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Sunday, May 31, 2020

One Nation One Card: A wonderful system of rationcard

One Nation One Card: A wonderful system for the poor from tomorrow, 670 million people will benefit

  • The biggest beneficiaries of the scheme will be the poor.
  •  Tourists shifting from one place to another will get benefit
  •  Fake ration card can be prevented
  • All ration cards will be linked to Aadhaar with Aadhaar card and distribution of foodgrains through Point of Sale, PoS will be started soon.

One National One Card system is going to be launched across the country on Monday. The scheme, which is going to be launched in 20 states, will mainly benefit 670 million poor people. Due to the Central Government's One Nation One Ration Card Scheme, rations can be taken from any state other than the original state. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman mentioned this while announcing the economic package.

One National One Card system is going to be launched across the country on Monday. The scheme, which is being launched in 20 states, will mainly benefit 670 million poor people. Due to the Central Government's One Nation One Ration Card Scheme, rations can be taken from any state other than the original state. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman mentioned this while announcing the economic package.

One Nation One Code will begin

The One Nation One Card scheme will be fully implemented from June 1 for ration cards across the country. The benefit of this scheme is that the ration card made in any state can be used to buy rations in another state as well. It will benefit the poor a lot. Ration card holders will get five kg of rice at Rs 3 per kg and wheat at Rs 2 per kg. The card will be issued in two languages, local language and Hindi or English.

The finance minister said those who do not have a ration card or any other card will also be given 5 kg of wheat, rice and 1 kg of chickpeas. 8 crore migrant workers will benefit from it. It will cost Rs 3500 crore. It will be implemented by the state government. States have information on these workers. The fixed procedure will continue for the next two months.

What are the benefits of the scheme?

- 85% Aadhaar card is connected to point of sale machine.
- 100 percent POS machines have been installed in 22 states.

What is the whole scheme

The scheme will no longer be closed to the general public with any PDS shop and will reduce reliance on shop owners and reduce corruption. With this scheme, the government will facilitate full portability by creating a central repository for all Rashcards and linking them to Aadhaar. It will make it easier for people as they will not be compelled to shop with any one ration shop.

Any citizen of India can apply for ration card

Any citizen of India can apply for this ration card. Children under the age of 18 will be attached to their parents' ration card. These ration card holders will get 5 kg of rice at the rate of Rs 3 and kg of wheat at the rate of Rs 2.

How to apply online for ration card

First you have to go to the official website of your state's food and logistics department.
Here you have to choose your language
Then some personal information like name of district, name of area, some personal information like gram panchayat will have to be given.
Now you have to choose the type of card (APL / BPL / Antodaya)
As you proceed, you will be asked for a lot of information such as the name of your family head, Aadhaar card number, Water ID, Bank account number, Mobile number, etc.

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go official site from here
After filling in all the information, at the end you have to click the submit button and in addition you have to have a print.
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Monday, May 11, 2020

VIEW PGVCL, MGVCL,DGVCL,UGVCL BILL STATUS ONLINE, Official Paripatr for 100 unit bill Relief


At present, the entire country, including Gujarat, is fighting the Koro epidemic. A nationwide lockdown has been declared until May 3 to eradicate the virus and prevent further spread. Due to which all the other works except the necessities of life have been stopped. However, after April 20, some government offices as well as industries have been opened with conditions. Employees of power companies who used to go to their homes or shops to pay their electricity bills are also closed for now. So people have to use the online website to pay the electricity bill details as well.

What to do to pay light bill online?

The method of paying bills online is also very simple. Customers who want to pay their bills online can do so by visiting the power company's website. All they have to do is add their customer number to the website. As soon as the customer adds the number, the complete information of his bill will be displayed on the screen. Also, if the customer wants to pay the bill, he can do so from here. The receipt can also be downloaded online after paying the bill. At the same time, according to the government, no fixed charge of GEB will be levied even from small and big traders, only the consumer will have consumed as much electricity. He will have to pay the same amount.

The app is providing rich features for registered or non-registered users.

  • The user can contact the Customer Care Center
  • The user can register and track without registering
  • User can sign up and add multiple customer numbers to file a complaint
  • The user can view the complaint history in his / her account
  • The app is available in Gujarati and English








It is a step in bringing GUVNL) digital presence and bringing the various facilities / services of our electricity distribution co. to a common platform to expand our reach for a customer base of nearly 1.30 crore in the state of Gujarat.

GUVNL Through its four electricity distribution companies (DSCCOM) namely DGVCL, MGVCL, PGVC L. And UGVCL,GUVNL is offering electricity bill pay and other seamless services to its customers.

Fast bill payment

  • Schedule outage information in the Customers area
  • History of payment and bill of last six months Power complaint redress application GUVNL (Former GEB) Complaint for all Gujarat Electricity Distribution Companies (DGVCL, MGVCL, PGVCL, UGVCL) is easy, fast, intuitive and easy to use.

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Sunday, May 10, 2020

Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Rural) Important matters and all detail

Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Rural) Important matters

Beneficiary Selection S.E.C. According to 2011 data
The size of the accommodation is 30 sq.m. Increased from 3 sq.m.
The amount of assistance has been increased from Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 1,50,000 and Rs. 12,50 under MGNREGA scheme, Rs. 15,000 for construction of toilets under Swachh Bharat Mission and Rs. 2,15,50.
Primary facilities like water, electricity, roads etc. in coordination with other schemes.

  • Training of beneficiaries and artisans involved in housing construction such as Kadiya, Sakhi Mandals

  • Use of state-of-the-art technology for monitoring. (Housing App)
  • Procedure for preparation of list of eligible beneficiaries

Procedure prescribed by the Ministry of Rural Development, Central Government

The following priority list based on SECC data has been prepared.

First of all to separate all the families living in houses with paki walls and / or paki roof
Separate all families with any one of the 12 indicators of exclusion
To designate a group of families who do not own a residential house and a group of all families living in houses with zero room / one / two room raw wall and raw roof as a group of eligible beneficiary families
To prepare 6 separate lists of eligible (Muslim, Jain, Sikh, Parsi, Christian, Buddhist) and other families at Gram Panchayat level
Procedure for setting priorities
To prioritize the eligible families on the basis of deprivation at the Gram Panchayat level.
Housing Deprivation - First to index households and then zero room / one room / two room houses.
To prioritize families with no traits in the indexed affiliate category
Then give equal weighting to the symptoms of deprivation to other families, determining the internal priority based on the total coefficient of deprivation.
The higher the coefficient of deprivation, the higher the priority of the family.

In Gram Panchayats, the list with the priority given by the Central Government has to be circulated
A separate list should be prepared by identifying the minority families from the list of others. In which the priority as per the original list has to be maintained.
The Gram Sabha will have to check the list by category.
If the following facts appear, the family name will have to be removed from the list.

Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Rural)

If the multiplication of priority is the same then priority will be given to the families under the following group.

Families with disabilities

Families of widows and heirs of persons killed in the line of duty in the Army / Paramilitary Forces / Police Force
Families with members with leprosy or cancer or members with AIDS
Families with only one daughter
There is currently no provision for adding names to the list. However, the list of names to be added to the list by the Gram Sabha, including the resolution with the opinion of the Gram Sabha, has to be submitted to the Taluka Development Officer.

How To Check Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana in your Name.?

important link: 

1 check your name with your registretion number

2 enter your neme and check status

Grievance Redressal:

Complaints against the list approved by the Gram Sabha can be lodged with the Taluka Development Officer or with the authority designated by the State Government.

The concerned authority shall inquire into the complaint received and send its report to the Appellate Authority as prescribed by the State Government within the prescribed time limit.

If the family is involved on the basis of false information
If the family has built a rented house or the family has relocated
The family has been allotted a pucca house under a government scheme
documant list

The details of the canceled family should be included in the minutes in the form of a resolution of the Gram Sabha along with the reasons for the cancellation.
If there are sufficient reasons to change the priority, the change in priority can be made by noting such reasons.

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Saturday, May 9, 2020

Atal Pension Yojna full Detail

Atal Pension Yojna full Detail

  • To join the scheme one needs to have a savings bank account, Aadhaar and active mobile number

  • person takes this scheme after 60, he has to invest at least 20 years to get pension

       If you have not taken any pension plan till date and you want to take a plan in which you want to be entitled to a pension by paying less then the Central Government's Atal Pension Scheme is right for you. Under this, on reaching the age of 60, one gets a pension of Rs.1000 to Rs.5000 per month. It can be invested by a person between the ages of 18 and 40.

Anyone between the ages of 18 and 40 can open an account

  • Anyone between the ages of 18 and 40 can open an Atal Pension Scheme account
  • To join the scheme, one needs to have a savings bank account, Aadhaar and an active mobile number
  • If a person takes this scheme, he has to invest at least 20 years.
  • Investors can invest monthly, quarterly or semi-annual i.e. for a period of 6 months.
  • Contribution will be auto debited. That is, the fixed amount will be automatically deducted from your account and credited to your pension account.
  • How much will be deducted depends on how much pension you want after retirement.
  • In it you can claim tax benefit up to Rs 1.5 lakh under section 80c.

You can make a contribution of Rs 42 to 210 per month

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  • For a pension of Rs 1,000 to Rs 5,000 per month, the subscriber will have to pay from Rs 42 to Rs 210 per month. This will happen when the plan is taken at the age of 18.
  • On the other hand, if a subscriber takes up the scheme at the age of 40, he will have to make a monthly contribution ranging from Rs 291 to Rs 1454.
  • The more the subscriber contributes, the more pension he will get after retirement. However, it should not exceed Rs 5,000. That is why the contribution will also be according to it.
  • How to open an account

You can open an account by going to any bank

  • You can download the Atal Pension Plan form online
  • You will have to fill up this form and deposit it in the bank branch
  • In addition, a photocopy of your mobile number and Aadhaar card will also have to be submitted.
  • You will receive a confirmation message after the application is approved.
  • An online account can be opened in SBI

Eligibility of the beneficiary of Atal Pension Scheme

ThAtal Pension Scheme (APY) is for all Indian citizens between the ages of 18 and 40. To avail the benefits of this scheme, everyone has to pay the amount fixed by the government for at least 30 years. Any bank account holder who is not a member of any such social security scheme can avail this scheme.

For a monthly pension of Rs.1000 / - to Rs.3000 / -, the beneficiary will have to pay an age based contribution of Rs.5 / - to Rs.21 / -.
The level of contribution will vary with the age of the person. A person who joins at a younger age will have less contribution and more for older age.
To encourage investment in this scheme, a new account will be credited to the account holder by the Central Government before 31-12-2017 within a maximum limit of Rs.1000 / - per annum or whichever is less than 50% of the total contribution in the account. (From 2013-14 to 2017-20) The savers of the present Rashtriya Swavalamban Yojana will be automatically transferred to the Atal Pension Yojana.

To take advantage of this scheme

The account holder has to fill up the authorization form and submit it to his bank. In which details of account number, spouse and nominee (heir) have to be written. Under this scheme, the account holder has to ensure that there is a fixed amount in his account every month. If that doesn't happen, it's time to dump her and move on. These penalties are normal, such as Rs 1 for every Rs 100, Rs 5 for 101 to 200 contributions, Rs 5 for Rs 201 to Rs 1,000 and Rs 10 for more than Rs 1,001.

If payment is not made ... If payment is not made for 6 months, the account holder's account can be sealed. If payment is not made within 15 months, the account holder's account is deactivated. The account of the person who does not make this payment for 6 months is completely closed. Anyone who does not have an account has to open a bank account first and provide Aadhaar card and KYC information. At the same time, the form of 'APY' has to be submitted. If you want to exit the plan ...

Under normal circumstances, an account holder in Atal Pension Scheme cannot opt ​​out of Atal Pension Scheme till the age of 60 years. The account can be closed only in certain special circumstances, such as after his death.

important link:::: 

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If you have an account with SBI Bank, you can avail this scheme through Net Banking

  • You must first login to SBI to apply.
  • Then click on the e-Services link
  • A new window will open with a link to the Social Security Scheme. There you have to click.
  • Then you will see 3 options, PMJJBY / PMSBY / APY. Here you have to click on APY i.e. Atal Pension Plan.
  • Then you have to fill in your complete information. In which correct account number, name, age and address information should be given.
  • Which option are you choosing in the pension option, such as Rs. 5000 per month
  • Monthly contributions will then be determined based on your age.
all deatail pdf 

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      Thursday, May 7, 2020

      MA Yojana mukhyamantri amrutam vatsalya yojana hospital list gujarat

      MA Yojana mukhyamantri amrutam vatsalya yojana hospital list gujarat

      • MAA Card Hospital List Gujarat
      • MAA Card Hospital List Gujarati
      • mukhyamantri amrutam vatsalya yojana hospital list gujarat

      For people who are living below poverty line & lower income group, an illness not only represents a permanent threat to their income and earning capacity, but in many cases it results in the family falling into a trap of debt. When need to get treatment arises for a poor family they often ignore it because of lack of resources, fearing loss of wages, or they wait till the last moment when it is too late. Health and poverty are interwoven. These families are pushed into a vicious debt poverty cycle due to excessive expenditures arising out of catastrophic health shocks.

      To address this key vulnerability faced by the BPL population in the Gujarat, Mukhyamantri Amrutam “MA” Yojana was launched on 4th September, 2012 by Government of Gujarat.
      When in the Lower middle class families, critical illness occur and when such families are not included in the definition of BPL so they cannot get free treatment, and they are not able to spend money for critical illness. So, Based on feedback from various stakeholders, the Scheme was extended to families of lower income group names as Mukhyamantri Amrutam Vatsalya Yojana in August 2014.

      Features of Mukhyamantri Amrutum Yojana

      • Some of the notable features of Mukhyamantri Amrutum Yojana can be given as follows:
      • This scheme offers a sum insured amount of Rs.3 lakh on a floater basis
      • Five members of a family can avail the benefits under the scheme.
      • There is no cost incurred by beneficiaries as this is a 100% government funded scheme.
      • A quick response coded card (QR coded card) is issued to families that avail coverage under this scheme.
      • Since this is not an insurance policy, there are no intermediaries involved in the coverage process.The state government transfers the benefit amount through RTGS.
      • Complete cashless coverage can be obtained under this scheme as the government bears all costs including treatment expenses, follow-up consultation, medicines, and transportation etc.
      • The claim is settled on a paperless basis to make the claim settlement faster.
      • The network hospitals empanelled under this scheme include private hospitals, government hospitals, and standalone dialysis centers.
      • There is no specific time frame for beneficiary enrollment, and people can sign up for this cover anytime of the year.
      • Civic Centre kiosks and Taluka kiosks have been set up for the beneficiaries so that they can enrol themselves or make any additions or deletions under the scheme.
      • Mega health camps and General Health camps are set up by public and private empanelled hospitals.

      Eligibility for Mukhyamantri Amrutum Yojana::

      • The following eligibility criteria must be met in order to get benefits under Mukhyamantri Amrutum Yojana:
      • The total annual income of the beneficiary must be less than Rs.2.5 lakh
      • It is a must to have an income certificate before subscribing to this scheme.
      • This cover can be taken for self, spouse, and three dependent children.


      Full Detail About MA Yojna In Gujarati

      District wise Government Hospital List 

      District Wise Private Hospital List

      Standalone Dialysis Center List 

      List of other beneficiaries included in the scheme:


      • Apart from families below the poverty line and low income families, a few more beneficiaries were included in the scheme. Here are the new additions to the scheme:
      • In 2016, U-win card holders were also permitted to avail the benefits under the scheme.
      • In the FY 2017-18, fixed pay state government employees of Class 3 and Class 4, reporters, and rural as well as urban Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHAs) were added as beneficiaries.
      • Senior citizens whose families’ income is within Rs.6 lakh are also included.
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      Saturday, May 2, 2020

      CNBCTV18-CII CEO snap survey: More than half expect business commonality in 6 a year; need aligned exit from lockdown

      CNBCTV18-CII CEO snap survey: More than half expect business commonality in 6 a year; need aligned exit from lockdown 

      The CNBCTV18-Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) snap survey of CEOs uncovers that 77 percent of the CEOs need an aligned exit from the across the nation lockdown that became effective from March 24. A brief time back, the Home Ministry said that the lockdown would be stretched out for two additional weeks past 4 May. 

      An evaluated exit from the lockdown would be useful for their organizations, felt 86 percent of the CEOs surveyed. 

      On the viability of India's COVID-19 procedure, 73 percent of the respndents said that it has been effective up until now. 

      Come back to commonality 

      The greater part the respondents- - 54 percent- - said they anticipated that their organizations should come back to ordinary in a half year to a year. Another 16 percent said they anticipated that regularity should return in under a half year and 29 percent said it would take over a year for things to return to ordinary. 

      Income sway 

      One out of each two respondents said they expected a more than 25 percent decrease in their topline this year. Four out ten CEOs said the fall in incomes could be between 10-25 percent this year. 

      On working edges, 44 percent of the CEOs said they expected a decay of more than 25 percent this year. Approximately a comparable level of CEOs said the decrease in edges would be between 10-25 percent. 

      CNBCTV18-CII CEO snap survey: More than half expect business regularity in 6 a year; need adjusted exit from lockdown 

      Employment cuts 

      Hearteningly, 71 percent of the CEOs said cutbacks were not up and coming in their associations. There are across the board worries over occupation misfortunes given that numerous areas have endured a harm to their very plan of action since the episode of the pandemic. 

      Pay cuts 

      On wage decrease, 34 percent of the CEOs said pay cuts were up and coming in their associations. Another 37 percent couldn't state now on the off chance that they would fall back on pay cuts. 

      Social separating, telecommute 

      A mind-boggling nine out of 10 CEOs said their working environments were prepared for social separating. About four out of ten CEOs said they were finding a way to regulate telecommute by their workers. 

      Seven out of ten CEOs state that the lockdown has helped them interface better with their families, and six out of ten CEOs said the lockdown has given them reality to reconsider numerous parts of their business. 

      Financial recuperation 

      Six out of ten CEOs are anticipating major financial changes soon. 

      Desires for a recuperation in the economy were uniformly isolated. 33% of the CEOs said the recuperation could be 'tangled'. Another 28 percent said the recuperation was probably going to resemble a 'Nike Swoosh' and 25 percent expected an 'Angular recuperation'.
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      For Mumbai specialists at focal point of battle against coronavirus, wearing PPEs for extended periods is an uncommon experience

      For Mumbai specialists at focal point of battle against coronavirus, wearing PPEs for extended periods is an uncommon experience 

      Editorial manager's note: This arrangement will concentrate on the troubles looked by the clinical organization at COVID-19 emergency clinics, their obligation hours, access to defensive apparatus, offices they get during isolate, how are their families adapting to this new reality across various states in the nation. This is the 6th piece of the arrangement. 

      Since the flare-up of the novel coronavirus in India, there has been a lot of conversation on the accessibility of individual defensive gear (PPEs) for clinical work force. In any case, a viewpoint that measurements can't expose is the extraordinary inconvenience that specialists experience while wearing the PPEs. 

      Specialists in Mumbai are experiencing an especially nerve racking time, with the city by and by being the city that is most noticeably awful influenced by the illness. Till 25 April, Mumbai has announced 4,870 COVID-19 cases. The high number of cases implies that overstretched specialists need to wear PPEs for extensive stretches of time. 

      Amit Ganvir, a specialist at the Jaslok Hospital at Mumbai's Pedder Road, vouches for the challenges of wearing the imperative defensive gear for extensive stretches of time. For the initial two days that he worked with coronavirus cases, his group dealt with two movements of six hours each every day. This implied the specialists would get two PPE packs for each day. Afterward, as an ever increasing number of patients started to be conceded and the medical clinic began confronting deficiencies of PPEs, specialists started laboring for 12 hours in a row. 

      Ganvir stated, "In the event that one expels any piece of the hardware for even a brief period, at that point it will be considered as sullied and can't be utilized once more. Thus, when we wear the PPEs, it is beyond the realm of imagination to expect to try and drink a glass of water or void the bladder for the following 12 hours." 

      For Mumbai specialists at focal point of battle against coronavirus, wearing PPEs for extended periods of time is an exceptional experience 

      He included, "We likewise face troubles when we wear hoods — which are plastic headgears that are important when we perform systems to put patients on ventilators. Because of our breathing, the face shields get foggy inside around three minutes, after which it gets hard to see appropriately. Since I realize how to swim, I can hold my breath for around thirty seconds longer. Be that as it may, this isn't workable for everybody. Likewise, if the face shield gets foggy before the strategy is finished, we must choose the option to evacuate it. This builds the danger of contamination for us, yet there is no other way." 

      Snap here for Coronavirus Outbreak LIVE Updates 

      The Union wellbeing service's rules on the balanced utilization of Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) suggest utilizing the full PPEs in serious consideration units (ICUs) and crisis units, particularly when vaporized creating techniques are being directed. Airborne producing methodology incorporate different sorts of ventilation, nebuliser treatment, and so forth. Specialists who direct these strategies are viewed as at high hazard for the novel coronavirus. 

      As indicated by the official rules, the segments of PPEs are goggles, face-shield, veil, gloves, coverall/outfits (with or without covers), headcover and shoe spread. 

      Specialists mourn avoiding families 

      Numerous specialists in Mumbai have been avoiding their families for quite a while because of worries that they may wind up tainting their friends and family, especially those with more vulnerable resistant frameworks. In any case, this definitely incurs significant damage. 

      On this issue, Ganvir stated, "I have not returned home since soon after Holi (which was on 11 March) as I would prefer not to hazard contaminating my relatives. It is positively a troublesome time for those have been away from their families since the coronavirus flare-up. Nobody is accustomed to avoiding home for such significant stretches." 

      He included, "A little level of specialists — maybe 5 percent — have been returning home in the previous scarcely any weeks. Some of them are recently hitched or have little kids. The specialists who have been returning home have been avoiding potential risk. They keep away from close physical closeness with their relatives and wear veils in any event, when they are at home. All things considered, clinical experts know the dangers of transmitting the infection to everyone around them." 

      Ganvir stated, "The circumstance is far more atrocious for individuals whose families remain outside Mumbai. While they do address their families via telephone, they have not met their relatives for an exceptionally significant time-frame now." 

      Among the specialists who don't return home, a few specialists remain in the emergency clinic's quarters, while for a few, lodgings have been reserved. By and by, specialists manage COVID-19 patients for seven days at a stretch, after which they need to stay in isolate for the following seven days. 

      Further, emergency clinic staff who are associated with having been presented to the COVID-19 infection are isolated for 14 days. One of them was Vijaykumar Narwade, who is by and by working in the ICU segment of the Gokuldas Tejpal (GT) Hospital. 

      Narwade, alongside a few other emergency clinic work force, was prior isolated for 14 days after he managed a patient who later tried positive for the infection. In any case, he later tried negative. 

      He recalled, "During the period when we were in isolate, our families would be particularly stressed over us. They would call to beware of our wellbeing on various occasions in a day, and would once in a while video call too. They would likewise be worried since we were eating clinic nourishment. In any case, we had no way out — we needed to eat that nourishment, regardless. It would not have been legitimate to gripe." 

      Narwade additionally communicated worry about specialists confronting shame and separation from individuals around them. He stated, "I have perused and seen news about specialists confronting shame from networks, being constrained out of rental settlement, and so forth. That is unquestionably a concern for us. I for one have not confronted any discourteous or inconsiderate conduct from anybody till now. In any case, I can see that individuals are worried about being around me in the event that I wear a specialist's cover." 

      Refering to cases of individuals being frightful of being around specialists, he stated, "As of late, when I went to a petroleum siphon close to the GT Hospital to refuel my bicycle, an orderly requested that I stand away from the others, as opposed to join the line. At a clinical store, as well, a retailer requested that I hold up outside and mention to him what I required from that point." 

      Narwade likewise called attention to that PPEs for specialists are amazingly awkward, especially in Mumbai's rising warmth. On the issue of accessibility of this gear, he stated, "Satisfactory PPEs are accessible starting at now. In any case, I don't have the foggiest idea what will occur if there is a significant ascent in cases."
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      FMCG area tickers most minimal Jan-Mar quarter development in three years; liable to develop by 6% in 2020: Report

      FMCG area tickers most minimal Jan-Mar quarter development in three years; liable to develop by 6% in 2020: Report 

      Kolkata: The quick moving shopper merchandise (FMCG) division enrolled a 2.6 percent development during the January-March quarter in the eastern locale which was under "greatest worry" in the period when contrasted with different zones, as per an information investigation organization report. 

      The segment developed by 6.3 percent during the initial three months of the present schedule year in the nation, enrolling the most reduced first-quarter development in the previous three years and furthermore lower than Nielsen's assessed conjecture of 8-9 percent, as the coronavirus pandemic hosed development possibilities. The statistical surveying firm said in a report and development was affected in March with the underlying impact of COVID-19 flare-up. The section developed at 7 percent in the October-December quarter of 2019. 

      The FMCG area incorporates non-strong family products, for example, bundled nourishment, drinks, toiletries and different consumables that are sold at a generally minimal effort. The log jam was more extreme in the urban markets contrasted with the country markets, over the four zones, the report said. 

      FMCG part timekeepers most minimal Jan-Mar quarter development in three years; prone to develop by 6% in 2020: Report 

      Illustrative picture. Reuters. 

      "The lull in Q120 (January-March) was driven by customary exchange channels while present day exchange channel quickened development," it said. The development in the eastern zone during the period was the most reduced while South India saw an extension of 8.8 percent, the most noteworthy among four locales. 

      Be that as it may, a more intensive look shows that the eastern district's development was driven by esteem while the southern states saw a sharp volume extension, as indicated by the report. 

      In the east, the worth development was at 2.2 percent in the main quarter of the present schedule year, while the Southern locale indicated a volume extension of 6.4 percent. The development for the FMCG area in north and west was 4.7 percent and 5 percent separately. 

      "Among the four zones of India, the east zone was under most extreme worry in Q120 while the south zone kept on supporting development. North and west zones balanced out after lull in past quarters," the report said. 

      There were "particular indications of recuperation in January and February", which were considered as a pre-COVID period for the India showcase, as indicated by the investigation. 

      "The business timed a development of 7.5 percent in January and February 20 (Pre-COVID). This development was essentially affected in March 2020 with the underlying impact of 

      COVID-19 bringing it down to 4 percent," it said. This prompted a stoppage in general development for the quarter, the report said.
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      Congress urges Center to scrap Rs 22,000-cr Central Vista venture, says assets can be utilized in battle against COVID-19

      Congress urges Center to scrap Rs 22,000-cr Central Vista venture, says assets can be utilized in battle against COVID-19 

      The Congress on Friday asked the Center to scrap its goal-oriented Central Vista redevelopment venture while blaming the BJP government for optimizing it to maintain a strategic distance from investigation by the Supreme Court. 

      Attacking Center, the Congress said the situation of vagrant laborers across India and the absence of Personal Protective Equipment for specialists at the bleeding edge of the COVID-19 fight were a portion of the costs "India needs to endure" for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "fantasy to live in another house and address MPs from another Parliament building." 

      Congress representative Abhishek Singhvi encouraged the peak court to offer priority to petitions against the undertaking and requested that the administration keep the Rs 20,000-crore redevelopment plan keep going on their need list as the whole country is reeling under the coronavirus emergency. 

      One ought not be deceived by the administration's case on the undertaking, as modernisation of each working inside two kilometers — North Block, South Block, Udyog Bhawan, Shastri Bhawan and the parliament — to sparkling new proficient models would cost not as much as Rs 500 crore, Singhvi said. 

      The redevelopment task of Central Vista — the country's capacity passage — visualizes a triangular Parliament working close to the current one, regular Central Secretariat and patching up of the 3-km-long Rajpath — from Rashtrapati Bhavan to India Gate. 

      Another Parliament House will come up on a 9.5-section of land close to the current structure. As indicated by sources, head administrator's living arrangement and office are probably going to be moved close to the South Block and VP's new house will be in the region of the North Block. 

      "This Rs 20,000 crore venture is someone's leisure activity horse. It isn't just for a Modi Mahal, which incorporates another head administrator's home, it is the aim to leave by one way or another in an individual way, your own stamp by littering the entire of the green verdant scene of Rajpath with new structures, for the sake of workplaces, for the sake of accommodation and modernisation. A progressively loathsome assault on the heart and mind of Delhi can't be envisioned," Singhvi said. 

      The Congress head asked the zenith courts to hear the issue on a need premise. "We would genuinely demand the Supreme Court to give quick consideration to this. We would demand it to explain that if the administration looks to proceed (with the task) on its own steam, at that point they put a reasonable notification... at any rate subject to the result notice and an admonition ought to be given," he said. "We ought to caution the administration this ought to be the last need. For the court, it ought to be the primary goal to hear this sort of issue," Singhvi noted. 

      Congress pioneer Jairam Ramesh too restricted the venture in a letter to Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu. Sharing the letter on Twitter, Ramesh asked Naidu to stop the undertaking. "Pay rates and remittances of MP have been cut. MPLADs has been solidified for a long time as has DA for govt workers till mid-2021. Extreme cut in safeguard use. However, Central Vista redevelopment venture proceeds. It would be ideal if you stop this," he tweeted. 

      In another tweet, Ramesh asked how could India bear to spend "this party in this season of emergency". 

      Senior legal advisor Prashant Bhushan too hammered the legislature charging that the govt is organizing the Central Vista venture over government assistance of vagrants influenced by the coronavirus lockdown. He tweeted: 

      The Supreme Court had on Thursday would not engage a supplication against the Central Vista venture. A seat, containing Chief Justice SA Bobde and Justice Aniruddha Bose, didn't consent to the accommodation that the undertaking in Lutyens' Delhi should have been remained as the administration bodies were to move toward the specialists worried for leeway and different conventions. 

      The Congress chief said when the whole country is battling the novel coronavirus, it is very astounding that the legislature is holding gatherings on the Central Vista Project. 

      "It just shows the twisted, misshaped, totally ludicrous needs of this administration. Blast in coronavirus emergency, they are optimizing, hot-balance this venture... The whole spending plan for foundation fortifying of the Government of India is Rs 15,000 crore," he said. 

      Singhvi said at this phase when the future regarding monetary recuperation and movement looks distressing "the legislature ought to have demonstrated charitableness and guts to report rejecting of this venture.". 

      "On the off chance that you are excessively vain, you can in any event declare the deferment of this undertaking. Rather, you are doing simply inverse; you are unmistakably endeavoring to render the Supreme Court's investigation of this infructuous. You are, as I said prior, hot-balance it, and optimizing it. The figures make us balance our head in disgrace," he said.
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      Coronavirus Outbreak: Jamia Millia Islamia, refering to lockdown expansions, advises understudies to clear inns and return home

      Coronavirus Outbreak: Jamia Millia Islamia, refering to lockdown expansions, advises understudies to clear inns and return home

      New Delhi: The Jamia Millia Islamia on Friday guided hostellers to empty their rooms and get back after the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) permitted the utilization of trains for shipping individuals abandoned because of the across the country lockdown to their separate states. 

      The college was closed inferable from the coronavirus pandemic and would revive in August for normal understudies, while the new scholarly meeting would start from September. 

      Coronavirus Outbreak: Jamia Millia Islamia, refering to lockdown expansions, advises understudies to empty inns and return home 

      The assessment plans scheduled for July 2020 will be informed at the appointed time, the college said. 

      The asset materials for tests and research are open on the web, it said. 

      "The understudies abandoned in the lodgings who couldn't return to their homes prior and remained back are thusly coordinated to clear the inns according to the courses of action of transportation and travel conventions of the state governments," it said. 

      The territories in the nearness of the college have been pronounced hotspots and fixed and the college said that it will get hard to keep up coordinations and labor necessities later on. 

      The inns are required for upkeep and for unforeseen isolate offices, the college included. 

      "Along these lines, the lodgings are to be emptied totally without any special cases. The executives (young men and young ladies Hostels) are mentioned to start the procedure desperately," it said.
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      North Korean State media reports first 'open appearance' of Kim Jong-un following quite a while of hypothesis over his wellbeing

      North Korean State media reports first 'open appearance' of Kim Jong-un following quite a while of hypothesis over his wellbeing 

      Seoul: After long stretches of serious theory about the strength of Kim Jong Un, state news organization KCNA said on Saturday the North Korean pioneer went to the finish of a compost plant north of Pyongyang, the primary report of his appearance since 11 April. 

      Reuters couldn't autonomously confirm the KCNA report. 

      KCNA said Kim cut a strip at the function on Friday and those going to the occasion "burst into loud cheers of 'hurrah!' for the Supreme Leader who is instructing the all-individuals general walk for achieving the extraordinary reason for thriving." 

      North Korean State media reports first open appearance of Kim Jong-un following quite a while of theory over his wellbeing 

      Kim was found in photos grinning and conversing with assistants at the strip cutting function and furthermore visiting the plant. The realness of the photographs, distributed on the site of the authority Rodong Sinmun paper, couldn't be confirmed. 

      Gotten some information about the KCNA report, US President Donald Trump stated: "I'd preferably not remark on it yet." 

      "We'll have a comment about it at the suitable time," he told correspondents at the White House. 

      Hypothesis about Kim's wellbeing has been overflowing after he missed the birth commemoration festivities of state organizer Kim Il Sung on 15 April. The day is a significant occasion in North Korea and Kim as a pioneer as a rule visits the tomb where his granddad lies in state. 

      He last showed up on 11 April going to a gathering of the decision Workers' Party politburo. 

      Following his nonappearance from the commemoration, a South Korean news outlet having some expertise in the North revealed that Kim was recuperating in the wake of experiencing a cardiovascular technique. A whirlwind of other unverified reports about his condition and his whereabouts followed. 

      Authorities in South Korea and the United States communicated wariness about the reports, notwithstanding. 

      The previous top US negotiator for East Asia, Daniel Russel, said the bits of the riddle of Kim's vanishing would set aside effort to collect. 

      His return demonstrated that legitimate data about the prosperity and whereabouts of a North Korean pioneer was firmly protected, and bits of gossip about him should have been respected with significant distrust, Russel said. 

      The bits of gossip had, in any case, served to concentrate consideration on North Korea's progression plan, which "in a monarchical and faction like fascism is loaded up with chance, and the nonappearance of an assigned grown-up beneficiary exacerbates that hazard many occasions over," Russel said. 

      Prior, a source acquainted with US insight investigations and detailing said that US organizations accepted that Kim Jong Un was not sick and stayed particularly in power. 

      "We believe he's still in control," the source said on state of namelessness. 

      The source couldn't quickly affirm the KCNA report. 

      The State Department didn't quickly react to demands for input. 

      South Korean Unification Minister Kim Yeon-chul, who directs commitment with Pyongyang, said it was conceivable Kim was missing as a precautionary measure over the coronavirus pandemic, taking into account the severe advances taken to take off an episode in the nation. 

      Harry Kazianis, ranking executive of Korean investigations at the Center for the National Interest think tank in Washington, said this despite everything could be the situation. 

      "The most probable clarification for Kim's nonappearance is with North Korea proclaiming the coronavirus pandemic an existential risk ... he in all probability was finding a way to guarantee his wellbeing or may have been affected somehow or another by and by the infection," Kazianis said after the KCNA report. 

      In his appearance at the manure industrial facility, Kim communicated fulfillment about the creation framework and said the plant gained a critical commitment to the ground of the nation's synthetic industry and nourishment creation, KCNA said.
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