kolkata-Ajmer Express to Ahmedabad (via Abu Road)
17. 12687/12688 Dehradun-Chennai Express to Madurai (via Erode)
18. 11017/11018 Dadar-Yesvantpur Express to Puducherry (3 days) via Jolarpettai-
Katpadi-Villupuram & to Tirunelveli (3 days) via Dharmapuri-Erode
19. 14553/14554 Delhi-Una Himachal Express to Amb Andaura
20. 12941/12942 Ahmedabad - Asansol Express to Bhavnagar
21. 16649/16650 Mangalore-Thiruvananthapuram Express to Nagercoil
22. 53139/53140 Kolkata-Chittaranjan Passenger to Deoghar
23. 58207/58208 Raipur-Kesinga Passenger to Bhawanipatna
24. 54033/54032 Delhi-Jind Passenger to Narwana
25. 51973/51974 Mathura-Bandikui Passenger to Jaipur
26. 55713/55714 New Jalpaiguri-Bongaigaon Passenger to Tezpur
27. 54043/54044 Jind-Sirsa Passenger to Hisar
28. 54809/54810 Rewari-Degana Passenger to Jodhpur
29. 57502/57503 Bodhan-Nizamabad Passenger to Kamareddi
30. 56011/56012 Arakkonam-Nandalur Passenger to Cuddapah
31. 59117/59122 Pratapnagar-Bodeli Passenger to Chota Udepur
32. 56714/56711 Tiruchchirapalli-Nagore Passenger to Karaikal
33. 54581/54582 Nangal Dam-Una Himachal Passenger to Amb Andaura
34. 66532 Bangalore – Bangarapet Passenger to Marikuppam
35. 66533 Bangarpet –Krishnarajapuram Passenger to Marikuppam.
36. 66602/66603 Coimbatore-Erode MEMU to Salem
37. 78816/78815 Dallirajhara-Durg DEMU to Raipur
38. 74001/74002 Delhi-Muzaffarnagar DEMU to Saharanpur
39. 76818/76813 Velankanni-Nagore DEMU to Karaikal
40. 13243/13244 Patna-Dehri On Son Express to Bhabua Road

Increase in Frequency of Trains in Rail Budget 2012-13

Increase in Frequency of Trains in Rail Budget 2012-13: Rail Budget 2012-13 presented Today (14th March 2012) by Union Railway Minister Mr Dinesh Trivedi is moderate budgets with some new trains, facilities and small hike in rail fare. 
Increase in Frequency of trains announced in Rail Budget 2012-13 LIST:
1. 15903/15904 Dibrugarh-Chandigarh Express 1 to 2 days
2. 12731/12732 Secunderabad-Tirupati Express 2 to 4 days
3. 12069/12070 Raigarh-Gondia Janshatabdi Express 4 to 6 days
4. 17003/17004 Hyderabad-Kolhapur Express 2 to 7 days
5. 22451/22452 Chandigarh-Bandra(T) Express 1 to 2 days
6. 16779/16780 Madurai-Tirupati Express 2 to 3 days
7. 12685/12686 Chennai-Mangalore Express 6 to 7 days
8. 16535/16536 Yesvantpur-Solapur Express 3 to 7 days
9. 12187/12188 Jabalpur-Mumbai (CST) Express 2 to 3 days
10. 14009/14010/14019/14020 Chhindwara-Delhi Sarai Rohilla Express 4 to 7 days
11. 16315/16316 Bangalore-Kochuveli Express 3 days to daily
12. 12641/12642 Nizamuddin Kanniyakumari Express 1 to 2 days
13. 22603/22604 Kharagpur-Villupuram Express from 1 to 2 days
14. 12453/12454 New Delhi-Ranchi Rajdhani Express from 1 to 2 days.
15. 12457/12458 Delhi Sarai Rohilla-Bikaner Superfast Express from 3 to 7 days.
16. 56231/56232 Mysore-Bangalore Passenger 6 to 7 days
17. 56237/56238 Mysore-Bangalore Passenger 6 to 7 days
18. 56223/56224 Bangalore-Arsikere Passenger 6 to 7 days
19. 56523/56524 Bangalore-Hindupur Passenger 6 to 7 days
20. 75705/75706 New Jalpaiguri-Aluabari-Siliguri DEMU from 6 to 7 days.
21. 75707/75708 Radhikapur-New Jalpaiguri DEMU from 6 to 7 days.
22. 75709/75710 Balurghat-New Jalpaiguri DEMU from 6 to 7 days.
23. 12485/12486 Shri Ganganagar-Hazur Sahib Nanded Express from 1 to 3 days.

New MEMU Trains in Rail Budget 2012-13

New MEMU Trains in Rail Budget 2012-13: Rail Budget 2012-13 presented Today (14th March 2012) by Union Railway Minister Mr Dinesh Trivedi is moderate budgets with some new trains, facilities and small hike in rail fare. 
New MEMU trains announced in Rail Budget 2012-13 LIST:
1. Dahod-Anand
2. Anand-Gandhinagar
3. Bina-Bhopal MEMU service in lieu of conventional services.
4. Palakkad -Coimbatore-Erode
5. Ernakulam – Thrissur
6. Adra-Asansol
7. Adra-Bishnupur via Bankura
8. Sealdah-Lalgola

New DEMU Trains in Rail Budget 2012-13

New DEMU Trains in Rail Budget 2012-13: Rail Budget 2012-13 presented Today (14th March 2012) by Union Railway Minister Mr Dinesh Trivedi is moderate budgets with some new trains, facilities and small hike in rail fare.

New DEMU trains announced in Rail Budget 2012-13 LIST:

1. Baripada-Bangriposi (Daily)
2. Masagram-Matnashibpur (Daily)
3. Mannargudi-Trichy-Manamadurai (Daily)
4. Hoshiarpur-Firozpur (Daily)
5. Siliguri-Changrabandha (Daily)
6. Pratapnagar- Chota Udepur (Daily)
7. New Jalpaiguri–Bamanhat DEMU service in lieu of conventional services.
8. Delhi Sarai Rohilla – Farukhnagar (6 days a week)
9. Katwa – Azimganj (Daily)

New Trains in Rail Budget 2012-13 | New Trains List

New Trains in Rail Budget 2012-13: Rail Budget 2012-13 to be announced Today (14th March 2012) at 11:00 AM onwards by Union Railway Minister Mr Dinesh Trivedi. The rail budget for this year has lots of expectations for Uttar Pradesh (UP) people with many key highlights of the budget. Here comes the Live Highlights from Parliament:

New Trains List announced in Rail Budget 2012-13:
trains
1. Kamakhya-Lokmanya Tilak (T) AC Express (Weekly) via Katihar, Mughalsarai, Itarsi
2. Secunderabad-Shalimar AC Express (Weekly) via Vijayawada
3. Bandra (T)- Bhuj AC Express (Tri-Weekly)
4. Delhi Sarai Rohilla-Udhampur AC Express (Tri-Weekly) via Ambala, Jalandhar
5. Coimbatore-Bikaner AC Express (Weekly) via Roha, Vasai Road, Ahmedabad, Jodhpur
6. Kakinada-Secunderabad AC Express (Tri-weekly)
7. Yesvantpur-Kochuveli AC Express (Weekly)
8. Chennai-Bangalore AC Double-decker Express (Daily)
9. Habibganj-Indore AC Double-decker Express (Daily)
10. Howrah-New Jalpaiguri Shatabdi Express (6 days a week) via Malda Town
11. Kamakhya-Tezpur Intercity Express (Daily)
12. Tiruchchirappalli-Tirunelveli Intercity Express (Daily) via Madurai, Virudunagar
13. Jabalpur-Singrauli Intercity Express (Daily) via New Katni Junction
14. Bidar-Secunderabad Intercity Express (6 days a week)
15. Kanpur-Allahabad Intercity Express (Daily)
16. Chhapra-Manduadih Intercity Express (Daily) via Phephna, Rasra, Mau, Aunrihar
17. Ranchi-Dumka Intercity Express (Daily) via Deoghar
18. Barbil-Chakradharpur Intercity Express (Daily) via Dongoaposi, Jhinkpani
19. Secunderabad-Belampalli Intercity Express (Daily) via Kazipet
20. New Jalpaiguri-New Cooch Behar Intercity Express (5 days a week)
21. Ahmedabad-Ajmer Intercity Express (Daily)
22. Dadar (T) – Tirunelveli Express (Weekly) via Roha, Coimbatore, Erode
23. Visakhapatnam-Chennai Express (Weekly)
24. Visakhapatnam-Sai Nagar Shirdi Express (Weekly) via Vijayawada, Manmad
25. Indore-Yesvantpur Express (Weekly) via Itarsi, Narkher, Amravati, Akola, Kacheguda
26. Ajmer-Haridwar Express (Tri-Weekly) via Delhi
27. Amravati-Pune Express (Bi-weekly) via Akola, Purna and Latur
28. Kacheguda-Madurai Express (Weekly) via Dharmavaram, Pakala, Jolarpettai
29. Bikaner-Puri Express (Weekly) via Jaipur, Kota, Katni Murwara, Jharsuguda, Sambalpur
30. Secunderabad-Darbhanga Express (Bi-weekly) via Ballarshah, Jharsuguda, Rourkela, Ranchi, Jhajha
31. Bilaspur-Patna Express (Weekly) via Asansol, Jhajha
32. Howrah-Raxual Express (Bi-weekly) via Asansol, Jhajha, Barauni
33. Bhubaneswar-Bhawanipatna Link Express (Daily) via Vizianagaram
34. Puri-Yesvantpur Garib Rath Express (Weekly) via Visakhapatnam, Guntur
35. Sai Nagar Shirdi-Pandharpur Express (Tri-weekly) via Kurduwadi
36. Bhubaneswar-Tirupati Express (Weekly) via Visakhapatnam, Gudur
37. Visakhapatnam-Lokmanya Tilak (T) Express (Weekly) via Titlagarh, Raipur
38. Howrah-Lalkuan Express (Weekly) via Mughalsarai, Varanasi, Lucknow
39. Kolkata-Jaynagar Express (Weekly) via Asansol, Jhajha, Barauni
40. Dibrugarh-Kolkata Express (Weekly)
41. Firozpur-Sriganganagar Express (Daily) via Fazilka, Abohar
42. Jaipur-Secunderabad Express (Weekly) via Nagda, Bhopal, Narkher, Amravati, Akola
43. Okha-Jaipur Express (Weekly) via Palanpur, Ajmer
44. Adilabad-Hazur Sahib Nanded Express (Daily) via Mudkhed
45. Shalimar-Chennai Express (Weekly)
46. Mysore-Sai Nagar Shirdi Express (Weekly) via Bangalore, Dharmavaram, Bellary
47. Valsad-Jodhpur Express (Weekly) via Palanpur, Marwar
48. Porbander-Secunderabad Express (Weekly) via Viramgam, Vasai Road
49. Bandra (T) – Delhi Sarai Rohilla Express (Weekly) via Palanpur, Phulera
50. Hapa-Madgaon Express (Weekly) via Vasai Road, Roha
51. Bikaner-Bandra(T) Express (Weekly) via Jodhpur, Marwar, Ahmedabad
52. Ahmedabad-Gorakhpur Express (Weekly) via Palanpur, Jaipur, Mathura, Farrukhabad, Kanpur
53. Durg-Jagdalpur Express (Tri-Weekly) via Titlagarh
54. Mannargudi-Tirupati Express (Tri-Weekly) via Thiruvarur, Villupuram, Katpadi
55. Gandhidham-Bandra (T) Express (Weekly) via Morbi
56. Kota-Hanumangarh Express (Daily) via Jaipur, Degana, Bikaner
57. Jhansi-Mumbai Express (Weekly) via Gwalior, Maksi, Nagda
58. Secunderabad-Nagpur Express (Triweekly) via Kazipet
59. Kanpur-Amritsar Express (Weekly) via Farrukhabad, Bareilly
60. Chappra-Lucknow Express (Tri-Weekly) via Masrakh, Thawe, Padrauna
61. Karimnagar-Tirupati Express (Weekly) via Pedapalli
62. Anandvihar-Haldia Express (Weekly) via Mughalsarai, Gomoh, Purulia
63. Barrackpore-Azamgarh Express (Weekly) via Jhajha, Ballia, Mau
64. Indore-Rewa Express (Tri-weekly) via Bina
65. Running of independent train between Jabalpur-Hazrat Nizamuddin by delinking from 12405/12406 Bhusawal-Hazrat Nizamuddin and 12409/12410 Raigarh-Nizamuddin Gondwana Express
66. Darbhanga-Ajmer Express (Weekly) via Raxaul, Sitapur, Bareilly, Kasganj, Mathura
67. Solapur-Yesvantpur Express (Tri-weekly) via Gulbarga
68. Chennai-Puri Express (Weekly)
69. Hyderabad-Ajmer Express (Weekly) via Manmad, Itarsi, Ratlam
70. Asansol-Chennai Express (Weekly) via Purulia, Sambalpur, Vizianagaram
71. Shalimar-Bhuj Express (Weekly) via Bilaspur, Katni, Bhopal
72. Amritsar-Hazur Sahib Nanded Express (Weekly)
73. Santragachi-Ajmer Express (Weekly) via Kharagpur, Chandil, Barkakana, Katni, Kota
74. Malda Town-Surat Express (Weekly) via Rampur Hat, Asansol, Nagpur
75. Dwarka-Somnath Express (Daily) 


Passenger Trains
1. Koderma-Nawadih Passenger (6 Days)
2. Sriganganagar-Suratgarh Passenger (Daily)
3. Yerraguntla-Nosam/Nanganapalli Passenger (Daily)
4. Villupuram-Katpadi Passenger (Daily)
5. Gunupur-Palasa (Via Parlakhemundi) Passenger (Daily)
6. Ajmer-Pushkar Passenger (5 Days)
7. Kota-Jhalawar City Passenger (Daily)
8. Bareilly-Kasganj Passenger (Daily)
9. Anandnagar-Barahani Passenger (Daily)
10. Rangiya-Tezpur Passenger (Daily)
11. Mysore-Shravan Belgola (Daily)
12. Jodhpur-Bilara Passenger (Daily)
13. Villupuram-Mayiladuthurai Passenger (Daily)
14. Rohtak-Panipat Passenger (Daily)
15. Miraj-Kurudwadi Passenger (Daily)
16. Phulera-Rewari Passenger (Daily)
17. Mysore-Chamarajanagar Passenger (Daily)
18. Gorakhpur-Siwan Passenger (Daily) via Kaptanganj,Thawe
19. Running of independent Passenger trains between Rewa-Bilaspur & Rewa-Chirmiri by
delinking from 51751/51752 Rewa-Bilaspur Passenger &51753/51754 Rewa-Chirmiri
Passenger
20. Mysore-Birur Passenger via Arsikere (Daily)
21. Jhansi-Tikamgarh Passenger via Lalitpur

MEMU1. Dahod-Anand
2. Anand-Gandhinagar
3. Bina-Bhopal MEMU service in lieu of conventional services.
4. Palakkad -Coimbatore-Erode
5. Ernakulam – Thrissur
6. Adra-Asansol
7. Adra-Bishnupur via Bankura
8. Sealdah-Lalgola
DEMU
1. Baripada-Bangriposi (Daily)
2. Masagram-Matnashibpur (Daily)
3. Mannargudi-Trichy-Manamadurai (Daily)
4. Hoshiarpur-Firozpur (Daily)
5. Siliguri-Changrabandha (Daily)
6. Pratapnagar- Chota Udepur (Daily)
7. New Jalpaiguri–Bamanhat DEMU service in lieu of conventional services.
8. Delhi Sarai Rohilla – Farukhnagar (6 days a week)
9. Katwa – Azimganj (Daily)

Extension of Trains1. 12037/12038 New Delhi-Ludhiana Shatabdi Express on 2 days to Moga
2. 12537/12538 Manduadih-Bapudham Motihari Express to Muzaffarpur
3. 19051/19052 Valsad-Sonpur Express to Muzaffarpur
4. 18417/18418 Bhubaneswar-Jharsuguda Rajya Rani Express to Rourkela
5. 12945/12946 Surat-Varanasi Express to Chhapra
6. 13237/13238/13239/13240 Patna-Mathura Express to Kota
7. 15013/15014 Kathgodam-Delhi Sarai Rohilla Express to Jodhpur
8. 12991/12992 Udaipur-Ajmer Express to Jaipur
9. 16779/16780 Madurai-Tirupati Express to Rameswaram
10. 22609/22610 Palakkad-Mangalore Express to Coimbatore
11. 16227/16228 Bangalore-Shimoga Express to Talguppa
12. 19781/19782/19771/19772 Jaipur-Amritsar Express to Ajmer
13. 18005/18006 Howrah-Koraput Express to Jagdalpur
14. 18207/18208 Durg-Jaipur Express to Ajmer
15. 13155/13156 Kolkata-Darbhanga Express to Sitamarhi
16. 19605/19606 Kolkata-Ajmer Express to Ahmedabad (via Abu Road)
17. 12687/12688 Dehradun-Chennai Express to Madurai (via Erode)
18. 11017/11018 Dadar-Yesvantpur Express to Puducherry (3 days) via Jolarpettai-
Katpadi-Villupuram & to Tirunelveli (3 days) via Dharmapuri-Erode
19. 14553/14554 Delhi-Una Himachal Express to Amb Andaura
20. 12941/12942 Ahmedabad - Asansol Express to Bhavnagar
21. 16649/16650 Mangalore-Thiruvananthapuram Express to Nagercoil
22. 53139/53140 Kolkata-Chittaranjan Passenger to Deoghar
23. 58207/58208 Raipur-Kesinga Passenger to Bhawanipatna
24. 54033/54032 Delhi-Jind Passenger to Narwana
25. 51973/51974 Mathura-Bandikui Passenger to Jaipur
26. 55713/55714 New Jalpaiguri-Bongaigaon Passenger to Tezpur
27. 54043/54044 Jind-Sirsa Passenger to Hisar
28. 54809/54810 Rewari-Degana Passenger to Jodhpur
29. 57502/57503 Bodhan-Nizamabad Passenger to Kamareddi
30. 56011/56012 Arakkonam-Nandalur Passenger to Cuddapah
31. 59117/59122 Pratapnagar-Bodeli Passenger to Chota Udepur
32. 56714/56711 Tiruchchirapalli-Nagore Passenger to Karaikal
33. 54581/54582 Nangal Dam-Una Himachal Passenger to Amb Andaura
34. 66532 Bangalore – Bangarapet Passenger to Marikuppam
35. 66533 Bangarpet –Krishnarajapuram Passenger to Marikuppam.
36. 66602/66603 Coimbatore-Erode MEMU to Salem
37. 78816/78815 Dallirajhara-Durg DEMU to Raipur
38. 74001/74002 Delhi-Muzaffarnagar DEMU to Saharanpur
39. 76818/76813 Velankanni-Nagore DEMU to Karaikal
40. 13243/13244 Patna-Dehri On Son Express to Bhabua Road

Increase in Frequency

1. 15903/15904 Dibrugarh-Chandigarh Express 1 to 2 days
2. 12731/12732 Secunderabad-Tirupati Express 2 to 4 days
3. 12069/12070 Raigarh-Gondia Janshatabdi Express 4 to 6 days
4. 17003/17004 Hyderabad-Kolhapur Express 2 to 7 days
5. 22451/22452 Chandigarh-Bandra(T) Express 1 to 2 days
6. 16779/16780 Madurai-Tirupati Express 2 to 3 days
7. 12685/12686 Chennai-Mangalore Express 6 to 7 days
8. 16535/16536 Yesvantpur-Solapur Express 3 to 7 days
9. 12187/12188 Jabalpur-Mumbai (CST) Express 2 to 3 days
10. 14009/14010/14019/14020 Chhindwara-Delhi Sarai Rohilla Express 4 to 7 days
11. 16315/16316 Bangalore-Kochuveli Express 3 days to daily
12. 12641/12642 Nizamuddin Kanniyakumari Express 1 to 2 days
13. 22603/22604 Kharagpur-Villupuram Express from 1 to 2 days
14. 12453/12454 New Delhi-Ranchi Rajdhani Express from 1 to 2 days.
15. 12457/12458 Delhi Sarai Rohilla-Bikaner Superfast Express from 3 to 7 days.
16. 56231/56232 Mysore-Bangalore Passenger 6 to 7 days
17. 56237/56238 Mysore-Bangalore Passenger 6 to 7 days
18. 56223/56224 Bangalore-Arsikere Passenger 6 to 7 days
19. 56523/56524 Bangalore-Hindupur Passenger 6 to 7 days
20. 75705/75706 New Jalpaiguri-Aluabari-Siliguri DEMU from 6 to 7 days.
21. 75707/75708 Radhikapur-New Jalpaiguri DEMU from 6 to 7 days.
22. 75709/75710 Balurghat-New Jalpaiguri DEMU from 6 to 7 days.
23. 12485/12486 Shri Ganganagar-Hazur Sahib Nanded Express from 1 to 3 days.

Rail Budget 2012 for Uttar Pradesh (UP) - New Trains

Rail Budget 2012-13 for Uttar Pradesh(UP): Rail Budget 2012-13 to be announced Today (14th March 2012) at 11:00 AM onwards by Union Railway Minister Mr Dinesh Trivedi. The rail budget for this year has lots of expectations for Uttar Pradesh(UP) people with many key highlights of the budget. Here comes the Live Highlights from Parliament:

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Vijay Bahuguna sworn in as Uttarakhand Chief Minister

Vijay Bahuguna sworn in as Uttarakhand Chief Minister (CM) today. He took oath today, 13 March 2012 at 5:00 PM in presence of Governor of Uttarakhand and Congress leaders. BJP former CM Nishak was also present in oath taking ceremony held today in Uttarakhand capital.
Meanwhile there is reported buzz that, Mr Rawat has written a letter to Congress President Sonia Gandhi, saying, "he cannot execute his duties" as a Congress leader anymore unless he is made the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand. This was the second time that Mr Rawat's claim has been ignored as some ten years back ND Tiwari was made the Chief Minister almost at the 11th hour by the party leadership.

Facebook down in India

Facebook down in India today on 13th March 2012. From last 30 Minutes, since 9:00 AM, there is not response of Facebook URL www.facebook.com, it there some server problem or Facebook is down in Whole india, like recent down reported in Europe and other part of world. While opening facebook we are getting following message:

Server not found      
          Firefox can't find the server at www.facebook.com

How come we come to know whether it’s a temporary shutdown for any maintenance or something else. Anyways we can’t do anything instead of just waiting so we better wait for any official statement from their side and in meanwhile Facebook work on Mobile application on its URL https://m.facebook.com/ , A MINI FACEBOOK, you can say :)

Monday, March 12, 2012

New Uttarakhand CM is Vijay Bahuguna of Congress

Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad has announced that party MP Vijay Bahuguna will be the new Chief Minister of Uttarakhand. Commenting on the announcement, Bahuguna said, “I will take all sections of the party along and there will be no breakup." Earlier, the party indicated that it has not closed any options and even an MP can be considered for the top job in the state. The indication comes a day after marathon meetings senior leaders Ghulam Nabi Azad and AICC General Secretary Chaudhary Birender Singh had with Union Minister Harish Rawat and MP Vijay Bahugana, both contenders for Chief Ministership in the hill state. The party had earlier signalled it would prefer an MLA for the post. Talking to reporters outside Parliament on Monday, Azad said the decision in this regard would be announced either Monday or Tuesday. Meanwhile, Union Minister Harish Rawat-- a front-runner for the CM post, said he was "hopeful that Uttarkahand can have a chief minister today itself". Asked if he would be disappointed if he does not become the Chief Minister, Rawat said, "I am a soldier... soldier should have the habit of smiling on all occasions."

Saturday, March 10, 2012

Akhilesh Yadav to be sworn in as CM on 15th March

Akhilesh Yadav, who scripted spectacular success in the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections with an image makeover for Samajwadi Party, will be the new and youngest Chief Minister of the state, representing a generational shift in its politics. The 38-year-old leader will be sworn in as chief minister around 1 PM on 15th March along with other members of the cabinet. Ending all speculation, Akhilesh, son of SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav, was elected leader of the SP legislature party unanimously after senior leader Azam Khan, who is said to have had some reservations, proposed his name. It was seconded by Mulayam's brother Shivpal Singh Yadav, who also reportedly had some misgivings initially about handing over chiefministership to the young leader who is credited in a major way with reviving the party's fortunes in the elections.
His predecessor Mayawati was 39 when she first became chief minister in 1995 in a coalition government with support from SP. Shortly after the election at the legislature party meeting which included MPs, Akhilesh Yadav told reporters that his government would implement all the promises made in the SP manifesto without discrimination of caste and religion because people cutting across all castes and religions have given a mandate to the party. Tackling law and order will be his government's priority, he said, adding honest officers would be appointed to deal with the issue.

Various Jobs in Indian Railways by RRB - March 2012

Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) invites applications for various post as per Employment Notice No. 01/2012. Indian railways invites applications in the prescribed format from eligible Indian Nationals for filling up of various jobs in different Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs) and Zonal Railways  and other Railway organisation. Application should be sent directly to the respective RRBs / Zonal Ofifces :
1. Sr. Section Engineers 
Total Post: 1403 posts of Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and S&T Departments
2. Junior Engineer 
Total Post: 4784 posts of  Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and S&T Departments
3. Senior P-Way Supervisor 
Total Post: 160 posts
4. Chief Depot Material Superintendent 
Total Post: 37 posts
5. Depot Material Superintendent 
Total Post : 65 posts
Application Fee : Rs.60/- for the OBC candidates only in the form of IPO / DD in favour of Assistant Secretary/Secretary/ Member Secretary/ Chairman of  concerned RRB where candidate wants to apply. No examination fees for SC / ST / Ex-Servicemen / Physically Handicapped / Women / Minorities / Economically backward classes candidates having annual family income less than Rs. 50000/-.
How to Apply: Application in the prescribed format should be send to the Assistant Secretary/ Member Secretary of the concerned RRB where candidate want to apply on or before 09/04/2012. (For candidates of far-flung areas, the last date is 24/04/2012) Candidates can also apply online at respective RRB websites. The envelope containing the application should be clearly super-scribed “Application for the Post/s of ___________Category No./s ________Centralised Employment Notice No. 01/2012 of RRB/ , Community (SC/ST/OBC/PWD/Ex-SM)”.
For RRB Notification visit: http://www.rrbbbs.gov.in/CEN%20No.01-2012.pdf