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Title:- issue regarding our designation in GDC udhampur (Boys) in jammu and Kashmir
WRITER:- SHIWANI DEVI, MEHNAZ
This article is about our designation in GDC udhampur (boys). Through this article i want to share what difficulties we face in this college. I got a call from this college in January for joining as a lecturer in geology department against vacant post. And next day i went to college for joining, and i started my work. I used to go to college daily there after till lockdown due to covid-19. Its almost 4 months time there is no salary amount credited into our account yet. Now at this when we asked them about salary, they telling us you were taken as guest faculty.
So the issue is that they didn't inform us not a single time that you will take as a guest faculty. And they maintain our attendance as other as other academic arrangement lecturer i.e 9am-3pm we were there in college so how we know all this. Besides all this they consider two faculty member as academic arrangement lecturer and teaching assistant who joined after
me .This is impartiality and how could they do such injustice to us.Some people were inviting as a guest and they are ok with such consideration because they knew that they are working as a guest faculty. But they didn't informed me and there is vacant post in our department thats why they called me to fill that vacancy not due to overburden.Either they consider all of them who joined in mid session as a guest or they consider us also as a lecturer.
We want our right. They cheated us. And don't hear our voice. We want our salary as academic arrangements lecturer. We talked to principal of college but he didn't agree and told us that it will not happen you will only consider as a guest faculty. Even in the lockdown like other academic arrangement lecturers we upload the lectures and material on the platform designed by this college.But they told us you get payment till lockdown I.e Rs 500/day only,even a labourer earned more than this and we are net qualified candidates.This is the value of education in our country.Its almost 5 months time,we are financially Very weak during this lockdown period and not a single rupee credited into our account yet.We want that we get our right and they never do such fraudulent things in future.
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My experience at Honda service center
There are experiences in life which you want to share with others. Either these are among the best or among the worst. Mine falls in the later category.
I visited a Honda service center, I was relectent to visit due to current Covid-19 situation, but my vehicle would take it any more.
To my surprise, none of the government norm were followed. No staff member was wear mask nor was social distancing followed. My vehicle needed service badly. Also I was wearing mask and there was only one customer besides me so I decide let it be, I will get my vehicle serviced.
I had an annual maintenance contract purchased and it had been 10 months but to my surprise they said it had been expired. When I checked the purchase date for the contract it wasn't mention on the booklet. Again I thought, I had to do the service and let it be.
As if it wasn't enough, when 4 new customers came they made them sit in the same small room next to eachother. To make it worst other customers were not wearing masks. I went out of the room and I spend next 1 hr standing in the lobby.
Finally when my vehicle was delivered it was soaked in water. Water was literally dripping from the vehicle. I have video of that and the service guy stand in front of me without any shame on his face declaring service had been done and I can take my vehicle.
I never expected this kind of unprofessional behaviour from a service center of Honda.
I have raised this issue with the Honda customer service, and it's been 1 week and no response from there side. I will update this article if I have an closure.
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It all started with the day when i heard some positive cases of corona virus in our country India. It was just a joke for us when we heard about it in other countries but suddenly the world is upsight down for whole nation and this was only because of some of deaths in our country due to corona virus and this create a threat among people about corona virus but some of the people are not afraid of it because they thought that it is just a hoax and this would lead to increase in positive cases in our country. Doctors are fixing this problem by making vaccine and only for that much of time we need to keep ourselves at home.
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Naveed Ahamad Mir District Office Secretary Jammu And Kashmir Apni Party Has Extended Warm Greetings To The People On The Eve Of Mela Kheer Bhawani Celebrated At Central Kashmir Ganderbal .
Jammu & Kashmir Apni Party Youth Wing District Office Secretary Naveed Ahamad Mir felicitates people of J&K on the occasion of Mela Kher Bhawani .
SRINAGAR, June 17: Apni Party Youth Wing District Office Secretary Naveed Ahamad Mir on Thursday felicitated the people of Jammu and Kashmir on the auspicious occasion Mela Kheer Bhawani that’s annually celebrated with great fervour in District Ganderbal.
“These festivities and celebrations have always reflected the deep roots of brotherhood and harmony among the different communities of J&K that have lived together for centuries and continue to do the same,” Mir said.
Mir wished all the people of J&K on this sacred festival especially the Kashmiri Pandit Community and prayed that may this occasion become a harbinger of peace & prosperity for all.
Apni Party Appoints Office Bearers for Kashmir Province
SRINAGAR, June 14: Jammu and Kashmir Apni Party Youth Wing on Monday announced the appointment of following office bearers for district Srinagar, Budgam , Anantnag , Bandipora.
Shenzhou-12: China launches first astronauts to new space station
Spacecraft lifted off about 01:22 GMT on Thursday from northwest China further boosting the country’s space programme to rival the US.
The Long March-2F carrier rocket, carrying the Shenzhou-12 spacecraft and a crew of three astronauts, lifts off from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre in the Gobi desert, in northwest China [Greg Baker/AFP]
China has successfully launched the Shenzhou-12 – its first manned mission in five years – further accelerating its space programme to rival the United States.
Shenzhou-12, meaning “Divine Vessel”, lifted off at about 01:22 GMT on Thursday from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China, according to the live video broadcast on state television, CCTV. The spacecraft docked with the country’s space station Thursday afternoon, China’s space agency said, around seven hours after blasting off.
The Shenzhou-12 craft “successfully docked with the forward port of the core module” of the Tiangong station, according to a statement from the China Manned Space Agency.
The launch was carried with a Long March-2F carrier rocket.
The spacecraft carried three male astronauts – Nie Haisheng, Liu Boming and Tang Hongbo.
In the CCTV live video, two of the three astronauts made an “OK” hand gesture as Shenzhou crossed the Earth’s atmosphere and following the critical separation of the four boosters.
Chinese astronauts Tang Hongbo, Nie Haisheng and Liu Boming speak before the launch of the Long March-2F Y12 rocket, carrying the Shenzhou-12 spacecraft and the three astronauts on Thursday [Carlos Garcia Rawlins/Reuters]
“The flight was perfectly smooth,” Chen Shanguang, deputy director of China’s manned space programme, was quoted by news reports as saying.“This is the first step. There are many challenges ahead.”
After entering orbit, the spaceship will conduct a fast automated “rendezvous and docking with the in-orbit space station core module Tianhe”, according to CCTV.
The astronauts will be stationed in the core module and remain in orbit for three months.
Major space power by 2030
State-owned Global Times publication quoted Gao Xu, deputy director designer of the Shenzhou-12, as saying that the development of the manned spacecraft followed “the highest standards in the country’s space industry.”
The Shenzhou-12 is made up of three sections – an orbiter module, a return module and a propelling module, and has 14 sub-systems onboard.
In the Global Times interview, Gao referred to the spacecraft as a “vessel of life”, as it will not only ferry the three astronauts to the orbiting Tianhe core module, but is also expected to carry them home to Earth in approximately 90 days.
In an interview with Al Jazeera, Jonti Horner, a space expert from Australia’s University of Southern Queensland, said that the advances being made by China’s programme is “incredible”.
China’s last crewed flight mission was in 2016 when two men – Chen Dong and Jing Haipeng – were sent via the Shenzhou-11 spacecraft to Tiangong-2, a prototype of the space station where they later stayed for about a month.
Beijing’s aim is for the country to become a major spacefaring power by 2030, turning space into the newest frontier of its rivalry with the United States.
'Wonder material' used to detect SARS-CoV-2 virus in laboratory experiments.
Researchers at the University of Illinois Chicago have successfully used graphene -- one of the strongest, thinnest known materials -- to detect the SARS-CoV-2 virus in laboratory experiments. The researchers say the discovery could be a breakthrough in coronavirus detection, with potential applications in the fight against COVID-19 and its variants.
In experiments, researchers combined sheets of graphene, which are more than 1,000 times thinner than a postage stamp, with an antibody designed to target the infamous spike protein on the coronavirus. They then measured the atomic-level vibrations of these graphene sheets when exposed to COVID-positive and COVID-negative samples in artificial saliva. These sheets were also tested in the presence of other coronaviruses, like Middle East respiratory syndrome, or MERS-CoV.
The UIC researchers found that the vibrations of the antibody-coupled graphene sheet changed when treated with a COVID-positive sample, but not when treated with a COVID-negative sample or with other coronaviruses. Vibrational changes, measured with a device called a Raman spectrometer, were evident in under five minutes.
Their findings are published in the journal ACS Nano.
We have been developing graphene sensors for many years. In the past, we have built detectors for cancer cells and ALS. It is hard to imagine a more pressing application than to help stem the spread of the current pandemic. There is a clear need in society for better ways to quickly and accurately detect COVID and its variants, and this research has the potential to make a real difference. The modified sensor is highly sensitive and selective for COVID, and it is fast and inexpensive."
Vikas Berry, professor and head of chemical engineering at the UIC College of Engineering and senior author of the paper
"This project has been an amazingly novel response to the need and demand for detection of viruses, quickly and accurately," said study co-author Garrett Lindemann, a researcher with Carbon Advanced Materials and Products, or CAMP. "The development of this technology as a clinical testing device has many advantages over the currently deployed and used tests."
Berry says that graphene -- which has been called a "wonder material" -- has unique properties that make it highly versatile, making this type of sensor possible.
Graphene is a single-atom-thick material made up of carbon. Carbon atoms are bound by chemical bonds whose elasticity and movement can produce resonant vibrations, also known as phonons, which can be very accurately measured. When a molecule like a SARS-CoV-2 molecule interacts with graphene, it changes these resonant vibrations in a very specific and quantifiable way.
"Graphene is just one atom thick, so a molecule on its surface is relatively enormous and can produce a specific change in its electronic energy," Berry said. "In this experiment, we modified graphene with an antibody and, in essence, calibrated it to react only with the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein. Using this method, graphene could similarly be used to detect COVID-19 variants."
The researchers say the potential applications for a graphene atomic-level sensor -- from detecting COVID to ALS to cancer -- continue to expand.
A provisional patent has been submitted based on this work.
MARKET LIVE: Sensex dips 300 pts, Nifty below 15,700; India VIX up 4%
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LIVE market updates: The Indian benchmark indices extended early losses amid weakness across the board during noon deals of Thursday's volatile session, ahead of the weekly options expiry. Meanwhile, volatility index, India VIX, rose 7 per cent.The S&P BSE Sensex traded around 52,180 levels, down 320 points and the broader Nifty50 index gave up the 15,700-mark. ONGC and Maruti Suzuki (both down 2%) were the top Sensex laggards, followed by Dr Reddy's, IndusInd Bank, and PowerGrid (all down 1%)
The Nifty sectoral indices were largely in the red, with Nifty Metal index, down 1.9 per cent, bleeding the most.
In the broader markets, the S&P BSE MidCap index was down 0.2 per cent while the SmallCap index ruled 0.5 per cent higher.