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Monday, July 8, 2019

Railway Recruitment 2019: Multiple RRB jobs on offer across various zones at indianrailways.gov.in



Railway Recruitment 2019: The Indian Railways as a part of its latest recruitment drive has invited candidates to apply for a number of new RRB jobs at indianrailways.gov.in. Interested candidates can simply visit the official website of Indian Railways and from there they can visit the website of the zonal railway that they wish apply for. It is to be noted that candidates have been invited to apply for Walk-in interviews and the application process. Detail about the various zones have been mentioned below, candidates can check the same and then apply.

KEAM 2019 Counselling Second Allotment Result Expected Today at cee.kerala.gov.in


The Commission for Entrance Examinations, Kerala, will announce KEAM 2019 second allotment result today, July 8. The KEAM Second Allotment Result 2019 will be released by the Kerala Commission for Entrance Examinations on its official website cee.kerala.gov.in. Students who have cleared the Kerala Engineering Agriculture Medical Degree examination and have registered to participate in the KEAM 2019 counselling can check the second round seat allotment result on its official website.

Father George TJ, alias Jerry, was allegedly abusing six minors at a boys’ home in Kochi,


According to new agencies a Kerala priest has been arrested for allegedly sexually abusing the children of a boys' home in Kochi. Father George TJ, alias Jerry, was the director of a boys’ home in Kochi run by Carmelites order under the diocese of Cochin. He was nabbed on Sunday by the police after the parents of some boys filed a complaint.According to the police, some children at the boys’ home had gone out to play but reached the institution in the evening after the curfew. As punishment, the priest asked the staff to not let the boys enter the premises.

Sunday, July 7, 2019

PNB detects fraud of ₹3,805.15 crore by Bhushan Power & Steel

Punjab National Bank on Saturday said it has detected a fraud of ₹3,805.15 crore by Bhushan Power & Steel Ltd and has reported it to the RBI. PNB added that the steelmaker misappropriated bank funds and manipulated books to raise funds from consortium lender banks. The disclosure comes as PNB is recovering from a ₹14,000-crore fraud by diamantaire Nirav Modi.