Tejas lying due to fog, passengers will not get compensation

The first private train in the country, ‘Tejas’ is important news for the passengers traveling. At present, passengers are compensated when Tejas is late. But now there are reports that due to the fog of the train in winter, passengers will not get compensation. According to the IRCTC, the fog would be considered the Act of God. However, no decision has been taken yet. Let us tell you that Tejas Express was late on October 19. That day the train reached the destination with a delay of three hours. Due to the late arrival of the train, the passengers were compensated 1.62 lakh.

According to the IRCTC, the fog would be considered the Act of God. However, no decision has been taken yet.

Tejas lying due to fog, passengers will not get compensation
Tejas lying due to fog, passengers will not get compensation

According to IRCTC rules, passengers are paid Rs 100 and Rs 250 for delays of two hours or more if Tejas is late for an hour and more. It is known that the Tejas Express is the first such train in the country, on which the passengers get compensation when they are late. Significantly, Tejas Express is being run between New Delhi to Lucknow. The Railways has given the responsibility to run this train to IRCTC. This train has provided many such facilities which are given for the first time in Indian Railways. It has executive and chair class bogies.

ISRO Launches 13 Nano Satellite Space in US with Cartosat-3

13 nano-satellite PSLV C47s from the US along with Earth monitoring and map satellite Cartosat-3 were launched in various orbits in space. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched Cartosat-3 on Wednesday at 9:28 am. At the time of launch, Sriharikota was present in the Mission Control Complex along with the engineers of the ISRO chief’s Sivan mission and senior ISRO scientists. Cartosat-3 is also being called the eye of India, because with its help, mapping of various land parts of the country will be done on a large scale. This will also help in planning of cities and managing the resources of rural areas. This is the ninth satellite of the Cartosat series, launched from the second launch pad of the Satish Dhawan Space Center at Sriharikota, 120 km from Chennai.PSLV will launch Cartosat-3 in the 509 km Polar Sun-Synchronous Orbit and American satellites 27 minutes after launch.

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched Cartosat-3 on Wednesday at 9:28 am.

ISRO Launches 13 Nano Satellite Space in US with Cartosat-3
ISRO Launches 13 Nano Satellite Space in US with Cartosat-3

ISRO had reported on Tuesday that a 26-hour countdown was launched at 7:30 am in Sriharikota on Tuesday morning for the launch of the PSLV-C47 campaign. This is the 49th flight of PSLV-C47, which will go into space with Cartosat-3 carrying 13 small commercial satellites with US commercial purpose. Cartosat-3 is the third generation highly agile and advanced satellite with high resolution photo taking capability. Its weight is 1,625 kg. It will meet the growing demand of consumers for planning of cities, development of rural resources and infrastructure, use of coastal land and land. ISRO said that PSLV-C47 is the 21st flight of PSLV in ‘XL’ configuration. Under the commercial arrangements of New Space India Limited, Department of Space, this satellite has also launched 13 nano commercial satellites of the US. ISRO said that this will be the 74th launch vehicle mission from the Satish Dhawan Space Center at Sriharikota. Cartosat-3 will have a lifespan of five years. Cartosat-3 and 13 other nano satellites are being launched after the launch of Chandrayaan-2 on July 22.

Home supporters to benefit from Olympic qualifiers: Rani

Rani, captain of the Indian women’s hockey team, said that domestic support will boost the morale of the team when her team enters the upcoming FIH Olympic qualifiers. Also, that consistency in selection has helped the members of his team to understand each other. For the qualifiers, head coach Shored Marin announced the 18-member women’s team, in which she retained the team playing on a practice tour of England earlier this month. Rani said, ‘Our group of players have been playing with each other for a long time and it definitely helped all the team members to understand well. We know each other very well inside and outside the field, it helped us a lot. We are preparing to give our best to face America in qualifiers here. ‘

Also, that consistency in selection has helped the members of his team to understand each other.

Rani

Jammu and Kashmir terrorists resume use of satellite phone

In Jammu and Kashmir, terrorists have become active again after relaxation of the restrictions imposed after the removal of Article 370. Police said that due to the shutdown of internet and prepaid mobile services in the state, the terrorists are again using satellite phones for communication. According to police, the militants tried to sneak into the summer capital of Srinagar, taking advantage of the communication disruptions from August 5, which has been a commonly altered route in view of increased security. Last week, security forces conducted a massive search operation in Achar, on the outskirts of Srinagar. He was suspected of using satellite phones in the area. A senior police official said, “The search of this satellite phone was traced to some unknown location, due to which a search operation was launched.” Earlier this month, the Jammu and Kashmir Police recovered satellite phones from two encounter sites in North Kashmir.

In Jammu and Kashmir, terrorists have become active again after relaxation of the restrictions imposed after the removal of Article 370.

Jammu and Kashmir terrorists resume use of satellite phones, security forces alert
Jammu and Kashmir terrorists resume use of satellite phones, security forces alert

Jammu and Kashmir Police SP Sajjad Shah said, ‘We started a search operation in Achar area on the basis of suspicion. We had no strong news, but we did not want to take any chances. Another police officer said that a local man has been detained and questioned and the search operation was a ‘moping operation’. Terrorists are again using the traditional Thuraya satellite phone. Police officials said that after the abolition of special status of Jammu and Kashmir on August 5, terrorist activities were seen in Nowgam and Parampora areas adjoining Srinagar. State police and other agencies report the number of militants active in Srinagar 4 to 5. Since August 5, 20 terrorists have been killed in different encounters. Another police officer said, “Terrorist activities have taken place in the state since August 5 due to the communication breakdown. However, they are trying to strengthen their human resource network. ‘ According to security forces and other intelligence agencies, the total number of militants operating in the state is between 250-300.

 

President of Space Research Organization K. Sivan said.

Even though Chandrayaan-2’s lander Vikram could not make a soft landing but it is not going to affect mission Gaganyaan.

President of Space Research Organization K. Sivan

Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) President K.K. Sivan said that in 2021 India is going to send humans to space. Even though Chandrayaan-2’s lander Vikram could not make a soft landing but it is not going to affect mission Gaganyaan. Explain that ISRO is preparing to send the first unmanned mission in 2020 and manned mission in 2021. Sivan said that Chandrayaan-2’s orbiter will give data for seven and a half years. He said, ‘All technologies of the moon mission have proved to be accurate except for soft landings. Is it not successful? Addressing the eighth convocation of IIT, Bhubaneswar, Sivan said, ‘By December 2020, we will have the first unmanned mission of manned space aircraft. We have targeted another unmanned manned space plane till July 2021.

Indigenous robots serving food in Odisha restaurants

India has also won the ultimate in the world of artificial intelligence and robotics, reflecting with the rapidly changing technological world. As a result of this, now the indigenous robot chef has entered the restaurant of Bhubaneswar, which is in the second tier cities of the country. Robots were seen serving food at restaurants in Bhubaneswar, hundreds of kilometers away from Delhi. Till now, there was talk of serving robot food in cities like Bengaluru, Chennai and Delhi. But now the robots are set to make their way into third tier cities.

Robots were seen serving food at restaurants in Bhubaneswar, hundreds of kilometers away from Delhi.

Indigenous robots serving food in Odisha restaurants
Indigenous robots serving food in Odisha restaurants

There was talk of serving food. But now the robots are set to make their way into third tier cities. For the first time in the Odisha capital, restaurants are serving food to customers. Both robots constantly talk to customers in their language and wish them good luck. Customers are also happy to enjoy the new experience. Restaurant owner Jeet Basa said that he named these robots Champa and Jasmine which have been made in the country. Jeet said that this is the first restaurant in eastern India to offer such facilities.

Agni-3 ballistic missile tested for the first time at night

Agni-3, a surface-to-surface ballistic missile equipped with nuclear capability, was first taught at night on Saturday. Defense sources said that the missile was tested at 7.20 pm from the Integrated Test Range at APJ Abdul Kalam Island off the Odisha coast. Currently, the launch path of the missile is being monitored and the results of the trial are awaited. The Agni-3 missile is medium-range and has a strike range of 3,500 km. Agni-3 missile has already been inducted into the army. Its length is 17 meters, diameter 2 meters and weight is about 50 tons. The night trial was carried out by the Strategic Forces Command of the Indian Army. In this, the Defense Research and Development Organization gave logistic support. This test was done under the user trial of the army.

Agni-3, a surface-to-surface ballistic missile equipped with nuclear capability, was first taught at night on Saturday.

Agni-3 missile tested for the first time at night
Agni-3 missile tested for the first time at night

This was the fourth user trial of DRDO’s Muta Bik Agni-3 missile and was intended to test continuity in the missile’s performance. The missile has a 2-stage propellant system and is capable of carrying 1.5-tonne warheads and is equipped with hybrid navigation, guidance and control systems. Apart from this, a state-of-the-art computer is also set on it. Earlier, India successfully test-fired a 2,000-km-range Agni-2 ballistic missile from Balasore, Odisha. The missile was tested from the Integrated Test Range (ITR). The Agni-2 missile was tested last year but it has been tested for the first time at night. Its firepower can be increased from two thousand to three thousand km. Agni-2 missile is capable of carrying nuclear weapons.

Dhoni sweating in tennis court after returning from army training

Rajkumar of Ranchi and former captain of Team India, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, is in his home town Ranchi these days after finishing army training. Even though Dhoni is out of the cricket field these days, he is trying his hand at the lawn tennis court to keep himself fit. That’s why he tried his hand at the tennis court, then sweated heavily in the gym. Dhoni rode a Kawasaki ninja bike from his home to the tennis court. The price of this bike is about 39 lakhs. Dhoni went to JSCA Stadium to play lawn tennis.

Dhoni rode a Kawasaki ninja bike from his home to the tennis court.

Dhoni sweating in tennis court after returning from army training

Sweated in the gym for over an hour. After playing tennis, Dhoni also took photos with his fans. As soon as Dhoni reached his house, there were already some little fans at the door, with whom Dhoni also took pictures. During this, there was a competition to take selfies from them. Dhoni is also very fond of cars along with sports. Mahi’s garage has a collection of expensive cars. Many SUVs including Hummer, Audi, Range Rover, Mercedes, Jeep adorn Mahi’s garage. At the same time, motorcycles are also plenty in Dhoni’s garage. When Dhoni arrives in Ranchi, then he rides in different vehicles and appears on the streets of Ranchi. This time Dhoni came to Ranchi, drove his new jeep Cherokee car and went to his home himself.

Alibaba group does not allow customers to be harmed by cyber attacks

Jack Ma, the founder and chairman of Alibaba, China’s largest e-commerce company, said that the Alibaba group has been facing 300 million cyber attacks daily. However, the group’s payment company Ali pay did not cause any financial loss to the hackers. Jack Ma says that despite all these cyber attacks, customers were not allowed to suffer any harm. Jack Ma said at the Forbes Global CEO Conference in Singapore on Tuesday that Ali pay currently has close to one billion users, with transactions of about $ 50 billion per day.

ack Ma says that despite all these cyber attacks, customers were not allowed to suffer any harm.

Jack Ma
Jack Ma

Jack Ma said at the Forbes Global CEO Conference in Singapore on Tuesday that Ali pay currently has close to one billion users, with transactions of about $ 50 billion per day. In February, an attempt by a cyber attack on Alibaba put the accounts of 2 crore users of the company’s e-commerce site Taobao in danger. According to Alibaba, he detected the danger at the right time. Jack Ma attributed the success of the company to the advanced technical capabilities of Alibaba Intelligence. He said that machines are better than humans in thwarting harmful activities on the Internet. Jack Ma retired from the position of chairman of Alibaba last month. He was also awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Forbes Global CEO Conference for his significant contribution in the field of business.

A quarter of youth suffer from smartphone addiction

A quarter of young people worldwide are so dependent on their smartphones that they start to panic when the smartphone is not around. According to many earlier researches, 10 to 30 percent of children and young people use their smartphones very poorly. This has been revealed in a recent research. According to researchers from the UK’s King’s College of London, 23 per cent of the youth are facing problems with probabilistic smartphone usage (PSU). PSU is a smartphone-related behavior that shows signs of addiction. These include feeling nervous and restless and upset when the phone is not around. People suffering from this problem are unable to control their phone usage time. Such people mostly use phones for recreational activities. Girls are more likely to have PSU: This research published in the journal BMC Psychiatry examines the symptoms of PSU in children and young people for the first time.

A quarter of young people worldwide are so dependent on their smartphones that they start to panic when the smartphone is not around.

A quarter of youth suffer from smartphone addiction
A quarter of youth suffer from smartphone addiction

This research analyzes 41 previous researches and uses data from 41,871 children and youth. Of the 41 researches, 30 have been conducted in Asia, nine in Europe and two in the US. 55% of the participants were women. Research found that girls between the ages of 17 and 19 were more likely to have a PSU. Researchers also examined the relationship between smartphone use and mental health in this manner. During this period it was found that those who had PSU problems showed poor mood, nervousness, irritability, poor sleep and poor performance at educational level. Researcher Ben Carter said, “Our research shows that excessive and improper use of smartphones is having a bad effect on mental health.” Efforts are continuing to make large-scale efforts to tackle this problem. Researcher Samantha Son said, “To check whether a PSU is a practical addiction or not, it is necessary to check the PSU and its health side effects. At the same time, it will have to be raised that people struggling with PSUs struggle hard to reduce their smartphone usage.