Connect with us

News

National Child Rights Commission will involved in Walayar case!

Published

on

Walayar Case

The National Child Rights Commission and the National Scheduled Caste Commission have called for involvement in the Valayar incident. The Chairman of the Child Rights Commission said the incident would be looked into by the Commission’s Legal Cell. Priyank Kanukho, Chairman of the Commission, reacted on Twitter.

The National Scheduled Caste Commission will look into the lack of vigilance in the prosecution and the lapses in police investigations. The commission in charge of South India will look into the allegations. The Commission takes the issue very seriously.

Thirteen and nine-year-old girls died in mysterious circumstances

between January and March 2017 in Valayar. A post-mortem report showed that both girls were sexually abused.

The five-accused case involved charges of poisoning, rape and attempted suicide, but lapsed into evidence collection. A total of 52 witnesses were interrogated, but most agreed. The investigation team was unable to find evidence that led to the crime. Even during the secret trial, the investigating team did not have strong witnesses. Two years after the incident, the trial did not begin and was criticized.

Health

E-cigarettes are more harmful to heart than tobacco!

Published

on

A recent study conducted by the US Food and Drug Administration found that in the year of 2018, 27.5 percent of high school students used e-cigarettes as compared to 2019 it was increased by 20.8 percent. The latest study proves that e-cigarettes are more harmful to the heart than tobacco. Researchers have found that electronic nicotine delivery systems, such as e-cigarettes might be  harmful to the heart, than traditional cigarettes.”Our results suggest that e-cigarette use is associated with coronary vascular dysfunction at rest, even in the absence of physiologic stress, these findings indicate the opposite of what e-cigarette and vaping marketing is saying about their safety profile,” said researcher Susan Cheng, Director of Public Health Research at the Smidt Heart Institute.

While the study also estimates that in 2018,

around 3.62 million middle and high school students were e-cigarette users. And the also studied the yogh adult group aging 18-38 who were regular users of e-cigarettes or tobacco cigarettes.

They analyzed both results, it was also found that in smokers who had inhaled the traditional cigarettes, blood flow increased modestly and then decreased with subsequent stress. However, in smokers who used e-cigarettes, blood flow decreased after both inhalations at rest and handgrip stress.

Meanwhile the researchers conclude that “We have known for decades that smoking increases your risk for heart attack and dying from heart disease, now, with this study, we have compelling evidence suggesting that newer methods of electronic nicotine delivery may be equally, or potentially more, harmful to your heart as traditional cigarettes,” said researcher Christine Albert.

Continue Reading

News

Sabarimala Women Entry Review-It’s a Confidence Verdict: Sabarimala Tantri Kandar Rajeevaru

Published

on

Sabarimala minister Kandar Rajeev has said that the Supreme Court verdict issued by the apex court on the issue of reconsideration petition fils AGAINST Sabarimala youth entry is hopeful. We respect the Supreme Court. The verdict is hopeful and auspicious. Kandir Rajeev responded by saying that the verdict has come to give confidence to the believers. And also he added that the stay of the youth entrance, it is clear that it is best to leave the believers on their way. Earlier, Sabarimala appointed Superintendent Sudhir Namboodiri had said that there is hope for a fair ruling in Sabarimala.

The Supreme Court today referred to a larger bench the petitions seeking review of the apex court’s 2018 judgment allowing entry of women between the ages of 10 and 50 into the Sabarimala temple. In the verdict, the Supreme Court clarified that the right of women to enter mosques

and that of Parsi women to enter fire temple are also connected matters. Noting that courts should tread cautiously in matters of religious beliefs, the court referred it to a seven-judge bench.

Reading out the judgment, the bench said petitions had “sought to revive the debate about what’s the religion and essential religious practices”. “Individual right to pray at the temple cannot be superior to what is considered as religious by another sect is what petitions have argued,” the court said.
The apex court, by a majority verdict of 4:1, on September 28, 2018, had lifted the ban that prevented women and girls between the age of 10 and 50 from entering the famous Ayyappa shrine in Kerala and had held that this centuries-old Hindu religious practice was illegal and unconstitutional. The verdict comes just two days ahead of the Sabarimala Temple reopening for the two-month-long ‘mandalam’ season from November 16.

Continue Reading

Market Updates

SBI Has Recently announced They Cut Down The FD Rate And Updated The Latest Rates

Published

on

Recently SBI(State Bank of India) announced a cut in retail fixed deposit or FD rates, by balancing adequate liquidity in the system. The new rates will be effective from 10th November. Many banks have been lowering their deposit rates after Reserve Bank of India or RBI cut deposit rates by a cumulative 135 basis points so far this year. As part of the latest rates revision, SBI will cut the interest rate of FD rates by 15 bps for maturity between one year to less than two years.SBI has also slashed interest rates on bulk deposits by 30-75 bps across

tenors.The MCLR cut down by 5bps and now it is 8% from 8.5%.
The SBI Latest FD Rate Updates For General Public
7 days to 45 days 4.50%
46 days to 179 days 5.50%
180 days to 210 days 5.80%
211 days to less than 1 year 5.80%
1 year to less than 2 years 6.25%
2 years to less than 3 years 6.25%
3 years to less than 5 years 6.25%
5 years and up to 10 years 6.25%
The SBI latest FD rates for senior citizens
7 days to 45 days 5.00%
46 days to 179 days 6.00
180 days to 210 days 6.30
211 days to less than 1 year 6.30
1 year to less than 2 years 6.75
2 years to less than 3 years 6.75
3 years to less than 5 years 6.75
5 years and up to 10 years 6.75

Continue Reading

Trending

Lottery Results8 hours ago

Maharashtra Surbhi Lottery Result Today At 04:30 PM

Maharashtra Surbhi Lottery Result Today At 04:30 PM SURBHI GURU WEEKLY LOTTERY 04:30 PM 55th Draw held on 14/11/2019 Price...

Health16 hours ago

E-cigarettes are more harmful to heart than tobacco!

A recent study conducted by the US Food and Drug Administration found that in the year of 2018, 27.5 percent...

Film News17 hours ago

Ranu Mondal’s fake post related Ayodhya Verdict getting viral in social media

Ranu Mondal’s post related Ayodhya Verdict got misusing in social media. The fake news that circulated said that Ranu Mondal...

News18 hours ago

Sabarimala Women Entry Review-It’s a Confidence Verdict: Sabarimala Tantri Kandar Rajeevaru

Sabarimala minister Kandar Rajeev has said that the Supreme Court verdict issued by the apex court on the issue of...

childhood-pics-of-bollywood stars childhood-pics-of-bollywood stars
Film News19 hours ago

Unseen Childhood Pictures Of Bollywood Celebrities You Cannot Miss..

Celebrities have not always been ultra-glamorous and attractive. Like many of us out here, they too had weird haircuts and...

Film News19 hours ago

Deepika & Ranveer Celebrates their First Wedding Anniversary – feeling awesome

Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are completing a year of a successful marriage. The couples celebrate their 1st wedding anniversary...

Health1 day ago

Heavy food eating habits after 6 pm cause heart diseases in women

A study report of the American Heart Association’s Scientific Research says that “Heavy food eating habits after 6 pm lead...

Lottery Results1 day ago

Maharashtra Surbhi Lottery Result Today At 04:30 PM

Maharashtra Surbhi Lottery Result Today At 04:30 PM SURBHI BUDH WEEKLY LOTTERY RESULT TODAY AT 04:30 PM 54th Draw held...

Health2 days ago

Increasing Temparature Causes Mental Health Problems , Increased Suicide Rate

According to a recent study report, there is an interconnection between hotter temperatures and mental health, if there is a...

Technology2 days ago

Facebook Launched New App for Payment Services “Facebook Pay”

Yesterday, Facebook, the widely used messenger portal, has launched “Facebook “Pay that can be used for payment services across its...

Trending