Central government has increased the scope of Muzaffarpur Smart City, new areas will also be included now

 The Central Government has approved the proposal to increase the area of ​​Muzaffarpur Smart City from 1172 acres to 2277 acres. That is, the area of ​​Mithanpura, Kalambagh Chowk, University, Chhath Chowk and Bairia Bus Stand has now been included in the Smart City area.

The Central Government has approved the proposal to increase the area of ​​Muzaffarpur Smart City from 1172 acres to 2277 acres. That is, the area of ​​Mithanpura, Kalambagh Chowk, University, Chhath Chowk and Bairia Bus Stand has now been included in the Smart City area. About three months ago, the Urban Development and Housing Department had sent its proposal to the Central Government.

 

A total of seven wards were included

Earlier, the area of ​​Smart City was 1172 acres, which included only seven wards (01, 03, 04, 11, 12, 13 and 14). The central government had given permission of Rs 1580 crore to spend in the ABD (Area Based Development) of these seven wards. Due to the less area involved, there was a problem in spending money.

No separate amount

In February-March this year, when Anand Kishore, Principal Secretary, Urban Development and Housing Department, became the chairman of the Smart City Board of Directors, he had prepared a proposal to include an area of ​​1105 acres of the new area of ​​the city. However, the government has not given a separate amount for the expanded new area. In the letter issued by the Ministry of Urban Development and Housing, it has been directed to spend Rs 1580 crore in the extended ABD area.

 

These new areas of the city have been included

Entire area of ​​University, LS College, Damuchak Chowk-Utta Chowk-New Tola Kathi Bridge Sabzi Mandi, Chandralok Chowk, Kalambagh Chowk, Aghoria Bazar, Amgola, Padav Pokhar, Sadpura Chowk Sabzi Mandi, MDDM College between Mithanpura Chowk to Pani Tank Chowk the part. Hathi Chowk, Devi Mandir, LIC Office, Amar Cinema Road via Chhoti Kalyani, Sarafa Mandi, Sahu Pokhar, the road in front of Baba Garib Nath Temple and Jawaharlal Road to Saraiyaganj Tower have also been included. Apart from this, in the west of the city, Brahmapura Chowk, FCI Godown, Jhitkahiyan of Ward No. 2, Bairia Golambar from Police Line and Baria Bus Stand outside the urban area.

These areas were included in the first ABD

Baria Golambar to Laxmi Chowk, Brahmapura, Juran Chhapra, Station Road to Motijheel-Kalyani to Harisbha Chowk, besides Companybagh, Sikanderpur Mann, the area of ​​Pandit Nehru Stadium and Tilak Maidan Road-Saraiyaganj Tower to Akhara Ghat Bridge.

What did the MD

The proposal for area expansion was approved in the 13th meeting of the Smart City Board of Directors, whose proposal was prepared and sent to the central government for final approval. Approval has also been received from the Central Government. Work has to be done in the expanded area with the already approved amount of Rs 1580 crore.

 

US President Biden gives stern warning to the Taliban

 US President Joe Biden has promised his citizens trapped in Afghanistan that they will get them out safely. Biden has also said that his government will also take steps to protect the Afghan people who support the US military. Along with this, he has also warned the Taliban.



Washington: US President Joe Biden, who is facing criticism over Afghanistan, has warned the Taliban and promised to evacuate every citizen safely. At the same time, he has also said that the Afghans who help America will also be taken care of. The President said that every American citizen who wants to return from Afghanistan will be brought back. At the same time, we are also committed to bring back the Afghan people who supported us during the 20 years of war in Afghanistan.

Afghan has 6000 Troops

US President Joe Biden said that 6,000 soldiers are on the spot to get everyone out of Afghanistan safely. He said that we have brought back 9,000 people safely from Afghanistan since August 14. While around 14,000 people have been evacuated since the end of July. In the last 24 hours, 11 chartered flights have been dispatched from there under the supervision of the US Army.

'I don't know what the result will be'

Biden said on Friday, 'The campaign to evacuate people safely from Afghanistan is extremely risky and what will be its end result cannot be said. I am constantly talking in this regard, we will not allow anything to happen to our citizens at any cost. Any citizen who wants to come back, we will bring him home. We will also help those Afghans who supported us for the last 20 years.

Said this thing on Airlift

The US President said that we have run the world's largest rescue operation and it is one of the largest and most difficult airlifts in history. When our rescue mission is over, we will completely withdraw our army. Biden said he had made it clear to the Taliban that if any American civilians or soldiers were harmed, the consequences would be dire.

 

Book Review---Achi Larkiyan Budi Kahaniyan

 About the book

 The present book is a unique and brilliant work of the author. He has presented the equations of relations on the real surface of life very easily. In this book, where there is love, on the one hand, there is also hypocrisy, there is inclusion, there is also hatred. Where on the one hand there is the melody of relationship, there is also the arrogance of conceit. If there is harmony, then there is enmity, if there is a duty, then there is also wickedness. While there is opposition to the age-old customs, there is also support for the freedom of women to choose their own life.



 In short, this book contains a succinct mention of all the essential principles and attitudes to protect oneself from the hassles of life.

Collection of heart touching stories

 


About the Author

Born and brought up in the holy land of Mithila(Village Nakti), Pratibha ji has masters degree in ancient history as well as B.Ed. She has also been a promising student. He has many unpublished works on various subjects in Hindi. Pratibha attributes her love for the national language to her father, Shri Ramanand ji, who is known to be a great lover of Hindi.

 

Those who know Pratibha ji closely, they believe that while she is bindas(insensitive about the public opinion) by nature, she is also silent like a book. She never learned to give up in any situation but moved ahead with a new lesson from every situation. Writer Madam believes that life is in every moment, it should not be wasted and this thinking has inspired her to combine her thoughts and the rising and falling currents of society and put them in the form of a book.

They have a huge presence on social media. Pratibha runs a Facebook group by the name of Pratichaya which is quite popular.

 

A girl of twenty years makes a foray in Amazon Business

 New Delhi: A twenty-year old girl from Shastri Nagar, Delhi makes a foray into online business with her brand name Expert Sales. A fresh graduate Shivani hails from Rajasthan and is technically sound.

Talking about her Amazon venture, she said to Today Twig, “I was toying with the idea of having my products from the last one year. But, my academic engagements had left me with little time to materialize my thought. But, today when I am a graduate, I can afford to give my business aspirations a wing to soar high.”


She further added that, “my products are mobile covers. You can find the covers of almost all contemporary mobile phone and that too at very competitive rates. We have a resolve to live up to the highest expectations of our customers, and we will give out tooth and nail to prove it in reality.



When asked about her team, the commerce graduate further added, “It is a complete family business. My father Mr Ramesh and my brother Sushant are also assisting me in every possible way. I am exhausting all my resources to knew online business and excel.


What is the condition of Pakistan-Afghanistan border after the withdrawal of Taliban?


 Torkham, the busiest border road between Pakistan and Afghanistan, was replaced by the green and red flags of Afghanistan, now the Islamic Emirate's white flag, and the Afghan Border Security Force is now wearing a shirt, salwar, a white handkerchief and a white handkerchief. Taliban fighters were standing holding guns.

 

Three white double-cabin vehicles stopped near them, from which other armed Taliban descended and took the place of the fighters already standing. After this, the Taliban, who were already guarding there, left from there by sitting in the same vehicles. Perhaps it was time to change the shift of the Taliban stationed on the border at 10 o'clock in the morning.

 

After Taliban guards took their positions, trucks parked in Afghanistan were allowed to enter Pakistan, following which commercial trucks began to arrive.

 

But no one seemed to talk, ask questions or make any requests to the armed Taliban fighters on this side of the border.

 

Fewer than usual people were present on the border, and they were also seen making some distance from the Taliban. There were also some Taliban fighters on the outskirts, who had their faces completely covered with a cloth tied over their heads, only their eyes were visible.

 

A few days ago when we visited Torkham, this border was under the control of Afghan security forces. Afghan soldiers stationed there were angry when Pakistani journalists took their pictures, but no such objection was raised from the Taliban side, but they were constantly ignoring our cameras, and none of them even once Didn't look.


 Taliban are present on Torkham but why not refugees?

Seeing Afghan citizens on social media and TV at Kabul airport desperate to leave the country, we felt that perhaps a similar sight would be seen at Torkham Border. But when we reached there, only a few people were seen waiting to reach Pakistan.

The queue of people coming from Afghanistan to Pakistan was not very long. There were hardly 30 to 40 people, but in spite of this they were waiting standing in the heat for a long time. When we asked the security personnel there the reason for this delay, they said that in view of the current security situation in Afghanistan, we have tightened the investigation of the people coming from there, so that terrorist elements do not enter.


 Why no refugees on the border of Torkham?

This is true whether in the past the attack on the Badhber base of the Pakistan Air Force in the year 2015 or the terrorist attack on the Bacha Khan University in the year 2016. According to Pakistani security officials, the attackers had entered Pakistan through this Torkham border. It was only after that that Pakistan decided to build barbed wire fences, gates and long corridors along the border.

There was a time when this border was divided only by a chain, but today it has a gate several feet high and, in addition to walls and fences, there is also a system of strict checks for movement.

While such measures have made the movement of terrorists difficult, Afghan refugees who have been coming through this route for decades also no longer turn here.

Torkham is the busiest route between Pakistan and Afghanistan, be it the Soviet occupation in 1979, the first Taliban insurgency in 1996 or the US invasion of Afghanistan in 2001, Afghan refugees in large numbers sought to save their lives from war and violence. I have turned to Torkham.

But now, that the Taliban have taken over all of Afghanistan and many Afghans are displaced from Kabul airport and the Iranian border, why are there no refugees on Torkham today?


 "Those from whom they are running for their lives, they are standing in front of us on the border"

We were not allowed to talk to the Afghan nationals standing in the queue to come to Pakistan from Afghanistan. Security officials said that they are currently in the border of Afghanistan, so they are not allowed to talk to us.

A few meters away from the border, 56-year-old Ahsan Khan came out with his luggage in a taxi. He was going to Jalalabad. Ahsan says that he used to go to Jalalabad from this border since childhood, but the strictness that has happened on this border was never there before.

“I remember till the year 2015, we used to go to Jalalabad in the morning and return in the evening. There was a time when we used to go by our car, but now it is not possible because now you have to go through a long process of checking. have to pass.

In 2016, the government of Pakistan made passports and visas mandatory for Afghan nationals entering its border through Torkham.

Ahsan believes that all these stringent conditions and the fear of the Taliban standing on the border have forced Afghan refugees to take a different route, this time.

"Those from whom they are running for their lives, they are standing in front of us at the border. Then from where will the poor, uneducated people get passports at such a time?"

The government of Pakistan also says that at a time when 3 million Afghan refugees are already living in the country, at such a time Pakistan cannot bear the burden of more refugees.

On the other hand, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has asked Pakistan to once again open its doors to Afghan refugees.


 Why are Pakistani citizens happy with the arrival of the Afghan Taliban?

Landi Kotal Bazaar is only a few kilometers away from this border. There are a large number of car spare parts shops and dhaba-like restaurants.

Uvaid has been running a small restaurant in this market for many years. Uwaid says that on normal days, most Afghans coming from Torkham stop at this market for food and car service.

He said, "Since Torkham came under Taliban control, the arrival of Afghan civilians has reduced very little, but those who came before were very upset about the Taliban moving to different cities. He used to say that Afghanistan and its people have changed a lot and now it is very difficult for them to live under the strict rules of the Afghan Taliban."


 Uwaid says that he finds it very strange that most of the Afghan citizens who come to his restaurant are not happy with the Taliban, on the contrary, Pakistani citizens are very happy with the arrival of the Afghan Taliban.

Yaqub, a shopkeeper who stood by Uwaid, said he was happy with the arrival of the Taliban because he was fed up with the mistreatment of Pakistanis by Afghan security personnel.

"We are happy that at least now we won't be treated badly at the border. We don't care who's government, we just want to avoid having to cross the border every day."

But Yaqub is not the only one who is happy that the Taliban have taken control of the border. Zia Sarhadi, a senior official of Afghan transit trade at the Pakistan Chamber of Commerce, says that one of the reasons for the satisfaction and happiness of Pakistani traders is that the border tax collected by the Taliban was taken over by Ashraf Ghani's government. Much less than the outgoing tax.

But Majnoon, who brought a truckload of tomatoes from Afghanistan to Pakistan, told us that he had never felt so afraid to cross the border before today.

They say that "we are afraid that we do not know when someone will feel bad about something and we lose our life."

 

Foreign Minister lambasted Pakistan in UNSC, told what is common between Corona and terrorism

 We have to remember that terrorism is as deadly as Corona. Not one of us will be safe from it, while not all of us will be safe. Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said this on Thursday.


He was addressing a high-level meeting of the United Nations Security Council on threats to international peace and security by terrorist acts. During this, he said that India has been deeply affected by the challenges and damages related to terrorism. Jaishankar said, the world should never compromise on the evil of terrorism.

Not allowed to weaken the resolve to fight terrorism

During this, Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said that India believes that terrorism should not be associated with any religion, nationality, civilization or ethnic group. Terrorism in all its forms, manifestations must be condemned, it cannot be justified in any way. He said that there are some countries which weaken our collective resolve to fight terrorism, this cannot be allowed. ISIS' financial resource mobilization has become stronger, with killings now being rewarded in bitcoin as well. The involvement of vulnerable youth in radical activities through systematic online campaigns remains a matter of serious concern, he said.

 

Scathing Attack on China

During this, the Foreign Minister of India also took a satire on China. He said that countries should not obstruct the requests to designate terrorists without any valid reason. India warned that any double standards or discrimination between terrorists will only hurt us. External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar told the UN Security Council that the international community is of the same view that terrorism in all its forms must be condemned. There can be no exception to this. Nor can any terrorist activity be justified, irrespective of the reason/intent behind it. His statement was in reference to China, a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council. China has repeatedly blocked India's effort to designate Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar as a terrorist.

India-UK agree to work together on Afghanistan

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and his British counterpart Dominic Raab shared views on developments in Afghanistan. They also agreed to work together to address common security threats, support refugees, and end the humanitarian plight of ordinary Afghan citizens. "Welcome to the conversation today with UK Secretary of State Dominic Raab," Jaishankar tweeted after meeting the UK Foreign Secretary on Wednesday. Jaishankar also discussed the latest developments in Afghanistan with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken. He emphasized the need to maintain the operation of airports in Kabul.

External Affairs Minister Jaishankar will return from the United Nations on Friday

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will return to India on Friday and will not travel to Mexico, Panama and Guyana in view of the ongoing developments in Afghanistan. Sources gave this information. India on Tuesday recalled its ambassador Rudendra Tandon and Kabul embassy staff back to the country in a military transport plane amid tensions, fear and uncertainty after the Taliban captured the Afghan capital on Sunday. 

Countries should not unnecessarily create obstacles in the way of requests to be declared terrorists: India

 Taking a jibe at China, India on Thursday told the UN Security Council that countries should not create obstacles in the way of requests to designate them as terrorists without any valid reason. India warned that any double standards or discrimination between terrorists will only hurt us.


United Nations

India has made a scathing attack on China's double standards on terrorism in the United Nations Security Council. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar showed a mirror to China for blocking UN resolutions against notorious terrorists like Hafiz Saeed, Masood Azhar. He said that countries should not put obstacles in the way of requests to be designated as terrorists without any valid reason.

India warned that any double standards or discrimination between terrorists will only hurt us. External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar told the UN Security Council, "The international community is of the same view that all forms of terrorism must be condemned." There can be no exception to this. Nor can any terrorist activity be justified, irrespective of the reason/intent behind it.

 

Jaishankar, the current President of the United Nations Security Council, was presiding over a discussion in the Security Council on the topic 'threats to international peace and security due to terrorist activities'. On behalf of his country, Jaishankar reiterated his remarks made in the Council in January this year in which he had proposed an eight-point action plan to eliminate terrorism.

 

S Jaishankar said, "Strengthen political will: don't justify terrorism, don't glorify terrorists, don't adopt double standards." Terrorists are terrorists, by differentiating them we will only increase our suffering, do not create obstacles in the way of request (declaring terrorist) without any reason.

Jaishankar's statement was about China, a permanent member of the UN Security Council, which has repeatedly blocked India's effort to designate Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar as a terrorist.

 

Big blow to Mamata Banerjee from Calcutta High Court

 The Calcutta High Court has ordered a CBI inquiry into the violence after the West Bengal Legislative Assembly election.


Kolkata: In the case of violence after the West Bengal Legislative Assembly election, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has received a major setback from the Calcutta High Court. The High Court ordered a CBI inquiry into the murder, rape cases during the post-poll violence.

SIT constituted for other offenses

A five-member bench headed by Acting Chief Justice Rajesh Bindal of the Calcutta High Court, while pronouncing the case, constituted a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to investigate other offences. The inquiry committee will submit its report to the High Court. It will be supervised by a retired judge of the Supreme Court.

 

Shock to the image of Mamta

An elderly woman and a minor girl have filed a petition in the Supreme Court alleging gang rape by members of West Bengal's ruling party TMC. She said in her petition that she was gang-raped by Trinamool Congress workers for supporting the BJP in the assembly elections held in West Bengal and the police was not taking appropriate action.

 

 

However, the TMC called these incidents fabricated. But the way in which other women made such serious allegations after the victory of a woman chief minister, the West Bengal government was tainted with it. If these allegations are found to be true, then the Mamata Banerjee government may be in trouble. This may also give a blow to the axis of the opposition and his endeavor to become a universal leader. The question may arise among the opposition that women cannot be protected under the rule of a woman chief minister, so how can she be considered a universal leader of the opposition?

 

BJP got a moral victory

This order of the court is a matter of relief for the West Bengal BJP unit. The BJP unit had directly blamed the ruling party for the violence. The BJP leaders were shouting that the ruling party, through its workers, carried out this sponsored violence of revenge against the citizens because they supported the BJP. Following the incidents of violence, BJP President JP Nadda visited West Bengal for two days, where he met the families of affected party workers in Pratapnagar, Beliaghata, North 24 Parganas and Gopalpur.

 

If the allegations of the alleged victims are found to be true in the CBI investigation, then the BJP would like to take advantage of it first in Tripura. It can make a big issue against Mamta Banerjee among women. BJP can project Mamata Banerjee as a ruler under whose rule women are not safe. Tripura is the only state where assembly is to be held in 2023 and here Trinamool Congress is trying to strengthen its legs. Right now there is a BJP government here.

 

What happened after the election results?

After the declaration of the assembly results on May 2, there were several incidents of post-poll violence in several cities of West Bengal. At least 16 people lost their lives in this. Several women activists backed by the BJP had alleged that they were assaulted and raped. There were also allegations that the property of BJP-backed workers was looted and their houses were burnt.

 

Human Rights Commission had considered Mamta guilty

Following the order of the High Court on this matter, the Human Rights Commission constituted a committee to investigate. In its report, the inquiry committee had held the Mamata Banerjee government guilty. The commission had said in its report that cases like rape and murder should be investigated by the CBI and the trial of these cases should be done outside Bengal. On the other hand, investigation of other cases should be done by a Special Investigation Team (SIT).

 

The commission had alleged that the TMC high command, which won with a massive mandate, turned a blind eye when its supporters clashed with BJP workers and allegedly instigated violence. In its report submitted on July 2, the Human Rights Commission had said that the situation in the state is such that instead of 'rule of law', 'rule of law' prevails. Nearly one lakh people fled the state after the violence after the assembly elections. The Supreme Court had also issued notices to the state and central government in this matter.

 

Bank will give compensation if theft takes place in Bank Locker, RBI has changed the rules, will be applicable from January 1, 2022

 RBI New Locker Rules: Under the new rules of the Reserve Bank, in case of fire, theft, building collapse or fraud on the part of bank employees, the liability of banks will be up to 100 times their annual rent.

New Delhi: RBI New Locker Rules: If you keep your valuables and important things in the locker of banks, then read this news carefully. The Reserve Bank (RBI) has changed the rules regarding lockers. These changes will have a direct impact on the customers who use the lockers. The new rules of RBI will come into effect from next year i.e. January 1, 2022. Let us tell you what are these new rules and how they are going to affect you.

1. The responsibility of the banks will be fixed

According to the new guidelines of RBI, banks will have to implement such a policy approved by their board, in which their responsibility can be fixed for the goods kept in the locker due to negligence. According to the rules, the bank will not be responsible for any loss in case of natural calamity or 'Act of God' i.e. earthquake, flood, lightning, storm and storm.

2. If theft, fraud happens, the bank will give compensation

But this does not mean that the bank is free from its responsibilities. Banks will have to ensure proper arrangements to protect their premises from such calamities. Apart from this, the entire responsibility of the security of the premises where there are safe deposit lockers will be with the bank itself. According to the new rules of the Reserve Bank, the liability of banks in case of fire, theft, building collapse or fraud on the part of bank employees will be limited to 100 times his annual rent.

3. Locker can be opened if payment is not made

If the rent for the locker has not been paid by the customer for three consecutive years, then the bank can take action on it and can open any locker following the due process.

4. Cannot store illegal goods

Not only this, according to the new rules of the Reserve Bank, banks will have to include a provision in the locker agreement, under which the locker rental customer will not be able to keep any illegal or dangerous goods in the locker.

5. Waiting list number will be released

According to the new rules of the Reserve Bank, it will be necessary for banks to send SMS and email (e-mail) of locker operations to the customers. Banks will have to provide receipt for all applications for locker allotment. If the locker is not available, the banks will have to give the number of the waiting list to the consumers. The branch wise locker allotment information and waiting list of banks will be linked to Core Banking System (CBS) or any other computerized system compliant with cyber security framework.

6. These customers will also get the facility

As per the new guidelines, the existing customers of the bank who have applied for the locker facility and who are fully compliant with CDD (Customer Due Diligence) norms can be given the facility of Safe Deposit Locker/Safe Custody Article. According to the new rule, the facility of Safe Deposit Locker / Safe Custody Article can be given to the customers who do not have any other banking relation with the bank.

7. New Rules for Shifting of Lockers

Banks will be able to shift the locker from one place to another only after informing the customer. Term deposit can be used as locker rent. The bank will have to take adequate steps to protect the strong room/vault. It will be necessary to keep the CCTV footage of entry and exit for at least 180 days.

Special things

1. Reserve Bank (RBI) has changed the locker rules of banks

2. Banks will have to give receipt for all applications for locker allotment

3. Will be able to shift the locker only after informing the customer

 


These shares gave returns up to 5000%, Rs 1.20 lakh became Rs 61.88 lakh in 5 years

Even small stocks are not inferior in terms of returns. The shares of BSE SME also leave no stone unturned to make their investors rich. BSE had launched the SME platform in March 2021.

SME companies are listed on this platform. Since 2012, 337 companies have been listed in the SME section and have raised Rs 3500 crore. Today we are telling about three such BSE SME companies which have given returns ranging from 1000% to 5000%.



Aditya Vision


This company was started in 1999 and has a market cap of Rs 920 crores. Aditya Vision shares have given 1156.01 percent returns in the last three years. Whereas during this period the return of Nifty Smallcap 100 was only 36.93 percent. At the time of listing, it had a share price of Rs 15 and a lot of 8000 shares.


That is, at the time of listing, if an investor had bought one lot of Aditya Vision shares for Rs 1.20 lakh (Rs 15 x 8000 shares), then today the value of his investment would have been Rs 61.88 lakh. Since the listing of the company, it has given 4899% return to its investors. Whereas Aditya Vision has given a return of 2996% in the last one year. On August 18, Aditya Vision's shares hit a 5% lower circuit and its shares closed at Rs 726.65.

 

Raghav Productivity Enhancers

 

This company was started in 2009. This company works in the metals and non ferrous sector. Its market cap is Rs 808.49 crore. The issue price of this company was Rs 39 and the lot of its shares was 3000 shares. According to this, if you had taken one lot share for Rs 1.17 lakh then today it would have been Rs 22.30 lakh.


The company has become debt free for the first time in the last 5 years. Since August 2, suddenly the company's shares started getting upper circuit every day. Bill Bull Rakesh Jhunjhunwala is also going to invest Rs 31 crore in this company. The company's shares also saw an upper circuit of 5 percent on August 18 and the shares of Raghav Productivity Enhancers closed at Rs 780.50. The company has given 2498 percent returns since listing.

Shree Ganesh Remedies


This company was started in 1995. Its market cap is Rs 352.88 crore. If you had invested Rs 1.08 lakh in Shree Ganesh Remedies at the time of listing, it would have been Rs 9.91 lakh today. Shares of Shree Ganesh Remedies have given a return of 1110 per cent since the listing. 

Why Dry fruits have become expensive? Know the Taliban Connection

 The FIEO has predicted a rise in the prices of dry fruits in the Indian market in the coming days as 85 per cent of its imports are from Afghanistan.


With the Taliban taking control of Afghanistan, trade with India has been stopped. Now neither anything can be exported to Kabul nor is it possible to import anything from there. Due to this, there is a possibility of dry fruits etc. to become expensive in the market.

 

 

Dr. Ajay Sahai, Director General, Federation of Indian Export Organization (FIEO) said, "We are closely monitoring the developments in Afghanistan. Imports to India are through the transit route of Pakistan.

 

 

At present, the Taliban has stopped all cargo going to Pakistan. So the virtual import has also stopped. Some of the products are sent through the International North-South Transport Corridor, which is still functional, Sahai said.

 

The road for products shipped via Dubai is also not closed at the moment. FIEO DG expressed hope that India's trade relations will continue despite the rapidly changing situation in Afghanistan.

 

These things have bilateral trade

FIEO DG said, India currently supplies sugar, medicines, clothing, tea, coffee, spices and transmission towers to Afghanistan, while most of the imports coming from there are dry fruits. We also import some onions and gum from there.

 

India-Afghanistan trade

India is among the top 03 countries in Afghanistan's trading partners

Bilateral trade of $ 835 million has happened between the two in 2021

India imported goods worth $ 51 million from Afghanistan

India has invested 03 billion dollars on the soil of Afghanistan

Money has been invested in 400 projects, some of which are currently in operational condition.

US intelligence agencies had warned of the collapse of the Afghan army

A confidential estimate by US intelligence agencies predicted the collapse of the Afghan army and the Taliban taking control of Afghanistan.

 

According to the New York Times report, despite this intelligence estimate, US President Joe Biden had assured that Kabul would not be piled up. According to the report, by July itself, most intelligence reports had become dismal. Questions were being raised whether the Afghan security forces would be able to put up serious resistance and whether the government would be able to stay in Kabul.

What is the Taliban Connection?

India is the Natural Trading Partner of Afghanistan and the largest market for Afghan products in South Asia. Due to the political change in Afghanistan in the last two days, the price of dry fruits has started increasing in India.


 New Delhi

Afganistan Taliban News: India and Afghanistan have strong historical and cultural ties. The trade relations between the two countries are also centuries old. Given the geographical proximity and historical ties of the two countries, India is Afghanistan's natural trading partner and the largest market for Afghan products in South Asia.

Due to the political change in Afghanistan in the last two days, the price of dry fruits has started increasing in India. Traders have said that imports have been disrupted after the political turmoil in Afghanistan, due to which the prices of dry-fruits have increased in Jammu and Kashmir.

No import since 15 days

Traders say that they import many dry fruits like pistachios, almonds, figs, walnuts from Afghanistan. For the last 15 days, there is no import from Afghanistan, due to which there is a shortage of dry fruits in the market. Jyoti Gupta, President, Jammu Dry Fruits Retailer Association said, “Imports from Afghanistan are getting hampered for the last almost a month. No goods are coming from Afghanistan since last 15 days. Due to this, dry fruits prices in India have grown."

Business grew in few years

In the last few years, there has been a further increase in the import of dry fruits from Afghanistan. Agriculture and allied products account for 99 per cent of India's exports from Afghanistan. But once again the extremist Taliban has taken power in Afghanistan. This can affect the trade relations between the two countries.

 

There may be trouble on Diwali

Afghanistan is a major source of dry fruits for India. Even during the Civil War, the country has had a rich harvest of dry fruits, almonds or mulberries. The rise of the Taliban has raised fears that the supply of dry fruits, mulberries and almonds from Afghanistan has been affected. Along with dry fruits, white mulberry is imported in large quantities from Afghanistan. Experts say that in the era of Taliban, relations will not be the same as before. That is, this Diwali people may face shortage of Afghan dry fruits and almonds.

 

Pratichaya Patron Makes her Foray in Book Writing

 There are many adjectives you can associate with Pratibha----the social media czar, the reticent, resilient, creative, a woman with a golden heart, so on and so forth. Of late, one more adjective has got associated with the Mithila Mati Woman, and that is AUTHOR. Yes, you read it right. She has started penning down her thought, and the latest buzz is that her book will hit the audience in the month of September. The Cover Page of the book is launched today.



The heading of the book is itself thought provoking----Acchi ladkiyan, budi kahaniyan(good girls bad stories). Somewhat it looks paradoxical. While talking to TodayTwigs, the owner of Social Media Group Pratichaya, and the author of this book, said laughingly, “Yes, the title of the book is indeed thought provoking. And this is the reason why I want my readers to keep their fingers crossed, keep on guessing till the time the book reaches to their hands.

Pratibha has been in the writing for good number of years, however this is her First Crush with creativity. Though she remain tight-lipped when asked to shed light about what is inside the book, but one thing that can be said with absolute certainty is that it is destined to be as popular as her Social Media Presence Pratichaya is.

 


 

Realme GT and Realme GT Master Edition: Launched in India with 256 GB of storage and leather back panel

 Summary

The price of 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage of Realme GT is Rs 37,999 and the price of 256 GB storage with 12 GB RAM is Rs 41,999. This phone can be purchased in Dashing Blue and Dashing Silver colour.

 

Realme India has launched two new smartphones of Realme GT series, Realme GT and Realme GT Master Edition in India. Both the phones have a 120Hz Super AMOLED display and also support triple rear cameras. While the Realme GT 5G comes with the Snapdragon 888 processor, the Realme GT Master Edition has been launched with the Snapdragon 778G. The Realme GT Master Edition comes with a suitcase-like back design designed by Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa.

 

 

Price of Realme GT, Realme GT Master Edition

The price of 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage of Realme GT is Rs 37,999 and the price of 256 GB storage with 12 GB RAM is Rs 41,999. This phone can be purchased in Dashing Blue and Dashing Silver color. This phone will also be available in Racing Yellow color with which leather finish will be available. Realme GT Master Edition is priced at Rs 25,999 for the 128 GB storage variant with 6 GB RAM, Rs 27,999 for the 128 GB storage variant with 8 GB RAM and Rs 29,999 for the 256 GB storage variant with 8 GB RAM. The phone can be purchased in Voyager Grey, Cosmic Blue and Luna White.

 

 

Specifications of Realme GT

Realme GT has Android 11 based Realme UI 2.0. Apart from this, it has a 6.43-inch Full HD Plus Super AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. The brightness of the display is 1000 nits. The phone will get Snapdragon 888 processor, up to 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM with up to 7 GB of virtual RAM and up to 256 GB of storage.

 

Camera of realme GT

The phone has a triple rear camera setup in which the primary lens is 64 megapixel Sony IMX682 sensor, which has an aperture f / 1.8. The second lens is 8 megapixels ultra-wide and the third lens is 2 megapixels macro. There is a 16 megapixel front camera for selfie.

 

Realme GT battery

For connectivity, Realme GT has 5G, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth v5.2, GPS / A-GPS, NFC and Type-C port. It has an in-display fingerprint sensor. The Realme GT packs a 4500mAh battery with support for 65W super fast charging.

 

 

Specifications of Realme GT Master Edition

Realme GT Master Edition has Android 11 based Realme UI 2.0. Apart from this, it has a 6.43-inch Full HD Plus Super AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. The phone will get Snapdragon 778G processor, up to 8 GB of RAM with up to 5 GB of virtual RAM and up to 256 GB of storage.

 

Camera of Realme GT Master Edition

The phone also has a triple rear camera setup in which the primary lens is the 64-megapixel Sony IMX682 sensor, which has an aperture f / 1.8. The second lens is 8 megapixels ultra wide and the third lens is 2 megapixels macro. There is a 32-megapixel front camera for selfie.

 

Realme GT Master Edition battery

Realme GT Master Edition has 5G, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth, GPS/ A-GPS, NFC and Type-C port. This phone also has an in-display fingerprint sensor. It has a 4300mAh battery that supports 65W fast charging. The weight of the phone is 174 grams.