के सभी प्रकाशन Ankit Tiwari . इलाहाबाद , भारत
A man climbed one of the 100 feet high pillars on the new Yamuna bridge in order to apparently pray to the moon god! The man, who has now been taken into police custody, sent a note from the top that he wanted the Vikram lander to re-establish contact with the Chandrayan – India’s lunar mission to the south pole of the Moon. He further stated that he won’t get down until and unless the Vikram lander establishes contact, and that he will pray for its success. Despite the citizens and police authorities urging him to get down, the man didn’t listen to anyone. It was only when a team of police officials who climbed the pillar with the help of a crane that the man was finally brought down safely from the pillar.
The Uttar Pradesh Police have busted fake recruitment that was going on in the name of hiring teachers for the state-aided schools under the Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Service Selection Board (UPSESSSB). The culprits created a fake website that looked eerily similar to the official website of UPSESSB and then lured gullible candidates into submitting a fee for the said recruitment. Those who paid the fee were even issued fake joining letters by the website. The entire episode came into limelight only when the candidates who were apparently ‘recruited’ were not allowed to join their posts at the schools for which they were hired. According to SP City Shri Brijesh Srivastava, the police have registered a case now and the investigation is in force now.
In a sad state of affairs, a young soft tennis player from the city, Muskan, is unable to participate in the soft tennis championship that is scheduled to be held later this year in China. The sportswoman, who is a first-year B.Sc. student of the University of Allahabad, hails from a humble background and has won numerous domestic and international tournaments, thanks to her mother who funded the trips by selling her jewelry and ornaments. However, since the family is not left with any more sources, Muskan’s participation in this year’s Chinese soft tennis championship clearly hangs in balance as no one is ready to support her trip – not even the district administration. The only possible ray of hope is from the elected leaders of the student union, who are running a campaign to collect funds for this young sportswoman’s trip.