NEW DELHI: The Union Public Service Commission is going to conduct the Civil Services (Preliminary) examination on May 31, 2020.The exam will be conducted for the candidates who have successfully deposited their application fees online for the test.Attempts at Civil Services ExaminationAs a candidate is permitted six attempts at the examination, every candidate wants to clear the examination in his/her first attempt. So, clearing Civil Services prelims exam is not very difficult, if you plan to crack it.Every candidate appearing at the examination, who is otherwise eligible, shall be permitted six attempts at the examination You need proper planning, better understanding of the syllabus for hitting the bull’s eye in the very first attempt. The Civil Services Examination will consist of two successive stages(i) Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination (Objective type) for the selection of candidates for the Main Examination; and(ii) Civil Services (Main) Examination (Written and … [Read more...] about How to crack UPSC Civil Services Prelims Exam in First Attempt?
"The need we have right now is current … We can't wait for that industrial park and all those future things to start generating the taxes that we need to do that," Owen said. "We are gradually replacing your property tax with these taxes that we're getting off the businesses or we'd be asking for more than what we're asking today … There's no other way for us to maintain our safety, maintain our streets, maintain all the things that we're doing today." … [Read more...] about Missouri City, Sugar Land raise property taxes
When Ross returned, he called a meeting in the canteen, a dimly-lit prefab structure set slightly apart from the other buildings on the compound, to give staff the news. They were furious, and a group of about 15 came to Ntinu to demand answers. "You are talking about very angry people, who are hungry, who don't have anything to feed their families," she said. … [Read more...] about Spencon: Inside the collapse of an African construction giant
In addition to asking small businesses to read the Threat Update: COVID-19 Malicious Cyber Activity -- published originally last month and detailing recent COVID-19 phishing attempts -- the ACSC has also reminded them to not provide personal information to unverified sources and never provide someone with remote access to a computer. … [Read more...] about Australian government advice on how to avoid coronavirus-related scams and cyber threats
News Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) today announced that with the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, the company is not silent and taking all precautionary measures and support while assuring health and safety of its employees and society as part of its Corporate Sustainable Responsibility. … [Read more...] about News Broadcasting Corporation comes forward to fight Covid-19 crisis.
According to Pham Thi Thanh Phuong, managing director of the fast-food restaurant chain Aloha, Grab’s new policies are really helpful for restaurants and merchant partners in the mist of the rapidly-escalating COVID-19 crisis. In particular, Grab supports part of the rental fees of eligible merchant partners to maintain their operations during the COVID-19 pandemic. The support creates mutual benefits for both sides as the demand for takeaway food has soared during the national social distancing. … [Read more...] about Grab increases financial relief for restaurant partners and food merchants during COVID-19
Thu said: “An Giang Province will effectively apply investment support policies … to attract investment … and encourage enterprises to invest in rural infrastructure in build - operate - transfer form. This will help develop a convenient transport network connecting roads in hamlets and communes with national highways and provincial roads, creating favourable conditions for the transport of agricultural products.” … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES APRIL 6
"The month of April is a critical, critical month in the city of Houston," Turner said. The number of people diagnosed with the virus is expected to rise as the city does more testing. More than 4,000 people in the city have been tested for the virus, he said. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus live updates: Gov. Abbott announces checkpoints, Houston reports 10th death
In all, the numbers told a story that is by now familiar: the cloud is strong, but the PC market is hurting. The collapse in phone sales is an inevitable consequence of the scaled back ambitions, incomplete product line-up, and problematic software support. The Surface story looks happier; after initial stumbles, the hardware seems to have staked out a solid slice of the market, as well as spawning numerous copycat systems from Dell, HP, and Lenovo. Nadella also said that there have been 900 million downloads of Skype and 340 million downloads of the Office apps on iOS and Android. So far, at least, the impact of these on the balance sheet appears to be negligible at best. … [Read more...] about Cloud, Surface are the highlights of Microsoft’s $23.8 billion quarter
The app can be downloaded from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store, and is free for 30 days with the code BFHELPS. Users will have to enter a credit card number. However, if they delete the account before the 30 days expires, they will not be charged the $12.99 monthly fee. … [Read more...] about Can Dogs Get COVID-19? A Reality Check for Pet Parents