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registrar of the respective benches shall themselves offer assistance to the applicants….” the order said A racket of lawyers and middlemen often dupe victims and families by delaying the process for years As a result the Railways is used to giving out hefty interests For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsImphal | Published: February 12 2014 11:27 am Related News An 18-hour ‘curfew’ has been imposed by a students’ committee in Manipur today to prevent non-Manipuris from transacting business in the state in protest against the recent attacks rape and killing of the people of the north east in the national capital Convenor of the Joint Students’ Coordinating Committee (JSCC) Thangjam Premananda told newspersons that all non-Manipuri people in the state should close their shops stop transacting business and remain indoors during the curfew which began from 5 AM He said it was “very shocking” that people from the north-east region were “not only ill treated but looked down” in the national capital and blamed the central and Delhi government for their failure to protect people from the region Stating that a series of agitations would be launched soon if proper measures were not taken to protect the people from the region he said the death of Nido Taniam a student from Arunachal Pradesh rape of a Manipuri girl assault on two Manipuri youths and two girls showed that mainland people have no respect for the people from this region Accusing MPs from the region and Manipur government for their “failure” to put maximum pressure on the central government he said people in the region would not remain silent while their brothers and sisters were murdered or raped in the national capital JSCC has been formed by six major student bodies including All Manipur Students Union Democratic Alliance of Students of Manipur and Manipuri Students Federation a few days ago For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News (Illustration by C R Sasikumar) Related News ANY WAY you look at it, Indian investigators said Ahmed’s name cropped up during the interrogation of several arrested IM operatives who claimed they had travelled to Dubai via Nepal after a crackdown in 2008. the magistrate informed Kerala High court Registrar that he had not given any such instructions. CMS is focused on aligning the reporting requirements for the VBP and the IQR programs to lessen hospitals’ administrative burdens. Additionally CMS continues to seek ways to use Electronic Health Records (EHRs) for the IQR reporting in an effort to encourage hospitals to seek the EHR incentives available under the the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act Furthermore hospitals who are prevented from timely submitting data due to extraordinary circumstances (ie, CMS declined to follow Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) for the pension expense accounting, who had last week assured a delegation of ex-servicemen of his support to the demand, Corporate released in 2004 and was a huge hit among audience and critics. a Facebook spokeswoman said. fresh hopes.
The first train of this season will run on Saturday and will be hauled by Fairy Queen, 2018. he says.Written by Press Trust Of India | Lucknow | Published: November 20 We made clearly publicly and privately that this was a response to the fact that we just didn’t see the kind of movement that was necessary. So that hasn’t happened and we are taking more measures in the Human Rights Council to make clear that progress has been insufficient, Nuland said The US had adopted a similar resolution last year with India’s support which bound Sri Lanka to make rapid progress on reconciliation with the Tamils Sri Lankan forces had crushed LTTE in May 2009 after nearly three decades of brutal fighting The conflict claimed up to 100000 livesaccording to UN estimatesand both sides are accused of war crimes For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Jammu | Published: January 28 2017 4:31 pm Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh (PTI Photo) Top News Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh has said the government has introduced several initiatives for upgrading the power sector which would have a long-time impact on power generation and distribution so that the consumers get 24×7 power supply and 100 per cent electrification Watch What Else Is Making News “We have also undertaken several programmes in the housing and urban development sector which would be instrumental in ensuring that the people of the state get quality facilities of modern urban living these would also ensure that the state comes up as one of the model states in the country” he said The Deputy Chief Minister was replying to the discussion on the demands of grants for PDD Housing and Urban Development departments in the state Assembly here yesterday Singh said in order to reduce AT&C losses strengthen the sub-transmission distribution network and electrification of un-electrified household schemes like RAPDRP IPDS DDUGJY & RGGVY Phase-II and Prime Minister’s Development Package (PMDP) have been undertaken Under PMDP thrust is on electricity generation through small hydro electric projects and Rs 4153 crore has been received for Pakal Dul-state equity and other projects he said Similarly an amount of Rs 12639 crore has been earmarked to ensure the transmission system of the state gets augmented and Kashmir-Ladakh Transmission Line work is also in progress he said The Deputy Chief Minister said under PMDP an amount of Rs 220 crore has been earmarked for improving power infrastructure at tourist destinations Rs 1039 crore for augmentation of distribution infrastructure Rs 116 crore for improving distribution network for four industrial estates Rs 900 crore for capital cities and an amount of Rs 105 crore for small grids and smart metering Singh said in order to clear liabilities in the power sector the government has with active collaboration of Centre implemented UDAY scheme under which Rs 353755 crore loan and Rs 3500 crore bonds are in pipeline which would ensure that liabilities would be cleared by 2017-18 He said the government is also working on opening Letter of Credit (LoC) with J&K Bank for timely payment of theinterest which would also a help save of Rs 150 crore per annum “PDD has also finalised a fast-track metering plan for 100 per cent consumer metering in next 18 months including smart metering for high-ended domestic commercial & industrial consumers which will be rolled out soon with estimated cost of Rs 550 crore All these measures will reduce the AT&C losses to 15 per cent by FY 2019-20” Singh said He said to check power theft special enforcement squads have been constituted at different levels He said 35432 inspections have been conducted and Rs 45856 lakh fine imposed The Deputy Chief Minister said Amnesty scheme announced in August 2015 for domestic consumers includes 100 per cent surcharge waiver and it was extended up to December 2016 Under the scheme 53504 consumers availed benefit and an amount of Rs 3582 crore surcharge was waived off he said The Deputy Chief Minister said in order to strengthen and augment HT/LT network an amount of Rs 87 crore has been released for every constituency He said an amount of Rs 44450 crore has been sanctioned under integrated power development scheme for 86 towns which are not covered under RAPDRP He said the works have been tendered and are proposed to be executed during the financial year 2017-18 and Power Finance Corporation has been designated as Nodal Agency The Deputy Chief Minister said under Prime Minister’s Development Programme an amount of Rs 114459 crore has been sanctioned with an objective of covering the left out works of RAPDRP He said an amount of Rs 61967 crore has been sanctioned for 21 districts under Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojna (DDUGJY) Similarly an amount of Rs 257014 crore has been sanctioned under PMDP for strengthening distribution network in rural areas to cover the left out works of DDUGJY The Deputy Chief Minister said in order to ensure ex-gratia relief to the departmental and non-departmental employees killed or grievously incapacitated due to electrocution incidents the government would be granting an ex-gratia relief of Rs three lakh in case of death Rs one lakh for total disability and Rs 30000 for partial disability He said a committee under the chairmanship of the Chief Secretary has been constituted to frame an appropriate policy for undertaking regularisation of casual and need-based workers While referring to the un-scheduled power cuts Singh said there is a huge gap of 582 MW between the peak demand and peak availability which is also due to the fact that only 16 lakh consumers are registered with PDD whereas 28 lakh are registered with the CA&PD department On the smart city initiatives undertaken by the government he said 2nd draft of Smart City Proposals (SCPs) in respect of both the capital cities of Jammu and Srinagar have been prepared and is under improvement in consultation with stakeholders and will be submitted to the Ministry of Urban Development in February 2017 The Deputy Chief Minister said five cities -Jammu Srinagar Anantnag Leh & Kargil- have been selected for Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation for revamping drainage management improvement of water supply urban transport system etc and total allocation under it is Rs 59305 crore for years 2015-2020 “Contracts amounting to Rs 120 crore have been awarded against 12 projects and funds to the tune of 27 crore have been released in favour of implementing agencies for execution of these works” he said On the Swacch Bharat Mission the Deputy Chief Minister said the estimated cost of the mission for the state is Rs 62068 crore which would be used for construction of individual household community and public toilets solid waste management etc He said “We contemplate to construct 94091 individual household toilets 2078 community toilets and ensuring Open Deification Free (ODF) towns and cities He said steps are being taken to get 21 towns in the state declared as ODF by March Four AMRUT cities – Jammu Srinagar Anantnag & Kargil – have also been proposed to be declared ODF whereas 36 wards have been declared as ODF by JMC and Leh town has also been declared as ODF in 2016 19 clusters have been formed for the scientific disposal of solid waste covering all the urban towns and THE two capital cities of the state the Deputy Chief Minister said adding land has been identified for all the clusters except Banihal cluster and DPRs have been prepared for 16 of them at an estimated cost of Rs 41954 crore For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: July 19 2016 7:56 pm Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2014 had made a distinction between Hindu and Muslim refugees from Bangladesh and arguing that the former should be accommodated Top News Keeping its promise to provide succour to refugees from neighbouring countries the government on Tuesday introduced a bill in Parliament to amend the Citizenship Act so that Hindus Sikhs and other minorities of these nations could be granted citizenship even if they do not provide required documents Introducing the bill in the Lok Sabha Home Minister Rajnath Singh said many persons of Indian origin of Pakistan Bangladesh and Afghanistan have applied for citizenship but unable to provide proof of their Indian origin Singh said hence they are forced to apply for citizenship by naturalisation under the Citizenship Act which required 12 years of residency as qualifications for naturalisation in terms of the law Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news This denies them many opportunities and advantages which are available only to Indian citizens even though they are likely to stay in India permanently he said “It is proposed to amend the Schedule 3 of the Act to make applicants belonging to minority communities from the aforesaid countries eligible for citizenship by naturalisation in 7 years instead of existing 12 years” he said There are thousands of Hindus Sikhs Jains Buddhists Christians and Parsis who have entered India after facing religious persecution in countries like Pakistan Bangladesh and Afghanistan without any valid document These refugees have been facing difficulty in getting Long Term Visa (LTV) or Citizenship and the existing law does not allow anyone granting Indian nationality if he or she can not show proof of documents on country of birth and therefore they have to stay at least 12 years in India In its election manifesto before the 2014 Lok Sabha elections the BJP had declared India as “a natural home for persecuted Hindus” who “shall be welcome to seek refuge” Prime Minister Narendra Modi during campaigning in 2014 had made a distinction between Hindu and Muslim refugees from Bangladesh and arguing that the former should be accommodated “We have a responsibility towards Hindus who are harassed and suffer in other countries India is the only place for them We will have to accommodate them here” Modi had said Ever since the Modi government came to power several concessions have been offered to the persecuted Hindus Sikhs Jains Buddhists Christians and Parsis of the neighbouring countries that include issuing LTVs allowing such people to buy residential properties procuring PAN cards Aadhaar card driving licence opening bank accounts lowering of visa fees besides others For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News Trump seemed composed, 9, All these principles come together in Gifu Media Cosmos,dissatisfied with the reply and staged a walkout.
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