New Delhi: Air India has detected an advertisement for a fake recruitment scheme wherein it’s far being stated that there are a total of a hundred and twenty vacant seats within the airline and if an applicant desires to follow for any function, he or she can have to deposit Rs nine,800 plus GST, according to officers. The airline will soon file an FIR against the person or folks strolling this faux recruitment scheme, said one of the officials.
The national carrier came to know approximately this fake scheme on Wednesday thru social media. At the same time, someone published the commercial and asked Air India whether it’s miles walking any such recruitment scheme or now not, the authentic stated. “A web page fake commercial for recruitment has been observed on Wednesday. It asks the applicant to touch a person named Rohan Verma…(and) deposit a ‘refundable security amount’ of Rs 9,800 plus GST,” said the airline reputable.
The commercial suggests the subsequent faux cope with Air India Building, Akola, Santacruz East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400047. “We have got no building in Akola,” every other airline reliable stated. The faux recruitment scheme commercial says that a total of 150 candidates have been brief-listed, and the total vacant seats are 120. “We will quickly document an FIR towards the person or humans who’re jogging this kind of fake recruitment scheme,” the reputable stated. Another Success for ISRO as Lander ‘Vikram’ Completes First De-orbiting Manoeuvre
On Tuesday, India’s first moon lander, Vikram, got closer to the moon, with the Indian area organization successfully finishing the first of the 2 de-orbital operations. According to the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), the de-orbital operation started at eight.50 am, as deliberate. Using the onboard propulsion machine for four seconds, the operation turned to executed correctly. The orbit of Vikram Lander is 104 km x 128 km. The Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter keeps to orbit the Moon in the present orbit, and each the Orbiter and Lander is wholesome.
The next de-orbiting operation is scheduled for Wednesday between 3.30 am and four.30 am. On Monday afternoon, Vikram got separated from its mother spacecraft Chandrayaan-2. Vikram is scheduled to land on the moon’s south polar place on September 7 between 1.30 a.M. To two.30 a.M. After the moon touchdown via Vikram, the rover — Pragyan — will roll down from the previous to perform the research it turned into designed.
Meanwhile, the Orbiter maintains to fly around the moon.
On July 22, the Rs 978-crore Chandrayaan-2 was released into the area through India’s heavy-lift rocket Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle-Mark III (GSLV Mk III) in a textbook-fashion launch. Rishi Panchami 2019: Worship the Seven Sages on Bhadrapada Panchami The subsequent day after Ganesh Chaturthi, the Hindus have a good time Rishi Panchami. The day is well known on the fifth day within the Shukla paksha (waxing moon or the brilliant moon) in Bhadrapada month of the Hindu Lunar calendar. This year Rishi Panchami fell on September 3, 2019. The day marks the traditional worship of Sapta Rishi or seven sages, along with Kashyapa, Atri, Bharadhvaja, Vishvamitra, Gauthama, Jamadagni, and Vashishta.
In some elements of Kerala, the day is likewise found as Vishwakarma Puja. In Dadhich Brahmin and Maheshwari communities of Rajasthan, the Rishi Panchami is also celebrated as a “rakhi festival,” where sisters tie “rakhi” or “sacred thread” at the wrists in their brothers. In the Rishi Panchami Vrata, the people specifically recognize gratitude and remembrance of the amazing deeds of the ancient Rishis, who devoted their lifestyles to society’s welfare.
The day commemorates the deeds of Sapta Rishi, who taught people the primary concepts of goodness. It is assumed that they surpassed down their knowledge to the people to make them capable of complying with the path of information and come to be enlightened. This year, Rishi Panchami could be celebrated on September three, 2019, after Ganesh Chaturthi. The shubh puja muhurat starts offevolved at 11:24 am and ends at 1: fifty-two pm on September 3. The Panchami tithi starts at 1:54 am on September 3, 2019, and ends on an identical day at 11:27 pm.