The winner of the second prize will receive an amount of Rs 10 lakh while the winner of the third prize will win Rs 1 lakh.
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The results of Karunya Plus KN-396 lottery will be announced by Kerala State Lottery Department today, November 25, at 3:00 PM. While the live results for the draw will be available at 3pm, the results will also be announced at 4pm on the official website of the Kerala State Lottery Department.
The result can be checked on the official website at https://www.keralalotteryresult.net/.
The first prize winner of Karunya Plus KN-396 lottery will receive an amount of Rs 80 lakh. The winner of the second prize will receive an amount of Rs 10 lakh while the winner of the third prize will win Rs 1 lakh. There are also fourth and fifth place prizes with the winners receiving Rs 5,000 and Rs 1,000 respectively.
The drawing of the Karunya Plus KN-396 lottery will be held at the Gorky Bhavan in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, under the supervision of two independent judges.
The results of the Karunya Plus KN-396 lottery will also be published in the Kerala Government Gazette. The winning cardholders are expected to thoroughly check and verify their lottery number with the results reported in the Official Gazette.
Once the result is checked, the winning lottery holders are required to present their winning lottery ticket along with their ID at the Kerala Lottery Office in Thiruvananthapuram. The document verification process must be completed within 30 days of the declaration of result, otherwise the Karunya Plus KN-396 lottery prize money cannot be claimed.
However, those who win an amount that is more than Rs 5,000 have to go through the verification process at the lottery office.
The Kerala State Lottery Department was established in 1967 by the Government of Kerala where seven weekly lotteries are run by the department. Bumper raffles such as Christmas Bumper, Monsoon Bumper, Summer Bumper, Vishnu Bumper, Pooja Bumper and Thiruvonam Bumper are also organized by the state lottery department.
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After the stormy weekend, there can be no doubt that winter is coming.
Storm Arwen swept across the UK with devastating effects, including the death of a primary school principal after a tree fell on his car in County Antrim.
While Northern Ireland has managed to escape much of the snow that has covered other parts of the UK, many are hoping for a calmer week this week.
But luckily there are higher temperatures and a calmer week ahead.
The Met Office says:
Today, Monday 29 November, will be a cloudy and dull day with occasional light rain and drizzle, the best of any drier spell through Fermanagh. Milder than lately and sometimes refreshing winds. Maximum temperature 10C.
Tonight it will be cloudy with clear spells of rain and drizzle. Much of this will be light and patchy with some drier periods. A mild and frost-free night. Windy. Minimum temperature 7C.
Tomorrow, Tuesday 30 November, it will be cloudy with occasional rain showers, heavy and persistent. In the evening drier and clearer with occasional showers. Windy. Maximum temperature 10C.
Beginning of December towards the end of the week it will be clear and windy with showers on Wednesday becoming wintery.
Mostly clear and fresh on Thursday, but later rain and sleet. Friday clear with showers.
More details are emerging about England’s new Covid Plan B rules to fight the Omicron variant of the virus – with banks, post offices, shops, public transport and hairdressers all having mandatory face coverings from Tuesday
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Edward Argar says masks in pubs are ‘not required by law’
Face masks will be required by law from tomorrow in UK hairdressers, banks and post offices, but not in pubs or restaurants.
Overnight, more details have emerged about the mask mandate to fight the Omicron Covid variant – with violators expected to be fined £200.
Under the previous fine rules, repeat offenders saw their fines double each time – up to a maximum of £6,400.
Boris Johnson announced on Saturday that face coverings will be mandatory again in shops and on public transport.
Last night, Downing Street confirmed that the list of locations – to be published in full later in the day – would also include hairdressers, banks and post offices. Exemptions include medical reasons and children.
But with Health Minister Sajid Javid making a statement to Parliament at 3:30 p.m. today, ministers had to defend the decision not to enforce face coverings in pubs or restaurants, even crowded cafes.
Mouth caps are mandatory in shops and in public transport (
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Health Minister Edward Argar said people standing at the bar are often only there for a short time, then “on the way back to their table, where they sit down, have a drink.”
Mr Argar insisted: “It’s about striking a balance,” he added: “It’s the nature of the venue. In a pub you drink. You can’t do that when you’re wearing a mask.”
However, government guidelines advise people to wear masks in crowded indoor areas and do a lateral flow test before interacting with other people. Mr Argar said: “We don’t mandate it by law, but people will make their own judgment.”
Restrictions are being tightened this week after three cases of the Omicron variant were found in England and six in Scotland.
Mr Argar told Sky News: “I will be honest with you and your viewers, I would expect this to rise.
A woman has her hair styled at a hairdresser earlier this year (file photo) (
“We don’t know at what speed or at what numbers, so that’s why we’re trying to slow it down, but obviously we can’t stop it.”
But Argar also claimed he was “looking forward to a Christmas party with family and friends”.
Asked if the government might tighten the rules even further over the next three weeks, Mr Argar said: “It’s not something I’m looking forward to.”
Teachers and students in grades 7 and above are now “strongly advised” to wear masks in common areas outside classrooms in England.
Ten countries have been added to England’s red list, forcing all arrivals to be in hotel quarantine. They are Angola, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Starting at 4am tomorrow, all travelers to the UK will be required to take a paid PCR test on or before day two after their arrival and isolate until the result is negative.
Meanwhile, Covid booster shots appear to be expanding to all over 18s in the UK, now from over 40s. And the minimum six-month gap between the second and third dose could be narrowed.
Health Minister Edward Argar said he hadn’t seen any formal advice from the JCVI yet, but “hopefully it will come later today.” He added: “We expect that within the next few hours.”
All contacts of suspected Omicron cases will also need to self-isolate for 10 days whether or not they have been fully vaccinated.
Deputy Labor leader Angela Rayner pushed for action against £96.35 a week statutory sick pay, which has still not received a raise despite the end of the leave scheme.
She told BBC Breakfast: “If people need to self-isolate or get sick, they need to get sick pay, it’s one of the most crucial things we can do to make sure everyone can do the right thing and protect people from these new ones. variant.
“The booster shot should be given as soon as possible, we said five months, hopefully that happens now, and there should be ventilation in schools.
“People should wear masks, including the Prime Minister when he visits public areas indoors.”