Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala said the people had to earlier make numerous rounds at the offices to get the no-objection certificate (NOC) issued, but now the state government has improved the system. The state government has specified that if a department does not give an NOC within 14 days, it will be considered as deemed acceptance and registrations will be done.
The Deputy CM was replying in the Assembly on Wednesday on the issue of registration of lands by the Leader of the Opposition, Bhupender Singh Hooda, during the ongoing monsoon session in Haryana Vidhan Sabha. He said that during the Congress tenure from the year 2005 to 2014, CLUs (changes in land use) were wrongly issued, and sectors were wrongly cut. He questioned if the Leader of the Opposition was not aware of it. When the Leader of the Opposition demanded a CBI inquiry or the Vidhan Sabha Committee or an inquiry by a sitting judge of the High Court on this issue, Dushyant Chautala retorted that there are several investigations marked to the CBI, perhaps the Leader of the Opposition is well aware of it. Casting a counter-question on the Leader of the Opposition, he asked whether Mr. Hooda would inform him about the number of CLUs wrongly issued and were cancelled during his 10- year tenure.
The Deputy CM also made the House aware that on 23 November 2019, since he took charge of the Revenue Department, a Committee of all District Revenue Officers was constituted. He said that instructions were given for geomapping of the prescribed controlled area of all 83 urban local bodies and 38 towns in the state. He said that we have simplified the work of the registries so that people do not face any trouble and there should be transparency in the work.
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Chinese nationals in Pakistan facing repeated attacks over Beijing’s ambitious CPEC projects
Ever since Beijing launched the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), the repeated attacks on Chinese nationals in Pakistan’s Sindh, Balochistan, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa provinces and the Pakistan-occupied Kashmir region reveal the strong dissent of Pakistani nationals against Chinese interests.
Especially after Chinese hordes landed in Pakistan in connection with CPEC projects, different extremist groups have made Chinese interests targets of their attacks inside the country. Recently, a Chinese national was killed on Wednesday and two others were injured when an unidentified man opened fire inside a dental clinic in Karachi’s Saddar area.
According to the Asian Lite publication, since 2016, when Beijing launched the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), this was the 10th attack on Chinese nationals and interests in Pakistan. In Karachi, this was the second attack on Chinese nationals since the Shehbaz Sharif government came into power.
15-year-old boy shot during ‘verbal dispute’ in US
A 15-year-old boy was shot during an argument with two people on a Bronx street, according to a media report. New York City Police are in search of the two suspects, as per Fox News. The shooting occurred around 11:00 PM on Friday in the Bronx neighbourhood of Castle Hill. The teen got into a “verbal dispute” with the two suspects before one of them opened fire, the media outlet reported.
Both the suspects fled from the scene. Shooting incidents in the United States have been common these days. In early September, one student was killed and another was injured in a stabbing at a high school in North Carolina.
Prior to that, a 15-year-old teenager was apprehended for allegedly shooting and injuring two fellow students in Washington, according to DC police. A 19-year-old man was also charged with murder in a series of random shootings over around two hours last weekend in Detroit that killed three people. US President Joe Biden has said that he is determined to ban assault weapons in America amid the increasing gun violence in the country.
He went on to say he had helped ban assault weapons previously, referring to the 1994 ban he helped usher in while serving in the US Senate. Notably, Congress passed a 10-year ban on assault weapons in 1994.
Meanwhile, authorities announced that it will soon be forbidden to carry a firearm, even concealed, in the famed Times Square district and other public places in the city and state of New York.
Mayor Eric Adams, as quoted by The Washington Times, has said that visitors to New York City will see signs in Times Square advertising it as a “sensitive location” where people cannot carry guns.
Sri Lanka cuts tax on female hygiene products amid economic crisis
Amid the ongoing economic crisis in the country, Sri Lanka has cut taxes on female sanitary products in a bid to help women unable to afford the hygiene product, according to reports.
Local media News First citing the presidential media division reported that the “government has taken measures to waive duties imposed on five imported raw materials for locally produced sanitary napkins.” “It (the government) has also been decided to provide tax concessions for imported finished sanitary napkins as well,” News First reported further.
According to the reports, a price of a pack of 10 sanitary napkins produced locally will be reduced by Rs 50 to Rs 60 with these tax concessions, and the maximum retail price of a pack will be Rs. 260-Rs 270. The consumer retail prices of imported finished products will be reduced by 18 per cent or 19 per cent.
Sri Lanka continues to reel under a severe economic crisis. Earlier, protesting the dire conditions, Sri Lankan protesters had broken into then Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe’s private residence and set it on fire. They were angered by the unprecedented economic crisis. During those protests, several journalists were also attacked by the security forces after which more protestors gathered in the area. Notably, Sri Lanka is suffering from its worst economic crisis since gaining independence in 1948, threatening to undo years of development progress.
Court sends Waqf Board scam co-accused to 14 day judicial custody
A Delhi court on Monday remanded Kausar Imran Siddiqui alias Laddan, co-accused in Delhi Waqf board scam case, to 14 days custody.
AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan is the primary accused in the case and is out on bail. The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has stated that Laddan is a fund manager for Khan. The Duty Sessions Judge at Rouse Avenue Court also expressed its displeasure over the non-presence of ACB on the previous date.
ACB had submitted to the court Ladan’s “handwriting sample” and sought 7 days of custody for him.
The court observed that the agency had not given any reasonable answer for its absence on previous occasion. Thereafter, he was sent to 14 day judicial custody.
AAP MLA was arrested for alleged irregularities in appointment in Delhi Waqf Board during his chairmanship.
Accused Kausar Imran Siddiqui alias Laddan was produced on a production warrant before the court on 27th September. He was interrogated and arrested with the permission of the court.
Laddan’s name came into the frame, when additional public prosecutor Anil Srivastava opposed Khan’s bail plea. He stated that a diary was recovered from Ladan’s house. It was alleged that he was Khan’s fund manager. Earlier, the (ACB) had said that money was sent to Dubai and other money transactions need to be investigated. It also stated that a large amount of money was transferred to a party via Dubai. There were 100 people who either received or paid money to Laddan. Out of these 37 people have transactions of crores of rupees.
This diary also has an entry about one Zeeshan Haider, who received crores of rupees. He is also a close associate of the accused, ACB had argued. The ACB has also submitted that Laddan is a nominated functionary of a political party. He has photographs with the accused during an iftar party. Additionally, 14 crores sale deed is recovered, which is said to be a ‘Benami property’.
Previously, Ladan was in judicial custody in another case lodged at Jamia Nagar police station. He was arrested from Telangana.
Prior the festival season, India’s unemployment rate falls to a 4-year low.
India’s unemployment is the major issue the country is facing in today’s time. The govt, the opposition and the citizens often have clashed for the reason. The Indian unemployment rate dropped to the lowest in the past 4 years in September 2022.
The jobless rate sharply fell to 6.43%, data from the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy Pvt. showed. The reading is the lowest since August 2018 and compares with a one-year high of 8.3% in August.
The decline is seen even after 10 million new jobs were added; the workers who entered the market couldn’t find any work. In rural areas, the unemployment rate declined to 5.8% from 7.7% in August, while in urban areas it stood at 7.7%, lower than 9.6% in the previous month.
To a surprise, this data came just before the Indian festive season which typically aids employment growth and aids job growth. Strong demand in the services sector along with steady monsoon rains also likely boosted employment opportunities.
India’s economic expansion has been at one of the fastest rates in the world, but not enough to create jobs. That has led to some discontent among the country’s youth while giving ammunition to opposition parties to ratchet up the rhetoric against unemployment.
Pakistan floods: 5.7 million victims to face food crisis, says UN
The humanitarian agency of the United Nations has warned that about 5.7 victims of the Pakistan floods will face a serious food crisis in the next three months.
Pakistan recently faced heavy floods from the deluge that has killed and taken away the shelter of many people.
Pakistan’s National Disaster Management Authority reported that floods fueled by abnormally heavy monsoon rains have killed 1,695 people, affected 33 million, damaged more than 2 million homes and displaced hundreds of thousands now living in tents or makeshift homes.
The latest reports on Saturday by the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said that the current floods will worsen the food crisis between September and November.
According to the World Health Organisation, 16% of the country’s population was living in moderate or severe food insecurity.
However, the government has a different take on the issue. The govt is insisting that there is no immediate worry about food supplies as the grain stocks are enough to last through the next harvest and the govt is importing more.
The U.N. agency and other partners have scaled up their flood response and delivered help to 1.6 million people affected by the deluge.
The U.N. is due to issue a revised appeal seeking an additional $800 million from the international community to respond to the soaring life-saving needs of Pakistani flood survivors. The U.N. said last week that “food is being delivered to vulnerable families; however, it is still not enough to meet the nutrition needs of the people.”
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