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RBI, Centre To Reply To Plea For Action Against Google Pay For Breaking UPI Rules

A plea in excessive court docket has sought motion in opposition to Google Pay for allegedly breaking UPI guidelines

New Delhi:

The Delhi High Court has sought response of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and the Centre on a plea searching for motion and suspension of operations of the Google India Digital Service in UPI by means of its utility ‘Google Pay’ until it totally complies with interoperability.

Justice Asha Menon, who performed the listening to by means of video conferencing, issued notices to the RBI, the Centre and Google India Digital Service Pvt Ltd and granted them three weeks to file their responses.

The petitioner approached the excessive court docket after Google Pay didn’t enable him to contribute to the PM CARES Fund, with out making one other VPA or UPI ID by itself app.

Petitioner Shubham Kapaley tried to make use of his already current VPA/ UPI ID for different transactions as nicely, nonetheless, the identical situation of denial of interoperability continued.

The petition alleged that Google India’s app ‘Google Pay’ was flouting the principles of Unified Payments Interface (UPI) interoperability and that it doesn’t enable new customers to make use of their current Virtual Payment Address (VPAs) or UPI ID on its platform, which the patron may need created by means of different UPI platforms or apps.

As per an earlier NPCI round, no service provider can/ shall pressure the shopper to create a VPA or register for UPI to avail any providers on a service provider app.

The plea claimed that Google Pay insists customers to create a brand new UPI ID or VPA to make use of its platform and sought initiation of motion in opposition to Google India Digital which is provisioning its providers by means of this app within the nation.

It sought to direct RBI and Centre to conduct an intensive third get together and impartial investigation of the app to examine compliance of each directive and tips issued by National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), which operates varied digital fee devices together with UPI, and RBI.

The plea stated {that a} hefty penalty of no less than 10 occasions income of Google Pay, since begin of its operations in India, be imposed and be contributed in the direction of Covid-19 Relief Fund.
 

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Desperate Venezuelans Turn To Cow Blood Soup Amid Coronavirus Lockdown

The scenario is hitting the provinces hardest as a result of distribution is tilted towards main cities

SAN CRISTOBAL/CARACAS:

Since Venezuela went into its coronavirus lockdown, dozens of needy folks have been lining up at a slaughterhouse within the western city of San Cristobal to choose up the one protein they will discover free of charge: cattle blood.

Mechanic Aleyair Romero, 20, goes twice every week. He misplaced his job at a neighborhood storage and says packing containers of backed meals from the federal government of President Nicolas Maduro arrive too slowly.

“I have to find food however I can,” mentioned Romero, holding a espresso thermos dripping with blood the slaughterhouse offers away.

Though cow’s blood is a standard ingredient for “pichon” soup within the Venezuelan Andes and neighboring Colombia, extra folks have been looking for it out because the COVID-19 disaster.

In a proudly carnivorous nation, few are completely happy about consuming extra blood as a substitute of meat – a kilo of which prices about two instances the month-to-month minimal wage.

Increased consumption of cattle blood is, like stripped mango bushes, a putting image of starvation as Venezuela’s financial system, already struggling six years of hyperinflationary implosion, has been almost shuttered in response to the pandemic.

Though numbers of reported deaths and instances from the virus seem modest, Venezuelans are affected by the financial shutdown and delays within the state meals distribution program often known as CLAP, for years an important supply of meals for a lot of.

The scenario is hitting the provinces hardest as a result of distribution is tilted towards main cities together with Caracas, in response to nutrition-focused charity Citizenry in Action.

The authorities has for years given the capital precedence entry to providers together with water and energy.

In Caracas, 26.5% of households obtain CLAP packing containers, in contrast with solely 4% of households in areas resembling “Los Llanos” (The Plains) area, Citizenry in Action says.

“It’s not the virus that’s going to kill them, it’s hunger,” mentioned Edison Arciniegas, director of the group.

Even earlier than COVID-19, the United Nations known as Venezuela one of many world’s 10 worst humanitarian crises in 2019, noting that 9.three million of the 30 million inhabitants devour inadequate portions of meals.

Some 5 million folks have migrated consequently, it says.

‘SURVIVING ON BLOOD’

Maduro’s leftist authorities blames the issues on U.S. sanctions meant to pressure him from energy, and says worldwide help companies exaggerate the extent of migration. The data ministry didn’t reply to a request for remark.

Official figures present Venezuela has 440 instances of coronavirus and 10 deaths – although critics imagine there are extra.

Soup kitchens describe an enormous enhance in use because the quarantine started in mid-March and delays in meals field deliveries, which in lots of instances come each six to seven weeks reasonably than month-to-month as promised in the beginning of the applications in 2016.

The authorities sends packing containers “whenever it wants,” mentioned Romero.

At a soup kitchen within the poor Caracas neighborhood of Carapita run by the Feeding Solidarity group, staff say they had been accustomed to offering meals for 80 kids however beneath quarantine are actually additionally feeding some 350 adults.

Upon receiving a bowl of soup and a ham-and-cheese sandwich, some moms take away a part of the ham and cheese for his or her kids to have for breakfast the next day. They, too, complain the state meals packing containers are sluggish and meager.

“It’s not enough for us to get through this,” mentioned Ysimar Pernalete, 38, a mother-of-two, of the CLAP packing containers.

“How can you tell a child ‘I don’t have anything to give you’? You give them rice without anything else and they cry.”

The authorities in 2016 started distributing meals on to tens of millions of Venezuelans in what authorities mentioned would stop retailers from overcharging for good.

Critics name it a social management mechanism that permits the federal government to restrict dissidence and protest.

At the San Cristobal municipal slaughterhouse, thirty to forty folks arrive daily to request cattle blood, in response to one worker, who recalled that blood could be thrown away again in additional affluent instances.

“We’re going hungry,” mentioned Baudilio Chacon, 46, a building employee left unemployed by the quarantine measures as he waited to gather blood on the slaughterhouse.

“We are four brothers and a 10-year-old boy, and we’re all surviving on blood.”

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV employees and is revealed from a syndicated feed.)

Shopping for necessities: Keep these precautions in thoughts

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi |

Published: May 15, 2020 2:10:34 pm





Go to the grocery retailer solely when completely mandatory. (Source: Getty Images)

Supplies stocked up within the preliminary days of the lockdown have exhausted in most households. So there are occasions you could have step out to purchase commodities. But those that are going to outlets to purchase groceries and different necessities are really useful to take due precautions to keep away from getting contaminated with COVID-19.

Experts advise it’s best to keep away from going to outlets in particular person, until completely mandatory. Instead, they need to avail for on-line supply. Even then, they need to guarantee contactless supply, and santise the merchandise.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) laid down some tips relating to purchasing. Here’s what they mentioned:

When to keep away from purchasing

It is suggested that one avoids going to the market in the event that they really feel sick or present any signs of COVID-19. Here are the signs to be careful for:

Read| All set for ‘contactless dining’ within the post-lockdown world? Here’s what it’s worthwhile to know

*Fever
*Cough
*Shortness of breath
*Chills
*Muscle ache
*Headache
*Sore throat
*New lack of style or scent

shopping, coronavirus Order meals and different important gadgets on-line. (Source: Getty Images)

How to guard your self whereas purchasing

* Stay at a distance of 6 ft from others whereas purchasing, and stand in a queue.

* Cover your nostril and mouth correctly with a fabric protecting or masks.

* Ideally, you need to go to the shop in the course of the hours fewer persons are more likely to be current, for example early morning or late evening.

* Do not contact your eyes, nostril, mouth or your face protecting whereas on the retailer. Use disinfecting wipes, if accessible.

* When purchasing, hold uncooked meat, poultry, seafood and their juices away from different meals.

Read| Coronavirus: Safety ideas to remember in case you are ordering meals on-line

* Make the fee on-line with out touching cash or card. In case you must use it, apply sanitiser in your palms proper after paying.

* After leaving the shop, use hand sanitiser.

* Once you get residence, put your groceries away and wash your palms with cleaning soap and water for 20 seconds.

* Rinse contemporary vegetables and fruit below working water.

For on-line deliveries

* Make the fee on-line to keep away from contact.

* Accept deliveries with out in-person contact wherever potential. Ask for the supply to be left at a protected spot exterior the home, with no person-to-person interplay. If you’re receiving a package deal from a supply particular person, keep a distance of not less than 6 ft.

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Viral Food Trend Of ‘Bread Garden Art’ On TikTok And Instagram Has Made Quarantine Baking A Lot More Fun

Highlights

  • Bread backyard artwork has caught the flamboyant of many bakers throughout the globe.
  • Focaccia bread is adorned with colouful veggies to create a panorama.
  • This baking development is the newest sensation on TikTok and Instagram.

The artwork of baking has taken an entire new dimension. It began from folks in quarantine baking their very own breads to experimenting with banana bread, after which getting extra artistic to make frog bread. The hidden creativity of seasoned and budding bakers hit the followers (due to social media) and created a string of viral meals tendencies for us to attempt at dwelling. If you might be following these tendencies religiously, the newest development to hit your Instagram tales and search grids of TikTok should be of gorgeous bread artwork. If you missed it, this is every part you might want to learn about this new lockdown baking fad.

Bread backyard – the artwork of constructing stunning breadscapes is stirring up a storm within the baking world, the place your bread loaf is the canvas, your fingers are the comb, and meals is the paint.

Sourdough bread or focaccia bread is baked and used as a base for adornment with numerous greens. Fruits, herbs and spices are tactfully carved on the bread to signify a backyard panorama, and baked once more. The bread is 100 % edible however we’re not positive if the bakers are in a position to convey themselves to eat such masterpieces.

(Also Read: Viral: After Banana Bread, Frog Bread Is The New Baking Trend On TikTok)

Instagram consumer @vineyardbaker even created a collection of focaccia gardens impressed by the well-known painter Vincent van Gogh, and titled her breads as ‘Van Dough’. This led many different followers making their very own variations of ‘Van Dough’ items of artwork, which quickly turned viral within the meals neighborhood.

Green chilli, thyme, coriander are used to make stems; spinach, parsley make for the proper leaves; and meals like olives, sun-dried tomatoes and onions rings will be reworked into vibrant flowers. We even seen some bakers utilizing mushrooms and grated carrots to happen of shrubs/crops, and grated cheese being thrown in to indicate sand and dirt, to spherical off the backyard panorama.

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After these actual life-like bread gardens, we’re tempted to attempt to bake these breads at dwelling. Are you additionally prepared to provide it a attempt?
 

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Corona cess on liquor: Delhi HC seeks Kejriwal govt response on plea looking for quashing of 70% levy on MRP

Delhi authorities is charging 70% extra tax on alcohol amid coronavirus lockdown. File pic. Representational

The Delhi High Court on Friday sought the response of the AAP authorities on a number of pleas difficult the levy of 70 per cent “special corona fee” on the MRP of all liquor manufacturers within the nationwide capital.

A bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice C Hari Shankar issued a discover to the Delhi authorities and sought its response, by May 29, to the petitions which search setting apart of the May four notification imposing the levy.

While issuing the discover, the courtroom declined to grant any interim keep on the notification for now and determined to attend for Delhi authorities’s reply, one of many petitioners, Lalit Valecha, mentioned.

Delhi authorities standing counsel Ramesh Singh accepted the discover on behalf of the administration and mentioned an in depth reply can be filed, indicating the levy was legitimate. An in depth order of the courtroom is awaited.

The Delhi authorities imposed the “special corona fee” on alcohol, a day after permitting re-opening of 150 state-run liquor vends within the metropolis on May 3.

Valecha, a lawyer, has contended in his petition that the “special corona fee” is in extra of what has been authorised by regulation and accordingly it’s being collected arbitrarily.

In his petition, he has mentioned the charge was an afterthought and an after-effect of the overcrowding and violation of social-distancing norms exterior liquor retailers on the primary day of their reopening.

The unprecedented levy of ‘special corona fee’ leading to total enhance in MRP (most retail worth) of liquor by 70 per cent was “arbitrary, uncalled for and bad in law”, the petition has alleged.

It has additionally claimed the MRP of liquor in Delhi consists of all taxes and duties which were imposed by the Centre or the state authorities for manufacturing, transportation, wholesale and retail sale of the product and growing the MRP by 70 per cent by the use of an government order was “illegal and bad in law”.

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Quick Recipe: Make This Sooji Ki Kheer In Under 10 Minutes With This Stellar Recipe

Highlights

  • Sooji is also called semolina
  • Sooji is an efficient supply of protein
  • Sooji ki kheer is a scrumptious fast repair to your candy cravings

Sooji (or semolina) is a typical fixture in Indian kitchens. From sooji ka halwa to sooji ka chila, we will use the flour in an array of fast and healthful delicacies. It is an efficient factor that it’s thought-about among the many more healthy flour alternate options. Yes, you heard us! Semolina is a flour fabricated from durum wheat, and packs extra diet than all-purpose flour. The versatility of sooji has impressed many cooks to conceive a spread of dishes, just because it’s so simple to work with. If you might be craving one thing candy, and the time crunch doesn’t let you experiment a complete lot, then you may merely roast some semolina, combine it with boiling milk, a number of chunky nuts and fragrant spices, for a toothsome kheer. Yes, it’s that simple.

(Also Read: Lockdown Recipe: Make Sooji Sewiyan Tikki For Your Family If You Want To Try Something Different (Watch Recipe Video)

Here is a step-by-step recipe video from NDTV Food’s YouTube channel.

Watch: Sooji Ki Kheer Recipe Video:

(Also Read: Watch: 2 Quick And Easy Sooji Tikka Bites For Low-Fat Evening Snacks (Recipe Video Inside)

Sooji Ki Kheer Recipe:

To make this sooji ki kheer, you would wish ghee, sooji, milk, sugar, cardamom powder, chironji and a few almonds. First, roast sooji in ghee, till it’s barely brown, and hold it apart. Then, in one other pan, deliver the milk to boil, hold stirring in order that there isn’t a formation of malai, as quickly as your milk begins to bubble – add the roasted sooji, adopted by sugar, cardamom powder, chironji and almonds. Bring down the flame by a notch, be sure you hold stirring the combination on occasion. Let it prepare dinner for 7-Eight minutes. Your kheer is able to dig into.

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(This content material together with recommendation offers generic info solely. It is on no account an alternative to certified medical opinion. Always seek the advice of a specialist or your personal physician for extra info. NDTV doesn’t declare accountability for this info.)

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Teachers, pupil our bodies name Delhi University’s ‘open-book’ on-line examination ‘discriminatory’

By: PTI | New Delhi |

Published: May 15, 2020 1:51:51 pm





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Teachers and pupil our bodies have criticised the Delhi University‘s resolution to carry closing yr post-graduate and under-graduate exams in ‘open-book’ mode on-line if the COVID-19 state of affairs doesn’t normalise quickly, terming it “discriminatory” which might put a big part of pupils in nervousness.

The ‘open-book’ examination mode would enable college students to seek advice from books, notes, and different research supplies to reply the questions. Students will obtain query papers for his or her respective programs from the net portal sitting at house and add the solutions inside two hours.

The Delhi University Teachers’ Association (DUTA) termed the system of holding on-line exams “discriminatory” and “unfair”. It additionally shot off a letter to the college vice-chancellor expressing their disagreement with the transfer.

“It is not viable for a large University like DU, with its diverse student population, and it is shocking that the institute has adopted it as the only form. We demand that the pen-paper option be given to all students,” DUTA mentioned.

Read | Colleges to carry AI-powered ‘exams from home’: All you might want to learn about proctoring

It recommended that the college ought to take into account the opportunity of giving provisional levels to college students primarily based on their Cumulative Grade Points Average (CGPA) of 5 semesters.

“The concept of an ‘open-book’ examination is very different from the kind of tests our students are used to. Springing this ugly surprise on them in such uncertain and anxious times will increase the anxiety of large sections of students, especially since the normal teaching-learning process has been disrupted due to the pandemic,” the lecturers’ physique mentioned.

The Delhi University’s Executive Council member Rajesh Jha, together with another members of the council, have additionally written to the VC over the problem.

Read | AICTE approves open e book exams for engineering college students

“This unilateral transfer to organise distant open e book exams to be tried at house by the scholars of Delhi University will push increased schooling in direction of privatization by devaluing its levels and diluting their rigour.

“The pedagogy of DU and its examination system are neither structured nor cultivated for open book examinations and those too to be taken at one’s home,” they mentioned whereas additionally elevating web connectivity and cybersecurity points.

The Indian National Teachers’ Congress (INTEC) additionally mooted the concept of calculating CGPA on the idea of inside examination marks and scores within the earlier semester.

“Open e book exams are meant not solely to check the conceptual understanding of the scholars but additionally their capability to use these ideas in real-life conditions. Open e book on-line exams want a very completely different patterned query paper.

Read | Struggling with poor connectivity, DU college students could not be capable of give on-line exams: AISA’s survey

“Students and teachers are never trained for this process of conducting exams in our university,” mentioned INTEC convener Pankaj Garg.

According to INTEC, 45 per cent of the college’s college students are from exterior Delhi and a serious chunk of them from the agricultural hinterland.

“These outstation students had gone to their homes during semester break without taking along their books and notes. Also, students from northeastern India and Jammu and Kashmir do not have access to the Internet,” Garg claimed.

There isn’t any provision of open-book on-line exams within the ordinances. An educational Council assembly needs to be convened over the problem, he mentioned.

Among the scholar our bodies, the Left-backed All India Students’ Association (AISA) mentioned on-line exams are usually not a possible type of evaluation for the extensive diaspora of pupils in DU.

AISA had lately carried out a survey which confirmed 74 per cent college students have been towards holding of exams on-line.

“In a time of health crisis, the DU administration must take into account the students coming from the marginal sections of the society. Students have cited various reasons such as connectivity, resources, lack of material and online classes for rejecting online exams. The voice of students must be listened to,” it mentioned.

The AISA will likely be holding a social media marketing campaign #DuAgainstOnlineExams on May 15.

The Congress-affiliated National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) mentioned the primary and second-year college students needs to be promoted on the idea of their efficiency within the earlier semester whereas the ultimate yr college students needs to be evaluated on their previous scores and be given 10 per cent additional marks since college students have a tendency to attain extra of their closing yr.

The NSUI has additionally initiated an internet petition elevating its calls for. The petition has been signed by greater than 60,000 college students, it mentioned.

Former Executive Council member A Okay Bhagi mentioned the open e book examination doesn’t look like a viable possibility in DU.

“When we say it is an online open-book test then it is beneficial to those who have access to experts and or tutors. One can pay money to get test solved through prior engagement of experts. It doesn’t seem to me as a workable, viable option in DU and it has less credibility,” he added.

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Don’t Have Achaar? Try This Instant Mango Chutney For An Appetising Side Dish

Amp up your meal at residence with this instantaneous mango chutney.

Highlights

  • Mango spells summer season season like nothing else
  • From pickes, shakes to chutneys, mangoes are all over the place
  • Here is a fast and straightforward mango chutney that you could strive at residence

Let’s admit it – we Indians love our achaars and chutneys! They are an integral a part of our meals tradition and work as accompaniment to our meals. They work as palate cleansers that go hand-in-hand with the spicy Indian delicacies. If you go searching, there are a number of individuals who cannot do with out achaar or chutney in any meal of the day- breakfast, lunch and dinner. In India, these accompaniments are of many varieties and few of the favored ones are combined veg pickle, lemon pickle, mirchi ka achaar, mango chutney, pineapple chutney et al.

Speaking about mango chutney, summer season season is right here and each home has stocked at the very least one bottle of mango chutney/achaar within the pantry. Preparing these accompaniments is a time-taking affair in India; it takes weeks to arrange one bottle of chutney/achaar. If you need to keep away from that prolonged course of, here is a straightforward choice to make instantaneous mango chutney that goes effectively along with your summer season meals. This recipe may also be a fast resolution while you run out of achaar-stock.

(Also Read: 11 Best Raw Mango Recipes To Try At Home)

Here’s The Recipe For Instant Mango Chutney:

Ingredients:

Raw mango- 1

Sugar- Four tablespoons

Rai (mustard seeds)- half teaspoon

Dry purple chilli- 2

Jeera (cumin seeds)- half teaspoon

Dhania (coriander seeds)- half teaspoon

Salt- one teaspoon

Water- 1 cup

Refined oil- 1 teaspoon

(Also Read: How To Make Raw Mango Onion Chutney At Home)

Method:

Step 1. De-skin and deseed the uncooked mango and reduce into medium-sized cubes. Keep apart.

Step 2. Take one dry purple chilli, jeera and dhania and dry roast them collectively.

Step 3. Grind the masalas in a mortar and pestle coarsely. Coarse grinding offers texture to the chutney.

Step 4. Heat a pan with oil, add one dry purple chilli and rai and fry until it crackles.

Step 5. Add the uncooked mango and sauté for half a minute.

Step 6. Add water and shut the lid. Let it boil in medium flame. You might add extra water if you would like a runny consistency of the chutney.

Step 7. Add salt and sugar to it. The quantity of sugar might fluctuate in keeping with the tanginess of the mango.

Step 8. Once mango pulps are boiled effectively, mash them with the ladle and swap off the flame.

Step 9. Add the bottom masala and blend them effectively. Rest the chutney until it cools down.

Do not retailer this sweet-and-sour mango chutney for greater than a day. This chutney may also be used as an expansion on bread, roti and paratha. Try this fast and straightforward chutney at residence and add that zing to your meal. Bon appetit!

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CBSE to have art-integrated curriculum for Classes 1 to 10, initiatives on ‘Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat’

By: Education Desk | New Delhi |

Published: May 15, 2020 1:33:38 pm





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Schools affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will supply an art-integrated curriculum for college students of lessons 1 to 10 from the brand new tutorial session. As a part of this, at the least one mission will likely be devoted to ‘Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat’ (united India, supreme India) programme, Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Ramesh Pokrhiyal Nishank knowledgeable.

Different types of artwork, together with dance, visible arts, music, craft, and many others, will likely be included for college students to know completely different ideas. The CBSE in an official round acknowledged, “Not only for creating joyful classrooms but also for imbibing the Indian ethos through the integration of Indian art and culture in the teaching and learning process at every level. This art-integrated approach will strengthen the linkages between education and culture. ”

Read | When will faculties reopen and the way will they perform?, HRD Minister solutions

In at the least one mission work, it will likely be obligatory to combine an artwork type of the state or UT given to the scholar, as outlined underneath Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat Programme, for lessons 1 to 10. Each mission could be finished by a gaggle of 4-5 college students.

For lessons 1 to eight, the mission work can embody a couple of topic and this may be thought-about for inside evaluation within the topics involved. For lessons 9 and 10, college students will take up the artwork built-in mission work as topic enrichment exercise in all the themes for inside evaluation, as per the official round.

Subject lecturers together with arts lecturers will plan the mission in the beginning of the tutorial session and college students will likely be given correct steerage to undertake numerous initiatives. The focus, as per CBSE, will likely be on analysis of latest matters that haven’t been launched within the classroom.

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