cup (finely chopped) Cabbage ? knead a soft dough. another by the rival activists blaming BJP activists for the clash and a third by the police as two policemen too suffered injuries in the incident, 2017 5:09 am Top News A LOCAL court on Friday issued summons to Hurriyat leader of Kashmir on a petition filed BJP leader Satinder Singh seven years ago. The administration has been most lethargic in containing the violence. The fact that outsiders were involved should leave us in no doubt that the riots were planned keeping in mind the geographical location of Badauria-Basirhat on the India-Bangladesh border.
the Centre on Thursday requested the Supreme Court to order an extension for linking mobile to Aadhaar to the same deadline.The apex court will pronounce its judgment on pleas seeking a stay on Centre’s move of mandatory linking Aadhaar to mobile with various schemes on Friday The earlier deadline for linking mobile numbers to Aadhaar was February 6 2018 Attorney General K K Venugopal told the Supreme Court that the Centre is willing to extend the deadline for mandatory linking of Aadhaar to March 31 However he insisted that Aadhaar should remain mandatory for opening of new bank account reported news agency PTI Read |Aadhaar-PAN link deadline now March 31 SC hearing starts today The finance ministry issued a statement to this effect “After considering various representations received in this regard and inputs received from banks it has been decided to notify March 31 2018 or six months from the date of commencement of account based relationship by the client whichever is later as the date of submission of the Aadhaar number and Permanent Account Number or Form 60 by the clients to the reporting entity” said the Finance Ministry in a statement On Thursday a five-judge Constitution Bench comprising the CJI and Justices A K Sikri A M Khanwilkar D Y Chandrachud and Ashok Bhushan will hear the petitioners who are seeking interim relief from the apex court and an assurance from the Central government that no coercive measures will be adopted until the Constitution Bench decides on the constitutionality of the Aadhaar scheme A five-judge Constitution bench will commence from January 17 2018 for the final hearing on pleas challenging Aadhaar said the Supreme Court For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: ANI | New Delhi | Updated: May 31 2015 7:34 am Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that a ‘suit-boot ki sarkar’ is better than a ‘suitcase ki sarkar’ Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi who recently completed one year in office has in an exclusive interview with Smita Prakash Editor ANI said the opposition alleging that his government is a “Suit Boot Ki Sarkar” is definitely better and more acceptable than being labelled a “Suitcase” (ki Sarkar) and satirically added that after ruling for sixty years the Congress has suddenly remembered the poor Excerpts from the interview are below: Congratulations on completion of one year of the government In a scale of 1-10 what would you grade your government It is for the people of this country to grade and evaluate us How can I take away their right I have presented my report card to the country Recently media has published the findings of some surveys You would already have seen them I can only say that we have laid a solid foundation on which the people can rate us READ:One Year of Modi govt: Bure din for social sector You came in with the promise of “Acche Din” Have you been able to meet the goals that you set for yourself in the first year of the government Yes I am fully satisfied with the work that we have done The most satisfying part of this year is that we have lived up to the promise that our intentions will be pure and our actions will be driven by long-term national interest Recall the situation one year ago Massive corruption at various levels of government gave rise to scams on a regular basis Our precious natural resources were going into the hands of a chosen few In contrast there are neither any charges of corruption against my Government nor any scandals Corruption was seen as the biggest problem We have given a clean transparent and efficient government Burey Dino Ki Vidayee Hui hai (Bad days are over) Is this not Acche Din for the country READ:One Year of Narendra Modi government: PM writes an open letter to the nation What has been the single big success in the past year The achievements and successes of my government are numerous However I know that the success of a government’s journey lies in reaching the last man Therefore our efforts were directed towards the poor and marginalized We have also paid special attention to remote corners of the country Our objective is to transform quality of life infrastructure and services Prime Minister Narendra Modi engaging in talks with CEOs in Paris France (Courtesy: Twitter/@MEAIndia) We have worked simultaneously on all fronts which bring a smile on the face of the common man I can give you some examples From controlling food prices to enhancing farm productivity; improving Railways to strengthening Roads; generating electricity to its 24×7 availability; building school toilets to setting up IITs IIMs and AIIMS; building houses for the homeless to upgrading our heritage cities; cleaning surroundings to bridging the digital divide; making world class products to skilling and employment generation; strengthening the banking system to funding the unfunded; ensuring labour welfare to providing social security to common man; rejuvenating rivers to irrigating fields; from enhancing co-operation with states to deepening foreign relations; we have worked at an energetic pace and with innovative spirit READ:Narendra Modi vs the markets: Plotting key days from first year to BSE performance Bringing back black money was a major electoral promise but then your party president Amit Shah gave the word ‘jumla’ to it and Arun Shourie criticized the procedures adopted by the finance ministry How committed is your government in bringing back black money to India My government is fully committed on the issue of black money We want to crack down severely on tax evasion and black money I had taken up this issue with world leaders during the G-20 summit In our very first cabinet meeting we formed an SIT Then we presented a new legislation in Parliament which is very stringent We want to make it more difficult to evade taxes and siphon money abroad We are also aggressively pursuing cases against those who have stashed funds illegally in foreign banks Recently the names of some such persons have been revealed We are also trying to move towards cashless transactions We want to make maximum use of ICT in our tax administration At the same time we want to remove the discretion which causes corruption and generation of black money Hence we promulgated ordinances in sectors like coal and mines It has proved to be a good step We have generated Rs 330 lakh crore for the country so far through transparent auction of some coal mines Similar is the case with auction of spectrum I can say that if your intentions are noble you are sure to get success and required support READ:Here is how Modi govt performed in one year; you can rate the ministries Key bills like the Land Acquisition Bill has got stiff opposition from the opposition They have been able to create doubts about the government’s intention What do you have to say Opposition to our Land Bill is totally unjustified and unfortunate We have not made any changes for private industry Moreover if you have money you don’t need a Land Acquisition Act to accumulate land Some individuals have done so in Rajasthan Haryana Shimla Delhi etc Land acquisition becomes necessary for government-driven strategic and development activities especially in undeveloped areas This too is done mostly by State Governments We have made changes only in response to demands of the States The benefits of these changes will also accrue to the rural poor in terms of irrigation housing electrification as well as better physical and social infrastructure In this country the Land Acquisition Act was almost 120 years old The Congress-led Governments used the same Act after independence Suddenly before the last Parliamentary elections the Congress went to another extreme by legislating an Act which is neither in the interest of farmers nor in the interest of the country’s development Now they are not even ready to sit and discuss We believe in dialogue with all political parties I have personally appealed in Parliament that we are ready to open a dialogue with political parties and consider their suggestions I hope that the parties will cooperate on issues of larger national importance without getting into political calculations READ:13 achievements of Narendra Modi-led government’sfirst year in power as listed by him How are you going to convince the farmers of this country that you mean well The proposed Land Acquisition Bill focuses on benefiting the farmer and balancing the long-term interests of the nation The world is changing fast Even farmers need canals to irrigate roads to transfer products from farms to markets They need hospitals schools and houses Farmers want modern amenities in their vicinity and jobs in formal sectors for their sons and daughters I have always believed that if we want inclusive development we need amenities We need to match the development of such amenities with agricultural growth This is what the Bill strives to do while safeguarding the interests of farmers Our amendments only aim to do away with the bureaucratic bottlenecks in the 2013 Act I am sure the farmers of this country will understand where their real welfare lies Agriculture is in distress in the country To a large extent the problem is endemic and decades of mismanagement have resulted in the present situation but how does your government plan to stem the tide of farmer suicides and farming stress The root causes of the problem find mention in your question itself This is a very important issue and the government is concerned about it We have responded to the recent agrarian crisis with alacrity We have undertaken several reforms The Union government has enhanced the relief norms for compensation against crop loss by 50% The limit of minimum crop damage for grant of compensation has been reduced from 50% to 33% Norms have been relaxed to allow procurement of damaged food grains at MSP rates The target of agricultural credit has been enhanced in our two consecutive budgets But as you said the problem in agriculture is endemic Nothing much was done for six long decades But we have started long-term steps for the farm sector To address the issue of access to irrigation for every farm and efficient utilization of water the Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojana (PMKSY) has been started Blue Revolution which aims to improve production and productivity in the fisheries sector is also an action point We have launched the soil health card scheme The price stabilization fund with a corpus of Rs 500 crores has also been set up for perishable commodities Rashtriya Gokul Mission has been commenced with the objective of conserving and developing indigenous cattle breeds We have made honest and sincere efforts for rural development I have recently launched the Kisan Channel for giving timely information to farmers on inputs and markets In the coming days I would like to see more focused action on increasing Farm Productivity; Rural Industrialization; Skill Development in rural areas and rural trades and faster Investments in Rural Infrastructure including cold chain The opposition has termed your government as ‘suit-boot ki sarkar’ What is your take on this allegation Suit-boot is definitely more acceptable than suitcase After ruling for sixty years the Congress has suddenly remembered the poor People of this country have suffered and remained poor due to shortsighted policies of the Congress Many countries of the world have surpassed us on all accounts including poverty removal Congress did incremental work so as to keep the issue relevant for next election Did the coal and spectrum scandals or the CWG fiasco benefit the poor Everyone knows who were their beneficiaries – some chosen industrialists and contractors The result of Congress’s politics and governance of sixty years is that poverty is still our biggest challenge One-fourth of the families are without shelter Health education water electricity and roads are even bigger unrealised dreams for a large number of citizens of this country You should ask them- If you were pro-poor why does poverty still exist in India” Opposition says that your government is pro-industrialists Those who gave away precious natural resources like coal and spectrum to their favourite industrialists have no right to say this We are working for the common man of the country In the very initial months of our Government we took up the task of providing toilets in all schools Don’t children of the poor study in these public schools We implemented the Jan Dhan scheme and opened more than 14 crore bank accounts for financial inclusion Earlier also there were banks as well as people without bank accounts What did they do all these years The so called pro-poor have been just repeating that there is leakage in subsidy We used technology to ensure that LPG subsidy reaches the targeted person directly; We have launched MUDRA Bank for financing 6 crore small vendors and businesses 61% of whom are SCs STs OBCs and Minorities; We have launched the Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana which the Congress did not think of in sixty years; We have planned to see that by 2022 no family remains without a roof over its head; The Soil Health Card scheme has been launched to enhance farm productivity and reduce expenses thereby enhancing the farmer’s income; We have come out with a comprehensive social security scheme for the poor and marginalised old and those with low income levels; Swachh Bharat Mission has been started to see that health and hygiene issues of the poor do not affect the working capacity and output of the poor and labourers; The Indian Railways on which the common man travels is being changed for the better We have set up the Skill Development Ministry to enhance employability of the youth to whom we are committed to provide jobs through initiatives like ‘Make in India’ In the past the country had been led into an economy of jobless growth We provided for reservation of women in the police forces of Union Territories This was done even when there were no elections around the corner Through the regime of coal auction that we have put in place more than Rs three lakh crore have already been generated for the less-developed states of India This money will be used for the poor of those states These are just a few examples Why were these things not done in the past sixty years Who prevented them Their worry is not that we are not pro-poor Their worry is that they are being exposed as not being pro-poor People are asking them: “If Modi Government can think and do this in six to nine months why could you not think and do it in sixty years” You have travelled to 17 countries in 12 months…something that nobody expected you to do as you were seen as a novice on foreign policy matters But you seem to enjoy running the country’s foreign policy Any comments Foreign engagements are international obligations on the part of the Prime Minister All Prime Ministers have to do this Moreover this is an integrated world We have to attend international multilateral and bilateral summits and build ties with our neighbours and other nations Our foreign policy is mature and there is a full-fledged mechanism to pursue it I have only added an element of dynamism to it We have strived to strongly further our economic cooperation in the Asia-Pacific Region We have endeavoured to nurture new economic partnerships and tap reserves of energy minerals technology and finance from major economies In real terms do you see that the Chinese will actually deliver on the financial pledge they have done that the US will open up its markets for India that Pakistan will give up its anti-India agenda That our smaller neighbours will stop seeing us as a bully Yes I am sure that the commitments and agreements will be implemented We have received a commitment from the Government of Japan for facilitating public and private funding of 35 trillion Yen – or approximately 35 billion US dollars – over the next five years; there are agreements with China on two industrial parks and intended investments of 20 billion US dollars; there are investment plans of about 42 billion US dollars from US companies over the next five years Russia has proposed to manufacture helicopters in India With Australia and Canada we have signed civil nuclear cooperation agreements and other agreements to strengthen our energy security With the United States we have moved forward in implementation of the civil nuclear agreement and signed a significant partnership agreement to use renewable energy for rapidly expanding rural access to energy There has been good response from financial institutions including pension funds from Korea Canada Australia and the US There is a strong support in all major economies for our “Make in India” programme In the neighbourhood there has been forward movement on the 5600 MW Pancheshwar project in Nepal that was stuck for the last 25 years Similarly with Bangladesh we have settled the land boundary issue We are working with a spirit of mutual benefit There is no question of bullying anyone Our recent help to Nepal during the natural calamity shows that our approach is brotherly With Pakistan too we will pursue our long-standing approach We will continue our efforts to advance cooperation and connectivity without compromising our national security If we were to return to domestic issues you have come for criticism from many for not being able to reign in vitriolic elements in your party who have made disparaging remarks against minorities What do you say Our Constitution guarantees religious freedom to every citizen and that is not negotiable The tradition of welcoming respecting and honouring all faiths is as old as India itself As Swami Vivekananda said: We believe not only in universal toleration but we accept all religions as true This principle of equal respect and treatment for all faiths has been a part of India’s ethos for thousands of years And that is how it became integral to the Constitution of India Our Constitution did not evolve in a vacuum It has roots in the ancient cultural traditions of India I expect that everyone will understand and respect this Why do some elements in your party feel emboldened to say awful things even though they ought to know that a Prime Minister of India cannot really support bigots in his cabinet I have said this before and I say it again: any discrimination or violence against any community will not be tolerated My position on this is very clear: Sab ka saath sab ka vikas We stand for each of the 125 billion Indians regardless of caste or creed and we will work for the progress of each of them Every faith in our country has equal rights; 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