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WORLD BACKUP DAY – March 31

World Backup Day - March 31


WORLD BACKUP DAY
World Backup Day on March 31st reminds us to protect our precious digital documents as we’ve become more reliant on technology.
There’s always that one photo, video or memory that you took the time to save, yet for some reason, it’s not yours anymore. Whether it was a lost or broken phone, a faulty hard drive or some other technological mishap, it can feel impossible to keep all your files in one piece.
Thankfully, the day before April Fools is World Backup Day, which saves us from being the punchline of a joke played by our own devices. It is the day when we finally stop saying, “I’ll do it tomorrow,” and make sure all our precious files find a safe space.
Try not to think of it as a hassle. Remember when you swore to backup all those pictures and videos from your last vacation? Now’s the time buddy.
Each day we depend more and more on data to serve our lives. Although it may be difficult to imagine a future where our precious files aren’t as accessible as they are today, it’s not our job to take digital memories for granted. Now put your foot down take a stand, and back that thing up!
WHAT IS BACKUP? A backup is a second copy of all your important files — for example, your family photos, home videos, documents, and emails. Instead of storing it all in one place (like your computer), you keep another copy of everything somewhere safe. For more info on this day – go to www.worldbackupday.com

HOW TO OBSERVE #WorldBackupDay
If you haven’t already, invest in an external hard drive, USB stick or purchase some space in the cloud. While you’re waiting for your file transfer to reach 100%, take a moment to plan out your next big data dump. Because let’s face it, one day a year isn’t nearly enough.
Take the pledge to back up your phone, computer, tablet, and all other coveted devices and share with the world using hashtag #WorldBackUpDay.

WORLD BACKUP DAY HISTORY
World Backup Day originally began as World Backup Month, started by a hard drive company by the name of Maxtor which was later acquired by Seagate Technology.
There are over 1,500 national days. Don’t miss a single one. Celebrate Every Day® with National Day Calendar®!



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Delhi to Meerut in 50 minutes! Delhi-Meerut Expressway opens for public on April 1, 2021
Delhi-Meerut Expressway will open for the public on April 1. The expressway will cut the travel time between the two cities from two hours to about 50 minutes.

India TV News Desk
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New Delhi
Updated on: March 31, 2021 14:42 IST


Delhi Meerut Expressway


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Delhi to Meerut in 50 minutes! Delhi-Meerut Expressway opens for public on April 1


The 82-km phase 2 and 4 of the Delhi-Meerut Expressway (DME) will open for the public on April 1. The expressway will cut the travel time between the two cities from two hours to about 50 minutes.
The phase 1 of the Delhi-Meerut Expressway from Akshardham to UP Gate (14-km) and phase 3 from Dasna to Hapur (22-km) are already operational. While 19-km phase 2 of the expressway links UP Gate and Dasna, the 32-km-long phase 4 links Dasna and Meerut. The phase 1 was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in May 2018.
The NHAI has set speed limits for commuters using the expresswa. In phase 1, which is in Delhi, the maximum permissible speed limit is 70 kmph. In the remaining three phases, all in Uttar Pradesh, the maximum permissible speed limit is 100 kmph.


To make the tolling system efficient, the NHAI is testing the linking of automatic number plate reader (ANPR) to the FASTag system. The ANPR is a technology that uses optical character recognition on images to read vehicle registration plates to create vehicle location data. The NHAI has installed high definition, high speed cameras throughout the DME.
For the first week, the authority will not charge toll from the commuters. The NHAI said that it will start collecting toll once the Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highway approves the rates.
The Delhi-Meerut Expressway will provide 14 lanes connectivity under phase 1 and 2 and six-lane from Dasna. The NHAI has installed about 5000 streetlights on all four phases of the expressway.
Of the total project cost, the NHAI funded 40 per cent under the new 'Hybrid Annuity Model' and the remaining portion was arranged by the concessionaire by way of mix of debt/equity of 48:12.




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Passengers not allowed to charge phones, laptops in trains at night
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Updated Mar 30, 2021 | 19:45 IST



Railways is reportedly planning to propose an increase in punishment for such offenses. Currently, smokers inside the trains are punished under Section 167 of the Railways Act.



Passengers not allowed to charge phones, laptops in trains at night


Passengers not allowed to charge phones, laptops in trains at night



New Delhi: Railway passengers will not be able to use charging points in train coaches now at night hours as the Indian Railways has restricted the use of charging points at night to prevent fire accidents. The decision was taken after Delhi-Dehradun Shatabdi Express caught fire on March 13. The fire started in a coach and spread to seven other coaches.
Other cases of a short-circuit reported include the Delhi-Bhubaneswar Rajdhani, smoke emanating from the Duronto train from Allahabad Junction to Lokmanyatilak terminal station in Mumbai and other minor fires reported from the premises of coach factories, in garbage dumps and in bushes on railway property.
In order to avoid such incidents from occurring, the national transporter has decided to not just restrict night time charging point usage but also to crack down on smokers. The points used for charging mobile phones and other electronic devices for will be kept switched off from 11 pm till 5 am.
Railways is reportedly planning to propose an increase in punishment for such offenses. Currently, smokers inside the trains are punished under Section 167 of the Railways Act. Passengers who are found smoking are liable to a fine of up to Rs 100.
Carrying inflammable objects in trains is also a punishable offense under Section 164 of the Railways Act and the offender may get imprisonment of up to three years or a fine of Rs 1,000 or both, and a fine of Rs 500 is applicable under Section 165.
"Safety remains the focus area of Railway operations and no one should let the guard down on that front. A thorough review and rechecking of all safety measures in the running of trains need to be taken up by all concerned," the minister said at a review meeting on "safety measures", a statement issued by the railway ministry said.
"Keeping in mind the safety of passengers, the railways has decided to keep the charging points in trains switched off from 11 pm to 5 am," Sumit Thakur, chief public relations officer of Western Railway was quoted in a media report saying. Note that several incidents of fire have been reported in long-distance trains due to overheating of laptops and mobile phones that were being charged at night. Thakur said that this directive is being implemented in other railway zones as well to avoid such hazards.
Shivaji Sutar, chief public relations officer of Central Railway also said that an intensive safety awareness drive has been launched to educate all stakeholders working in trains and at stations, as mentioned in a report in The Economic Times. CPRO of Southern Railway B Guganesan was quoted saying that all the divisions of Southern Railway have issued instructions reiterating the procedure of switching off charging points at night.
A Railways official told the daily that Railways has alerted employees, including AC mechanics to keep charging points off during the night. Authorities have also decided to conduct surprise checks and take strict action against staff if lapses are found.


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