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COAS Presents Colours to 20 &21 Mahar Bns
General Dalbir Singh, Chief of Army Staff, presented the ‘President’s Colours’ to 20 MAHAR and 21 MAHAR Battalions of the Mahar Regiment on the occasion of Platinum Jubilee of the Regiment at Saugor Military Station, today.
The Regiment has
09 Battle Honours,
12 Theatre Honours,
08 COAS Unit Citations,
19 GOC-in-C Unit Appreciations and scores of gallantry awards to its credit.
This honour has been bestowed upon these two young battalions of the Regiment in recognition of their dedicated and meritorious service rendered to the nation since their raising.
Army Chief also released a “First Day Cover”, a book on Late General K V Krishna Rao and a graphic novel on Late Major R Parameswaran, PVC.
The Colour Presentation Parade was held at the ‘Anusuya Prasad Parade Ground’ which is named after the youngest Mahavir Chakra recipient of the Indian Army, who with only 10 days of military service laid down his life in the Battle of Shamsher Nagar during 1971 Indo-Pak war.
The Chief of Army Staff, General Dalbir Singh presenting the Presidents Colours to 21 Mahar Battalion of the Mahar Regiment, on the occasion of Platinum Jubilee of the Regiment, at Saugor Military Station, in Sagar, Madhya Pradesh on November 04, 2016.
[New Delhi,]Govt’s Axe Falls On 11000 NGOs :Derecognised
The Modi government has so far cancelled registration of more than 22,000 NGO for various alleged lapses.
Center derecognises 11,000 NGOs”Their validity of registration is deemed expired from November 1, 2016,”
Government has derecognised more than 11,000 NGOs after they failed to renew their registration by June-end, preventing them from receiving foreign funds.
The Union Home Ministry said it has cancelled registration of 11,319 organisations that had not applied for renewal of registration under the Foreign Contribution Regulations Act by the June 30 deadline this year.
In the list are about
hundreds of schools and institutions such as the
Indian Statistical Institute and reputed NGOs that works for street children.
In 2015, the Home Ministry cancelled FCRA registration of 10,000 non-government organisations because they did not file their annual returns for three years in a row.
Many of these organisations were defunct or did not want the FCRA registration in any case.
The Centre’s decision brings down the number of not-for-profit organisations permitted to receive foreign funding to 20,500, less than half of what it was two years ago when 42,500 were registered under the FCRA 2010.
The Foreign Contribution Regulation Act 2010–which replaced a 1976 law by the same name–ended the system of permanent registration, and required NGOs to seek renewal of their licence every five years.
The validity of FCRA registration of the NGOs was extended till October 31, 2016 but they were required to submit applications for renewal of registration by June 30.
The Home Ministry also said it had closed the application for FCRA licence renewal in 1,736 cases due to “non-submission of documents or deficient documents or other statutory shortcoming within the stipulated time”.
These 1,736 NGOs include some branches of the
Mata Amritanandamayi Math as well as the
Krishnamurthi Foundation of India, and they had applied online for renewal of their registrations before June 30, 2016.
The Ministry has now asked these 1,736 NGOs to submit their representations in support of deficiency in the application, by November 8
In its original form, the FCRA was enacted apparently to restrict flow of foreign funds to civil society groups during the 1975-77 Emergency.
Parliament had passed a stringent version of the FCRA in 2010, with the Congress-led UPA government insisting that NGOs that rely on foreign funds had to be prepared for greater scrutiny.
[New Delhi] Broadcasters Demand Withdrawal Of One Day Ban On NDTV
BEA demanded withdrawal of one day ban on N D T V channel
The Broadcast Editors’ Association (BEA) has expressed concern on the I&B ministry’s decision to impose a one day ban on ‘NDTV India’ and demanded that the order be withdrawn immediately.
In a statement, the BEA, which has senior journalists of leading news channels as members, said that it would go into the issue in detail and come out with a comprehensive report on it.
Imposing a ban is a violation of freedom of expression and the decision should be withdrawn immediately,” the BEA said in a statement today.
The statement, issued by BEA President Shazi Zaman and General Secretary N K Singh, added that the editors’ association would go into the issue.
Earlier, the I&B ministry had issued an ordered saying that NDTV India should be taken off air for a day after an inter-ministerial panel constituted by the ministry recommended this action over the broadcaster’s coverage of the Pathankot terror attack in January.
The panel had concluded that the channel ‘NDTV India’ had revealed crucial and “strategically sensitive” information when the terror attack on an IAF base was being carried out.
The broadcaster in its statement has claimed that ‘NDTV India’ had been “particularly balanced” in its coverage and is shocked at being “singled out”
[जयपुर,राजस्थान] राखी सावंत के खिलाफ पी एम् के अपमान का मुकदमा दर्ज
राजसमंद जिले के कांकरोली थाना पुलिस ने अभिनेत्री राखी सावंत के खिलाफ प्रधानमंत्री नरेन्द्र मोदी के फोटो वाली पौशाक पहन कर प्रधानमंत्री का अपमान करने के आरोप में मामला दर्ज किया है।
कांकरोली थानाधिकारी लक्ष्मण राम के अनुसार पुलिस ने एक अदालत के आदेश पर कल यह मामला दर्ज किया है।
अधिवक्ता प्रजीत तिवारी ने अदालत में पेश किये गये इस्तगासे में कहा कि अभिनेत्री राखी सांवत ने काले रंग की ड्रेस पहनी और उसकी तस्वीर सोशल मीडिया पर जारी की। उस ड्रेस में प्रधानमंत्री नरेन्द्र मोदी की फोटो बनी हुई थीं। , ऐसी ड्रेस पहन कर राखी ने प्रधानमंत्री का अपमान किया है। महिला अश्लील निरूपण अधिनियम की धाराओं के तहत अभिनेत्री राखी सांवत के खिलाफ मामला दर्ज किया गया है
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[New Delhi,Chandigarh]Punjab To Launch Sensitisation Awareness Campaign In Schools
Punjab Revenue & Rehabilitation and Information & Public Relations Minister Mr. Bikram Singh Majithia today disclosed the State government was working on a comprehensive disaster risk reduction plan.
Speaking on the sidelines of the three days Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction being held at Vigyan Bhawan, Minister Majithia said that the forthcoming plan involved taking concrete preparatory measures to tackle natural disasters.
Majithia said that the Asian region annually registered the highest incidences of natural disasters. He said in 2015, 45 % of all global disasters occurred in Asia, affecting national, regional, social, environmental and economic development in the region and beyond. He said children and youth were highly vulnerable to the effects of disasters, representing over 50% of the victims.
He said to build capacity and empower children and youth to engage in the systematic implementation of disaster risk reduction, school safety and resilience building a comprehensive campaign would be launched in the state at the school and Panchayat level. He said NGO’s, private organisations, social organisations, red cross societies and self-help groups would also be made part of this sensitisation awareness programmes.
Majithia said that Punjab Chief Minister Sr. Parkash Singh Badal has already constituted a state disaster response force which has 15 teams each team comprising of 40 Jawans for tackling any disaster like situation. He further said that as Punjab is the food bowl of India and agriculture is the backbone of the economy of the country therefore proper measures should be worked for reduce the risk of crop loss due to natural calamities. Mr. Majithia said Punjab Government had taken a lead in this direction by doubling the compensation of crop loss and included crop loss for compensation due to pests, frost, hail storm and floods, white fly for the first time.
Earlier Prime Minister Mr. Narindera Modi along with Union Home Minister Mr. Rajnath Singh, Union Minister of State Home Affairs Mr. Kiren Rijiju and other foreign dignitaries inaugurated the three day Asian Ministerial conference on Disaster Risk Reduction in which delegates from 61 countries are participating.
[Phagwara,Punjab]Akalis Burn Effigies Of Congress’s Top Brass Leaders
SAD activists today burnt effigies of Sonia and Cong leaders
Activists of Ruling Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) today held a protest march and burnt effigies of Congress president Sonia Gandhi and other leaders for the party’s alleged “role” in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.
Effigies of Jagdish Tytler and Sajjan Kumar for their alleged “involvement” in the riots in Delhi, were also burnt.
Led by SAD’s Kapurthala district president Sarwan Singh Kular, the protesters assembled on the premises of local Gurdwara Akalian and marched from there through the city markets before converging outside bus stand along the National Highway 1 where the effigies were set ablaze.
During the march, anti-Congress slogans were raised while protestors demanded justice for the victims of the 1984 riots.
Party councillors, including Phagwara Corporation deputy mayor Ranjit Singh Khurana, also joined the protest.