The Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed the impleadment of eight farmer unions as respondents in the petitions seeking the removal of protestors from the borders in the national capital.
The meeting at Vigyan Bhawan remained inconclusive and the government has called for another round of discussions on Thursday, December 3
As the meeting continued for more than two hours, sources said the farmer representatives were unanimous in seeking repeal of the three laws
A committee appointed by Maharashtra govt visited 12 corporate hospitals in Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation and found out many issues and irregularities.
Action has to be taken on hospitals which are brazenly defying our guidelines and price ceiling, says Health Minister Eatala Rajender
MV Siva Reddy, CEO of ACA along with Y Venugopal Rao, Director Cricketing Operations, proposed the committees.
Green Tribunal constituted a committee to study the proposed project and directed it to submit a report within two months
The prime minister also said he planned to ask the civil protection agency to include "an adequate number of women" within its technical-scientific committee for coronavirus.
The committee will function under the chairmanship of N Ravi Kiran, Zonal Commissioner, GHMC and all the other members will act as nodal officers for the respective departments.
According to the applicant Ponguleti Sudhakara Reddy, the project may result in displacement of hundreds of families without there being any plan for rehabilitation
"We have come to know that a quota has been fixed for schools, colleges and universities (to send students for Trump's welcome)."
"Over the years, we had to remove all the dead wood gathered with a pincer. This will help the government to fulfill its commitments made in the budget."
The Committee proposed Visakhapatnam as the executive capital and Kurnool the judicial capital while retaining Amaravati as the legislative capital.
On the occasion, the PSC member and MP Santosh Kumar explained about the ‘Hara Hai Tho Bhara Hai’ concept, emphasising the need for increasing greenery in the country.
The committee will have forest officials and representatives of carpenters as members
After holding a meeting with chairpersons of these panels, Naidu said only 18 members each from both houses of Parliament attended eight RS committees' meetings since being reconstituted in September this year