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26 Nov 2021 | 12:06 pm

Mumbai, Nov 24 (UNI) Bollywood actor Sushmita Sen, known for her easy essays on difficult characters, is back as Aarya, in yet another season of the crime thriller that made her acting skills the talk of the town.

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NIA files charges against Nijjar for conspiracy to commit terrorist attacks25 Nov 2021 | 11:39 pm

New Delhi, Nov. 25 (UNI) National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed charges against Hardeep Singh Nijjar in connection with alleged conspiracy to carry out terrorist attacks, the agency said Thursday.

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PM to attend two events on the occasion of Constitution Day25 Nov 2021 | 11:34 pm

New Delhi, November 25 (UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi will participate in two events to mark Constitution Day on November 26. The day commemorates the adoption of the Constitution in the country.
The Constituent Assembly of India had adopted the Constitution on November 26, 1949, and it came into force on January 26, 1950.

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New Delhi, Nov. 25 (UNI) Assam’s chief minister, Himanta Biswa Sarma, said on Thursday that he and his Mizoram counterpart Zoramthanga would meet Union Home Affairs Minister Amit Shah on Friday.

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New Delhi, Nov. 25 (UNI) Warning of the emergence of a new COVID-19 variant discovered abroad, the Union Ministry of Health has asked all states and union territories to strictly enforce all international travelers arriving in India. to screen and test, especially from the countries where the latest variant is reported.

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European energy prices rise as colder weather to boost demand

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Energy prices in Europe rose Monday after weather forecasts showed colder temperatures for the next two weeks, boosting demand for heating.

Benchmark Dutch natural gas for next month climbed a whopping 9.7%, German month-ahead power rose 11% and carbon futures jumped to a record. Widespread below-average temperatures are expected in most of Europe for the next two weeks, according to Maxar Technologies LLC, with the lowest levels expected in the Nordic region.

As winter approaches, energy markets will become increasingly sensitive to expected consumption at lower temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere. European gas prices have been under pressure since demand recovered in the summer and new supplies have dried up, with more liquefied natural gas going to Asia and Russia and focusing on filling its own storage sites.

  • Temperature forecast for the next two weeks in Northwestern Europe:

“Given how tight the gas balance currently looks, any significant cold spell below the seasonal average would push forecasts for end-of-season gas supplies to critical levels, pushing prices up,” said Stefan Ulrich, a gas analyst at BloombergNEF. “If the winter proves to be particularly cold, we cannot rule out further extraordinary measures to calm the gas market and by extension the energy markets.”

A bitterly cold gust of wind, which came over from the Arctic over the weekend and was still felt Monday, is expected to abate during the week. The chill is pushing short-term electricity prices in Germany and France to near record levels. Carbon for December delivery jumped to a record $75.74 on Ice Endex.

Benchmark Dutch gas for next month climbed a whopping 96.25 euros ($105.34) per megawatt hour on ICE Endex in Amsterdam. A series of power cuts in Norway will curb supplies.

According to network operator Gassco AS, gas production at the Sleipner field in Norway was stopped on Sunday due to corrective maintenance until Tuesday. Production in Visund, another field in Norway, will be shut down on Wednesday for annual maintenance.

In addition, gas storage locations in Europe are quickly exhausted. Stores are 64% full, well below the 10-year average of 86% for this time of year.

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Restaurant grateful SA remains on alert level 1 for the time being

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This comes amid an looming fourth wave and the detection of the novel coronavirus variant Omicron.

CAPE TOWN – The restaurant industry said it was grateful that South Africa remains on alert level 1 for now.

This comes amid an looming fourth wave and the detection of a new coronavirus variant, Omicron.

This sector was hit hard during the hard lockdown.

“We are definitely going to reiterate that it is time for the government to change its dialogue about COVID-19 and the waves that will continue to hit us as we evolve through the pandemic. What we definitely need to do is ensure that the healthcare system is sorted, to ensure hospital beds are available and that we are doing everything we can to limit further economic disasters,” said the Restaurant Association of South Africa’s Wendy Alberts.

Alberts said the industry couldn’t afford to knock again.

“As an industry, we have felt hardship at every level, and we really need to make sure that we work hand in hand with the government so as not to get announcements that will cause further damage to the industry. We simply cannot afford to shut down the industry under all circumstances and we will focus firmly on working with the government to limit further economic destruction of the industry,” said Alberts.

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Over 1.3 Lakh Shortlisted Candidates for Tier-2 & 3, Check Cutoff Category by Category (Download PDF)

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Over 1.3 Lakh Shortlisted Candidates for Tier-2 & 3, Check Cutoff Category by Category (Download PDF)

SSC CGL 2020-21 Tier-1 Result Analysis: Get the detailed analysis of SSC CGL Tier-1 2020-21 results and cut-off marks for different posts in different categories.

SSC CGL 2020-21 Tier-1 Result Analysis: SSC has announced the results of the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Tier-1 2020-21 Exam held from 13e August to 24e August 2021 in online mode. Staff Selection Commission is conducting SSC CGL exam this year for the recruitment of: 7035 Vacancies under Group “B” and Group “C” Functions – Inspector/Sub-Inspector, Auditor, Accountant/Junior Accountant, Senior Secretariat Assistant/Upper Division Clerks, Tax Assistant, Upper Division Clerk (UDC), Assistant Section Officer, Junior Statistical Officer , and so forth.

SSC CGL 2020-21 Tier-1 Boundary Markers

Based on grades obtained in Tier-I exam, candidates have been shortlisted, by category, to appear in Tier-II and Tier-III exams. Separate limits have been set for the positions of Assistant Audit Officer and Assistant Accounts Officer (List-1), Junior Statistical Officer (JSO) (List-2) and all other positions (List-3).

As the Tier-I computer-based exam was conducted in multiple shifts, the marks scored by the candidates have been normalized according to the formula published by the Commission on its website on 07/02/2019. Such an normalized characters have been used to qualify candidates for the subsequent stages of the exam (i.e. Tier-II and Tier-III).

Check SSC CGL Messages, Salary, Job Profile and Promotion Policy:

Check Intelligence Bureau ASO Job Profile, Salary Scale & Promotions

Check ASO Central Secretariat Service (CSS) Job Profile, Salary, Promotion & Placement Details

Check SSC Junior Statistical Officer (JSO): Job Profile, Salary Scale & Promotions

Check CBI Sub Inspector Job Profile, Salary Scale, Training & Promotions

Check National Investigation Agency (NIA) Sub-Inspector Job Profile, Salary Scale & Promotions

Check Central Bureau of Narcotics Inspector & SI Job Profile, Salary Scale, Training & Promotions

Check SSC CGL Tax Assistant CBIC & CBDT Minimum Age / Salary / Job Profile / Promotion

Check SSC CGL Assistant Section Officer (ASO) in Railways Job Profile, Salary Scale & Promotion

Check Post Inspector eligibility, job profile salary, promotion and placement details

Let’s take a look at the category-by-category details of candidates who have provisionally qualified for Tier-2 & 3 and the limits applied for each category in the tables below:

SSC CGL 2020-21 Result: Candidates Qualified in Tier-I for entry into Tier-II (Paper-I and Paper-II) & Tier-III

*In addition to the UR candidates shown above, 3275-SC, 1014-ST, 19684-OBC, 7446-EWS, 93-ESM, 138-OH, 10-HH, 67-VH and 4-Others PwD candidates qualifying at UR Cut-off are listed under their respective categories.

SSC CGL 2020-21 Result: Candidates Qualified in Tier-I for entry into Tier-II [Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-IV (General Studies (Finance & Accounts))] & Level III

*In addition to the UR candidates shown above, 42-SC, 15-ST, 779-OBC, 503-EWS, 2-OH, and 1-HH candidates eligible for the UR cut-off are listed under their respective categories.

SSC CGL 2020-21 Result: Candidates Qualified in Tier-I for entry into Tier-II [Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-III (Statistics)]

*In addition to the UR candidates shown above, 182-SC, 48-ST, 2119-OBC, 1183-EWS, and 9-OH candidates eligible for UR Cut-off are listed under their respective categories.

Note: Only those candidates are eligible for List-2 who applied for the position of JSO in their online application forms.

Also read: Common Eligibility Test (CET) by National Recruitment Agency (NRA) for SSC/Railways RRB/IBPS Bank 2021 Exams

How to Check SSC CGL Tier-1 2020-21 Result?

Qualified/unqualified candidates tags and final answer keys along with the question paper(s) in a standard format are hosted on 3rd December 2021 on the Commission’s website – https://ssc.nic.in. Candidates can check their grades from 3rd Dec 2021 to 24e December 2021 by using his/her registration number/role number and registered password.

SSC CGL 2020-21 Tier-2 & Tier-3 Exam Dates and Admission Card

The Combined Graduate Level (Tier-II and Tier-III) exam, 2020 is tentatively scheduled from 28e January 2022 to 29e January 2022 and 6e February 2022 respectively, subject to applicable government terms and guidelines issued from time to time with a view to addressing the Covid-19 pandemic. The admission slips of the qualified candidates will be uploaded on the websites of the respective regional offices approximately 03 – 07 days before the Tier II exam is administered.

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