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so teenagers should get up two hours later.head of the successful Monkseaton Community High in North Tyneside, At some places, “Earlier we used to vote for NC but we are now giving a chance to the party that has promised development, India needed a win in order to qualify for the final of the tournament, But now after his death, senior BJP leader and Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Tuesday said the note ban was done to check corruption, saying that he kept quiet during the UPA government when several scams happened.Prasad said “he must answer about the corruption that took place during the UPA rule He must answer on the 2G scam the coal scam and others Everyday corrupt people are being arrested their houses are being raided Is Rahul Gandhi having problem with this” Earlier Rahul Gandhi slammed demonetisation saying its has only increased corruption and added to the woes of the poor people Claiming that a new black market was created to exchange the demonetised notes Gandhi said demonetisation was a direct attack on the country’s financial institutions and the poor “A new market for the conversion of money has been set up What resulted is an attack on financial institutions and poor people of the country” Gandhi said in a join press conference of oppositon parties West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee also attacked the prime minister over note ban and called demonetisation a big scam She also asked if the prime minister will resign if the situation doesn’t improve after 50 days as promised by him For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Bangalore | Published: March 25 2013 12:18 pm Related News Six workers were charred to death in their sleep at a private seat making unit here in the early hours today The workers had stayed in the factory godown itself after night shift when the tragedy struckfire brigade sources saidThe bodies of five victims were recovered at the spot where they had slept and of another nearby indicating that he might have tried to escape the blazethey said Eleven fire tenders were rushed to the spot to put out the firethe sources said The cause of the fire was not immediately known For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vishwas Waghmode | Mumbai | Updated: October 9 2017 8:09 am Officials red-flag project on leased land; no conflict of interest says Deshmukh Related News A company belonging to Maharashtra Textile Minister Subhash Deshmukh’s Lokmangal Group will earn lease rent from a cooperative society’s garment unit being set up through a financial scheme operated by the Textile Department according to records obtained by The Indian Express under the Right to Information (RTI) Act Records show that Deshmukh approved financial assistance to the unit under his government’s scheme despite red flags being raised by his officials that contrary to norms governing the scheme the society did not own the land on which the unit would come up Deshmukh is the Maharashtra BJP’s vice-president and became Textile Minister on July 8 2016 The society that leased his company’s land — Preshak Mahila Textile Garment Audhyogik Utpadak Cooperative Society Ltd Solapur — is chaired by Vidya Lolge who is also a vice-president of the Opposition NCP’s women’s wing Government records show that on March 31 2017 the last day of the financial year the Maharashtra government sanctioned Rs 5840 lakh as assistance to the society as a first installment under a National Cooperative Development Corporation (NCDC)-sponsored scheme for development of powerloom cooperatives Records also show that a one-acre plot of agricultural land owned by Lokmangal Developers part of the Lokmangal Group has been leased to the society for Rs 2 lakh annually to be upwardly revised by 15 per cent every three years to set up the unit The land which is classified as non-irrigated falls in Mandrup under Deshmukh’s Assembly constituency When contacted by The Indian Express Deshmukh denied suggestions of conflict of interest and said that his department assisted the society as part of its plans to increase rural employment and make the area a textile hub Preshak chairperson Lolge said the unit will start operations “in six months” and provide employment to “350 women” RTI records show that the Preshak society first wrote to the Textile Department on August 10 2009 to set up a readymade garments unit on a two-acre plot with a 40-year lease in Savatkhed in South Solapur tehsil Documents show that the society’s estimated project cost was Rs 530 crore which was revised by the Department to Rs 307 crore while forwarding the proposal to the NCDC on January 1 2014 On March 11 2014 the NCDC approved project assistance of Rs 292 crore Over a month later records show the society decided to shift the location of the unit to Mandrup village in South Solapur But on May 22 2017 in a letter to the Maharashtra Director for Textiles the society said it had received “expert” opinion that the land is not suitable and sought to implement the project on another plot of land owned by Lokmangal Developers Records show that on June 2 2017 the director of the state Textile Department forwarded the society’s proposal to lease land from Lokmangal for 10 years but with a file noting observing that according to norms for assistance the society should own the land or have a lease agreement for at least 30 years On June 28 2017 records show the file was put up before Textile Minister Deshmukh On July 29 2017 the Textile director wrote to Ujjwal Uke Principal Secretary (Textiles) with a revised proposal from the society and pointed out that it had thrice changed the proposed location after its first proposal in 2009 ”The society has so far changed the project location three times and must first finalise the place and submit a final resolution regarding this In this way the society will not be able to repeatedly change the project location after getting state government approval When the society owns land it is felt that it would be inappropriate for a project on leased land” said the director’s letter The director was referring to the society’s claims in 2017 to his department: in March it said it was purchasing 92936 sq m in Solapur city instead of Savatkhed; in May it submitted a 10-year lease agreement for one acre in Mandrup belonging to Lokmangal Developers Ltd; in July it submitted a 30-year lease agreement for one acre in Basavnagar South Solapur also belonging to Lokmangal Developers Ltd Records show that on August 9 2017 the Textile department prepared a note stating that the minister during a discussion had directed it to seek a 30-year lease agreement from the society according to a Government Resolution (GR) on February 24 1999 and that the proposal be put up again This note also referred to a meeting chaired by Sunil Porwal Additional Chief Secretary (Textiles) on April 4 2016 during which he directed that it would be “mandatory for powerloom cooperatives to purchase land due to low recovery under the scheme” However the note said that the minister referred to the 1999 GR and directed the society to be allowed to take land on lease for 30 years and the change of location to be approved Two days later Uke noted on the file in Marathi: “What is the status of the purchased plot” On August 16 2017 the director replied stating that the society’s plot purchase in Solapur city had fallen through after the land owner cancelled the deal when the cheque issued by the society bounced “At present the society has two plots and hence it should first finalise a plot and must submit a final resolution regarding it” the textile director noted in the letter Uke put up the file to the minister “for orders” on August 21 Deshmukh granted approval on August 22 noting on the file that the society wants to relocate the project to the Basavnagar plot The NCDC assistance scheme was started in Maharashtra in October 1996 — the state releases the assistance to the society first and claims reimbursement from the Corporation thereafter But recovery of assistance from beneficiaries of the scheme was so poor that the scheme was discontinued in February 2004 before being re-started in January 2009 In January 2011 the government decided that personal property of the societies’ directors would be mortgaged for effective recovery In the case of Preshak the NCDC sanctioned assistance comprising a term loan of Rs 146 crore and an investment loan Rs 116 crore The state government is to pass on Rs 116 crore as share capital in the cooperative unit and Rs 146 crore as term loan to the society The period of loan is eight years with a moratorium of one year for the term loan only ‘To generate rural employment’ Maharashtra Minister Subhash Deshmukh said “When I heard that the society is looking for a plot I suggested to them a plot near Mandrup which falls in my assembly constituency This is basically to generate employment in rural parts… Lokmangal Developers had quoted a higher lease amount but I convinced them to reduce it There is no profit to Lokmangal Developers” Deshmukh denied any conflict of interest in his department facilitating funds for a project which has leased land from a firm under his group He said he intends to set up a textile hub in his Assembly constituency in the area adjoining Mandrup village Lokmangal Developers Ltd director Dhananjay Patil said there is no conflict of interest as the company is part of the Lokmangal group but also a separate entity owned by him his father and his maternal uncle “We have followed all legal procedure for making the lease agreement for 30 years with the society It was not Deshmukh but the society that approached us requesting the land lease” said Patil Vidya Lolge who heads the society said the garment manufacturing unit would start operations within six months “This is the only such project by women Around 350 women will get employment” said Lolge On reasons for shifting the project location she said “We found that women from Hotagi Mandrup and adjoining villages in South Solapur would have to travel to the city if they wanted to work at the unit and so a unit closer to their homes would be preferable” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 29 2017 5:27 am Top News Booked for staining signboards with ink in Chandigarh a court on Saturday fined the Sector 40 resident Baljit Singh Khalsa of Rs 7500 under the Defacement Act The accused was booked by the Chandigarh Police on July 17 under Delhi Defacement of Public Property Act after he smeared ink on signboards around the deputy commissioner’s office in Sector 17 which were not displaying signs in Punjabi According to police on July 17 Khalsa threw black paint at the signage alleging that they should have been written in Punjabi as well Police said that Khalsa came to the DC office around 7 am with a bucketfull of black paint and a tumbler and defaced the signage directing towards the DC office Khalsa smeared the black paint on three to four signboards around the DC building and argued that Chandigarh Administration should change all signage on roads in public offices and at public places in English Hindi and also in Punjabi in the Union Territory The court convicted Khalsa under this act as Chandigarh is following the Delhi Defacement Of Property Act since it has more stringent punishment for the violators Four others fined for defacement The court on Saturday fined four others for defacement and imposed a fine Rs 7500 each in separate cases They were held guilty for pasting posters promoting their business on city walls For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News In September, we have written to the President.
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would now be held in October. Ninety applications didn’t make the cut.