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Saturday, May 30, 2020

Nisarga Cyclone Live updates

Nisarga Cyclone Live updates


The atmosphere in Gujarat has suddenly changed. It is feared that on the 4th and 5th of June, Dwarka, Okha and Morbi in Gujarat will become hurricanes towards Kutch. At that time, the atmosphere of Gujarat has completely changed. Cloudy instead of cloudy. So many districts have received heavy rains, and many districts have been hit by Kaladibang clouds. If this depression takes the form of a hurricane, it will pass through Dwarka and sweep Kandla and surrounding areas of Kutch. The same wind is blowing on many beaches of Saurashtra. Seeing this, signal number 1 has been put on the ports.

The atmosphere in Gujarat has suddenly changed. It is feared that on the 4th and 5th of June, Dwarka, Okha and Morbi in Gujarat will become hurricanes towards Kutch. At that time, the atmosphere of Gujarat has completely changed. Cloudy instead of cloudy. So many districts have received heavy rains, and many districts have been hit by Kaladibang clouds. If this depression takes the form of a hurricane, it will pass through Dwarka and sweep Kandla and surrounding areas of Kutch. The same wind is blowing on many beaches of Saurashtra. Seeing this, signal number 1 has been put on the ports.



Signal No. 1 at the ports of Gujarat
Signal number 1 has been affixed on all the ports of Saurashtra. But there is no signal on the coast of Diu. No circular has been issued by the meteorological department. There is no signal in the circular lamp.

The signal was issued following the impact of the hurricane on the new port near Morbi. Signal No. 1 has been put up on the coast of Saurashtra as there is a possibility of a hurricane.
Signal number 1 has also been installed at the ports of Jamnagar. A low pressure signal has been set up in the Arabian Sea. The signal has been put up by the Gujarat Maritime Board. As well as the fishermen have been instructed by the Tantra not to plow the sea. Jamnagar has seen higher than normal wind speed.
Signal No. 1 has been installed at Okha port of Devbhoomi Dwarka. A depression-causing signal has been set in the nearby Arabian Sea. The seafaring season for fishermen ends tomorrow. This important decision has been taken for the safety of the fishermen.
Signal No. 1 has been placed at Veraval and Mangrol ports. The number one signal in the Arabian Sea is the Depression.

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Signal No. 1 has been installed at Jafrabad port of Amreli. This signal is applied by the system as part of precaution. So fishermen have been instructed not to plow the sea. Due to lockdown, most of the boats at Jafrabad port are at Jafrabad port. The fishermen have been instructed not to fish by the system.

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Lockdown extended to June 30, guidelines released, find out what will open, what will close

Lockdown extended to June 30, guidelines released, find out what will open, what will close

The government has issued guidelines for Lockdown 5. Named UNLOCK 1. Accordingly, the government has given phased concessions outside the containment zone. The containment zone will have a lockdown till June 30 and only the required services will be able to continue. The guidelines for phased out services in areas other than that are as follows-

Phase 1  Lock Down 5.0

Phase II  Lock Down 5.0

Phase III  Lock Down 5.0

The second phaseSchools-colleges, educational institutes, coaching institutes etc. will be opened after discussion with the States and Union Territories. State governments have been asked to discuss the matter with institutions as well as parents. The standard operating procedure will also be announced.The third phaseSome activity will still be off. These include international flights, metro railways, cinema halls, gyms, swimming pools, amusement parks, theaters, bars, auditoriums, political and social events, and large gatherings. Approval will be informed in the third phase after assessing the situation.


Phased re-opening of areas outside the Containment Zones In areas outside Containment Zones, all activities will be permitted, except the following, which will be allowed, with the stipulation of following Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to be prescribed by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW), in a

phased manner:


he following activities will be allowed with effect from 8 June, 2020: (i) Religious places/places of Worship for public. (ii) Hotels, restaurants and other hospitality services, (iii) Shopping malls. Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MOHFW) will issue Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for the above activities, in consultation with the Central Ministries/ Departments concerned and other stakeholders, for ensuring social distancing and to contain the 


Schools, colleges, educational training coaching institutions etc., will be opened after consultations with States and UTS. State Governments/ UT administrations may hold consultations at the institution level with parents and other stakeholders. Based on the feedback, a decision on the re-opening of these institutions will be taken in the month of July, 2020. MOHFW will prepare SOP in this regard, in consultation with the Central Ministries Departments concerned and other stakeholders, for ensuring social distancing and to contain the spread of COVID-19. 



Based on the assessment of the situation, dates for re-starting the following activities will be decided: (1) International air travel of passengers, except as permitted by MHA. (ii) Metro Rail. (iii) Cinema halls, gymnasiums, swimming pools, entertainment parks, theatres, bars and auditoriums, assembly halls and similar places. (iv) Social/ political sports/ entertainment/ academic/ cultural/ religious functions and other large congregations. National Directives for COVID-19 Management National Directives for COVID-19 Management, as specified in Annexure I shall continue to be followed throughout the country.



The first phaseReligious places, hotels, restaurants, shopping malls will be allowed to open from June 8. In this regard, the Ministry of Health will announce standard operating procedures to ensure 





A lockdown has once again been imposed in the country to deal with the Corona virus. The central government has named Lockdown 5.0 as Unlock 1. Guidelines for unlock 1 have been issued by the Home Ministry. According to the new guideline, exemption will be given in phases outside the containment zone. It will be banned for now. There will be a complete exemption outside the containment zone. These guidelines will run from June 1 to June 30.

In Madhya Pradesh, on the other hand, the lockdown period will be extended till June 15. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has said in a statement that given the current situation, the lockdown cannot be fully opened, so the government has decided to extend the lockdown till June 15. However, the guideline will be clear in the next one or two days. Lockdown 4 expires on May 31. The question then arose as to whether the lockdown would be extended or whether everything would be opened normally.



Amidst all this speculation, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has now made it clear that the lockdown in Madhya Pradesh will be extended till June 15. The Madhya Pradesh government has taken this decision due to the increasing number of Corona cases. Big cities like Bhopal and Indore are still in the grip of Corona, so the government does not want to take any risk of ending the lockdown altogether.




The lockdown in the country has been extended to June 30. The government has announced new guidelines. The government has issued guidelines. Religious places are preparing to open. The lockdown will be in three phases. There will be only one zone, eliminating the Green, Red and Orange zones. This zone will be the containment zone. All places of worship will be open from June 8.



This relief will be available in Lockdown 5.0

- No pass is required to move from one state to another.
- In the second phase, schools, colleges, institutes can be opened. The decision to open a school college has been left to the state governments.
- No restrictions on movement anywhere in the country
- Permission to open hotel, restaurant mall from June 8, this ban will remain in place.
- Delhi Metro will not run at present. - There will be curfew from 9 pm to 5 am.
- The ban on foreign travel will remain in place.
- Only 20 people can attend the funeral.
- Only 5 people can buy goods together at the shops.
- Cinema hall, gym and swimming pool will be closed.


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all news about 5.0 read all report


Lockdown-5.0 is set to be completed on May 31. There has been speculation on social media for the last several days that the lockdown will be increased in Gujarat and across the country. However, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani had said that there was no plan for Lockdown-5 at present.





While circulating such messages, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani clarified that lockdown 5 will be implemented from June 1 and everything will be stopped again, rumors are being spread. These are just rumors and citizens should stay away from such false rumors


It is to be mentioned that the lockdown-4.0 implemented in the country due to the Corona epidemic is coming to an end on May 31. So far no official announcement has been

Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today called on the Civil Superintendent at the Civil Hospital Ahmedabad regarding the treatment and facilities provided to the patients of Corona. Necessary information was obtained by interacting with MM Prabhakar through video conference from Gandhinagar.

Following the Koro epidemic, lockdown-4 is going on all over the country including Gujarat. The lockdown is set to end on May 31. On the one hand, Union Home Minister Amit Shah is discussing Lockdown-5 with the state chief ministers and seeking their suggestions.



However, Chief Minister Rupani today said that some people in the state are spreading rumors that Lockdown-5 will be implemented from June 1 and everything will be shut down again. These things are totally false and nothing more than rumors. The Gujarat government has not taken any decision to withdraw any of the earlier concessions. The Chief Minister has also made it clear that in these circumstances, citizens should stay away from such false rumors and trust the government. He added that the state government would take a decision after the central government takes a decision on the lockdown.

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Notably, no decision has yet been made on whether Lockdown-5 will be implemented. As well as the lockdown issue will be announced later after discussions with the Chief Ministers by the Central Government. The state government will take a decision after the announcement.
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GSEB SSC RESULT 2020/ GSEB 10TH RESULT 2020/ SSC RESULT ONLINE/GSEB SSC RESULT DATE 2020


There are approximately 2,000 students at Caltech, and the primary campus in Pasadena, near Los Angeles, covers 124 acres. Almost all undergraduates live on campus.
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GSEB always Provide SSC Result By Name wise  2020 SSC Result 2020, Seat nu. wise SSC Result.  You Can view Bried Detail For GSEB SSC Result 2020. Students Also Want To know his/her GSEB SSC Result 2020 Percintile Rank.





  • Exam body ::: Gujarat state Education Board GSEB
  • Exam name :: SSC Exam 2020/ class 10th Result 2020
  • Exam Date : 5 march 2020 to 17 march 2020
  • Aproximate Students :: 10.83 Lakh Students appear In SSC Exam 2020
  • Answer sheet Evaluation : Start from 19th march
  • Category :   GSEB SSC Result 2020
  • Result Date ::  SSC Exam Result coming soon. Probable in June 2020
  • Official Website For SSC Result 2020 :   www.gseb.org
2. Stanford University
Based in Palo Alto, right beside Silicon Valley, Stanford has had a prominent role in encouraging the region’s tech industry to develop.

Many faculty members, students and alumni have founded successful technology companies and start-ups, including Google, Snapchat and Hewlett-Packard.

In total, companies founded by Stanford alumni make $2.7 trillion (£2.2 trillion) each year.

4. Princeton University

Like Harvard, Princeton is a prestigious Ivy League university with a history stretching back more than 200 years.

Princeton’s distinctive social environment includes private “eating clubs”, which function as both social houses and dining halls. Many of the clubs are selective and competitive, but others simply require undergraduates to sign up.

Fewer than 8,000 students are enrolled at Princeton, and just over a quarter are international.

5. Harvard University

Harvard is probably the best-known university in the world, topping the Times Higher Education reputation rankings most years.

Founded in 1636, it is the oldest higher education institution in the US.

Approximately 20,000 students are enrolled, a quarter of whom are international. Although the cost of tuition is expensive, Harvard’s financial endowment allows for plenty of financial aid for students.



  • Harvard University
  • Stanford University California
  • Yale University Connecticut
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology Massachusetts
  • Princeton University
  • University of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
  • Brown University Rhode Island
  • California Institute of Technology California
  • Duke University North Carolina
  • Dartmouth College New Hampshire
  • Cornell University New York
  • Pomona College California
  • University of California, Berkeley California
  • Columbia University New York
  • Georgetown University

How To Check GSEB SSC 2020

Gujarat SSC (class 10th) result releases at the login. Thus, to check it students need to follow certain steps as given below.
  • 1st Step- Firstly, click on the link of the GSEB SSC result  2020 available on this page. Or visit its official website. 
  • 2nd Step- As you click on the link a new window opens on your screen.
  • 3rd Step- Here you need to login by entering your 7 digit seat number in the space provided.
  • 4th Step- After this click on the submit button.
  • 5th Step- Now, your GSEB SSC Result 2020 will appear on the screen.
  • 6th Step- Check your result carefully and download it for future reference
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Thursday, May 28, 2020

Will the nationwide lockdown be extended after May 31? What a big announcement made by Amit Shah's Home Ministry

Will the nationwide lockdown be extended after May 31? What a big announcement made by Amit Shah's Home Ministry
New Delhi: The fourth phase of lockdown in the country is nearing completion due to an outbreak of the corona virus.  As the fourth phase of the lockdown draws to a close on May 31, the countrymen are eager to know whether the lockdown will continue or not.

 As the number of corona cases continues to rise in the country, some states are opting to extend the lockdown, while reports are circulating that the central government is preparing for the fifth phase of the lockdown.  The report claims that Prime Minister Narendra Modi may announce the fifth phase of the lockdown on May 31 on his radio program 'Mann Ki Baat'.
 It was also claimed that the Home Ministry had prepared for the fifth phase of the lockdown.  Reports were also published on what exemptions the Home Ministry would give.

 However, a spokesperson for Amit Shah's home ministry termed the reports as speculation.  The Home Ministry has clarified that these allegations are just speculation and are completely baseless.  The spokesperson tweeted that it was not appropriate to link the talk of prolonging the lockdown with the Home Ministry as the outline of the lockdown was decided by the National Disaster Management Authority and not the Home Ministry.
 The lockdown was announced for the first time in the country on March 25 to prevent the spread of Corona virus.  The nationwide lockdown limit has since been increased three times.  The lockdown, announced on March 25, was 21 days long and lasted until April 12.  The second lockdown was announced on May 3, the third on May 18 and the fourth on May 31.
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