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Re: Achievement tracking - Modi Govt. No discussions

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Re: Achievement tracking - Modi Govt. No discussions

Postby raj-senthil » 10 Feb 2017 23:02

Good if this happens..


Government to make all ration shops Aadhaar-enabled by June:
The government is planning to make all ration shops under the public distribution system in the country Aadhaar-enabled by June 30 this year, IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said.

"We will make all 5.58 lakh ration shops Aadhar-enabled by June 30. We are in discussion with Food and Consumer Affairs Ministry for this. Our IT department will work with food and supply department to enable this. We will also request states to come on Aadhaar ecosystem," Prasad told reporters in New Delhi.

He said that the government is soon going to roll out 20 lakh Aadhaar-enabled point of sales machines for delivery of rations.

He said that already all ration cards in Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh and Rajasthan have been made Aadhar-enabled.

"In Gujarat, even payment in ration shops is being made using thumb impression which is linked to Aadhaar," Prasad said.

He said that Rajasthan has reported saving of 14.68 per cent wheat, 20.12 per cent sugar and 39.13 per cent kerosene after implementation of Aadhaar-based ration system.

"We give food subsidy to the tune of Rs 1.2 lakh which, if saved, can be used for welfare schemes," Prasad said.

He also said that the government is working on bringing everyone under the Aadhar system by June 30.

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Re: Achievement tracking - Modi Govt. No discussions

Postby jamwal » 16 Feb 2017 14:01

http://www.financialexpress.com/industr ... as/553575/

Modi revives three-decade-old plan to build India’s first passenger jet, a 14-seat aircraft, called Saras
India is reviving a three-decade-old plan to build its first passenger aircraft as the South Asian country struggles to join an exclusive club of Asian nations that have advanced far ahead in creating their own home-made jets.

HomeIndustry Modi revives three-decade-old plan to build India’s first passenger jet, a 14-seat aircraft, called Saras
Modi revives three-decade-old plan to build India’s first passenger jet, a 14-seat aircraft, called Saras
India is reviving a three-decade-old plan to build its first passenger aircraft as the South Asian country struggles to join an exclusive club of Asian nations that have advanced far ahead in creating their own home-made jets.
By: Bloomberg | Published: February 16, 2017 1:10 PM
The development of the twin-turboprop plane suffered a setback in 2009 when a test flight ended in a fiery crash, killing all three crew on board. (PTI) The development of the twin-turboprop plane suffered a setback in 2009 when a test flight ended in a fiery crash, killing all three crew on board. (PTI)
India is reviving a three-decade-old plan to build its first passenger aircraft as the South Asian country struggles to join an exclusive club of Asian nations that have advanced far ahead in creating their own home-made jets. A 14-seat aircraft, called Saras, is undergoing preliminary tests, Jitendra Jadhav, director of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research at state-controlled National Aerospace Laboratories, said in an interview in Bengaluru on Wednesday. The development of the twin-turboprop plane suffered a setback in 2009 when a test flight ended in a fiery crash, killing all three crew on board.
India may need a few hundred small planes that can carry less than 30 people over the next five to seven years for Prime Minister Narendra Modi to succeed in his plan to boost air links in remote areas of the country, according to Sydney-based CAPA Centre for Aviation. India’s air force, which has committed to purchasing 15 of the Saras planes, needs to test the aircraft before certifications and sale to commercial airlines, Jadhav said.
The process of getting full certification could take as long as three years, he said

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Re: Achievement tracking - Modi Govt. No discussions

Postby IndraD » 20 Feb 2017 20:28

Modi govt has price regulated stents there by enabling many more patients with heart attacks get stent & angioplasty than before. Hospitals were charging up to 1000% inflated prices. Also many medical devices such as orthopedic implants to be price regulated next http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/indi ... 252336.cms

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Heart attack caused by rupture of plaque in one of coronary arteries has traditionally been treated with clot busters with inherent complications & not so good outcome. Angioplasty with stent are far superior in improving quality of life, mortality and morbidity. In India angioplasty and stent was possible for very few due to price. Now with price regulation many more people will likely get stents.


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