UPSC PRELIMINARY MOCK TEST 107
Section 144 CrPC
Section 125 IPC
Section 144 IPC
Section 125 CrPC
- It gives power to a District Magistrate, a sub- divisional Magistrate or any other Executive Magistrate on behalf of the State Government to issue an order to an individual or the general public in a particular place or area to "abstain from a certain act" or "to take certain order with respect to certain property in his possession or under his management".
- This order can be passed against a particular individual or general public. The order can be passed even ex-parte.
- As held by the Supreme Court, mere apprehension of danger is not a sufficient ground to curb citizens' rights by invoking Section 144 CrPC.
The incentive given by a bank to a merchant for accepting payments through debit cards pertaining to that bank.
The charge to a merchant by a bank for accepting payments from his customers through the bank's debit cards.
The incentive given by the Government to customers when they use debit cards for nancial transactions when purchasing goods or services.
The incentive given by the Government to merchants for promoting digital payments by their customers through Point of Sale (PoS) machines and debit cards.
MDR is the fee that the store accepting the customer's card has to pay to the bank when the customer swipes it for payments. The MDR compensates the bank issuing the card, the bank which puts up the swiping machine (Point-of-Sale or PoS terminal) and network providers such as Mastercard or Visa for their services. MDR charges are usually shared in a pre-agreed proportion between them.
Rani ki vav, Patan
Brihadeshwara temple, Thanjavur
Kailash temple, Ellora
Qutb Minar, Mehrauli
Kailash temple - around 8th century
Rani ki vav, Patan and Brihadeshwara temple, Thanjavur - 11th century
Qutb Minar - 13th century
Improvisation: PIB ;
International Organization for Migration