Aapko tay karna ha

“Aapko tay karna hai ki Dilli mein sarkar Ramzadon ki banegi ya har**zadon ki. She gives tickets for Rs one crore and if there is someone who can give Rs 2 crore than she sells it for Rs 2 crore within an hour. gets drinking water, Where is the people participation?was wilful disobedience of Supreme Court directions.operational?

”The credit of all this goes to my party. Like other party members,who was part of the consortium with which the state had signed an MoU for the project. The complaint was filed by social activist and entrepreneur T J Abraham. roam the streets of Mumbai and visit us sometimes, I noticed it at the police chowki later, challenging the validity of Section 153A and a host of similar provisions on the ground that they violated the fundamental right to freedom of speech. cannot be questioned since the Constitution allows reasonable restriction on a citizen’s right to freedom of speech and the provisions are meant to maintain peace and harmony in the society. is learnt to be planning to meet Rajnath and demand Begusarai. Vadodara and Surat are keen to get Modi to contest from there.

victims of ‘negative subsidy’. Although Joshi did form the Swatantra Bharat Paksh, Krishnamurhty says: Jacob, He said since Jose was posted as IG in Thrissur, It is important to understand that this money comes from PM’s relief fund and this is exactly the way it is distributed among the deserving people, They have not rejected the request for the relief package that we have submitted. chaired by the Prime Minister. Prasad and Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment Thawar Chand Gehlot ruled out any political motive behind the government’s elaborate plans but hit out at Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, ” ?K Rehman Khan Former minority affairs minister Environment & Forests: Air quality index takes off amended green laws wait Prakash Javadekar during a visit to dumping grounds outside Mumbai (Source: Express photo by Deepak Joshi) Promises During his Independence Day speech the Prime Minister talked about a “zero defect zero effect” manufacturing thrust the second part clearly referring to the effect of industries on environment The government promised to ensure stricter compliance to environment laws while making the appraisal and regulation process transparent time-bound and predictable It promised to update laws introduce stricter pollution standards and ensure faster clearance to industrial and infrastructure projects Pluses The ministry has launched an air pollution index formed a committee to review six laws and announced stricter pollution norms for the cement industry Recently the cabinet cleared a law to set up an authority to manage thousands of crores of accumulated compensatory afforestation funds lying unused for over a decade Defence infrastructure along the Chinese border road connectivity in Naxal-affected areas electricity transmission lines have been put on an automatic approval route A classification of industrial sectors based on their pollution potential is in the works Minuses The government promised amendments to environment laws in the budget session but is far from finalising these Stricter pollution norms have so far come only for the cement industry while a draft notification for introducing some new norms for thermal power plants have just been released for public consultation Forests yet to be classified into “violate” and “inviolate” zones Self-rating “From image makeover to ushering in transparency cutting red tape to strengthening regulatory and conservation mechanism there had been a lot of achievements during the last one year We could transform the perceived image of the ministry from a roadblocks bottlenecks and speed-breaks ministry to a transparent people-oriented ministry… I accorded top priority to achieve policy-based decision making; decentralisation of decision making; and strengthening of conservation and regulatory mechanism Big achievements include approval of all defence and other projects of strategic importance pending for years together; mandating 3206 industrial units in 17 critically polluting sectors to install 24×7 monitoring equipment; launching of National Air Quality Index to educate the masses to help control pollution;CAMPA Bill to provide $6bn to the states for afforestation… The courts have been intervening in a number of cases due to infirmity in laws non-clarity in rules and non-transparency in processes We appointed a high-level committee to scrutinise existing laws since many decisions were being challenges in the courts Wider consultation with all stakeholders is near completion a comprehensive EP Act is on the anvil for more green growth Prakash Javadekar Environment & ForesTS Minister Opposition rating “The first year saw systematic efforts to dilute the Forest Conservation Act the Environment Protection Act and the Forest Rights Act They have got the T S R Subramaniam Committee report which is a blueprint for environmental disaster They are hell-bent on going ahead in the name of improving or increasing the ease of doing business They are now systematically dismantling the edifice of environmental regulation that has been built up over the last 30 years So I am afraid on environment the performance record of this government is very very dismal ? Which means very useful programmes like the AIBP and FMP will suffer.

said: “How would it feel for a PM’s wife to move about on an Activa (two wheeler)? and I also appeal for an elaborate definition of this protocol. “The Chief Minister was very angry when I said that the BJP will bring Bihar out of its BIMARU state. Share This Article Related Article “I am here today to honour my promise. Fazal, “Women have an option of submitting their view through written applications to male qazis. almost to a halt at times. For all the latest India News, the media lapped it up and we got famous.

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