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Rahul Gandhi quits as Congress party president



Rahul Gandhi quits as Congress party president
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Following months of tussle with his own party colleagues, Rahul Gandhi has finally resigned from Indian National Congress party president position.
In an tweet on his official twitter handle the Gandhi scion announced his resignation.

Having already announced his willingness to resign Mr Gandhi was expected to change his mind following pressure from his own party members.

In the tweet put out by his official handle Mr Gandhi accused principal ruling Hindu nationalist party lead by Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying “we didn’t fight a political party… we fought the entire machinery of the Indian state”.
“I owe the country and my organisation a debt of tremendous gratitude and love”, he followed.

Jai Hind ??

In the world’s largest electoral exercise earlier this year incumbent Bhartiya Janata Party led by Prime Minister Modi stormed back to power on even bigger mandate which was highly unexpected and happened first time in about couple of decades in India’s history.

In this crucial election Mr Gandhi lost Amethi, an traditional Congress bastion heldsince Gandhi Prime Minister’s, in most populous and electorally crucial northern state of Uttar Pradesh.

Mr Gandhi was also the leader of Congress while it suffered its worst ever defeats in Indian electorate in 2014 and 2019, winning just 44 and 52 respectively of India’s 543 seats.

Following his resignation there has been an mixed response on Twitter, including mockery of the democracy in the grand old party.

Political pundits and others are eager waiting for the future leader for the Congress party.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the first-ever Khelo India University at Cuttack



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Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Saturday welcomed all the participants to the sports-loving state of Odisha. The grand opening of the Khelo India University Games done. The Khelo India University Games are being organized by the Central government in association with the Odisha government. The games will be held from February 22-March 1 April at Bhubaneswar.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the first-ever Khelo India University Games at Cuttack in Odisha. PM Modi will inaugurate the games open through video conferencing. The event will be attended by several dignitaries and sportspersons, including Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik and Union Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju.
As 3,400 athletes from 159 universities across the country will vie for top honors in 17 disciplines, including rugby which is among the six-team events.

With 191 athletes, the Panjab University in Chandigarh and 183 athletes, the Guru Nanak Dev University in Amritsar will comprise some of the largest contingents. The sports disciplines will include archery, athletics, boxing, fencing, judo, swimming, weightlifting, wrestling, badminton, basketball, football, hockey, table tennis, tennis, volleyball, rugby, and kabaddi.  Athletes are looking at the Khelo India University Games with the aim to make a mark not only for their institutions and themselves but also to catch the eye of a talented players. The attempt is to make the Khelo India University Games an aspirational competition for India’s youngsters with twin objectives of helping them find the balance between sport and education.

Khelo India University Games has provided a great platform for all the students to showcase their talent at the national level, Patnaik said, adding that he was optimistic that all the athletes will enjoy a comfortable stay in the sports-loving state.

The chief minister of Orrisa Naveen Patnaik said: “some of these athletes will go away with a medal, others with experiences and all with a great memory of sportsmanship and witnessing sports and sportsman spirit can inspire a generation to make our country a sporting powerhouse”.

Patnaik also thanked the Government of India, Sports Authority of India, Sports Federation, KIIT University and the state government for organizing the KIUG-2020.

The CMO of Odisha tweeted that “#KheloIndiaUniversityGames2020 in #Odisha is a unique platform for 4000+ students all over the country to compete in 17 disciplines. It furthers the nation’s mission of becoming a sporting powerhouse and preparing the youth for a global stage. #KIGOdisha2020”.

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Hero Destini 125 BS6 Scooter Launched In India; Check the price and features



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Hero MotoCorp has revealed the Destini 125 BS6 in the Indian market. The Hero Destini 125 BS6 appears with a price of Rs 64,310. This presents it the most reliable 125cc scooter in the Indian market, undercharging the price of its nearest competitor by Rs 500.

The Destini 125 is appeared in two variants: LX and VX. The top-spec ‘VX’ trim appears at a slightly more expensive price tag of Rs 66,800, ex-showroom (Delhi). Both variants are powered by the likewise engine, which is supposed to have taken a slight improvement in its power structures, while also being more processed and fuel-efficient.

The Hero Destini 125 now arrives powered by a BS6-compliant 124cc single-cylinder motor. It delivers 9bhp at 7000rpm and 10.4Nm of torque at 5500rpm. This is a small increment in 0.2bhp and torque related to the BS4 model. Aside from the minimal rise in power figures, Hero MotoCorp also deserves that Destini 125 now offers 11% enhanced mileage figures as well. Destiny 125 now appears with a fuel-injected regularity, substituting the carburetor system from the earlier models.

Aside from the above-stated changes, the scooter persists stable otherwise. It yet proceeds to propose a host of innovations and tools, comprising a start/stop technology, semi-digital device cluster, mobile charging, dual-texture furniture, chrome accents all around, alloy wheels, and drive lamp; amongst other

The Hero Destini 125 is alike to its sibling, the Maestro Edge 125 and is pointed at a more youthful audience. It originates with a smooth profile, striving a sporty design that engages to first-time buyers in the division.

The Destini 125 BS6 is now the most reliable scooter in the 125cc segment in the Indian market. The Destini 125 BS6 doesn’t highlight any significant changes, in spite of the modernized mechanicals, which at present offers better appearance, mileage, and elegance. The Hero Destini 125 BS6 competitors the likes of the Suzuki Access 125 (segment-leader), TVS NTorq 125, Honda Activa 125, and the newly-launched Yamaha Fascino 125 in the Indian bazaar.


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Tata Nexon EV Review: India’s Most Affordable Electric SUV, Now Available at Rs 13.99 Lakh



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Tata Motors will soon be launching its most advanced all-electric SUV in the Indian market, that is named as Nexon EV.  The electric SUV is the primary product from the brand to highlight the company’s all-new ‘Ziptron’ powertrain.

Design & Style 

 The front of the Tata Nexon EV appears with a perfectly revived appearance, endeavoring a more sporty and superior charisma. Interiors on the new electric SUV have also been modernized; continuing to the sporty features of the Nexon.

The new headlamps are now sharper-looking and appear with projector headlamps. The LED DRLs on the new Tata Nexon EV has also been renewed and is combined into the principal headlamp cluster. The DRLs currently arrive in an X-shape, furnishing it a dynamic design.

The front edge also arrives with modernized housing for the fog lamps, which have also been renewed. The front bumper now attains with a more open-air dam at the bottom-center with what Tata Motors like to call ‘Electric Blue’.

 Nexon EV is an entirely different set of 16-inch diamond-cut metal wheels as well, combining to the premium-ness of the SUV.

Interiors & practicality

Customers are instantly greeted to a simple yet revised cabin. The Nexon EV arises with a beautifully enclosed leather steering roller, with installed controls for the audio and call functionalities.

Behind the steering wheel is a semi-digital device cluster, with an analog speedometer. and digital display. The digital display is related to that on the Altroz premium hatchback, yet, on the Nexon EV, it contributes a host of other data as well. This involves battery status, battery percentage, tachometer, regenerative braking mode; among other functionalities.

The Tata Nexon EV highlights a seven-inch floating touchscreen infotainment display, supports both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It also emphasizes the brand’s United technology as well, which on its individual grants an added 35 features, controllable via an app on the smartphone.

Placed below the infotainment system on the middle console are the AC vents. It’s enclosed by electric blue accents, moved forward from the interiors. The dashboard arrives with a dual-tone scheme, with a black finish on the roof and beige at the bottom, simultaneously with a piano-black end in between

The dashboard appears with soft-touch elements as well, extending a rewarding look and touch in the cabin. Along with this, the Tata Nexon EV also contributes a USB port and a 12V charging socket, which are located well, for your better convenience. There are also loads of cubby areas in the middle console.

In words of practicality, the Tata Nexon EV comprises various cubby spaces and storage all around. It grants an extensive glovebox, loads of storage ranges on the all four doors, on the center console, and behind the front seats. Drive capacity on the Nexon EV is 350-litres, although this can additionally be stretched through a 60:40 split of the rear seats.

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Indian Bank SO Admit Card 2020 Released: Check Details Here, Get Direct Link



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Indian Bank SO Admit Card 2020 released by Industrial Development Bank of India is now available on the website, The candidates can download the Indian bank admit card for the Specialist Officers (SO) post from the official website. The online examination of the Indian Bank SO 2020 will be held on March 8, 2020. The call letters for the Specialist Officers exam has already been started from February 20, 2020.

Important Details of Indian Bank SO Exam

Name of the companyIndian bank
Post name Specialist Officer
Number of Vacancies138 Posts
Date of admit cardFrom 20.02.2020
Date of exam 08.03.2020
Official link: Download From HereIndian Bank SO Admit Card 2020


Steps to download the Indian Bank SO Admit Card 2020 

The candidate can follow the below steps to download the admit card for the specialist officer post.  

  1. The candidate need to visit the official page of Indian Bank:
  2. On the home page, tap on the search option
  3. Click on the career option where Indian Bank SO Admit Card 2020 link will be displayed on the screen.
  4. Now, fill up the necessary credentials to log in
  5. Candidate can now download the admit card for the Indian Bank SO examination 2020.

Indian Bank SO 2020: Vacancy Details

Total of 138 posts are available for the SO post in Indian Bank. Check below the details.

  • Assistant Manager Credit – 85
  • Manager Credit – 15
  • Manager Security – 15
  • Manager Forex – 10
  • Manager Legal – 2
  • Manager Dealer – 5
  • Manager Risk Management – 5
  • Senior Manager Risk Management – 1

Pay Scale:

Scale I – Rs. 23700 980/7 30560 1145/2 32850 1310/7 42020

Scale II – 31705 1145/1 32850 1310/10 45950

Scale III – Rs. 42020 1310/5 48570 1460/2 51490

Details Mentioned On Indian Bank Admit Card SO 2020

Check below the details mentioned on the Indian Bank SO Admit Card are listed below:

  1. Candidate’s Name
  2. Candidate’s Date of Birth
  3. Gender of the Candidate
  4. Candidate’s Photograph
  5. Signature of the Candidate
  6. Indian Bank SO Application Number
  7. Exam Centre Address
  8. Date of the Exam
  9. Exam Timings
  10. General Guidelines

Documents To Be Carried Along With IB SO Admit Card

Along with the Indian Bank admit card, the candidates must carry one of the following valid photo ID proofs to the exam centre

  • Aadhar Card
  • Passport
  • Voter ID Card
  • Permanent Driving License
  • Bank Passbook with Photograph
  • PAN Card
  • Photo Identity Proof issued by a People’s Representative/Gazetted Officer along with a Photograph
  • Aadhar/ E-aadhar Card with a Photograph
  • Identity Card issued by a Recognized University/College

Indian Bank SO 2020: Selection Procedure

The selection process of the Indian Bank SO is through computer-based examination, interview and documentary examination. The weightage is 80:20 for Test and Interview for Merit listing.

  • The Candidates who get qualified score card mentioned by Indian Bank in the SO Common Written Exam issued by IBPS are only eligible.
  • Candidates belonging to the unreserved/ EWS category, the minimum qualifying mark in the test is 40% and 35% for the candidates belonging to the ST/SC/ OBC and PWD categories. The same goes for the interview also.

Indian Bank SO Manager (Legal) Exam Pattern:

SubjectNo.of. QuestionsMarksDuration
General English5050 


2 Hours

General Awareness with Reference to Banking5025
Professional Knowledge5075


Indian Bank Senior Manager Risk Management Exam Pattern

SubjectNo.of. QuestionsMarksDuration
Professional Knowledge6010001 Hour


Indian Bank SO Exam Pattern for Other SO Post

SubjectNo.of. QuestionsMarksDuration
General English50502 Hours
Quantitative Aptitude5025
Professional Knowledge
(in specific vertical)


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Coronavirus outbreak to hit global growth which have less impact on India: RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das



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RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das has said “The coronavirus outbreak will have a less impact on India but the global GDP and trade will definitely get affected due to the large size of the Chinese economy. Only a couple of sectors in India are likely to see some disruptions but alternatives are being explored to overcome those issues”.

He told in PTI interview that “The deadly virus has brought a large part of the world’s second-largest economy China to a standstill and its impact has been felt across industries. India’s pharmaceutical and electronic manufacturing sectors are dependent on China for inputs and they may be impacted”.

He further said”It is definitely an issue which needs to be closely monitored by every policymaker whether in India or any other country. Every policymaker, every monetary authority needs to keep a very close watch. So coronavirus issue needs to be closely watched .

A similar problem, perhaps on a lower scale, occurred last time during the outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in 2003, he said adding that the Chinese economy had slowed down by about 1 per cent during that time.

At the time of SARS outbreak, China was the sixth-largest economy and accounted for only 4.2 per cent of the world’s GDP. While, the Asian giant is now the world’s second-largest economy, accounting for 16.3 per cent of the global GDP, therefore, any slowdown in the Chinese economy would impact the global economy.
The RBI governor said that the coronavirus outbreak appears to be larger than SARS and this time China’s share in world GDP and world trade is much higher. “So, the coronavirus will definitely have an impact on the global GDP and global trade,” he said adding that every major economy today will have to be very careful and must monitor the situation closely.

For India, China is an important trading partner and policymakers both in the government and the monetary authority “are very watchful of the developments that are taking place,” he said.

If the Chinese authorities are able to contain the problem, the impact on the global economy and on India will be minimised, Das said.
On the impact on India, he said the pharmaceutical sector is sourcing raw materials from China.

“Most of the large pharma companies, according to information that we have, always keep stock for three-four months. So, therefore, they should be able to manage and also those provinces from where these pharma intermediates are sourced have not been impacted by the virus outbreak. Therefore, there is an expectation that the supply of pharma raw materials will be maintained,” he said.

The other areas where India is dependent on China is mobile handsets, TV sets and certain other electronic products. “There again it is important that our manufacturers are able to develop alternative places of sourcing these raw materials.”

“So, I think there is evidence that already our manufacturers are discussing with other countries in the Asian region. So, if they are able to quickly access raw materials from these other countries, then to that extent the problem on our manufacturing will be contained,” he said.

He noted that the critical thing to be watched and monitored now is how quickly Chinese authorities are able to contain the problem. For India, he said, the important aspect is manufacturer should be able to quickly develop alternative sources.

India exports iron ore to China and it could be impacted, he said. “But in economics, something negative in one place always works positive elsewhere. So if your iron ore exports are impacted, then perhaps the raw material supply to our local domestic steel manufacturers will be at reduced costs. So their cost of production may go down.”

Das said Coronavirus is a big human tragedy and the focus has to be on containing this menace. China’s GDP has risen dramatically since SARS outbreak in 2003. In 2002, China contributed 23 per cent to the world GDP growth, in 2019 China contributed an estimated 38 per cent of world growth.

The 11 Chinese provinces have announced an extended holiday period. Meanwhile, the death toll from the coronavirus epidemic in China crossed the 2,000-mark on Wednesday with the death of 136 more people, while the overall confirmed cases climbed to 74,185, authorities said.

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