Oneplus launched its latest smartphone Oneplus Nord 2T in Europe last month. Now by the end of June, the phone can debut in India. The tipster not only revealed the launch date of the phone, but also revealed the color options, memory variants and even the price. According to the reports, the phone will hit the market in July. Let’s know the price and features of Oneplus Nord 2T …
Oneplus Nord 2T Launch Date
According to industry sources from Passionategeekz, the OnePlus Nord 2T may launch in India later this month. It is expected to launch in the country on June 27. The device will come in two color options, namely Shadow Gray and Jade Fog.
Oneplus Nord 2T Price In India
As far as the memory configuration is concerned, it will be offered in 8GB + 128GB and 12GB + 256GB variants. The base model costs Rs 28,999, while the higher version will cost Rs 31,999. With the bank offers, customers will be able to avail benefits worth Rs 4,000 on both the variants. The handset is said to go on sale in July. It can come in the market between 3rd and 5th, july.
Oneplus Nord 2T Specifications
Oneplus Nord 2T is already available in other markets, so the features of the phone are in front. Oneplus Nord 2T will get 6.43-inch FHD+ 90Hz AMOLED display. It will run on Android 12 (OxygenOS 12.1). Talking about the camera, the OnePlus Nord 2T will get a 50MP (wide) + 8MP (ultra-wide) + 2MP (depth) triple camera system. There will be a 32MP selfie camera on the front side. Apart from this, the phone will get 4,500mAh battery and 80W fast charging support.
Uttrakhand, India: About 1000 people are reported to have died in a severe earthquake in Afghanistan. This earthquake was so strong that there was heavy destruction in many areas including Paktika province. Hundreds of people have been confirmed dead in Paktika and Khost areas. The tremors of this earthquake were felt till Pakistan.
A massive earthquake that struck Afghanistan and Pakistan on Wednesday morning has caused great devastation. An earthquake measuring 6.1 on the Richter scale is reported to have killed 1000 people in Afghanistan. And more than 600 people have been injured. The most affected areas have been Paktika and Khost. Many villages here have turned into ruins. In Pakistan too, there has been destruction in many areas adjacent to Afghanistan.
According to the report of the US Geological Survey, the epicenter of this earthquake was 44 km from the city of Khost in southeast Afghanistan.
Afghanistan’s news agency Bakhtar has reported this massive devastation. The agency said that rescuers have reached the area by helicopter. Taliban government deputy spokesman Bilal Karimi said, “There has been a severe earthquake in 4 districts in Paktika province. Hundreds of people have died in this and dozens of houses have been destroyed. We request all the aid agencies to send their teams to the area so that further destruction can be avoided.
Uttrakhand,India: This is good news for the candidates who wish to devote themselves in the service of the country. Indian Air Force (IAF) has released a major update related to the application for the recruitment of Agniveers under the Agnipath scheme. The Air Force has told that the applications for this recruitment will be in online form. For this, eligible and interested candidates will have to complete their registration by visiting the official website of Air Force careerindianairforce.cdac.in.
The process of application for recruitment under the Agneepath scheme in the Air Force will be started from Friday, June 24, 2022. At the same time, the last date for application will be fixed on July 5, 2022. Candidates should note that a huge number of applications are expected to come for this recruitment. So try to complete your application before the last date.
It has been announced to provide best facilities to the Agniveers selected for recruitment under the Agneepath scheme. Recently, the Air Force had issued the detail notification related to the facilities, service conditions etc. under the Agneepath scheme.
Joined the Air Force for four years.
Every year 30 days leave will be available.
Sick leave will also be available.
30 thousand salary every month.
Increment every year.
Risk, travel, dress and hardship allowance.
Canteen facility and medical facility.
10.04 lakh as service fund to Agniveers after four years.
Preference in jobs in Assam Rifles and CAPFs.
An amount of about one crore including insurance to the family on martyrdom.
Ex-gratia on disability and remaining job salary and service fund.
Uttrakhand,India: A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court against the Centre’s Agnipath scheme, alleging that the government has quashed the century-old selection process for the Armed forces which is contrary to the constitutional provisions and without having Parliamentary approval.
“Contrary to the constitutional provisions and without having approval in Parliament and without any Gazette notification, the respondent (Centre) quashed century-old army selection process and imposed impugned Agniveer-22 scheme in the country… and declared to start it from June 24,” advocate Manohar Lal Sharma said in his plea.
He also termed the scheme “illegal” and “unconstitutional” and sought a direction from the Court to quash the June 14 press note issued by the ministry of defence.
Russian Ukraine War: The fierce war in Ukraine for four months is having an adverse effect on the morale of the armies of both sides and in many places the soldiers are disobeying the orders of their officers or even revolting against them.
Britain’s Defense Ministry said this on Sunday. Meanwhile, the NATO chief said the war could continue for “years”.
Russia and Ukraine’s morale is rising
In a daily report on the war, Britain’s Defense Ministry said, “Fighters of both sides are involved in a fierce battle in the Donbass and their morale is expected to change.” It said, ‘It is feared that soldiers have also left the Ukrainian army in recent weeks.’ It said ‘Russia’s morale is likely to suffer more.’
War can continue for years
In an interview published on Sunday in Germany’s weekly magazine Bild am Sonntag, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that no one knows how long the war could last, “We have to be prepared for it to continue for years.” He urged allies not to cut back on aid to Ukraine, despite the high cost. Not only for military aid, but also keeping in mind the rising energy and food prices, keep it going.
NATO reminded the pain of Ukraine
The NATO chief said the “price that the whole world is paying for food and fuel is nothing compared to what the people of Ukraine are paying.”
New Delhi (PTI): According to the data of the Union Health Ministry, 12,781 new Covid-19 cases were reported in India on Monday, taking the number of infections to 4,33,09,473, while the daily positive rate has increased by more than 4 percent after 130 days. .
The death toll rose to 5,24,873 with 18 new deaths. At the same time, active cases increased to 76,700.
Daily positive rate 4.32 percent
The ministry said that the daily positive rate has been recorded at 4.32 percent and the weekly positive rate at 2.62 percent. Active cases comprise 0.18 percent of the total infections. At the same time, the COVID-19 recovery rate has been recorded at 98.61 percent. The active COVID-19 caseload has registered an increase of 4,226 cases in a 24-hour period. The number of people who have recovered from the disease rose to 4,27,07,900, while the death rate stood at 1.21 per cent.
196.18 crore COVID-19 vaccine doses
Under the National Immunization Campaign, 196.18 crore COVID-19 vaccine doses have been given in the country so far. However, despite this, cases of corona are increasing continuously in some states. The 18 new people who died include 11 from Kerala, three from Delhi and one each from Karnataka, Maharashtra, Punjab and West Bengal.
New Delhi: In view of calls for Bharat Bandh on Monday (June 20, 2022) by some organisations against the Centre’s ‘Agnipath’ army recruitment scheme, several state governments have tightened their security.
From Punjab to Uttar Pradesh and Kerala, the Police are on alert and have warned people to not engage in any activity which disrupts law and order during Bharat Bandh.
Massive Agnipath protests have erupted in various states
It is noteworthy that massive protests have erupted in various states, including Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, with youths taking to the streets to express their dissatisfaction with the Agnipath scheme.
The Agnipath yojana, which was announced on June 14, provides for the recruitment of youths between the age bracket of 17-and-half years to 21 for only four years with a provision to retain 25 per cent of them for 15 more years. Later the government extended the upper age limit to 23 years for recruitment in 2022.
The Central government also then announced several incentives including reserving 10 per cent vacancies in its paramilitary and the Defence Ministry for Agnipath retirees and said it would look into any grievance about the new military recruitment scheme “with an open mind’.
Those recruited under the scheme would be known as ‘Agniveers’.
After the completion of the four-year tenure, 25 per cent of the recruits from each batch would be offered regular service.
The announcement of the new scheme came in the backdrop of recruitment into the military remaining stalled for over two years. The Army recruits 50,000 to 60,000 soldiers annually. However, the recruitment could not take place for the last two years owing to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Russia Ukraine War Crisis Live: Sievierodonetsk, a prime target in Moscow’s offensive to seize full control of the eastern region of Luhansk, was again under heavy artillery and rocket fire as Russian forces attacked areas outside the industrial city, the Ukrainian military said. The Ukrainian armed forces’ general staff admitted its forces had suffered a military setback in the settlement of Metolkine, just to the southeast of Sievierodonetsk.
In a rare trip outside Kyiv, Ukraine President Volodomir Zelensky visited the war-damaged city of Mykolaiv for the first time since Russian invasion. A video showed Zelenskyy in his trademark khaki t-shirt handing out medals and posing for selfies with servicemen.
Meanwhile, the head of Nato said on Sunday the war in Ukraine could last years and Ukrainian forces faced intensified Russian assaults after the EU executive recommended that Kyiv should be granted the status of a candidate to join the bloc. Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg was cited by Germany’s Bild am Sonntag newspaper as saying the supply of state-of-the-art weaponry to Ukrainian troops would increase the chance of liberating the eastern Donbas region from Russian control.
New Delhi, India: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to inaugurate the Pragati Maidan tunnel (Integrated Transit Corridor Project) and five underpasses at 10 am on Sunday.
This project is beneficial for the people of Delhi in many ways. With its launch, while the traffic jam on the ITO area, Mathura Road and Bhairon Marg will be reduced, there will also be a reduction in pollution.
Drivers will be saved 15 to 20 minutes of time, the fuel money spent on getting stuck in the jam will be saved. Out of the total vehicles passing through here, 78 percent vehicles will pass through the tunnel road every day and due to the end of the jam, about 13000 tonnes of carbon dioxide will be generated less per year.
The special thing is that the world’s largest painting has been made in this tunnel equipped with state-of-the-art facilities. Which can be recorded in the Guinness Book of Records. There is a plan to give permission to the public to travel in the tunnel road from the evening time. India Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO) under the Government of India has worked on this project by spending money. . The work has been done by construction company Larsen & Toubro by taking tender from Public Works Department of Delhi Government.
Wall painting will be recorded in Guinness Book of Records
The wall painting made in Pragati Maidan will be entered in the Guinness Book of Records. The world’s largest wall painting has been prepared here. According to Goyal, there is currently a hand-made wall painting in South Korea in an area of 25 thousand meters, while in Pragati Maidan, there is a hand made wall painting in an area of more than one lakh meters, which is the world’s largest painting.
Free Ration Update: If you are also a ration card beneficiary then there is important news for you. You may get a big blow from the decision of the government. In fact, under the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana, free ration will be distributed in Uttar Pradesh till June 19-30.
But, this time 5 kg rice will be distributed to the beneficiaries instead of wheat. That is, this time you will be deprived of wheat under free ration. In this regard, the Commissioner of Food and Logistics Department has also issued orders.
Rice will be available instead of wheat
Actually, till now 3 kg wheat and 2 kg rice were given to the beneficiaries under the free ration scheme. But according to the order issued by the Commissioner of Food and Logistics Department, this time it has been decided to give only 5 kg rice to the beneficiaries instead of wheat. Along with UP, the government has decided to reduce the quota of wheat in many states.
Decision taken due to shortage of wheat
Significantly, due to less procurement of wheat, the government has decided to reduce the quantity of wheat in the ration quota. Let us tell you that the amendment has been done only for the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana (PMGKAY). According to the information given by the government, an additional allocation of about 55 lakh metric tonnes of rice has been made in place of wheat.
How to get ration?
If you also get the benefit of this government scheme, then you will be able to take rice through portability challan. Apart from this, let us tell you that on June 30, rice will be distributed through mobile OTP verification to the eligible persons who are not able to take food grains through Aadhaar authentication. Nodal officers nominated by the District Magistrate will be present at all the shops for transparency at the time of distribution.