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Category: Unrest Strikes

JNU To Rollback Hike in Hostel Fee

(New Delhi) JNU To Rollback Hike in Hostel Fee
The Jawaharlal Nehru University on Wednesday decided to partially rollback the hike in hostel fees following protests by students for 16 days.
The decision was taken in varsity’s Executive Council (EC) meeting which had to be shifted outside the campus at the last moment fearing agitation by students.
According to sources, the room rent which was raised to Rs 600 from Rs 20 for single occupancy will now be Rs 200. Similarly, for double occupancy the rent was hiked from Rs 10 to Rs 300. The amount will now be Rs 100.

TSRTC ,to Start Protest In Front of MPs+ MLAs from 11 Nov

(Hyderabad)TSRTC ,to Start Protest In Front of MPs+ MLAs from 11 Nov
The 37-day-old indefinite strike by the transport employees in Telangana pressing various demands would be intensified from November 11, the unions announced on Sunday.
TSRTC-Joint Action Committee leader EAshwathamaReddy said the agitating employees would hold protests in front of the residences of MPs, MLCs and MLAs of the ruling TRS across the state on November 11 and on November 12 three union leaders would launch an indefinite fast here.
On November 13, they would lodge a complaint with the National Human Rights Commission and National Commission for Women in Delhi, over alleged repression of the employees since the launch of strike.
He said they would organise road blockades across the state on November 18.
The union leader urged the state government to respect the Telangana High Court directive and invite the RTC workers for talks.
Nearly 48,000 employees of the corporation have been on an indefinite strike from October 5 across Telangana, demanding merger of RTC with the government transport department, pay revision, among others.

Decisions Which Bridges Gap,Makes Better Human Being: Akhilesh Yadav

(Lucknow, UP) Decisions which bridges the gap, makes people a better human being,” :Akhilesh Yadav
Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav has avoided a direct comment on the Supreme Court’s verdict on the Ayodhya dispute and used poetry to react to the decision.
“Jo faisley faslon ko ghatatey hain, woh insaan ko behtar insaan banate hain (The decisions which bridges the gap, makes people a better human being,” Yadav tweeted in Hindi.
The Samajwadi Party leader’s comments assume significance as it was his father and then chief minister Mulayam Singh Yadav who had ordered the Uttar Pradesh police to open fire at karsevaks gathered in Ayodhya on October 30, 1990.
The Supreme Court, in a unanimous verdict earlier on Saturday, cleared the way for the construction of a Ram temple at the disputed site in Ayodhya and directed the Centre to allot a five-acre plot to the Sunni Waqf Board for building a mosque.

प्याज़ का निर्यात बन्द :अब दुबई+तुर्की+मिस्र से भी आयात होगा

(नई दिल्ली)प्याज़ अब दुबई+तुर्की+मिस्र से भी आयात होगा
उपभोक्‍ता मामलों के विभाग के सचिव के अनुसार एक उच्‍चस्‍तरीय बैठक में निम्‍न महत्‍वपूर्ण निर्णय लिए गए।
1. घरेलू आपूर्ति बढ़ाने के लिए एमएमटीसी दुबई तथा अन्‍य देशों से शीघ्र ही पर्याप्‍त मात्रा में प्‍याज का आयात करेगा। निविदा के लिए अनिवार्य समयसीमा को कम करने के लिए भी मंजूरी दी जा चुकी है, क्‍योंकि घरेलू मांग को पूरा करने की तत्‍काल आवश्‍यकता है।
2. एमएमटीसी, नाफेड, कृषि मंत्रालय तथा उपभोक्‍ता मामले वि‍भाग के अधिकारियों की एक टीम को तुर्की तथा मिश्र की यात्रा करने का निर्देश दिया गया है
3. नाफेड को निर्देश दिया गया है कि वह विशेष रूप से अलवर, राजस्‍थान में घरेलू खरीद प्रक्रिया में तेजी लाए और उन राज्‍यों को आपूर्ति करें, जहां मांग अधिक है। वर्तमान में प्रति‍दिन 300 टन प्‍याज की मांग है,
4. उपभोक्‍ता मामलों के विभाग ने दिल्‍ली व राजस्‍थान की सरकारों तथा एपीएमसी से अनुरोध किया है कि वे 9 से 12 नवम्‍बर, 2019 तक मंडियां खुली रखें ताकि आपूर्ति में कोई बाधा न हो।
५ दिल्‍ली, महाराष्‍ट्र और राजस्‍थान के ऐसे व्‍यापारियों के खिलाफ सख्‍त कार्रवाई की जाएगी जो परस्‍पर सम्‍पर्क में हैं और कीमतों के संदर्भ में जोड़-तोड़ करने का प्रयास कर रहे हैं।

Capt Opens Treasure for Stubble Burner Farmers in Punjab

(ChdPb) Capt Uses Baton on Stubble Burner Farmers
Capt ordered to Open Treasure for Stubble Burner Farmers in Punjab
Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Friday ordered the state’s agriculture department to provide financial assistance to small and marginal farmers who had not burnt any paddy straw.
The chief minister also ordered stringent action against violators of the ban on stubble burning, in compliance with the apex court’s directives on penalization of such farmers, according to an official statement issued here.
Singh chaired a high-level meeting to discuss the implications of the Supreme Court orders, which would put an additional burden on the cash strapped state, which was already reeling under fiscal problems in the GST regime.
The meeting was informed that more than 900 FIRs had so far been registered against erring farmers, mostly in Muktsar and Bathinda, with some cases reported in Sangrur.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered the governments of Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh to give an incentive of Rs 100 per quintal within 7 days to small and marginal farmers who have not burnt crop stubble. The burning of crop residue in the three states is stated to be responsible for 44 per cent of the air pollution in the Delhi-National Capital Region (NCR).

BJP Pushing Maha Towards President’s Rule:NCP

(MumbaiI) BJP Pushing Maharashtra Towards President’s Rule :NCP
NCP chief spokesperson Nawab Malik also said that the people of Maharashtra do not bow before the “throne of Delhi”.
The BJP, which emerged as the single largest party in the October 21 Assembly polls winning 105 seats, and its ally Shiv Sena, distant second largest with 56 seats, have not staked claim to form government together or separately till now.
The two parties, which contested the election under the aegis of ‘Mahayuti’, are bickering over sharing chief ministerial post since October 24, when the poll results was out.
The NCP and the Congress won 54 and 44 seats, respectively, in the election to the 288-member assembly where the majority mark is 145.

Cong Burnt Shrikant Sharma’s Effigy in His MathuraEPF Scam

(Mathura,UP)Cong Burnt Shrikant Sharma’s Effigy in His Own Constituency ,Mathura
Congress workers Thursday burnt effigy of Uttar Pradesh Power Minister Srikant Sharma, seeking his sacking for alleged involvement in the EPF scam.
The former leader of the Congress Legislative Party in Uttar Pradesh, Pradeep Mathur, said though it was the previous Samajwadi Party government that approved the transfer of power employees’ provident fund to the housing finance firm DHFL, the amount was being transferred for the past three years after the BJP government came to power.
Since the transfer of such a huge amount without the consent of the minister concerned was not possible, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath should sack him

Ailing BSNL,s Part Time Sweeper Ramakrishnan Committed Suicide

(Malappuram,Kerala ) BSNL,s Part Time Sweeper Ramakrishnan Committed Suicide
A contract employee Ramakrishnan, hailing from Vandoor in the district, had been working as a part-time sweeper for the past 30 years.
Union leaders said the contract employees had not been getting salary for the past 10 months and they were on an agitation since the past 130 days, demanding payment of salary dues.
Since June 24, the employees under the BSNL Casual Contract Labour Union (CCLU), affiliated to the CITU, has been protesting over non-payment of pending wages.
BSNL CCLU working president K Mohanan had alleged the current crisis in the BSNL was due to the Centre’s move to promote Reliance Jio by denying BSNL permission for 4G services.
The ailing BSNL had also notified a voluntary retirement scheme days after the government approved its merger with MTNL.

CGHS Gets Judicial Protection on its New Modification

(New Delhi)#CGHS Gets Judicial Protection on its New Modification
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday declined to interfere with the modified Central Government Health Services (CGHS) scheme, saying it is for the Centre to decide how to give health benefits and supply medicines to its serving and retired employees.
A bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice C Hari Shankar said prima facie the modified policy creates no hurdles in supply of medicines to the central government employees and also curbs misuse of the scheme as was being allegedly done in the past.
Under the earlier scheme, if medicines prescribed by a doctor were not available at a wellness centre or dispensary, an authorisation slip was issued to the patient for procuring the medicine from a local chemist, patients used to use the authorisation slip for buying toothbrushes, toothpastes, Horlicks and cosmetics from the chemist shop.Under the new scheme, it said, if medicine was not available at the dispensary, the local empanelled chemist supplies it to the wellness centre which in turn provides it to the patient.

FIRs Filed Against Rioting Lawyers

(New Delhi)) FIRs Filed Against Rioting Lawyers
A policeman and a civilian filed two FIRs on Tuesday, alleging they were assaulted by lawyers at the Saket Court Complex in South Delhi,
The FIRs were filed at Saket police station in connection with the assaults on Monday.
An on-duty policeman was thrashed by advocates outside the Saket Court Complex. In a video of the purported incident, lawyers were seen beating up the policeman riding a bike. One of the lawyers also slapped him. When the policeman was leaving the spot, the lawyer also hit his bike with his helmet.
The civilian alleged he was beaten up by lawyers at the court complex.
Meanwhile, thousands of police personnel have been protesting outside their headquarters at ITO in an unprecedented move, demanding action against lawyers involved in the attack outside the Saket Court Complex.
The tension between police personnel and lawyers had been building up since Saturday, when a clash over a parking dispute injured at least 20 security personnel and several advocates.