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Babulal Gaur 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
In the death of Mr.Babulal Gaur the Madhya Pradesh lost versatile very popular and polite social and political leader. He had led a very colourful life. He started as textile labourer and reached to the level of becoming Chief Minister of the State. He died at the ripe age of 89 on August 21 in Bhopal in the morning hours of cardiac arrest. He was ailing for sometime and hospitalized. He had low blood pressure. The Governor Mr.Lalji Tandon, Chief Minister Mr.Kamal Nath, former Chief Ministers Mr.Shivrja Singh Chouhan, Mr.Digvijay Singh, Mr.Motilal Vora, BJP State President Mr.Rakesh Singh mourn his death deeply. His body was laid at his residence in 74 bungalows and later placed at the State BJP Head office where thousands of persons paid homage to the departed leader. He is one of the three persons, who shaped the capital city Bhopal. The one was Dr.Shankar Dayal Sharma the Chief Minister of C class Bhopal State, The bureaucrat Mr.Mahesh Neelkanth Buch and Mr.Babulal Gaur, who was ahead among the ...
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National Lok Adalat on 13 July 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, National Lok Adalat will be organised from High Court to District Court, Taluka, Labour and Family Court level, on July 13, following the direction of National Legal Service Authority. National Lok Adalat will be organised in the State in courts under guidance of Chief Justice of MPHC and Chief Patron of State Legal Service Authority, Justice S K Seth and Administrative Judge and Executive Chairman, State Legal Service Authority Justice H G Ramesh. During the National Lok Adalat criminal compoundable cases apart from cases of second appeal, motor accident compensation claim, matrimonial disputes, cases under section 138, MACT cases, marriage disputes, labour dispute cases, land acquisition cases, civil, revenue, electricity, water tax, sales tax, income tax, indirect tax, cases related to post retirement benefits, service cases which are related to post retirement calamity compensation, civil appeal and other civil and public related disputes would be redressed with mutual ...
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Labour Welfare 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Chief Minister Mr.Shivraj Singh Chouhan has launched an economic welfare scheme for the labour class of unorganized sector. Their registration has started from April 1 to 14. During the Congress led UPA regime a gigantic labour oriented scheme MANREGA was launched and it is considered world’s biggest rural employment schemes. It organized the most unorganized rural labouers under the fold of it instantly and rural wages are also enhanced equal to MANREGA wages. Many farmers grudged that due to MANREGA employment they were not getting farm labourers for agricultural purposes. Initially there were incidents of false job cards, work by contractors, lower under art of wages etc. But later with social debit and payments through post office or bank, were made. These days there are no references, about the works of under the MANREGA. It is appears as if there are no more MANREGA works are going on. Under labour welfare scheme the State Government must not ignore the MANREGA a world class unique labour ...
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Women Security 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Not only in the Capital Bhopal but all over the Madhya Pradesh the eve teasing criminals consider as act of adventure and masculinity. They became violent and attack if girls and women resent or resist their criminality. It is a growing realization in the society that the ways of punishment and system in the jail have gone astray. The physical punishment and hard labour have be abolished in the jail system. The criminal are just kept confined and doing small scale jobs and earning wages. The form gang inside the jail and operate from their with having mobile phone with them.They have no fear of jail at all. Such criminals commit crimes the day they are released. The jail system should be put back to whipping the criminals in public place and very hard labour. Jails are place of punishment and should not be converted into centre of small scale job and wage earning. Punishment should be in accordance with the crime. A criminal should be criminalized, brute should be brutalized and inhuman criminal be ...
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National Lok Adalat on July 13 25.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, National Lok Adalat would be organised across the country from High Court to District Court, Taluka, Labour and Family Court level, on July 13, following the direction of National Legal Service Authority, New Delhi. Accordingly, National Lok Adalat would also be organised in the State in aforementioned Courts under the guidance of Chief Justice of the Madhya Pradesh High Court and Chief Patron of State Legal Service Authority, Justice S K Seth and Administrative Judge and Executive Chairman, State Legal Service Authority Justice H G Ramesh. During the National Lok Adalat criminal compoundable cases apart from cases of second appeal, motor accident compensation claim, matrimonial disputes, cases under section 138, MACT cases, marriage disputes, labour dispute cases, land acquisition cases, civil, revenue, electricity, water tax, sales tax, income tax, indirect tax, cases related to post retirement benefits, service cases which are related to post retirement calamity ...
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President to visit MP today 25.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal President Ramnath Kovind will take part in several programmes in Sagar and Guna on April 28 and 29. President Kovind will leave for Bhopal from New Delhi at 8.55 am on April 28. President will reach Bhopal at 10.10 am. Kovind will proceed to Sagar from Bhopal Airport.Kovind will participate in the 27th convocation ceremony of Dr. Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya Sagar at 12 noon on April 28. Kovind will take part in the 620th Sant Kabir Prakatotsav Mahotsav at Swarna Jayanti Hall of the Vishwavidyalaya at 3 pm. Kovind will reach Bhopal at 5.30 pm after participating in various programmes. He will halt for the night at Raj Bhawan Bhopal. President Kovind will leave for Bamori in Guna district from Bhopal on April 29 at 10.25 am on Sunday. Kovind will be chief guest at the unorganized labour conference in Bamori, Guna district at 12 noon the same day. The President will leave for Guna from Bamori. Kovind will be chief guest at the inaugural function of Mini Smart City in Guna ...
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MANREGA Payment 25.1.2020 Central Chronicle
In Madhya Pradesh MANREGA wage payments to labourers of 20 crore mandays which were long over due now has been cleared off cent per cent. The Centre delayed the MANREGA funds now first installment of 915 crores 20 lakh rupees have been sanctioned. Till April 20 cent per cent pending payment were paid to the labourers. Rs 1000 crores were sanctioned for other related expenditure . The Congress has alleged massive corruption in MANREGA works and demanded appointment of Lokpal in all the districts. So far only 12 Lokpals have been appointed in districts. For the last four years general body meeting of the MANREGA is not held. The Chief Minister is the Chairman and the Chief Secretary is the Convener of the board. Now from May to June 15 MANREGA labour force will drafted in the construction of new talabs in every village of the State to meet the requirement of the village on permanent basis. The talab campaign is going to launched and to finish of before monsoon.
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Bonanza to Govt Staff 25.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The election years are generally and always time for putting forwards demands,demonstration and agitations. At the same time the Government also very generous towards such demands and demonstration. Always all of them get something and satisfactions. The Chief Minister Mr.Shivraj Singh Chouhan is in power for the last 13 years in three term of Bhartiya Janata Party in the power in state. Now he and the BJP are aspiring to win the State Vidhan Sabha election for the fourth time also. That are going to be held in the last month of this year of 2018. Mr.Chouhan waived the interest as the loans of farmers. Now he announced the extension of the retirement age of from 60 to 62. It is great economic relief of about 4 to 5 lakh state employees on permanent basis for all time to come. Next day he announced that State Government will recruit 89,000 new hands to fill up vacant posts – the Patwaris, Naib Tehsildars, School Teachers, Doctors, Para Medical Staff, Staff Nurse, Police, Home Guard and Aaganwadi Staff. ...
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Congress Revival 25.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Since Gujarat Assembly general elections the Congress is showing improved performance in the subsequent bye-elections. In Gujarat the home state of Prime Minister Mr.Narendra Modi and where Bhartiya Janata Party in a power since last five terms, this time Congress increased its number of seats.The BJP won the majority but with reduced numbers and loss of prestige. Now in Rajasthan bye-elections to 2 Lok Sabha seats of Alwar and Ajmer and one Vidhan Sabha seat of Mandalgarh the Congress snatched all three seats of Bhartiya Janata Party, which it had won in the last general elections. The defeats in all these seats are with big margin. In Alwar the Bhartiya Janata Party fielded its Labour Minister in the Vasundhara Raje Ministry Dr.Jaswant Singh Yadav and he was trounced by the Congress candidate Dr.Karan Singh Yadav by a big margin of nearly 2 lakh votes and at Ajmer the Congress nominee Mr.Raghu Sharma defeated BJP candidate Mr.Ram Swaroop by 84,000 votes. At Mandalgarh Vidhan Sabha seat the Congress ...
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Staff Strike Deferred 25.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Madhya Pradesh Secretariat staff deferred their strike on the assurance by the Chief Minister Mr.Shivraj Singh Chouhan to settle it within 15 days. On the third day of their strike the Chief Minister summoned them when the work in the Secretariat suffered in its impact. Some employees were in hunger strike. Their demands include raising the retirement age from 60 to 62 years, promotions, revision of allowances, changing the nomenclature of peons and jamadar and removing the disparity in the salaries. The two and half lakh Government employees also lent their support to the Secretariat staff. The Election year is generally always is a year of agitation and demands and the ruling party Government is also liberal these days to prove and enhance its bonafide as welfare Government. About one lakh 62 thousand women employees of the 81 thousand Aaganwadis also submitted a memorandum to the Government demanding remuneration as fixed by the Labour Commissioner. They are also demanding absorption in the ...
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Fiat Chrysler asks U.S. court to toss out GM racketeering claims - filing 25.1.2020 Reuters: Money News
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV late on Friday urged a U.S. District Court to throw out General Motors Co's suit accusing Fiat Chrysler of racketeering and bribing officials of the United Auto Workers union to put GM at a multi-billion dollar labour cost ...
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North Korea confirms former commander is new foreign minister 25.1.2020 Reuters: World News
North Korea on Friday confirmed that Ri Son Gwon, a former defence commander with limited diplomatic experience, has been appointed the country's new foreign affairs minister, while the United States repeated calls for Pyongyang to give up its nuclear ...
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UK business perks up after election, weakening case for rate cut - PMIs 24.1.2020 Reuters: Money News
British companies are enjoying their best month in more than a year, a survey showed on Friday, the strongest evidence yet of a post-election boost to the economy that could deter the Bank of England from cutting interest rates next ...
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South Africa mine deaths fall to record low in 2019 24.1.2020 Reuters: World News
South Africa saw the lowest number of mine deaths on record last year, with 51 people killed compared to 81 the previous year, the mines ministry said on Friday.
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Training programme kick starts 24.1.2020 Manipur: E-Pao
Training programme kick starts
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What women in rural Madhya Pradesh want: Jobs with direct access to their wages 23.1.2020 Scroll.in
Financial independence and training holds the answer to keeping women in the workforce.
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New Zealand PM commits to 'positive' election campaign, warns of fake news 23.1.2020 Reuters: World News
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Thursday she would wage a "positive" 2020 election campaign, announcing her party had signed up to Facebook's advertising transparency tool to fight misinformation.
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AAI conducts pre-feasibility study 23.1.2020 The Assam Tribune
AAI conducts pre-feasibility study
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Coordination meeting on protection of children in State tea gardens 23.1.2020 The Assam Tribune
Coordination meeting on protection of children in State tea gardens
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The Brilliant Man India Loved To Hate 23.1.2020 Rediff: News
'The Congress party hated him because he had not gone to jail, he was not lathi charged, he had not gone on hunger strike.' 'They felt he had lived in London all his life and then he came to India and became an MP and a minister.'
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