The bickering within the TMC.
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quotas in the government.Delhi: In a major relief to agitating parents” she said. IBNlive At the outset,New Delhi: The BJP-led state government — of which Sena is a part — recently announced a loan waiver for farmers. Sena leader and senior state minister Diwakar Raote said. We have just finished one schedule and soon will start the rest of it. Meanwhile,the legislative assemblies of Uttar Pradesh Rajasthan and MP adopted resolutions confirming their confidence in Indira Gandhi’s leadership Leaders from these states went to the PM’s residence to present the resolutions Janata in Gujarat Gujarat’s governor invited Babubhai Patel the leader of the Janata Front to form a government With the 86-member Janata Front assured of the support of the Kisan Majdoor Lok Paksh’s 12 MLAs and five independents it had the backing of 103 MLAs in the assembly of 182 seats National film awards Mrinal Sen’s Chorus “a satirical anti-establishment film with the focus turned on violent social discontent” won the Swarna Kamal award for the best film at the 22nd National Awards Shyam Benegal’s Ankur won the Rajat Kamal award for the second best film G Aravindan’s debut film Uttarayanam won the special prize instituted to mark the 25th anniversary of Independence Ritwik Ghatak received the best storywriter’s award for Jukti Takko Aar Gappo while Satyajit Ray’s Sonar Kella was the best Bengali film Dacca’s new media Sheikh Mujibur Rahman dissolved all newspapers in Bangladesh barring the Bangladesh Observer and Dainik Bangla Two of the dissolved dailies Ittefaq and Bangladesh Times were revived immediately as government-owned dailies A lot of political weeklies published from Dacca have also ceased to exist For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: April 1 2017 3:17 pm Aditi Rao Hydari feels she is working with an amazing team while shooting for Sanjay Dutt starrer Bhoomi? The panel noted that there was no mechanism to assess the expenditure made on IAS.
Indian Police Service (IPS) and Indian Forest Service (IFS) — to national growth. Aaditya Thackeray, said if one can vote at 18 then why can’t fight polls to become a lawmaker.as seems likely. To the extent that the fate of the government is in its own hands now,Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti Thursday expressed grief over the death of six persons in the cloudburst in Doda district and asked the administration to speed up rescue and relief works File image of Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti. responding to the Supreme Court’s order to impose a temporary ban on the sale of crackers in Delhi and NCR.The court has placed a ban on sale of crackers in Delhi-NCR till 31 October Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) an umbrella of 40000 trade bodies and over six crore traders across the country has taken strong exception to the ban ahead of the Diwali festival "Supreme Court’s concern for environment protection is appreciable but putting a sudden ban on the sale of crackers in Delhi-NCR —which is a centuries’ old legitimate business protected under Constitution of India under Right to Work-is unfair and also against India’s festival culture" CAIT secretary general Praveen Khandelwal told Firstpost Why traders see it as ‘unfair’ The traders who are on the same page with author Chetan Bhagat who tweeted: SC bans fireworks on Diwali A full ban What’s Diwali for children without crackers — Chetan Bhagat (@chetan_bhagat) October 9 2017 Representational image PTI Traders in Delhi have multiple reasons to raise the red flag against the SC ban and calling the order unfair Environment continues to be unsafe – ban is on sale of crackers and not on its burning: Questioning the ban the traders said that if there is no ban on bursting of crackers how would the environment be protected It’s the unchecked burning of fireworks that leads to smog immediately after Diwali and affects people especially children causing serious respiratory disorder Doors open for smuggling of illegal crackers: As there’s no ban on burning of crackers people will buy these from adjoining states "This will give rise to smuggling of crackers from adjoining states to Delhi It’ll be sold illegally at a much higher price Illegally procured crackers are unsafe too" said Devraj Baweja president Delhi Vyapari Mahasangh Heavy financial loss to Delhi-NCR traders and to government: According to CAIT crackers estimated at Rs 400-Rs 500 crore have been procured by firecracker sellers in Delhi and NCR through legal licensing for Diwali "What will happen to the money that has got blocked due to the ban Nearly Rs 500 crore worth crackers have already been stocked by the traders Besides the traders facing financial loss the government too shall lose revenue due to smuggled crackers" said Baweja Entire supply chain will have to face the brunt: Traders have claimed that due to the ban the entire supply chain – from manufacturers to the last point retailer shall face financial loss "Livelihood of crores of people– right from a daily wager to a retailer depends on this firework and crackers business Due to this sudden ban just 10 days ahead of Diwali the entire supply chain will face financial crisis" Khandelwal remarked Ban is against India’s cultural ethos: Echoing a similar sentiment with that of Chetan Bhagat the traders said bursting of crackers in Diwali is based on India’s cultural ethos "It symbolizes happiness of people on return of Lord Ram at Ayodhya and welcoming Goddess Lakshmi Diwali is celebrated across the country in different forms where cracking of fireworks plays an integral part and is common all over It’s not just Diwali crackers are burnt to celebrate success in sports as well This ban questions whether we should follow our culture or not" a Sadar Bazar-based fireworks trader remarked Meanwhile the CAIT has urged the government to file a review with the Supreme Court "We’ve urged the government to rise to the occasion and file a review in Supreme Court We have due respect for the apex court and are duty bound to obey its orders but it will be beneficial for the entire trading community if the order is reviewed at least for this Diwali Crackers are not the only source of air pollution in the country Before putting a blanket ban there is a need for a comprehensive policy If a ban is at all needed on burning of crackers it should be done from next year so as to avoid a huge financial loss" added Khandelwal The apex court in 2016 had ordered the suspension of all licenses permitting the sale of fireworks – wholesale and retail within the NCR "However later it was relaxed and crackers were sold last year Hardly ten days are left for the festival and this sudden ban on sale will prove detrimental to festival business An urgent review is needed" added Baweja who belongs to Sadar Bazar in New Delhi- a major hub of fireworks "It will be a non-profit centre of excellence and will offer free education to a large number of deserving youth from economically weaker sections.
The bickering within the TMC.