New Income Tax e-Filing Portal ITR Filing 2.0 Website Link, Features, Benefits For Taxpayers And More

New Income Tax e-Filing Portal: ITR Filing 2.0 Website Link, Features, Benefits For Taxpayers And More

In a bid to make your ITR filing smooth, the CBDT has revamped the old ITR website. The Income Tax Department has launched its new e-filing portal– www.incometax.gov.in– on 7th June 2021. The portal is aimed at providing taxpayers with a convenient, modern and seamless experience while filing their returns. However, the new e-filing website was not accessible.

The Income Tax department will be launching a new income tax filing portal today which aims to provide a more user-friendly, modern and seamless experience to taxpayers.

The department informed about the rollout of the new e-filing portal on their official Twitter handle and said it will be available shortly. It will provide various advantages to the taxpayers and will make the process of tax payment easy.

The Central Board of Direct Taxes in a statement said that the Income Tax Department is launching its new e-filing portal www.incometax.gov.in on 7 June which is aimed at providing taxpayer convenience and a modern, seamless experience to taxpayers.

New Income Tax e-filing website

The Income Tax department has overhauled the existing old tax filing portal and a new income tax e-filing website will be launched today. At present, the current e-filing link is http://existing www.Incometaxindiaefiling.Gov.In and is currently put under a blackout period.

Income tax filing portal benefits

The new online portal will provide several benefits to the taxpayers and it will make the return filing process easy and convenient for them. The new tax payment system will be launched on 18 June after the advance tax advance tax instalment date to avoid any inconvenience.

Key Highlights:

1- It is taxpayer-friendly.

2- It is integrated with the immediate processing of Income Tax Returns (ITRs) to issue quick refunds to taxpayers. 

3- Keeping in view the convenience of the taxpayers, a single dashboard will display all the interactions and uploads or pending actions to help taxpayers with follow-up action.

4- Free of cost ITR preparation software with interactive questions to help taxpayers for ITRs 1, 4 (online and offline) and ITR 2 (offline) to begin with. The facility for preparation of ITRs 3, 5, 6, 7 will be made available shortly. 

5- Taxpayers will be able to proactively update their profile to provide certain details of income including salary, house property, business/profession which will be used in pre-filling their ITR. Detailed enablement of pre-filling with salary income, interest, dividend and capital gains will be available after TDS and SFT statements are uploaded (due date is June 30, 2021). 

6- New call centre for taxpayer assistance for prompt response to taxpayer queries.

7- Detailed FAQs, User Manuals, Videos and chatbot/live agent are also provided.

8- Functionalities for filing Income Tax Forms, Add tax professionals, Submit responses to Notices in Faceless Scrutiny or Appeals is available.

Here are some of the salient features of the new income tax e-portal that will be launched:

-The new income tax portal will issue detailed frequently asked questions (FAQ), chatbox, video, live agent to help the taxpayers understand the features of the new portal.

-The portal also comes with a reminder about the necessary compliance which will prompt the taxpayers to complete all their pending filings.

-Taxpayers will now be able to pre-fill their salary income, interest and dividends and all the capital gains will be reflected after TDS and SFT deductions.

-The new portal will also have a new online tax payment system with various options like net banking, credit card, UPI, NEFT and RTGS for easy payment of taxes.

-A new mobile application will also be launched subsequently which will help the taxpayers to understand various features of the new portal.

Covid-19 vaccine slot tracker List of websites and apps that notify you of vaccine slot availability (1)

Covid-19 vaccine slot tracker: List of websites and apps that notify you of vaccine slot availability

The Indian government kicked off the third phase of the Covid-19 vaccination drive on May 1. Now, all citizens above 18 years are eligible to get inoculated.

With more cases piling up in the country, experts have appealed to people to get themselves vaccinated at the earliest. The studies have shown that even people, who have received just one jab can have enough immunity to endure Covid-19 and there is less risk of getting into a serious condition.

However, the state-run Co-WIN website, which offers people to get appointments for vaccination at the nearest health centres, is inundated with millions of requests. This has caused the website to crash and sometimes show an error message. There is caused the website to crash and sometimes show an error message. There is a lot of anxiousness among the citizens over the uncertainty of vaccine availability.

DH lists all the reliable chatbots, apps and websites that will help in notifying you of the vaccine slots whenever it gets available at the nearest health centre.

Vaccinate Me

This is one of the most reliable websites to know the latest details on slots open for vaccination in India.

Just select the State and the district or Pincode. It will readily show the list of the slots available on a particular day and also users can filter the search with the specific vaccine (Covishield/Covaxin), 18+, 45+ and more.

Once you click the particular date, it will show all the hospitals/healthcare centres with the address. Just visit the VaccinateMe site (here). It is best suited to check on a smartphone.

Under45.in

Users just have to go to the website (preferably via smartphone here) and select the State and District and press enter. It gives a Telegram chatbot link and click on it to get notified on vaccine inoculation slots in the particular region on Telegram.

GetJab.in

Here, the website has a simple interface. Users just have to select District and submit information such as name, email and phone number. And, press the ‘Get Notified’ button. It will alert the user about the availability of the vaccine slot via a registered number and email ID. You can check the website here (link).

Airtel Thanks app

Cellular network service provider Airtel has introduced new tools such as Covid SOS help and vaccine slot finder to Airtel Thanks app.

Airtel subscribers can find crucial Covid-19 related emergency services such as Oxygen, medical help, and more. Customers have to just register their phone numbers. Also, they will be asked to mention the area and select types of services– plasma donors, ambulance, food, hospital beds, and more.

MyGov Corona Helpdesk chatbot

The Indian government in collaboration with WhatsApp has set up a chatbot to citizens find the vaccination booths open for booking slots for inoculation.

Users just need to add this phone number — 9013151515 — to their contact list. And then, open the MyGov Corona Helpdesk on WhatsApp. Start the conversation with the Chatbot by typing ‘Namaste’. It will guide you on how to find the nearest Covid vaccination centre.

Paytm

Paytm has added a new ‘Vaccine slot finder’ tool in its e-commerce app. Users just need to enter their age group and the pin code of the residential area.

FindSlot.in

This website uses Co-WIN API (Application Programming Interface) to get the latest update on vaccine slot availability. Here, users have to select the state, district and type pin code. And, then it will list all the details of the nearest health centre details. You can visit the website (here). The only qualm is that it heavily relies on Co-WIN website and delivers the information a bit late.

Co-WIN website/app

As said before, it is the most used website/app in the country and tends to crash often. But we still recommend that people to check on this platform between short intervals to get updates to book slots for inoculation.

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How To Register For Vaccination On Cowin

The registration for the next phase of the Covid-19 vaccinat .

Covid-19 vaccine registration for 18+ from today on CoWin app : All you need to know

The minimum age for each vaccination center is displayed with the name of the vaccination center. Appointment slots are available where the age displayed is 18 plus,” the government’s citizen engagement platform @mygovindia tweeted.

“More Appointment slots will soon be offered. If slots are not currently available, please check again after sometime,” it further stated.

Under the third phase of the national vaccination drive, the vaccine manufacturers would supply 50 per cent of their monthly Central Drugs Laboratory (CDL) released doses to the central government. They would be free to supply the remaining 50 per cent doses to state governments and in the open market.

The Centre will continue to vaccinate those declared eligible so far – frontline workers, health workers and those above 45.

The Serum Institute of India has priced Covishield vaccine at ₹400 per dose for states and ₹600 per dose for private hospitals, Bharat Biotech has decided to sell its Covaxin at ₹600 per dose to states and ₹1,200 per dose to private hospitals. The Centre, however, has asked the drug makers to lower their prices.

Apart from Serum Institute of India’s Covishield and Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin, Russia’s Sputnik will soon be used, the government said.

Like the first and the second phase, registration would be done through the cowin.gov.in website and also through the Aarogya Setu mobile app but there won’t be any walk-in registration in this phase.

Here is how to register for Covid-19 vaccination through the CoWIN portal:

-Log on to www.cowin.gov.in.

-Enter your mobile number.

-Get an OTP to create your account.

-Enter the OTP and click on the “Verify” button.

-You will be directed to the registration of the vaccination’ page. On this page, there will be an option to choose one photo ID proof.

-Fill in your name, age, gender and upload an identity document.

-Click on the “Register” button.

-Once the registration is completed; the system will show the “Account Details”.

-A citizen can further add three more people linked with this mobile number by clicking on the “Add More” button.

-There will be a button indicating ‘Schedule appointment’. Now click on it.

-Search a vaccination centre of choice by state, district, block and pin code.

-Date and availability will also be displayed.

-Click on the ‘book’ button.

-On successful completion of booking, you will receive a message. That confirmation details will have to be shown at the vaccination centre.

Here is how to register for Covid-19 vaccination through Aarogya Setu:

-On the Aarogya Setu app homepage, go to the ‘CoWIN’ tab.

-Under the CoWIN icon, you can see four options – Vaccine Information, Vaccination, Vaccination Certificate, Vaccination Dashboard.

-Tap on the “Vaccination” tab and then select the “Register Now” option.

-Enter your mobile number and then click on “proceed to verify”.

-Enter the OTP and again select “proceed to verify”.

-Once the number verification is done, you will have to upload a photo ID card.

-You also need to fill in other details such as age, gender, year of birth.

-You can register a maximum of 4 beneficiaries through the Aarogya Setu app.

-You can also check for vaccination sites by state, district, block and pin code. The date and availability will be displayed. Select the “book” option.

-Once registered successfully, you will receive an SMS with the appointment details.

Meanwhile, India saw a record single-day rise of 3,60,960 coronavirus cases, which pushed the total tally to 1,79,97,267, while the death toll crossed two lakh following 3,293 fresh fatalities, according to Union health ministry data updated on Wednesday.

The number of people who have recuperated from the disease is 1,48,17,371, while the case fatality rate stands at 1.12 per cent, the data updated at 8 am showed.

Registering a steady increase, the active cases have risen to 29,78,709, comprising 16.55 per cent of the total infections, while the national COVID-19 recovery rate has further dropped to 82.33 per cent, it said.

The death toll stands at 2,01,187, the data stated.

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How to Download e-Voter Card Online ?

Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad will launch the electronic version of the voter identity card which can be downloaded on a mobile phone or a personal computer on January 25. The e-elector photo identity card is non-editable digital version of the elector photo identity card and it can be saved in facilities such as digital locker and can be printed in the PDF format, Election Commission officials said.

The voter ID card indicates that you are an Indian citizen above the age of 18 years listed in the electoral rolls, a list of people eligible to cast their vote. The voter ID card also helps in regulating fraud and streamline the voting process, a necessary step due to the countries huge demographics. Registration for a voter ID card is an easy process that can be done online.

How to download your Voter ID Card online

  • Visit the official election website
  • Click on Form6 to “Apply online for registration of new voter ID” which will give you an option to apply as a new voter
  • After you proceed as a new user, you will asked to enter basic details like your name, age, and gender
  • Please note that you will be asked to enter your residential address, and marital status.
  • In the next step, you will be asked to enter the details of two people who will vouch for you. You will be asked to enter their personal information and Voter ID details.
  • Once you have completed all the above steps, you will be asked to attach all the supporting documents like your identity proof and address proof to complete the enrollment process.
  • You will then get a n application number on your phone and registered email ID.
  • You can use your application number to check you Voter ID.
  • Once it is uploaded in the website, you can click on the “Download” button to get a copy of your newly generated election card.

Can I download a soft copy of my voter ID?

  • No, a person can not download his or her voter ID online due to the inclusion of hologram in it.
  • A person can see all the information mentioned in his or her voter ID by logging on to the website http://electoralsearch.in/ .
  • The visitor can search for the details mentioned on his or her voter ID card by entering the birth date, gender, state of residence or the EPIC number.

Go ahead and grab a copy of your Voter ID. It’s time to cast a vote!

1)The e-EPIC will be a non-editable secure PDF version

2) In the first phase between 25 January and 31 January, only new voters who have applied for their voter cards and have registered their mobile numbers with the Election Commission will be able to download their digital voter ID cards.

3) From next month, all voters will be able to download their digital copies, if their phone numbers are linked with the Election Commission.

4) Voters who do not have their phone numbers linked will have to get it done to avail of the download feature.

6) Digital voter identity cards will be in PDF formats.

6) New voters will also get hard copies of their voter ID cards.

7) The digitisation is to ensure there is no delay in getting voter ID cards as the physical card takes time to print and reach the voter, and the idea is to provide faster delivery and easy accessibility to the document

8) Digital voter ID cards can be stored on Digilocker.

9) The digital cards will carry a secured QR code

10) The e-version of the voter card is being launched to mark the anniversary of the Election Commission.

How to download digital voter ID cards:

1) Log on to https://voterportal.eci.gov.in/

2) Click on the option of download E-EPIC.

3) The download facility will be available from 11.14 am onwards today

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Mahatma Phule Shetkari Karj Mafi List 3rd List 2020

MJPSKY Karj Mafi List 2020 3rd List mjpsky.maharashtra.gov.in: Maharashtra Government has released MJPSKY Karj Mafi list for loan waiver beneficiaries for the year 2020. The MAHA Karj Mafi 2nd list was announced on 29th February 2020. Farmers whose names are there in the list will be able to get the benefit of this scheme. Nearly 21 lakh farmers are estimated to be listed in the second list. All the details related to 2nd MJPSKY List 2020 are provided in this post.

MJPSKY Karj Mafi List 2020

Mahatma Jotirao Phule Shetkari Karjmukti Yojna (MJPSKY) is a debt relief plan for farmer’s in Maharashtra State. It was launched in December 2019 with an aim to provide assistance to the farmers by waiving all the loans they have taken from the banks. Under this scheme, maximum debt of Rs.2 lakhs per farmer will be waived. MJPSKY is an initiative of government to provide financial assistance to the farmers facing debt issues and to reduce farmer’s suicide rate.      

mjpsky.maharashtra.gov.in Login 2020

The first list was released on 24th February 2020. As the second list has been released, government will also release few more lists in next phases till the month of July. MJPSKY 2nd list includes the names of around 21,82,000 farmers coming from 13 districts of the state eligible for the unconditional debt waiver of upto 2 lakhs.  

Salient Feature of Mahatma Jotirao Phule Shetkari Karjmukti Yojna (MJPSKY)

  • No registration is required to avail the Karj Mafi benefit.
  • Loan weaver benefit of up to 2 lakhs per farmer is provided to the beneficiary farmers.
  • Scheme is meant for the eligible farmers of the Maharashtra State only.

Readers can continue reading this article for all the updates and information regarding Mahatma Jotirao Phule Shetkari Karjmukti Yojna. Moving ahead in this post, readers will find all the details about the MJPSKY list, procedure, how to view list etc.  

MJPSKY List 2020- An Overview     

Name of the scheme  Mahatma Jotirao Phule Shetkari Karjmukti Yojna (MJPSKY) 2020  
ArticleMJPSKY 2020 List   
Karj Mafi List2nd List (2020)
Concerned AuthorityGovernment of Maharashtra
StateMaharashtra
Launched inDecember 2019
Scheme TypeLoan weaver scheme
BeneficiariesFarmers
Upper ceiling amountRs.2 lakh per farmer
MJPSKY 2nd List 2020(29th February 2020)
3rd ListAvailable Soon
Transfer of fundMarch 2020
Official websitehttps://mjpsky.maharashtra.gov.in/

How to check MJPSKY Karj Mafi List 2020?  

As the official website, MJPSKY list will be provided on the notice board of the concerned departments and offices authorized by the government for the implementation of this scheme. No MPSKY 2nd list is available on the official website. In case any list will be updated online we will update the same here.

Farmers who are wondering where they can check the list, are advised to visit the following department/departments to check the MJPSKY 2nd list-

Information Mentioned on the Karj Mafi List

The list basically includes following particulars of each beneficiary farmer-

  • Name of the beneficiary farmer
  • Name of the concerned district
  • State Division
  • Specific identification no. allotted to the farmer
  • Aadhar no. of the farmer
  • Farmer’s bank name
  • Name of the bank branch
  • Other related information  

Distribution of Funds Under MJPSKY

Only those farmers are eligible for the benefits whose names will appear in the list. The distribution of funds will be done as per the procedure prescribed by the government. Farmers are required to complete some of the formalities to get the fund transferred to their bank accounts.

Farmers can check post list announcement procedure for distribution of funds is shared as under-  

  • The list will showcase the name, special identification no. issued to the farmer, Aadhaar no., bank account no., and various other details.
  • Now, the farmer has to visit the “Your Government Service Centre” along with their bank account no., special identification no. for Aadhaar verification.
  • As per the rule, If the amount of loan will acceptable to the farmer’s account, the fund will be transferred to the bank account of the farmer after verification.
  • In case of any discrepancy in the amount that has been credited to farmer’s account, Aadhaar no, or any other related issue, it will be updated automatically in the portal.
  • Then matter will be presented to the Collector’s Committee and after checking the facts and all the details, committee will take the final decision.
  • Farmers who will receive the final amount will be allotted Loan weaver certificates.  

The government of India has banned 118 more Chinese apps (1)

India Bans 118 More Chinese Mobile Apps

The government of India has banned 118 more Chinese apps including PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite over privacy concerns, news agency has reported. The 118 Chinese apps have been banned for allegedly engaging in activities which are prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, security of state and public order.

India bans 118 more Chinese mobile apps including PUBG Mobile over privacy concerns

With the fresh ban, the number of Chinese apps banned in India now stands at 224.
PUBG Mobile

The government of India has banned 118 more Chinese apps including PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite over privacy concerns, news has reported. The 118 Chinese apps have been banned for allegedly engaging in activities which are prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, security of state and public order.

The government had on June 29 banned 59 Chinese-origin apps to ensure the safety and sovereignty of Indian cyberspace. The list included apps like TikTok, Shareit, UC Browser, Helo, Likee, Mi Community, Virus Cleaner, Beauty Plus, WeChat, UC News, Weibo, Xender, Bigo Live, Cam Scanner, Clean Master – Cheetah Mobile, and others.

A month later it had banned 47 more apps for allegedly operating as “clones” of the previously banned apps.

With the fresh ban, the number of Chinese apps banned in India now stands at 224.

The list now also includes apps like Baidu and WeChat but the biggest name on it is undoubtedly PUBG Mobile. The first time the government launched its “digital” strike on China to safeguard India’s privacy and security, many were left wondering how and why PUBG Mobile had missed the ban. It could have been due to the app’s complicated — read, mixed — origin.

PUBG is an online multiplayer battle royale game made by South Korean video game company Bluehole subsidiary PUBG Corporation. But PUBG Mobile is not made by the same subsidiary. When PUBG Mobile was initially launched, the motive behind it was to make PUBG enter China because the game was banned there. The game was released in China only after Shenzhen-based Tencent Games bought a 1.5% stake in Bluehole Studio, and this was how PUBG Mobile came into being. The rest as they say is history.

With the government now banning PUBG Mobile, it is clear that it wants to set a strong precedence that the nation’s privacy cannot be taken for granted.

Both Google and Apple will have to comply with the new ruling and remove these apps, including PUBG Mobile, from the Play Store and App Store respectively. ISPs will also have to selectively block these apps so existing users can’t access them until further notice.

PUBG Mobile is reportedly one of over 250 apps with links to China under the government of India’s scanner over privacy concerns. This means, there’s a possibility that the government may ban PUBG Mobile in the country, if the much popular — to the extent, that it’s often associated with the term “addiction” — battle royale game is found engaging in activities prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, security of state and public order.

As expected, the news has sparked fresh debate around the “origin” of PUBG Mobile. More specifically, is PUBG Mobile a Chinese app? Or, does PUBG Mobile have a China connection. The answer to both these questions is complicated. PUBG Mobile is not a Chinese app at heart, but the fact of the matter is, it wouldn’t have existed (at least in its current state) if it were not for China, or more precisely, a Chinese company called Tencent Games.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, better known as PUBG, is an online multiplayer battle royale game made by South Korean video game company Bluehole subsidiary PUBG Corporation. PUBG Mobile isn’t made by the same subsidiary though. The whole point of PUBG Mobile, at one point of time, was so PUBG could enter China because the game was banned there. The game was released in China only after Shenzhen-based Tencent Games bought a 1.5% stake in Bluehole Studio, but as PUBG Mobile. The rest as they say is history.

As we said, it’s all very complicated. Regardless, here are 8 alternative battle royale games to consider just in case.

The list of 118 Chinese apps Ban in India

1. APUS Launcher Pro- Theme, Live Wallpapers, Smart
2. APUS Launcher -Theme, Call Show, Wallpaper, HideApps
3. APUS Security -Antivirus, Phone security, Cleaner
4. APUS Turbo Cleaner 2020- Junk Cleaner, Anti-Virus
5. APUS Flashlight-Free & Bright
6. Cut Cut — Cut Out & Photo Background Editor
7. Baidu
8. Baidu Express Edition
9. FaceU — Inspire your Beauty
10. ShareSave by Xiaomi: Latest gadgets, amazing deals
11. CamCard — Business Card Reader
12. CamCard Business
13. CamCard for Salesforce
14. CamOCR
15. InNote
16. VooV Meeting — Tencent Video Conferencing
17. Super Clean — Master of Cleaner, Phone Booster
18. WeChat reading
19. Government WeChat
20. Small Q brush
21. Tencent Weiyun
22. Pitu
23. WeChat Work
24. Cyber Hunter
25. Cyber Hunter Lite
26. Knives Out-No rules, just fight!
27. Super Mecha Champions
28. LifeAfter
29. Dawn of Isles
30. Ludo World-Ludo Superstar
31. Chess Rush
32. PUBG MOBILE Nordic Map: Livik
33. PUBG MOBILE LITE
34. Rise of Kingdoms: Lost Crusade
35. Art of Conquest: Dark Horizon
36. Dank Tanks
37. Warpath
38. Game of Sultans
39. Gallery Vault — Hide Pictures And Videos
40. Smart AppLock (App Protect)
41. Message Lock (SMS Lock)-Gallery Vault Developer Team
42. Hide App-Hide Application Icon
43. AppLock
44. AppLock Lite
45. Dual Space — Multiple Accounts & App Cloner
46. ZAKZAK Pro — Live chat & video chat online
47. ZAKZAK LIVE: live-streaming & video chat app
48. Music — Mp3 Player
49. Music Player — Audio Player & 10 Bands Equalizer
50. HD Camera Selfie Beauty Camera
51. Cleaner — Phone Booster
52. Web Browser & Fast Explorer
53. Video Player All Format for Android
54. Photo Gallery HD & Editor
55. Photo Gallery & Album
56. Music Player — Bass Booster — Free Download
57. HD Camera — Beauty Cam with Filters & Panorama
58. HD Camera Pro & Selfie Camera
59. Music Player — MP3 Player & 10 Bands Equalizer
60. Gallery HD
61. Web Browser — Fast, Privacy & Light Web Explorer
62. Web Browser — Secure Explorer
63. Music player — Audio Player
64. Video Player — All Format HD Video Player
65. Lamour Love All Over The World
66. Amour- video chat & call all over the world.
67. MV Master — Make Your Status Video & Community
68. MV Master — Best Video Maker & Photo Video Editor
69. APUS Message Center-Intelligent management
70. LivU Meet new people & Video chat with strangers
71. Carrom Friends : Carrom Board & Pool Game-
72. Ludo All Star- Play Online Ludo Game & Board Games
73. Bike Racing : Moto Traffic Rider Bike Racing Games
74. Rangers Of Oblivion : Online Action MMO RPG Game
75. Z Camera — Photo Editor, Beauty Selfie, Collage
76. GO SMS Pro — Messenger, Free Themes, Emoji
77. U-Dictionary: Oxford Dictionary Free Now Translate
78. Ulike — Define your selfie in trendy style
79. Tantan — Date For Real
80. MICO Chat: New Friends Banaen aur Live Chat karen
81. Kitty Live — Live Streaming & Video Live Chat
82. Malay Social Dating App to Date & Meet Singles
83. Alipay
84. AlipayHK
85. Mobile Taobao
86. Youku
87. Road of Kings- Endless Glory
88. Sina News
89. Netease News
90. Penguin FM
91. Murderous Pursuits
92. Tencent Watchlist (Tencent Technology
93. Learn Chinese AI-Super Chinese
94. HUYA LIVE — Game Live Stream
95. Little Q Album
96. Fighting Landlords — Free and happy Fighting Landlords
97. Hi Meitu
98. Mobile Legends: Pocket
99. VPN for TikTok
100. VPN for TikTok
101. Penguin E-sports Live assistant
102. Buy Cars-offer everything you need, special offers and low prices
103. iPick
104. Beauty Camera Plus — Sweet Camera & Face Selfie
105. Parallel Space Lite — Dual App
106. “Chief Almighty: First Thunder BC
107. MARVEL Super War NetEase Games
108. AFK Arena
109. Creative Destruction NetEase Games
110. Crusaders of Light NetEase Games
111. Mafia City Yotta Games
112. Onmyoji NetEase Games
113. Ride Out Heroes NetEase Games
114. Yimeng Jianghu-Chu Liuxiang has been fully upgraded
115. Legend: Rising Empire NetEase Games
116. Arena of Valor: 5v5 Arena Games
117. Soul Hunters
118. Rules of Survival

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List Of Chinese Apps Blocked By Indian Government

The govt banned 59 Chinese mobile applications, including top social media platforms such as TikTok, Helo and WeChat, to counter the threat posed by these applications to the country’s “sovereignty and security,” it said in a press release late on Monday. ShareIT, UC browser and shopping app Clubfactory are among the other prominent apps that have been blocked amid rising tensions between India and China following clashes at the border two weeks ago.

The government said the applications are engaged in activities “prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, security of state and public order.” The ban has been imposed under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act read with relevant provisions of the Information Technology (Procedure and Safeguards for Blocking of Access of Information by Public) Rules 2009, it said

India Bans 59 Mobile Apps

Apps Now Blocked By India

1. TikTok
2. Shareit
3. Kwai
4. UC Browser
5. Baidu map
6. Shein
7. Clash of Kings
8. DU battery saver
9. Helo
10. Likee
11. YouCam makeup
12. Mi Community
13. CM Browers
14. Virus Cleaner
15. APUS Browser
16. ROMWE
17. Club Factory
18. Newsdog
19. Beutry Plus
20. WeChat
21. UC News
22. QQ Mail
23. Weibo
24. Xender
25. QQ Music
26. QQ Newsfeed
27. Bigo Live
28. SelfieCity
29. Mail Master
30. Parallel Space
31. Mi Video Call – Xiaomi
32. WeSync
33. ES File Explorer
34. Viva Video – QU Video Inc
35. Meitu
36. Vigo Video
37. New Video Status
38. DU Recorder
39. Vault- Hide
40. Cache Cleaner DU App studio
41. DU Cleaner
42. DU Browser
43. Hago Play With New Friends
44. Cam Scanner
45. Clean Master – Cheetah Mobile
46. Wonder Camera
47. Photo Wonder
48. QQ Player
49. We Meet
50. Sweet Selfie
51. Baidu Translate
52. Vmate
53. QQ International
54. QQ Security Center
55. QQ Launcher
56. U Video
57. V fly Status Video
58. Mobile Legends
59. DU Privacyhttps://www.youtube.com/embed/x5avoQi-rr0?feature=oembed

HOW BLOCKING IS WORKING

Beyond blocking future downloads of the apps, the second layer of restriction will come in the form of prospective downloads of updates and patches that may make the apps redundant for existing users.

Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) is also coordinating with the department of telecommunication (both portfolios held by Ravi Shankar Prasad) to create further roadblocks for the use of these apps in case of existing users.

DoT has asked internet service providers or ISPs and TSPs to block the flow of data for these apps. The same method was earlier used to block several foreign and pornography sites. Through this technology, the flow of data for these apps would be blocked at the internet gateways.

Interestingly, China has been successfully using these methods to block its citizen from using popular sites like Facebook and search engines like Google.

In the UAE, the government has blocked WhatsApp calls through these methods. While WhatsApp chat is allowed, calling has been barred.

Meanwhile, TikTok on Tuesday said it is in the process of complying with the government’s order on blocking of the app, and asserted that it has not shared information of Indian users with any foreign government, including that of China.

The short video-sharing company said it has been invited to meet with concerned government stakeholders for an opportunity to respond and submit clarifications.

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How To Download Aarogya Setu Mobile App

The Aarogya Setu app is available on both the Google Play Store and the App Store. Here is a step by step guide you can follow to download the Aarogya Setu mobile app.

Aarogya Setu is a mobile application which was launched by the Government of India on April 2020 to track down the increasing coronavirus cases across the country. The app is designed to inform its users a number of important details regarding risks, best practices and relevant advisories pertaining to the containment of Covid-19.

The Aarogya Setu app uses Bluetooth and location data to trace the movement of users and track whether they have come in contact with a Covid-19 positive person.

If you haven’t downloaded Aarogya Setu app yet, you can download now. Here is a step by step guide you can follow to download the Aarogya Setu mobile app.

How to download Aarogya Setu mobile app from official website

To download Aarogya Setu mobile app from the official website, you can follow the below-given steps.

Step 1: From any browser visit the official website, MyGov.in

Step 2: On the homepage scroll you can scan the QR code and download the app on your device.

Alternatively, you can tap the direct link and download the app on your Android and iOS device.

  • Aarogya Setu app: Android link
  • Aarogya Setu app: iOS link

Once you download the app you can share the link with others, so, that they can also install. To share the Aarogya Setu app, you need to tap Share and protect others option, from the given list select any medium and send.

How to download Aarogya Setu app

The Aarogya Setu app is available on both the Google Play Store and the App Store. Hence, both iOS and Android users can download the app on their device.

Follow the below-given steps to download Aarogya Setu app

Step 1: Open your smartphone and visit Google Play Store or the App Store.

Step 2: Next, search for Aarogya Setu in the search bar (Android) and in the dedicated search section (iOS)

Step 3: Once the app is displayed, tap the Install option to download it on your smartphone.

You can even download the app from the official website. To download the app from the official website you have to follow the below-given steps.

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How To Apply Covid 19 Lockdown Pass

State NameHow to Apply
Andaman & Nicobar IslandsProcedure: Contact the Sub Divisional Magistrates for the particular regionNicobars district: LinkNorth and Middle Andaman: LinkSouth Andaman: LinkFor South Andaman, download the application here and submit it to the DC
Andhra PradeshCovid-19 Emergency Pass Links:Registration LinkDCC/MC/Tahsildar Verification Link
AssamGiven at Local level. For truck movement apply here
BiharClick here to reach the e-pass application pageOnce you’re on the application page, please follow the instructions mentioned in the User Manual here
ChandigarhPlease refer here to apply for COVID 19 movement pass
ChhattisgarhDownload App Here
DelhiTo apply for a curfew pass, please follow the instructions mentioned hereYou can also apply for an e-pass here
GoaProcess: Call collectorate for your respective district(s) in Goa as well as email them with your issue and IDs of employees for whom the passes are required.If North Goa: LinkIf in South Goa: LinkLogistics related issues –  Transportation of supplies from factory to other states. Following details should be kept ready:Company NameContact personEmail IDMobile numberType of goods to be transportedQuantity of each type of good to be transportedEmployee Curfew Passes – Following details should be kept ready:Employee NameEmployee IdPhone NumberLocationTravel passes: Apply hereGuidelines to apply for a temporary pass (2Hours) differently abled persons and pregnant womenGo to www.goaonline.gov.inProvide email ID, mobile, name, address, date of birth and OTP applicationSource
GujaratWrite to the District Collector and Sub Divisional Magistrate seeking permission to open factory/warehouse, movement of employees and cargo/truck (Include details such as Company name and factory address, Line of business (Specify why is it an essential commodity, Names and copies of ID cards of the employees, any other specifications)After sending the application, follow up with the SDM officeFor any further queries, the person can call 079 2325 1900 to seek an update
HaryanaApply on the following linkYou can also apply for an e-pass here
Himachal PradeshApply for a curfew pass hereFor Vehicle Movement e-pass in Kangra, Kullu and Una, you can also apply here. (Click on ‘Select State’> Choose ‘Himachal Pradesh’ from the drop-down menu> Scroll-down to ‘Newly Launched Services’ > Click on ‘Issuance of e-pass’)(ONLY FOR MANUFACTURING UNITS IN BBNDA) To apply for movement pass for persons engaged in manufacturing units in Baddi-Barotiwala-Nalagarh Industrial Corridor, follow the instructions mentioned here
Jammu & KashmirPlease apply for a curfew pass hereAccess general instructions to be followed while submitting application hereFAQs and Public Notices relevant for COVID-19 in District Jammu are available here
JharkhandPlease apply for a curfew pass hereAccess the user manual here
KarnatakaBangalore: Organisations and individuals can obtain passes from KSP’s e-portal hereAccess FAQs for Individuals applying here Access FAQs for organisations applying here Districts other than Bangalore:Organisations: Following the business continuity approval from the Department of Industries & Commerce, Karnataka, please contact your nearest district police to obtain movement passes for your employees/ vehicles.Individuals: Nearest district police to be contacted. 
KeralaPlease find below the procedures for resuming operations of essential goods manufacturing factories in Kerala and logistics involved in the transport of essential Goods.Resuming operations of essential goods manufacturers:The Company should contact the Control Room in Directorate of Industry & Commerce (DIC) within Kerala.DIC to then reach out to concerned District Authorities.District Authorities to then authorize the factory to resume operations and to also exempt certain workers from company to work in the factory.Logistics/Transport of Essential Goods (intra-State)Curfew passes can be issued for Kerala Here It is suggested they carry their ID cards and Invoice / Waybill stating the origin, destination and items being moved for easy reference. 
LadakhClick here to apply for an e-pass
Madhya PradeshProcedure for applying for a pass for vehicular movement:The company has to fill up the attached application form for the various trucks stuck at points throughout the stateThe form has to be stamped and signed by company’s authorized signatorySuch forms, once completed, stamped and signed, should be mailed to [email protected]After sending this  mail, the company shall receive an all-state access pass for those vehicles for which details have been submittedThe company should read the guidelines prescribed in the attached SoPPasses are for pan-MPPlease note that this is only for vehicle and driver movements across the StateThis form is for only statewide permit and not to be filled for transportation within city limits
MaharashtraApply on the following linkWrite an email to the concerned District CollectorFor the movement of restricted number of employees in Maharashtra except Pune, please Apply HereFor the movement of restricted number of employees in Pune, please Apply Here
OdishaThere is no formal procedure. ID Cards of employees associated with factories supplying essential goods is enough. Helpline for drivers and operators has been created (0674-2620200)You can also apply for an e-pass here
Punjabe-Pass is being issued for those who are engaged in providing essential services like health, manufacturing, transport, storage, shops, banking, media persons. For e-passes, Apply HereYou can also apply for an e-pass here
PuducherryApply for e-pass here
RajasthanApply for pass hereHow to use RajCop Citizen app for lockdown pass:Access the video tutorial hereAccess the manual hereRefer to this website for FAQs on COVID 19 in Rajasthan
SikkimClick here to apply for e-pass (Home page > Scroll down to the ‘Citizen Corner’ > Click on E-pass)Click here to download the User Manual
Tamil NaduTo apply for a curfew pass, please visit this website
TelanganaAll e-commerce (Delivery) companies, obtain movement passes for your essential staff and vehicles by sending an email to [email protected]. Please specify details like name, vehicle number, route and employee detailsAll personnel working in factories manufacturing essential items can obtain requisite work passes from the local Police Commissioner’s Office in the district where their unit is located. Basic documents like company ID & company letter are required, apart from other personal identification documents.Companies to submit an application on company letterhead stating the vehicle number, and delivery staff’s name You can also apply for an e-pass here
Uttar PradeshVisit the ePass Management System
UttarakhandThe online system to address queries and issues is given here.Refer to the section: COVID-19 and select ‘COVID-19 Permissions and Issues’
West BengalFor vehicle passes for essential commodities, Apply Here 
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How to Apply Covid 19 Epass?

How to get e-pass for Maharashtra

To visit Maharastra head over to this website to get an e-pass. After opening the website you will need to enter details such as name, state coming from and so on. You will need to keep a scanned copy of the documents handy, After successful submission of the application, a reference number will be generated and you must take a note of it and track the application status. While traveling you must ensure to keep a soft/hard copy of the e-pass and show it when asked at the state borders.

How to get e-pass for West Bengal

To get an e-pass for West Bengal you will need to head to the https://coronapass.kolkatapolice.org/ website.  After opening the website, you will need to login with your credentials, fill the online application form, you will then receive the QR code enabled exemption on your registered phone number or email ID, you can download the pass and show it when asked at the state border.

How to get e-pass for Uttar Pradesh

If you want to enter the state of Uttar Pradesh and require an e-pass for it head over to http://164.100.68.164/upepass2/. After opening the website on your PC or smartphone, first login to the website and then click on apply for e-pass and enter all details and then the OTP that you receive on your registered mobile number or email ID. After completing the application process you will need to wait for the e-pass to be issued via email or SMS. You can download the e-pass on your phone and show It at the state border when asked.

How to get e-pass for Goa

To get an e-pass for Goa you will need to visit this website.  After opening the website, you will need to login with your details, fill the online application form, you will then receive the QR code enabled exemption on your registered phone number or email ID, you can download the pass and show it when asked at the state border.

How to get e-pass for Haryana

To enter Haryana visit this website. Similar to all other e-pass applications, enter your details on the website, make sure to enter the right contact information as the e-pass will be issued via a SMS or email. Ensure to carry your e-pass at all times in the state you don’t live. You can download the e-pass on your phone and show It at the state border when asked.

How to get e-pass for Karnataka

To get an e-pass for Karnataka you will need to head to this website.  After opening the website, you will need to login with your credentials, fill the online application form, you will then receive the QR code enabled exemption on your registered phone number or email ID, you can download the pass and show it when asked at the state border.

How to get e-pass for Tamil Nadu

To visit Tamil Nadu head over to the Commissionerate of e-Governance Tamil Nadu e-Governance Agency to get an e-pass. After opening the website you will need to enter details such as name, state coming from and so on. After successful submission of the application, a reference number will be generated and you must take a note of it and track the application status. While traveling you must keep a soft/hard copy of the e-pass and show it when asked at the state borders.

How to get e-pass for Andhra Pradesh

To get an e-pass for Andhra Pradesh you must visit https://gramawardsachivalayam.ap.gov.in/CVPASSAPP/CV/CVOrganizationRegistration website.  After opening the website, you will need to login with your credentials, fill the online application form, and then receive the QR code enabled exemption on the mobile number or email ID. You can download the pass and show it when asked at the state border.

How to get e-pass for Bihar

To get an e-pass to visit Bihar you will need to visit this website. After opening the website, you will need to login with your credentials, fill the online application form, you will then receive the QR code enabled exemption on your registered phone number or email ID, you can download the pass and show it when asked at the state border.

How to get e-pass for Chattisgarh

Unlike other states, Chattisgarh has an app called CG Covid-19 ePass for people to apply for e-pass to enter the state. Download the app from this link https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.allsoft.corona, register yourself with the app by adding your details, and then login with your credentials, fill the online application form. You will then receive the QR code enabled exemption on your registered phone number or email ID, you must ensure to download the pass and show it when asked at the state border.

How to get e-pass for Jharkhand

To get an e-pass to visit Jharkhand you will need to visit https://epassjharkhand.nic.in/public/index.php. You will need to login with your credentials, fill the online application form, you will then receive the QR code enabled exemption on your registered phone number or email ID, you can download the pass and show it when asked at the state border.

How to get e-pass for Madhya Pradesh

If you want to visit the state of Madha Pradesh visit https://mapit.gov.in/covid-19/applyepass.aspx?q=apply. After opening the website you will need to login with your details, fill the online application form, you will then receive the QR code enabled exemption on your registered phone number or email ID, you can download the pass and show it when asked at the state border.

How to get e-pass for Delhi

You will need to visit https://epass.jantasamvad.org/epass/init/ website if you want to enter Delhi. You will be required to enter all your details, after filling the form you will receive the QR code enabled exemption on the given mobile number or email ID. The e-pass must be downloaded and shown when asked at the state border.

How to get e-pass for Punjab

If you want to visit the state of Punjab visit https://epasscovid19.pais.net.in/. After opening the website you will need to login with your details, fill the online application form, you will then receive the QR code enabled exemption on your registered phone number or email ID, you can download the pass and show it when asked at the state border.

How to get e-pass for Rajasthan

You will need to visit https://epass.rajasthan.gov.in/login website if you want to enter the state of Rajasthan. First you will be required to login with your details, fill the online application form, post which you will receive the QR code enabled exemption on the registered phone number or email ID. You can download the pass and show it when asked at the state border.

How to get e-pass for Odisha

To get an e-pass to enter Odisha click here. You will be required to enter all your details and after successfully filling the form you will receive the QR code enabled exemption on the given mobile number or email ID. The e-pass must be downloaded and shown when asked at the state border.

How to get e-pass for Assam

To get an e-pass to enter Assam click here. You will be required to enter all your details and after successfully filling the form you will receive the QR code enabled exemption on the given mobile number or email ID. The e-pass must be downloaded and shown when asked at the state border.

How to get e-pass for Telangana

If you want to visit the state of Telangana visit http://epassgov.com/telangana-epass-scholarship-status-check-online/. After opening the website you will need to login with your details, fill the online application form, you will then receive the QR code enabled exemption on your registered phone number or email ID, you can download the pass and show it when asked at the state border.

How to get e-pass for Kerala

You will need to visit https://pass.bsafe.kerala.gov.in/ website if you want to enter Kerala. First, you will be required to login with your details, fill the online application form, post which you will receive the QR code enabled exemption on the registered phone number or email ID. You can download the pass and show it when asked at the state border.

Covid19mhpolice.in e pass Aurangabad: How to Apply Aurangabad e pass @ covid19.mhpolice.in. Maharashtra Government providing e pass for Lockdown Aurangabad @ covid19.mhpolice.in Mumbai. COVID 19 mhpolice Aurangabad epass is used to travel state residents. Aurangabad epass is accessible from the site covid19.mhpolice.in e pass registration and Check covid19.mahapolice.in epass status. if you want to register e pass for Lockdown Aurangabad kindly visit the following website covid19.mhpolice.in/registration or https//covid19.mhpolice.in/registration.

E-pass for Lockdown Aurangabad Available

Maharashtra Government is providing e pass for Lockdown Aurangabad @ covid19.mhpolice.in. The covid19mhpolice.in e pass Aurangabad can be used by the state residents to travel during the lockdown period. Passes are given only to citizens in the state who have either of the crises or cope with the flow of vital resources. On this page, we give details about How to Apply for Aurangabad e pass, How To check status @https://covid19.mhpolice.in/status.

People who are in need to get travel epass, amid the lockdown, can avail epass for Pune, Maharastra, Palghar, Nashik and Nagpur through our website.

Pune Epass

Maharastra Epass

Palghar Epass

Nashik Epass 

Nagpur Epass

A stepwise procedure is provided to download the Aurangabad epass :

tep 1: Log on to the https://covid19.mhpolice.in to apply for the e-pass.

Step 2: Click on the ‘Apply for Pass here’ button. You will be directed to a registration page where you will be asked to fill out the required details. The detail includes:

  • Select District/Police Commissionerate 
  • District (date of the source)
  • Name
  • Pass Start date
  • Pass End date
  • Mobile number
  • Travel Type
  • Reason/Purpose of Visit
  • Vehicle Type
  • Current residential address
  • Starting/Destination Point of District
  • No of Co-passengers
  • Return route
  • The applicant must ensure if he is from the containment zone
  • Attach Photo of the person seeking epass (The size of the photo should not exceed 200 KB and the size of the relevant document should not exceed 1 MB)
  • Attach documents (Valid Organization Document/Medical Report/Company ID/Aadhaar card etc.)
  • Attach Doctor Certificate / Fitness Certificate (Not having Covid-19 Symptoms)

Step 3: Fill out the necessary details as per the instructions.

Step 4: Aurangabad e-pass website asks for a photo ID proof, valid organization documents, medical report, and company ID to be attached with the application.

Step 5: The application will be reviewed by the local police and then a pass will be issued.

Step 6: People can contact the local police station and resolve the issue. 

Step 7: Check the status @ https://covid19.mhpolice.in/status

Step 8: The epass can then be printed for use it is essential to carry the e-pass with you when you leave the house.

After the verification process and approval by the concerned departments, you can download the e-pass using the token ID. 

What are the details available in Aurangabad e-pass?

The person who avails the e-pass will be allowed to travel as per the guidelines issued by the Maharashtra State Government. All individuals should adhere to the instruction given amid the lockdown. The e-pass provided by Aurangabad government will contain your details, vehicle number, validity, and a QR code. You should keep a soft/hard copy with you while traveling and show it to the police when asked. It is a punishable offense to copy, misuse, or use it after the valid date or without authorization.

Who can apply for e-pass in Aurangabad?

People looking to go back to their hometown can apply for epass but would also need certain other things to be able to travel such as permission from both origin state and destination state. Also, in case they are traveling by their own vehicle, then they need to have a transport license issued by the District Collector.

Covid19mhpolice.in e pass Aurangabad- FAQ

 1. Is Aurangabad a red zone?

Yes, Aurangabad is a red zone. The area has a high number of coronavirus cases.
The Maharashtra state government announced the categorization of various areas into red and non-red zones. The regions are marked so with the purpose of allowing or restricting business and other activities in view of coronavirus pandemic. The Municipal corporations in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (which includes Mumbai, Thane and surrounding towns), and civic bodies of Pune, Solapur, Aurangabad, Malegaon, Nashik, Dhule, Jalgaon, Akola and Amravati fall in the red zone. 2. What information does the Aurangabad epass contain?

The Aurangabad epass consists of important details about the citizen such as the name of the individual, address, contact number, the validity of the e-pass, purpose of travel, and more. 3. Where can I apply for an Aurangabad Epass?

The citizens can apply for the Aurangabad Epass through the state government’s individual website, https://covid19.mhpolice.in. People from Aurangabad can apply for an epass through the above-mentioned ways. 4. What are the details available in Aurangabad e-pass?

The person who avails the Aurangabad e-pass will be allowed to travel as per the guidelines issued by the Maharashtra State Government in the state. All individuals should adhere to the instruction given amid the lockdown. The e-pass provided by Maharashtra government will contain your details, vehicle number, validity, and a QR code. 5. Who can apply for e-pass in Aurangabad?

Amid Lockdown 4.0, Individuals who are in an emergency and planning to go back to their hometown can apply for the Aurangabad epass. They will also need certain other things to be able to travel such as permission from both the origin state and destination state. Also, in case they are traveling by their own vehicle, then they need to have a transport license issued by the District Collector.

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How much Lakh Crore Rupees ? 20 Lakh crore in Numbers ?

How much Lakh Crore Rupees ? 20 Lakh crore in Numbers ? Goverment – PM Modi announced a Rs 20 lakh crore huge economic stimulus package.

The nationwide lockdown began on March 24, the RBI and the government have been them announced roughly Rs 7.1 lakh crore of stimulus, if one were to treat fiscal and monetary stimuli on par.

India so far has had the harshest lockdown in the world accompanied by the most measly fiscal support to vulnerable sections of the economy. In fact, the narrative spun by the finance ministry over the past 45 days was that India did not have the resources for a big bang fiscal package similar to those delivered by many developed nations.

Nevertheless Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday chose to unveil a mega fiscal package of Rs. 20 lakh crore – equivalent to 10% of India’s GDP – even as a more calibrated ‘Lockdown 4.0’ is planned for an as yet indefinite number of weeks from May 17.

The political optics of the package clearly suggest that Modi wants to be seen as generous in spending as other big countries. This includes the United States, which put together a rescue package of about 13% of GDP.

The prime minister has said the Rs 20 lakh crore package includes all the liquidity-enhancing measure already announced recently by the RBI. Depending on how you calculate, the central bank’s efforts adds up to roughly Rs 5 lakh crore. It also will include the first relief package aimed at India’s poorest, which was worth Rs 1.7 lakh crore. So what is left for the Centre to deliver is a little over Rs 13 lakh crore. Of this, MSME minister Nitin Gadkari has said a large amount is already owed by the government – both Centre and state – to small companies in India. Gadkari told CNBC last week that there was such a large amount in outstanding dues from government to the MSME sector that he wouldn’t want to even reveal the figure. One suspects it runs into a few lakh crores, including GST refund dues to exporters. Gadkari said the MSMEs may get guaranteed bank loans against such outstandings. It will be unfair if the government adds this to its relief package because this is money already owed to small businesses.

How many zeros are in one lakh crore?

1 lakh = 1,00,000

1 crore – 1,00,00,000

so 1 lakh crore = 1,00,00,00,000,000

So there are 12 zeros in 1 lakh crore.

3 zeros in 1,000 – One Thousand
4 zeros in 10,000 – Ten Thousand
5 zeros in 100,000 – 1 Lakh / 100 Thousand
6 zeros in 1,000,000 – 10 Lakh / 1 Million
7 zeros in 10,000,000 – 1 Crore / 10 Million
8 zeros in 100,000,000 – 10 Crore / 100 Million
9 zeros in 1,000,000,000 – 100 Crore / 1 Billion
10 zeros in 10,000,000,000 – 1,000 Crore / 10 Billion
11 zeros in 100,000,000,000 – 10,000 Crore / 100 Billion
12 zeros in 1,000,000,000,000 – 1 Lakh Crore / 1 Trillion
13 zeros in 10,000,000,000,000 – 10 Lakh Crore / 10 Trillion

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What Is Sensex And Nifty ?

All Support What Is Sensex And Nifty ? Goverment – The Sensex and Nifty are both indicators of market movement. If the Sensex or Nifty go up, it means that most of the stocks in India went up during the given period.

WHAT IS SENSEX?

Companies raise capital by IPO (Initial Public Offering) and after IPO gets over, these companies get listed on the stock exchanges such as BSE, NSE. This provides a greater opportunity for the public to buy these shares for the attainment of their short or long term goals.

Sensex is a combination of sensitive and index and it was introduced in 1986. It is the benchmark index of BSE and consists of 30 companies that are listed on BSE.

Sensex, in simple words, is the combined value of stocks of 30 specific companies listed on Bombay stock exchange (BSE). BSE can revise this list of 30 over the time. So, if Sensex fluctuates, it shows on the economy as well. For example, if Sensex goes up people become more intrigued in buying stocks because they believe that economy is going to grow. But, if Sensex goes down, people tend to stop investing in economy.

Let us take it with the help of an example, it is like trying to determine the ‘intelligence’ of a class of 500+ students across various courses by taking the average marks of Top 30 students. Most of the time, the overall performance of the class can be determined by looking at the average of Top 30 students, but this may not necessarily be so. This does not mean comparing the average is anywhere wrong. In fact, it is even better to compare the averages across a period of time, or across classes as it is more helpful rather than looking at the average as a stand-alone factor.

WHAT IS NIFTY?

Nifty is derived from the term National Stock Exchange Fifty and it comprises of 50 companies that are traded on NSE. It is the benchmark index of NSE and was introduced in 1996.

NIFTY is abbreviated form for National Fifty.  This is an index on fifty shares listed on the National Stock Exchange of India. It covers 50 stocks from different sectors of the Indian economy. So, this is commonly referred to as NIFTY 50 also. When you buy Nifty future, it means you have invested in 50 company’s shares which, collectively, are representing Nifty Index. It is basically automatic diversification of your investment in 50 stocks.

NIFTY is abbreviated form for National Fifty.  This is an index on fifty shares listed on the National Stock Exchange of India. It covers 50 stocks from different sectors of the Indian economy. So, this is commonly referred to as NIFTY 50 also. When you buy Nifty future, it means you have invested in 50 company’s shares which, collectively, are representing Nifty Index. It is basically automatic diversification of your investment in 50 stocks.

In simpler words, let us take it with the help of an example. It is just like the fuel indicator of your car. When the fuel Indicator is in the Red zone, you understand that your fuel tank is about to be empty and you need to refill it or else your car will stop running. In the same way, when you are filling up your tank and the Indicator turns full in Green zone, you understand your tank is full and you should stop filling it or else it will spill out of the tank. Likewise, Nifty Index constitutes of 50 companies which are considered to be the nation’s economy movers and shakers. Each of the 50 company contributes some weightage to the Nifty Index and its fall and rise indicates the condition of our economy.

KEY DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SENSEX AND NIFTY

  1. National Fifty is considered as NIFTY while the Sensitive Index is considered as SENSEX.
  2. Nifty is related to NSE (National Stock Exchange) whereas Sensex is related to BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange).
  3. Nifty is the indicator of top companies heavily traded on NSE while the Sensex is the indicator of top companies heavily traded on BSE.
  4. The Sensex is older than Nifty (Sensex was found in 1986 whereas Nifty was found in 1995).
  5. The major difference between Nifty and Sensex is that 50 companies are indexed in Nifty while 30 companies are indexed in Sensex.

Difference Between Sensex and Nifty:

In the stock world, Sensex and Nifty are the commonest terms that draw attention daily. You would have come across news like Nifty hits all-time high, Sensex crashes and so on. As investors, we should be aware of these indices and their importance. The movement of Sensex/Nifty is in accordance with the movement of stocks present in the index. There are so many factors that could influence the movement of stocks and in turn the index. For example, when there is an election result or when there is an escalation of trade war or when there is an announcement of a rate cut, Sensex and Nifty either surge or plummet. These simply indicate the investors’ sentiment. Nifty and Sensex are the barometers of the Indian economy. The markets’ good health simply means the investment culture in a country is in good condition. Let us know what the difference between sensex is and nifty.

There are thousands of listed companies in India. And, it is not at all easy to track every single stock. So, a market index plays a very important role here. Therefore, a market index is calculated which acts as a representative of the whole market. Hence, Sensex and Nifty are the two important indicators which are used to measure the behavior of the market. These market indices are known as a standard for portfolio performance. SENSEX (Sensitive Index) and NIFTY (Net Index of Fifty) are the benchmark index of India..

Income Tax Act 1961

Income Tax Act 1961

Introduction to Income Tax Act

Income tax as a concept has been present in India for many years, but James Wilson who became India’s first finance (British) member introduced the first modern Income Tax Act in 1860. “It was only for the good of his subjects that he collected taxes from them, just as the Sun draws moisture from the Earth to give it back a thousand fold,” wrote Kalidas in his epic poem Raghuvansh.

What is Income Tax?

Income tax in India is a tax you pay to the government based on your income (and profit, in the case of companies). The government uses this tax money for various purposes including public services, infrastructure development, defence spending and subsidies among other options. If you earn income beyond a certain limit, it is mandatory to pay income tax every year.

Income Tax Act 1961

The Income Tax Act is a comprehensive statute that focuses on the different rules and regulations that govern taxation in the country. It provides for levying, administering, collecting and recovering income tax for the Indian government. It was enacted in 1961.

The Income Tax Act contains a total of 23 chapters and 298 sections according to the official website of the Income Tax Department of India. These different sections deal with various aspects of taxation in India. The various heads for which you have to pay income tax include:

  1. Salary
  2. Income from house property
  3. Capital gains
  4. Profit and gains from business or profession
  5. Income from other sources

Every year, the Indian government presents a finance budget during the month of February. The budget brings in various amendments to the Income Tax Act. This includes changes in tax slabs wherever applicable. For example, the Finance Minister announced that the tax rate for individuals in the lowest tax bracket of Rs. 2.5 lakh to 5 lakh would be cut from 10% to 5% in FY2017. Similarly, tax on Long Term Capital Gains (LTCG) was re-introduced during the FY2018 budget. As a result, all gains greater than Rs. 1 lakh from shares and equity mutual funds held longer than one year is now eligible for LTCG tax at 10%.

The most recent budget presented by the current Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman included the introduction of a new optional system of taxation that comes with reduced income tax rates. These new rates shall be available as an option from the financial year 2020-21.

Such amendments become a part of the Income Tax Act from the following financial year (beginning from 1st April) following the approval from the President of India.

Who are income taxpayers in India?

Every Indian citizen has to pay income tax if their annual income is above Rs. 2.5 lakh (Rs. 3 lakh for senior citizens). In addition to individuals, entities such as Hindu Undivided Family (HUF), Body of Individuals (BOI), corporate firms, companies, Artificial Juridical Persons, local authorities and Association of Persons (AOP) also pay income tax.

6.84 crore people filed Income Tax Returns (ITRs) during FY2017-18. This resulted in net direct tax collections of Rs. 9.95 lakh crore for the year. This was 17.1% higher than the collections for the previous year according to the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT).

Income tax slab rates

The income tax you pay depends on your annual income. Budget 2020 introduced new reduced tax rates that shall come into effect from the year 2020-21. The tax slab rates according to the new system are categorized in the following way:

Income tax slabsIncome tax rates
Less than Rs. 5 lakhsExempt
Between Rs. 5 lakhs and 7.5 lakhs10%
Between Rs. 7.5 lakhs and 10 lakhs15%
Between Rs. 10 lakhs and 12.5 lakhs20%
Between Rs. 12.5 lakhs and 15 lakhs25%
Above Rs. 15 lakhs30%

From FY 2020-21, taxpayers shall have the option to choose between the existing taxation system and the new regime. The new system has revised the income slabs and reduced the rates thereon. Another major change in the new scheme is that many of the deductions and exemptions generally applicable in the old tax regime are no longer valid. Nearly 70 of the 100 or so existing deductions and exemptions are to be scrapped in the new regime. Taxpayers can compare their tax liabilities under the two systems and opt for the one that’s most beneficial to them.

For the financial year 2019-20, taxpayers shall continue to be governed by the old tax system, under which all existing deductions can be claimed.

Existing Deductions under Income Tax Act 1961

According to the Income Tax Act 1961, you can claim deductions under the following sections:

  1. Section 80C to 80: Under Section 80C, 80CCC & 80CCD of the Income Tax Act 1961, you can reduce your taxable income by 1,50,000
  2. Section 80CCD: Section 80CCD of the Income Tax Act, 1961 focuses on income tax deductions that individual income tax assesses are eligible to avail on contributions made towards the New Pension Scheme (NPS) and Atal Pension Yojana (APY)
  3. Section 80D: Under section 80D, you can claim income tax deduction for medical expenses and health insurance premiums
  4. Section 80DD: Tax deduction under Section 80DD of the Income Tax Act can be claimed by individuals who are residents of India and HUFs for the medical treatment of a dependant with disability(ies) or differently abled
  5. Section 80DDB: Tax deductions under section 80DDB of Income Tax Act 1961 can be claimed for medical expenses incurred for medical treatment of specific illnesses
  6. Section 80TTA: Section 80TTA provides a deduction of Rs 10,000 on interest income. This deduction is available to an Individual and HUF.
  7. Section 80U: Under Section 80U, physically disabled persons can claim deductions up to Rs.1,00,000.

List Of All Prime Ministers of India

Since Independence, India has seen 14 full time Prime Ministers. Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru of the Indian National Congress was the first Prime Minister (PM) of free India. Gulzarilal Nanda was appointed as the acting PM for two short periods in 1964 and 1966. At present, the office is headed by Mr. Narendra Modi of the BJP. He was the 15th PM elected in 2014, to the post vacated by Dr. Manmohan Singh of the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA). Narendra Modi continues as the PM of India from May 30, 2019 onward, after BJP and its allies notched a landslide victory in the general elections held across the country in April and May, 2019. Below are the details of all Prime Ministers of India.

NameTenure
Jawaharlal Nehru (1889-1964)August 15, 1947 – May 27, 1964
Gulzari Lal Nanda (1898-1997) (Acting)May 27, 1964 – June 9, 1964
Lal Bahadur Shastri (1904-1966)June 09, 1964 – January 11, 1966
Gulzari Lal Nanda (1898-1997) (Acting)January 11, 1966 – January 24, 1966
Indira Gandhi (1917-1984)January 24, 1966 – March 24, 1977
Morarji Desai (1896-1995)March 24, 1977 – July 28, 1979
Charan Singh (1902-1987)July 28, 1979 – January14 , 1980
Indira Gandhi (1917-1984)January 14, 1980 – October 31 , 1984
Rajiv Gandhi (1944-1991)October 31, 1984 – December 01, 1989
Vishwanath Pratap Singh (1931-2008)December 02, 1989 – November 10, 1990
Chandra Shekhar (1927-2007)November 10, 1990 – June 21, 1991
P.V. Narasimha Rao (1921-2004)June 21, 1991 – May 16, 1996
Atal Bihari Vajpayee (1926-2018)May 16, 1996 – June 01, 1996
H.D. Deve Gowda (B-1933)June 01, 1996 – April 21, 1997
I.K. Gujral (1933 -2012)April 21, 1997 – March 18, 1998
Atal Bihari Vajpayee (1926-2018)March 19, 1998 – October 13, 1999
Atal Bihari Vajpayee (1926-2018)October 13, 1999 – May 22, 2004
Dr. Manmohan Singh (B-1932)May 22, 2004 – May 26, 2014
Narendra Modi (B-1950)May 26, 2014 – Incumbent
Maharashtra State Information (1)

Maharashtra State Information

Introduction to Maharashtra

Maharashtra is one of the most industrialized states of India, it occupies the western and central parts of the country and extends over the Sahyadri mountains; a vast stretch of 720 kilometers of the Arabian sea coast providing it a beautiful backdrop. The present state of Maharashtra was formed on May 1, 1960 on uni-lingual principle by carving it out of the erstwhile Mumbai state, which included the predominantly Marathi-speaking areas as the former princely state of Hyderabad as well as the Central Provinces and Berar.

Geography of Maharashtra

Maharashtra is located in the northern center of peninsular India, surrounded by the Arabian sea in the west, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh on the north, Madhya Pradesh in the east and Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh on the south. The state extends between the latitudes 15.6 North and 22.1 North and longitudes 72.6 East and 80.9 East.

As far as the geography of Maharashtra goes, much of the state consists of the high Deccan plateau, which is separated from the straight Konkan coastline by ‘Ghats’. The Ghats are a succession of steep hills, periodically bisected by narrow roads, and which are often crowned by medieval forts. Given their altitude, it is not surprising that the Ghats are home to the state’s hill stations. One of the three major regions of the state is the Sahyadri range with an elevation of 1000 meters.

The unique feature of this region is a series of crowning plateau. Lying between the Arabian Sea and the Sahyadri Range, Konkan is narrow coastal lowland, just 50 km wide and with an elevation below 200 meters. The third important region is the Satpura hills along the northern border, and the Bhamragad-Chiroli-Gaikhuri ranges on the eastern border form physical barriers preventing easy movement. These ranges also serve as natural limits to the state.

Brief History of Maharashtra

Jorwe in the Ahmadnagar district provide many evidences of ancient civilization in Maharashtra. The Chinese traveler Hiun Tsang, who visited this region in 640-641 BC, was quite appreciative of the prosperity of the region in his writings. During third and fourth centuries BC, the region of Konkan remained under the control of the Mauryans, whose policies led to great advancements in the fields of trade and Buddhist learning in the region. After the disintegration of the Mauryan Empire, the Satwahanas (230 BC – AD 225) came to rule this region. Pratishthan or modern Paithan was their capital. This great empire crumbled because of internal feuds in the ranks of vassals. In succession came the great rulers of the Vakataka, Chalukya, and Rashtrakuta empires making Maharashtra a great center of culture and art.

Yadavas were the last of these kingdoms that lost their power in the early 12th century and a long period of Muslim rule started in Maharashtra. Allauddin Khilji was the first ruler to understand the value of the Deccan as the key to extending influence over south India and consecutive rulers from Delhi till the 17th century tried their best to keep this region under their control. From the middle of the 17th century, a new group of warrior people came to dominate the scene in Maharashtra and elsewhere in India called Marathas.

The origin of Marathas is still debatable, but what is known is that they stole the limelight from the great Mughals. It was only after defeating the Marathas that the English could establish their hegemony on India. Shivaji was the first great ruler of Marathas and it was he who paved the way for future Maratha influence on India. The heroism and greatness of Shivaji is still remembered by the people of this country and his stories are now part of the great Indian folklores.

Districts of Maharashtra

Maharashtra state is made up of 35 districts, which are grouped into six divisions. Amravati Division: Akola, Amravati, Buldhana, Washim and Yavatmal

Aurangabad Division (Marathwada): Aurangabad, Beed, Hingoli, Jalna, Latur, Nanded, Osmanabad and Parbhani,

Konkan Division: Mumbai City, Mumbai Suburban, Raigad, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg and Thane

Nashik Division: Ahmednagar, Dhule, Jalgaon, Nandurbar and Nashik

Nagpur Division: Bhandara, Chandrapur, Gadchiroli, Gondiya, Nagpur and Wardha,

Pune Division: Kolhapur, Pune, Sangli, Satara and SolapurEconomy in Maharashtra

The industrial powerhouse of India, Maharashtra occupies a prominent place in the country’s economy. Mumbai, the commercial capital of the country, has the presence of all the leading industrial / corporate houses of the country. The state is the major producer of oilseeds, groundnut, sunflower, soyabean etc. The state also produces cash crops like cotton, sugarcane, turmeric and vegetables. The state also has a vast area under horticulture cultivation.

Maharashtra Travel Information

Opening some of the most enduring chapters of Indian civilization, Maharashtra offers a wide range of tourist attractions to choose from. Starting from Mumbai, the largest metropolis in India and also its financial capital to Ajanta and Ellora to Mahabaleshwar to Pune to Aurangabad to Lonavala, the state of Maharashtra makes its impression on the mind and soul of the visitors strongly. Other destinations are Aurangabad, Khandala, Lonavala, Mahabaleshwar, Matheran, Mumbai, Nasik, Pune, Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Shirdi, Ganapatipule, Karla Caves etc.

Rivers of Maharashtra

The Western Ghats form the source of several major rivers of Maharashtra, notable among them being Godavari and the Krishna. The rivers, along with their tributaries, flow eastwards into the Bay of Bengal, irrigating most of central and eastern Maharashtra. The Ghats are also the source of numerous small rivers, which flow westwards emptying into the Arabian Sea. To the north of the state, the rivers Tapi and Narmada flow westwards into the Arabian Sea, irrigating most of northern Maharashtra. To the east are major rivers like Vainganga that flow to the south and eventually to Bay of Bengal.

Education in Maharashtra

Maharashtra is a state, which is known for its higher educational institutions. Mumbai is the best place to have a better education in any field. Apart from Mumbai the state has a number of famous institutes in other places like Thane, Nasik, Pune, Ahmednagar, Nagpur, Aurangabad, Sangli, Osmanabad, Vasai, Jalgaon, Dombivli, Kolhapur and Karad districts.

Schools in Maharashtra are either run by the municipal corporation or privately by trusts and individuals. Private schools are preferred by those living in the cities, because of better facilities and the use of English language as the medium of instruction. All private schools are affiliated either with the Maharashtra state SSC board or the all-India Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) and CBSE boards.

The state is equally good for the fields like engineering, medical, management and other professional course. There are large numbers of institutes for the above fields. The State of Maharashtra has 39 Universities spread across 31 districts. These universities are either central, state or deemed universities.Food of Maharashtra

The culture of Maharashtra, which reveals itself in many ways, is also reflected in its local cuisine. Though most people are not very familiar with Maharashtrian cuisine and it has yet to find its way into five-star kitchens, there does exist a large and interesting culinary repertoire. Maharashtrian cuisine is divided into two, Konkani, and Varadi.

Though quite different, both use a lot of seafood and coconut. Grated coconuts spice many kinds of dishes, but coconut oil is not very widely used as a cooking medium. Peanuts and cashewnuts are widely used in vegetables and peanut oil is the main cooking medium.

Another feature is the use of kokum, a deep purple berry that has a pleasing sweet and sour taste. Kokum, most commonly used in an appetizer-digestive called the sol kadhi, is served chilled. Among seafood, the most popular fish is bombil or the Bombay duck, which is normally served batter fried and crisp.

All non-vegetarian and vegetarian dishes are eaten with boiled rice or with bhakris, which are soft rotis made of rice flour. Special rice puris called vada and amboli, which is a pancake made of fermented rice, urad dal, and semolina, are also eaten as a part of the main meal. In the vegetarian fare, the most popular vegetables are brinjals. A popular style of cooking brinjals is bharlivangi or baby brinjals stuffed with coconut. Maharashtrian fare is incomplete without papads, which are eaten roasted or fried. The most popular desserts of Maharashtra are the puran poli, which is roti stuffed with a sweet mixture of jaggery and gram flour, and shreekhand, which is sweetened curd flavored with cardamom and saffron.

Arts & Culture of Maharashtra

Varied customs and traditions co-exist peacefully in Maharashtra. There are the Parsis who have made Maharashtra their home, there are the Christians and Anglo-Indians who swear by Maharashtra, there is the folk population of lohars (blacksmiths), the dhangars (shepherds) and of course the fishermen and women called the Kolis. In addition, two major influences operate simultaneously in Maharashtra to mould their thinking and therefore customs. One is a strong Brahmanical influence; Pune has been and still is, to a certain extent, the center of Sanskrit learning. The second is the influence of BR Ambedkar, who introduced neo-Buddhist thoughts in the minds of the people.

Two of the most well known handicrafts of Maharashtra are Kolhapuri chappals and the Paithani saris. Maharashtra is well known throughout the country for its rich music and dances. Lavnis, Bharuds, Povadas, and Gondals are the major forms of folk music in the state and represent the best that the Maharashtrian society has contributed in the field of music. Sharang Dev, from the state, was the writer of one of the greatest treatise on Indian music in the medieval times, Sangit Ratnakara. Most famous of the Indian musicians like Lata Mangeshkar, Pandit Jasraj, Bhimsen Joshi, Kishori Amonkar belong to Maharashtra. Maharashtra also has a very good theatre tradition.

Festivals of Maharashtra

Besides all main festivals of India Held, Maharashtra celebrates Ganesh Chaturthi and Gudi Padva. Ganesh Chaturthi is a ten-day event akin to Durga Puja in Bengal, and is celebrated with as much zeal. Gudi Padva is significant as it marks the beginning of the Maharashtrian New Year. It is dedicated to Sahaliwan, the son of a humble potter who overthrew the reigning Guptas of Malwa to become an important monarch guiding the fortunes of a new dynasty. This day marks the beginning of the Hindu solar year.

Costumes of Maharashtra

The women of Maharashtra wear a nine-yard saree called Navarre, which is quite different from the saree worn in north India. The saree is accompanied with jewelry like earrings, heavy necklaces, and a lot of bangles. For a distinctive Maharashtrian look, a nose-ring made of pearls and rubies are perfect. Small girls wear parker-polka. A parker is skirt-like long garment and a polka is a typical blouse made of traditional Maharashtrian fabric, which is mostly bottle green, red or blue. Dhoti with Kurta is the most common men’s wear. Until recently, men wore a traditional shirt called samara. They also wear a cloth turban on their heads. Pudgy is a turban worn on special occasions while for everyday wear a mundasa is used. However, most men in the urban centers have adopted modern garments like pants and shirts, though these are still not so common among the women, especially married women.

Mahatama Phule Shetkari Karj Maafi List 2020

Maharashtra Loan Waiver List 2020 – Mahatama Phule Shetkari Karj Maafi

Maharashtra government on Monday released the first list of crop loan waiver to 15,358 farmers in 68 districts of Maharashtra.

These potential beneficiaries will be given up to Rs two lakh waiver under Mahatma Jyotirao Phule Shetkari Karjamukti Yojana and will also get a receipt.

In December 2019, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray announced the scheme to write off outstanding crop loans till September 30, 2019.

The amounts will be directly deposited in farmers’ accounts, bypassing the earlier process of routing it through state cooperation minister who would then send it to the district deputy registrar.

State cabinet minister Vijay Wadettiwar said, “We have waived the loans within 60 days of announcing the scheme.

First list has been declared. Farmers were present during declaration of the list via video conferencing. They are happy that earlier they had to run around for the money now it will be deposited directly in their account.”

The opposition has also organised a state-wide protest on the issue of farm loan waiver and women safety and took on the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government. It said the waiver is a farce.

The second ‘mjpsky.maharashtra.gov.in’ Mahatma Jotirao Phule Shetkari Karjmukti Yojna (MJPSKY) list of Maharashtra farmers who will benefit from ‘Karjmafi Yadi 2020’ has been released today on the official portal mjpsky.maharashtra.gov.in. The second Mahatma Phule Karj Mafi Yadi, MJPSKY list 2020 was originally scheduled for release on February 28, but was released a day later, today. The state government had announced that the second MJP SKY 2020 list that contains the names of farmers who will be provided the loan waiver of upto Rs 2 lakh.

  • The MJP SKY second list is out now according to the news reports.
  • Nearly 21.82 lakh farmers have been selected in second list for debt waiver.
  • The government has authenticated the details of 35 lakh farmers till now,
  • 46,424 farmers are in the second list from Wardha district.
  • The farmers will start receiving money/funds in their registered accounts from March 2nd, 2020 (Monday).

MJPSKY List 2020

The first MJPSKY list under this Mahatma Phule Shetkari Karj Mafi Yojna was released earlier this month which named 15,358 farmers whose loans were waived off upto limit of Rs 2 lakh. However, as Cooperation Minister Balasaheb Patil informed the Legislative Council yesterday, second MJPSKY list will benefit 1 lakh farmers, however, in the final 2nd list, over 21 lakh farmers have been listed, IANS reported. The Chief Minster’s office has stated that 34,83,908 farmers’ account details have been verified for the distribution of funds.

The Maharashtra state government had announced this Mahatma Jotirao Phule Shetkari Karjmukti Yojna (MJPSKY) in December 2019 when the new coalition government of ShivSena – NCP was formed. Nearly 15,000 thousand crore rupees have been dedicated to this Shetkari Karj mafi yadi 2020.

MJP SKY List 2020 download check

The MJ SKY 2020 second list of beneficiaries of Mahatma Jotirao Phule Shetkari Karjmukti Yojna will be uploaded at the portal – portal mjpsky.maharashtra.gov.in for the public domain. The list will contain the names and details of the farmers whose loan will be waived off in this second list.

The concerned needs to visit the Mahatma Jotirao Phule Shetkari Karjmukti Yojna (MJPSKY) official website, that is, mjpsky.maharashtra.gov.in to check if their name(s) are in the second list 2020 PDF.

Alternatively, the farmers will also be informed of the loan waiver status through other means such as mobile number sms alert or through District authorities.

MJPSKY official website portalmjpsky.maharashtra.gov.in

official website portal: mjpsky.maharashtra.gov.in/faq.html

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Maharashtra SSC Time Table 2020 1

Maharashtra SSC Time Table 2020

MAHARASHTRA SSC TIME TABLE 2020

Day & DateTimeFirst HalfTimeSecond Half
Subject with Index No.Subject with Index No.
3rd March, 2020Tuesday11.00AM to 2.00PMFirst LanguageMarathi (01)Hindi (02)Urdu (04)Gujarati (05)Kannada (06)Tamil (07)Telugu (08)Malayalam (09)Sindhi (10)Bengali (11)Punjabi (12)3.00PM to 6.00 PMGerman (34)French (35)
4th March, 2020Wednesday11.00AM to 2.00PMSecond and Third LanguageMarathi (16)Kannada (20)Tamil (21)Telugu (22)Malayalam (23)Sindhi (24)Bengali (25)Punjabi (26)
11.00AM  to 1.00PMSecond Or Third Language(Composite Course)Marathi (Composite) (A)
6th March, 2020Friday11.00AM to 2.00PMSecond Or Third LanguageHindi  (15)
11.00AM to 1.00PMSecond Or Third Language(Composite Course)Hindi (Composite) (B)
7th March, 202011.00AM to 2.00PMSecond Or Third LanguageUrdu (18)Gujarati (19)Sanskrit (27)Pali (28)Ardhamagadhi (29)Persian (30)Arabic (31)Avesta (32)Pahalavi (33)Russian (36)3.00 PM to 5.00PMSecond Or Third Language(Composite Course)Urdu (Composite) (C)Sanskrit(Composite) (D)Pali (Composite) (E)Ardhamagadhi (Composite) (F)Arabic (Composite) (G)Persian (Composite) (H)French (Composite) (I)German (Composite) (J)Russian (Composite) (K)Kannada (Composite) (L)Tamil (Composite) (M)Telugu (Composite) (N)Malayalam (Composite) (P)Sindhi (Composite) (Q)Punjabi (Composite) (R)Bengali (Composite) (S)Gujarati (Composite) (T)
9th March, 2020Monday11.00 AM to 2.00 PMFirst LanguageEnglish (03)Third LanguageEnglish (17) 
12th March, 202011.00 AM to 1.00PMMathematics  (71)Part-I(Algebra) 
11.00AM to 1.00PMArithmetic (76)(For blind, deaf, spastics, autism, learning disabled & other eligible divyang candidates) 
14th March, 2020Saturday11.00AM to 1.00PMMathematics  (71)Part-II(Geometry) 
16th March, 2020Monday11.00AM to 1.00PMScience & Technology (72)Part-I 
11.00AM to 1.30PMPhysiology Hygiene & Home Science  (77)(For blind, deaf, spastics, autism, learning disabled & other eligible divyang candidates) 
18th March, 2020Wednesday11.00AM to 1.00PMScience & Technology (72)Part-II 
19th March, 2020Thursday 3.00PM to 6.00PMMulti Skill Foundation Course/Introduction to Basic Technology  (81)Automobile Service Technician (82)Retail Merchandising (83)Healthcare-General Duty Assistant  (84)Beauty & Wellness (85)Physical Education & Sports (86)Tourism & Travels (87)Agriculture (88)Media & Entertainment (89)Banking & Financial Services (90)Mechanical Technology (91)Electrical Technology (92)Electronics Technology (93)Elecronics & Hardware Installation Technician (94)
21st March, 202011.00AM to 1.00PMSocial Sciences (73)Paper-IHistory & Political Science 
23rd March, 2020Monday11.00AM to 1.00PMSocial Sciences (73)Paper-IIGeography 

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12th Maharashtra board time table 2020

12th Maharashtra board time table 2020

Maharashtra Board HSC Time Table 2020 is released by Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education. Class 12th board exam are as per this 12th Arts, Science, Commerce Exam Dates. Exam date of MSBSHSE 12th are as per the final decision of MSBSHSE as published on the official website – mahahsscboard.in. The Maharashtra Board HSC Result 2020 will also be announced on mahahsscboard.in. MSBSHSE class 12th students can note the complete Maharashtra Board HSC Time Table 2020 from this page, and also download pdf file of the same form this page from below. Best wished from aglasem.com for best performance in all subject of arts, science, commerce exams.

Maharashtra Board HSC Time Table 2020

Maharashtra Board HSC Time Table 2020
Maharashtra Board HSC Time Table 2020
Maharashtra Board HSC Time Table 2020
Maharashtra Board HSC Time Table 2020
What is a Voter ID Card?

What is a Voter ID Card ?

A Voter ID Card, also known as the Electors Photo Identity Card (EPIC) is a photo identity card that is issued by the Election Commission of India to all individuals who are eligible to vote.

The primary purpose of this card is to improve the accuracy of the electoral roll and to help prevent cases of electoral fraud. Additionally, it also serves as an identification proof when individual’s cast their vote. This card is commonly known by other names such as an election card, voter’s card, Voter ID, etc.

How To Online Voter Id Card?

Exercising one’s franchise is every Indian citizen’s right as per the Indian Constitution and to do this, one requires a voter’s ID card. Every Indian citizen above the age of 18 years is permitted to apply for a voter ID/election card. In addition to allowing an individual to take part in the democratic process, it also serves as valid identification proof for everything from applying for a loan to buying a house. Generally people put off applying for one due to the long drawn out application process.
Earlier, it was possible to apply for a voter’s card only prior to an election, either local or national. However, the Election Commission of India has now made it easier to apply for a voter’s card from the comfort of your home through an online application process.
https://nvsp.in/Account/Login

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Every five years, election is conducted in India. The responsibility of all the citizens is extremely important in the election process as they need to elect the ideal leader by casting their votes. Voter ID card is an identity provided to eligible voters, using which they can cast their vote in the elections in India. The voter ID card is authorized by the Government of India as an identification proof. Once you apply for the card, you can check the voter ID status online.

https://electoralsearch.in/

India is one of the world’s largest democratic countries, which constitutes of millions of people. Given the diversity that the country sustains, there are innumerable political parties that have been formed in every state, district or town. Elections are an elaborate affair in India and also a very integral part of the democracy. Elections in India are held once every 5 years. As responsible citizens of the nation, it is our duty to exercise our right to vote. However, since it involves very large part of the population, elections are never an easy affair. There are innumerable instances of electoral fraud that take place during elections, beside many other such malpractices. Hence, to smoothen things to an extent, the Election Commission of India has introduced the system of Voter ID cards

The Indian voter ID card is an identity document issued by the Election Commission of India to adult domiciles of India who have reached the age of 18, which primarily serves as an identity proof for Indian citizens while casting their ballot in the country’s municipal, state, and national elections. It also serves as general identity, address, and age proof for other purposes such as buying a mobile phone SIM card or applying for a passport. It also serves as a Travel Document to travel to Nepal and Bhutan by Land or Air It is also known as Electoral Photo Identity Card (EPIC). It was first introduced in 1993 during the tenure of the Chief Election Commissioner TN Seshan.

Initially, voter IDs were printed with black ink on regular paper and laminated. Starting in 2015, the Indian government started rolling out a less perishable PVC colour version, compliant with the ISO/IEC 7810 size standard used by most payment and ATM cards.

On the front, the Elector Photo Identity Card contains the voter’s name, the name of a relative they have chosen (such as their father or mother), and the voter’s picture, along with the voter’s ID number. On the back of the card, the voter’s home address is printed, along with an image of their Electoral Registration Officer’s signature. The back also mentions the voter’s electoral district and their assembly constituency. The newer series also contains a ‘part number’, which lets voters and election officials locate voters on their electoral roll.

The voter card is issued to all Indian citizens who have attained the age of 18 years and qualify to be a voter. One has to apply on prescribed Form-6 of Election Commission attached with proof of ID, Indian nationality, age and residence.

Those of “unsound mind”, convicted of “corrupt practices”, or offenses related to elections are ineligible to vote.

Applicants have to submit paper Form-6 to their Booth Level officer (BLO) of the area.

Applicants can also apply online on the website of the chief electoral officer given for that State or can directly apply to the website named National Voter Service Portal (NVSP).

Fake voter id cards have occasionally been used fraudulently for other purposes by dubious parties and individuals to suit their personal needs.

If a person moves his/ her residence to another assembly constituency then he does not remain a valid voter of previous constituency. The person has to register afresh as voter in the new assembly constituency. Hence a new card is issued to him/her and the old card becomes invalid.

How to link PAN-aadhaar and check status

AN-aadhaar Link: The deadline to link your PAN Card with your Aadhaar Card is the end of this month. As per the latest notification issued by the finance ministry, the last date to link your Aadhar Card with PAN Card is September 30, 2019. The government has extended the deadline several times in recent past.

Earlier it was defined that if you did not link your PAN Card with your Aadhaar card by September 30, 2019, your PAN Card will become invalid. However, as per the new rule, if the PAN card and Aadhar are not linked by the end of this month, the PAN card would become ‘inoperative’. The government is, however, yet to define what it means by the term ‘inoperative’.

How to link your PAN-aadhaar online?

You should follow these steps to your pan aadhar link online.

Step 1: First, to get the answer of ‘How to link Aadhaar and Pan card’, you have to visit Income Tax Department e-filing portal where you will get the option of pan aadhar link. Click on the link of IT website to pan aadhaar link online.
Step 2: You have to enter your PAN number.
Step 3:Enter your exact Aadhaar number in the required field.
Step 4: Fill your name in the ‘Name as per AADHAAR’ category.
Step 5: If you have the only year of birth in your Aadhaar card, you have to tick mark the category ‘I have the only year of birth in Aadhar card’.
Step 6: If you are willing to validate your Aadhar details with UIDAI, you have to mark the category of ‘I agree to validate my Aadhar details with UIDAI’.
Step 7: To link the pan card with aadhar card, you also have to enter the image code which will appear on your screen. If you are visually challenged to read that code, you can opt for the option of ‘Request OTP’ category of the website.
Step 8: Click on ‘Link Aadhaar’ option to request to link aadhar with pan card.

How to check your Aadhaar PAN Link status?

You can check your pan aadhaar link online status from the Income Tax Department’s website. You can also check it from this link.

What should you know before your pan aadhar link online?

Name, birth date and your gender as per PAN will be validated only against your Aadhaar details.
You also have to ensure that Aadhaar number and name as per Aadhaar is exactly the same as printed on your Aadhaar card.