Ms. Athira R N

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Jan 232018
Kerala High court paved ways for the registration of a marriage and issue a marriage certificate through video conferencing. .
The benchmark BSE Sensex has crossed the new landmark 36,000 points, by claiming 253.85 points. Nifty did cross a record high of 11,000 level. The reasons attributed to this surge are finds from foreign investors, corporate money could have made the BSE SENSEX reach the record high mark.
Electricity regulatory commission had recommended a staff strength of 24,500 in various division of the board, whereas the board has a strength of 33,500, leaving 10,000 surpluses, thereby creating a loss to the board. Not enough, the government has advised the board to appoint 1000 more from the selected list by the Kerala Public Service Commission.
Mumbai to Ahmedabad-India's two commercial cities is the first lucky ones to have a "Bullet Train"-connect at a cost of 17 billion dollars, inked by the two Prime Ministers of India and Japan. Indian Prime Minister's dream to promote"Make in India" seems getting a luke-warm response as 70 percent of the core components required for the railway line would be supplied by the Japanese companies, since the money comes from Japan.
Nishagandhi Award 2018, the award instituted by the Kerala Tourism Department announced the recipients Dhananjayan and Shanta Dhananjayan known as dancing couples would receive the award of Rs. 1.50 lakh cash and a citation. The award will be given away to the recipients on 20th January 2018, at the inaugural function of a week-long Nishagandhi Dance Festival, at Thiruvananthapuram. Kerala Tourism Department honors artists who have contributed to Dance and Music, honoring them by Nishagandhi award every year.
Dawn to Dusk-strike by public transport vehicles on 24th January throughout Kerala in protest against the study increase in fuel prices. Trade unions and private bus owners have called upon the governments-state and union to direct the oil companies to reduce the prices on petrol and diesel not to add on excise duty by the central government imposed earlier. According to the various unions of bus owners, employees, lakhs would go unemployed if the union government does not withdraw Motor Vehicle Act(Amendment), Bill.
Sensex touches 35,000-a record high, so far today, precisely 35,002.78, a jump by 200 points. Indian rupee against the US dollar ended at 64.03 on Tuesday. Nifty too recorded a jump stood at 10,761. The reason attributed is the higher earnings by the corporates and the money flow has become a catalyst in furthering the interests of the market.
Sensex touches 35,000-a record high, so far today, precisely 35,002.78, a jump by 200 points. Indian rupee against the US dollar ended at 64.03 on Tuesday. Nifty too recorded a jump stood at 10,761. The reason attributed is the higher earnings by the corporates and the cash flow into the market is a catalyst in furthering the markets' interest.
Kerala has launched first of its kind-named "Kerala Accelerator Programme"- to promote startu[s to reach the goal achieving right product-market suitable by a customer validation process. Begining on 5th February 2018, three-month virtual accelerator programme has both live and virtual mentoring sessions, with visits by the members to interact with startups.
Central governments' proposal to provide an Orange color passport to those who have educational qualifications as SSLC failed or less, is nothing less than a discriminatory trend by the Government, feel across 'the cross-section of people'. " No way this proposal should go forward, this is creating a divide among the citizens in India based on educational qualification" former Chief Minister of Kerala Ommen Chandy.
Face recognition will be added to secure the identification, authenticate. The Unique Identification Authority of India(UIDAI) is introducing the 3rd mode of authentication.in addition to Fingerprint and Iris, two methods of biometric authentication- which are available along with OTP(one-time password).

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