President Htin Kyaw resigns

President Htin Kyaw, close ally of de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi, resigns says his office, announced on Wednesday, just shy of two years in office. The short announcement made on Wednesday morning ,cites need for rest as he suffered illness and next President shall be selected within seven days.


Myanmar’s president, a close friend of leader Aung San Suu Kyi, said on Wednesday that he would retire. The move puts a representative of the country’s already powerful military at least temporarily in a position of executive power, AP said.

President Htin Kyaw wishes to take a rest, according to the announcement on the Facebook page of the 71-year old. His post will be filled within seven working days, in line with the constitution, the  statement said. Htin Kyaw became president in March 2016, becoming Myanmar’s first elected civilian head of state and head of the first government to be elected in free and fair polls since a 1962 military coup.

After Htin Kyaw became president, Suu Kyi became Myanmar’s de facto leader when she was named state councilor

Saudi Arabia is revamping its education curriculum

Saudi Arabia is revamping its education curriculum to eradicate any trace of Muslim Brotherhood influence, the country’s education minister said. Anyone working in the sector who sympathizes with the banned group will be dismissed, Reuters quoted Ahmed Al-Issa as saying. Promoting a more moderate form of Islam is one of the promises made by Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman under plans to modernize the kingdom.

The Education Ministry is working to “combat extremist ideologies by reviewing school curricula and books to ensure they do not reflect the banned Muslim Brotherhood’s agenda,” Al-Issa said in a statement. It would “ban such books from schools and universities, and remove those who sympathize with the group or its ideology from their posts,” he added. In September, a large Saudi public university said it would dismiss employees suspected of ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.

Dynamic duo from Shri Ram College of Commerce emerge as city champions

Dynamic duo from Shri Ram College of Commerce

emerge as city champions of Tata Crucible Campus Quiz 2018


Shri Ram College of Commerce wins the Delhi Tata Crucible Campus Quiz 2018.JPGNew Delhi, March 20, 2018:Hari Krishna AS and Ashik A. from Shri Ram College of Commerce decimated their opponents to win the Delhi edition of Tata Crucible Campus Quiz 2018.


Vipraw Srivastava and Sushant Adlakha from National Institute of Technology (NIT) Kurukshetra along with Rajenki Das and Soham Banerjee from Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology, Patiala were the top two teams at the Zone 1 finals of Tata Crucible Campus Quiz 2018, held in Delhi. They will now compete with the other four zones at the National finals to be held in Mumbai.


A total of 84 teams battled it out in the city level finale for the top honours, held at Vivanta by Taj.Hari and Ashik took home a cash prize of Rs. 75,000* and will compete in the zonal round to qualify for the national finale. Bramhdeep Singh Jakhar and Ankit from Delhi Technological University were declared runners-up, winning a cash prize of Rs. 35,000*. Mr. Rohit Khosla, Senior Vice President – Operations, The Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL) was the Chief Guest at the finale.


This year, the theme of the quiz revolves around 150 years of business to mark the 150th year of the Tata group. In keeping with tradition, renowned quizmaster ‘Pickbrain’ Giri Balasubramaniam hosted the quiz in his masterful, inimitable style of presenting clever questions with equal humour.


The fourteenth edition of India’s biggest campus quiz will run for a little over two months, traversing 38 cities, with five zonal rounds leading to the grand national finale in Mumbai. The winners of the National Finals will receive a Grand Prize of Rs. 5,00,000/-* along with the coveted Tata Crucible trophy.

Explain Why Debt-Ridden DSGMC Splurged on Celebrations

Explain Why Debt-Ridden DSGMC Splurged On Your Father’s Birthday Celebrations, SADD Asks GKGK’s Narcissism Coming at a Heavy Price

NEW DELHI — Already driven to the verge of financial collapse, the DSGMC carried out-lavish spending to celebrate birthday of its president’s late father in what has been a criminal waste of Sangat funds, SADD secretary-general Harvinder Singh Sarna regretted Tuesday. Twenty-two buses were dispatched from the committee budget to the Punjab village of  Jathedar Santokh Singh, the late father of DSGMC chief Manjit Singh GK recently.


“Was the jathedar a national hero? Was he a Sikh hero who fought for any movement in Punjab?” asked S. Sarna. “What was his stature in bigger scheme of things? Can he, under any situation, be compared with stalwarts of Punjab in independent India?

The answer to all these questions is one word and this ‘no’,” the SADD leader said.Still, GK chose to glorify himself by celebrating his father’s birthday at the expense of community resources, S. Sarna noted.“On the one hand you are preparing to beg for a huge loan and mortgage DSGMC estates.On the other, you continue to splurge gurdwara resources to satisfy your sick ‘I-me-my’tendencies.

Your narcissism is coming at a heavy price,” S. Sarna told GK.The SADD demanded the DSGMC president immediately reimburse every penny he orderedthe committee to spend on the event.“It was your personal program and agenda not even remotely linked to the Panth. You haveto refund every paisa you took out from the DSGMC treasury to advertise and celebrate yourfather’s birthday. Be warned, this shouldn’t happen again,” S. Sarna asked GK

Cyclone Marcus move to Perth

Tropical Cyclone Marcus into a category five system 950 kilometres northwest of Port Hedland and is tracking west, well away from the WA mainland. Trees are quite literally rolling down roads as appear in videos.

Cyclone Marcus slamming the Australian coast. Australian soldiers and US Marines help  remove debris. Marcus storm blasted heavy rain and strong winds to Australia’s Northern Territory this weekend: There’s a chance for a second cyclone to threat Darwin within the next days as we’re seeing the monsoon trough starting to get more active now through the eastern Arafura Sea as per the weather reports.

Cyclone has the strongest category rating possible for a cyclone and is generating winds of 205 kilometres per hour, with gusts of up to 285kph.
Experts say that level or possibly strengthen even further uptil Thursday, when it should start weakening and moving south along the coast, then turn east towards Perth on the weekend.
The cyclone after battered Darwin, passing over the Northern Territory capital as a category two system on the weekend and causing widespread damage.Media agencies



Cinox  Entertainments cordially invites 

you to attend 

the Press Conference 

& to share 

with you the uniqueness of their 

highly controversial film 


(An upcoming Indian controversial film stars for the very first time acting Uzma Ahmed, who faced legal battle to return India from Pakistan, along with Omkar Das Manikpuri, Vikas Chaudhary & more. Movie based on today’s time Kashmiri Pandit issue, The Hindus of the Kashmir Valley, a large majority of whom were Kashmiri Pandits, were forced to flee the Kashmir valley as a result of terrorism. The movie is dealing with current scenario of the nation. How the youth are misguided by terrorist group.)

To be addressed by:

  • Uzma Ahmed (Lead Actress)
  • Omkar Das Manikpuri (Peepli Live movie fame)
  • Sanoj Mishra (Director)
  • Ravi Chaudhary (Producer)

Time: 1:00 pm

Date: 22nd March 2018 (Thursday)

Venue: The Zest, Janpath, 3rd Floor, Handloom Haat, Delhi

You are requested to send correspondents/ photographers/ camera crew for the Press Conference.

“Differently Together”

Dear Sisters,Brothers!

.I am delighted to share with you the following information:
A talk on “Differently Together” will be presented by Bro. M.P. Singhal on 24th. Mar.,2018 at 5 PM at Delhi Theosophical Federation premises at Patel Nagar.
All the inclined Sisters and Brothers are most humbly requested to grace the occasion by their esteemed presence.
May peace be with all.