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Cotton Research Centre in Warangal - Dattatreya

Union Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya called on Central Textile Minister Santosh Kumar Gangwar in his office in Delhi, on Monday. Gangwar promised to establish a textile park and cotton research centre in Warangal. Speaking to the reporters after meeting, Dattatreya said that the Central Ministry promised to establish a textile park and cotton research centre if the state government is willing to provide proper land for the facility. The central ministry assured that it will issue orders within 15 days from the date of proposal submitted by the state government.

11 August,2015

  • Why impose Restrictions when the income is increased? – Nagam

    BJP Senior Leader and Ex-Minister Nagam Janardhan Reddy spoke to the reporters along with Yennam Srinivas Reddy on Thursday. He questioned the government about imposing restrictions on funds release, while saying the income is increased? He demanded to lift up the restrictions imposed on Bill Payments, funds expenditure. He mentioned KCR’s words at the formation of the state, that Telangana has a surplus budget, and questioned why is he delaying the payments then?

    24 July,2015

  • 35,000 Crores is a waste of money on Jala Haaram - Nagam

    BJP Senior leader Nagam Janardhan Reddy spoke to the reporters at the Desodharaka Bhavan in Basheerbagh. He said that with 12,000 crores each and every pending project can be completed. Then each house can be provided with 2 taps not 1 besides water supply for irrigation. But what’s the government intention in allotting 35,000 crores to “Jala Haaram”, he questioned. He took a jibe at the KCR by saying that “Maybe YSR’s soul possessed KCR waking him to do another “Jala Yagnam.” With another 1000 crores, an additional area of 8 lakh acres can be provided water supply.” He demanded a white paper be released on the financial situation of the state.

    22 July,2015

  • Ready to Debate? : Dr. K.Lakshman

    BJP Legislative Member Dr. K.Lakshman challenged TRS Parliament Members for an open debate on the Progress of their respective governments from the past year. Although with 1 MP & 5 MLA’s hailing from Telangana, Modi government is allotting thousands of crores for the development of the state. KCR’s failures are more visible than the promises he fulfilled, to cover up those failures TRS is criticizing the central government, he added. Explaining the government’s efforts to inclusive development of state, he said that, the government increased the funds to 42% on the suggestions of 14th Financial Committee. It allotted Rs.8,764 crores as grant to the Panchayithi Raj and Urban Development Departments in an year. The govt. sanctioned the National Universities like AIIMS in Nalgonda, Horticulture University in Medak and Tribal University in Adilabad. It also allotted two 800 MW capacity power projects in Ramgundam NTPC to meet the State electrical needs and to boost up 5000 MW Power generation in the state. IDPL is refurbishing the fertilizer industry in Ramagundam. Swachh Hyderabad has been allocated 75 crores. The govt. is keen in developing the state with projects like Fluoride Research Institute in Nalgonda, Recognizing Warangal as Heritage City, Providing 110 Crore subsidy to establish two food parks in Khammam and Mahaboobnagar. It agreed to the establishment of Steel Plant in Bayyaram. The central govt. marked Hyderabad and Warangal as smart cities and working hard to the inclusive development. 

    20 July,2015

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  • Modi strikes a chord with expatriates

     Prime Minister Narendra Modi concluded his two-day visit to the United Arab Emirates in style by addressing a massive community reception in Dubai, where he not only lavished praise on the 2.6 million strong Indian community in the UAE but also called for a standing ovation for Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan for allotting land for a temple in Abu Dhabi. “Those who are familiar with Abu Dhabi, will know what a gesture this is,” he said. “Anyone who has been neglected for 34 years has every reason to feel angry with me, but the Crown Prince not only received me at the airport himself, but also brought along five of his brothers,” said the Prime Minister. He praised the tolerance of the UAE, and told the crowd that it seemed that a “mini India” was before him. “Wherever there is an Indian, he is dear to me, I don’t look at the colour of the passport, but the colour of our blood,” he said to cheers.He distinguished between the Indian community in the Gulf compared to those in other countries. “If it rains hard in India, umbrellas open up in Dubai. When Vajpayeeji’s government was facing economic sanctions after testing nuclear weapons, he asked Indians the world over for help, the blue collar Indian workers of the Gulf countries were the most generous,” he said. The reception, which was the last event on the Prime Minister’s packed trip, came on the back of a strong joint statement against terrorism and security cooperation which also featured largely in the speech. “There is no good Taliban or bad Taliban,” he said, and pointed out to the fact that the joint statement was against all states who, supported terror, in the name of religion or otherwise, an obvious allusion to Pakistan. “Samajhne waale samajh jaayenge (those who are smart will understand who I’m referring to).” He said the UAE had committed to invest Rs. 4.5 lakh crore, and that it was time that India encashed its demographic dividend. He then went on to talk about his efforts to play his part in making SAARC a cohesive unit, being the first Premier in 17 years to visit Nepal, and supply of water to the Maldives during a recent crisis there. The jam-packed stadium frequently erupted in applause and slogans of “Modi, Modi” with people from even nearby Gulf countries like Bahrain making it to the meeting. Anoop Varghese, author and project manager who works at Siemens in Dubai, said it was his dream to see an Indian PM visit the UAE. “I had written to former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as well, and for a time there was talk that he would visit, but he ended up going to Saudi Arabia instead,” he said. “Now that a Prime Minister is visiting, there was no way I wouldn’t have made it to the programme,” he added. Manohar and Rajani Nanwani from Kanpur and long-time residents of Dubai, said the desire to see “our Prime Minister” had made them come to the programme.  

    18 August,2015

  • PM offers $1 trillion investment opportunity to UAE

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a strong pitch for attracting investment in India on the second day of his visit to the United Arab Emirates. At a meeting in Masdar City, a zero carbon city run on renewable energy and smart technology, the Prime Minister addressed nearly 40 top businessmen in the Emirate and the economic affairs minister Sultan Al Mansouri to make the pitch, telling his audience that India had the potential of absorbing $1 trillion of investment. The list included representatives of companies like Etihad air and rail, the Mashreq Bank, telecom giant Etisalat, Emirates Air and Indian businessmen in UAE like Mr B R Shetty of UAE Exchange, and Mr Yusuf Ali of the Lulu Group, one of the largest chains of supermarkets in the country.

    18 August,2015

  • PM Modi tours Masdar City in Abu Dhabi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today took a tour of the Masdar City, a hub of cleantech and science and technology innovation, here on the second day of his two-day UAE visit. The authorities briefed the Prime Minister about various aspects of the zero-carbon smart city, situated around 17 kilometres South-East of Abu Dhabi, the UAE capital. “Science is life,” Modi digitally wrote in visitors’ book at Masdar city.

    18 August,2015

  • మధ్యప్రదేశ్ స్థానికంలో బీజేపీ హవా

    వ్యాపం కుంభకోణం నేపథ్యంలో మధ్యప్రదేశ్‌లో బీజేపీ ప్రభుత్వంపై ప్రతిపక్షాల  విమర్శలు వెల్లువెత్తుతున్నా.. స్థానిక సంస్థల ఎన్నికల్లో పార్టీ ఘనవిజయం సాధించింది.                       రాష్ట్రంలోని పది మున్సిపాలిటీలకు ఈ నెల 12న జరిగిన ఎన్నికల్లో బీజేపీ ఎనిమిదింటిని కైవసం చేసుకుంది. ప్రతిపక్ష కాంగ్రెస్ ఒకే ఒక్క మున్సిపాలిటీతో సరిపెట్టుకుంది. ఈ ఏడాది ఆరంభంలో జరిగిన మున్సిపల్ ఎన్నికల్లో బీజేపీ స్వీప్ చేయగా.. పలు కారణాలతో అప్పడు ఎన్నికలు జరుగని స్థానాలకు తాజాగా నిర్వహించారు.                              బీజేపీ విజయం నేపథ్యంలో రాష్ట్ర ఓటర్లకు ప్రధాని మోదీ, ముఖ్యమంత్రి శివరాజ్‌సింగ్ చౌహాన్ ట్విట్టర్‌లో ధన్యవాదాలు తెలిపారు. మరో బీజేపీ పాలిత రాష్ట్రం రాజస్థాన్‌లో మున్సిపల్ ఎన్నికలు ఈ రోజు జరుగనున్నాయి. 

    17 August,2015

  • పని మనుషులకు కూడా ఇకపై కనీస వేతనం – దత్తాత్రేయ!

    ఇంటిపని కార్మికుల ప్రయోజనాల పరిరక్షణకు జాతీయ విధానాన్ని తేవాలని కేంద్రం భావిస్తున్నది. ప్రతిపాదిత విధానం ప్రకారం పూర్తిస్థాయి నిపుణులైన ఇంటిపని కార్మికులకు ప్రతి నెలా రూ.9000 కనీస వేతనంతోపాటు సామాజిక భద్రత, ఇతర బెనిఫిట్లు, అమలులోకి వస్తాయి. మెటర్నిటీ లీవ్‌తోపాటు ప్రతియేటా 15 రోజుల పాటు సెలవులు తప్పనిసరి. లైంగిక వేధింపులు, వెట్టిచాకిరీకి వ్యతిరేకంగా విద్యాభ్యాస హక్కుతోపాటు ఇంటి పని కార్మికులకు సురక్షితంగా పనిచేసే వాతావరణం కల్పించాల్సి ఉంటుంది. వారి సంక్షేమం, భద్రత చాలా ముఖ్యం అని కేంద్ర కార్మికశాఖ మంత్రి బండారుదత్తాత్రేయ పీటీఐకి చెప్పారు.వారి ఫిర్యాదులపై చర్య తీసుకునేందుకు వ్యవస్థను రూపొందిస్తారు. ఇంటిపని కార్మికుల సామాజిక భద్రతా పథకాల అమలుకు ప్రతి యజమాని వద్ద నుంచి వాటా చెల్లింపు తప్పనిసరి కానున్నది. ఇంటిపని కార్మికుల శ్రమదోపిడీని నివారించేందుకు జాతీయ విధానం రూపొందించాల్సి ఉంది. వారి సంక్షేమం, భద్రత చాలా ముఖ్యం అని కేంద్ర కార్మికశాఖ మంత్రి బండారుదత్తాత్రేయ పీటీఐకి చెప్పారు.

    17 August,2015

  • No prorogation of the Houses!

    Keen to ensure passage of GST bill, Government is keeping open the option of reconvening the session with the Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs deciding not to recommend immediate prorogation of the Houses after they are adjourned sine die.  Sources said the decision to reconvene Monsoon session, after the washout of last three weeks due to disruptions by Congress-led opposition, will depend on whether there is some significant headway with other parties on the contentious GST bill. If the government manages to rope in some regional parties and chooses to press for the GST bill, then it may call for reconvening the Monsoon session for few days.

    14 August,2015

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  • Parliament impasse: P.M. attacks Congress ..praises Mulayam Singh Yadav.

    "The Prime Minister said a message has gone out as the session draws to a close that there are some people who are using misusing Parliament to stop the pace of country's development. Their main goal is to stop the economic growth.” "He expressed his gratitude to those, especially Mulayam Singh Yadavji, and all those parties who have felt that this is a conspiracy to stop the country's progress. He hailed them and asked the party and members to do so as well," , Union Minister Rajiv Pratap Rudy told reporters after the meeting.

    12 August,2015

  • Sushma asks Akhilesh Yadav to send pics of Geetha’s family!

      External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has asked Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mr. Akhilesh Yadav, to send her the pictures of the family, which claims to be the family of Geeta, a deaf and mute Indian woman who has been stuck in Pakistan for more than a decade now. "I have spoken to Chief Minister UP Akhilesh Yadav ji to send me pictures of Pratapgarh family that claims Geeta as their daughter,” Sushma Swaraj tweet. "We will send those pictures to Pakistan for identification by Geeta," she said.

    12 August,2015

  • Yesterday in Lok Sabha!

    Lok Sabha on Tuesday witnessed unabated ruckus with sloganeering Congress members holding placards protesting against the government; even as the government assured that it was ready to discuss all issues. Notwithstanding the pandemonium, Speaker Sumitra Mahajan continued with the Question Hour amidst the din of slogan-shouting by Congress members who were in the Well. Left members joined the Congress in the anti-government protest. SP members, along with those from RJD and JD (U), also stormed the well demanding release of caste census data. As unrelenting Opposition members continued the protests, while the Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu said the government was ready to discuss all issues. He said the Lalit Modi controversy and the opposition demand for External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's resignation raised by the Opposition "is just an excuse, they want to stop GST Bill." The Speaker's appeal to the protesting members in the Well to return to their seats fell on deaf ears. While saying their conduct was unruly, the speaker said "I am not going to adjourn the House." Earlier, the Speaker rejected notices for adjournment motions moved by various members, including members from Congress and the Left on various issues. Mahajan then took up Question Hour as the noisy protests continued.

    12 August,2015

  • GST bill to be tabled in Rajya Sabha today!

    The government will introduce on Tuesday, the much-awaited Goods and Services Tax, GST, bill in the Rajya Sabha, even as doubts persist if the main opposition Congress will allow its passage. The Revised List of Business of Rajya Sabha said Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will move the Constitution Bill, 2014, incorporating recommendations made by a House Select Committee. Jaitley will also move the Bill to be passed, it said. The GST that seeks to replace all indirect taxes, with a uniform levy has already been approved by the Lok Sabha and was in last session, referred to a Rajya Sabha Select Committee. The panel has given its report endorsing majority of the provisions, while suggesting changes in compensation to states and definition of supply for the purpose of states levying additional one percent tax. Indirect tax reform GST proposes to create a uniform tax rate across the country by subsuming excise, service tax and other local levies. GST can boost India's GDP by 1-2%. Opposition Congress has repeatedly disrupted proceedings in the Rajya Sabha, preventing the House from taking up the passage of the bill.                                                            The current monsoon session of Parliament ends on August 13!!

    12 August,2015

  • GST Bill in Rajya Sabha

    The government will bring the much-awaited bill on GST for passage in Rajya Sabha on Wednesday. As the bill was cleared in Lok Sabha in May with 2/3rd majority, the bill should be passed in Rajya Sabha to become an act, which will come into effect from April 2016. The Goods and Services Tax (GST), that seeks to replace all indirect taxes, with a uniform levy has already been approved by the Lok Sabha and was in last session referred to a Rajya Sabha Select Committee. 

    11 August,2015

  • The kin of abducted Indians met Modi

    The relatives along with the wives of Balaram and Gopi Krishna, the two Indian teachers, who were kidnapped by the Islamic State terror group (ISIS) in Libya, called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and sought the government's help for securing the teachers release at the earliest. Uppal MLA NVVS Prabakar brought them to Delhi and met with Central Minister with the help of Malkajgiri MP Mallareddy. Later they also met with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. We gave a memorandum to the Prime Minister. He said that the process was on and he will look into the matter. He also said that he will talk to External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. The Prime Minister asked us to be confident and not to lose hope," Sreedevi, wife of Balram, said after meeting Modi here. They later, met with Sushma Swaraj who explained the efforts being taken by the Indian authorities in Libya, to rescue the nationals. 

    11 August,2015

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