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? The Assam government on Tuesday also inaugurated open-air stages in all the 198 development blocks of the state, you.have been found guilty on the following account under Clause 3 Category II of rules and discipline and proper conduct of students of JNU” stated the showcause notice On what the students are allegedly guilty of the notice said “Any other act which may be considered by the VC or any other competent authority to be an act of violation of discipline and conduct… during the incident which took place on February 9 in the JNU campus” The university has asked students to send their replies by Wednesday evening “You are hereby asked to explain why disciplinary action should not be initiated against you for indulging in the above act Your reply must reach the Chief Proctor’s Office latest by March 16 5 pm failing which it will be presumed that you have nothing to say in your defence and this office will proceed further in this matter” stated the notice One of the students who got the showcause notice said “They want us to reply explaining why we committed an act of indiscipline but we haven’t even been told what exactly we did wrong… how do we respond We haven’t even been told what action they are planning to take against us” Earlier in the day the top brass of the university met the deans of schools and chairpersons of special centres in a Dean’s Committee meeting However the HLEC’s report was not put forward by the Vice-Chancellor and the Registrar in the meeting said sources “We were only told that some students have been found guilty of violating university rules and the Proctor’s Office would take action against them Despite asking about the report and its findings the administration refused to share it with us We are still unsure what the point of the meeting was since our suggestions weren’t taken” said one of the deans who did not wish to be named The HLEC was formed on February 10 a day after an event to protest the hanging of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru took place on the campus “Anti-national” slogans were allegedly raised at this event For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsDehradun | Published: January 12 2014 1:04 am Related News Following the completion of its Preliminary Enquiry (PE) into the recent appointments of Group C and Group D employees in the Dehradun-based Indian Military Academy (IMA) the CBI has registered two cases against several people including three Lieutenant Colonel-rank officers The officers whose names figured in the list are Lt Col Akhilesh Mishra the then MTO at IMA Lt Col Jagdish Vishnoi the then Catering Officer at IMA and Ambarish Tiwari the then Admin Officer in Rashtriya Indian Military College (RIMC) They face charges for issuing fake experience certificates to candidates Other accused include members of the selection board for Group C and erstwhile Group D posts and several selected candidates under these categories The CBI had started the PE after report of alleged irregularities in the recruitment process of 59 Group C and 227 Group D category employees? An FIR has been registered against the hospital under sections 336, I will bring the Prime Minister here and ask him to find ways to address the unemployment issue faced by the youth, The Congress sprang a surprise in 1998 when it made her the president of faction-ridden Delhi Congress and then the Chief Minister. For all the latest India News, “The victims are still hoping for justice even 30 years after the riots. reinvestigated and if the need arises fresh FIRs will be filed. To make sure the RTI reply had a substantial number to show for it.
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Home Minister Rajnath Singh will hold a high-level review meeting at his residence in New Delhi.The attack that has left 17 jawans dead is the worst attack in recent times in terms of casualties For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Liz Mathew | New Delhi | Published: June 10 2015 4:45 am Related News In the run up to its massive exercise to train 15 lakh active party members the BJP will coach a select group of around 200 at a national workshop in Delhi likely to be held in the first week of July This batch will then go out and train other BJP volunteers in a five-month long drive The workshop will mark phase three of the BJP’s ambitious membership programme “The training programme will be the first of its kind This will be for the first time that a party will train its workers even at mandal level” said BJP general secretary Muralidhar Rao who is in-charge of the programme The three-tier training programme for which the party has prepared a module aims at “developing the understanding of an active worker about the party’s basic pillars the purpose of its functioning and its tools” Rao said The base level according to Rao will be a mandal/tehsil then district state and finally the national level There will be separate programmes for training the “trainers” at district state and national levels BJP plans to organise training camps in 11000 mandals and 600 districts in all the states and Union Territories BJP sources said that the newcomers will be given lessons in Deendayal Upadhyay’s political philosophy the party’s basic ideology as a part of a “design to build a party with a difference” The members will be given training on using social media to spread the message about government’s programmes For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anuradha Mascarenhas | Pune | Updated: July 8 2015 11:24 am The report presents the latest global and country data on the prevalence of tobacco use and on the impact of demand-reduction measures Related News Although 33 countries impose taxes that represent more than 75% of the retail price of a packet of cigarettes many countries have extremely low tax rates Some have no special tax on tobacco products at all A WHO global tobacco epidemic 2015 report that was released on Tuesday has said that very few governments levy appropriate levels of tax on cigarettes and other tobacco products The report presents the latest global and country data on the prevalence of tobacco use and on the impact of demand-reduction measures consistent with the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control and known by their acronym MPOWER The report funded Bloomberg Philanthropies has a particular focus on tobacco taxation and the main finding includes the fact that raising taxes is the least implemented Share This Article Related Article Reacting to the WHO report Dr Monika Arora Director of Health Promotion at Public Health Foundation of India told The Indian Express that this report has highlighted that taxes on cigarettes in India have not been increased adequately as cigarettes have become more affordable in India during 2008-2014 Research in India has shown that cigarette taxes need to be increased by 300% and bidi taxes need to be raised by 100% to be able to influence demand and provide full benefit of taxation as an effective tobacco control measure The report also specifically mentions that complex tax structures make it harder for smokers to quit and they also create tax avoidance opportunities that tobacco companies exploit Citing India’s example the report has said that India levies tiered specific excise taxes on cigarettes with seven brackets of basic excise duty (BED) based on cigarette length and whether or not there is a filter But differential taxes lead to loopholes One popular brand Gold Flake is sold in 84 mm 74 mm and 64 mm lengths The 74 mm version is marketed as a premium brand but is subject to the second lowest excise applied to cigarettes (509 INR per 1000 sticks) despite being priced similarly to the 84 mm version which bears an excise of (2390 INR per 1000 sticks) WHO says India’s score card is six out of ten on overall compliance of regulations on smoke free environments Till last year 11 countries had raised taxes so that they represent more than 75% of the retail price of a packet of cigarettes joining the 22 countries that had similarly high taxes in place in 2008 However between 2012 and 2014 countries like Bangladesh India and Maldives have made progress in increasing taxes on cigarettes Bangladesh and Indonesia have implemented pictorial health warnings Nepal has made progress in implementing bans on advertisement promotion and sponsorships of tobacco products while Myanmar has expanded smoke free places Thailand has successfully protected warning label requirements (85% of the two largest surfaces of cigarette packs and cartons) India’s comprehensive tobacco control program has expanded to cover the entire nation Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh Regional Director WHO South-East Asia Region said that improved tax measures stronger law enforcement and enhanced cessation efforts are urgently needed in the WHO South-East Asia Region to protect people against the ill-effects of tobacco Approximately one person dies from a tobacco-related disease every six seconds equivalent to around six million people a year That is forecast to rise to more than 8 million people a year by 2030 unless strong measures are taken to control the epidemic For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related Newsfor violence, Gohalan, Longfellow’s The Village Blacksmith and other poems; the Danny Dunn books (based on a young scientist/inventor); and the Elsie Dinsmore series by Martha Finley (28 books in the original series). 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