- This state allowed schools to increase tuition fees every year, parents were against
- ‘We both Punjabis, food and dress are also the same choice…’ Virat Kohli wished Yuvraj a birthday
- Battle with hunger in Bundelkhand: Thirst is not quenched by the river, but does the search for ‘loaves’, know their helplessness…
- CM Yogi said – Scriptures say that giving bread to the hungry is a great virtue, there were deaths in previous governments
- Udaipur-Kolkata Flight: Kolkata reached in just two and a half hours, direct flight started, check schedule
This state allowed schools to increase tuition fees every year, parents were against
Haryana Parent Ekta Manch alleged that the government’s decision is completely in the interest of the schools. Due to this, statutory recognition is being given to the loot and arbitrariness of private schools. This will further increase the commercialization of education. At the same time, more financial and mental abuse of parents will increase.
Faridabad. The Haryana Government has recently amended the Education Rules, 2003, giving statutory permission to private schools to increase the tuition fee by 8 to 10 percent every year. Apart from this, fees have also been allowed to be collected in other funds. Parents are now opposing this decision of the government. Haryana Parent Ekta Manch has alleged that the government has made these rules under pressure from the strong lobby of private schools and the parents strongly oppose these rules.
The forum, which is preparing to protest the rules, said that a meeting of the state executive has been called to decide the further strategy against the new laws and has asked the parent organizations of all the districts to submit their proposal against the new rules made. Pass it and send it to the Chief Minister Education Minister immediately. State President of Manch Advocate OP Sharma and State General Secretary Kailash Sharma alleged that the decision of the government is completely in the interest of the schools. Due to this, statutory recognition is being given to the loot and arbitrariness of private schools. This will further increase the commercialization of education. At the same time, more financial and mental abuse of parents will increase.
Whereas Manch State Patron Subhash Lamba said that school managers already have a large amount of surplus and reserve funds. If their accounts of the last 10 years are examined and audited by the CAG, then more surplus funds will be available and the profit money they have transferred elsewhere and the disturbances in the accounts will also be known. Advocate BS Birdi, District President of All India Parents Association, IPA, said that they have obtained balance sheet and Form 6 copy of more than 100 private schools of Faridabad and Gurugram through RTI, study of which revealed that the schools had earlier Since then, there is a large number of reserve and surplus funds. All schools are in profit. Many extravagant items like legal, packing, advertisement, entertainment, tour and travel, annual festival, annual day, donation, Lakhs of rupees have been shown in many other illegal items like buying land in the name of the school. Even after this, the income and expenses have been equalized by showing the crores of rupees left as profit in the column of other expenses.
The forum says that if illegal expenses are removed, then the profit money will increase even more. The Forum has written several letters to the Chief Minister, Education Minister, Additional Chief Secretary Education, demanding that the accounts of the schools be audited and audited by the CAG, but the government did not accept this demand of the forum and on the contrary, increasing the fees of the school people every year, on all the items. The demand for collecting fees has been accepted by making new rules. This has angered the parents a lot. The government should immediately withdraw the newly enacted laws and order the audit and scrutiny of the accounts of the schools by the CAG. Otherwise, all the parents will take to the streets and protest.
‘We both Punjabis, food and dress are also the same choice…’ Virat Kohli wished Yuvraj a birthday
Virat Kohli shared a video message and wished Yuvraj Singh on his 40th birthday. He told that he and Yuvraj used to like the same food and the choice about dress and shoes was also the same. Virat said that he and Yuvraj used to like Punjabi songs, because both are Punjabi.
New Delhi. Yuvraj Singh , one of India’s finest all-rounders, is celebrating his 40th birthday on 12 December 2021. On this occasion, there was a long list of people congratulating him on social media, including Indian Test captain Virat Kohli . Virat shared a video message in which he was seen remembering old moments with Yuvraj. Virat and Yuvraj have also played together for the Indian team.
on your Instagram story Virat Kohli shared a video which has also gone viral. In this video clip, Virat recalled how since his U-19 cricket days Yuvraj Singh Having a good time with He also told how Yuvraj welcomed Virat to the senior team as well. Kohli told that being a Punjabi, he and Yuvraj had similar preferences in different things.
Virat said in this video message, ‘I came after winning the Under-19 World Cup. He (Yuvraj) welcomed me very well, also gave me rest. Started joking with me and we used to like the same food. We both are Punjabi, love Punjabi music, wear nice clothes, shoes (smiles). We had the same choice for many years in all these types of things. We used to go out and obviously do a lot of shopping. Our preferences were quite similar.
Recalling an old anecdote, Virat told how Yuvi came to him at 3.30 in the morning and said that from Dambulla to Colombo on a bicycle. They all fell on the floor laughing remembering this. Given that he had to play the match after the next 2 days. Yuvraj Singh retired from international cricket in 2019.
Battle with hunger in Bundelkhand: Thirst is not quenched by the river, but does the search for ‘loaves’, know their helplessness…
Picture of hunger poverty in Bundelkhand: In Jhansi’s Pahuj river, which was adopted by the then Jalshakti minister of the central government, Uma Bharti, poor women are seen searching for coins to arrange bread for June 2. Here Jamuna, a widowed woman who is scouring the soil of the river in search of coins, describes the difficulties of life considering it as part of her livelihood. At present it is not the only river. From Betwa of Bundelkhand to Ken and Mandakini, such pictures of Gurbat are seen.
Jhansi. If you want to see what is the compulsion of hunger, then go to the banks of the rivers. Here many people will be found searching for coins by filtering the soil of the surface of the submerged rivers. In the Pahuj river which was adopted by the then Jal Shakti Minister of the Central Government, Uma Bharti, poor women are seen searching for coins to arrange bread for June 2. This is not the only river, where such pictures are seen. These pictures of Gurbat are visible from Betwa of Bundelkhand to Ken and Mandakini.
Pahuj river was adopted by Jhansi MP and Union Minister Uma Bharti in the year 2014. The religious faith of the people of Bundelkhand is attached to the Pahuj river. In this river, people also offer coins along with flowers seeking their wishes. This is the reason that in the midst of economic troubles, people are seen descending into the rivers and filtering the soil there. In the Pahuj river of Jhansi, one such woman was looking for those coins by descending into the river to feed her.
This woman was accompanied by her daughter, who was seen collecting junk from the garbage dumps nearby. A woman collecting coins in the river gives her name as Jamuna. Jamuna says that her husband has died. She lives in Jhansi for many years. Women are facing the brunt of poverty.
No money, no wages, what to do?
The widowed woman, Jamuna, sifting through the surface waters of the river Pahuj, says, what to do..? Wages are not easily available. Here no one pays attention to the poor like him. Because of which she does what she understands. I come here with my daughter. I chug coins in water. I also collect junk. It is difficult to raise around 50-60 rupees after a whole day’s struggle. The family is growing up like this.
This picture of looking for coins in rivers is common
This view is seen in almost all the rivers of Bundelkhand. Those rivers which are connected to the population or if there has been traffic from there, then people keep making offerings in their faith towards the river. In Jhansi, people have deep faith in rivers like Betwa, Pahuj, Ken and Mandikini. Here, there is a practice of offering worship, immersion and offerings. This is also the hope of bread for some poor families.
Pahuj is shrinking due to illegal occupations
It was adopted by Jhansi MP and Union Minister Uma Bharti in the year 2014 to save the dying existence of Pahuj river. The people of Bundelkhand have religious faith towards it. Despite this, the dirty water of the whole city is discharged in this river. The administration is careless about its conservation, due to which illegal colonies are being built on the banks of Pahuj river in Jhansi. Even in the submerged area of the river, people are encroaching and constructing houses, which are proving to be completely unsuccessful in stopping the Irrigation Department, Municipal Corporation, District Administration and Jhansi Development Authority.
CM Yogi said – Scriptures say that giving bread to the hungry is a great virtue, there were deaths in previous governments
Yogi Government News: CM Yogi said that earlier there was a lot of food grain scam in the state. Hundreds of people died of hunger during the tenure of the previous government, but the government remained under pressure from the mafia. Everyone should get the benefit of double food grains of the government of double engine, that is why it has been decided to go ahead with the distribution scheme till Holi. The Chief Minister said that we have started free food grains distribution program under the National Food Security Act. 15 crore people in Uttar Pradesh will benefit from this scheme.
Lucknow. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has launched the Free Ration Distribution Program in the capital Lucknow on Sunday. On this occasion, CM Yogi said that our scriptures also say that if we give bread to the hungry and give it to the government scheme, then there is more great merit. The Chief Minister thanked PM Narendra Modi for launching it. On this occasion, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath provided ration to ten people. He said that the free ration that we are giving to the poor today was there even earlier in the state. Before 2017, the same food grains used to go to the mafia and they used to sell it, while the poor used to stare.
The food grains of his entitlement used to go to another country. CM Yogi said that earlier there was a lot of food grains scam in the state. tenure of previous government Hundreds of people died of hunger in the state, but the government remained under pressure from the mafia. Everyone should get the benefit of double food grains of the government of double engine, that is why it has been decided to go ahead with the distribution scheme till Holi. The Chief Minister said that we have started free food grains distribution program under the National Food Security Act. 15 crore people in Uttar Pradesh will benefit from this scheme.
The Uttar Pradesh government has also distributed free food grains for a period of three months. He said that after the second wave of corona virus infection in 2021, we gave free food grains under this scheme for about seven months from Ramnavami to Diwali. After that we have extended it till Holi. People can take food grains twice a month from Diwali to Holi. Pulses, edible oil and salt are also being given free of cost from ration shops. Let us inform that the state government helped the poor and destitute people even during the Corona period. A great work has been done to take the ration distribution campaign to every poor through 80 thousand kotedars.
Udaipur-Kolkata Flight: Kolkata reached in just two and a half hours, direct flight started, check schedule
Rajasthan News: Travelers from Rajasthan will be able to easily travel up to Kolkata (Udaipur-Kolkata Direct Flight). On Saturday, the new direct between Udaipur and Kolkata has started from Saturday. The journey from Udaipur to Kolkata will now be completed in just two and a half hours. Air connectivity between Rajasthan and North East will increase with the start of flight service.
Udaipur. There is good news for the air travelers of Udaipur district of Rajasthan. Udaipur is now connected with another big city. On Saturday, a new flight started between Udaipur and Kolkata. Passengers will get the facility of direct flight between the two cities. The journey from Udaipur to Kolkata will now be completed in just two and a half hours. According to the information, direct air connectivity has been received between Udaipur and Kolkata for the first time. Because of this, water salute has also been given to the flight at Udaipur airport.
Air connectivity between Rajasthan and North East will increase with the start of flight service between Udaipur and Kolkata. Airport officials say that with the start of a direct flight from Udaipur to Kolkata, passengers will be able to travel easily in the surrounding areas including Assam, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Manipur.
Check flight schedule
According to the information received, this flight will be available daily between Udaipur and Kolkata. This Indigo flight will take off from Kolkata at 8.25 am and reach Udaipur at 10.50 am. Then from here at 11.20 the flight will take off for Kolkata and at 1.45 pmKolkataWill arrive. In such a situation, passengers will be able to travel from Udaipur to Kolkata in about two and a half hours.
Direct flight between Jaipur and Bhubaneswar
Direct flights also started between Jaipur and Bhubaneswar. Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia flagged off the first direct flight. The new flight will provide direct air connectivity between Bhubaneswar and Jaipur to the people of Bhubaneswar and its adjoining areas. Direct flights will provide tourists/passengers many options for air travel, which will increase the tourism potential and also boost the economic activities of the region.
On this occasion, Minister Scindia said that Bhubaneswar is a city of temples. It is the religious center of Hindu, Buddhist and Jain communities. Apart from being a religious centre, the city has been named in the list of smart cities in the country. Bhubaneswar is one of the major IT and education hubs of the country. At present, Bhubaneswar is connected to 19 cities through the movement of 38 aircraft.