The government has implemented online transportation as well as Aadhaar. This puts an end to the tragic event of going through it. No one needs to go up to the village for land transfer. But be careful not to fall prey to the new scams of village officials.
R.O.R (Record of Rights)
There is a condition that the certificate should be purchased from the village. You do not have to spend a single rupee to get an R.O.R certificate.
The certificate can be issued within 5 minutes if the application is submitted to the village. But the new tactic is to harass people and extort money by telling them unnecessary things like checking property, measuring property and checking documents.
No one to base R.O.R. Do not pay bribes for the certificate as doing so will lead to a new bribery system.
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The fact that only 200 people in Kerala have used this facility for eight months since the government gave permission to register the Aadhaar itself shows the reluctance and conservatism of the people to accept the new one. Writing the evidence yourself does not mean writing in the same way as traditional Aadhaar writers. The Kerala Registration Department website has copies of 19 types of documents. All you have to do is download it in PDF format, print it out and fill in the blanks. You can go to the registry office with it and register the evidence.
If you do not know how to fill it out, just fill in the blanks. Aadhaar writers are not required. It is enough to pay a small fee for filling in even if it is filled with Aadhaar writers. You do not have to pay tens of thousands as a percentage of the price shown on the basis as before. All you have to do is fill out a form.
It is a shame that the Kerala community has not yet realized the fact that Aadhaar writing has been reduced to a form filling. It’s frustrating that people do not keep up with the times.
Authentic writing is more about filling out a form on the government’s registration department’s site than writing it out in a way that no one can understand. Why just stand for base robbery. Relevant writers should be prepared to fill out the form of the Aadhaar by accepting a reasonable reward and to establish the royal prestige of the Aadhaar writer. Computerization in all spheres is a necessity of the times. No one loses their job or salary due to this. Looting and corruption will gradually disappear.
In fact, it was enough to pay only the writing fee to write the evidence. They do more than just write. That is why tens of thousands and lakhs of rupees were being paid for writing. This is a base robbery carried out by exploiting the ignorance of the people.
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Here comes Tuesday, 2-22-22, a.k.a. Twosday. (It can mean anything you want it two.)
Births! Weddings! Tacos! The numbers line up nicely on Feb. 22, 2022, but at least one numerologist isn’t terribly impressed.
Before she even knew she was pregnant with her second child, Ashley Brauer O’Connor had a dream, or maybe a prophecy. Back in May 2021, she dreamed she was scheduling a Caesarean section for Feb. 22, 2022: 2-22-22, arguably the most interesting birthday to come along in almost a decade, since 12-12-12. She soon found out she was pregnant, but her estimated due date was five days later: Feb. 27. Oh well.
Months later, her doctor informed her the baby was breech. Did she want to schedule a C-section?
“And I’m like, ‘Is it possible that 2-22 is available at the hospital?’” It was. It felt “like deja vu,” says O’Connor, 38, of Los Angeles. “So, yes, our second child, on a Tuesday” — Twosday!! — “2-22.”
That’s the date Jules Zia Passell has been counting down to her whole life: Born in 2000, she will turn 22 on 2-22-22.
“It’s been the birthday I’ve waited for. I actually I didn’t care about my 21st at all,” she says. She has always found herself gravitating toward the number two and wondered what her 22nd birthday, the fated date when all the twos in her life would align in some sort of cosmic coincidence, might bring.
“My whole life, I’ve been trying to find the meaning for it,” says Passell. “I’m still searching.”
As weirdness goes in these very weird times, Feb. 22 might not rate much more than a blip, but it does spark curious notions and a line of existential inquiry: Does it mean everything, or anything, or nothing at all? What is time, anyway, other than an arbitrary human construct that happened to, in this instance, align in a way that’s appealing to the pattern-recognition parts of our brains? Is it the ultimate Taco Tuesday?
Better: it is “Nacho Average Taco Twosday,” according to a novelty shirt that brands Feb. 22 as “a fun way to mark the unique, once-in-a-lifetime … date for taco lovers, families and friends.” (What the shirt fails to mention is that it is also National Margarita Day. Kismet!)
Kanye West, now known as Ye, has scheduled a live performance in Miami on the 22nd, ostensibly to preview his newest release, “Donda 2.” The Atlantis resort in the Bahamas is offering 22% off, starting at $222, on hotel rooms (guests must stay a minimum of two nights). A purveyor of NFTs plans to mint 2,222 of them that day. And celebrity astrologer Aliza Kelly is going on “The Drew Barrymore Show” — it’s the actress’s birthday — to talk about what it all means.
First of all: “When we have a repeating number such as two two-two two-two, we have this sort of metaphysical thought which says that this evokes a feeling within us because it is connected to these higher esoteric metaphysical frequencies that align us,” Kelly says.
“For some people, they may see a repeating number … as an affirmation of sorts, a sort of green light from the universe that they’re on their right path or that they’re protected, or that they have, you know, a guide or a spirit who is communicating with them, who is not earthbound.” As Kelly wrote in Allure, some people refer to those repeating digits as “Angel Numbers.”
And if we look to the stars and planets? Well, on Feb. 22, 2022, our great nation is making its first “Pluto Return,” meaning Pluto will be in the same place it was on July 4, 1776.
“Pluto, in astrology, is associated with transformation and metamorphosis, and really powerful epic change that really originates from the interior before revealing itself on an exterior level,” says Kelly, who notes that although the planet’s placement will be precise on the 22nd, we’ve been feeling its effects for the last few years. Which — okay! — explains a lot, if you happen to believe in that sort of thing.
Morten Heedegaard does not.
“Literally, it’s useless, because what should make that day any different from any other date, apart from the fact that humans have invented a way of counting days, and years, and months? And by coincidence, that date is going to be a date full of twos, and we originate our timing from a day and a year at which a certain guy named Jesus was born,” he says. “I’m not sure there’s any bigger meaning for it.”
Nevertheless, since 2016, he has maintained a website counting down to the time 22:22 on 2-22-22 (expressed as 22-2-22 in Denmark, where he lives, he notes).
“It started actually as a bit of a joke,” says Heedegaard, 50. “I’m kind of a numbers geek.” To the point where he researched the places in the world that lie at 22 degrees latitude and 22 degrees longitude. There are four of them: Two in the Atlantic Ocean, one in the desert in Libya, and another in western Botswana. He’s not sure what people there are doing to celebrate the momentous occasion, but he has heard from other fans of the date: Numerologists, engaged couples, and even doomsayers, some spouting unsubstantiated claims that Feb. 22 will be the date tensions between Russia and Ukraine escalate.
Time has gotten a bit jumbled for people in the last two years, between lockdowns and working from home and the general way that living in a pandemic has unmoored us. Maybe 2-22-22 can help us restore our sense of time, Heedegaard thinks.
“I tried to make a tweet at one point, addressing the United Nations to make that date the day of self celebration and self-care,” he says. “They didn’t respond.”
It’s definitely going to be a day of celebrations, though. Especially weddings. The county clerk who presides over licenses in Las Vegas expects it to be one of the busiest days ever, beating the previous marriage record from July 7, 2007 (7-7-07). In Singapore, about 500 couples will get hitched, nine times the usual number of marriages in one day. The date is considered to be auspicious in the Chinese calendar, reports the South China Morning Post, because of its even numbers, and the fact that it is a palindrome in countries that record dates as day/month/year: 22/02/2022.
Source : washingtonpost