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Trolled for insensitive selfie at CRPF jawan's funeral, Union Minister KJ Alphons asks Kerala DGP for action

"I attended the last ceremonial rites of Vasantha Kumar, who sacrificed his life for the nation, on February 16 at Wayanad. Some person had taken my photographs standing near the coffin. My media secretary had put the same on Facebook," Alphons said
Union Tourism Minister KJ Alphons has asked Kerala Director General of Police to take action against ‘culprits,’ who he said were responsible for spreading ‘false news’ about his selfie at the funeral of a CRPF jawan’s funeral.Alphons said that it was ‘uncharitable, unbecoming and illegal to spread false news’ when he was merely paying homage to a jawan as a union minister. “Kindly take appropriate action against culprits and bring them before law,” he said. “Some miscreants had spread false news against me on social media. The act of those miscreants reduced my reputation in the public, which is an offence punishable under the provisions of IPC,” Alphons was quoted by news agency ANI.

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All over Europe eggs have been found to be contaminated by a dangerous pesticide called Fipronil. The eggs originated from poultry farms in Holland. Investigations into the illegal use of Fipronil on poultry farms have led to 180 big poultries being shut down. Millions of eggs and egg-based products like salads, sandwiches and mayonnaise have been pulled from supermarket shelves. So far Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, France, Sweden, Britain, Austria, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Denmark, Switzerland and Hongkong have found Fipronil in their eggs.

Fipronil is an insecticide not permitted for use around animals destined for consumption, or in any products destined for the human food chain. The effects of consuming it? Sweating, nausea, vomiting, headache, stomach pain, dizziness, weakness, and seizures. It can cause abnormalities of the thyroid, liver and kidneys, if consumed by humans. Since researchers found thyroid tumours in both male and femal…

UPPRPB Declares Names of 41,520 Police Constables at How to Check

The Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment Board, also known as UPPRPB, on Monday declared UPPRPB Police Constable Result 2019. The UPPRPB announced the UPPRPB Police constable result 2019 on its official website at

The UPPRPB had announced a vacancy of 41,520 police constables in the state. Of the appointments, 23,520 constables would be for the civil police and the rest 18,000 is for the PAC.

How to Check Your UPPRPB Police Constable Result 2019

Step 1. Visit the official website at

Step 2. Look for the tab that says UPPRPB Police Constable Result 2019

Step 3. Click on the tab and a separate dialogue box will open.

Step 4. A pdf will appear on the screen with the names of the selected candidates.

Step 5. Download the pdf and keep it for your future reference.

The UPPRPB Police Constable Result 2019 were declared after a written and Physical Examination Test (PET). As many as 22,76,184 aspirants had sat for UPPRPB Police Constable examination.

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Indian Navy MR, SSR, AA admit card 2019 to be released today at

The Indian Navy is expected to release the admit cards for the common exams scheduled for the Matric Recruit (MR), Senior Secondary Recruit (SSR), and Artificer Apprentice (AA) recruitment by 6 pm on Monday. The recruitment of 146 batches is scheduled to begin from August.

The Indian Navy MR, SSR and AA examination is scheduled to be held from February 23-28, 2019. The candidates can download their AA/SSR/MR recruitment admit cards from the official website of the Indian Navy at

How to download Indian Navy MR, SSR and AA 2019 admit cards:

1. Visit the website

2. Click on the recruitment link under the 'Current Events' tab

3. You will be redirected to a new window. Click on the 'admit card' link in the new window

4. Enter your details

5. Download your admit card and take a printout for future use

The release of the admit cards for AA/SSR/MR recruitment of the Indian Navy was earlier scheduled to be on February 11 and then l…

Pulwama: Pulwama attack mastermind Abdul Rasheed Ghazi killed by Indian Military ,Pakistan media claims contrary

In a big breakthrough, security forces on Monday gunned down top Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) commander Abdul Rasheed Ghazi alias Kamran, in a 12-hour-long encounter with multiple JeM terrorists in Pulwama area. Ghazi was a Pakistani national and the brain behind the Pulwama attack. TOI had reported on Sunday that Ghazi may still be in the Valley.

However Pakistani Media is claiming that Ghazi, was killed in 2007 during the Lal Masjid operation launched by the then president General (retd) Pervez Musharraf.

Who was Abdul Rasheed Ghazi ?

Ghazi, who was an Afghan war veteran and an IED specialist, was the one who trained Adil Dar, the terrorist from Pulwama who drove the explosive laden vehicle into the CRPF convoy.

On January 3, TOI was the first to report about the top Jaish commander having crossed the border on December 9 and hiding in Pulwama. The security forces had intensified the manhunt for him since the attack.

Pulwama attack aftermath: Over 200 Pakistani websites hacked by Indian group

New Delhi: In the wake of the dastardly terror attack on Indian forces in Pulwama, more than 200 Pakistani websites have reportedly been hacked by an Indian hacker group - 'Team I Crew', as a sign of protest.

A list of the hacked website is being shared on social media platforms, claiming that it is perhaps one of the biggest cyber attack launched by Indian hackers on the Pakistani cyber world

Messages like “We will never forget #14/02/2019,” "Dedicated to the martyrs sacrificed their lives in #PulwamaTerrorAttack,” appear on some of the websites along with a condolence note for the families of the CRPF jawans killed in the attack.

On February 14, Pakistani-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed carried out a brutal attack in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district claiming lives of 40 CRPF personnel. The attack, which is being considered as one of the deadliest terrorist strikes on Indian force, has drawn criticism from various quarters with several countries coming out in suppor…

RRB Group D result 2019: How to check on mobile, list of all regional websites, cut-off, minimum marks

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The RRB will also release nearly 2.5 lakh vacancies under various categories this year. The Railway Minister Piyush Goyal has recently announced this in a press conference.

RRB Railway group D result 2018-19: How to check on mobile

Step 1: Open chrome or whichever browser you use on your mobile phone

Step 2: Visit the regional website

Step 3: Click on the link ‘RRB group D result’

Step 4: Wait while you will be redirected to a new page

Step 5: Log-in using your c…