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S10-210 Storage Networking Management and Administration

Exam Name : Storage Networking Management and Administration
Exam Number : S10-210 SCSE
Exam Duration : 90 minutes
Questions in exam : 60
Passing Score : 67%
Recommended Training : Storage Networking Management and Administration
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Storage
- Describe how to create storage allocations based on requirements
- Demonstrate knowledge of how to implement storage capacity planning
- Demonstrate knowledge of the storage monitoring process
- Demonstrate knowledge of how to provision storage
- Describe cloud storage concepts

Storage Networking
- Demonstrate knowledge of how to respond to storage network support issues - Demonstrate knowledge how to implement zoning best practices
- Identify the differences between transport protocols

Server
- Describe how to administer and monitor host storage adapters
- Demonstrate knowledge of multipathing implementations
- Demonstrate knowledge of disk/volume management

Security
- Demonstrate knowledge of securing management access to devices
- Demonstrate knowledge of encryption methods
- Demonstrate knowledge of securing storage access

Data Protection
- Describe how to use different types of replication
- Describe how to implement High Availability
- Describe backup/restore implementations

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The Legislature made last-minute moves on cannabis reform, sending the governor a host of changes to the state’s weed laws including a proposal to study giving students access to medical marijuana.

“The cannabis control commission, in consultation with the department of elementary and secondary education and the department of public health, shall conduct a study on the possession, administration and consumption of medical marijuana, as defined in chapter 94I, at public or private schools in the commonwealth as it relates to students,” the proposed law reads.

The goal of reform, according to lawmakers, is to make a booming industry available to those communities most affected by the illegalization of pot. The law, as written, will also increase state oversight of how towns and cities doll out cannabis licenses and begins laying the foundation for on-site consumption establishments.

State Sen. Sonia Chang-Díaz, Cannabis Policy Committee chair, said the bill fixes a broken system.

“It will re-balance the playing field where, so far, wealthy corporations have been able to buy their way through the licensing process and yet, too many local small businesses and Black and brown entrepreneurs have been locked out of the industry,” she said.

Gov. Charlie Baker generally will not comment on a bill except to say he will consider signing it after review, a point his spokesman made again to the Herald Monday.

The compromised legislation that emerged from the joint committee hours after the Legislature was to have concluded their formal business for the year left both chambers without a Senate provision which would have made medical marijuana available to both inmates and students at public schools.

The latter half of that idea will now be studied by the Legislature, according to Senate Ways and Means Chairman and conference committee member Sen. Michael Rodrigues, who said the committee will study “the use of medical marijuana in schools so that we can find a path forward for students that would greatly benefit from medical use marijuana as an accommodation.”

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “marijuana use during adolescence and young adulthood may harm the developing brain.”

Additionally, the CDC says that teens who use marijuana may be at greater risk of developing some mental illnesses.

“The association between marijuana and schizophrenia is stronger in people who start using marijuana at an earlier age and use marijuana more frequently,” the federal agency’s page on public health reads.

A spokesperson for the Senate President’s office confirmed the study would be looking into the use of medical marijuana by students.

It is unclear how the plan, if it were to be implemented after the study, would square with current federal law, which still lists marijuana as a Schedule I drug, which “are defined as drugs with no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse.”

READ THE LEGISLATION: Cannabis Reform Act

Herald wire service contributed.

Author

Matthew Medsger is a Boston Herald reporter covering politics and the State House, or anything else which may occur. Matthew also reported on the environment and science at the Nashua Telegraph and crime at the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Matthew walked into a recruiter's office in Pittsburgh, on Sept. 12, 2001, was stationed in Massachusetts in 2003, and never managed to successfully leave. Matthew studied communications and philosophy at UMass Lowell and will argue with anyone, about anything, for free. You can begin the argument @matthew_medsger

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Killexams : Hiring Our Heroes: Virtual Career Fair Town Hall

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- ABC7 is teaming up with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's Hiring Our Heroes initiative and Disney's Veterans Institute for a virtual town hall on August 10.

The goal of this town hall is to prepare job seekers from the military community for the Hiring Our Heroes - Virtual Career Fair on August 31.

Click here to register as a job seeker or employer for the virtual career fair on August 31, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

You can watch the town hall here, or by using our ABC7 News Bay Area app on Roku, FireTV, Apple TV and Android TV.

Reporter Sonia Rincon, with our sister station ABC7 Eyewitness News in New York, will anchor the town hall and will be joined by a panel of experts to answer questions live about how to help veterans and military spouses transition successfully into a civilian career.

Panelists include:

  • Cappy Surette - Senior Manager, Executive and External Communications at Disney Parks, Experiences and Products and retired U.S. Navy Captain
  • Meredith Lozar - Vice President, Military & Veterans Affairs at JPMorgan Chase & Co. and spouse to an active duty U.S. Marine Corps serviceperson
  • Phil Martin - Talent Acquisition Manager at Enterprise Holdings, Inc. and former U.S. Marine
  • Sonia Garza - Military Spouse Fellowship Program Leader at U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's Hiring Our Heroes and spouse to an active duty U.S. Army Special Forces serviceperson
  • Beau Higgins - Senior Manager, Military Affairs at Amazon.com and retired U.S. Marine Corps Officer

Check out the following resources for veterans, military spouses, and families:

Disney Careers/Heroes Work Here: Disney has a long history of respect and appreciation for the U.S. Armed Services. Announced in 2012, Heroes Work here is a company-wide initiative to hire, train, and support returning veterans. Search for open roles by your Armed Forces career area, military rank range, and preferred work location. Also check out the Learning & Development tab to find additional career readiness videos and tools meant to help you prepare for the next step in your career.

Hiring Our Heroes: We connect the military community - service members, military spouses, and veterans-with American businesses to create economic opportunity and a strong and diversified workforce.

DAV: DAV is dedicated to a single purpose-empowering veterans to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity.

Wounded Warrior Project: Every warrior has a next mission. We know that the transition to civilian life is a journey. And for every warrior, family member, and caregiver, that journey looks different. We are here for their first step, and each step that follows. Because we believe that every warrior should have a positive future to look forward to.

The Bob Woodruff Foundation: We navigate a maze of more than 46,000 nonprofits to find, fund, and shape innovative programs in communities where our veterans, their families, and caregivers live and work. BWF leverages partnerships with leading nonprofits, corporations, the military and the government to meet the emerging and long-term needs of today's veterans and their families.

The Mission Continues: The Mission Continues is a national, nonpartisan nonprofit that empowers veterans to continue their service, and empowers communities with veteran talent, skills and preparedness to generate visible impact.

USO: The USO strengthens America's military service members by keeping them connected to family, home and country, throughout their service to the nation.

American Corporate Partners (ACP): American Corporate Partners (ACP) is a national nonprofit organization focused on helping returning veterans and active duty spouses find their next careers through one-on-one mentoring, networking and online career advice.

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs: V.A. for Vets, run by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has everything a veteran needs to start the career transition.

Student Veterans of America: Through a network of more than 1,500 on-campus chapters, Student Veterans of America ensures that student veterans and military-connected students achieve their greatest potential.

DOD SkillBridge: The DOD SkillBridge program is an opportunity for Service members to gain valuable civilian work experience through specific industry training, apprenticeships, or internships during the last 180 days of service. SkillBridge connects Service members with industry partners in real-world job experiences.

USAA: USAA is dedicated to the financial security of members of the military, veterans and their families. We provide expert advice, a full range of financial products and best-in-class service that lets you know you are a part of the USAA family.

Department of Defense Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP): The Department of Defense Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP) connects military spouses with hundreds of partner employers who have committed to recruit, hire, promote and retain military spouses.

LinkedIn Free Membership: In collaboration with SheerID, LinkedIn offers eligible members of the U.S. military community one year of access to LinkedIn Premium. You'll also get unlimited access to more than 10,000 courses through our LinkedIn Learning platform as a part of the program.

Blue Star Families: We empower families to thrive as they serve and are committed to strengthening military families by connecting them with their neighbors to create vibrant communities of mutual support.

Veterans Opportunity to Work (VOW): The Veterans Opportunity to Work to Hire Heroes Act of 2011, provides a seamless transition for Service members, expands education and training, and provides opportunities for veterans.

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Killexams : ED raids National Herald office in money laundering case No result found, try new keyword!Tuesday reportedly conducted searches at multiple places, including Herald House on Delhi’s Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg. Mon, 01 Aug 2022 19:26:48 -0500 en-in text/html https://www.msn.com/en-in/news/other/ed-raids-national-herald-office-in-money-laundering-case/ar-AA10djB6 Killexams : Sonia Gandhi leads Congress’ protest at Parliament

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New Delhi, August 05, (ANI): Congress Interim President Sonia Gandhi on August 05 led protest of party MPs against inflation and unemployment, in the Parliament premises. Earlier today, Congress announced that the party MPs will hold ‘Chalo Rashtrapati Bhavan’ from the Parliament.

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Killexams : Bloodied but unbowed: liberal justices wield dissents as weapon of resistance

The US supreme court, with its new rightwing supermajority, is transforming America at breakneck speed. In a single judicial year, it overturned the right to an abortion, unleashed legally carried guns on to city streets, stymied government action to combat the climate crisis and Covid pandemic, and took a hatchet to the time-honored separation of church and state.

Seasoned observers described the 2021-22 term that ended in June as perhaps the most momentous in the court’s 233-year history. The six rightwing justices – three of them appointed by Donald Trump – demonstrated an iron grip over blockbuster cases.

The three liberal-leaning justices, by equal measure – Stephen Breyer, Elena Kagan and Sonia Sotomayor – were outnumbered and bloodied. When the court reconvenes in October, the retired Breyer will be replaced by Ketanji Brown Jackson, but the same punishing 6-to-3 dynamic will prevail.

Bloodied but unbowed. The three liberal justices may be in the minority, but they are fast emerging as a vital resistance to the Trump-instigated judicial revolution now under way.

That resistance is reflected in the dissenting opinions produced by the three. Not only were liberal dissents more in evidence in 2021-22 – Sotomayor alone wrote 13, more than she has in any previous term – but the language deployed in them was also direct and unrestrained.

The dissents went beyond polite disagreements over jurisprudence. They amounted to the sounding of an alarm, alerting the nation that equal rights, constitutional government, and even what it is to be an American, are all under threat.

Here are six of the most visceral warnings contained in the dissents of the three liberal-leaning justices.

1. Attacking equal rights and individual freedoms

Over 60 white-hot pages of dissent, Breyer, Sotomayor and Kagan tore into the majority ruling in Dobbs v Jackson that overturned the constitutional right to an abortion. Pointing out that such a right had been the law of the land for half a century, they decried the ruling as a full-on attack on an individual’s freedom.

“After today, young women will come of age with fewer rights than their mothers and grandmothers had,” the dissenting opinion said. From the moment of fertilization, “a woman has no rights to speak of”.

The decision struck at the core of American values, they said. Individual freedom and equal rights “have gone far toward defining what it means to be an American. For in this nation, we do not believe that a government controlling all private choices is compatible with a free people.”

2. Overriding the will of Congress and that of the American people

The ultimate source of power in the United States is “we the people”. Today there are 240 million citizens eligible to vote for their representatives in Congress and president.

And then there are the five men and one woman who control the supreme court and who are busily changing the face of America.

The liberal-leaning justices accuse their rightwing peers of supplanting their own will over that of “we the people”. Kagan wrote the dissent to West Virginia v EPA, the majority ruling which hobbled the power of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to tackle the climate crisis by regulating fossil-fueled power plants.

Kagan charges the six rightwing justices of ignoring clear instructions given to the EPA by Congress to address the “potentially catastrophic harms” of global heating. The justices had in effect rewritten the Clean Air Act in favour of their own policymaking.

“The court appoints itself – instead of Congress or the expert agency – the decisionmaker on climate policy. I cannot think of many things more frightening,” Kagan said.

In a separate 6-to-3 ruling, the supermajority blocked the Biden administration’s requirement that employees of large businesses vaccinate themselves against Covid or take weekly tests. A dissenting opinion from all three liberal justices said that, here too, the majority had negated the will of the people as expressed in the 1970 law that commanded the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Osha) to protect workers “exposed to grave danger”.

On the one hand, the dissent said, there is the Osha trying to protect employees from the “grave danger” of Covid. The agency is responsible to the president, who in turn “is responsible to – and can be held to account by – the American public”.

On the other hand, there is the supreme court. “Its members,” the dissenters noted acerbically, “are elected by, and accountable to, no one”.

3. Undermining the integrity of the supreme court and the rule of law

The liberal-leaning justices accuse the supermajority of abandoning long-held legal principles in their rush towards radical change. Foremost of these is “stare decisis” – “to stand by things decided” – a respect for past precedents set by the court.

By throwing out the right to an abortion established in 1973 by Roe v Wade, the six rightwing justices had disregarded stare decisis, and shown that “today, the proclivities of individuals rule. The court departs from its obligation to faithfully and impartially apply the law,” Breyer, Sotomayor and Kagan wrote.

The rightwing justices are very sensitive to the suggestion that they are acting according to political whim rather than legal principle. Last September, Clarence Thomas, arguably the de facto leader of the new supermajority, irritably denied the claim.

“The media makes it sound as though you are just always going right to your personal preference,” he bemoaned.

He need not look to the media for such an accusation. Three of his fellow justices have expressed it forcefully.

In their dissenting opinion in Dobbs, the liberal justices noted that it took less than two years following the appointment of Trump’s third pick, Amy Coney Barrett, for the court to overthrow Roe v Wade. Such a rapid shift, they argued, could not be explained by any change in the social landscape of the country.

The only thing that had changed was the composition of the court, and with it “the new views of new judges. The majority has overruled Roe for one and only one reason: because it has always despised them, and now has the votes to discard them.”

The consequences of the highest court being seen to be swayed by personal biases rather than legal principles are potentially cataclysmic. “It undermines the court’s legitimacy,” the dissenters warned.

4. One law for the rich, another for the poor

In their Dobbs dissent the three justices spell out the impact of ending of abortion rights for women of contrasting means. Wealthy women will “find ways around a state’s assertion of power”, travelling out of states that ban abortion to those where it is legal.

Other women without the resources “will not be so fortunate”. They might resort to an illegal abortion and be harmed “or even die”; they might supply birth to the child at great cost to themselves and their families; “at the least, they will incur the cost of losing control over their lives”.

The dissenters warned that the consequences go beyond the devastating impact on individual women. A central pillar of the US constitution, of American values, has also been destroyed – equal protection under the laws.

“The constitution will, today’s majority holds, provide no shield, despite its guarantees of liberty and equality for all.”

5. Turning the clock back to the 18th century

In New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v Bruen, the supermajority threw out New York’s restricted licensing regime for firearms, opening the door to concealed and loaded handguns being carried publicly in US cities.

Thomas, who wrote the ruling, rejected any argument relating to the dangers posed by guns in modern America, where gun violence far exceeds that in comparable countries. Instead, he argued that licensing regimes had to be consistent with “this nation’s historical tradition of firearm regulation” and specifically with the way the US ruled in 1791 when the second amendment right to bear arms was ratified.

In his dissent, Breyer said that this “history-only approach” not only ignored the “real and present danger of guns in modern American society”, it set a framework that was so rigid it would be impossible to apply to modern situations “beyond the Framers’ imaginations”.

How, for instance, could centuries-old laws “dictate the legality of regulations targeting ‘ghost guns’ constructed with the aid of a three-dimensional printer?”

6. This is just the beginning

Perhaps the most chilling warning given by the liberal justices is that the hurricane of contentious rulings issued by the supermajority this term is not the end of the revolution – it is just the beginning.

“No one should be confident that this majority is done with its work,” they write in their Dobbs dissent.

The supermajority could go on to ban all abortions nationwide, from the moment of conception and with no exemptions for rape or incest. They could also use exactly the same arguments deployed to overturn Roe to go after contraception, the right to same-sex intimacy and marriage, and even interracial marriage.

The logical conclusion of the supermajority’s legal tactics is that “all rights that have no history stretching back to the mid-19th century are insecure … Additional constitutional rights are under threat.”

Sotomayor closed her dissent in Carson v Makin on a profoundly disturbing note. The 6-to-3 ruling bulldozed decades of precedent on the separation of church and state by insisting that Maine had to extend its taxpayer-funded tuition assistance program to include students attending religious schools.

“With growing concern for where this court will lead us next,” Sotomayor wrote, “I respectfully dissent.”

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Killexams : Congress walks out of Rajya Sabha alleging barricading of residences of Sonia, Rahul Gandhi

By PTI

NEW DELHI: Congress MPs walked out from the Rajya Sabha towards the end of proceedings on Wednesday after the Chair did not permit party leader Mallikarjun Kharge to raise the issue of alleged police barricading outside the residences here of Sonia and Rahul Gandhi.

While Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Anurag Thakur was replying to the debate on The National Anti-Doping Bill, 2022, Leader of the Opposition and senior Congress member Kharge stood up and said the residences of his party president Sonia Gandhi and former president Rahul Gandhi have been "surrounded by the Delhi Police".

However, Deputy Chairman Harivansh, who was presiding over the proceedings, did not allow him to raise the issue.

"If I do not speak in the House, where else will I speak?" Kharge said.

In the meantime, Leader of the House and Union Minister Piyush Goyal too joined the issue, saying the matter does not concern the Rajya Sabha.

"There is an order in the House and the Bill is being discussed. Law is taking its course," Goyal said, taking a jibe on the Congress, saying they should have thought of about the consequences while engaging in such activities, hinting at the money laundering case against Sonia and Rahul Gandhi being probed by the Enforcement Directorate.

Amid the uproar, the Congress members walked out of the House.

READ HERE | Money laundering probe: ED seals Young Indian Ltd. office in National Herald premises in Delhi

Earlier in the day, the Congress and other opposition parties had forced adjournments in the Lok Sabha while protesting on a host of issues, including the imposition of GST on essential items, inflation and ED actions.

The road to All India Congress Committee (AICC) headquarters here was blocked Wednesday with the Congress alleging such actions have become a norm rather than an exception while the police said barricades have been erected and its personnel deputed to avoid any untoward situation.

This came soon after the ED temporarily sealed the premises of Young Indian (YI) in the Congress-owned National Herald office in Delhi as part of an ongoing money laundering investigation.

According to official sources, the temporary seal in the National Herald office was put in order to "preserve the evidence" which could not be collected as authorised representatives were not present during the raids on Tuesday.

ALSO READ | Road to Congress HQ in Delhi blocked, party says it's becoming a 'norm'

The Rajya Sabha on Wednesday functioned for the full sitting free of any disruptions (except towards the last by the Congress) and forced adjournments which marked the previous 12 sittings of the current Monsoon session.

For the first time in the session, Zero Hour was taken up with 17 MPs raising issues of public importance.

These included issues related to supporting education of girl students, docking of a Chinese Spy Submarine at the Sri Lankan Port, exclusion of children from PM-Poshan Scheme due to mandatory linkage of Aadhar, irregularities in the construction of Gaushalas under MNREGA in Madhya Pradesh, high cost of cancer treatment, attacks on Gurudwaras and Sikhs in Afghanistan.

MPs, with prior permission of the Chair, raise important issues during the Zero Hour.

Seven special mentions too were taken up New MP and legendry sports person P T Usha made her maiden speech in the House while speaking on the National Anti-Doping Bill which was discussed for about six hours.

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Killexams : NMC's affidavit to SC outlines a one-time measure for Indian students back from China/Ukraine. But does it address all issues?

It seems like the wait is finally over for all those foreign medical students who came back to India from various countries abroad where they were pursuing their medical education. The National Medical Commission (NMC) on July 18, 2022, submitted an affidavit in response to Supreme Court's directions to formulate a framework for these students so that they can continue their academics and clinical training. 

To recall, the SC had directed the NMC on April 29, 2022 to come up with a one-time scheme to allow all those students who couldn't continue their clinical training abroad to do so in medical colleges in India. These students being referred to are from various countries including China, who are stuck in India because of a temporary visa ban, now being lifted in small batches, induced by the pandemic, and war-torn Ukraine.

What does the affidavit say?
In the affidavit, which EdexLive has a copy of, the NMC stated that the UGMEB (Undergraduate Medical Education Board) examined the difficulties of the students and concluded that "students from China / Ukraine cannot be accommodated in Indian Colleges for various reasons, mainly due to the non-availability of adequate infrastructure, clinical material, lack of teaching faculty and other physical facilities."

As per the affidavit, during the deliberation between UGMED, NMC and the officials it was discussed that, "as a one-time measure, the board has decided to grant relaxation to foreign medical graduates who had completed their course from foreign medical institutes and had studied through online mode (i.e without physically attending clinical training) due to extraordinary situation brought about by COVID-19 pandemic, Russian-Ukraine war etc."

For those who have completed their undergraduate studies and have the certificate of completion, they will be permitted to appear for the Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE). Upon qualifying, they will be required to undergo Compulsory Rotating Medical Internship (CRMI) for two years in order to make up for the lost physical training, stated the affidavit. 

It was also stated in the affidavit that, "The Embassy of Russian Federation has informed MEA (Ministry of External Affairs) that the Indian students evacuated from Ukraine can continue their studies in Russian Federation." Similarly, the Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan also shared with the MEA that the aforementioned students can continue their education in their universities. Above all, China too has shown willingness to begin the process of calling back students on a trial basis, the document said. 

But when it comes to transferring from one foreign institute to another, student Rachita Kurmi has a few points to make. 

Rachita, from Shandong University, 2019 batch, is one of the members who has been at the front and centre of the movement to send back students who are stuck in India to China so that they can continue pursuing their academics there. The youngster makes a point when she says that as per FMGL (Foreign Medical Graduates Licentiate) Regulations 2021 only those who pursued the course in foreign institutes prior to November 18, 2021, are eligible for transfer and don't come under screening test regulations. "Hence, it is implied that the others (students pursuing the course after November 18, 2021) have to complete their studies only in one university/college without transferring to others," she added. She stated that the NMC needs to clarify when it comes to this point.

But what can be the advantages and disadvantages of transferring from one foreign university to another? Listing out the disadvantages, Rachita say, investing again in another country, language problems, fee hikes, and a lot more. Take Rachita's own case for example. "I want to transfer to a Russian university, but it would be tough to convince my parents because Russia is a war-waging country."

Further, the student adds, "The only advantage is without waiting for NMC's delayed response, one can go forward with their plans if they are willing to settle in other countries like the US or UK." 

What parents have to say
Sharing her views on this, Sonia Lumba, Women Cell Member of Parents Association of Ukraine MBBS Students, said, "We will file a writ petition in SC in another five to ten days." 

Sonia also informed that the next step is seeking support from MPs and political parties. Already Rahul Gandhi from Congress, and Varun Gandhi and Subramanian Swamy from BJP already posted in support of the issue via social media, she points out. 

Additionally, Sonia comments, "It is very shameful and sad that India cannot accommodate Indian students due to the non-availability of faculty and infrastructure facilities." 

President of FMGPA (Foreign Medical Graduates Parents Association) Andrews Mathew said that they support NMC's affidavit and added that they are not looking for students from China to be accommodated in Indian medical colleges as they understand the limitations of infrastructure. 

Sharing the demands of their association, Mathew stated that FMGs should not be kept waiting for internships as a whole year might just go in vain waiting for the next attempt. 

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Killexams : Traffic affected in central Delhi for third day on the trot due to Cong protests

Traffic remained affected in central Delhi for the third consecutive day on Wednesday on account of protests by Congress party workers, who agitated against the continued questioning of their party chief Sonia Gandhi by the enforcement directorate (ED) in a money laundering case related to the National Herald newspaper.

Delhi traffic police shared regular updates and advisories on social media to ensure that commuters avoided certain routes. One such alert said, “Kindly avoid Motilal Nehru Marg, Akbar Road, Janpath, Man Singh Road, Gol Methi junction, Tughlak Road Junction, Claridges Junction, Q-point Junction, Sunehri Masjid Junction, Maulana Azad Road Junction and Man Singh Road Junction between 9am and 2pm on July 27 due to special traffic arrangements.”

In another advisory, police asked commuters to avoid Deen Dayal Upadhyay Marg as well on Wednesday. “Movement of traffic on DDU Marg on both the carriageways from Minto Road towards ITO and vice versa is closed due to today’s protest/demonstration. Commuters are advised to avoid this stretch,” the traffic police tweeted.

The Delhi Police, meanwhile, detained several Congress workers and members of Parliament (MPs) including Manish Tewari and Jairam Ramesh while they were holding a protest at Vijay Chowk. They were all taken to Kingsway Camp and later allowed to go. On Tuesday, too, Delhi Police had detained 259 persons, including 57 MPs besides former Congress chief Rahul Gandhi.

On Tuesday, besides the Congress protest, the conclusion of Kanwar Yatra also impacted traffic, police said.

As kanwariyas returning to Uttar Pradesh and Haryana had to make their way through Delhi, traffic was severely affected in the eastern part of the city, including Apsara border, National Highway 24, Delhi-Meerut Expressway, Chilla border, Mayur Vihar, Anand Vihar, and Kalindi Kunj, among other areas.

These areas remained slightly affected on Wednesday as well because kanwars could still be seen returning and arrangements made for them were still not removed from roadsides.

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Killexams : Congress Walks Out Of Rajya Sabha Alleging Barricading Of Gandhis' Homes

Amid the uproar, the Congress members walked out of the House.

New Delhi:

Congress MPs walked out from the Rajya Sabha towards the end of proceedings on Wednesday after the Chair did not permit party leader Mallikarjun Kharge to raise the issue of alleged police barricading outside the residences of Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi.

While Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Anurag Thakur was replying to the debate on The National Anti-Doping Bill, 2022, Leader of the Opposition and senior Congress member Mr Kharge stood up and said the residences of his party president Sonia Gandhi and former president Rahul Gandhi have been "surrounded by the Delhi Police".

However, Deputy Chairman Harivansh, who was presiding over the proceedings, did not allow him to raise the issue.

"If I do not speak in the House, where else will I speak?" Mr Kharge said.

In the meantime, Leader of the House and Union Minister Piyush Goyal too joined the issue, saying the matter does not concern the Rajya Sabha.

"There is an order in the House and the Bill is being discussed. Law is taking its course," Mr Goyal said, taking a jibe on the Congress, saying they should have thought of about the consequences while engaging in such activities, hinting at the money laundering case against Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi being probed by the Enforcement Directorate.

Amid the uproar, the Congress members walked out of the House.

Earlier in the day, the Congress and other opposition parties had forced adjournments in the Lok Sabha while protesting on a host of issues, including the imposition of GST on essential items, inflation and ED actions.

The road to All India Congress Committee (AICC) headquarters here was blocked Wednesday with the Congress alleging such actions have become a norm rather than an exception while the police said barricades have been erected and its personnel deputed to avoid any untoward situation.

This came soon after the ED temporarily sealed the premises of Young Indian (YI) in the Congress-owned National Herald office in Delhi as part of an ongoing money laundering investigation.

According to official sources, the temporary seal in the National Herald office was put in order to "preserve the evidence" which could not be collected as authorised representatives were not present during the raids on Tuesday.

The Rajya Sabha on Wednesday functioned for the full sitting free of any disruptions (except towards the last by the Congress) and forced adjournments which marked the previous 12 sittings of the current Monsoon session.

For the first time in the session, Zero Hour was taken up with 17 MPs raising issues of public importance.

These included issues related to supporting education of girl students, docking of a Chinese Spy Submarine at the Sri Lankan Port, exclusion of children from PM-Poshan Scheme due to mandatory linkage of Aadhar, irregularities in the construction of Gaushalas under MNREGA in Madhya Pradesh, high cost of cancer treatment, attacks on Gurudwaras and Sikhs in Afghanistan.

MPs, with prior permission of the Chair, raise important issues during the Zero Hour.

Seven special mentions too were taken up New MP and legendry sports person P T Usha made her maiden speech in the House while speaking on the National Anti-Doping Bill which was discussed for about six hours.

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