President Murmu in UK to attend state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II

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London, Sep 18:  President Droupadi Murmu has arrived here on a three-day visit to attend the state funeral of British Queen Elizabeth II, scheduled at Westminster Abbey on Monday, and to offer condolences on behalf of the Indian government.

The Indian head of state, who arrived on Saturday evening, will join around 500 world leaders, including US President Joe Biden and royals from across the world, in a congregation of around 2,000 expected at the Abbey for a sombre ceremony starting at 11 am local time and concluding with a two-minute silence around the country an hour later.

“President Droupadi Murmu arrives in London to attend the state funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II,” the Rashtrapati Bhavan tweeted.

China banned from Queen’s Lying-in-State in Parliament complex

China banned from Queen’s Lying-in-State in Parliament complex 1

London: The House of Commons Speaker has refused permission for a Chinese government delegation to attend the Queen’s Lying-in-State at Westminster Hall within the Parliament complex before the funeral at Westminster Abbey in London on Monday, according to UK media reports.

Sir Lindsay Hoyle is said to have refused a request for access to Westminster Hall due to Chinese sanctions against five British members of Parliament and two peers for accusing Beijing of mistreating its Uighur Muslim minority, Politico’ and BBC have reported.

While the House of Commons said it did not comment on security matters, the media reports claimed that China would have a presence at the funeral but not be allowed into the Parliament building.
As Westminster Hall forms part of the parliamentary estate, it is under the control of the Commons and the Lords Speakers. The move is likely to further strain UK-China relations, which have been under some pressure in recent times.

According to reports, the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) has invited Chinese President Xi Jinping as Head of State of a country with which the UK has diplomatic relations. It is thought that the vice-president, Wang Qishan, will be sent in his place along with a Chinese delegation.
The latest development comes after the sanctioned MPs had raised objections about the Chinese President being invited to the funeral at all.

In March last year, China had sanctioned nine individuals and four organisations in the UK in retaliation after Britain imposed sanctions on Chinese officials for alleged human rights abuses in its Xinjiang province. Sir Iain Duncan Smith, the former leader of the Conservative Party, as well as Tory MPs Tom Tugendhat, Neil O’Brien, Tim Loughton and Nusrat Ghani are among those sanctioned as they and their families were banned from entering Chinese territory.

“You cannot have a Golden Age, normal relations, with a country that has now been exposed as committing the sorts of atrocities it has, not least the genocide against the Uighurs, the oppression going on in Tibet for the last 60/70 years, and now what we see going on in Hong Kong as well,” Loughton told the BBC.

The sanctioned MPs had sent a letter to the Parliament Speakers earlier this week to seek assurances that representatives from Beijing would not be allowed onto the parliamentary estate. They had also raised objections in a letter to the Foreign Secretary, James Cleverly.

Downing Street has said that it is a convention that countries with which the UK has diplomatic relations should be invited to state funerals. Three national governments have not been invited to the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II over the ongoing war in Ukraine Russia, Belarus and Myanmar.

Press Trust of India

Zain Nadella Wiki: Son of Microsoft CEO, Age, Family, Death Cause

Zain Nadella Wiki: Son of Microsoft CEO, Age, Family, Death Cause 2

Because of his death, now he is trending on google. He is a famous personality because his father Satya Nadella is Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft.

Zain Nadella died on 28 February 2022. He was a special child and was born with cerebral palsy. His treatment was continued in Zain Nadella Endowed Chair in Pediatric Neurosciences at Seattle Children’s Center for Integrative Brain Research. 

Father NameSatya Nadella
Mother NameAnupama Nadella
Sibling’s NameDivya Nadella, Tara Nadella
Age26 Years Old

Zain was born in 1996 in the United State of America. He was 26 years old when he died.

Satya’s son Zain Nadella’s death Cause

The unfortunate news was shared by Microsoft in an email, asking the executives to hold the grieving family in their thoughts and prayers

Mourning the loss, Telugu Desam Party President, N Chandrababu Naidu, tweeted, “Deeply pained to learn of the passing away of young Zain Nadella. Condolences to Anupama Ji, Satya Nadella and family. May god give them strength through this difficult time. Om Shanthi.”

Reportedly, last year, the Children’s Hospital, where Zain received much of his treatment, teamed up with the Nadellas to establish the Zain Nadella Endowed Chair in Pediatric Neurosciences, as part of Seattle Children’s Center for Integrative Brain Research

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No Salary For Those Employees Whose Monthly Work Done Is Found Unsatisfactory: Health Dept J&K

No Salary For Those Employees Whose Monthly Work Done Is Found Unsatisfactory: Health Dept J&K 3

Srinagar, Feb 12: The Directorate of Health Services Kashmir asked officers not to process the salaries of those employees whose monthly work done is found unsatisfactory by the head of the departments.

It is enjoined upon all the Section Heads of Directorate of Health Services Kashmir to forward monthly work done statement of the employees (Regular/Contractual/Outsourced) working under their control/supervision to the concerned Drawing & Disbursing Officer(s) certifying that his/her work-done/performance is satisfactory for drawl of salary.

It should be ensured by the DDOs concerned that no salary is drawn in the favour of such employees, whose work done is found un-satisfactory.