[New Delhi] 3666 Complaints Of Corruption Against Officials Still Need Disposal
Minister of State for Personnel Jitendra Singh said in a written reply to the Lok Sabha that Over 26,052 complaints were received against government officers, including senior officials, last year, Of these, 22,386 complaints were disposed.
A total of 51,207 and 32,149 such complaints were received in 2016 and 2015 respectively. Of these, 48,764 and 30,789 were disposed in 2016 and 2015
Earlier Minister Jitendra Singh informed that 121806 Grievances are also Unredressed ,
The personnel ministry does not maintain and consolidated data on the number of cases pertaining to the charges of disproportionate assets against top officials of the Union government.
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[New Delhi] 3666 Complaints Of Corruption Against Officials Still Need Disposal
[New Delhi] Delhi’s Shutters Down On Sealing Protest
A large number of Markets are closed today on sealing protests
Bullion and wholesale commodity markets in the national capital were closed as traders shut shops for the day to protest against the city-wide sealing drive.
All other major commercial markets in the city including
Karol Bagh and
Chawri Bazar also remained shut.
Today’s strike has been called by the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) and the All Delhi Traders and Workers Association to protest against ongoing sealing drive in the city.
This is the third strike called by traders, who have been protesting against the sealing drive for the last three months
[New Delhi] PM “Modi” Assures His Doors Opened For Retiring MPs From Rajya Sabha
The continued disruptions in the Rajya Sabha found mention in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech for retiring members today when he said they would not be able to participate in debates when the House decides on important bills such as the one which seeks to criminalise the practise of instant triple talaq.
In his brief speech, Modi said “unfortunately”, the retiring members will not be part of Parliament when the decision on instant triple talaq is taken.
He also said the outgoing members must have prepared speeches on important issues so that their contribution is remembered.
But they could not do so. He said the responsibility of smooth functioning lies not only with the opposition but also with the government.
The Rajya Sabha, Modi said, is a distinguished House with eminent members serving here. He said the House plays a vital role in India’s democracy.
He did not use terms such as din, disruptions in his speech
Prime Minister expressed confidence that the Members retiring from the House, would now play an even stronger role in social service.
The Prime Minister made a special mention of many retiring MPs and their contributions.
The Prime Minister said that it is unfortunate that the retiring Members will not be a part of Parliament, when the long due decision on Triple Talaq is taken.
He assured the retiring members that the doors of Parliament and PMO are always open for them, and urged them to continue sharing their thoughts on vital issues of the day.
[Chd,Pb] Capt Seeks Imputs From Parties For Pollution
Chief Minister Amarinder Singh said the state government would soon convene an all-party meeting to deliberate on ways to check the menace of noise pollution caused by loudspeakers and public address system.
The chief minister said the issue was a matter of grave public concern and warranted a serious discussion.
Expressing concern over the implications of noise pollution, the chief minister said the norms on the issue were being flouted blatantly, especially in the case of DJs at social functions, which result in inconvenience and disturbance to students.
This issue was raised by Aam Aadmi Party MLA Aman Arora in the Assembly
The chief minister had earlier authorised Rural Development and Panchayats Minister Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa to reply on the call attention on noise pollution.
[Jaipur]Wedding Hall Inferno
A fire today broke out at a wedding hall
Fortunately no one was inured in the blaze which was controlled by ten fire tenders,
The tenders conducted 20 ferries, .
[नई दिल्ली] केंद्रीय महिला एवं बाल विकास मंत्री मेनका गाँधी के जाली लेटर हेड पशु तस्करों से बरामद
सोमवार को बरेली में दो पशु-तस्करों से श्रीमती गाँधी के जाली लेटरहेड जब्त किए गए हैं।
आरोपियों को स्थानीय पुलिस ने पशुओं को अवैध रूप से तस्करी करते हुए गिरफ्तार किया है। उनसे जाली लेटरपैड और वरिष्ठ अधिकारियों की मुहरें भी जब्त की गई हैं।
श्रीमती गांधी ने स्पष्ट करते हुए कहा कि इस तरह का कोई पत्र किसी व्यक्ति अथवा किसी संस्थान के नाम जारी नहीं किया गया है।
मैंने अपने लेटरहेड के माध्यम से किसी व्यक्ति या किसी संस्था को कभी भी प्राधिकृत नहीं किया है कि वे अवैध रूप से पशुओं को एक स्थान से दूसरे स्थान ले जा सकें। बरेली पुलिस से प्राप्त सूचना के आधार पर मंत्री ने आरोपियों के खिलाफ कड़ी कार्रवाई करने का आग्रह किया है
[Mumbai] Cafe Coffee Day’s Chill Shakes ==Buy One Get One Free
Café Coffee Day brings to milkshake lovers bottle full of fun and goodness with a lip smacking blend of milk and hints of fruit and chocolate. This new launch gets even better as you get to choose from its exciting range of Chill Shakes and then double the fun with another Chill Shake completely free with the irresistible Buy One Get One Free (BOGO) offer! With the exciting BOGO offer, youngsters will get to slurp on the best in quality milkshakes at a steal which will keep them coming back for more.
Speaking on Chill Shakes and the exciting BOGO offer, VenuMadhav, CEO, Café Coffee Day said, ” With Chill Shakes we bring another reason to delight our customers with the goodness of milk in flavours they love. With options like Kesar, Chocolate, Strawberry and Mango, there is something for every milkshake lover in town. Moreover, it’s tough picking between such four amazing flavours. Our Buy One Get One Free (BOGO) offer will easily help our young patrons pick two of our Chill Shakes range instead of one and share it with their friends too and double the fun.”
[New Delhi]CISF Offered Security Consultancy to 60 Schools,29 Responses Recd
Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju, in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha, said the paramilitary force has offered consultancy services to 60 schools/school chains.
Those offered the services include the
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan,
Navodaya Vidyalaya Society,
Delhi Public School (DPS) society,
Tagore International School Delhi,
schools under the national capital territory of Delhi,
Ryan International Schools,
Podar Schools Mumbai,
Doon School Dehradun,
Rishi Valley School,
Scindia School Gwalior,
Mayo College Ajmer and
Lawrence school Sanawar among others.
The minister said that a “response has been received from 29 schools”.
The Central Industrial Security Force started offering these services to schools in November last year in the wake of the killing of a student at a Gurgaon school.
The CISF security consultancy wing was raised in 1999 and it has provided its expert advise to over 150 organisations or institutions, including the IITs, IIMs, RBI and the National Police Academy in Hyderabad among others.
[New Delhi]Rahul Challenges 56″ Strongman [Modi]To Solve Dokalam
Congress president Rahul Gandhi today took a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the Doklam issue, saying he hoped the “56 inch strongman” has a plan to deal with the situation.
Gandhi’s comments came after China on Monday asserted that Doklam belongs to it and India should have “learnt lessons” from the stand-off last year.
Recalling China’s statement, Gandhi said on Twitter, “Last week thousands took my Twitter poll. 63% felt Modi Ji would use hugplomacy, blame RM and cry in public to deal with the Doklam issue!
“For India’s sake, I hope you were wrong and our 56 inch strongman has a plan.”
Troops of India and China were locked in a 73-day stand-off in Doklam near Sikkim last year after the Indian side stopped the building of a road in the disputed area by the Chinese Army.