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Mumbai: Conman booked for Rs 5 lakh IGST fraud 17.7.2019 DNA
The accused identified as Santosh Bhuwad is alleged to have registered his bogus company on the GSTN portal by submitting fake documents and acquiring the GST registration number.
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Cancellation of presentations on draft CZMPs demanded 17.7.2019 The Navhind Times
NT NETWORK Panaji Terming the notice published, on July 12, by the Department of Environment announcing taluka-level presentations to explain the CZMP maps and plans starting from Pernem on July 19 and ending at Mormugao on August 9 as unprecedented and highly irregular, Citizens for Coastal Communities (CCC) has said that it not only reveals …
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No change in dividend distribution tax 16.7.2019 Business – The Navhind Times
New Delhi: Finance Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg on Friday ruled out any change in the dividend distribution tax, but expressed flexibility that grandfathering tax on buybacks can be discussed with the revenue department. The key changes in Budget’s taxation-related measures affecting the deal market include the extension of buy-back tax-related provision to listed entities. This …
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10,000 people rendered homeless in Tripura flood 15.7.2019 The Assam Tribune
10,000 people rendered homeless in Tripura flood
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10,000 people rendered homeless in Tripura flood 15.7.2019 PTI: All news
10,000 people rendered homeless in Tripura flood
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Delhi govt to give ownership rights to 7,200 families allotted land 15.7.2019 National News – The Navhind Times
New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party government has decided to grant ownership rights to around 7,200 families that got agricultural land in the mid-70s under a programme for landless people. Under the “20-point programme”, launched during former prime minister Indira Gandhi’s tenure in 1975-76, around 12,500 landless families in Delhi got land for cultivation, according …
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SP's Azam Khan may be named as 'land mafia' on UP govt portal: Official 14.7.2019 The Asian Age | Home
Portal was set up by CM Yogi to identify land mafia and file complaints of people over land-grab, soon after he took power in UP in 2017.
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Aadhar-linked single patta for single pattadar 13.7.2019 The Assam Tribune
Aadhar-linked single patta for single pattadar
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Assam Revenue department to link land rights to Aadhar of land owner 12.7.2019 The Shillong Times
Sarbananda Sonowal
GUWAHATI: In a major move to remove anomalies in land related records, Revenue Department of the Government of Assam would soon launch a land record purification exercise in the state. The department would carry out verification of available land records to make the documents error-free and integrate the same with Aadhar Card of the pattadars. […]
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Govts urged to simplify land laws, procedures 8.7.2019 National News – The Navhind Times
New Delhi: Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu Sunday said there should be minimal interface between people and officials dealing with land issues, to eliminate corruption, and urged the Centre and state governments to simplify land transaction procedures and make them transparent. Releasing a book, titled “Land Registration, Global Practices & Lessons for India”, Naidu also …
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Khandu for streamlining land allotment process 6.7.2019 The Assam Tribune
Khandu for streamlining land allotment process
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MMC undertakes ‘wet waste treatment at source’ initiative 5.7.2019 Goa News – The Navhind Times
ARPITA SRIVASTAVA |NT Mapusa With the aim of reducing the collection of wet waste, the Mapusa Municipal Council has started an initiative to treat the wet waste at the source itself using  mini-biodegradable composting units. After the successful trial at its building, the MMC has now extended the initiative to government offices. The civic body, …
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PIL in Madras high court to provide equal reservation to OBC students 3.7.2019
Chennai: A Public Interest Litigation has been filed in the Madras high court to restrain the authorities from proceeding with the counseling, admitting the students to the course of MBBS/BDS course without providing equal reservation to OBC students in all institutions to be admitted under the All India Quota for medical admission under UG courses.  The PIL filed by Dr.G.R.Ravindranath, which also sought to quash Clause 5 (a) of the Information Bulletin issued by National Testing Agency for admission to MBBS/BDS courses for the academic session 2019-2020 and consequently direct the authorities to provide equal reservation to OBC students in all institutions to be admitted under the All India quota for medical admission under UG courses without any discrimination, is likely to come up for hearing tomorrow.  According to E.Vijay Anand, counsel for the petitioner, the present lis is questioning the denial of "Other Backward Class Reservation" to institutions other than central ...
Centre's green panel nod to Telangana's Rs 2,121 cr dam project on Godavari 30.6.2019 deccanchronicle.com
The green panel has recommended the EC to the proposed project with some conditions, the sources added.
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Gut microbes prevent food allergies 26.6.2019
Washington: The epidemic of food allergy is caused by the absence of certain beneficial bacteria in the human gut, researchers suggest. "The loss of these bacteria acts as a switch that makes children susceptible to food allergy," the recent study suggests. For reasons that remain a mystery, the number of Americans who suffer from food allergy has risen sharply over the last decade to as many 32 million, according to one recent estimate. Nearly 8 per cent of children in the US, about two in every classroom, are affected. One hypothesis is that certain Western lifestyle factors, an increase in births by Caesarean section, a decline in breastfeeding, increased use of antibiotics and smaller family sizes, for example, is disrupting the normal microbial balance in the gut, depriving babies of the "good" bacteria that prepare the immune system to recognise food as harmless. As part of the study, published in the Journal of Nature Medicine, the researchers began testing this hypothesis by ...
Chennai: Plea against escalating elephant-human conflict 25.6.2019
Chennai: Contending that the elephant-human conflict will increase, if any unauthorised construction is permitted in eco-friendly hill area villages in Coimbatore, a public interest litigation has been filed in the Madras high court to restrain the Tamil Nadu Slum Clearance Board from constructing any building or altering the natural landscape in lands in hill area villages in Coimbatore district, for the purpose of constructing houses under the 'Home for Everyone' scheme.   A division bench comprising Justices S.Manikumar and Subramonium Prasad before whom the PIL filed by Vellingiri Hill Tribal Protection Society by its president V.Loganathan, came up for hearing, ordered notice, returnable by 3 weeks to the TNSCB, Coimbatore district collector and 8 others. According to petitioner, Vellingiri Tribal Society got information that the TNSCB under the scheme was planning to construct 600 residences in Alanthurai-Kalimangalam village, 1,540 houses in the area near the forest in Thenkarai ...
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BJP: Order CBI inquiry into IMA scam, govt protected perpetrators 25.6.2019
Bengaluru: With IMA founder Mohammad Mansoor Khan taking the names of some politicians and senior bureaucrats in his latest video, the state BJP on Monday urged the government to hand over the probe into the scam to the CBI. BJP MLA C.N. Ashwathnarayana said that the entire government machinery protected the company that committed the fraud. Though the company was accepting investments from the public and announcing Ponzi schemes, the government decided to ignore these irregularities. The RBI had warned way back in 2015 about the activities of the organisation, but the government did not invoke the KPID Act. The Revenue Department had sent a file for legal opinion, without attaching relevant documents and RBI notes. Besides, the government tried to give no-objection certificate to the company through the Revenue Department to avail bank loans, he alleged. Since many bigwigs and senior bureaucrats are involved, the state government is engaged in a massive cover-up and is in a "hide", ...
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Border fencing necessary but not at the cost of people: Rymbui 24.6.2019 The Shillong Times
SHILLONG: Meghalaya Border Area Development Minister Lakmen Rymbui has said that while fencing along the Indo-Bangladesh border in the state is needed but it should not be at the cost of the people. Rymbui’s statement comes in the backdrop of residents and NGOs alike in the state demanding that the fencing should be erected along […]
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Gurmeet Ram Rahim seeks parole of one month for farming his fields 22.6.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The 51-year-old is currently lodged at Sunaria jail in Rohtak after being convicted in two rape cases and murder of a journalist.
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Dera Sacha Sauda chief Ram Rahim seeks 42-day parole for farming 22.6.2019 DNA
51-year-old Ram Rahim Singh is currently lodged at Sunaria jail in Rohtak after being convicted in two rape cases and murder of a journalist.
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