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Capt Waives Fee For CLU For Radha Soami Bhawans in Punjab

(Chd,Pb)Capt Waives Fee For CLU For Radha Soami Bhawans
The Punjab Cabinet led by Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday approved waiver of fee for Change of Land Use (CLU) and several other charges for Satsang Bhawans established, or to be established in future, by Radha Soami Satsang Beas (RSSB) across the state.
Apart from CLU, the other charges to be waived include External Development Charges (EDC), Permission Fee (PF), Social Infrastructure Fund (SIF) and Building Scrutiny Fee.
It may be recalled that the State Government has already exempted above charges for educational, health, religious and social institutions set up by SGPC, Durgiana Mandir, Amritsar and Devi Talab Mandir, Jalandhar, vide its notification dated May 10, 2012.

Fellowships for Books on Post-Independence India

(New Delhi)Fellowships for Books on Post-Independence India
The New India Foundation fellowships are awarded biennially to Indian citizens for a period of one year and carry a stipend of Rs 1.5 lakh a month in addition to editorial and publishing support.
In a statement, the foundation has announced August 31 as the deadline for applications for the tenth edition of its fellowship programme. The selected fellows will join a community of 21 published authors.
The proposals for the fellowship need to be oriented towards publication and outline a road map towards that destination, it said.
Spearheaded by Ramachandra Guha, Nandan Nilekani, Srinath Raghavan, Manish Sabharwal and Niraja Gopal Jayal, the foundation strives to foster interest in documenting the dynamic and rich landscape of post-Independence India and to encourage high-quality research.
Some of the works of non-fiction supported by the foundation and published in recent years include Rahul Pandita’s “Our Moon Has Blood Clots”, Akshaya Mukul’s “Gita Press and the Making of Hindu India”, Amrita Shah’s “Ahmedabad: A City in the World”, and Saba Dewan’s “Tawaifnama” to name a few.
According to founding trustee Guha, the foundation has published “more than 20 outstanding works of history and non-fiction, many by younger writers that have won a sheaf of prestigious awards”.
“Our ongoing fellowship programme aims to catalyse and produce many more such books that will illuminate in different ways the history and politics of India since Independence,” he said.
Based in Bengaluru, the New India Foundation encourages breakthrough research on contemporary Indian history by awarding fellowships to gifted, energetic, scholars and writers.

मिडडेमील की ₹ ५६१ तक की राशि छात्रों के बैंकएकाउंट में जाएगी

IMG-20200607-WA0014#मिडडेमील की राशि छात्रों के बैंकएकाउंट में जाएगी
#बुलन्दशहर में सरकारी स्कूलों के अध्यापक और स्टाफ को शिक्षणसंस्थाओं में रिपोर्ट करने के आदेश
#जिलाबेसिकशिक्षाअधिकारी अखंडप्रतापसिंह द्वारा 6 जून को जारी आदेशानुसार शिक्षक+प्रधानाचार्य+अनुदेशक+शिक्षामित्रों को 8 जून की प्रातः 8 बजे अपने शिक्षण संस्थानों में रिपोर्ट करनी होगी
प्राप्त जानकारी के अनुसार कोरोना के कारण स्कूलों की बन्दी की अवधि के लिए छात्रों को #मिडडेमील की ₹ 374 से लेकर ₹ 561 तक की एक मुश्त राशि उनके बैंक एकाउंट में भेजी जानी है जिसके लिए स्कूलों में लाभार्थियों के बैंक खाते और आधार वगैरह कागजातों का मिलान किया जाएगा

India Pledges 15 Million $ to Gavi,International Vaccine Alliance

India Pledges 15 Million $ to Gavi,International Vaccine Alliance
Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi was addressing the virtual Global Vaccine Summit hosted by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson in which over 50 ​countries – business leaders, UN agencies, civil society, government ministers, Heads of State and country leaders participated.
In his address the Prime Minister said India stands in solidarity with the World in these challenging times.
Prime Minister said the COVID19 pandemic, in someways, has exposed the limitations of global cooperation and that for the first time in recent history, the human kind faces a clear common enemy.

Delhi Govt Seeks ₹ 5,K Cr from Centre to Pay Salaries

(New Delhi)Delhi Govt Seeks ₹ 5,K Cr from Centre to Pay Salaries
The Delhi government has demanded Rs 5,000 crore assistance from the Centre to be able to pay salaries to its employees, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Sunday.
Sisodia, who also holds the finance department charge, said the Delhi government requires Rs 3,500 crore per month to pay salaries to its employees and to meet other needs.
“However in past two months, our GST collection has been only Rs 500 crore each month. We need at least Rs 7,000 crore to be able to pay salaries to our employees many of whom are discharging frontline duties against the coronavirus epidemic,” Sisodia said in a press conference.
The Deputy CM said that in a letter to Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, he had demanded Rs 5,000 crore from the Centre as Delhi did not get anything from the disaster relief fund that was given to other states.

Udhav Govt Brings Bonded Doctors On Par With Docs on Contract

(Mumbai) Udhav Govt Brings Bonded Doctors On Par With Docs on Contract
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav
Thackeray said the decision will help intensify the fight against COVID-19 and provide a morale booster to the medical workers.
As per the revised salaries, bonded doctors working in
tribal belts will get Rs 75,000 instead of Rs 60,000
Specialist doctors on bond in the tribal belts will now get Rs 85,000 instead of Rs 70,000,
In other parts of the state, MBBS doctors will get Rs 70,000 instead of Rs 55,000,
while specialists will get Rs 80,000 instead of Rs 65,000
In Maharashtra, all MBBS, MS, MD, diploma and super specialty doctors graduating from government and municipal medical colleges have to render mandatory service to the government for a stipulated period.

IPRS Announces Addl Relief Fund to 3500 Members

(Mumbai)IPRS Announces Addl Relief Fund to 3500 Members
The Indian Performing Right Society (IPRS) has announced the release of an additional tranche of emergency relief fund for its members facing financial crisis during the nationwide lockdown amid coronavirus pandemic.
As per Press Release The fund will support around 3500 writers and composers in the music fraternity, across the country, whose livelihoods have been deeply impacted by COVID-19
Soon after the lockdown was announced to combat COVID-19 situation in the country on March 24, IPRS, a copyright society mandated by the government of India, as a custodian of its creator members, had declared an emergency relief package.
Javed Akhtar Tweeted “When the lock down was announced IPRS (Indian performing rights society) had funded more than 3000 members who are not in a comfortable position by putting money directly in their accounts since the lock down has continued IPRS is again funding those 30000 composers/ writers,” veteran lyricist-writer and chairman of IPRS,

जे&के के 3 (फीचर )फोटो पत्रकार पुलित्जर पुरस्कार से सम्मानित

जे&के के 3 फोटो पत्रकार पुलित्जर पुरस्कार से सम्मानित
कश्मीर के तीन फोटो पत्रकारों को पिछले साल अगस्त में धारा 370 के अधिकतर प्रावधान हटाए जाने के बाद क्षेत्र में जारी बंद के दौरान सराहनीय काम करने के लिए 2020 पुलित्जर पुरस्कार में ‘फीचर फोटोग्राफी’ की श्रेणी में सम्मानित किया गया है।
एसोसिएट प्रेस (एपी) के तीन फोटो पत्रकार मुख्तार खान,चन्नी आनंद और यासीन डार कल रात पुलित्जर पुरस्कार हासलि करने वाले लोगों की सूची में शुमार हैं।

अवार्ड वापिसी गैंग का नया रूप,केंद्र ने जांच बैठाई

(नई दिल्ली)#अवार्डवापिसीगैंग का नया रूप
50 #आईआरएस अधिकारियों के एक ग्रुप ने चतुर बनते हुए बिनमांगी सलाह मीडिया में उछाली है मोटी मोटी तनख्वाह और भत्ते के सुखभोगी ग्रुप के अनुसार अमीरों पर 10% अधिक #टैक्स लगाया जाना चाहिए / केंद्र सरकार ने तत्काल इसका खंडन कर दिया और
#सीबीडीटी ने समय रहते इसकी जांच की घोषणा कर दी है अब देखना है के कौन पहले पलक झपकाता है

No Reduction of Pension of 65.26 Lakh Pensioners:Centre

(New Delhi) Centre Has No Proposal for Reduction of Pension
There are 65.26 lakh central government pensioners.
There is no proposal for reduction of pension and no action is being contemplated by the government in this respect, the Centre said on Sunday.
The assertion assumes significance as rumours are afloat that the government is contemplating reduction or stoppage of pension.
It has come to the notice of the Department of Pensions and Pensioners’ Welfare (DoPPW) that, in the wake of the current pandemic COVID-19 and the ensuing economic scenario, many rumours are afloat that the government is contemplating a reduction or stoppage of pension which has become a source of worry for the pensioners, the government said in a communique.
“As clarified earlier, it is being reiterated that there is no such proposal for reduction of pension and no action is contemplated by the government in this respect. Instead, the government is committed for the welfare and well being of the pensioners,” the communique issued by the DoPPW said.