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Government agencies have already procured around 30 lakh tonnes or 50% of the 60 lakh tonne target
Says the three laws enacted by the Centre are death warrants for farmers
The apex court said since the activities undertaken by the Maharawal Khewaji Trust are for philanthropic causes, at this stage, it is permitted to operate the accounts for disbursing salaries but not for repair or upkeep of properties
MAJOR RESHUFFLE Aditya Negi is new Shimla DC, Harikesh Meena heads for Hamirpur, Raghav Sharma for Una, Duni Chand Rana for Chamba, Rohit Jamwal for Bilaspur, Pankaj Rai for Keylong, and Debasweta Banik for Hamirpur
The draft resolution seeks the annulment of the farm laws and the proposed electricity amendment bill, as well as promulgation of a fresh ordinance making the procurement of food grains on the Minimum Support Price a statutory right of the farmers and continue with procurement by Government of India through FCI and other such agencies, a statement from his office said.
As soon as the House assembled on the second day of the special assembly session, the chief minister introduced the Farmers Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Special Provisions and Punjab Amendment Bill, 2020; the Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services (Special Provisions and Punjab Amendment) Bill, 2020; and the Essential Commodit
The heritage buildings that are to restored include the high court, civil secretariat and legislative assembly at the Capitol Complex
This was fourth firing incident in Chandigarh in the past 10 days
Police said the man is suffering from depression, and was being treated for it at Government Medical College and Hospital, Sector 32
One of the men who executed the crime was found to have died of heart attack
Cautioning the Centre against allowing the situation to get out of hand, Chief Minister Amarinder Singh said if the farm laws are not revoked, angry youth would take to streets and join the farmers, which would lead to chaos.
Not one to lose momentum, the UT health department has decided that mobile testing teams will visit the government dispensaries to perform tests on persons coming forward voluntarily