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Dhindsa said, White powder called (chitta) has made Punjabis drug addicts.Yojana?the nominal registration fee of Rs 200, the company says the demand from rural areas continues to grow due to increase in disposable income.to the secretary of healthto do the same but none of them showed any interest.Final steps on the formation of the shadow cabinetwould be chalked at the next executive meeting of the PRISM onAugust 11 next when wider consultations would be held thestatement added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: June 28 2016 3:48 am In May 2016 the Union Ministry of Women and Child issued the draft Bill on its website and called for comments (Source: Express photo by Praveen Khanna/ File) Top News Sex workers’ organisations and rights activists have raised several concerns around the draft Bill on Trafficking of Persons (Prevention Protection and Rehabilitation) Bill 2016 Indian laws continue to be centred around trafficking for sexual exploitation and abolishing sex work said a release issued by the National Network of Sex Workers from Maharashtra Karnataka Andhra Pradesh Tamil Nadu andKerala At least 35 women from the Network attended a three-day consultation in Bangalore on the draft Bill The women said that a significant number of poor people get duped for organ transplantation However the draft Bill makes no provisions for prevention rescue and rehabilitation for such people who may have been coerced into forced labour or organ transplantation Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news “The draft Bill is another in a series of attempts to punish acts of trafficking A sizeable number of people through fraud deceit and coercion get trafficked for forced labour in various areas Domestic work factories small scale units in a variety of areas from metal forging to zari work and manufacture of crackers as well as brick-making and agriculture are some common areas where people are duped and forced to work for a pittance and in terrible work conditions” a Network releasesaid In May 2016 the Union Ministry of Women and Child issued the draft Bill on its website and called for comments The draft Bill has been translated into Marathi Kannada and Malayalam Telugu and Tamil translations were offered during consultation At the meet the women gave extensive recommendations on each section which is being shared with the Ministry Meena Seshu founder of Sampada Grameen Mahila Sanstha (SANGRAM) an NGO that works with sex workers to stop the spread of HIV said that despite requests to be included in the consultations the draft Bill has been drafted without inputs or discussions with networks and collectives of sex workers or rights activists working with sex workers Members of Saheli Sangh Pune further pointed out that to complicate matters the practice of raiding rescuing and rehabilitating consenting adults in sex work has meant that existing sections of ITPA have been discriminatorily used against sex workers For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Rajkot | Updated: July 27 2017 8:57 pm Villagers rescue students from the bus stranded on causeway near Rajpar village in Morbi district on Thursday (Source: Express photo by Ravi Motwani) Related News Around 35 students of a private school had a miraculous escape after their bus tilted and was left stranded while crossing a flooded causeway near Rajpar village of Morbi district Gujarat but were rescued by local villagers on Thursday Maliya police said the incident took place at around 8 am when the bus carrying students of Shree Nilkanth Vidhyalaya (earlier known as Atmiya Vidyalaya) of Pipaliya village was on its way back to school after picking up students from nearby Rajpar village Police said that despite warning from residents of Rajpar and adjoining Kuntasi villages the driver took the risk to cross the causeway across a swollen stream The bus was left stranded midway as its wheels got stuck in potholes dug by the gushing water and tilted dangerously towards the conductor’s side “However residents of Rajpar and Kuntasi who had gathered on the either bank of the stream rushed to rescue the students even as the bus driver abandoned the vehicle and ran away No student has been injured” Assistant Sub-inspector of Maliya Manharpari Goswami said Bhavesh Kasundhra director of the self-finaced Nilkanth Vidyalaya termed the incident an accident “The bus driver had been ferrying students on that route for the last 10 years This morning he managed to cross it and reached Rajpar But on the way back he contacted us saying the causeway was flooded I advised him to cross it only if he felt confident and saw no risk Assessing there wasn’t much water on the causeway he tried to cross it back But apparently there was some breach of potholes on that side of the causeway The bus was stranded But nobody has been injured” said Kasundhra Police said that despite warning from residents of Rajpar and adjoining Kuntasi villages the driver took the risk to cross the causeway across a swollen stream (Source: Express photo by Ravi Motwani) The school director said that there were around 35 students studying in Class-I to Class-XII However Morbi district primary education officer Bhavesh Dave issued a show-cause notice to Nilkanth and six other schools which remained open on Thursday “We had issued instructions to all schools in the district at 4:45 am to remain shut on Thursday due to forecast of heavy rain But Atmiya Vidyalaya and six others ignored the instructions opened in the morning Therefore we have issued show-cause notices them asking why did they open despite an order from district collector to remain shut for the day” Dave told The Indian Express adding they have ordered closure of schools on Friday also But Kasundra claimed that they received the message from authorities at around 7:30 am “We received the instructions at 7:30 am But our buses leave to pick up students at around 6:30 am Today also the bus had left for picking up students before the message to keep the school closed for the day reached us” he said Incidentally many parts of Morbi district were flooded early this month and again on Sunday due to very heavy rain in the district Meanwhile Maliya police have booked the bus driver Lakha Boricha under IPC Section 308 (Attempt to commit culpable homicide not amounting to murder) and under Sections 177 184 and 134 of Motor Vehicles Act for dangerous driving ASI Manharpari Goswami has filed the complaint on behalf of the state government Goswami said that the driver was on the run For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsMohali | Published: February 17 2014 11:03 pm Related News Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today appealed to farm scientists academicians and agriculturalists to jointly play a proactive role in overhauling “non-remunerative and unproductive” agricultural policies to bail out “depressed” peasantry Addressing the agriculture experts and scientists who were honoured by the state government for their contribution to the field the Chief Minister asked them to come forward and help the state and Union government Badal claimed that over 1 lakh farmers have left farming in the state during the last one decade and if this trend was not halted it could lead the country into “severe law and order problem” besides jeopardising the national food security Showing deep concern over the saturation in agriculture production the Chief Minister said that this situation could only be averted with the zealous contribution of the scientists as they pioneered the nation to pull out from the food scarcity to make it surplus in food grain production On the occasion Financial Commissioner Development Punjab Suresh Kumar said the state government honoured 51 eminent scientists and experts in different fields of agriculture development and research He said over 20000 farmers have visited the exhibition during the summit till today Among eminent farm scientists who were honoured included Dr GS Khush DR Bhumbla Dr GS Kalkat Dr Deepak Pental Dr Gurbachan Singh Dr KL Chadha Eminent agricultural expert and MP Dr MS Swaminathan Dr JS Kanwar Dr VL Chopra Dr S Ayyapan Dr RM Acharya among others were also honoured in absentia as they could not attend the ceremony On the occasion a tripartite Memorandum of Agreement amongst the Borlaug Institute of South Asia (BISA) PAU Ludhiana and the Government of Punjab was inked to initiate a collaborative work to address challenges to farm profitability and sustainability which Punjab farmers were facing as a result of an stagnating yields depleting water table unsuitable climate labour shortages and increasing fertiliser prices for wheat and maize The Chief Minister also released a report published by Project Coordinator Sukhmeet Singh of Indian chool of Business to analyse the potential of increase in acreage for Kinnow Maize WoodTurmeric and Moong as per Draft Agriculture Policy for Punjab 2013 This report recommended the need to revisit the entire value chain of the alternate crops from the provision of Research and Extension services to provide adequate post-harvest management infrastructure for establishing well developed marketing and distribution channels Later interacting with the media persons the Chief Minister said that keeping in view the enormous contribution of the farmers the Union government must extend loans to them at zero per cent rate of interest For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News a division bench comprising Justice Arun Tandon and Justice Rekha Dixit asked the Chief Secretary to take action against the official who had issued such a “direction” which was in violation of the guidelines of Medical Council of India. were allegedly in contact 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