Four policemen Killed while Patrolling in IED explosive Jan 7 2018 12:51 PM | Jammu and Kashmir: Four policemen from Indian Reserve Police-3rd battalion on patrol duty were killed on Saturday in an improvised IED explosive device blast by militants in a market in Sopore township of J&K.
MoRTH issues an advisory to the transport authorities of the states to accept DL, RC or other documents in electronic form presented through 'DigiLocker' or 'mParivahan' platform.@nitin_gadkari @mansukhmandviya @narendramodi @PIB_India @PMOIndia @transform_ind— MORTHINDIA (@MORTHIndia) August 9, 2018
Vivo Chinese smartphone maker announced a three-day Independence day sale begins on August and will go on till August 9. The company offers a huge discount on his latest Smartphone Vivo Nex at just Rs.1947 original price of Vivo Nex is Rs.44,900 ahead of India's 72nd Independence Day celebrations. During the three-day Vivo Independence Day sale, buyers will be able to get up to Rs. 4,000 cash back on select smartphones on all credit and debit card transactions. Moreover, Vivo is also offering a 12-month zero-cost EMI offer on all Vivo handsets along with free Bluetooth earphones worth Rs. 1,200 on the purchase of the Vivo NEX, X21, and V9 smartphones. Buyers can also look for the Vivo headphone is also available in just Rs.72 during a flash sale.
The Vivo Nex and Vivo V9 will be available during a flash sale for just Rs. 1947 between August 7 to August 9 at 12 noon:
Step 1: Sign up for shop.vivo.com/in one hour before the sale
Step 2: Login 10 minutes before the sale starts
Step 3: Enter your address details in the ‘My Address’ section before the sale
Step 4: Keep refreshing the sale page to be ahead of the queue
Step 5: Once the sale is live, click on ‘Buy Now’ option
Step 6: Quickly click on the ‘Place Order’ option after selecting the delivery address
Step 7: Choose any payment option. (COD or Credit Card/Debit Card/Net Banking)
A food special train, carrying about 2000 food packets, prepared in Base Kitchen, Mumbai Central was run from Mumbai Central to Naigaon for the passengers of stranded trains due to water logging at Nallasopara pic.twitter.com/1ju3G3N1QH— Western Railway (@WesternRly) July 10, 2018
Passengers of 12928 Vadodara Express were rescued by the team of NDRF & RPF from the train which was stuck between Nallasopara & Virar. Buses arranged for them at Nallasopara to bring them to Naigaon pic.twitter.com/ga6EB7p7Ye— Western Railway (@WesternRly) July 10, 2018