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No Need for Women to Change Surnames in the Passport After Marriage: Modi

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From now on it is not necessary for a woman to change their names in the passport after marriage. Even to get other travel certificates they can use their parent’s names for it. So no woman have to change their names or surnames in their passport providing the marriage proofs or divorce proofs. Narendra Modi himself talking about the Women empowerment in Indian Merchants Chamber(IMC) stated this in the video conference held on Thursday.

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He took the aspiring businesswomen as examples and said that women are two steps ahead of men. In the dairy businesses, cattle businesses women’s hand is more involved than the men. Lijjat Papad (Shri Mahila Griha Udyog Lijjat Papad, also known as Lijjat, is a cooperative involved in the manufacturing of various fast moving consumer goods) and Amul are the best examples for this.

Not only these two but there are so many women in our country who proved that they are not any less than the men. Also, 70% of the Mudra Loans are taken by women themselves. On the occasion of Ambedkar Jayanthi, Modi went Nagpur to pay his respects to the statue, take part in the pooja ceremonies and also do some development works.

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ISRO Successful Launch of PSLV SCATSAT-1 Lauded By PM Modi as ‘Innovative Zeal’

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Sriharikota(Andhra Pradesh): ISRO( Indian Space Research Organisation) was successful in the launching of PSLV SCATSAT-1 along with Eight other satellites into the orbit at 9:12 a.m on this Monday morning (Sep 26th,2016) from Satish Dhawan Space Center, Sriharikota.

PM Modi complimented the Scientists for the successful launch and said “Our space scientists always keep on scripting history. Their innovative zeal has touched the lives of 125 crore Indians and India proud worldwide.”

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ISRO Chairman, A.S.Kiran Kumar declared that its launch was a ‘landmark’ in the history of Mission Control Centre in the noon. Adding to this K.Sivan, Director VSSC (Vikram Sarabhai Space Station) via that “the mission was exciting and the longest one. The other landmark mission to be done this year will be the GSLV-MK3 ROCKET. ”

This was PSLV’s (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) or 37th PSLV, longest launch with a record time of 2 hours and 15 minutes. The rocket was re-ignited twice at different orbits during the flight, to place the satellites in their orbits. This was the reason for the record time.

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The PLSV rocket fuelled with Solid and Liquid fuel alternatively for its four stages flight in the space. This heavy loaded rocket has pierced into the sky with glowing orange flames to its tail.

The life of SCATSAT-1 is for five years it provides information of the weather through a generation of wind vector products.

The 320 ton and 44.4m height SCATSAT-1(main cargo with 371kg) rocket along with it carried, is a satellite for weather studies which was placed at an altitude of 730 km in the polar sun synchronous orbit. After a two hour travel in the space, the rocket satellites ‘PRATHAM,’ 10kg built by IIT Bombay and ‘PISAT,’ 5.25kg from PES University.

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The three Commercial Payloads belonging to Algeria(ALSAT-1B,103kg),( ALSAT-2B,117kg),( ALSAT-1N,7kg) and one each for United States(Pathfinder-1,44kg) and Canada(NLS-19,8kg).

India has again achieved the launch of multiple satellites in a single rocket mission. India is found to be marching towards the 100 milestones for launching foreign satellites from the past. With this launch, this morning India has successfully launched 79 satellites for foreign countries.

PM Modi Initiative to Hire Private Employees for Government Receives Good Response

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In a move to hire people from the private sector to work with government sector on a contract basis, the prime minister Modi has launched ‘Do you want to work for the government’ initiative.

This program has received good response from the private employees. As per the data received from the website gov.in, a total of 4704 applications has been received within a week of launch.

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In a first of its kind move, Modi government launched ‘Do you want to work for the government’ initiative where jobs for various government departments were opened.

The list of positions available are editorial writers, researchers, data scientists, software developers, video editors, social media experts, graphic designers and app developers for professionals working in the private sector are available.

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Interested candidates were requested to upload their resume on my gov.in portal. “Carrying forward the spirit of government-citizen interface, MyGov proposes to create a databank of resumes of various seniority levels and specializations. This data bank may be sourced by the government periodically to engage citizen experts in various domains for contractual services in different positions across ministries, departments, organizations, institutions, and specialized entities,” the website said

“MyGov will scrutinize the resumes, and shortlisted resumes will contact for further discussion/interview. The compensation package will be discussed during direct interactions,” it added.