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“Misha gives me a lot of strength.India would always be there to help Afghan people in their endeavour to democratise,as a symbol of the common commitment of India and Afghanistan to= global peace and harmony, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Friday.The GPS-based system will help in keeping track of commodities sent from godowns to the shops and the amount received Ration card beneficiaries will also be linked with the Aadhar biometric system he said It will pave way for speedy inclusion of people who are in actual need of such benefits in the public distribution system and the work will be completed by March 31 2017 he told a press conference Meanwhile Kejriwal also announced that around 17000 guest teachers working with Delhi government schools will get fixed monthly salaries of around Rs 32000 – Rs 34000 per month “A decision in this regard will be soon taken by the Cabinet We are also working to regularise them and the file pertaining to that decision is being sent to the Lt Governor once again” the CM said Under the current arrangements the guest teachers are entitled to daily wages in the range of Rs 700 to Rs 900 per day Their monthly earnings come around Rs 17000 to Rs 20000 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Faridkot | Published: August 13 2016 11:49 pm Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal Top News The SAD-BJP government has chalked out projects worth Rs 30000 crore to ensure all-round development of more than 12000 villages in Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal said Saturday Under these projects concretisation of streets sewerage road infrastructure clean drinking water and other facilities would be provided for facelift of rural areas he said after laying the foundation stone of a railway overbridge here The railway overbridge here will be built at a cost of Rs 60 crore completed in a year while the one in Kotkapura will be constructed at an expenditure of Rs 117 crore and be ready in one-and-a-half year “The developmental projects would bear fruit in the next five years and Punjab would achieve the distinction of being the first state in the country to effect holistic development of the entire rural areas” Badal said He said free medicine shops would be operationalised in the next three months for the poor people and 33 such shops would be opened in Faridkot During the nine year tenure of the SAD-BJP government Punjab has seen record development in building roads power generation administrative services infrastructural facilities implementation of Bhagat Puran Singh Sehat Bima Yojna for the poor farmers and small traders Badal claimed Hitting out at AAP he said the party is “totally unaware” of the glorious culture of Punjab and its main aim is to “grab power” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Aditi Raja | Jhalod (gujarat) | Published: May 18 2016 2:02 am In Dahod silicosis-affected Jaswant Manjhi (centre) lost his elder brother Mukesh sister Kokila and her husband Tansinh to the disease (Express Photo: Bhupendra Rana) Related News JASWANT Manjhi had not heard of silicosis even after it started eating away at his body Today he fears it may be too late for him This 40-year-old has already lost his elder brother Mukesh younger sister Kokila and her husband Tansinh — all workers like him at stone quarries in Godhra — to the respiratory disease And he is among the survivors still waiting for justice from the Gujarat government “We had no idea that it would completely eat away our bodies We quit the job within three years but the damage had been done” said Manjhi from Shankarpura village in Dahod’s Jhalod taluka The story of these stone quarry workers made headlines after the Supreme Court in a rare order last week directed the Gujarat government to release more than Rs 7 crore as compensation to the families of 238 workers who died due to silicosis after working in its quartz and stone crushing industries But for those like Manjhi getting compensation from the Employee’s State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) that a Vadodara labour court ordered last year has proved to be a fruitless struggle Some silicosis victims turned to religion for solace and others alleged that they were handed tuberculosis cards by the local Primary Health Centre (PHC) Share This Article Related Article The victims started hitting one government wall after another ever since September 26 2011 when the People’s Training and Research Centre (PTRC) an NGO acting on their behalf filed petitions with the labour court in Vadodara and the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) seeking compensation In October 2013 with six of the 19 petitioners including Manjhi’s brother and sister already dead the NHRC recommended a compensation of Rs 5 lakhs each for their families and asked the state government to submit a compliance report by February 2014 The government is yet to respond In March 2015 the Vadodara labour court ruled in favour of the victims ordering the ESIC to pay compensation with seven per cent interest since 2007 to each to the survivors But the corporation took the matter to the Gujarat High Court where it is pending Asked why the government was yet to comply with the NHRC deadline of over two years ago Gujarat’s Labour and Employment Minister Vijay Rupani told The Indian Express: “I am not aware of this case I will look into it” Meanwhile the silicosis story continues to survive in the skeletal frames of victims such as Manjhi ”My meagre earnings as a daily-wage labourer forced me to turn towards a stone quarry at the insistence of Kokila and Tansinh who were both earning close to Rs 6000 each every month” said Manjhi Today Manjhi’s wife Kali who complains of persistent cough despite having given up quarry work after just a few months is the sole breadwinner of the family of five including two daughters and a son In nearby Chitrodia village Ramudi is hopeful that the Supreme Court’s order will help her deceased husband Mangu Damor’s case In its response to the NHRC on Damor’s case the Gujarat government stated that he had not worked in any registered factory at Godhra Ramudi says she used to work with her husband in a quarry until she suffered a paralytic stroke in 2006 The family she says converted to Christianity “for healing” On the wall inside Ramudi’s hut are photographs of Jesus Christ and Mary alongside a calendar carrying a picture of Pope Francis ”The priest told us that I would get alright if we say the prayers We did that and I recovered But in 2011 my husband died of silicosis and my younger daughter died of an ailment I do not have the energy to run after this case But I am hoping that the government will give us compensation” she said adding that her two sons and another daughter work as labourers in Jhalod A few lanes away Surma whose husband Fakira Damor died in 2012 of silicosis is also awaiting compensation Her son 26-year-old Kanu Damor says that he too suffers from silicosis after having started work at a quarry as a teenager However he said the Jhalod PHC has given him an identity card under the Revised National Tuberculosis Control Program (RNTCP) ”I worked with my father and filled gunny bags with crushed stone We were never advised to cover our faces or take any safety measures Both of us together earned close to Rs 400 per day which is a big amount even today” said Kanu ”The PHCs simply hand out the tuberculosis cards to persons affected with silicosis as they do not want to get into any complications In most cases this is also one reason for the lack of documentary evidence to prove that they suffer from silicosis” said Rajendra Jaiswal of Prakruti Foundation an NGO that has been working for silicosis victims in Jhalod along with PTRC According to Jagdish Patel of PTRC 311 people from Jhalod were found to be affected by silicosis in a 2006 survey However he said the lack of documentary evidence to prove that all victims had contracted the disease while working at stone quarries in Godhra meant that only a few were seen as bonafide petitioners For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: November 10 2017 10:28 pm The Pawan Hans Ltd (PHL) is a 51:49 joint venture between the civil aviation ministry and oil behemoth ONGC Top News The Delhi government is in talks with Pawan Hans an aviation entity under the Centre for aerially sprinkling water in the city to settle particulate matter authorities on both sides said todayResponding to a letter written by the city’s Environment Minister Imran Hussain on possibility of such an exercise Vanrajsinh H Dodia the general manager (BD and marketing) of Pawan Hans said the company has the “capacity” to take it up Pawan Hans Chairman and Managing Director BP Sharma told PTI that the talks are at a “preliminary stage” “They asked if we can do this and we said yes But there are certain procedures they will have to follow” he said In its response the company which comes under the civil aviation ministry said it has carried out similar exercises in the past for washing insulators of high tension lines and spraying over agricultural fields “Sprinkling water aerially through helicopter to settle particulat matters in Delhi shall require a comprehensive feasibility study and approvals from various authorities such as DGCA AAI defence Delhi administration” Dodia wrote He also suggested a joint working group of the Delhi administration and Pawan Hans be set up to work out the proposal adding that proposed sprinkling will require specialised equipment to be attached with choppers The Pawan Hans Ltd (PHL) is a 51:49 joint venture between the civil aviation ministry and oil behemoth ONGC The profit-making aviation entity is currently under a divestment process as the government has proposed to offload its entire 51 per cent holding in the company to private entities The idea of aerial sprinkling of water was first floated by the National Green Tribunal in November last year “Why can’t you use helicopters to create artificial rain to control dust pollution Are they only meant to carry your officials” a bench headed by NGT Chairperson justice Swatanter Kumar asked For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe tariff order this year will also take into account capital investments for Commonwealth Games projects, the official said This will include augmentation of existing infrastructure as well investments in new projects? in relation to prostate cancer.Italians prepare their coffee rigorously under high pressure with very high water temperature and without filters About 7000 men who participated in the study were observed for four years on average? 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