Friday, 12 February 2016




       À   9th January - Pravasi Bhartiya Divas (NRI Day)
À   10th January - World Hindi Day
À   12th January - National Youth Day (Birth Day of Swami Vivekanand)
À   15th January - Army Day
À   18th January - National Immunization Day (Polio Day)
À 23rd January - 118th Birth Anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose / National Day of Patriotism
À   24th January - National Girl Child Day
À   25th January - National Voters Day
À   26th January - India’s Republic Day/ International Customs day
À 27th January - International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust
À   28th January - Birth Anniversary Lala Lajpat Rai
À   30th January - Death Anniversary Mahatma Gandhi (Martyrs’ / Sarvodaya Day)
À   30th January - World Leprosy Eradication Day

Vocabulary Of The Day(FEB 12th Hindu Editorial)

               TOPIC-1:After New Hampshire, Sanders in focus.
            In what is being hailed as a “victory for outsiders”, Bernie Sanders, the underdog in the U.S. Democratic nomination race, stole a march on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the first primary elections of the season, in New Hampshire, and controversial property billionaire Donald Trump captured the most Republican votes. Mr. Sanders, a Senator from Vermont, won 60.4 per cent of the primary vote in the State, leading Ms. Clinton by nearly 22 points. In doing so, he scooped up 15 delegates to her nine and almost instantly attracted a wave of donor funding to his campaign, to the tune of $6.4 million. Although New Hampshire is preponderantly white, the self-proclaimed “Democratic Socialist” won a thumping majority across a variety of demographic cohorts, except for those over 65 years of age and for households earning more than $200,000. While he may have benefited from New Hampshire sharing a border with Vermont, this early upset in Ms. Clinton’s presumed-unassailable lead has thrust Mr. Sanders’s campaign into fourth gear and energised his supporters across the U.S. Importantly, his victory has put the Democratic Party establishment, which until now has thrown its weight behind Ms. Clinton, on notice. Although the party’s “super-delegates” are supporting Ms. Clinton over Mr. Sanders by a margin of 355-14, they may well switch their support to Mr. Sanders if he continues to snatch victories in other States.


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If A and B can do a work in x and y days respectively and A leaves the work after doing ‘a’ days, then B does the remaing work in
[(x-a)y/x)] days (shortcut formula)

Eg: A can complete a work in 25 days B can do the same work in 10 days .If  A after doing 4 days,leaves the work find in how many days B will do the remaing work?
Applying the above formula

B remaing work in days=(25-4)10/25=8 2/5 days…….

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