Techie Jumped From 4th Floor, Said ‘No Job Security’ In Suicide Note

Techie Jumped From 4th Floor, Said 'No Job Security' In Suicide Note

Techie Jumped From 4th Floor, Said ‘No Job Security’ In Suicide Note

A 25-year-old software engineer from Andhra Pradesh who jumped on the fourth floor of a hotel in Pune, said on Thursday the Cairo “lack of job security” in the industry on his suicide note, police said.

Gopikrishna Guruprasad also tried to cut his veins before jumping to the hotel in the Vimanagar area of ​​Pune, police said.

“In her, there is no job security. I am very worried about my family,” he wrote in his Guruprasad note.

Police were informed by the hotel management about the incident that led to the 25-year-old in a hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival.

The autopsy was carried out and the body was given to his family.

Guruprasad worked with an IT company in Pune and had worked in Delhi and Hyderabad.

Suicide occurs amid protests against mass layoffs of IT companies across the country.

Many professionals have expressed concern about layoff reports, mainly as a result of the greater difficulty in obtaining H-1B visas.

Most information technology companies in India with H-1B visas to send employees to the United States.

A group of IT workers called Forum for Information Technology Employees (FITE)) should also be registered as the country’s first technical union, fighting large-scale layoffs by IT companies and Position construction developed with work visas and increased automation in the industry.

‘By I-Day, UP farmers to be free of debt’

'By I-Day, UP farmers to be free of debt'

‘By I-Day, UP farmers to be free of debt’

Lucknow: This Independence Day will demonstrate a new kind of freedom for farmers in Uttar Pradesh.

On Thursday, Deputy Minister Dinesh Sharma announced the Vidhan Parishad that the state government would grant abandonment of all loans to farmers before August 15.

The announcement came two days after the government has allocated a budget of Rs 36 billion rupees to repay loans of up to Rs 1 lakh taken by small and marginal farmers.

The waiver of the loan for farmers, which should benefit about 86 lakh people, was one of the BJP’s main promises during the election campaign of the meeting, held earlier this year.

Sharma said the verification of farmers’ bank accounts would be completed on July 22, after which the money transfer process would begin. He said the farmers who had obtained their Aadhaar cards linked to their bank accounts benefit the first two phases.

“If the rest of the farmers would be taken later,” he said. Deputy added that the state government had asked the banks not to take notice or take action against farmers who do not pay the loans.

The issue of the loan exemption was lifted in the legislature after Congressman Dhruv Kumar Tripathi of Congress said that the amount allocated in the budget was far from sufficient.
He said that the budget needs for this purpose was not less than Rs 93,000 crore.

The government has also decided to establish a company to supply medicines to public hospitals in the state. Health Minister Siddharth Nath Singh said the decision had been made due to the shortage of medicines in some hospitals.

Northeast floods cause unprecedented damage, 80 dead, 17 lakh marooned

Northeast floods cause unprecedented damage, 80 dead, 17 lakh marooned

Northeast floods cause unprecedented damage, 80 dead, 17 lakh marooned

Union Minister of State for Development of North Eastern Region (Doner), who chaired a meeting on Thursday to review the floods in the Northeast, said the devastation hit all 58 districts of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Manipur.

“The damage caused by rainfall is unprecedented, and 58 areas have been affected by floods / avalanches in Arunachal Pradesh, Assam and Manipur.” Nearly 80 lives have been lost, Singh said.

Assam was the worst case, with about 50 flood-related deaths so far in 26 districts. The state also saw more than 17 lakh be allocated to the floods.

Minister of the Union, Kiren Rijiju, who was appointed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to control flooding in the northeast, began Thursday an aerial inspection of Assam and said an interdepartmental HLT would MP States in one month Assess damages.

The Center also plans to hire space technology experts and the Indian Space Research Organization to assess damage caused by floods and landslides
Around 77 p. 100 Kaziranga National Park in Assam, 134 camps against poaching were flooded, leaving the animals dead and some settled in the high plateaus neighboring.

According to the director of the park, 58 animals, including three rare rhinques alone Corneau, died because of floods. Authorities are also concerned that animals fleeing from flooded areas may be prey to poachers, but no cases of poaching have been reported.

According to the State Disaster Management Authority Assam, floods affected more than 17.43 lakh people around Dhemaji, Lakhimpur, Biswanath, Sonitpur, Darrang, Nalbari, Barpeta, Bongaigaon, Chirang, Kokrajhar, Dhubri, South Sálmara, Goalpara, Marigaon , Nagaon, Karbi Anglong, Jorhat, Golaghat, Majuli, Sivasagar, Dibrugarh, Charaideo, Cachar, Karimganj, Hailakandi and Kamrup.

ASDMA added that 2,450 villages were under water in Assam more than 86 000 hectares of cropland were flooded due to flooding. Statewide 14 10 968 animals and poultry were affected by floodwaters, according to the agency.

Currently, the Brahmaputra flowing above the danger mark in five places – Guwahati, Jorhat Nimatighat, Tezpur in Sonitpur, and Goalpara and Dhubri cities. Other rivers like Burhidehing to Khowang in Dibrugarh Desang Naglamuragat to Sivasagar, river dhansiri in Numaligarh in Golaghat and Beki in Barpeta Road Bridge also flowing above the danger mark.

Arunachal Pradesh was a great success in its road infrastructure, the capital Itanagar being practically cut. Many state central offices in the state also separated from the rest of the country, authorities said. The main rivers of Arunachal Pradesh exceeded danger levels Thursday.

Nagaland has also been affected by floods reported to Thursday after torrential rains swept the state.

No casualties were reported on Friday morning, but authorities said crops and plantations were destroyed, cattle were swept and many families were left homeless.

The landslides have affected road transport in several parts of the state. The National Highway Dimapur-Kohima-29 was badly damaged near the village of Kiruphema.

In its meteorological bulletin Thursday, the Indian Meteorology Department has forecast moderate rains and thunderstorms in “many places” in Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura, and light rains and moderate thunderstorms in some places “to” Arunachal Pradesh, Assam and Meghalaya.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi earlier this week expressed the pain and anguish of the situation in the Northeast, saying that the Center has assured all possible help to normalize the situation.

“I am distressed by the situation due to the floods in various parts of the Northeast. I share the pain of all those affected by the floods,” Modi said.

India tops OECD list of countries that trust their governments the most: What does it mean for PM Modi?

India tops OECD list of countries that trust their governments the most: What does it mean for PM Modi?

India tops OECD list of countries that trust their governments the most: What does it mean for PM Modi?

India has become the top of a survey conducted by the Organization for Cooperation and Development (OECD) to the extent that a country depends on its government.

The result was published in a report entitled About Government in 2017, which, according to the publication, “provides the latest data available on governments of OECD countries.”

The Indian summit listed, giving a great clue to the NDA government led by the BJP, which Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the helm.

Lowest on the list is Greece, which, in recent years, many struggled with their finances and loans global flaws, and had to be bailed out by the European Union.

According to a report in Forbes magazine: “With 73 percent, India was at the top of the trust league government, while Canada had higher levels of trust than the average of 62 percent.”

The result can be interpreted as a huge vote of confidence in Modi and his government in India, despite the increasing number of cases of cows surveillance and right-wing violence in some areas.

This could also indicate that Modi is scheduled to return to power for a second term in 2019. However, there are a lot of time between now and the current time, and a lot can happen in that time.

The results of the OECD survey can be considered as people’s support for projects that the government has introduced the NES, reformed or renovated. This could also be the result of a scam now appearing in the framework of Modi.

Other notable countries, American confidence in the current government of the United States under the multi-million dollar companies magnanisme, the politician and the current President Donald Trump represent only 30 percent.

This could be due to his inclination to be involved in controversies, often coming out of any new newspaper would turn to negative news about him.

Even the UK, which decided last year to divide the European Union into a referendum that has been vilified by many, score 41% in the latest poll.

Sikkim standoff continues: India sticks to its guns on Chinese diplomacy

Sikkim standoff continues: India sticks to its guns on Chinese diplomacy

Sikkim standoff continues: India sticks to its guns on Chinese diplomacy

Two days after the People’s Daily, a spokesman for the Communist Party of China (CCP) published an image of an editorial from 1962, when it was given a humiliating military defeat in New Delhi, and also warned India against ” Invasion “in its New Delhi said Thursday that it will continue to use diplomatic channels to resolve the halt between the two armed forces in the nearby Dokalam Sikkim region.

Authorities said Interior Minister Rajnath Singh and Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj will close on Friday the leaders of the opposition’s top parties on the situation in the deployment of Jammu and Kashmir and China.

The conscience comes following a terrorist attack on pilgrims to Yatra Amarnath on Monday that six pilgrims died and the growing deterioration of Beijing in the Dokalam trigger.

The government’s effort is to establish a consensus by opposing the two issues with the monsoon session of Parliament from Monday.

Part of the People’s Daily and Chinese Foreign Ministry statements in the last two weeks have begun alarm bells at the top Raisina Hill.

The newspaper article paraphrased pieces and editorials led by the People’s Daily, Xinhua and Global Times to send a clear message to India to accept China’s position at the current stop at the Sikkim border or be ready to face a repeat Of 1962.

“If this can be tolerated, what can not be?” The editorial of September 22, 1962, before a month before the Chinese-Chinese War of 1962, said that “Chinese people would not tolerate provocation of the Indian army” according to an article published in the newspaper CRI entitled “Daily From People to India: borderline is the end result. ”

In an echo of China’s current position on the Dokalam conflict, the 1962 editorial warned New Delhi of grave consequences if the conflict stopped. He accused the Indian troops of invading the territory of Beijing.

During the past two weeks, Beijing has accused the Indian troops of having “crossed” in its Donglang (Dokalam) region. The area is also claimed by Bhutan.

“The intrusion of the Indian army into Chinese territory is a flagrant violation of China’s sovereignty, which must be corrected immediately and unconditionally,” he said, noting that, since Indian troops “crossed the Chinese territory” and “obstructed Work on the road “in the Dokalam in June, China has made a series of protests to urge India to withdraw its troops immediately.

“India must correct its mistakes and do sincere testing to avoid an even more serious situation, creating further consequences,” said the piece.

On Wednesday, China proposed to play a “constructive” role in resolving the Kashmir conflict between India and Pakistan, especially after the increase in hostility along the Line of Control (LOC), a comment to annoy India Highlights that the Simla agreement that New Delhi and Islamabad had agreed to settle bilaterally.

Today, the Foreign Ministry spokesman (MEA) has rejected the Chinese offer and said that India’s position on all issues, including Kashmir with Pakistan on a bilateral basis, had not changed.

Spokesman Gopal Baglay said India was ready for dialogue with bilateral Pakistan, but at the heart of the issue was cross-border terrorism that threatened regional peace.

He said diplomatic channels continue to be used for a resolution of the Dokalam stop.

Asked about China’s comment, there was no “bilateral meeting” between Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and China’s President Xi Jinping in Hamburg, MEA spokesman said: “I had a willing conversation between them. Of problems that were the subject of conversation. “