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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.

Actor Kiran Kumar Covid +ve

(Mumbai)Actor Kiran Kumar Covid +ve
He is currently under home quarantine.
The 74-year-old actor said he is asymptomatic and is doing “absolutely fine.”
The actor, who had featured in films like “Dhadkan”, “Mujhse Dosti Karoge”, among others, said it has been ten days since the test happened and he still hasn’t developed any symptoms
As of Saturday, Maharashtra recorded total 47,190 coronavirus cases, with 1,577 death toll, according to the state health department.

Spike in Cyber Crimes :Maha Home Minister

(Mumbai) Spike in Cyber Crimes :Maha Home Minister
Maharashtra amidst the coronavirus-induced lockdown, state Home Minister Anil Deshmukh on Saturday warned of a stricter action against those involved in such acts.
Maharashtra Cyber Department has so far registered 410 offences and arrested 213 persons in connection with these.

Cine Workers Body Seeks Relief from Maha Govt;Lockdown

(Mumbai)Cine Workers Body Seeks Relief from Maha Govt;Lockdown
The All India Cine Workers Association (AICWA) on Wednesday wrote to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray seeking financial assistance for its workers who have lost their livelihood due to the COVID-19 lockdown.
In his letter, AICWA president Suresh S Gupta said the Indian film industry that generates revenue to the tune of Rs 2 lakh crore was unable to feed a large chunk of its labourers who were on daily wages.
There were a few film stars and directors who have come forward to support families of such labourers but that was not enough as there are lakhs of them, he said.
As the lockdown was now extended till May 3, the AICWA requested the state government to provide Rs 5,000 per month and monthly essentials to family of each worker.

Aurangabad BJP Rattles Over Shifting of Sports Uni to Pune

(Aurangabad)Aurangabad BJP Rattles Over Shifting of Sports University to Pune
The previous Devendra Fadnavis-led state government proposed a dedicated sports university in Karodi area on the outskirts of Aurangabad city in Marathwada region.
Now BJP MLA Atul Save has claimed that the Maharashtra government has decided to shift the proposed sports university from Aurangabad to Pune, and warned of a protest if the decision is not revoked.
Land acquisition for it has also been completed and 130 acre land has been handed over to the agencies concerned, Save told reporters on Wednesday.
Hockey Maharashtra vice president Pankaj Bharsakhle said shifting this proposed university out of Aurangabad will hamper the growth of Marathwada in the field of sports.
The land and initial funds for the project have already been allotted by the previous government

CM’s Post Vacant in Shadow Govt of MNS:ShivSena

(Mumbai) CM’s Post Vacant in Shadow Govt of MNS:ShivSena
The Shiv Sena on Wednesday sarcastically said “chief minister’s post” in the new formation of Shadow Cabinet is lying vacant.
Editorial in Shiv Sena mouthpiece ‘Saamana’ also said it would have been good if there was a “shadow governor” for the swearing-in of the shadow cabinet.
To keep an eye on the state government, a party which has one MLA in the Assembly has formed a ‘shadow cabinet’, it said without naming the Raj Thackeray-led Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS).
The “post of chief minister” in the shadow cabinet is vacant, it said while taunting the MNS.
The shadow cabinet, a legacy of British parliamentary politics

AIMIM Threats to Approach Court if Govt Funds Wasted on Memorials of Saffron Leaders

(Aurangabad, Maharashtra )AIMIM Threats to Approach Court if Taxpayers Money Wasted on Memorials of Saffron Leaders
AIMIM chief Imtiyaz Jaleel on Monday said that his party would approach court if the state government spends taxpayers’ money on constructing the memorials of Bal Thackeray and Gopinath Munde in Aurangabad.
Addressing reporters, Jaleel said the money for the memorials of the late Shiv Sena founder and the late BJP stalwart be raised from those leaders who have “prospered in their names”.
He alleged that an amount of Rs 100 crore is being spend on the construction of the memorials in Aurangabad.
“This money should be utilised for the welfare of children of farmers who had committed suicide or for repairing Zilla Parishad schools,” he said.
“If these memorials are constructed from the state government’s funds, we will move court,” Jaleel said.

Udhav Govt Shuffled Revenue+StampDuty+Registration Bosses

[Mumbai] Udhav Govt Shuffled Revenue+StampDuty+Registration Bosses
Five senior bureaucrats, including Additional Chief Secretary (ACS) of Revenue, Registration and Stamp Duty, Manu Kumar Srivastava.are transfered in Maharashtra
Srivastava, a 1986-batch IAS officer, has now been made the Additional Chief Secretary of Revenue and Forest Department
Nitin Kareer, a 1988-batch IAS officer, who was Additional Chief Secretary (1), Urban Development Department, Mantralaya, Mumbai, has been posted as Additional Chief Secretary (Revenue, Registration and Stamp Duty), Revenue and Forest Department in Srivastava’s place.
I S Chahal, a 1989-batch officer, who was Principal Secretary (Water Resources), Water Resources Department, Mantralaya, has been posted as Principal Secretary (1), Urban Development Department.
B Venugopal Reddy, a 1994-batch officer, who was Principal Secretary (Forest), Revenue and Forest Department, Mantralaya, Mumbai has been posted as Principal Secretary (Industries), Industry, Energy and Labour Department.
Sanjay Khandare, a 1996-batch IAS officer, has been posted as Secretary, Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection Department,

Devgan’s 100th Film TanhaJi Tax Free in Maharashtra

(Mumbai )Ajay Devgan’s 100th Film TanhaJi Tax Free in Maharashtra
The Maharashtra Cabinet on Wednesday approved a proposal to make Ajay Devgn-starrer “Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior” tax-free in the state.
The film based on Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s trusted lieutenant Tanaji Malusare, who played a pivotal role in capturing the Kondana fort, now known as Sinhagad Fort located near Pune, has grossed over Rs 150 crore since it its release on January
Last week, the chief minister himself Uddhav Thackeray brought up the topic about the film in the Cabinet.
The film, starring Ajay Devgn, Saif Ali Khan and Kajol, has been directed by Om Raut.

Period Drama “Panipat” Tax Free In Maharashtra

(Mumbai) Period Drama “Panipat” Tax Free In Maharashtra
“Panipat, directed by Ashutosh Gowariker, will be tax free in Maharashtra, the makers of the film announced on Thursday.
Featuring Arjun Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt and Kriti Sanon, the film which is based on the third battle of Panipat that took place in 1761, released on December 6, 2019.
Gowariker took to Twitter to thank the state government for its decision.