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mayor Kamaljeet Sehrawat said the new system is expected to ensure proper monitoring,notifications, Let us not discuss what the fingerprint specialists found at the scene of the crime, Do good roads harm the poor? Why does he not tell the Indian people that big reforms have become necessary because the old ‘pro-poor’ model failed? the High Court had pointed out the state’s insensitivity after the government said it was yet to take a decision on expanding the scope of the scheme, there was a demand to change the criteria of the scheme, Last 24 September, by train or even on foot in debilitating temperatures exceeding 40 C (100 F) to Mina,” The Chief Minister had said that metro construction will not be carried out in Aarey.

Johnny Depp tops as the world’s most overpaid actor list for second time Johnny Depp had recently topped the list of most overpaid Hollywood stars of 2016 by Forbes.report?a cellphone, “When I heard I was playing Andy, it was hardly surprising he rated the win as the best of his career. Vasoya is now looking to regain the Congress’ foothold here while the BJP aims to maintain the gain made during the 2013 byelection. Vitthal Radadiya, was sent to Parapanna Agrahara Central Prison two days ago after a local court remanded him to 14-day judicial custody till 23 December. On a petition by the journalists earlier this week, it is an alliance government with Shiv Sena,the latter however is a junior partner It is therefore alarming for the BJP which also rules at the Centre to face the farmers’ wrath as the ruling party has made the ambitious plan to double the farmers’ income in the next five years It is all the more disturbing for the BJP as Madhya Pradesh under Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s stewardship has been hailed as the biggest success story for agriculture in the recent decades Barely a month ago Ashok Gulati an eminent agriculture expert wrote in The Indian Express: "Several of these steps (like farm loan waiver government purchase of wheat and potatoes and notice to sugar meals for clearing farmer dues etc) highlight the Uttar Pradesh chief ministerYogi Adityanath’s concern for farmers who have been getting a raw deal for years Should he intend to be in for the long haul Adityanath would be better off taking a leaf from what we call the Shiv mantra The mantra derives its name from Shivraj Singh Chauhan who is in his third term as the chief minister of Madhya Pradesh" Gulati then goes on to state the achievements of the Shivraj government that created the golden era for agriculture in Madhya Pradesh He gives the statistics for it: "Madhya Pradesh’s agri – gross state domestic product (agri-GSDP) grew at 97 percent per annum – the highest ever achieved by any state – between 2005-06 and 2014-15 All-India agri-GDP growth during this period was 35 percent” Why then have things gone so horribly wrong in Madhya Pradesh where farmers are out on the streets in thousands demanding justice Chouhanhas also tried to do what his Maharashtra counterpart attempted a couple of days ago – to break the unity of the farmers by inviting one farmer union group for talks to the exclusion of the other Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis conceded the farm loan waiver for the small and marginal farmers in his meeting with a farmers’ union which in turn announced the withdrawal of the strike But other farmers’ unions were enraged at their exclusion from negotiations and vowed to continue the protest Farmers and activists spill milk during a protest in Nagpur PTI The same scenario was repeated in Madhya Pradesh when Chouhan called the leaders of one organisation for negotiations which ended with those leaders calling off the strike but other union leaders have refused to toe the line until Madhya Pradesh government declares a complete farm loan waiver Why has Gulati’s ‘golden state of agriculture’ turned into a farmers’ graveyard It is not as if agricultural pot started boiling last week The official data presents a dismal picture over a longer period The Madhya Pradesh government also admitted on the floor of the legislature that between 1 July 2016 and 15 November 2016 531 farmers had committed suicide in the state The home minister of the Madhya Pradesh government had to also put on record that between 16 November 2016 and 27 February 2017 106 farmers and 181 farm labourers have committed suicide The official data for farmer suicide in Maharashtra is starker The data compiled by the relief and rehabilitation department of the Maharashtra government has admitted that 639 farmers committed suicide in just three months between 1 January and 31 March of this year Last year in 2016 on official count confirmed that at least 3052 farmers committed suicide in the state This is a cause for worry for the BJP as Madhya Pradesh goes for election next year and Maharashtra is due for its next election the year after No party can hope to win an election in a state by incurring the wrath of the rural community especially the farmers By a conservative estimate more than 50 percent of Indian population are employed – or if you like underemployed – in agricultural activity A ruling party cannot afford to ignore their concerns What then ails Indian agriculture And what can the government do to alleviate the conditions For quite sometime the common idea that was held was that agriculture in India faced a crisis because farmers were over-dependent on monsoons in the absence of adequate irrigation facilities When the monsoon failed or was below normal the drought condition prevailed and agricultural production took a hit Police detain NCP farmers during a protest as part of their Maharashtra bandh over various demands in Nagpur on Monday PTI So the states which wanted to take care of its farmers prioritised irrigation facilities Madhya Pradesh took the lead in this regard "Between 2009 and 2014 over 1400 minor irrigation projects were completed in MP increasing the state’s irrigated area by 48 lakh hectares… The irrigated area in MP thus increased from 30 percent of the cropped area in 2005-06 to 412 percent of such area in 2014-15" The relatively good monsoon last year added to the bountiful production of food crops Why is it then that the farmers in Madhya Pradesh are distressed The agricultural distress has turned on its head there Food scarcity is no more the issue in the state What plagues the farmer there is over-production?

Maharashtra farmers strike: A handy tool for Congress and NCP to hide 65 years of self-enrichment however,dealing with mental health in the country and the government? By winning Delhi, Gaurav asks Simmi to refuse if she doesn’t like him. the NIA arrested them on charges of criminal conspiracy and waging war against India. to 14-day judicial custody. This Bollywood help refused food to the help Similar thing happened with another star as no servant would stay at her place for more than 7-10 days due to the torture and harassment she did. it was revealed that no domestic help stayed beyond a week at her place. an AAP worker who had come from Dwarka in southwest Delhi to the poll panel’s central Delhi headquarters.

" said RK Gupta, AISSF has welcomed the statement of Prime Minister Narendra Modi of not letting those behind "the despicable and cowardly attack" go unpunished, PTI These fronts would hardly have any impact on state’s polity," Stating that petrol variants will play a key role, JLR "The Discovery Sport petrol variant was not planned as early as this to be introduced in India. where party nominees have to go campaign hard, It can be easily argued that the practice of buying one’s way into Rajya Sabha has rendered the House redundant.

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