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Solar Eclipse 2021 on June 10: Check timings, duration, other details

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People in parts of the Northern Hemisphere are in for a treat as they will get a chance to watch the celestial event of ‘ring of fire’ or the annular Solar Eclipse. The Solar Eclipse or Surya Grahan will take place on Thursday, June 10.

An annular Solar Eclipse happens when the Moon moves right in front of the Sun, blocking it, except for a ring around the edges and this creates the ‘ring of fire’. The eclispse will be seen in parts of Canada, Greenland, and northern Russia.

“Viewers in parts of the eastern United States and northern Alaska will see a partial solar eclipse along with much of Canada and parts of the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, and northern Africa,” US space agency NASA said.

In few countries, the partial eclipse of the Sun will also be seen.

Solar Eclipse, ring of fire: Date and time in India

Solar Eclipse will take place on Thursday, June 10

The eclipse will start at 1:42 PM (IST) and continue till 6.41 PM (IST)

The duration of the annular eclipse will be around 3 minute and 51 seconds.

Why is it called ‘Ring of Fire’?

When the Moon is farthest from Earth, the Moon appears smaller and does not block the entire light of the Sun and there is a ring of sunlight created. In simpler terms, because of the distance, the moon appears a bit smaller and does not block the entire view of the Sun. This is when a ring of light is witnessed. This is also referred to as the ‘Ring of Fire.’

How to watch Solar Eclipse 2021 in India?

Though the annular solar eclipse will not be visible in India the celestial event can be watched online. A live stream link of the solar eclipse has been shared by timeanddate.com so that the event can be seen virtually on June 10.

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DC Jammu issues new timings for opening shops

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District Magistrate Jammu Anshul Garg has issued guidelines for opening of Shops/ Establishment in district.

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Lockdown relaxation: J&K Govt Issues Fresh Guidelines for shops

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The Jammu & Kashmir administration on Sunday relaxed Covid-induced restrictions in eight districts–Poonch, Reasi, Ramban, Doda, Shopian, Kulgam, Ganderbal, and Bandipora as the coronavirus infection declines. However, guidelines on the Covid containment, notified on 29 May, will continue to remain in force till further orders.

The union territory has allowed all government and private offices to function subject to strict adherence to Covid appropriate behaviour.

Here’s what’s allowed in the 8 districts:

1. Barbershops, salons, and parlours will be permitted to open on all days of the week (except on Saturdays and Sundays).

2. Standalone shops, outdoor bazaars, shopping complexes would be permitted to open on all days (except Saturday and Sunday).

3. All government offices can function without any restrictions subject to strict adherence to Covid appropriate behaviour.

4. The wholesale trade of liquor would continue to be permitted to operate 5 days a week (except Saturdays and Sundays) in the entire UT.

 

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Big update for Non-JK Vehicles owners; check details here

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Authorities have ordered that no vehicle with outside number shall ply in any public place unless registered in accordance with Motor Vehicles Act in J&K.

“It has been observed that considerable number of vehicles registered outside Jammu & Kashmir (from adjoining States of Punjab, Haryana and Delhi etc.] have been purchased by the residents of the Jammu and Kashmir and are being plied across the Jammu & Kashmir unauthorizedly, without having been registered with the concerned Registering Authorities (RTOs/ARTOs), in contravention to the explicit provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989,” reads a circular issued by Hirdesh Kumar (IAS) Commissioner Secretary to Government, Transport Department.

“It has been reported that number of old vehicles purchased from outside J&K are also being plied in the Jammu and Kashmir without paying token tax/road tax as required under J&K Motor Vehicles Taxation Act, 1957 and without the transfer of ownership in favor of purchaser (transferee] and the state exchequer is bereft of considerable amount on this account,” the circular reads, “There is high probability of such vehicles being used for carrying unlawful activities.”

The government referred to ‘relevant sections’ of the Act, underlining that every owner of a motor vehicle shall cause the vehicle to be registered by the registering authority in whose jurisdiction he has the residence or place of business where the vehicle in normally kept.

Refereeing to section 47, the Circular said stated that when a motor vehicle registered in one State has been kept in another State, for a period exceeding twelve months, the owner of the vehicle shall within such period and in such form containing such particulars as may be prescribed by the Central Government, apply to the registering authority, within whose jurisdiction the vehicle then is, for the assignment of a new registration mark and shall present the certificate of registration to that registering authority.

Referring to section 50 dealing with transfer of ownership, it reads that in the case of a vehicle registered within the same State, within fourteen days of the transfer, report the fact of transfer, in such form with such documents and in such manner, as may be prescribed by the Central Government to the registering authority within whose jurisdiction the transfer is to be effected.

In the case of a vehicle registered outside the State, within forty-five days of the transfer, the copy is to be forward to the registering authority.

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