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JKSRLM to raise over 1.24 lakh skilled manpower under Himayat: Haq Khan
NEW DELHI, Feb 19: Two day workshop on “Appraisal Process Requisites for Project Implementing Agencies” was organized by Jammu and Kashmir State Rural Livelihood Mission (JKSRLM) in collaboration with National Institute of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj (NIRDPR) Hyderabad at India Habitat Centre New Delhi under Himayat programme. Himayat is a skill development cum Placement programme for unemployed youth in J&K under the umbrella of Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gramin Koushalaya Yojna (DDU-GKY), Ministry of Rural Development, GOI, with focus on sustainable employment for rural poor youth and JKSRLM has been entrusted with the job of training and placing over 1.24 lakh candidates with financial allocation of Rs. 1601.51 crore for a period of 3 years. The workshop witnessed an august gather...
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Govt to link artisans with Industries & Commerce deptt within a year: Ganga
JAMMU, Feb 19: Minister for Industries and Commerce, Chander Parkash Ganga today said that Government is undertaking measures to link artisans of the state involved in traditional and cultural crafts with Industry and Commerce Department, within a year to provide their products proper visibility, brand value besides streamlining their work and trade culture. The Minister said this at the launch of Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Ladakh Zonal Council at an event here today. During the event, the Managing Director of Himalayan Renewable Energy & Construction Firm (HRECF) Nawang Thinlas was elected as Chairman for CII Ladakh Zonal Council. Speaking on the occasion, the Minister said that CII Ladakh will help increase the pace of Industrial growth in the region besides proactively ...
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GST Council approves draft Compensation Bill
New Delhi, Feb 18 (Agencies): The GST Council, in a meeting on Saturday, cleared the law for compensating states for loss of revenue that they may incur during implementation of of Goods and Service Tax. The states and the Centre met in Udaipur to vet the draft supporting legislations crucial for the implementation of the GST. The council’s nod has paved the way for the law to be tabled in Parliament in the second half of the budget session beginning 9 March, as well as for the states to pass the bill in the respective state assembly. ”It's essential that enabling laws for GST are passed in 2nd half of Budget Session to ensure rollout from July 1”, said the FM. The 10th meeting of the GST council, however, did not discuss the anti-profiteering clause, Jaitley added. The Council will me...
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Nine lakh accounts under Operation Clean Money 'doubtful' Demonetisation impact
New Delhi, Feb 16: Nearly half of the 18 lakh people under the I-T scanner for suspicious bank deposits post cash ban have been put in the 'doubtful' category, but action against them will follow only after the new tax amnesty scheme ends on March 31. Under 'Operation Clean Money', the I-T department had sent SMS and e-mails to 18 lakh people, who according to its data analysis had made suspicious deposits of over Rs 5 lakh during the 50-day window provided to get rid of old 500 and 1,000 rupee notes following the demonetisation decision announced on November 8. They were asked to clarify on the deposits and their source by February 15. Sources in the government said those who did not reply must have "good legal explanation" for their cash deposits and may have chosen to show them in tax...
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Planning to spend above Rs 5 lakh on marriage? Bill in Lok Sabha seeks cap on guests, menu
New Delhi, Feb 16 (Agencies):: In a bid to keep a check on big fat weddings in India, a Bill in the Lok Sabha seeks to put a limit on the number of guests to be invited and dishes to be served in weddings. The Bill, introduced by Congress MP Ranjeet Ranjan, the wife of MP Pappu Yadav, wants those spending more than Rs 5 lakh to contribute 10 percent of the amount on marriages of girls from poor families. The Marriages (Compulsory Registration and Prevention of Wasteful Expenditure) Bill, 2016, may be taken up as a private member's Bill in the upcoming Lok Sabha session. The purpose of this Bill is to prohibit extravagant and wasteful expenditure on marriages and to enforce simpler solemnisation, Ranjeet told Agencies "Great importance should be assigned to the solemnisation of marriag...
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Donald Trump may be a blessing in disguise for domestic IT industry: Mukesh Ambani
New Delhi, Feb 15 (Agencies): US President Donald Trump may be a blessing in disguise for domestic IT industry to focus on home market, Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani said on Wednesday. “We should remain open to global trade and not be influenced by changes in a world where walls are being built, said Ambani. Speaking at the Nasscom Leadership Summit the RIL Chairman said that technology should be adaptive to our lifestyle. Sharing his views on exponential growth of collective human achievement in upcoming years, Ambani added that in the next 20 years human kind can achieve much more than we achieved in 300 years. Meanwhile Nasscom said the sector will grow at the lower end of its revised target in fiscal 2017, but deferred guidance for the next financial year by a quarter, ...
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Ford introduces Service Price Promise
JAMMU, Feb 13: Ford India, perceived as the high maintenance auto brand is only a bygone chapter of history. Keeping the needs of its customers as utmost importance, it has incessantly been working towards breaking the myth around the cost of service on its wide range of product portfolio. And, to provide the first-hand experience of this transition Ford India organized a visit at its Technical Training Center in Manesar. Embarking on the next phase of growth, Ford is focusing on creating a differentiated experience for its customers, rooted in trust, transparency, and attentiveness. Ford has introduced Service Price Promise via the service price and parts price calculator on its website to ensure total transparency. The price promise allows the customer to know the cost of periodic m...
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Domestic electric appliances repair programme concludes
LEH, Feb 13: Empowering unemployed youth to do the business, SBI RSETI, Leh has organized two training programmes of Domestic Electric Appliances Repair programme today concluded in which 55 candidates were imparted the training from different areas of Leh participated in the programme. In a function organized on the concluding day, certificates of participation were distributed by Chief Manager, SBI Leh Susheel Hans who was the chief guest. Tsering Murup, Branch Manager SBI Skara, Leh and Rajat, Field Officer, SBI Main Branch was also participated in the concluded function besides faculties and staff of SBI RSETI Leh were also present on the occasion. The officers interacted with the candidates and assured them that every possible help / guidance will be extended to them for addressin...
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Mahila Congress activists holds protest against hike in prices of essential commodities
JAMMU, Feb 13: The leaders and activists of Mahila Congress under the leadership of Pradesh Mahila Congress President Indu Pawar today protested against hike in the prices of essential commodities in general and fuel in particular and also shouted slogans against BJP led NDA government for pursuing anti-poor policies to fulfill interest of the big business houses at the cost of marginalized section of the society. Speaking on the occasion, Indu Pawar regretted that since formation of BJP led government at the Centre prices of the essential commodities have been increasing with every passing day. She said that price of fuel including LPG has been increased manifold since formation of this government. She said the central government has failed to fulfill its promises. The prices basic co...
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