Shatrughan Sinha and Hardik Patel will share the Stage against BJPs policies in Chitrakoot


खास बातें

  1. BJP की नीतियों के खिलाफ मंच साझा करेंगे शत्रुघ्न सिन्हा और हार्दिक
  2. चित्रकूट में रैली के दौरान एक साथ दिखेंगे शत्रुघ्न और हार्दिक
  3. ‘आप’ नेता सांसद संजय सिंह भी मंच साझा करेंगे

प्रयागराज : केंद्र और राज्य में सत्तारूढ़ भाजपा सरकार की नीतियों के खिलाफ चित्रकूट में बुधवार को एक रैली में भाजपा सांसद शत्रुघ्न सिन्हा, पाटीदार नेता हार्दिक पटेल और आम आदमी पार्टी के सांसद संजय सिंह मंच साझा करेंगे. संजय सिंह ने मंगलवार को यहां सर्किट हाउस में संवाददाताओं को जानकारी देते हुए कहा कि इस रैली का मुख्य उद्देश्य सरकार की गलत नीतियों के खिलाफ चर्चा करके एक व्यापक रणनीति तैयार करना है. उन्होंने कहा, “चुनाव के दौरान भाजपा राजनीतिक मुद्दों, जनता के सरोकार के मुद्दों पर चर्चा नहीं करती, बल्कि गैर मुद्दों को मुद्दा बनाने की कोशिश करती है. सरकार हमें बताए कि वह जनता के बुनियादी मुद्दों पर कब बात करेगी.” 

यशवंत सिन्हा का फिर से हमला: पीएम मोदी को माफ मत करना, 2019 के चुनाव में सरकार को उखाड़ फेंको


राजनाथ सिंह ने उत्तर प्रदेश की योगी सरकार पर निशाना साधते हुए कहा, “योगी बाबा प्रधानमंत्री से ट्रेनिंग लेकर सिर्फ धार्मिक मुद्दों को सामने लाते हैं, वह भी केवल चुनावी फायदे और समाज को बांटने के लिए.” उन्होंने मुख्यमंत्री योगी आदित्यनाथ पर तंज कसते हुए कहा, “दीपावली आई तो योगी कहते हैं कि हम इतना दिया जलाएंगे कि विश्व रिकार्ड बनेगा. मैं पूछता हूं कि लोगों के घरों में दिये जलना कब शुरू होंगे. पिछले 40 वर्षों में पूरे पूर्वांचल में दिमागी बुखार से 1 लाख 20 हजार लोग मारे गए हैं… उनके घरों के दिये कब जलेंगे.” 

सपा के मंच पर अखिलेश के साथ दिखे BJP के ‘शत्रु’ शत्रुघ्न और यशवंत सिन्हा, कहा- ‘जुमलेबाजी नहीं चलेगी’ 

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संजय सिंह ने इलाहाबाद का नाम प्रयागराज किए जाने पर योगी सरकार की आलोचना करते हुए कहा, “करदाताओं का पैसा हाईकोर्ट, दीवानी, स्टेशन से लेकर बस स्टैंड तक की फाइलों के रिकार्ड बदलने में खर्च किया जाएगा. फैजाबाद का नाम आपने बदल दिया. कितने नाम आप बदलेंगे.”

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Nafisa Ali Diagnosed With 3rd Stage Ovarian Cancer Meets Sonia Gandhi


खास बातें

  1. तीसरे स्टेज के कैंसर से पीड़ित हैं नफीसा अली
  2. सोशल मीडिया पर दी कैंसर से लड़ने की जानकारी
  3. नसीफा की हाल जानने पहुंचीं सोनिया गांधी

नई दिल्ली: बॉलीवुड एक्ट्रेस सोनाली बेंद्रे (Sonali Bendre) और अभिनेता इमरान खान इन दिनों कैंसर का इलाज करा रही हैं. सोनाली-इरमान के बाद एक बार और एक्ट्रेस की कैंसर से जूझने की खबर सामने आई हैं. दिग्गज अभिनेत्री नफीसा अली (Nafisa Ali) ने जानकारी दी है कि वह तीसरे स्टेज के ओवेरियन कैंसर से पीड़ित हैं और इसका इलाज करा रही हैं. इंस्टाग्राम में नफीसा ने अपनी तस्वीर कांग्रेस की पूर्व अध्यक्ष सोनिया गांधी (Sonia Gandhi) के साथ साझा की. नफीसा ने बताया कि कैंसर से पीड़ित होने की खबर लगते ही उनकी दोस्त सोनिया गांधी उनसे मिलने पहुंचीं और शुभकामनाएं दी.

अबराम खान हुए अमिताभ बच्चन से खफा, बोले- दादा आप हमारे घर पर क्यों…?

 

नेहा धूपिया ने दिया बेटी को जन्म, 6 महीने पहले अंगद बेदी संग सात फेरे लेकर चौंकाया…

एक अन्य पोस्ट में नफीसा ने अपने परिवार और बच्चों को अपनी हिम्मत का श्रोत बताया है. नफीसा ने लिखा कि इनकी मदद से ही वह कैंसर जैसी जानलेवा बीमारी से लड़ पा रही हैं.

 

सपना चौधरी कूंदीं कुश्ती के रिंग में और फिर हुआ कुछ ऐसा, Video ने उड़ाया गरदा…

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बता दें, 61 वर्षीय नसीफा एक्ट्रेस होने के साथ साथ पूर्व कांग्रेस नेता रही हैं. सोशल एक्टविस्ट होने के अलावा उन्होंने 1976 में ‘मिस इंटरनेशनल’ कम्पटिशन में हिस्सा लिया और सैंकेड रनर-अप रही. साल 1979 में उन्होंने शशि कपूर स्टारर फिल्म ‘जुनून’ से बॉलीवुड में कदम रखा. नफीसा ने अमिताभ बच्चन के साथ ‘मेजर साब (1998)’ और धर्मेंद्र के साथ फिल्म ‘यमला पगला दीवाना (2010)’ में स्क्रीन शेयर की है.

…और भी हैं बॉलीवुड से जुड़ी ढेरों ख़बरें…





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stampede in Sapna Choudhary stage show in begusarai


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Check Your Score And Master QP With Final Answer Key Of 1st Stage CBT ALP Technicians


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The candidates who have appeared for the RRB ALP Technician first stage CBTs may now access the scores and Question Papers with final answer keys now. RRB Alp Technician result has been published for the first stage CBT or Computer Based Test. More than 45 lakh candidates had registered for the exam and more than 36 lakh candidates had appeared for the RRB ALP Technician first stage CBT. The RRBs will be recruiting for more than 63,000 Group C posts through this recruitment drive. The candidates may now access their RRB ALP result scores and final answer keys.

RRB ALP Result 2018: How to download scores and final answer keys

Step One: Go to the RRB websites 

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More on RRB ALP Results:

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Google Employees Around The World Stage Protest Over Workplace Harassment


Sundar Pichai said he was taking note of the steps workers presented to improve the company’s culture

MOUNTAIN VIEW, California: 

Thousands of Google employees around the world briefly walked off their jobs on Thursday to protest the company’s response to sexual harassment and demand that the world’s largest search engine address rising concerns about workplace inequality.

The protests took place in waves, beginning in Asia and then streaming across Europe and North America, with the final wave occurring at Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California.

The protests, which drew Google contract workers as well as employees, followed a New York Times report last week that Google in 2014 gave a $90 million exit package to a senior vice president, Andy Rubin, after he was accused of sexual harassment.

“This was the $90 million straw that broke the camel’s back,” Celie O’Neil-Hart, one of the protest organizers and who works on YouTube marketing, told reporters as she joined hundreds of other employees in the courtyard of Google’s Mountain View headquarters. “But there are so many stories that we’ve heard for so long, and it’s time for action and change,” said O’Neil-Hart as she teared up.

Rubin denied the allegation in the New York Times story, which he said contained “wild exaggerations” about his compensation. Google did not dispute the report.

Organizers said about 60 percent of Google’s offices participated, including Dublin, the company’s largest site outside the United States, as well as London, Zurich, Berlin and Singapore. They shared photographs on social media of hundreds leaving offices.

Many employees at the Mountain View walkout chanted “Women’s rights are workers rights,” and some wore blue ribbons in support of sexual harassment victims.

Seven U.S. employees who organised the demonstrations called on Google parent Alphabet Inc to make harassment investigations fairer for accusers, share pay-equity data with workers and add an employee representative to its board.

Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai, speaking an hour later at a New York Times conference in New York, said he was taking note of the “concrete steps” workers presented to improve the company’s culture and human resources processes.

“I want to make sure Google sets the bar,” he said, noting that a lack of gender and racial diversity was part of the issue. “We’re grappling with it, as with many places.”

Organizers and other employees said Google executives, like leaders at the dozens of companies affected by the #metoo movement, have been slow to address numerous structural issues such as unchecked power of male executives.

They want Google to publicly report its sexual harassment statistics and end forced arbitration in harassment cases. They also have asked that the chief diversity officer be able to directly advise the board.

Rana Abdelhamid, who works in Google Cloud’s marketing division in San Francisco, told reporters that the walkout was “about safety of women in the workplace,” adding that Google’s historical support for women’s causes caused her to be shocked when she learned of the multi-million-dollar payout.

“The numbers and facts don’t match with the intentions” of Google on equality and safety for underrepresented groups, she told Reuters. “We need to reprioritise energy and really focus on these issues.”

MONTHS OF BUILDUP

Since its founding two decades ago, Google has been known for its motto “don’t be evil,” a dictum preserved in its worker code of conduct, and its transparency with employees about corporate strategy.

But employees have internally organised for months to increase diversity and improve treatment of women and minorities.

Those issues have been top of mind since the 2016 election of U.S. President Donald Trump, a Republican, stunned Silicon Valley, where liberal and libertarian policies are popular.

Tech workers have become more vocal to protest both the president’s and their companies’ stances on immigration, defence and discrimination. Workers have said that they are driven by the sense that their technology pioneer employers should also be standard bearers on socioeconomic issues.

“We all know that the status quo is unacceptable and if there is any company who can solve this, it is Google,” said Thomas Kneeland, a Google software engineer in New York.

The dissatisfaction among Alphabet’s 94,000 employees and tens of thousands contractors has not noticeably affected the company’s share price. But employees, who warned they would demonstrate again if needed, expect Alphabet to face recruiting and retention challenges if their concerns go unaddressed.

Alphabet shares closed down 0.4 percent to $1,085.98 on Thursday.

Around the world, Google workers walked out carrying signs reading “Time’s up Tech,” “Happy to quit for $90M – no sexual harassment required” and “Not OK Google,” a reference to the “OK Google” phrase used to activate Google’s voice-operated Assistant.

Cathay Bi, a Google product manager, speaking through a megaphone before hundreds gathered in a bustling pedestrian plaza in San Francisco’s financial district, talked about the engines of change.

“This is what it means to be ‘Googley,'” she urged the crowd to chant, invoking a widely used term for the company’s culture.

“People don’t change because of law and policies. Laws and policies change because of people.”

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)





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Mulayams daughter in law Aparna Yadav Shares Stage with Shivpal yadav after Mulayam Singh Yadav


लखनऊ: उत्तर प्रदेश की सियासत में बड़े राजनीतिक परिवार के तौर पर मशहूर मुलायम सिंह के परिवार में अभी सियासी रोमांच का दौर चल रहा है. मुलायम सिंह यादव के ठीक एक दिन बाद ही उनकी छोटी बहू अपर्णा यादव भी चाचा शिवपाल सिंह यादव के साथ मंच साझा करतीं नजर आईं. दरअसल, मुलायाम के साथ मंच साझा करने के ठीक एक दिन बाद शनिवार को राष्ट्रीय क्रांतिकारी समाजवादी पार्टी के स्थापना दिवस के कार्यक्रम में चाचा शिवपाल यादव और अपर्णा यादव को एक साथ एक ही मंच पर देखा गया.  मुलायम और अपर्णा की शिवपाल के साथ मंच साझा करने के बाद उत्तर प्रदेश के सियासी गलियारों में अटकलों का दौर शुरू हो गया है.

योगी सरकार के मंत्री का दावा, 2019 लोकसभा चुनाव में BJP की हार तय, शिवपाल पर भी किया खुलासा

मंच पर चाचा शिवपाल के ठीक बगल में ही यादव परिवार की छोटी बहु अपर्णा यादव भी मौजूद दिखीं. इस दौरान अपर्णा यादव ने कहा कि ‘यहां 24 राजनीतिक दलों की बैठक बुलाई थी, सब अगर एक साथ आ जाएं तो वह शक्ति बन जाएगी. शक्ति को इकट्ठा करें और इस दल को बल में बदल दीजिए. मैं चाहती हूं कि सेक्युलर मोर्चा मजबूत हो, मजबूती के साथ अपने लोकतंत्र को मजबूत करें. ‘

 

‘चाचा की चाल’ : बेटे के बाद अब भाई के साथ मंच पर दिखे मुलायम सिंह, शिवपाल यादव ने नेता जी को दिया यह ऑफर


बताया जा रहा है कि लखनऊ में आयोजित राष्ट्रीय क्रांतिकारी समाजवादी पार्टी के स्थापना दिवस के कार्यक्रम में एक ओर जहां शिवपाल यादव मुख्य अतिथि के तौर पर आमंत्रित किये गये थे, वहीं अपर्णा यादव विशिष्ट अतिथि के तौर पर आमंत्रित थीं.  कार्यक्रम में मौजूद लोगों ने कहा कि अपर्णा ने शिवपाल यादव के पैर भी छूकर आशीर्वाद लिये. 

आखिर क्यों शिवपाल पर मेहरबान है योगी सरकार, सरकारी बंगले के बाद अब जल्द मिल सकती है Z सिक्योरिटी

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दरअसल, दो दिनों में यादव परिवार के दो बड़े चेहरों का शिवपाल यादव के साथ मंच साझा करना कई तरह के अटकलों का बाजार गर्म करता है. माना तो यह भी जा रहा है कि जिस तरह से समाजवादी पार्टी से अलग होने के बाद शिवपाल यादव ने सेक्युलर मोर्चा बनाया और दो दिन के भीतर यादव परिवार यानी अखिलेश यादव के खेमे के दो बड़े नेता के साथ मंच साझा किया, यह कोई इत्तेफाक ही नहीं, बल्कि यह अखिलेश यादव के लिए किसी तरह के संकेत ही हैं.  ऐसा माना जा रहा है कि अब परिवार के लोग भी दो खेमे में बंटने के लिए तैयार हैं.

VIDEO: शिवपाल यादव को मिला मायावती का बंगला





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aparna yadav and shivpal shared the stage together in lucknow | मुलायम के बाद बहु ने भी शिवपाल के साथ साझा किया मंच, कहा


मुलायम के बाद अपर्णा यादव के बाद शिवपाल के साथ मंच साझा करने से यूपी की सियासत में हलचल बढ़ गई है. 

मुलायम के बाद बहु ने भी शिवपाल के साथ साझा किया मंच, कहा- 'चाचा जी हमारे चहेते नेता'

अपर्णा यादव ने लोगों के संबोधित करते हुए कहा कि माननीय चाचा जी हमारे चहेते नेता हैं.

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Join Us Says Shivpal Yadav After Mulayam Singh Yadav Shares Stage With Him


Shivpal Yadav said that he had the “blessings” of his elder brother Mulayam Singh Yadav

Lucknow: 

Despite the falling-out between Samajwadi Party president Akhilesh Yadav and his uncle Shivpal Yadav, party founder Mulayam Singh Yadav seems to be keen on not burning any bridges.

After sharing the stage with Akhilesh Yadav last month, Mulayam Singh Yadav has now appeared at a public function with his brother Shivpal Yadav, who recently formed the Samajwadi Secular Morcha. He quit the Samajwadi Party in August this year.

The two leaders attended a programme in Lucknow on Friday remembering socialist leader Ram Manohar Lohia on his death anniversary.

Addressing the gathering at Friday’s programme, Mulayam Singh Yadav urged the youth to follow Lohia’s principles and “fight against what is wrong”.

“Lohiaji taught us that even if our elder brother does anything wrong, we should protest against him,” Mulayam Singh Yadav said.

Shivpal Yadav later told the media that he had the “blessings” of his elder brother.

“It is our responsibility to carry forward Ram Manohar Lohia’s legacy. If Netaji (Mulayam Singh Yadav) is with us, we will usher in a new revolution in the country,” he said,

Dismissing speculation, he later said that there was no question of having an alliance with the BJP in the Lok Sabha elections.

“We will carry forward Lohia’s beliefs and fight communalism. We will not enter into any pact with the BJP. Our fight is with the BJP,” Shivpal Yadav said.

“I hope Netaji contests the 2019 Lok Sabha polls on our ticket. We have already decided to support him from wherever he contests,” he said.

On his newly-formed outfit, Shivpal Yadav said, “The first conference of the Samajwadi Secular Morcha will be held next month. Our expansion efforts are still going on”.

He also said that his outfit was ready to contest all the 80 parliamentary seats in Uttar Pradesh in the 2019 elections, except Mainpuri where Mulayam Singh Yadav will be in the fray.

Shivpal Yadav was abruptly removed from the post of Samajwadi Party  Uttar Pradesh president after his nephew Akhilesh Yadav assumed charge as the party’s national president.





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Delhi: MPs, Union Minister and MLA will be seen on the stage playing Ramlila characters


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Pakistan’s Anti-Terror Claims Crumble As Minister In Imran Khan Cabinet Shares Stage With Hafiz Saeed


Hafiz Saeed and Noor-Ul-Haq Qadri were seen together at an event in Islamabad.

A minister in the Imran Khan cabinet was photographed attending a conference with 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed in Islamabad on Sunday, a day after Pakistan assured the United Nations General Assembly that it was doing all it can to clamp down on terrorism.

The image showed Noor-Ul-Haq Qadri, the Minister for Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony in the Pakistan government, addressing an All Parties Conference organised by the Difa-e-Pakistan Conference. Significantly, a banner in the background indicated that the conference was in “defence of Pakistan”, and mentioned “Kashmir” as well as “threats from India”.

The meet was held by the Difa-e-Pakistan Council, a coalition of over 40 Pakistani political and religious parties that advocate conservative policies. Mr Qadri’s presence at the event with Hafiz Saeed is seen to vindicate India’s stand that Pakistan is not being honest about its anti-terror efforts.

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj had specifically named Hafiz Saeed in her address at the United Nations meet in New York, asserting that it was not possible to hold negotiations with a country that allows such a notorious terrorist to roam free. Accusing Pakistan of “masking malevolence with duplicity”, she said: “We have not sabotaged negotiations with Pakistan. We began talks with them because we believed it necessary. They were stalled only because of Pakistan’s own behaviour.”

Hafiz Saeed, co-founder of the Lashkar-e-Taiba and chief of the Jamaat-ud-Dawah, is the key accused in the 2008 Mumbai attacks, the 2006 Mumbai train bombings and the 2001 Parliament attack. Although the Pakistan government had taken over 184 establishments affiliated to him under global pressure in 2017, it was forced to let them reopen after the country’s top court issued a verdict in this regard last month.

The United States has named Hafiz Saeed as a specially designated global terrorist, and announced a reward of $10 million to anybody who provides information that will help bring him to justice.





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