T-Mobile offering a free 4K 50-inch TV when you buy a Samsung phone

Today, T-Mobile announced a new deal for new and existing T-Mobile customers. If you purchase any Samsung Flagship smartphone and add a new line of service or activate two lines of service if you’re a new customer, the carrier will give you a free Samsung 50-inch 4K TV.

In order to qualify, you need to register for the promotion online and the TV will be shipped to you at some later time. The offer will be available until free TV supply is depleted so there’s no official end date.

Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S9

It’s worth noting that T-Mobile didn’t say this was going to be a Smart TV so don’t expect one if you do want to take advantage of this deal. It may not be worth buying an extra phone and adding an extra line if you’re not going to use it just to get a free TV. Otherwise, if you are already going to buy a new Samsung phone and sign up for an extra line, then you might as well take advantage of this promotion.

To qualify, you need to purchase any Samsung flagship (Samsung Galaxy Note9, S9, S9+, S8, or S8 Active) on an Equipment Installment Plan and add a new line of service and then register to get the promotion online


Apply For JRF Under Namami Gange Programme, Uttar Pradesh

Apply For JRF Under Namami Gange Programme, Uttar Pradesh

JRF Recruitment 2018; 24 Posts Under Namami Gange Programme

Candidates with postgraduate degree in Chemistry, Environmental Management, Environmental Science, Life Sciences with NET or GATE qualification can appear for the interview for the award of JRF under Namami Gange Programme. A total of 24 fellowships are available. Interview will be held on November 22, 2018 at Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board, Gomati Nagar, Lucknow. The registration time is 10 am to 11 am and candidates must carry certificates and testimonials in original for verification. The upper age limit for applicants is 28 years.

Upon selection JRFs will receive monthly emolument of Rs. 32000 (fixed). Candidates will posted at Central Laboratory Lucknow, Regional Offices at Bijnaur, Bulandshahr, Ghaziabad, Kanpur, Rae Bareli, Allahabad and Varanasi.

‘The above position is purely temporary and co-terminus with the project. The service of the selected candidate will stand terminated automatically after the expiry of the project or completion of the project period mentioned in the offer of appointment whichever is earlier. The period can be extended further by the Competent Authority as per requirement annually. He/She will not have any right to claim for regularization or absorption whatsoever in regular vacancies of Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board (UPPCB),’ reads the notice released by UPPCB


JNUSU Accuses Varsity Administration Of Not Releasing Pending Scholarship Fund

JNUSU Accuses Varsity Administration Of Not Releasing Pending Scholarship Fund

JNUSU Accuses Varsity Administration Of Not Releasing Pending Scholarship Fund

New Delhi: The Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union (JNUSU) accused the varsity administration Wednesday of not releasing over Rs. 50 lakh pending Merit-cum-Means scholarship to undergraduate and postgraduate students from the last eight months.

Some administration officials denied having knowledge about it.

The JNU administration has not released pending Merit-cum-Means scholarship to BA-MA students from the past eight months, the JNUSU said.

“The JNU administration, which has money to call likes of Sri Sri and Sadhguru to JNU and hold grand events diverting and spending students money, has not been releasing Rs. 50 lakh scholarship amount pending over last eight months,” the JNUSU said.

The JNUSU said with the money not being released, students are not able to meet their educational and daily expenses.

“It is important to note that the money for MCM is allocated from university’s funds and if the administration does not have money to release to students, it only means the money is being illegally diverted for other purposes which only entails corruption at the highest places in JNU administration,” the JNUSU said.

It asked the JNU administration to release a detailed and transparent account sheet of expenditure and allocation of funds immediately.

The JNUSU also sought to know from the administration whether the HRD ministry or UGC have asked the varsity not to disburse MCM or fellowship amount.


“JNUSU condemns this delay of MCM disbursal and demands JNU administration to release the amount and stop committing financial frauds that have reached its apex under the present JNU VC,” the students’ union said.


Watch: Hardik Pandya Has An Adorable Message For Brother Krunal On His T20I Debut

Watch: Hardik Pandya Has An Adorable Message For Brother Krunal On His T20I Debut

Brothers Hardik and Krunal Pandya usually hog the limelight while representing the Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Both of them are key members of the Mumbai-based IPL outfit as they were picked for their slogging and crucial wicket-taking abilities. On Sunday, when Krunal Pandya earned his maiden T20I cap for the national team to play against the Windies at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata, an elated Hardik Pandya took to Instagram to wish his brother on the achievement.

Hardik, who is still recovering from an injury he sustained during the Asia Cup 2018 said, “Well done my boy, this is what we dreamt of, lot’s of love, lot’s of love from my side.”

However, Hardik also said that he misses playing for India but feels happy to see his brother’s inclusion in the side. Apart from Krunal Pandya, fast bowler Khaleel Ahmed, too, earned his cap for the shortest format of the game.

Krunal Pandya made an early blunder at the start of his T20I career as he fumbled at the boundary while attempting to concede four runs in the first over of the match against the Windies at the Eden Gardens.

Krunal averages 26.86 in the T20s from 62 matches. He has a highest score of 86 runs with two half-centuries to his name.


2nd ODI: Pakistan Beat New Zealand By 6 Wickets, Level Series 1-1

2nd ODI: Pakistan Beat New Zealand By 6 Wickets, Level Series 1-1

Pakistan broke a 4-year losing streak of 12 consecutive ODIs against New Zealand. © AFP

Pakistan beat New Zealand by six wickets in the second day-night international in Abu Dhabi on Friday but the match was overshadowed by a worrying injury to opening batsman Imam-ul-Haq who was taken to hospital after being hit on the head by a short ball. Imam, on 16, was forced to retire after a short delivery from fast bowler Lockie Ferguson hit the grille of his helmet, making him dizzy before he fell to the ground. His eyes were closed but he did not lose consciousness.

Team management originally said that the 22-year-old would undergo CT scans and be monitored for the next 48 hours.

However, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) later said that scans had shown that the player had suffered no damage.

“Imam-ul-Haq all scans clear. He joined the team and will remain under observation of Team Physio,” the PCB tweeted.

On the pitch, pace bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi recorded his career best bowling while opener Fakhar Zaman hit a half-century to help Pakistan to a series-levelling victory.

Shaheen’s 4-38 kept New Zealand down to 209-9 in their 50 overs before Zaman returned to form with a run-a-ball 88 for his seventh fifty to guide Pakistan to their target for the loss of four wickets in 40.3 overs.

Veteran batsman Ross Taylor top-scored for New Zealand with a laborious 120-ball 86 not out and added 75 for the fifth wicket with Henry Nicholls, who made a gruelling 33 off 63 balls.

With the win Pakistan broke a four-year losing streak of 12 consecutive one-day internationals against the Black Caps, starting with a 2-3 defeat in the UAE in 2014.

New Zealand had also beaten Pakistan 2-0 (in New Zealand 2015), 2-0 (in New Zealand in 2016), 5-0 (in New Zealand in January this year) and in the first match of the current series by 47 runs in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday.

The win also sets up an intriguing final match in Dubai on Sunday.

“We wanted to stage a comeback and the team did well to do that,” said Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed.

“We kept them to a low total courtesy of Shaheen and then Fakhar and Babar batted so well.”

New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson admitted his team did not put a defendable total.

“A bit of scrapping that got us a total,” he said. “It wasn’t enough on that surface. We were outplayed.”

Zaman, who had a poor 57 runs in the last six one-day internationals, punished the New Zealand bowlers with 11 boundaries and had given Pakistan a rapid 54 run start with Imam.

Undeterred by Imam’s injury, Zaman added a quick 101 for the second wicket with Babar Azam who made a 50-ball 46 before both fell in the same Ferguson over.

Ferguson, who finished with 3-60, then had another lucky wicket of Shoaib Malik for ten when a ferocious pull deflected off Nicoll’s shoulder and was caught at mid-on by Ish Sodhi.

Sarfraz fell for 13 but Mohammad Hafeez hit the winning boundary to finish with 27 not out.

Earlier, the Taylor-Nicholls stand lifted New Zealand after Shaheen once again rocked the top order following his 4-46 in the first match.

Shaheen dismissed destructive opener Colin Munro in the second over of the innings, holing out to a tough catch by Hafeez.

In his next over he deflected a straight drive to run out Kane Williamson (one) at the non-striker’s end.

In his second spell, Shaheen yorked Tom Latham for one while Hafeez bowled George Worker for 28 to leave New Zealand struggling at 73-4.

Taylor, who made 80 in the first game, held one end intact and together with Nicholls ensured the innings did not finish under 200.

Nicholls was finally bowled in the 38th over by Hasan Ali who finished with 2-59.

Taylor hit three boundaries and a six for his 43rd half century in one-day internationals


After 52 Years Of Electoral Politics, Now No More Elections: Sharad Pawar

After 52 Years Of Electoral Politics, Now No More Elections: Sharad Pawar

“Now no election” was Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar’s one-line reply on being asked whether he would consider contesting next year’s Lok Sabha polls from Pune.

Mr Pawar and former Tripura governor Srinivas Patil were being interviewed by Sudhir Gadgil at a function in the city today to mark the launch of “Pune Ekekali“, a coffee-table book on Maharashtra’s second-largest city.

The question came up after Mr Pawar told the gathering about his long association with Pune, including having won polls for four consecutive years while studying in a local college.

“Perhaps, the elections fought and won in college were the foundation of my 52 years of electoral politics in Parliament and the (Maharashtra) Assembly,” the NCP chief said.

It was then that Mr Gadgil asked the former Union agriculture minister if he would consider contesting next year’s general election from Pune since he had such a long association with the city.

“Now no election,” Mr Pawar replied.

Addressing the function, the former Maharashtra chief minister also hailed acclaimed engineer Narhar Ganpat Pawar, who is credited with designing several landmark buildings of Pune.


“Narhar Ganpat Pawar built several iconic buildings, including that of the Sir Parashurambhau College (SP College at Sadashiv Peth in Pune). However, unfortunately, many Punekars do not know about his contribution,” Mr Pawar rued.