Day: September 21, 2020

Rajasthan High Court Jobs Recruitment 2020 – Clerk & more 1760 Posts

Rajasthan High Court Jobs Recruitment Notification 2020.Rajasthan High Court inviting applications for the positions of Clerk, JA, JJA.Interested and Eligible candidates can apply for the positions. Last Date for Submission of Application is on November 01st, 2020.Post and Vacancies:Clerk, JA, JJA – 1760 Posts Educational Qualifications:Candidates should have Graduation, BE/B.Tech/MBA/PGDM/PG or equivalent from recognized Board/University/Institution.For

Schools reopening news: All classes in this state will start simultaneously

While the coronavirus pandemic continues to trouble the country, normalcy has started to return despite a record number of cases being reported every day. As the Unlock 4.0 guidelines issued by the government also suggest school college reopening cautiously from Monday (September 21), several states are gearing up to reopen the schools from Class IX-XII. The Tamil

How Google Maps is positioned to become the next big content platform

For long, Google Maps has been the go-to app to find one’s location, look for directions or even read reviews before visiting a place. It is an essential tool today for its more than one billion monthly active users. But have you ever wondered about its potential to become the next big content platform? Yes, it’s possible.

NASA releases photos of Jupiter, reveals mind-blowing observations

NASA’s Hubble telescope is known to capture some of the spectacular occurrences in the space and this time as well, it has captured dazzling images of gigantic Jupiter along with its tiny moon Europa. The telescopic images that NASA recently released were of the monster planet when it was 406 million miles away from the

Tata group’s low cost Covid-19 test ‘Feluda’ gets govt nod for launch

The Tata group on Saturday received approval for the commercial launch of India’s first CRISPR (Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats) Covid-19 test, ‘Feluda’, by the Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI). This test uses an indigenously developed, cutting-edge CRISPR technology for detection of the genomic sequence of SARS-CoV-2 virus, said the Council of Scientific

Government doesn’t want you to download these apps

Government of India in an advisory shared on Twitter is asking citizens to not download Oximeter apps on their mobile from unknown URLs. Claiming to check oxygen levels in the body, these fake apps could steal a user’s personal data like contacts and photographs stored on their mobile phone. These apps may also steal away

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