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Sthree Sakthi SS-301 Kerala lottery result for February 22 announced: First prize winner gets Rs 75 lakh | Check winners list here

Kerala State Lottery Department has announced the lucky draw winners of the Sthree Sakthi SS-301 lottery ticket today at 3 pm.

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Kerala State Lottery Department has announced the lucky draw winners of the Sthree Sakthi SS-301 lottery ticket today at 3 pm. The draw took place at Gorky Bhavan, near Bakery Junction, in the state capital Thiruvananthapuram. The winner of the first prize will fetch Rs 75 lakh while the second and third prize winner will get Rs 10 lakh and Rs 5,000 respectively.

The lottery holders can check the winning list on the official website of Kerala Lotteries.

The winner of the first prize (Rs 75 lakh) is SK 958712

The winner of the second prize (Rs 10 lakh) is SH 623530

The winners of the third prize (Rs 5,000) are 0173 1099 1269 1483 1524 1891 1903 2612 2809 3009 5701 6492 7157 7337 8431 8743 9143 9697

The winners of the consolation prize (Rs 8,000) are SA 958712 SB 958712 SC 958712 SD 958712 SE 958712 SF 958712 SG 958712 SH 958712 SJ 958712 SL 958712 SM 958712

The winners of the fourth prize (Rs 2,000) are 0814 2015 2908 4593 5039 5084 7421 8894 8909 9853

The winners of the fifth prize (Rs 1,000) are 1425 1453 2328 2361 2777 3170 3238 4176 4214 4569 5081 5580 5756 6671 7654 8561 8585 9139

The winners of the sixth prize (Rs 500) are 6927 6370 5321 9223 4236 3903 6045 0904 0870 6465 8481 1971 5633 3191 7512 2263 0983 0022 7911 2923 0103 3252 3269 1736 7257 4718 4121 1556 6368 7669 7237 6511 6013 9316 3248 0304

The winners of the seventh prize (Rs 200) are 0032 0352 0400 0481 0585 0923 1019 1260 2206 2449 2487 2506 2716 2757 3334 3340 3424 3538 3653 3704 4011 4049 4339 4616 5209 5289 5723 6515 6686 6763 6813 6969 7780 7969 8152 8450 8722 8790 8927 9098 9296 9576 9639 9852 9890

The winners of the eighth prize (Rs 100) are 0051 0057 0081 0128 0174 0196 0305 0553 0563 0640 0685 0706 0748 0821 1084 1280 1299 1491 1589 1789 1797 1805 1952 2066 2133 2136 2298 2515 2547 2614 2740 2755 2773 2776 2788 2799 2907 2934 2983 3022 3040 3146 3199 3237 3255 3353 3355 3360 3381 3596 3606 3686 3731 3995 4160 4216 4311 4316 4404 4452 4487 4647 4728 4756 5019 5222 5293 5557 5600 5601 5604 5804 5837 5948 6081 6102 6193 6224 6321 6332 6447 6453 6459 6497 6745 6764 6859 7040 7051 7062 7190 7289 7326 7483 7508 7604 7617 7890 7975 8033 8039 8115 8197 8232 8276 8318 8347 8422 8435 8542 8711 8732 8828 9081 9124 9403 9455 9479 9599 9601 9644 9654 9661 9855 9887 9920

The prize winners are advised to verify the winning numbers with the results published in the Kerala Government Gazette and surrender the winning tickets within 30 days.

Kerala Sthree Sakthi Lottery

Sthree Sakthi lottery ticket has 9 prizes including a consolation prize. The first prize winner receives Rs 75 lakh and the second and third prizes get Rs 10 lakh and Rs 5,000 respectively. The 10 percent of the first to third prizes will be deducted and the amount will be given to the agents (who sell the winning tickets) by the lottery agency. In the case of 3rd to 8th and the consolation prizes, 10 percent of the prize amount (agent’s commission) will be given from the fund allotted by the government.

Next Sthree Sakthi Kerala Lottery

The next Sthree Sakthi Draw will be held on March 1, 2022, at Gorky Bhavan, near Bakery Junction, in the state capital Thiruvananthapuram.

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Gorakhnath temple attack convict sentenced to death by NIA court

Gorakhnath temple attack convict Ahmad Murtaza Abbasi was sentenced to death, Monday, by a special anti-terror court.

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Gorakhnath temple attack convict Ahmad Murtaza Abbasi was sentenced to death, Monday, by a special anti-terror court.

A report quoting Additional Director General of Police (Law and Order), Prashan Kumar, said that Abbasi was awarded the death penalty under Section 121 of the Indian Penal Code by a special NIA court for attacking security personnel stationed at Gorakhnath temple in Uttar Pradesh’s Gorakhpur in April last year.

Abbasi, a chemical engineer, was arrested following an attack with a sharp-edged weapon on Uttar Pradesh Provincial Armed Constabulary (PAC) personnel posted at the Gorakhnath temple.

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Police said that after interrogation, Abbasi revealed he was in cahoots with the Islamic State and had taken an oath to fight for the global terrorist group. They said that Abbasi was also providing financial aid to the terror group’s sympathizers and supporters.

Ahmad Murtaza Abbasi, a resident of Civil Lines area in UP’s Gorakhpur, is an IIT-ian with a degree in chemical engineering from IIT-Mumbai.

According to the police, Abbasi suffered from mental health issues for which he underwent treatment from several doctors and ultimately led to him separating from his wife in 2017.

On April 3 last year, Abbasi tried to force his way inside the Gorakhnath temple, when stopped, he proceeded to attack the security men deployed there with a sickle in which two constables were injured. However, he was overpowered and arrested.

The ATS investigation revealed that the Abbasi’s attack was part of a “deep conspiracy.” The UP Home Department had said the attack could be termed as a terror incident.

Mughal Garden: Opening date, timing, entry price and how to book Amrit Udyan tickets online

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Mughal Garden: Opening date, timing, entry price and how to book Amrit Udyan tickets online

Mughal Garden, now renamed Amrit Udyan, at Rashtrapati Bhavan is all set to open for the public from January 31. President Droupadi Murmu on Sunday graced the opening of the gardens of Rashtrapati Bhavan, Udyan Utsav 2023.

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Mughal Garden, now renamed Amrit Udyan, at Rashtrapati Bhavan is all set to open for the public from January 31. President Droupadi Murmu on Sunday graced the opening of the gardens of Rashtrapati Bhavan, Udyan Utsav 2023.

Mughal Garden has been renamed to commemorate the 75 years of independence. In keeping with the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav celebration’s theme, the garden has also been given a new name, Amrit Udyan.

Amrit Udyan’s opening and closing date

Amrit Udyan opens once a year to the public. This year, it will remain open for the general public from January 31 to March 26. However, it will be closed on all Mondays and on March 1 and 2 due to G20 meetings and March 8 on the occasion of Holi.

The garden will be accessible to special groups from March 28 to March 31. Amrit Udyan will open for farmers on March 28, people with disabilities on March 29, members of the armed forces, paramilitary groups, and police on March 30, and self-organized groups of tribal women on March 31.

Entry and exit for all visitors will be from gate number 35 of the President’s Estate, close to where North Avenue meets Rashtrapati Bhavan.

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Amrit Udyan timings

People can visit Amrit Udyan during the time period between 10 am and 4 pm.

How to book Amrit Udyan tickets online?

  • Go to the official website of Rashtrapati Bhavan at https://rashtrapatisachivalaya.gov.in or https://rb.nic.in/rbvisit/visit_plan.aspx.
  • On the homepage, select the option that reads Mughal Garden Visit.
  • Enter the required details such as name, date of visit, etc.
  • After that, you are required to submit your photo ID.
  • Click on the register button.

People can also buy Amrit Udyan tickets offline. Walk-in visitors have to register themselves at the facilitation counters as well as at the self-service kiosk near Gate 12 of Rashtrapati Bhavan. The visitors will have 6 slots to choose from, so it is advised to make prior bookings to avoid rushing at the gate.

The number of guests that can be reserved at once is 30. However, schools and colleges reserve a maximum of 50 at a time.

Amrit Udyan entry/ticket price

There is no fee for the booking of slots or entry to the Gardens of Rashtrapati Bhavan during Udyan Utsav. Visitors must, however, pay Rs 50 to enter Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Rashtrapati Bhavan will be open five days a week from Wednesday to Sunday and the Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum six days a week from Tuesday to Sunday. People can also witness the change of guard ceremony every Saturday, except on gazetted holidays.

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Bank holidays February 2023: Banks to remain shut for 10 days, check dates here

Apart from festivals, banks will also remain shut on the second and fourth Saturdays.

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Bank holidays February 2023

Every month banks across the country remain shut due to festivals and other public and private holidays. In February 2023, both private and public banks will not function for 10 days. However, the holidays differ from state to state.

Festivals like Guru Ravidas Jayanti, Hazrat Ali Jayanti, Maha Shivaratri, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, and others will be celebrated in February which might affect the functioning of banks in several states.

Full list of bank holidays in February 2023

DATEDAYHOLIDAYSTATES 
5 February 2023 Sunday Hazrat Ali Jayanti Uttar Pradesh 
5 February 2023 Sunday Guru Ravidas Jayanti Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana & Punjab 
15 February 2023 Wednesday Lui-Ngai-Ni Manipur 
18 February 2023 Saturday Maha Shivaratri Several states of India 
19 February 2023 Sunday Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti Maharashtra 
20 February 2023 Monday State Day  Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram 
21 February 2023 Tuesday Losar Sikkim 

Apart from this, banks will also remain shut on the second and fourth Saturdays.

DATEDAYHOLIDAYSTATES 
12 February 2023 Saturday Second Saturday All States 
15 February 2023 Tuesday Lui-Ngai-Ni  Manipur 
19 February 2023 Sunday Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti Maharashtra 
25 February 2023 Saturday Fourth Saturday All States 

For those unversed, the Reserve Bank of India categorises holidays into three categories-Holiday under the Negotiable Instruments Act and Real-Time Gross Settlement Holidays, Holidays under the Negotiable Instruments Act, and Banks’ Closing of Accounts.

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In January 2023, banks across the country will remain shut for 14 days.

Date  Day    Holiday    State  
January 1, 2023SundayNew Year Bank Holiday & Weekend Bank HolidayAll over India
January 2, 2023MondayNew Year Bank CelebrationMizoram
January 5, 2023ThursdayGuru Gobind Singh JayantiHaryana and Rajasthan
January 8, 2023SundayWeekend Bank HolidayAll over India
January 11, 2023WednesdayMissionary DayMizoram
January 14, 2023SaturdaySecond Saturday Bank HolidayAll over India
January 15, 2023SundayWeekend Bank HolidayAll over India
January 22, 2023SundayWeekend Bank HolidayAll over India
January 23, 2023MondayNetaji Subash Chandra Bose JayantiTripura and West Bangal
January 25, 2023WednesdayState DayHimachal Pradesh
January 26, 2023ThursdayRepublic DayAll over India
January 28, 2023SundayFourth Saturday Bank HolidayAll over India
January 29, 2023SundayWeekend Bank HolidayAll over India
January 31, 2023MondayMe-Dam-Me-PhiAssam

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