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MBA student Shubhi Jain grabs attention as she manages traffic in a unique way

Shubhi Jain, a student of Symbiosis Institute grabbed everyone's attention for innovative dance moves to manage traffic in Indore. This unique was of managing traffic was done by the student to create awareness about traffic rules. In an interview Jain said that she has been doing this voluntary activity for the traffic police for the last 15 days and when people turn back and smile to her it automatically gives her the inspiration. Jain further stated that despite suffering an ankle injury while playing a basketball match, she was undeterred to do something for the country. Src: https://bit.ly/2Kytxz6

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Chanting ‘Jai Shri Ram’ can help JNU students in fee reduction: Swami Chakrapani

In an interview, the Hindu Mahasabha committee leader Swami Chakrapani called JNU students ’pizza-burger wale’ and expressed that they lack ‘sanskar’. He stated that the students should chant 'Jai Shri Ram’, if not that students should at least chant ''Vande Mataram'' or ''Bharat Mata Ki Jai'' if they feel patriotic and by such sloganeering students can avail reduction in fees. Src: https://bit.ly/2OrRtFq

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India’s state-run banks lodges fraud worth $13 billion in first 6 months: Sitharaman

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman claimed that India’s state-run banks reported the frauds worth $ 13 billion in the first six months of the fiscal year 2019-20. As per the media report, during April-Sep, the number of fraud cases was 5,743. Sitharaman stated that the Government has taken inclusive measures to control the incidents of fraud in the bank. Src: https://bit.ly/336lEaB

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SC directs Army to permanently commission 10 women who were barred from it in 2010

10 lady personnel of Indian Army approached the Supreme Court to get a permanent commission in the Indian Army after they were barred from it in 2010. The government agreed on the permanent commission of the women in the Indian Army but the women who made the plea were left out from the decision. The Supreme Court said that it will pass an order to commission those women into the Force if not done voluntarily by the Army. The new rules will need the lady personnel to confirm a permanent commission within 4 years of their joining. Src: https://bit.ly/341PVs7

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