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Paytm Founder Vijay Shekar Sharma In Tears After Shares Crash 28% On Market Debut

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Paytm founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma became emotional during his address at the Bombay Stock Exchange on the firm’s market debut on Thursday morning. The shares of the company plunged as much as 26 per cent in stock market debut today after it completed India’s biggest-ever initial public offering. Paytm’s Rs. 18,300 crore IPO, which was the country’s largest, was subscribed 1.89 times last week. On the BSE, Paytm stock opened for trading at Rs. 1,955.  Paytm shares extended losses after opening as the stock fell as much as 28 per cent, from issue price, to hit an intraday low of Rs. 1,560.

In some of the pics, one could see Vijay Shekar Sharma wiping tears with a handkerchief.

Know about Paytm Founder, Vijay Shekar Sharma:

Vijay Shekar Sharma founded Paytm in 2010 as a platform for mobile recharges. It developed very quickly after the ride-hailing company Uber listed it as a quick payment option in India.

He is the son of a school teacher and he is an engineering graduate.

The use of Paytm increased in November 2016 when the Indian government decided to ban high-value currency notes.

Forbes listed him as one of the billionaire with a a net worth of $2.4 billion. Its IPO has also minted hundreds of new millionaires in the country.

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Vijay Shekar Sharma once said, “For a long time my parents had no idea what their son was doing. Once my mother read about my net worth in a Hindi newspaper and asked me, ‘Vijay do you really have the kind of money they say you have?'”

He also said that, “Families of prospective brides would never call us back after finding out that I earn around 10,000 rupees a month. I had become an ineligible bachelor for my family.”

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Attractive Data Plans From BSNL

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Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has come up with a Special Tariff Voucher (STV)s priced under Rs 250 that is valid up to 90 days. BSNL’s Rs 94 STV gives 3GB free data for a validity of 75 days and 100 free domestic minutes to any network and national roaming in Mumbai and Delhi with BSNL default tunes for 60 days.

The voice voucher from BSNL is priced at Rs 88 and is valid up to 90 days and a combo voice voucher at Rs 209 that gives 90 days validity. The Rs 198 STV pack comes with 50 days validity and gives 2GB daily data after which the speed is reduced to 40 Kbps. The Rs. 209 STV pack comes up with validity of 90 days.

The prepaid plans priced at Rs 97 comes with 2 GB daily data, has 18 days validity and gives access to Lokdhun content. The plan gives unlimited voice calls anywhere in India. Now, coming to Rs 99 prepaid plan that comes with unlimited voice calls, gives access to 99 SMS and ringtones and has a validity of 22 days.

The Rs 247 prepaid plan from BSNL offers unlimited voice calls and gives access to 50GB high-speed data after which speed is reduced to 80 Kbps, 100 SMS per day and is valid up to 30 days. The special tariff voucher priced at Rs 298 has a validity of 56 days and gives unlimited voice calls, 1GB daily data and 100 SMS per day. Now coming to Rs 319 prepaid plan that comes with unlimited voice calls for 75 days. The Rs 395 pack gives 71 days validity, 3000 minutes of free on-net calls, free 1800 minutes of off-net calls and 2Gb daily data.

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40% Marks Compulsory In Tamil Paper For Govt Jobs

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Tamil Nadu state government on Friday announced that all state government held competitive exams will now include a compulsory paper in the Tamil language, with a pass in the subject is the basic qualifying norm for entry into Tamil Nadu government services and state-run public sector firms.

According to a Government Order of 1 December 2021, all such tests must include a Tamil language paper conforming to Class 10 norms, a compulsory paper and a score of 40% is the minimum qualifying level.

According to the order, if an aspirant fails to qualify the Tamil language paper and other subject papers, that are part of the overall exam scheme, would not be taken up for evaluation.

While the Tamil language paper is mandatory, passing it is the minimum requirement for employment in government and public sector organisations, and this rule applies to all state government recruiting bodies, including the Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission.

The other state recruitment agencies including the Teachers Recruitment Board, Medical Services Recruitment Board, TN Uniformed Services Recruitment Board and TN Forest Uniformed Services Recruitment Committee would release similar guidelines. The government said that the norm takes immediate effect.

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Woman Breastfeeds Pet Cat On Flight

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A woman who took a Delta flight recently was seen breastfeeding her pet cat on the flight. She started feeding her hairless cat in front of staff and co-passengers. The unidentified female flew from Syracuse, NY, to Atlanta, GA, where she was caught breastfeeding her cat on flight. The woman refused to put her cat back in its cage, despite, the flight attendant’s repeated requests. She didn’t agree to flight attendants words.

A message was sent through the Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) to alert Delta crew in Atlanta that a passenger in seat 13A “is breastfeeding a cat and will not put cat back in its carrier when (flight attendant) requested.”

Flight attendant Ainsley Elizabeth, who allegedly was on the flight, added on TikTok on November 13th: “This woman had one of those, like, hairless cats swaddled up in a blanket so it looked like a baby. Her shirt was up and she was trying to get the cat to latch and she wouldn’t put the cat back in the carrier. And the cat was screaming for its life.”

She added that “security met the flight” and asked her to stop.

Delta airline’s website also outlines its policies of women breastfeeding children. According to the policy, “Delta fully supports a woman’s right to breastfeed on board Delta and Delta Connection aircraft and in Delta facilities. Breast pumps are allowed on board. At the airport and if you prefer, many airports do offer private lactation rooms or spaces.”

Delta allows animals such as dogs, cats and household birds to board domestic flights and they must be able to fit in a small, ventilated pet carrier.

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