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Postby pankajs » 20 Nov 2018 17:43

Here is another success ....

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/ne ... 696591.cms
VVIP choppers case: Dubai court orders Christian Michel's extradition

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Postby SaiK » 27 Nov 2018 22:01

Another victory for India as China declares Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) is a part of India

https://postcard.news/another-victory-f ... -of-india/

Finally the best friend of Pakistan “China” has even accepted that Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) is a part of India. In a significant move China’s state run television China Global Television Network group (CGTN) part of the China Central Television, based in Beijing has portrayed Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) as part of original map of Jammu and Kashmir which has been a long standing demand by India for decades.

The picture of the entire state of Jammu and Kashmir by China’s state run television was displayed while reporting the terror attack on Chinese consulate last Friday.This move of Chinese Television has come as a surprise for the whole world. Being a good friend of Pakistan and always standing like a roadblock in the way of India, China has turned tables this time by favouring India. But it is suspected that it could be a deliberate attempt by the Chinese Government.

Although there is no confirmation on it yet, whether it was pre-planned move or not as China very well knows it can affect its relation with Pakistan. It may draw reaction from Islamabad and the Pakistan Army. It will also have implications for China-Pakistan-Economic-Corridor (CPEC). India has strong reservations on CPEC as it violates its sovereignty. CPEC is considered as the most important connectivity link under BRI.

Apart from that it is also not good news for Pakistan which is facing the worst crisis ever. It is begging door to door for the financial aid. It has approached International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a bailout second time in five years.

America has too snubbed Pakistan and has stopped all the financial aid it was earlier providing Pakistan.A week ago only The United States of America scrapped off USD 1.66 billion security assistance to Pakistan. “The US has suspended USD 1.66 billion in security assistance to Pakistan after President Donald Trump’s directive”, said the Pentagon.This move came soon after Donald Trump had issued a statement saying, “Pakistan doesn’t do a damn thing for the US”. Earlier, President Trump has also alleged that the Pakistani government had helped Al-Qaeda chief Osama Bin Laden and provided him a hideout at Abbottabad.

Prime Minister Imran Khan who has visited China earlier this month looked hopeful after his return. While addressing the Pakistani Media he said Pakistan has received a ‘big’ package from China.Although Prime Minister Imran Khan is quite hopeful for getting the financial assistance from its so called friend China but current scenario depicts a different story.A week after Imran Khan made statement regarding big package from China the Chinese consulate was attacked in Pakistan and now China run CGTN television has shown PoK as part of Jammu & Kashmir. It clearly signals China is not happy with its so-called ‘friend’ Pakistan.

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Postby hanumadu » 29 Nov 2018 00:47

https://www.opindia.com/2018/11/ganga-cleaning-got-a-major-boost-the-river-got-rid-of-waste-from-asias-largest-sewer/
Cleaning of river Ganga got a major boost when the engineers in Kanpur finally got rid of waste from Sissamau Nalla, diverting it to Jajamau sewage treatment plant. The drain was reputed to be Asia’s largest and is about 128 years old.

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Postby disha » 29 Nov 2018 11:50

https://swarajyamag.com/insta/namami-gange-lifts-128-year-old-curse-on-holy-river-discharge-from-asias-largest-sisamau-drain-comes-to-a-stop

by Swarajya Staff - Nov 29 2018, 9:30 am,
‘Namami Gange’ Lifts 128-Year Old ‘Curse’ On Holy River: Discharge From Asia’s Largest Sisamau Drain Comes To A Stop
The River Ganga. (pic via Facebook)
In what is being hailed as the biggest victory yet for the ‘Namami Gange’ project to clean up the Ganga, 14 crore litres of sewage which used to be released into the river from the Sisamau drain every day is now being successfully diverted to the Jajmau treatment plant, reports Live Hindustan.

Sewage from the drain, which is reportedly 128 years old, used to be dumped into the river through the Bhairo Ghat. While 8 crore litres of the sewage had been successfully routed earlier, routing the remaining 6 crore litres proved to be an arduous task. However, this has now been achieved by Uttar Pradesh’s Jal Nigam and Namami Gange engineers.

The report states that engineers and their pumping machines were stretched to their limits in trying to control the flow of the sewage due to the velocity of the drain. The entire effort had been made more difficult due to an existing pipeline and a British-era drain obstructing the way.

Cleaning up the Ganga has been among Narendra Modi government’s top-most priorities with the ‘Namami Gange’ project having been launched for this specific purpose. Union Minister Nitin Gadkari had earlier announced that the project will be finished by December 2019.

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Postby Nikhil T » 04 Dec 2018 12:39

A record leap: LPG cylinder now used by 89% households in India

NEW DELHI: Nine out of 10 Indian homes now use cleaner cooking gas, a record improvement over just about five in 10 homes four years ago, as a result of the Modi government’s relentless effort at popularising cleaner fuel and subsidising subscription to poor families.

State oil companies, pushed by the oil ministry, have added record 10 crore consumers since April 2015, expanding the active consumer base by two-thirds. This has increased access to cooking gas, or liquefied petroleum gas ..

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Postby Vips » 08 Dec 2018 09:09

Rural electrification in full swing, connecting 7 lakh homes a week.

Rural electrification is galloping ahead with power lines connecting about 7 lakh homes every week as authorities are working overtime to ensure that every household that wants electricity should be linked to the grid by December 31.

The rapid growth is generating demand for electricity, which is good news for power plants because many are running below optimum capacity. It is also expected to significantly improve the quality of life in underdeveloped regions, apart from stimulating demand for bulbs and appliances.
Of the 3.56 crore households that were not connected, 2.1 crore have been electrified.

Experts said, within a year, the newly connected households will contribute significantly to power consumption because of pent-up demand in many regions and fresh rural demand.

“Electricity consumption growth has been robust in the last few months, also aided by growth in household electrification and reduction in power cuts,” Feedback Infra founder chairman Vinayak Chatterjee said. This would require fresh investment in power generation to meet future demand.

The International Energy Agency (IEA) recently said India’s move to energise every village in the country with electricity was one of the greatest success stories in the world this year. IEA, the global energy watchdog for the developed world, said such initiatives improve productivity that enhances economic well-being. It can also spur innovation which can boost micro-businesses, agricultural yields and help people get access to schools, banks and medical services, experts in the IEA said.

Power minister RK Singh said 15 states have completed electrification while another eight are close to achieving complete household electrification. States like Maharashtra, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh and Chhattisgarh are left with small number of un-electrified households and expected to achieve saturation any time, he had said last Thursday, exuding confidence that the government will achieve the complete household electrification targets by December 31.

Peak power demand of the country crossed 180 GW in October for the first time.

Data available on the power ministry’s Saubhagya dashboard showed that Uttar Pradesh has the maximum 56 lakh of the total 84 lakh un-electrified households. Rajasthan, Karnataka, Jharkhand, Assam and Meghalaya are some of the states that have un-electrified households.

Association of Power Producers director general Ashok Khurana said the country needs to commercialise coal production to help deliver the required electricity in the next three to four years.


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Postby Supratik » 08 Dec 2018 20:04

Transformation of Varanasi from a neutral activist.

https://swarajyamag.com/blogs/an-activi ... sformation

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Postby hanumadu » 10 Dec 2018 14:46

https://sniwire.com/increased-intelligence-co-operation-ensures-indias-wanted-men-can-no-longer-hide-from-the-law-abroad/

The extradition of Christian Michel James, the main accused in the Rs 3,600 crore AgustaWestland helicopter bribery scandal, has brought into focus the improvement in India-UAE relations, especially with regard to Abu Dhabi handing over wanted criminals sought by New Delhi. But it isn’t just the UAE alone. Over the past four years, New Delhi has managed to persuade many other countries to hand over or quietly deport several wanted criminals, radicalised youth, militant leaders and even half a dozen Dawood Ibrahim gang (D-gang) members absconding from as far back as the mid-1990s.
According to multiple sources, over 100 Indian nationals of different hues have been brought back to the country since 2014, thanks to the excellent intelligence and law enforcement cooperation between New Delhi and other world capitals. These countries include Thailand, Nepal, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Turkey, Oman, Qatar, Afghanistan and France, among others. Since 2014, the UAE alone is reported to have traced at least 30-35 radicalised youth who wanted to or had joined ISIS. Most of them were either born or raised in Gulf countries where they had gone in search of employment.

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Postby RKumar » 10 Dec 2018 18:09

Breaking News: UK court orders extradition of Vijay Mallya

Vijay Mallya should be extradited to India, London court rules

Mr Mallya attended Westminster Magistrates Court for the hearing.

Mr Mallya, whose business empire once included Kingfisher beer, left India in March 2016 after defaulting on debts of more than $1bn (£785m).

He denies "fleeing" from India, and says he made an "unconditional" offer to pay back the sum in full in July.

The businessman's fall from grace is being avidly tracked in India, where he was once listed as one of India's wealthiest people.

    -Vijay Mallya: India's most controversial businessman?
    -India's 'King of Good Times' to learn fate
Mr Mallya built his fortune from Kingfisher beer, before branching out into Indian cricket and Formula 1 racing. He set up the now defunct Kingfisher Airlines in 2005.

He faces a raft of charges relating to financial irregularities at Kingfisher Airlines. His monetary affairs are being investigated by India's Central Bureau of Investigation and the Enforcement Directorate, which handles financial crimes.

In 2012, he sold a majority stake in his United Spirits group to UK drinks giant Diageo. The deal was supposed to help Mr Mallya reduce United Spirits' debts and free up funds for Kingfisher Airlines.

But the airline, which was grounded in 2012, lost its flying permit the following year. It made annual losses for five years in a row and finally collapsed after lenders refused to give it fresh loans.

Mr Mallya's total debts, including unpaid wages and operating costs, are estimated to exceed $1bn.

He is a high-profile figure who has in the past been called "India's Richard Branson" and the "King of Good Times" for his lavish lifestyle.

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Postby Ashokk » 27 Dec 2018 01:40

PSBs’ recovery against NPAs doubles this year
NEW DELHI: Public sector banks reported recovery of Rs 60,713 crore against non-performing assets (NPAs) in the first half of the current year, which is double of the amount recovered in the corresponding period last year and more significant returns on high-value accounts are expected, the government has said.

In response to a parliamentary question, the finance ministry said following amendments to the Banking Regulation Act, the Reserve Bank of India directed banks to initiate insolvency proceedings before the National Company Law Tribunal in 41 cases, 12 of which had cumulative outstanding of Rs 1,97,769 crore as on March 31, 2017. The remaining 29 had an outstanding of Rs 1,35,846 crore as on June 30, 2017.

“As per RBI data on global operations (with provisional data for September 2018), during the last three and a half financial years, NPAs of scheduled commercial banks reduced by Rs 2,83,770 crore due to recoveries,” the government told BJP MPs Kirti Azad and Bharatiben Shiyal.

The government said measures such an asset quality review (AQR) initiated in 2015 for clean and fully provisioned balance sheets revealed a high incidence of NPAs that were piling up since 2008 — a period when UPA was in office. “As per RBI inputs, primary reasons for spurt in stressed assets is aggressive lending practices, wilful default, loan frauds, corruption in some cases and an economic slowdown,” it added.

The AQR enforced by the Modi government led to stressed accounts being reclassified as NPAs and expected losses were provided for. The transparent recognition of stressed assets led to gross NPAs of scheduled commercial banks increasing from Rs 2,51,054 crore as on March 31, 2014 to Rs 3,09,399 crore on March 31, 2015; Rs 5,66,247 crore on March 31, 2016; Rs 7,28,740 crore on March 31, 2017 and Rs 9,62,621 crore on March 31, 2018. This provisionally declined to Rs 9,46,062 on September 30, 2018.

The government said rise in NPAs was in good part due to banks being made to recognise stressed assets as NPAs and the withdrawal of restructuring schemes in 2017-18. This led to an honest appraisal of the state of bank finances and the role played by indiscreet and risky lending in the past.

With the adoption of a ‘creditor-in-saddle’ approach under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, and interim resolution professionals taking over management of a corporate debtor at the outset, the incentive to abuse the legal system has been taken away, the finance ministry said.

The Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act, 2002, has been amended to make it more effective with a three-month jail term for a borrower who does not provide asset details and for the lender to get possession of mortgaged property in 30 days.

Public sector banks have created stressed asset verticals for stringent recovery, set our protocols for pre and post sanction and close monitoring of large value accounts.

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Postby Mollick.R » 30 Dec 2018 11:07

Railways one short of removing all unmanned crossings
TNN | Dec 30, 2018, 01.01 AM IST

NEW DELHI: Railways is just ‘one’ short of eliminating all unmanned levels crossings on broad gauge lines across country and the 3,479th crossing will be eliminated before March end. It also said safety initiatives taken has helped bring down fatalities due to collisions and derailment by 75% during this year.

The major focus on this aspect of safety has resulted in sharpest decline in number of accidents at unmanned crossings from 20 in 2016-17 to only three during the current financial year. The elimination of unmanned level crossings include building of over bridges or underpasses across the rail track and by manning them. The railway ministry, on Saturday, shared a list of this year’s achievements and initiatives. It said the number of rail accidents has decreased by more half from 104 in 2016 to only 44 till November this year.

An official said, “The fatality figures in collision and derailment categories of accidents taken together have come down from 28 to seven (75% reduction) between April to December 15 as compared to the previous corresponding period of 2017. Similarly, number of collision and derailment cases have come down from 45 to 36 (20% reduction).”

The ministry said it has undertaken maximum ever rail renewal of 4,405 km in 2017-18 and 5,000 km has been planned during the current year with outlay of 11,450 crore. Already 2,812 km has been completed.


https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/railways-one-short-of-removing-all-unmanned-crossings/articleshowprint/67305811.cms

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Postby Mollick.R » 30 Dec 2018 11:16

33.5 crore Jan Dhan accounts, 25.6 crore operative: Govt
TNN | Dec 30, 2018, 02.19 AM IST
NEW DELHI: After an initial target of six crore rural and 1.5 crore urban households, the Jan Dhan scheme for the unbanked has touched 33.5 crore accounts of which 25.6 crore are “operative” while the deposits in the accounts add up to a substantial 85,494 crore.

With the government’s focus shifting from “every household” to “every unbanked adult”, the PM Jan Dhan Yojana is offering an enhanced overdraft facility.........

The statistics show impressive progress in financial inclusion of “unbanked” less well off households as apart from a steady increase in account holders, some 26 crore RuPay cards have also been issued.

Going by the norm that accounts must show at least one “customer-induced” transaction in two years to be counted as “active”, around 76% of Jan Dhan accounts are in use. Many of these are used for direct benefit transfers for welfare schemes and overdraft facility is provided to accounts that show regular credit. The limit has been increased from Rs 5,000 to Rs 10,000


The details provided by the ministry show that UP, with its large population, expectedly has the highest number of 5.2 crore accounts and deposits of Rs 14,882 crore, West Bengal has deposits of Rs 11,470 crore. Bihar is next with deposits of Rs 8,417 crore, Rajasthan with Rs 6,360 crore and Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh with Rs 5,035 crore and Rs 4,325 crore.
Among larger states that seem to be lagging, Jammu and Kashmir has only 20,40,248 beneficiaries and Tamil Nadu has 93,17,460 account holders. Andhra Pradesh has 92 lakh accounts but only Rs 1,628 crore in deposits. Odisha has deposits of Rs 3,759 crore and Gujarat of Rs 3,676 crore, while Assam has Rs 2,969 crore. Chhattisgarh has deposits of Rs 2,619 crore, Haryana of Rs 2,695 crore, Jharkhand Rs 2,668 crore, Karnataka Rs 2,862 crore and Punjab Rs 2,361 crore.


https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/33-5-crore-jan-dhan-accounts-25-6-crore-operative-govt/articleshow/67305970.cms

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Postby vijayk » 30 Dec 2018 22:51

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/ind ... 305640.cms
Ayushman Bharat: Number of hospitalisations doubled

https://www.financialexpress.com/health ... n/1428850/

6 Lakh people benefitted under Ayushman Bharat in 100 days of implementation

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The changing face of Prayagraj.

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https://pibindia.wordpress.com/

(prior to election) year end reviews

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How open defecation free India is being achieved.

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Postby Nikhil T » 16 Jan 2019 12:17

Leh and Kargil finally connected to the National Power Grid

NEW DELHI: More than 70 years after Independence, an engineering feat by state-run transmission utility PowerGrid has made it possible for India’s northernmost areas in Jammu & Kashmir to plug into the national electricity network to bring ‘one-nation-one-grid’ closer to reality.

On Saturday, PowerGrid and Jammu and Kashmir power department switched on the Alusteng-Alunday stretch of the 350-kilometre Srinagar-Kargil-Leh transmission line tracing some of the world’s highest mountain ranges and inhospitable terrains separating the Kashmir Valley from the frontier districts of Ladakh and Kargil. Sources told TOI power flowed for four hours through the 220-Kv (kilo-volt) line and its four sub-stations connecting Leh with the northern grid at Alusteng near Srinagar.

"This is a milestone for our country. We have now connected our northernmost areas to the national grid. It is a milestone for the people of Ladakh and Kargil. Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone on August 12, 2014 and it was commissioned during this government’s tenure. This is commitment to people’s welfare," power minister RK Singh told TOI.

The project is expected to dramatically improve the quality of life with 24X7 power supply in the strategically important region, which sees long and harsh winters with temperatures dipping to 50 degrees below freezing. Assured power supply is expected to energise economic activity and employment through winter tourism. Environment will get respite from millions of litres of diesel that is burnt by the defence and civil establishments to run generators.

Leh and Kargil towns have been getting power since 2013 from two NHPC hydel projects, built at a combined cost of nearly Rs 2,000 crore at Nimmoo-Bazgo and Chutak, respectively. Built as part of India’s strategy to exploit the potential of Indus before it enters Pakistan, the hydel stations were running at sub-optimal levels in the absence of grid connectivity. The Srinagar line will allow the stations to run at full capacity, feeding surplus power into the northern grid during summer and draw draw 100-150 MW in winter when reduced flow impedes generation.

In the long term, the line will help Ladakh-Kargil region emerge as India’s power house by allowing evacuation of power from proposed solar projects with aggregate capacity of 7.5 GW (giga watt).

Due to their isolated locations, Ladakh and Kargil have remained 95% power deficit regions. Habitations, including district headquarters Leh and Kargil, till recently received five hours of power supply in the evening from diesel generators and a few micro hydel projects.

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Postby Supratik » 22 Jan 2019 18:59

National museum of indian cinema, mumbai.

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Postby Ashokk » 23 Jan 2019 02:10

52 coal mines opened in 5 years to fuel power drive
NEW DELHI: The Narendra Modi government has opened 52 new coal mines since coming to power in May 2014 to fuel its flagship village and household electrification programmes without tripping the system, officials told TOI.

These 52 mines represent 86% growth over the number of mines added in the five-year period between 2009 and 2014, when most projects were stuck in red tape, especially pertaining to environment and forest clearances, before the NDA government took over.

The officials said structural reforms in the government's functioning since 2014 made it possible to quickly open such a large number of coal mines, a cumbersome process involving approvals and permissions from various statutory authorities.

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The new mines have added 164 MT (million tonne) to India's annual coal production capacity, marking 113% increase over capacity added during the 2009-2014 period. Since 57% of power is generated in India by burning coal, these mines allowed the government to rapidly move towards universal electricity access without creating shortages.

This is borne out by data in the Central Electricity Authority's latest annual report, which shows demand-supply gap narrowing to 0.7% in 2018, down by 90% from 2009-10 level, and energy supply rising 120% over the 2004-2005 period. But for these new mines, this would not have been possible as the electrification drive has been pushing up demand for power by 5-6%.

On December 19, coal and railway minister Piyush Goyal told Parliament in a written reply that all-India coal production stood at 433.9 MT during the April-November period of 2018-19 financial year, indicating a growth rate of 9.8%. During the same period, state-run Coal India Limited's production stood at more than 358 MT, marking a growth rate of 8.8% over the previous corresponding period.

In April, the government completed the task of hooking up all the 18,452 un-electrified inhabited villages to the national power grid under the Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana. It is now in the process of bringing power to all households without electricity by giving free connections under the Saubhagya scheme. So far, 91.9% of the 2.48 crore households identified without power have been electrified.

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Postby Mollick.R » 23 Jan 2019 12:26

50 cancer, rare disease drugs to get cheaper

NEW DELHI: In a move to curtail profiteering on crucial medicines, the Centre is set to cap trade margins charged by drug retailers and stockists at around 25-30% :shock: for over 50 non-schedule medicines for cancer and rare diseases, which are currently exempted from price regulation, official sources said.The decision was taken at a high-level meeting with the Prime Minister’s Office earlier this month. The list of around 50 drugs, drawn by the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), includes 39 anti-cancer medicines and orphan drugs used in treatment of rare diseases. “The PMO had asked the health ministry to prepare a list of non-schedule anticancer and orphan drugs which are currently outside price control but require intervention to make them affordable.

The list has been submitted and order in this regard will be issued very soon,” an official told TOI, adding that the government will use Para 19 of the Drugs Price Control Order (DPCO) to fix the trade margin under “extraordinary circumstances” in public interest. The move assumes significance as many new cancer medicines, mostly patented drugs, and orphan drugs are exorbitantly priced but remain outside the purview of price regulation. By capping trade margin of such medicines, the government aims to make them affordable while limiting excessive gains made by wholesalers, distributors and chemists. At present, the government caps the trade margin on schedule or price-controlled medicines at 8% and 16%, respectively, for wholesalers and retailers. However, in case of non-schedule medicines, firms are free to negotiate with traders on margins.

Experts say trade margins form a major portion of MRP of a medicine and firms often pay exorbitant margins to the trade chain to push their drugs through retailers. The proposed move will also override the department of pharma’s previous order exempting orphan and patented drugs from price control. Niti Aayog had earlier suggested trimming trade margins to bring down prices of key medicines which still remain outside price control.



https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/50-cancer-rare-disease-drugs-to-get-cheaper/articleshow/67649313.cms

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Several museums including Netaji museum opened in Red Fort, Delhi.

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Prayagraj after renovation.

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Varanasi will have zero sewerage discharge into Ganga by Nov.

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https://www.downtoearth.org.in/news/wil ... nsus-63285
Thriving Gangetic dolphin presence in Bihar, reveals census
Experts say it means the Ganga in the state is healthy as the dolphins can only survive in clean and fresh water

Some of the past measures are showing up good outcomes in unexpected places.

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Postby Supratik » 25 Feb 2019 00:12

New Manduadih railway station near Varanasi.

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Postby Supratik » 25 Feb 2019 15:32

National War Memorial ready.

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Postby AshishAcharya » 25 Feb 2019 16:46

A visual tour of National war memorial.
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Postby Rahul M » 26 Feb 2019 11:41

IAF Crosses LoC, destroys terrorist camp with 1000 kg bombs.


What our chattering classes haven't yet caught the significance of; one of those targets was in KPK, in Pakistan proper, not just PoK.

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Postby Vips » 05 Mar 2019 19:42

93 Per Cent Households In Rural India Have Access To Toilets.

The government said since its launch in October 2014, the Swachh Bharat Mission has changed the behaviour of hundreds of millions of people with respect to toilet access and usage.

"500 million people have stopped defecating in the open since the SBM began, down from 550 million at the beginning of the programme to less than 50 million today," the ministry said.

"Over nine crore toilets have been built across rural India under the Mission. Over 5.5 lakh villages and 615 districts have been declared ODF, along with 30 ODF States and Union Territories," it added.

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Postby Snehashis » 09 Mar 2019 00:29

Piyush Goyal - Railways Sets a New Record: Integral Coach Factory becomes the largest rail coach maker in the world. Till Feb’19 they have manufactured 2,919 coaches, beating top Chinese manufacturers who produce around 2,600 coaches a year - https://twitter.com/PiyushGoyal/status/ ... 0124211202

India beats China! Indian Railways ICF becomes largest rail coaches maker in the world – a big achievement!

So far, the total production this year (April-February) is 2919 against 2085 in the corresponding period last year. This means a 40% increase in production. The ICF is now eyeing ending the financial year with over 3200 coaches.

Indian Railways’ ICF creates history! The Integral Coach Factory (ICF) in Chennai has manufactured as many as 301 coaches in the month of February, taking the total for this fiscal to 2,919. Interestingly, this puts the factory among the largest railcar builders in the world, beating top Chinese manufacturers who produce around 2,600 coaches a year. Financial Express Online learns that this is the second time in the year, the factory has crossed the 300 coaches per month mark. So far, the total production this year (April-February) is 2919 against 2085 in the corresponding period last year. This means a 40% increase in production. The ICF is now eyeing ending the financial year with over 3200 coaches.

The ICF has also churned out the newly launched country’s fastest train Vande Bharat Express between the April-February period. Indian Railways has placed an order for 44 more Vande Bharat Express train sets with ICF. The first rake out of 44 is currently being manufactured. The remaining 43 Vande Bharat Express train sets are likely to be rolled by the ICF during the next three production years in phases.

Meanwhile, Indian Railways-owned Modern Coach Factory (MCF) in Rae Bareli, Uttar Pradesh too has ramped up production and has manufactured as many as 143 coaches in the month of February, this year. According to the official, a cumulative total of 1,283 coaches have been manufactured by MCF this year against 586 coaches in the same period last year. This has led to an increase of 118 per cent in MCB’s coach production. Interestingly, the factory is now gearing up to achieve a production level of 1,422 coaches this year, double that of last year’s 711, the official added.

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Postby vimal » 24 Mar 2019 05:54

Article on Ayushman Bharat scheme {poof}

'It's a godsend': the healthcare scheme bringing hope to India's sick
In a country where treatment can cost two years’ wages, a new project could mean free medical care for 500 million people


https://www.theguardian.com/global-deve ... man-bharat

Rajiv Gupta has a distinct spring in his step. He has brought his mother to New Delhi from the northern state of Bihar for a hip replacement, for which he won’t have to pay. His mother qualified for free treatment under Ayushman Bharat, the government’s ambitious new health insurance scheme.

“I can’t quite believe this is happening. When the doctors in Bihar told me it would cost 200,000 rupees [£2,180], I took mum home. That kind of money is impossible for me. I just run a tiny sari shop. And now she’s getting it done here free,” says Gupta. Then he hurries off as though scared he has got it wrong and someone is going to present him with a bill.


“It is early days, but this is a game-changer,” says Dr Randeep Guleria, pulmonologist and director of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in the Indian capital. “Hospital treatment is an impossible cost for the poor – even for sections of the middle class. It’s a godsend to those who would have been kept at home by their families and left to die.”


Shah Mohammed, 50, is recuperating at SGT hospital in Gurgaon, a large private institution in the middle of a deserted, dusty plain that caters to the surrounding villages. Mohammed suffered a fractured jaw and haematoma after his scooter crashed into another vehicle.

“I hadn’t heard of this Ayushman,” he says. “But when I was admitted here, the staff checked and found that I qualified. I can’t get over the fact that when I am discharged, I will walk out of a private hospital without paying a rupee.”
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Postby Lilo » 30 Mar 2019 07:03

NaMo's Two Hundred
1. Fragile five to Fastest growing economy - India

2. 11th largest to 5th largest economy - India

3. Share of world GDP from 2.43% in 2014 to 3.08% in 2018

4. Average GDP 7.3% against 6.7% in previous regime

5. Forex reserves from 300 bn USD in 2014 to 420 bn USD in 2018

6. Doubling of FDI inflow from 36 bn USD in 2014 to 66 billion USD in 2018

7. Inflation less than 2.3 % (Nov 18) against 10.1% in 2014

8. Growth of sensex from 24,121.74 in 2014 to 36,395.03 on 12 Feb 19 (50.88%)

9. Fiscal deficit under control

10. Per capita income increased by 45% from Rs 86,647 in 2014 to Rs 1,25,397

11. IT exemption from 2 lakh in 2014 to 5 lakh (effectively 9.85 lakh with hoam loan)

12. Restaurant bills tax reduced from 18% in 2014 to 5%

13. Transaction charges through card down from 1% to 0%, domestic money transfer fee down from Rs 5 in 2014 to zero

14. Financial inclusion (32 crore bank accounts with 260 billion worth deposits). Almost 100% coverage from earlier 50%

15. DBT (savings of 83000 crores @ 15000 crore annually), No of govt schemes DBT applied to increased from 34 in 2014 to 433, 2.7 lakh fake mid-day meal students, 3.3 crore fake LPG connections, 87 lakh fake MNREGA job cards, 3 crore fake ration cards eliminated

16. Zero IT for businesses with turnover upto 60 lakhs

17. GST implemented exemplifying cooperative federalism, rates of 83 items down from pre-GST rates, out of 1211 items only 35 items in above 18% slab, 39% reduction of cost of basic household items. Average 1 lakh crore monthly revenue through GST collection. Exempted for business upto 40 lakhs.

18. Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, constitution of NCLT, 3 lakh crores of NPAs recovered, 66 cases resolved, 260 cases liquidated, resolution of stressed assets, 2100 companies pay back 83000 crore to banks settling their pending loan repayments

19. 75 billion $ or Yen to Rupee exchange agreement with Japan

20. 1 lakh shell companies deregistered, FCRA licenses of 4800 NGOs cancelled

21. Fugitive Economic Offenders Bill, properties of economic fugitives seized and auctioned

22. 1.9 lakh km of rural roads. Rural road connectivity at 91% from 55%

23. 36 new airports, from 65 in 7 decades to 106, all states now in air connectivity map

24. Effective international diplomacy following 59 visits to nations, 38 single, 10 double, 3 triple and 2 quadruple visits by PM.

25. Benami Act

26. Rural sanitation coverage 95 % up from 39% (8.8 crore toilets)

27. Solar energy capacity increased 8 fold from 2.63 GW to 22 GW, 19. 8.5 GW of biogas grid installed.

28. Ganga waterway transportation, usage by shipping giant Maersk, cost of transportation reduced from 10/ton (road) / Rs 6/ton (rail) to Re 1/ton

29. More than 2.4 crore households lit up, rural electricity coverage to households up from 70 to 95%, only 19836 homes remain (in Chhatisgarh) out of 2,48,09,235

30. Electricity accessibility rank jump from 99 in 2014 to 26 in 2019

31. 7 crore new gas connections to 3.5 crore households @69000 conections per day, coverage 90% from 55%, 82% return for refill, 42% beneficiaries Dalits

32. 14.4 crore mudra loans worth Rs 7 lakh crore disbursed

33. 18000 remote villages connected with electricity

34. 2.92 lakh km of optical fibre laid, 0.02% to 50% gram Panchayat connectivity

35. Swachh bharat mission has saved, according to WHO, 3 lakh lives and will save 1.5 lakh lives per year.

36. IT filers increase from 3.79 crore to 6.08 crore, enterprises registered for indirect tax up from 64 lakh to 118 lakh

37. Entry of India in global regimes Missile Technology Control regime (MTCR), WA (Wassenaar Arrangement) and Australia Group

38. 17 crore soil health cards

39. 1.5 crore houses built, 91.37 crore in rural areas and 13.5 lakh in urban areas against 25 lakh houses built between 2010-2014. House for all target year is 2022.

40. 1,78,346 houses built in NE over existing 2875 houses built till 2014

41. Home loan interest rate down from 10.3 % in 2014 to 8.4% in 2018, annual savings of Rs 47,160 for 30 lakhs over 30 years, no GST on affordable housing, 5% on remaining

42. Trading agreement in rupee with Iran and UAE

43. Common service centres up from 84k to 3 Lakh

44. OROP implemented after 43 years, 35000 crores disbursed to 8 crore veterans

45. India's vaccination programme Indradhanush amongst 12 best practices of world

46. 5035 Jan Aushadhi and - 1054 medicines under price control (60-90% discounts).

47. More than 150 Amrit stores, reduction of cost of cromium cobalt Knee implant from 1.58-2.5 lakh to 54,720 and high flex implant from Rs181728 to 56490 (69%), 85% reduction in cardiac stent price to Rs 28000

48. 87% reduction in 400 cancer drugs

49. Rate of Interest on higher education loans dropped from 14.75 in 2013 to 10.88% in 2019, savings of 1.18 lakh on 10 lakh loan over tenure of 60 months, Rs 2000 savings on EMI

50. Data revolution: Cost of 1 GB $0.26 in India against $12.37 in US, $6.66 in UK and $75.2 in Zimbabwe. Unlimited mobile+ 45 Gb data = Rs 150 against Rs 1000 in 2013; annual savings of 10,200

51. Katra rail line work completed after 16 years

52. Dhola Sadiya bridge work completed after 16 years

53. Sardar Sarovar Dam work completed after 15 years

54. Aadhaar act

55. Pakyong airport completed after 10 years

56. Chennai Nashri Tunnel after 10 years

57. Assam NRC after 40 years

58. National War Memorial after 50 years

59. NE cpas after 60 years

60. Kollam bypass after 43 years

61. Indo-Bangladesh enclaves after 42 years

62. Bansagar canal project after 40 years

63. Bogibeel bridge after 23 years

64. Western peri expressway after 15 years

65. Kota Chambal bridge after 11 years

66. Maibang-Lumding Stretch completed

67. Delhi Meerut Expressway completed

68. Ganga Expressway project (world's longest) underway

69. Metros in Ahmedabad, Nagpur, Jaipur, Lucknow, Washermenpet

70. All umanned level crossings eliminated

71. Ayushman Bharat: annual 5 lakh health care to every family, 15.05 lakh hospital admissions for secondary/ tertiary treatment, 2.4 crore e-cards generated as on 10 Mar 19 in 170 days. Target 50 crore people.

72. 59minutes loan portal: 92,000 loan applications of MSME amounting to 30,000 crores approved, 6000 crores sanctioned till Nov 18

73. 87% of farming households (owning land holdings of 2 hectares) or 12 crore farmers to get kisaan sammaan nidhi of Rs 6000 per annum. Rs 5215 crore transferred directly to 2.6 crore farmers within 37 days (for households with holding less than 0.01 hectares income per month so far was Rs 8136 against expenditure of 6594 giving a surplus of 1542 per month).

74. 1.5 million electric rickshaws

75. Procurement of 36 Rafale

76. 05 billion$ S 400 Triumf air defence missile system deal with Russia

77. 145 M777 howitzer deal

78. 22 Apache AH 64E multi-role combat helos

79. 200 KA-226T helicopters

80. 56 EADS CASA C-295 transport aircraft

81. 15 CH 47 Chinook tactical transport helicopters

82. 2.3 lakh Bullet proof jackets

83. 1.6 lakh Bullet-proof helmets

84. 777 mn USD Barak 8 LRSAM contract

85. 5 bn USD S-400 air defence systems

86. 10 Heron TP armed drones

87. 4 additional P8I MR aircraft

88. 40 units of Laser sensor border fence installed

89. 72,400 Sig Sauer Assault rifles

90. 100 self-propelled K9 Vajra howitzers

91. 700000 AK-103 Kalashnikov assault rifles indigenous facility

92. Surgical strikes in Myanmar, across LoC and in Pakistan

93. 240 million visitors at Kumbh Mela 2019, cost 4236 crores @ Rs 177 per tourist, revenue 1.2 Lakh crores

94. 833 teraflop supercomputer Param Shivay by IIT BHU at Rs 32.5 crores

95. Divisional status to Ladakh

96. 470 bed ESIC hospital in Ennore

97. 100 bed ESIC hospital in Tiruppur

98. Namami Gange - Ganga is 30% cleaner, 83 out of 97 ganga towns and 4456 villages achieved ODF status, 08 out of 16 drains emptying 16 crore l sewage into Ganga tapped. Target date Mar 2020

99. 5,45,122 ODF villages, 598 ODF districts, 27 ODF states/ villages

100. 9,18,47,206 toilets built since 2014

101. RERA implementation

102. Udaan scheme - flight cost down from Rs 5000/1000 km in 2013 to 3400/1000 km in 2018, 34 airports operationalised, small towns connected, all states on aerial connectivity map

103. Preventive conservation of 39275570 folios, curative conservation of 3656863 filios, digitisation of 2.83 lakh manuscripts consisting of 2.93 crore pages

104. India is now world's largest 2-wheeler manufacturer, 2nd largest smartphone manufacturer (94% of mobiles sold now made in India), 4th largest automaker, 2nd largest steel producer

105. 5100 m Mandvi Bridge in Goa in 3.5 years

106. Ease of doing Business ranking jump from 134 in 2014 to 77 in 2019

107. Therubali - Singapur Bridge No 588

108. Restoration of Asurgarh Fort, Kalahandi

109. GeM portal with 731431 product categories, 180,862 registered sellers and 32114 govt buyers

110. 10% EWS reservation

111. 40% of ongoing 700 NH projects completed, adding 40,039 km between 2014-18 against 91,287 km between 1947-2014

112. Highway construction rate jumped from 12 km/day in 2014 to 27 km/day in 2019

113. 101 terrorists and 11 offenders extradited

114. 90,000 ex-partite Indians evacuated

115. Chabahar port, Sittwe port and Duqm port

116. Military installation in Seychelles

117. International logistics agreements with US, France and Singapore

118. Work underway on 25 MLD ZLD Common Effluent Treatment Plant at Gujarat Eco Textile Park and will save 25 million litres of water per day

119. Beautification of 65 railway stations, all stations fitted with LED lights, wi-fi, multi-brand food centres, kiosks, executive lounges, lifts (445 from 97 in 2014), escalators (603 from 199 in 2014), travellators and ramps

120. Record number of foot over bridges built

121. 871 new train services

122. 180 new rail lines

123. Dedicated railway freight corridor - 2 sections completed

124. 100% electrification of railways underway, first solar powered railway station (Guwahati). First solar powered train (world's second), savings of Rs 40 Lakhs and 90,000 ltrs diesel per year

125. Make in India semi-high-speed trains - Tejas, Gatiman and Vande Bharat

126. Humsafar and Antodaya trains, Deen Dayalu and Anubhuti coaches, UDAY double decker, glass dome Vistadome coaches

127. Project Swarn and Project Utkrisht to upgrade Rajdhani/Shatabdi and Mail/Express respectively

128. Largest coach production in world at ICF, Chennai

129. No more human extreta on railway tracks. Installation of 1.37 lakh out of 2.5 lakh completed in Jun 18.

130. 400 wi-fi railway stations (Aug 18)

131. 80% reduction in rail accidents

132. 10 high speed rail corridors underway, target date 2025-26

133. Export of world class customised coaches from MCF, Rae Bareli

134. LIC and Air India register profit

135. 2300 km rail tracks constructed, speed jumped from 4.1 km/day in 2014 to 6.53 km/day in 2018

136. Neem coating of urea

137. Gokul mission - record 160 million ton milk production

138. Online availability of CBSE and NCERT books

139. 32 crore LED bulbs distributed, 16000 crore per annum savings

140. Investment in urban infrastructure jumped from 157703 crores to 795500 crores

141. Statue of Unity to commemorate Iron Man of India

142. Rs 2509 crore sales in Khadi

143. 482.36 million digital transactions worth Rs 74,978 crores in Oct 2018 against 0.3 million transactions worth Rs 90 crores in Nov 2016

144. 30% increase in ATMs, 208% increase of PoS machines from 10.81 lakh in May 14 to 33.32 lakh in Aug 18, 111% increase in credit cards from 1.94 crore in May 14 to 4.10 crore in Aug 18, 144% increase in debit cards from 40.17 crore to 98.02 crore

145. Ease of Doing Business Index 142 (2014) to 100 (2018)

146. Ease of getting electricity index 99 (2014) to 26 (2018)

147. UN's e-govt index 118 (2014) to 97(2018)

148. Globalisation index 112 to 107 (2018)

149. Innovation index 76 to 60 (2018)

150. Competitiveness index 71 to 39

151. Logistics performance index 54 to 35

152. Global peace index 141 to 137

153. DBR ranking 100 to 77

154. India ranks 3rd in global start up ecosystem

155. 06 crore jobs in MSME sector based on CII data

156. 448 million formal jobs based on EPFO, NPS and PPF data

157. 10 crore jobs in entrepreneurship via mudra and other schemes

158. 80% increase in tax payers, 51.3 % increase in gross tax revenue

159. Black Money report card - Voluntary income declaration scheme (Rs 65250 crore), IT search and survey operations (35,460 crore), Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana(5000 crore), Benami transactions Act (4300 crore), Black Money and Imposition of Tax Act (4100 crore) - total 1,14,110 croreReduction in swiss bank account deposits - 12139 crore 9 (80% decrease from 2468 crore to 524 crore in 2017 against 3.2% increase from 2566 to 2468 crore from 2012 to 2013)

160. Rs 6000 financial assistance for pregnant women

161. Sagarmala: port capacity increase from 8 to 14.7 lakh ton, cargo up from 89 to 116 MMT 8 new national waterways including ganga waterway NW-1 and Brahmaputra waterway NW-2, domestic cruise service between Mumbai and Goa, ro-ro services on Ghoga-Dahej reducing travel distance from 294 to 31 km, new international cruise terminals at Chennai and Goa, railway line between Haridaspur and Paradip underway, LNG import terminal at Kamarajar port, Oil berth ai Jawahar Dweep,Coal berth at Mangalore port, deep draft Iron ore berth at Paradip berth, JNPT SEZ, Kandla and Paradip smart industrial port city, largest dry dock and international ship repair facility at CSL, modernisation of 17 fishing harbours

162. 800 km Delhi-Mumbai Expressway underway

163. Replacement of bio-toilets with upgraded vacuum bio toilets in trains underway. Order for 500 placed on experimental basis.

164. No terror strikes in hinterland

165. 103 new KVs

166. 62 new Navodaya Vidyalayas

167. 6 new IITs against 16 in previous 57 years

168. 6 new IIMs against 13 in previous 57 years

169. 7 IIITs against 7 in previous 57 years

170. 02 new IISER

171. 12 new AIIMS against 7 in previous 57 years.

172. 141 new universities against 30 in previous 57 years

173. 01 new NIT

174. Life Insurances @ Rs 12 annual and @ Rs 12 monthly premiums

175. Atal Pension Yojana

176. Pension to 42 crore people of unorganised sector

177. Ambedkar memorial

178. BHIM application for digital payments

179. Khelo India Initiative for tracking of athletes' development, Rs 5 lakh per annum scholarship for 1000 budding athletes per year for eight years each; monthly Rs 50000 out-of -pocket expenditure, 2000 accredited PETs, salary cap of coaches doubled from Rs 1 to 2 lakh per month, target 15 years

180. Special Task Force for Olympics

180. RERA Act

181. Bullet train maiden project

182. Rs 6.92 lakh crore Bharatmala project, 44 economic corridorswith 9000 km road, 2000 km port connectivity, 9000km roads to connect district HQs with NH, 2000 km road with Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Myanmar, opening up of 185 choke points, road development to char dham, 12 greenfield expressways spanning 1900 km

183. 36 murtis retrieved and brought back to India in 2014-2019 under India Pride Project against 02 between 2000-2013, 02 in 90s, 03 in 80s, 01 in 70s and nil in 50s and 60s

184. Unemployment rate 3.8% against 13.8 % in 2013

185. India is a less-cash society now

186. Develpment of Trincomalee and Columbo port while checkmating China's Hambantota by taking operations of near by (15 km away) Mattala Rajapaksha International Airport

187. Plugging the 'double taxation avoidance' black money loophole through a new tax agreement with Mauritius

188. Deal with Switzerland for automatic tax data sharing from 01 Jan 2019

189. Varanasi - Varanasi ring road phase 1 completed, phase 2 underway, inland waterways terminal, Babatpur airport highway, 140 MLD Dinaput STP, facelift to railway station, big cow shelter for stray cattle, BPO centre, piped gas project, Varanasi-Balia rail project, Vande Bharat Express, Kashi Vishwanath temple - Ganga Ghat corridor project, renovation of all bathings ghats, LED illuminations of ghats and major roads, underground electricity cabling, new sewage plants, 02 cancer treatment facilities, 65th to 29th rank in swachhata sarvekshan (2016), 90% ODF district.

190. Creation of 100 Smart cities, 100 crore per year per city for 05 years, 500 acres for retrofitting, 50 acres for redevelopment, 250 acres for green field projects, 10% of energy from renewable resources, 80% of green building construction, special puepose vehicles, inter-departmental task force

191. Development of 500 AMRUT cities underway, urbanization project of rejuvenation and transformation which includes beach front development, prevention of beach erosion, improvement of water supply, replacement of pipelines, new sewerage connections, greenery and open spaces, digital and smart facilities, e-governance, LED streetlights, public transport, storm water drainage projects in a phased manner, Target date 2022

192. Increase in Child Sex Ratio (CSR) in 104 BBBP (Beti Bachao Beti Padhao) districts, anti-natal care registration in 119 districts and institutional deliveries in 146 out of total 640 districts as in Mar 18. CSR of Haryana increased from 871 to 914.

193. International Yoga Day

194. Aspirational Districts Programme: 115 'backward' districts placed under 'prabharis' and for competitive development on the basis of 49 performance indicators, target year 2022.

195. Make in India: 16.4 lakh crore investment committments, 1.5 lakh crore investment inquiries, 60 bn USD FDI, 26 sectors covered, 23 positions jump in World Bank's Doing Business Report (DBR), 32 places in WEF's Global Competitiveness Index (GCI), 19 places in Logistics Performance Index, 42 places in Ease of Doing Business index, schemes include Bharatmala, Sagarmala, dedicate freight corridors, industrial corridors, UDAN-RCS, Bharat Broadband Network, Digital India.

196. 251 Passport Seva Kendras (PSKs) and Post Office Passport Seva kendras (POPSKs) against 77 till 2014, target of one PSK every 50 km across India.

197. Unanimous election of Justice Dalveer Bhandari to ICJ forcing UK to pull out own nominee Christopher Greenwood, demonstrating India's clout in international arena.

198. India Post Payments Bank: India's biggest banking outreach with 1.55 lakh post offices (2.5 times banking network) linked to IPPB system

199. Philip Kotler award, Seoul Peace prize, Champion of the Earth Award, Grand Collar of the State of Palestine, Amir Abdulla Khan Award, King Abdulaziz Sash award, Amir Amanullah Khan award.

200. 1900 gifts and memorabilia received by Modi auctioned and 11.7 crores added to Namami Gange fund, 1.4 crore of Seoul Peace award also to Namami Gange

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Postby Lilo » 30 Mar 2019 17:15

Modi sarkar extends Ordinance banning Triple Talaq
Triple Talaq is a widely prevalent custom amongst Indian muslims. Innately exploitative, triple talaq allowed muslim men to use to terrorize their muslim wives with the threat of immediate & irrevocable divorce.
For 70 years the Nehruvian sickular consensus hoodwinked at this practice to empower the relentless torture & enslavement of Muslim women by their Muslim husbands using the threat of Talaq,while the Indian Feminists & left liberals buried their heads in sikular holes.Triple Talaq ensured that Muslim women were dehumanized & reduced to lumps of flesh only to be used by the husbands when & as they pleased.

Finally in 2018 the Hindutva govt of Narendra Modi banned this abhorrent practice of Triple Talaq via the ordinance route bringing succor to the 100 million muslim women.
While the attendant Bill to ban Triple Talaq has been passed in Loksabha with the majority enjoyed by BJP in 2017, it was however prevented passage in RajyaSabha by Congress & parties of Mahagathbandhan, necessitating the repromulgation of the ordinance by NaMo sarkar in 2019.


The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Ordinance, Jan 2019

The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Ordinance, 2019 was promulgated on January 12, 2019. It replaces the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Ordinance, 2018 promulgated on September 19, 2018. Note that the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill, 2018 (to replace the 2018 Ordinance) was passed by Lok Sabha on December 27, 2018 and is currently pending in Rajya Sabha.

The Ordinance makes all declaration of talaq, including in written or electronic form, to be void (i.e. not enforceable in law) and illegal. It defines talaq as talaq-e-biddat or any other similar form of talaq pronounced by a Muslim man resulting in instant and irrevocable divorce. Talaq-e-biddat refers to the practice under Muslim personal laws where pronouncement of the word ‘talaq’ thrice in one sitting by a Muslim man to his wife results in an instant and irrevocable divorce.

Offence and penalty: The Ordinance makes declaration of talaq a cognizable offence, attracting up to three years imprisonment with a fine. (A cognizable offence is one for which a police officer may arrest an accused person without warrant.) The offence will be cognizable only if information relating to the offence is given by: (i) the married woman (against whom talaq has been declared), or (ii) any person related to her by blood or marriage.

The Ordinance provides that the Magistrate may grant bail to the accused. The bail may be granted only after hearing the woman (against whom talaq has been pronounced), and if the Magistrate is satisfied that there are reasonable grounds for granting bail.

The offence may be compounded by the Magistrate upon the request of the woman (against whom talaq has been declared). Compounding refers to the procedure where the two sides agree to stop legal proceedings, and settle the dispute.The terms and conditions of the compounding of the offence will be determined by the Magistrate.

Allowance: A Muslim woman against whom talaq has been declared, is entitled to seek subsistence allowance from her husband for herself and for her dependent children.The amount of the allowance will be determined by the Magistrate.

Custody: A Muslim woman against whom such talaq has been declared, is entitled to seek custody of her minor children. The manner of custody will be determined by the Magistrate.

https://www.prsindia.org/billtrack/musl ... nance-2019


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Postby vish_mulay » 31 Mar 2019 03:56

Lilo sir, can I use your 200 points about Modi govt on WA and chat forum? Ta, Vish


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