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Section 126 of the Representation of the People Act, 1951, prohibits displaying any election matter by means, inter alia, of television or similar apparatus, during the period of ______before the hour fixed for conclusion of poll in a constituency. A. 1 month B. 1 week C. 24 Hrs D. 48 hours
Section 126A of the R.P. Act 1951, prohibits conduct of Exit polls A. Till the hour polls conclude B. From 1 month Before elections C. Since the announcement of schedule of polls D. None Using powers under the Representation of People Act, 1951, EC bans exit polls from the time the poll begins till half-an-hour after the polling ends
Which of the followingguidelines issued by Press Council of Indiato follow for observance during the election: 1. Election campaign along communal or caste lines is banned under the election rules. Hence, the Press should eschew reports, which tend to promote feelings of enmity or hatred between people on the ground of religion, race, caste, community or language 2. The Press is not expected to indulge in canvassing of a particular candidate/party. If it does, it shall allow the right of reply to the other candidate/party. 3. The Press shall not accept/publish any advertisement at the cost of public exchequer regarding achievements of a party/ government in power. (A) Only 1 & 2 (B) Only 2 (C) All (D) None
The Defence Ministry has announced the appointment of Vice Admiral _______as the next Navy chief. A. Bimal verma B. Karambir singh C. V S Dhanoa D. None
1. Pakistan National Day is celebrated on 23 March in recognition of the passage of the Lahore Declaration on that day in 1946. 2. Pakistan has also erected a monumentǮMinar-e-Pakistanǯat Lahore to commemorate the famous resolution. Choose correct (A)Only 1 (B)Only 2 (C) Both (D)None
Ministry of Defence INS Kadmatt at Langkawi, Malaysia to Participate in LIMA-19
IndianNavy’s froŶtliŶe A“W corvette,INS Kadmattarrived at Langkawi, Malaysia on a seven days official visit on Monday 25 Mar 19. th The ship is scheduled to participate in the15 edition of Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition, LIMA-19 during the visit. Vice Admiral Karambir Singh, PVSM, AVSM, ADC, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Eastern Naval Command would also be attending various engagements as part of LIMA 19 as head of Indian Navy Delegation The ship would be participating in numerous activities planned as part of LIMA 19 during the seven days at Langkawi, including the International Fleet Review (IFR) by the Prime Minister of Malaysia, maritime and air demonstration, Sea Exercises with 29 other participating navies, cultural exchange programmes, cross visits to ships, sporting events. Numerous seminars and interactions are also planned on the side lines of the main event. INS Kadmatt (P 29) is an indigenous stealth anti-submarine warfare corvette and was commissioned into the Indian Navy in January 2016. The ship is fitted with state of the art weapons, sensors and machinery and is also designed to embark the Seaking anti-submarine helicopter. Malaysia and India are maritime neighbours and the two navies continue to interact closely on issues related to training and exchange best practices during visits by ships from both sides. As part of such friendly engagements, Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) Ship KD Jebat, a frigate underwent the Operational Sea Training by Flag Officer Sea Training FOST at Kochi in October 2018 and RMN KD Lekir had participated in the IFR held off Visakhapatnam in February 2016.
Ministry of Human Resource Development No directive to restrict choice of subjects for research; Government believes in the principle of freedom in research Posted On: 25 MAR 2019 5:33PM by PIB Delhi The Ministry of Human Resource Development has not issued any directive to restrict choice of subjects for research, as has been reported in a section of media since the Government believes in the principle of freedom in research. Last year, there was a meeting of Vice Chancellors of 11 Central Universities, which were lacking in research. In the said meeting they presented a road map to improve research and also discussed the issue of more research on issues relating to national priorities. The minutes of the meeting were recorded. The Government has given impetus to improve and expand research facilities. TheGovernment has provided Rs 480 crore for Social Science Research Project under Impactful Policy Research in Social Sciences (IMPRESS); Rs 225 Crore for research in basic sciences; Rs 1000 crore under Impacting Research, Innovation and Technology (IMPRINT) for technology related research; Rs 450 crore underSTRIDEfor research in Humanities; and Rs 480 crore under Scheme for Promotion of Academic and Research Collaboration (SPARC) for joint research with foreign universities in any discipline.
Ministry of Defence Exercise Al NagahIII 2019 Validation and Closing Ceremony
The third edition of joint military training exercise between Indian Army and Royal Oman Army,Exercise AL NAGAH 2019 concluded at Jabel AI Akhdar training camp, Oman on 25 March 2019. Closing ceremony witnessed final validation by observer delegation group of both the nations. Indian side was represented by HE Mr Munu Mahawar, Indian Ambassador to Oman and Major General A K Samantara. Royal Oman Army was represented by Major General Matar Bin Salim Bin Rashid Al Balushi and many senior officials. Contingent commanders of both the contingent briefed the delegation on the progress of the exercise. The two-week long exercise had commenced on 12 March 2019. 60 Soldiers of Indian Army took part in the exercise along with similar strength of pers from Royal Army of Oman. Both sides jointly planned and executed a series of well-developed tactical operations based on scenarios that are likely to be encountered in semi-urban and mountainous terrain. Commanders at various levels from both sides were exercised to work in close coordination to receive and collate information, jointly plan operations and issue suitable order to respective components. Subject experts from both the contingents also held in-depth discussions on various facets of counter insurgency and counter terrorist operations. Exercise AL NAGAH will go a long way in further cementing relationship between the nations and will act as a catalyst in bringing synergy and cooperation while undertaking such operations under the United Nations mandate.
Ministry of Defence Induction of Chinook Helicopters in Indian Air Force
On 25 March 2019, theIAF formally inducted the CH 47 F(I)- Chinook heavy lift helicoptersinto its inventory at Air Force Station Chandigarh. Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa PVSM AVSM YSM VM ADC, Chief of the Air Staff was the Chief guest and the event was attended by various dignitaries. IAF had signed a contract with M/s Boeing Ltd in September 2015 for 15 Chinook helicopters. The first batch of four helicopters has been delivered on schedule and the last batch is to be delivered by March next year. These helicopters will be deployed in the Northern and Eastern regions of India. The addition of heavy-lift CH 47 F(I) helicopter is a significant step towards modernisation of Indian Air Forces helicopter fleet. The helicopter has been customized to suit IAFs future requirements and capability roadmap. The helicopter has afully integrated digital cockpit management system,advanced cargo handlingcapabilities and electronic warfare suite that complement the aircrafts performance. The helicopter is capable of airlifting diverse military and non military loads into remote locations