'Virgin Means Unmarried Girl': Bihar Minister 'Clarifies' On Bizarre Form

‘Virgin Means Unmarried Girl’: Bihar Minister ‘Clarifies’ On Bizarre Form

‘Virgin Means Unmarried Girl’: Bihar Minister ‘Clarifies’ On Bizarre Form

Patna: A blank is a single girl, said Bihar Health Minister Mangal Pandey in a strange comment that justified a form of government that the hospital requires doctors and other staff members to declare their virginity or the Number of times they were married.

“I looked for” virgin “in the dictionary.This means kanya, Kunwari (daughter, single) Punya Bhumi … I do not see anything wrong with it,” said M. Pandey Thursday.

He responded to the inexplicable form of “marital notification”, transmitted to the Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Patna, which seems to cross the professional line.

Recruits were asked to declare that they are single or widowed or blank, if they are married and have only one “living woman” or if they have more than one wife. Women must state whether they are married to a person with a woman or a woman.

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The recruits to the IGIMS Patna were asked to declare if they were single or widowed or blank.

Working on social networks, the Minister has instructed the health department to replace “virgin” with “single” in the form.

Earlier I had said the same form was used by major AIIMS hospitals in Delhi. “It was a 34-year rule for medical staff to file the statement,” he told reporters.
Manish Mandal, the hospital’s medical director, said: “The rules are made by the government and the constitution. If they change their password, we will also do it.”

The statement of virginity, he said, was about the marital status of a person and the parents.

“Virgin has nothing to do with virginity, but marital status. If a person joins and dies, what would the applicant be?” Perhaps, he acknowledged, respondents “should have asked whether they were married or not … that they would have been sober.”

The comments were ridiculed in the tweets that have assumed that the word actually meant the intention of its use was “unique” and not “virgin”.

“It’s embarrassing for us to say anything,” a health official told the IANS news agency.

Live Cricket Score, India vs Sri Lanka 2nd Test, Day 1: KL Rahul Hits Fifty On Return

Live Cricket Score, India vs Sri Lanka 2nd Test, Day 1: KL Rahul Hits Fifty On Return

Live Cricket Score, India vs Sri Lanka 2nd Test, Day 1: KL Rahul Hits Fifty On Return

Indian skipper Virat Kohli would not want to make too many changes in the game of eleven after winning the first convincing match against Sri Lanka.

KL Rahul is ready to make a comeback in the eleven game instead of Abhinav Mukund while the rest of the team is likely to remain the same.

Cheteshwar Pujara will play his 50th test match and India will try to get the early lead on the first day of the second test match with the hosts really struggling to get their team combination.

For India, the two new pitchers worked well in the final round and spinners coming to the party in the second possibility of the Galle Test, visitors almost all bases covered.

24:40 IST: Welcome back! KL Rahul and Cheteshwar Pujara are moving towards the center. Rangana Herath launches the second session.
24:01 IST: It’s a LUNCH in Colombo. India 101/1 in 28 overs.

11:28 IST: Cheteshwar Pujara struck this powerful, but the ball hit the Kusal Menis helmet in front of the short leg. Pujara checks if the player is good.

11:23 IST: FOUR! KL Rahul Rangana Herath sends to the middle window deep for a limit. India 90/1 in 19 overs.

11:19 IST: FOUR! KL Rahul will be back-up and hitting the ball to the mid-deep cleat. A shot of the law. India 84/1 in 18 overs.

11:12 IST: FOUR! Excellent KL Rahul shot. The right-hander for the track and sent the ball to the deep extra cover for a limit. India 74/1 at 15.2 overs.

11:10 AM IST: FOUR! Cheteshwar Pujara down the court and crushes the ball over a limit. India 70/1 at 14.5 overs.

11:08 IST: Cheteshwar Pujara plays instead of the window. There will be 2 races.
10:51 PM IST: Cheteshwar Pujara is the new Batman in the fold. This is his 50th test match.

10:48 IST: WICKET! A strong attractive BPN Dilruwan Perera. The referee is not interested. Sri Lanka has requested a review. It is line of passage, and that is outside. Shikhar Dhawan share 35 races. India lost its first shutter. India 56/1 in 10.1 overs.

10:40 IST: A great attraction BPN Dimuth Karunaratne. The referee stopped working. I waited! Rahul asked about the criticism. And it is not outside. The referee must reverse his decision. India 52/0 in 9.1 off.

10:37 IST: FOUR! KL Rahul used the ball and sent it to the right leg. Nuwan Pradeep is not happy with this one. India 52/0 in 8.4 off.

10:36 IST: FOUR! Shikhar Dhawan led Nuwan Pradeep to the deep extra cover. India 47/0 in 8.3 off.

10:26 IST: FOUR! India now occupies borders. Shikhar Dhawan takes a long step and pushes the ball through the covers. Left-handed beautiful shot. India 36/0 in 6.3 off.

10:25 IST: FOUR! KL Rahul stuns the middle stop holder and got another border. A great use of law adjustment. India 32/6 off.

On his last day in office as President, Pranab Mukherjee got this letter from PM Modi

On his last day in office as President, Pranab Mukherjee got this letter from PM Modi

On his last day in office as President, Pranab Mukherjee got this letter from PM Modi

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi called former president Pranab Mukherjee, a “paternal figure” + before, but Mukherjee’s last day as president, sent him a letter expressing his deep admiration that many more.

The prime minister said Mukherjee, who was more moved than the two “were able to work together with synergy” despite the different political ideologies that shaped them.

He spoke of Mukherjee’s “intellectual capacity” and his “profound approaches to issues” that have helped the government and him personally.

And Mukherjee was given the greatest compliment for a politician, when he said that the former president +, “politics was a simple way to return society disinterestedly” by placing the “welfare being of the nation above all else.”

Mukherjee, who said these words “touched” his “heart”, shared the letter of PM Modi in his letter on Twitter.

Your phone call asking me “I hope you take care of your health” was enough to fill you with fresh energy after a long day of meetings or during a field trip, “wrote PM .

He spoke of “wisdom, guidance and personal warmth” Mukherjee as a beacon of light that inspires confidence and strength.

These characteristics, combined with the “strength of intelligence” of the former president through his “knowledge bank” on a wide range of topics, which led quality Mukherjee PM was the most admired, it seems.

This quality? The spirit of bipartisanship Mukherjee, who helped to give seriousness to constitutional responsibilities not political but crucial to be president.

“Pranab da, our political travels took shape in different political parties. Our ideologies have sometimes been different … However, such is the strength of their intelligence and wisdom that we could work with a synergy,” he said. Modi wrote.

PM has direct experience of this synergy. After all, Modi inherited Mukherjee in 2014, when he and the NDA led by the BJP won the Lower House elections.

Mukherjee, a veteran of the Congress Party, won the presidential election as a candidate for Congress and UPA, which have a very different ideology from the BJP.

But this ideological divide has never prevented the PM-president relationship.
For this, the member has lavished praise on Mukherjee in his letter.

“During his travel policy and his presidency, the welfare of the nation has been placed above everything else … you belong to a generation of leaders for whom politics was simply a way of giving back to society … India will always be proud of you, a president who was a humble public servant and an outstanding leader. “

D K Shivakumar: Congress' money and muscle man

D K Shivakumar: Congress’ money and muscle man

D K Shivakumar: Congress’ money and muscle man

BENGALURU: Karnataka Energy Minister Doddallahalli Kempegowda Shivakumar is wearing many hats. It is the money bag +, the human muscles, the mobilization of crowds and above all a reliable store for the high command of the Congress. In short, man to go for all things and all seasons.

Not surprisingly, given that 55 is the country’s second richest minister, with assets worth Rs 251 crore, according to a survey conducted by the Association for Democratic Reforms in 2016.

Popularly known as the “DK” in political circles, it has so many enemies as supporters. His critics are seniors mostly in the party – the main reason he lost the race for the position of KPCC President and was appointed head rather than the congressional campaign committee for the 2018 Assembly polls .

“He is relentless, he does not respect the elders and pushes his ideas on everything,” said a party official.

An ambitious man, self-made, Kumar has taken on the rungs of the political ladder. He admits tirelessly to be an aspiring Minister claiming in the same category that he will wait his time and let his old man complete his rounds first.

For now, his goal is to emerge as a leader in the Vokkaliga Karnataka Congress, filling the spot with his mentor and former Minister of State and Foreign Minister of the Union, SM Krishna, who recently joined BJP.

His biggest political opponents are former PM Prime Minister Deve Gowda and his son, the state chairman of JD (S), HD Kumaraswamy.

The reasons are mainly related to the fact that both belong to the same powerful political Vokkaliga community in the ancient region of Mysore. The two rush towards political and business support in the same urban district of Bangalore.

Both have a policy in the active family. Kumar’s brother, DK Suresh, is a member of the Bangalore Rural Premium and S Ravi is a MLC.

Coming from a Sathanur bourgeois family farm, 30 km from Bangalore, the initial matriculation Kumar was in the recognized national public school, which was asked to be out of class 8 does not meet the academic requirements.

In 1985 he was unsuccessfully contested against Gowda of the Sathanur district assembly and in 1989, he won the seat.

Kumar and controversy go hand in hand and he easily recognizes his entry despite the publication made.

In 2002, he was invited to a congressional official who takes into account the nomination papers signed by deputies for candidates Rajya Sabha from the party that used them to become the candidate himself.

Upon learning of this, Kumar, minister, rushed to Vidhana Soudha and took the officer by the collar before the chairman of election table and asked him to withdraw.

A true believer in numerology, the favorite number is six, which he says is ruled by the planet Venus and gets the energy.