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Hospitality Industry Utilize Indian Power: M. Venkaiah Naidu

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Panaji. Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday called on the hospitality industry to enhance India’s power globally.

Referring to the Indian concept of ‘Aditi Devo Bawa’ at a function at the Hotel Management Institute (IHM) in Goa, Mr. Naidu, our culture, our cuisine and the ways in which foreigners are welcomed in the country can help to attract more.

The first batch of Govt-19 has reached Lucknow and the vaccination will start from January 16

He underscored the importance of the travel and tourism industry as one of the largest job creators. The sector employed 87.5 lakh people, which is 12.75 per cent of the total employment in 2018-19.

The vice president said the region is most affected by the epidemic. He hoped that the reduction in foreign passenger traffic, job losses and the recession would be temporary and that there would be a boom in the hospitality sector.

He said Goa is a major global tourist destination. Apart from the scenic beauty of Goa, the exhibitions and festivals here excite tourists from the arts and architecture. Goa has a special place in the hearts of foreign and domestic tourists.

 

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Snikta made life easier by playing life and death blindly

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Gorakhpur Snikta, a daughter from Gorakhpur district, suffers from severe thalassemia. After this, Snikta has taken a step forward to fulfill her dream of becoming a professor by crossing the web while playing life and death. Snikta makes life easier from childhood because of her spirits.

Snikta, who lives on the city’s prison bypass road, is an example not only for daughters but also for adults. He has been suffering from major thalassemia since he was two and a half months old. In this disease, every moment is life threatening.

The incurable and dangerous disease did not even affect Snikta’s dreams. Snikta crossed the web after finishing basic and graduation from good numbers. He is now preparing for the JRF (Junior Research Fellowship).

Snikta, daughter of LIC agent Sanath Chatterjee, needs two units of blood every 15 days. He has to go to Lucknow twice a month for blood transfusion. If it is delayed by two days, there is difficulty in breathing. Despite this, Snikta was never afraid or stirred his spirits. His dream is to become a professor.

Sanath Chatterjee says his daughter was diagnosed with major thalassemia during the trial when she was two and a half months old. Blood transfusions should be done two to three times a month. About 25 times a year, the nerves in the daughter’s hands began to dry up due to the blood transfusion. There was a lot of pain, but Snikta did not give up. She goes to school every day and gives full time to study.

 

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SP chief Akhilesh Yadav arrives in Rampur to meet Assam Khan’s family

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Rampur. Samajwadi Party leader, U.P. Former Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav arrived in Rampur district on Friday. This time, he is the party’s Rampur MP. He has met the legislative wife of Assam Khan, Tajin Fatima and son Abdullah Assam Khan.

MP Assam Khan’s wife was jailed in Sitapur for about 10 months. He returned to Rampur after being released from jail a month ago. However, none of the big leaders of the Samajwadi Party came to meet him, while Congress leader Imran Pratapkari and Madhya Pradesh MLA Arif Masood came to meet him in Rampur on Wednesday. He had to go well. He fell and was injured in Sitapur jail. Now the SP leader has come to Rampur to know his health.

SP District Chairman Akhilesh Kumar, National Chairman MP He said he would reach Assam Khan’s house directly and meet his wife Tajin Fatma. You know their status. After this, at 12.30pm, S.P. will speak to the media in the office. Significantly, in 2019, numerous cases were registered against Assam Khan and his supporters. There are 85 cases pending against Assam Khan, while 34 cases are pending against Dasin Fatma and 42 cases against Abdullah Assam.

The trio surrendered in court on February 26 last year. The court then sent the trio to jail. Assam Khan and Abdullah were lodged in Sitapur jail. Tajin Fatma was released on December 21, 2020 after being granted bail in all four cases of Assam Khan and three of Abdullah.

 

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Tejaswi Yadav said he had challenged Chief Minister Nitish Kumar

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Tejaswi Yadav said he had challenged Chief Minister Nitish Kumar

Tejaswi Yadav said he had challenged Chief Minister Nitish Kumar

Patna. The Bihar Nitish Kumar government has issued an order to take stern action against objectionable comments on social media against ministers, officials, MLAs and MPs. Politics in the state has now begun in connection with this order. RJD leader and former deputy chief minister Tejashvi Yadav has challenged the chief minister to ‘arrest’ him.

In Bihar, the mother of democracy, Union Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is tearing democracy apart. Yadav said why such acts should be ashamed. You have signed your conscience, policies and ideas with the BJP-Sangam, but you will not allow it to deprive the general public of their basic rights. Get it!

Opposition leader in the Bihar Assembly Tejaswi Yadav tweeted from his official Twitter handle challenging Chief Minister Nitish Kumar: Nitish Kumar, the creator of 60 scams, the father of corruption, the patron of wrongdoers, the head of an immoral and illegal government. Bihar Police sell liquor. Recovering criminals refers to the innocent. I challenge the Chief to arrest me now under this order.

Tejaswi wrote in another tweet that Nitish Kumar was following in Hitler’s footsteps. Here, NDA constituency leaders have volunteered to defend the order. Zidane Ram Manjhi, leader and former chief minister of the Hindustani Awami Morcha, supported the order, saying that many riotous elements and organizations have sought to end mutual brotherhood in the community through social media, resulting in suffering.

The government is taking action on such elements, so why are the opposition parties so scared? Aren’t the same people spreading the riot by posting objectionable posts on social media? Here, JDU spokesman Nikhil Mandal says it is for illiterate people who do not know how to respect the mother and sister of others. He dug into the opposition and said the same people regretted the order.

It is noteworthy that the Bihar Economic Crimes Division said that if you make objectionable, indecent and misleading remarks against the government, ministers, MPs, MLAs and government officials on social media, you can be prosecuted.

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