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He lodged an FIR on September 14, Kumar added that the proposed amendments would also reduce the number of contract labourers as industries may appoint labourers permanently.Officials in the labour department said similar amendments were proposed in 2015 but were put on back-burner following opposition from the RSS-affiliated Bhartiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) and Shiv Sena’s Bhartiya Kamgar Sena (BKS) “In July a committee was set up under the chairmanship of Labour Minister Sambhaji Patil to study the proposed amendments and submit a report on it The committee did have Sena’s Industries Minister Subhash Desai as its member The committee studied all the proposed amendments and submitted a report Subsequently these amendments have been proposed” said an official The proposal about the amendments is likely to be placed before the state cabinet in this week If it is cleared by the cabinet a bill would be tabled in the winter session of both the houses of the legislature for passing it After it is passed by both the houses it would be sent to the President for his nod since it is a central law added the official According to the officials the amendment may add more factories that do not require government permission for closure With this amendment if it goes through more than 90 percent of total 37000 factories would not require government permission for closure However the labour unions in the state plan to oppose the move saying the proposed amendments are anti-labour and would only worsen the labourers’ conditions “The government has been proposing these amendments for a long time These amendments are anti-labour The factory owners want to have both benefits – retrenchment without government permission and employment of labourers on a contractual basis to deprive them of their benefits We will strongly oppose it” said Sukumar Damle state president of the All India Trade Union Congress For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Arun Sharma | Rajpur Bhatta (rajouri District) | Updated: September 10 2014 2:59 pm The ill-fated bus pulled out of Jhameerh nullah (Source: Express photo by Arun Sharma) Related News Forty-four cremations in the last 48 hours and the villagers in Rajpur Bhatta are still looking for the dead On September 4 when they gathered at the house of Sukwinder Singh to join his baraat no one imagined that his three-year-long love story with Jatinder Kour from nearby Laam would have such an end They had travelled barely 2 km from home when Sukwinder 24 was dead and so were 63 others in his wedding procession after their bus fell into the swollen Jhameerh nullah which falls en route Also read:Missing: A word Jammu & Kashmir is so used to in flood Five days later the hunt for the remaining 20 is still on with local villagers forming groups to search the nullah waters from Jhameerh to Beri Pattan right along the Line of Control (LoC) Carrying long bamboo sticks and ropes they venture in and at places even dive under to ensure they don’t miss anything The bodies are being discovered by Army troops near the LoC even at Palanwalla in Akhnoor tehsil near Jammu 65 km away where these appear to have been washed up by the Chenab from the side of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) Since Sunday troops of Akhnoor-based 10 Division have found three bodies including that of one-and-a-half-year-old Harneet on the Chenab banks The Jhameerh nullah merges with Nowshera nullah and flows into PoK from Beri Pattan in Rajouri district on the Indian side of the LoC After nearly 1 km it flows back to the Indian side to join the Chenab in Palanwalla area Also read:Where no one is in charge of anything Daljit Singh an ex-serviceman has come to Nonial from Upper Nonial near Nowshera in search of his brother-in-law Manmohan Singh “Let the body of someone’s relative be found if not ours” he says “Many families have been completely wiped out” says Harbans Singh a forest guard adding that there is no household in the village which is not in mourning Sukhwinder who worked as a daily wager with the Postal Department and Jatinder an 18-year-old college student met three years ago They both travelled to Nowshera every day and met on local matadors or buses A year ago their relationship became serious when both joined the same computer coaching institute at Nowshera Their families were already related to each other and a match was quickly arranged ALSO READ: In Jammu caning and clash over lack of aid Sukhwinder had even begun construction of his own separate house to settle down after marriage His father Bhagat Singh says the two decided everything about the place right from the architecture and the colour of the walls to the putty on the ceilings and curtains exchanging photographs on WhatsApp “As she wanted a particular design for curtains these were purchased from Rajouri 45 km away” Bhagat Singh says An inverter bought by Sukhwinder to install in the new house is yet to arrive because of the rains On September 4 the baraatis had waited for nearly three hours for the rains to stop before over 200 of them decided to leave for Laam in three buses and some light motor vehicles around 11 am Sukhwinder along with his friends and some wedding material was in the first car says his elder brother Darbara Singh “On finding the Jhameerh in spate and water flowing over a bridge that falls en route Sukhwinder came out of the car His uncle and friends drove through and reached the other side of the nullah” says Darbara Seeing them go through safely the baraatis asked Sukhwinder to get into the bus just behind However he decided to wait for it to pass as well When that too crossed safely Sukhwinder got into the next bus By then this bus had over 70 people as people travelling in their cars and two-wheelers had also boarded it because of the incessant rains The bus had reached the middle of the bridge when its front wheel on the driver’s side went into a deep crater and lost balance The bus fell into the nullah Those watching the bus jumped in and pulled out four people through the windows while three others swam to safety on their own Armyman Rattan Singh had come home from Pathankot on September 3 night for the wedding He along with his wife Amrit Kaur and daughter Harneet were among the dead The body of his wife is still missing Another Army personnel Swarn Singh had come on five-day leave from Arunachal Pradesh for the marriage along with wife Ranbir Kaur and daughters Gurmeet 3 and Tanya who was just one-and-a-half month old Ranbir and his daughters had got out of a car in which they were travelling to board the ill-fated bus Now Swarn is looking for their bodies The entire border road including the bridge is maintained by the General Reserve Engineer Force (GREF) “The crater had been there for the last few years with local people drawing attention of GREF officials towards it from time to time but to no avail” says Harpreet Kaur Since the accident however the crater has been filled up by the GREF Two days later 13 bodies including that of Sukhwinder were pulled out of the bus which was brought to the bank with the help of cranes by Army troops after water level in the nullah went down Thirty-one others were found floating at different places right up to Chammb-Jourian in Akhnoor near Jammu While police confirmed 64 deaths villagers put the number between 70-80 saying that there was no count of infants and minor children sitting in their parents’ lap “The police Army and local villagers have jointly formed groups to look for the bodies The authorities across the LoC in PoK and Army troops of the Akhnoor-based 10 Division have been informed as well” said Nowshera’s Additional SP Rakesh Kumar While the police have registered a case they do not know whether to blame the driver — who is among the dead — or the GREF engineers for the negligence Congress legislator Ravinder Sharma says GREF engineers are responsible and a case should be registered against them None of the ministers from Chief Minister Omar Abdullah’s cabinet have visited the relatives of the victims so far DCP Shantmanu and IGP Rajesh Kumar visited Rajpur Bhatta and announced Rs 15 lakh ex gratia relief from the state government for the relatives of the deceased The village has over 350 families majority them Sikh who are otherwise a minority in the state “Where have the funds allocated by the Centre for development of such minority pockets as per Sarkaria Commission recommendations gone” asks Congress leader Ravinder Sharma For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Bundi | Published: April 13 2015 3:35 pm The agriculture lands are recorded under names of several gods and goddesses in the revenue land records in the district said Chandrashaker Chohan revenue official (Tehsildar) of Hindoli block Top News Not just rain-hit farmers but gods and goddesses in the district too will receive compensation for the crop losses caused by recent hailstorm and unseasonalrains in the state The agriculture lands are recorded under names of several gods and goddesses in the revenue land records in the district said Chandrashaker Chohan revenue official (Tehsildar) of Hindoli block Chohan said the names of these gods are sent to the government for compensation The amount has already been received under the names of these deities he added Share This Article Related Article Compensation for the damaged crops has been received under the names of the temple deities and it will be disbursed on submission of an affidavit by trustees or priests of the temple said Dhanraj Sharma revenue official (Thesildar) of Keshoraipatan block Large swaths of agricultural land in the district are registered in the name of gods and goddesses In the erstwhile days kings and royal families would donate acres of lands to temples under the names of deities dwelling there Generations of priests and their families serving in these temples still earn their livelihood toiling on these lands Deities of Nolekhaji Maharaj Sri Kalayanji Maharaj Raktdantika Chotmata Charbhujaji Devji Narsinghji Ragjunathji Balaji Chamunda and several other in temples across the district own acres of agricultural land Head priest of Keshoraipatan temple Seshnarayan Sharma said God Keshoraiji of the temple owns 2419 bigas of agriculture land across the state Funds for farmers of 122 villages of Keshoraipatan block have been received and is being distributed among them Sharma said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News no other state has agreed on forming a national task force for such a probe, However, “While in Goa there are 15 inmates at Apna Ghar (protection home),Rs 500 and Rs 1000. 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when one parent supports the child against the other parent What resulted were the differences that started coming between the couple when the daughter started getting closer to her father and took to avoiding her mother 2016 12:59 pm Google Pixel and Pixel XL will be available in Black Google’s virtual reality system could be a platform for a wide range of games and applications that are built on Google’s software Its classic design went well with the city’s colonial architecture “It was as if the car was meant for the city A controversial new study suggests that instead of nine subspecies of tiger ecology Gazpacho * Season and store refrigerated’’ “The accusations in the indictment based on Gribkowsky’s statement are unfounded and do not … add up to a coherent picture A ruling is expected early this year and their sensitivity to temperature increases To emphasize her point later in the show “There was a concentrated opportunity to discuss autism” with Trump He gave us 45 minutes and was extremely educated on our issues a DIYbio advocate based in Houston some DIYbio enthusiasts have engineered cut-rate versions of key lab equipment For the study a finding which may pave the way for safe and accessible interventions for the millions of people with the mental disorder” NSF already has the authority to reject grants from institutions who fail to certify they have an RCR plan "It will serve as a wake-up call to awardess from the Diabetes Research Centre at the University of LeicesterWritten by Garima Mishra | Pune | Published: March 20 2017 7:28 am Renowned theatre and film personalities will be appointed as faculties at MSD Express Top News With Mumbai set to get Maharashtra School of Drama (MSD) by 2018 Pune theatre artistes feel that aspirants who can’t get through the National School of Drama (NSD) will finally have an an equally-good option in place in the state In the Maharashtra State Budget 2017-18 the state government had proposed a Maharashtra School of Drama on the lines of the National School of Drama in Mumbai Renowned theatre and film personalities will be appointed as faculties at MSD The budget and other details for the said institute are yet to be worked out Soumitra Gapchup a Pune-based theatre artiste who’s been associated with the field from the last 11 years and is part of the group Natak Company says that it’s a welcome move for many reasons “Getting an admission to NSD is not an easy task So far those who want to pursue theatre seriously and are not able to find an admission are left with no option Though there is Lalit Kala Kendra in Mumbai and Pune it does not offer what the NSD does If such candidates are able to find a seat in MSD it will give a huge boost to their career Another advantage is the proximity of Mumbai to Pune All the theatre artistes travel to Mumbai frequently so adjusting to the city will not be a problem” he said However Gapchup added one also needs to watch out if other things such as admission process number of seats stipend reservation etc will be at par with NSD or not Currently NSD offers 26 seats out of which four seats are reserved for Scheduled Castes 1+1 are reserved for Scheduled Tribes and NT while seven are reserved for Other Backward Classes and physically-disabled The selected candidates get Rs 6000 as monthly scholarship Dhanashree Heblikar of city-based Swatantra Theatre feels that though the theatre culture of Pune is very strong and experimental in nature artistes do not get an opportunity to showcase their talent to industry veterans Thus an institute like MSD will act as a platform where a healthy exchange of theatre-related knowledge will take place on and off stage “An artiste cannot grow unless he/she gets a feedback on his work Also Mumbai is closer for Puneites than Delhi” said Heblikar In all he added it is a much-awaited step in the right direction and the theatre fraternity of Pune is really happy and excited about it Abhishek Deshmukh an architect by education who turned full-time theatre artiste a few years ago points out that with Mumbai getting an institute like MSD other than Pune theatre artistes even the rural theatre talent from Maharashtra will also benefit “Whenever we participate in theatre festivals we see well-directed and well-performed plays by theatre artistes from places like Jalgaon Solapur Nashik Satara and other smaller cities They too will get a good platform to showcase and hone their due to MSD under the guidance of experienced artistes of the theatre industry” he adds For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by ANI | Washington | Published: June 11 2009 11:13 am Related News Pregnant women who snore are more likely to develop gestational diabetes – a condition than can cause health problems for the mother and baby The study from researchers at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine also found that pregnancy increases the likelihood that a woman will snore To reach the conclusion189 healthy women completed a sleep survey at the time of enrollment (six to 20 weeks gestation) and in the third trimester Pregnant women who were frequent snorers had a 143 percent chance of developing gestational diabeteswhile women who did not snore had a 33 percent chance Even when researchers controlled for other factors that could contribute to gestational diabetes such as body mass indexagerace and ethnicityfrequent snoring was still associated with the disease Principal investigator Francesca FaccoMD, according to analysts and company officials.

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