Bi-Weekly Mumbai-Delhi Rajdhani Begins Operations Tomorrow


The train will take halts at Kalyan, Nasik Road, Jalgaon, Bhopal, Jhansi and Agra Cantonment stations.

New Delhi: 

A bi-weekly Rajdhani Express train between Mumbai and Delhi will begin operations tomorrow. The train will also run on Sunday, January 20, from Delhi.

In Mumbai, the train will leave from and arrive at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) and in Delhi, the arrival and departure will take place from Hazarat Nizamuddin station.

Train number 22221 Mumbai-Hazarat Nizamuddin Bi-weekly Rajdhani Express will leave Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai on every Wednesday and Saturday at 2:50 pm and will arrive at Hazarat Nizamuddin at 10:20 am next day.

Similarly, train number 22222 Hazarat Nizamuddin-Mumbai bi-weekly Rajdhani Express will leave Hazarat Nizamuddin on every Thursday and Sunday at 4:15 pm and will arrive at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai at 11:55 am next day.

The train will take halts at Kalyan, Nasik Road, Jalgaon, Bhopal, Jhansi and Agra Cantonment stations.





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Countdown To Teaser Begins. Here’s An Update


New Delhi: 

Bharat teaser might release soon. Yes, you read that right. Atul Agnihotri, the producer of Salman Khan’s much-awaited film, shared an update about it and wrote, “Countdown begins. Bharat teaser.” In his social media post, Atul Agnihotri has shared a video clip, which shows a certificate given to the teaser by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) and the title reads ‘Teaser No. 1 of film Bharat.’ The video ends with a shot of an unseen person waving the national flag. Salman Khan, we just can’t wait to see Bharat teaser. Earlier, media reports suggested that the teaser might release on the Republic Day, but there hasn’t been any official confirmation about it.

Take a look at Atul Agnihotri’s post here.

 

 

After Salman Khan’s 53rd birthday in December, Bharat director Ali Abbas Zafar tweeted that they will unveil details about the film on a ‘special date.’ “We are still shooting for the film. Naye saal mein nayi film ki baat karenge. Naam Bharat hai, date bhi special hogi,” read an excerpt from his tweet.

 

 

Salman is currently shooting for Bharat in Mumbai. A 10,000 square-foot gym has also been constructed for him on the sets.

Bharat, the Hindi adaptation of South Korean film Ode To My Father, is a circus drama set in the Sixties. Katrina Kaif co-stars opposite Salman in the film.

 

 

 

 

Bharat also stars Disha Patani, Tabu, Jackie Shroff, Sunil Grover and Nora Fatehi while Varun Dhawan has filmed a cameo.

Bharat is expected to hit the screens on Eid 2019





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First Session Of Newly Elected Telangana Assembly Begins


K. Chandrashekhar Rao was the first to take oath as Member of the Legislative Assembly. (File)

Hyderabad: 

Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao was the first to take oath as Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) as the session was chaired by pro-tem Speaker Mumtaz Ahmed Khan of the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM).

The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) President, who was re-elected from Gajwel constituency in the December election, took oath immediately after the session began. After him, other MLAs took oath in alphabetical order.

Mumtaz Ahmed Khan, the senior most member of the Assembly, on Wednesday took oath as the pro-tem Speaker.

Bharatiya Janata Party’s lone MLA Raja Singh has already announced that he will not take oath from Mumtaz Khan as his party was against Hindus.

Before the beginning of the session, KCR, as the Chief Minister is popularly known, and all MLAs of the TRS paid tributes at the Telangana Martyrs’ memorial in front of the Assembly building.

The schedule of election to the Speaker will be announced later in the day and the nomination process would commence. The Speaker’s election would take place on Friday.

KCR has appealed to the opposition to cooperate in the unanimous election of the Speaker.

Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan will address the House on January 19. The next day the House will introduce the motion of thanks to the Governor’s address and adopt the same.

KCR, who led the TRS to a landslide victory, took oath as the Chief Minister for a second term on December 13. Mohammad Mehmood Ali, a member of the Legislative Council, was the only minister to take oath along with the TRS chief.

KCR is likely to expand his cabinet later in January.

TRS bagged 88 seats in the 119-member Assembly.

In December, the government also named Elvis Stephenson as the MLA from the Anglo-Indian community. He also took oath as MLA on Thursday.





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Google’s Transition to 64-Bit Apps Begins in August, 32-Bit Support to End in 2021


Google’s Transition to 64-Bit Apps Begins in August, 32-Bit Support to End in 2021

Support for non-64-bit apps ends in August, 2021 without any exceptions

In a bid to deliver better software experience on devices powered by 64-bit processors in the upcoming ­years, Google aims to shift towards a 64-bit app ecosystem. The company has now shed more light on the transition and has announced that developers will have to submit a 64-bit version of their Android apps starting August this year. This move will eventually culminate in a universal implementation of the 64-bit app policy that will be enforced in 2021, after which, Google will no longer host 32-bit apps on the Play Store accessed on a device based on 64-bit hardware.

Google announced the move towards 64-bit apps in 2017, claiming that apps with 64-bit code offer significantly better performance. However, the search giant did not provide any details regarding the exceptions to the new rule or when the Play Store will cease to serve 32-bit apps. Google has now revealed that starting August 1 this year, developers must submit 64-bit versions of all new apps and app updates, alongside the old 32-bit versions prior to their publishing from the Play Store.

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Google Play’s official timeline for the transition to 64-bit apps

But there will be a few exceptions to this rule. Google Play will keep pushing 32-bit updates for games built on the Unity 5.6 development platform or an older version. However, this will continue only until August 1, 2021. Additionally, APKs and app bundles designed for the Wear OS and Android TV platform which don’t have support for the 64-bit code will be exempt from the rule. Lastly, all apps and package kits for Google’s mobile OS that are not targeted at devices running Android Pie or a later version will also be excluded from the 64-bit-only requirement.

However, it doesn’t mean that Google Play will altogether shun 32-bit apps. Google Play will only stop showing 32-bit apps on devices whose processor supports 64-bit architecture. However, if developers have submitted a 64-bit version of the particular app, it will be listed on the Play Store when it is accessed on a 64-bit supported device. Also, Google Play will continue to serve 32-bit apps as long as they are being used on hardware based on the 32-bit architecture. 



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Hardik Pandya-KL Rahul talks to BCCI CEO, investigation against them begins


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M Nageswara Rao, Interim CBI Chief, Begins Process Of Making Structural Changes: Officials


The centre had given charge of the agency to Joint Director M Nageswara Rao (File Photo)

New Delhi: 

CBI interim chief M Nageswara Rao has started the process of making structural changes in the Central Bureau of Investigation in order to streamline the work load on various zones of the agency across the country, officials said.

Several senior officers have raised the issue of uneven distribution of work in various zones which is affecting the ongoing probes and work force distribution.

Normally the issues such as these are discussed in the quarterly review meeting of all the joint directors and deputy inspector general when they converge at New Delhi headquarters of the agency.

The last quarterly meeting scheduled in December last year did not take place as the Supreme Court had barred Mr Rao, in his first tenure as acting director, from taking any policy decisions.

In a controversial order on October 23, 2018, the government had divested the powers of the then CBI director Alok Verma and Special Director Rakesh Asthana sending them on forced leave as both had accused each other of corruption.

The move was taken after a bitter battle between the two top officials of the agency spilled in the public domain. A corruption case was filed against Rakesh Asthana. A plea to quash it has been rejected by the Delhi High Court.

The government had given charge of the agency to Joint Director Mr Rao, who was later promoted as additional director.

On a plea of Mr Verma, challenging the forced leave order of the government, the Supreme Court had directed Mr Rao to not take any major policy decision.

The Supreme Court had re-instated Mr Verma on January 8 this year, setting aside government order to send him on forced leave.

Within 48 hours, a high powered committee comprising of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Justice AK Sikri and Leader of Congress in Lok Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge in a split verdict, decided to transfer Mr Verma as Director General Fire Services.

Following the decision, Mr Rao was again given the charge of the agency.

Mr Rao has now moved a proposal among all the joint directors seeking their comments on the restructuring of zones as the previous restrictions imposed by the Supreme Court do not apply in his fresh term, officials said.

Each zone will have a Special Crime branch and an Economic Offences branch in addition to the Anti-Corruption Branches with co-terminus jurisdiction of respective zone, a proposal circulated among all the CBI offices said.

According to the proposal, Anti-Corruption Branch of Bengaluru will be reporting to Chennai zone. It is reporting to Hyderabad which has just three branches under it.

Hyderabad zone will also look after the works of the Anti-Corruption branches of Raipur, Jabalpur and Bhopal.

Mumbai zone will get two new branches, under it a special crime and an Anti-Corruption based in Nagpur, taking the tally from current five to seven branches under it.





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Novak Djokovic Begins Seventh Australian Open Title Bid With Romp


Novak Djokovic began his bid for a record seventh Australian Open title in easy fashion Tuesday, crushing 230th-ranked American Mitchell Krueger 6-3, 6-2, 6-2 on Rod Laver Arena. The world number one had reached the Australian Open second round for 13 consecutive years and that streak was never threatened by the qualifier, who was making his debut at Melbourne Park. Djokovic, appearing in his 300th Grand Slam match, did drop his second service game to go 1-2 behind in the first set but broke back immediately and went on to record his 259th match win in a major against a gritty but outclassed opponent. “Playing him for the first time I didn’t know what to expect,” said the Serbian top seed. “He was very competitive and I had to work hard. I enjoyed it, hope you did too,” he said.

Djokovic closed out last season magnificently, making an astonishing climb back from outside the world’s top 20 in June, winning Wimbledon and the US Open on the way to reclaiming the number one ranking in November.

It was a stark contrast to the way he exited Melbourne a year ago at the hands of South Korea’s Chung Hyeon in the last 16. 

He then struggled as elbow surgery was followed by a string of poor results.

Djokovic will take a trip down memory lane next when he plays old foe Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the second round.

Frenchman Tsonga was on the losing side in the 2008 Australian Open final as Djokovic won his first of 14 Grand Slams.

“I have great respect for Jo,” said Djokovic. “We will face each other again on this great court, hopefully. I am looking forward to it.”

Former world number four Tsonga missed seven months of 2018 after knee surgery and needed a wildcard to get into the tournament after his ranking dropped outside the top 200.

But the unseeded 33-year-old, who has also reached five Grand Slam semi-finals in his career, will be a dangerous opponent, having enjoyed a run to the last four in his comeback tournament at Brisbane.

And Tsonga is one of only three players to have recorded wins against Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal while they were ranked number one. The other two are Andy Murray and Juan Martin del Potro.

“If anyone has some advice how to play him, come and see me in my locker room,” Djokovic joked.



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Raising Objection Begins On January 14; Details Here


The facility for raising objections towards RRB Group D answer key will open on January 14

New Delhi: 

RRB Group D answer key challenge will begin on the official websites of various regional RRBs from January 14 the preliminary keys which were released online on Friday. The facility for raising objections towards the RRB Group D answer key will be open till January 19, 2019. To view the RRB Group F question paper in which the candidates had appeared in the Computer-Based Test (CBT) for Level 1 (Group D) posts with the options selected by them and the correct answer key, they may login with their credentials and click on the response sheet tab.

The Railway Recruitment Board or RRB held the recruitment exam for more than 60,000 posts in Indian Railways from September to December last year. 

The RRBs, the official hiring arm of Indian Railways, will release the results after finalizing the answer keys after receiving objections from the candidates.

RRB Group D answer key challenge schedule

Raising of objections on the questions or options and fee payment begins: January 14, 2019 at 17:00 hrs

Closing of the Objection raising and payment window: January 19, 2019 at 23:59 hrs

RRB Group D answer key challenge: Fee

The fee for raising objection towards RRB Group D answer key is Rs 50/- per question. 

In case the objection raised is found to be correct, the fee paid against such valid objections shall be refunded to the candidate. 

RRB Group D answer key challenge: Procedure

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RRB Group D answer key: The challenge process will kick start from January 14

For raising objections towards the answer keys, the candidates have to select the question ID from among the dropdown list. Therefore, in order to raise objection, the question ID has to be noted for selecting the same from the drop down list. 

Further, in case candidates want to raise an objection as an incorrect answer key then they have to note the correct option ID from the FOUR option IDs available on the top right corner of the question. The correct option ID may be selected from the drop down list of option IDs and then submitted. 

Similarly for other type of objections such as All options incorrect, Incorrect / Ambiguous question, Multiple correct answers, Translation error, Any other mistake etc, the candidates may select the type of objection and furnish reason/supporting references in the explanation box. 

The candidates have to first decide based on the review, as to for how many questions they wish to raise objection and then start raising the objection as detailed above. 

On completion of the objection(s), the fee amount equal to Rs 50/number of questions for which objection has been raised will be displayed for making the payment online either through Net Banking or Debit/Credit Card. The objection raised shall be accepted only on successful completion of payment. Objections raised without making the prescribed fee will not be considered.

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Ranveer Singh Begins Training For ’83. Shares Pic From The Prep Session


New Delhi: 

Ranveer Singh, who is currently basking in on the success of his last release Simmba, has started gearing up for his forthcoming film ‘83. On Saturday, the actor shared a picture from his preparatory session on his Instagram profile. Ranveer, who will be seen playing the role of Kapil Dev in the film, can be seen posing with a bat in the picture. Besides Ranveer, the film’s director Kabir Khan also shared the picture on his Instagram profile and captioned it: “Training begins… #83.” Minutes after Ranveer shared the picture on his Instagram profile, it went crazy viral and it garnered over 2 lakh likes within a few minutes. ’83 is based on India’s historic victory in 1983 cricket World Cup. The team was captained by Kapil Dev.

Take a look at Ranveer Singh’s post here:

 

 

Meanwhile, according to several reports, Ranveer Singh’s actress wife Deepika Padukone might be seen playing the role of Ranveer’s onscreen wife in the film. A recent Deccan Chronicle report stated that Deepika has been approached to play the role of Romi Bhatia in the film and if she agrees to do the role, she will have a short appearance in the film.”Her role requires just seven days of shooting. The filmmakers believe the part where Romi Bhatia left the stadium mid-way assuming that West Indies will win the 1983 World Cup final, and the difficulties she encountered in coming back into the stadium when India was on the verge of winning, can be well emoted by Deepika,”a source told Deccan Chronicle.

As part of his preparatory sessions of the film, the actor visited the Lord’s Cricket Ground last year. He also shared pictures with Sachin Tendulkar and ‘83 director Kabir Khan.

 

 

 

 

During an interview with news agency IANS, Ranveer said that he feels “honoured” to be a part of the film which is based on India’s iconic win at 1983 Cricket World Cup. “It is an absolute honour to have been able to lead an ensemble of characters that are so significant in our history,” said Ranveer Singh.

Directed by Kabir Khan, ‘83, is expected to release on April 10, 2020. Ranveer Singh will next be seen in Zoya Akhtar’s Gully Boy, which also stars Alia Bhatt.





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