This e-payment module will cut delays and bring transparency in the system which is meant for collecting fund from user agencies which diver forest land for non-forest purpose.
Among other things, the report suggested for inclusion of a new Article 24A in the Constitution to ensure that the child’s right to basic care and assistance becomes an enforceable right.
The selected cities include 13 cities from Uttar Pradesh, 12 from Tamil Nadu, 10 from Maharashtra, 7 from Madhya Pradesh, 3 each from Bihar and Andhra Pradesh.
The agreement will come into force on the 30th day after the exchange of instrument of Ratification.
The Union Cabinet approved the amendments in respect of two States Gujarat and Uttarakhand for making suitable amendments in the Central List of OBCs.
The Government of India has decided to amend the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 by introducing the Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Bill, 2015 in the Parliament.
As per the Census 2011, the Total Population in 2011 was 121.09 crores.
Under the initiative people will be able to consult doctors through video link and also order generic drugs.
It was agreed that the NITI Aayog Vice-Chairperson will appoint a committee of experts to prepare a model land leasing law that the states can adopt to suit their local needs.
The guidelines were issued after the approval by the Appointments Committee of Cabinet (ACC) for selection of MDs & CEOs in Public Sector Banks (PSBs) other than five large Public Sector Banks.
It is the first portal of its kind that provides single window for students to access information and make application for educational loans provided by banks as well as for government scholarships.
The MoU will help deepen the existing partnership between India and Australia in higher education and research, including technical and professional education, schools, vocational education.
This will help the Union territory to generate additional gross revenue and net tax generation that is estimated to be 120 crore rupees and seven crore rupees per annum respectively.
The campaign was launched during the celebrations of 69th Independence Day at Red Fort, Delhi. The initiative is aimed at encouraging entrepreneurship among the youth of India.
The MoUs were signed for Cooperation in areas of electricity transmission, energy conservation and promotion of renewable Energy in a time bound manner.
The package will help farmers to be better equipped to deal with challenges posed by delayed and aberrant monsoon, as immediate remedial measures to save standing agricultural crops and perennial orchards in rainfall deficient districts will be initiated.
The MoU will promote bilateral cooperation in the oil and gas sector and secure long term supply of petroleum products to Nepal.
The PSF seeks to support the PEACE track of the US-India Partnership to Advance Clean Energy (PACE).
It is a path breaking step in India’s retail sector for launching Bio-diesel B 5 blend to diesel consumers.
This 510 Km Gauge Conversion project costing about 3600 crore rupees was sanctioned in 2002-03. The project suffered delay mainly due to funds constraint in the past.
The ritual was banned by the court on a Public Interest Litigation filed by human rights activist Nikhil Soni a decade ago, claiming that the ritual is a social evil and should be considered as a suicide.
The programme in its first phase would cover 1000 schools and would be extended to 5000 schools in 2016 and 10000 schools the following year.
For this initiative, the Alumni Association of Rajagiri School of Engineering and Technology in association with the management and students launched a web platform aimed at collecting the details of these family members.
The last date for enrolling under the PMSBY & PMJJBY schemes has been extended till 30 September 2015, and persons enrolling within this period would not be required to submit a certificate of good health for PMJJBY.
The Bill seeks to amend the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881. It will have implications for over 18 lakh cheque bounce cases pending in various courts.
The Bill was introduced in Rajya Sabha on 17 February 2014 and was passed by Rajya Sabha on 6 May 2015. The Bill amends the Delhi High Court Act, 1966.
The decision was taken as government is disappointed and concerned by the action of EU in imposing legally binding ban on the sale of around 700 pharma products clinically tested by GVK Biosciences, Hyderabad.
SAMANVAY was launched with an aim to help MPs in utilising relevant schemes in the planning and implementation of Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY).
The signing of the pact is the end of over 80 rounds of negotiations that spanned 16 years with first breakthrough in 1997 when ceasefire agreement was sealed.
The new Guidelines are intend to provide for more effective regulation for adoption of orphan, abandoned and surrendered children and would bring more transparency and efficiency in the adoption system.