MUGHALS WERE LOOTERS, NOT OUR ANCESTORS SAYS UP DEPUTY CHIEF MINISTER Current Affairs 

MUGHALS WERE LOOTERS, NOT OUR ANCESTORS: SAYS UP DEPUTY CHIEF MINISTER

JAUNPUR:  Mughal emperors were not our ancestors but looters and the Uttar Pradesh government would change the syllabus accordingly to reflect this, said Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma today. The minister, however, made an exception for the last Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar who he said was a “good ruler” as he had supported Mangal Pandey during the 1857 struggle for… Read More
Use of pellet firing shotguns should be banned immediately in J&K Amnesty International to government Current Affairs 

Use of pellet firing shotguns should be banned immediately in J&K: Amnesty International to government

SRINAGAR: Amnesty International India demanded that use of pellet-firing shotguns, which have been responsible for blinding, killing and traumatizing hundreds of people in Kashmir by the government forces, should be banned immediately. The rights organization released a report on Wednesday in Srinagar, ‘Loosing Sight in Kashmir: The impact of pellet firing shotgun’. The report documents cases of 88 people whose… Read More
WhatsApp testing unsend feature that allow users delete sent messages Current Affairs 

WhatsApp testing unsend feature that allow users delete sent messages

WhatsApp could soon allow users to recall messages. If you mistakenly send a message to someone on WhatsApp next time, just chill because the popular messaging app’s much anticipated “unsend” or ‘delete for everyone’ feature is rolling out soon to all users. According to WABetaInfo, a fan site that tests new WhatsApp features, the messaging app is finally testing the… Read More
MP school students to answer roll call with ‘Jai Hind’ not ‘Present Sir’ Current Affairs 

MP school students to answer roll call with ‘Jai Hind’ not ‘Present Sir’

Bhopal: Shivraj Singh Chouhan government in Madya Pradesh will make Jai Hind mandatory for all students from November 1 to mark their attendance. This order came after compulsory flag hoisting introduced in Madhya Pradesh schools in January 2017. Satna will be the first district where this practice will be introduced from October 1 — a month before implementing the same… Read More