- Harbhajan Singh retires: Harbhajan’s career would have ended before it even started, once he clashed with the police
- Harbhajan Singh Retires: Veteran off-spinner Harbhajan Singh said goodbye to international cricket
- Success Story: Father irons clothes, mother sells jewelry, finishes studying, son becomes deputy SP
- Maharashtra Nursery Admission: Maharashtra has given minimum age relaxation for nursery to first class admission, they will benefit
- MPPSC Job 2021 notification: Pre exam for hundreds of vacancies in April, applications will start on this day
Harbhajan Singh retires: Harbhajan’s career would have ended before it even started, once he clashed with the police
In the early 2000s, Harbhajan Singh was about to settle in America after the death of his father. Sourav Ganguly, then captain, stopped him. Later, when the dispute between Ganguly and Chappell escalated, Harbhajan was the only cricketer who supported his captain.
Harbhajan Singh wore the blue jersey for the last time in the year 2016. He had already taken half the retirement in the last few years, but finally he put a full stop to his career on Friday afternoon. The official retirement of ‘Turbanator’ marked the end of one of the most fascinating chapters of Indian cricket.
Sourav Ganguly has played an important role in making Harbhajan of Jalandhar ‘Harbhajan Singh’. The aggressive image of his captain was reflected in Bhajji as well. Harbhajan Singh’s career was full of ups and downs. There were also disputes. Let us tell some such funny stories.
The year 2000 was going on out of the National Cricket Academy (NCA) . Harbhajan Singh had made his debut for Team India in 1998 itself. His training was going on at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bangalore. He was learning spin bowling under the supervision of legendary off-spinners Erapalli Prasanna and Srinivas Venkataraghavan. Harbhajan was then suspended for not doing physical workouts and for indiscipline. Some also say that Bhajji was punished for speaking the truth because he opposed the stale food in the academy.
Bhajji had a fight with the Guwahati Police. Despite a job in the Punjab Police, Harbhajan got into a tussle with the policemen outside the team hotel in Guwahati in 2002. The controversy started when the off-spinner got into an argument with the officials after he refused permission to a photographer. Harbhajan’s bowling arm was injured after engaging with the police. An enraged Harbhajan and Indian captain Sourav Ganguly had refused to play the match against Zimbabwe in Guwahati, but agreed due to a lot of pressure from the organisers.
Bhajji was also surrounded by the advertisement of liquor, hair also comes in five types of Sikhism. But Harbhajan Singh was shown in the advertisement of a brand of liquor without a turban. After this incident in 2006, the controversy increased so much that effigies were burnt in their city Jalandhar. The orthodox Sikhs had accused Harbhajan of hurting their sentiments.
Harbhajan Singh Retires: Veteran off-spinner Harbhajan Singh said goodbye to international cricket
- 41-year-old Harbhajan took 417 wickets in 103 Test matches
- Bhajji has 269 wickets in 236 ODIs.
- Harbhajan has taken 25 wickets in 28 T20 matches.
Veteran off-spinner Harbhajan Singh of the Indian cricket team announced his retirement from all forms of cricket on Friday. Harbhajan gave this information on social media.
Bhajji posted a video on his Instagram page in which he said, ‘My journey from the narrow streets of Jalandhar to Turbanator of Team India in the last 25 years has been very beautiful. Whenever I have come on the field wearing India jersey, there is hardly anything else in my life than that. But there comes a point in life when you have to take decisions. And you have to move forward in life. I wanted to make an announcement for the last few years. And that’s what I’ve been waiting for when I can share this with you. I am taking retirement from all forms of cricket today. Although consciously I had already taken this retirement. But could not declare. Anyway, for some time I was not able to play active cricket.
to take a hat-trick in Test Harbhajan is the first Indian to take a hat-trick in Test. He took a record 32 wickets in 3 matches against Australia in the 2001 Border Gavaskar Trophy. Harbhajan was a member of the winning team of T20 World Cup (2007) and ODI World Cup (2011).
Debut against Australia in 1998,
41-year-old Harbhajan played 103 Tests, 236 ODIs and 28 T20 Internationals for India. He made his ODI debut against Australia in 1998. Bhajji has taken 417 wickets in Tests, 269 in ODIs and 25 wickets in T20Is.
Success Story: Father irons clothes, mother sells jewelry, finishes studying, son becomes deputy SP
- Sunil’s childhood was spent on poverty and lack of facilities.
- If the IAS could not be created, UPPSC preparations have begun.
- For the first time, he succeeded in 78th place and became a deputy SP.
If you want to succeed, you have to overcome all your difficulties and problems and move forward, and only you can write your success story. Today we will tell the success story of such a policeman who left poverty and all the difficulties and raised the flag of success. The Upeepisis (UPPSC) test Sunil Kumar, achieved in 2018 at 75th place in the Deputy SP, grew up in extreme poverty.
He didn’t even have the money to pay when Sunil was doing engineering, and his mother sold all her ornaments to complete her research. After completing the engineering course, Sunil began preparing for the UPSC Civil Services (UPSC). Here he did not succeed, Sunil failed three times at the UPSC, after which he began to pay attention to the UPPCS and succeeded based on his efforts. However, the road to get here was very difficult.
My dad ironed and ran a house
Sukh Lal, the father of Sunil Kumar, a resident of the small village Shergarh in the Kaushambi district of UP, ran a house by ironing the clothes of the people of Mumbai. The financial condition of Sunil’s house was very weak. When Sunil achieved very good grades in high school, he expressed his desire to do a middle ground from Prayagraj to his father, but his father stated that he could not do it due to lack of money. After that, Sunil’s father, with the help of some people, sought help from the people and did his middle from Allahabad. After this, Sunil enrolled in engineering for further research, but he didn’t even have the money to pay his fee, after which his mother sold all her jewelry and paid for college. ..
This is the attitude of UPPCS
After the engineering course, Sunil began preparing for the UPSC exam in 2015. Here he reached the main exam on his first attempt, but was unable to clear the interview. However, this encouraged Sunil, who decided to become an IAS officer. After that, he tried for another two years in a row, but was unsuccessful. The financial condition of the house was not good, so Sunil left the dream of cracking the UPSC and began preparing for the UPPCS. Here he was successful in the first attempt itself. He earned the rank of Deputy SP by taking 75th place in the UPPCS Exam 2018. This is the end of his journey in UPPCS.
Explaining his dedication as the key to success, Sunil said in an interview that if he wants to succeed in difficult exams like the UPSC and UPPSC, he must work hard on a regular basis. If you don’t have financial problems in front of you, you only need to stop after you realize your dreams. He says that along with the right strategies and efforts, family support is also very important to succeed in this exam. You will not be able to pass this exam unless you do your best.
Sunil is currently preparing for IAS
Sunil’s destination doesn’t end here. Sunil is now preparing for the UPSC again in his work. His goal is to become an IAS officer. Sunil also has two younger brothers and one younger sister. All three are preparing for civil servants. Satisfied with Sunil’s success, his father hopes that one of his children will definitely pass the UPSC exam and become an IAS officer.
Maharashtra Nursery Admission: Maharashtra has given minimum age relaxation for nursery to first class admission, they will benefit
Maharashtra Nursery Admission: As per the government’s proposal of 18th September 2020, the cut-off date for the minimum age for school admission is 31st December.
- Maharashtra government has given age relaxation for nursery admission.
- By December 31, 2022, students of 03 years will also be admitted.
- Now schools cannot deny admission citing age.
Maharashtra Nursery Admission : The Education Department of Maharashtra has given relaxation in the minimum age for admission from Nursery to Class I for the academic year 2022-23. Officials gave this information on Tuesday. As per the government resolution dated September 18, 2020, the minimum age cut-off date for school admissions was December 31. Due to this, children born in October, November and December are facing difficulties in getting admission in schools.
Considering this issue, the education department has changed the minimum age criteria for admission for the academic year 2022-23, a government circular said on Monday. According to the new rules, children born between October 1, 2018 to December 31, 2019 and children who have completed the minimum age of three years by December 31, 2022, can take admission in nursery.
Similarly, children born between October 1, 2016 to December 31, 2017 and children who have attained the minimum age of five years as on December 31, 2022 are eligible for senior KG admission. The minimum age for 1st class should be 06 years as on 31st December 2022. It has been said in the circular that age limit can be relaxed for admission before primary. No school can deny admission to children citing the issue of age.
The circular states that no upper limit has been fixed for admissions and it can be relaxed.
MPPSC Job 2021 notification: Pre exam for hundreds of vacancies in April, applications will start on this day
MPPSC PCS Recruitment 2021 Notification, Sarkari Naukri 2021: Interested and eligible candidates can apply online from 10 January 2022 by visiting the official website of the commission, mppsc.nic.in.
- Notification of Madhya Pradesh State Service Exam 2021 released.
- MPPSC PCS Prelims Exam will be held in April 2022.
- Online applications will start from January 10.
MPPSC PCS Recruitment 2021 notification: Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) has released the notification of MPPSC State Service Exam 2021. Candidates who want to apply forthis examination ( MPPSC State Service Exam 2021 ) can apply online from 10 January 2022 by visiting the official website of the commission, mppsc.nic.in . The last date for submission of online application is till 09 February 2022.
As per the notification released by MPPSC, MPPSC State Service Preliminary Exam 2021 will be held on 24 April 2022. The exam is scheduled to be conducted in two shifts from 10.00 AM to 12 Noon and 2.15 PM to 4.15 PM. The commission will issue the admit card on April 15, 2022. Applicants will be able to make corrections in their application from January 15 to February 11, 2022 by paying Rs 50 per correction fee.
Vacancy Details ( MPPSC Vacancy 2021 Details)
Through this recruitment ( MPPSC Recruitment 2021 ), a total of 283 vacancies will be filled on various posts. Of these, 68 seats are reserved for general category candidates, 29 seats for EWS, 89 seats for OBK, 32 seats for SC and 65 seats for ST.
know who can apply?
Must possess a graduate degree from a recognized university or institute. The minimum age limit for applicants is 21 years as on January 1, 2022, while the maximum age limit for uniformed posts is 33 years and for others, 40 years. For more details read the notification given below carefully.
Selection Process of MPPSC PCS Recruitment 2021
Qualified applicants have to first clear the preliminary exam. Qualified candidates will be called for main exam followed by interview.
Application Fee Application fee
for unreserved category candidates is Rs 500, while for reserved category candidates it is Rs 250 .