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A medical examination of the woman confirmed rapepolice said An FIR under IPC Sections 506 (criminal intimidation) and 376 (1) (punishment for rape) has been registered against the man A police team each has been sent to Jaipur and Patnathe mans permanent addressto arrest him For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: December 1 2016 1:46 pm Former PM Deve Gowda (File) Top News Former Prime Minister H D Deve Gowda who had implemented a Voluntary Disclosure Scheme (VDS) to unearth black money during his tenure today said the present government had carried out demonetisation in a “haphazard” manner causing “unimaginable sufferings” to the people The JD(S) chief said Prime Minister Narendra Modi should have spoken on demonetisation in Parliament “so that we could reply” WATCH VIDEO:Petrol Pumps Air Ticket Counters Will Not Accept Old Rs 500 Notes After December 2 “The best thing would have been that the Prime Minister should have made a statement in the House on the very first day of the ongoing Winter session” regarding the decision which he had already announced on November 8 when Parliament was not in session Gowda told PTI here “We are not against efforts to curb black money But in my opinion the Prime Minister announced demonetisation without any preparation It was done in a haphazard manner” said the Lok Sabha member who has been waiting to speak on the issue in the House but could not due to its non-functioning Gowda said 22 days have already passed since the announcement was made by Modi in a nationally-televised address but people particularly the farmers and the labourers continue to go through “unimaginable sufferings” Noting that the Prime Minister had asked people to “tolerate” the difficulties for 50 days he questioned “How long does this government want the people to suffer” The senior leader from Karnataka said in his state banks do not have enough cash and they close down as early as noon leaving people high and dry It was a hasty decision by the Prime Minister without proper assessment which has put the country in an awkward situation” he emphasised 83-year-old Gowda who was Prime Minister from June 1996 to April 1997 recalled the VDS implemented by him during his tenure which had unearthed Rs 10000 crore of undisclosed money Referring to the regular alterations being made in the implementation of demonetisation scheme with regard to withdrawal caps and other aspects Gowda asked “How many amendments modifications changes have been made every day Changes are still going on” Finding faults with the government he said it had first introduced gold bonds which “did not yield any results” Then it brought Income Declaration Scheme during which about Rs 65000 crore were disclosed Gowda said even then the government failed to recover the “so-called black money” entirely “Now suddenly another idea flashed the Prime Minister’s mind…Who gave him the advice Did he consult any colleague” he questioned “Now the government has pushed the Income Tax amendment bill also” he added Talking about problems being faced by the people he criticised the cap on withdrawals questioning why should even a salaried person not be able to take out as much money as he requires “I have salaried account but I cannot withdraw money as there is a cap of Rs 24000 on withdrawals per month” he said Turning to Modi’s comment that he wants to unearth black money amassed during last 70 years the former Prime Minister said he was “hurt” by the remark which painted all former governments negatively “Who created this black money Are we all included Is Atal Bihari Vajpayee also included Are we all responsible for this creation of black money This remark hurt me” he said He said the Prime Minister should not have made a general remark against all those who have run the country with regard to black money generation On Modi’s campaign to make India a cashless society Gowda said “I don’t know whether the dream of the PM will come true” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Debabrata Mohanty | Bhubaneswar | Updated: November 2 2015 4:45 am Of these sources said the Chief Minister wanted priority to be given to the health sector and directed officials to ensure postings for assistant surgeons at government facilities in Nabarangpur for fixed tenures (Source: express file photo) Related News Stressing that he did not want a “zero district” in Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has urged state officials to implement a development plan for Nabarangpur — from filling administrative vacancies ensuring rural electrification and appointing government doctors with fixed tenures to launching a maize mission for farmers In a clear reference to District Zero the title of the year-long assignment by The Indian Express on India’s poorest district Patnaik told officials during a video-conference on October 14: “None of our districts should be a zero district at the national level This has to be followed up very seriously” District Zero According to official sources the issues covered in the meeting included health irrigation agriculture fisheries rural electrification education reorganisation of gram panchayats and a communication strategy Of these sources said the Chief Minister wanted priority to be given to the health sector and directed officials to ensure postings for assistant surgeons at government facilities in Nabarangpur for fixed tenures According to sources Patnaik said: “If any policy change is required let us… do it I want this done before next month’s meeting” The Chief Minister also said he was “very concerned about poor electrification” in Nabarangpur’s villages and told officials that the government has “to run the extra mile to improve this” sources said Last month Patnaik had assigned three additional chief secretary-rank officers to focus on developmental work in backward districts including Nabarangpur When contacted additional chief secretary of finance R Balakrishnan who has been tasked with the development of Nabarangpur told The Indian Express that while some steps have been taken “it would take some time before we start seeing the results on ground” While launching the assignment on August 15 The Indian Express had reported on how Nabarangpur is placed at the bottom on key indicators: a literacy rate of 4643 per cent (the national average is 7404 per cent); approximately one government doctor for 27000 people; and 1667 hamlets without electricity (only 126 per cent households use electricity as the source of lighting against the national average of 672 per cent) Besides the area under maize cultivation has come down from 225 lakh acres in 2006-07 to 38521 acres in 2015-16 owing to rising input costs and lack of assured procurement MISSION NABARANGPUR Following are the list of reforms for Nabarangpur discussed during a review meeting chaired by Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik: ADMINISTRATION * Proposal to create a new revenue sub-division with headquarters in Umerkote * Proposal by district collector to create 21 new gram panchayats to effectively monitor and administer various programmes * Filling up more than 60 district-level vacancies ranging from deputy collector to assistant fisheries officer possibly for fixed tenures AGRICULTURE * Maize mission to improve productivity add value and link markets * Action plan for promoting farmer-producer organisations storage infrastructure and primary processing involving government departments banks private sectors and research institutes * Remove checkgates operated by Regulated Market Committees to prevent “extortion” by taxing small farmers instead of focusing on large-scale traders EDUCATION * Vacancies of siksha sahayaks (teaching assistants) in primary education to be addressed on priority ELECTRIFICATION * Strategy for complete electrification under various central and state plans HEALTHCARE * Short-tenure rotation posting for specialist doctors at the district headquarters and community health centres through a six-month mechanism * Flexible and location-specific incentive allowance and comprehensive HR policy for doctors IRRIGATION & FISHERIES * Plan to bring more areas under irrigation by providing at least 35 per cent coverage to all blocks with definite timelines and accountability * Energise 839 borewells before March 31 2016 * Plan to increase area for inland fishery as Nabarangpur has “good potential” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: ANI | New Delhi | Published: July 1 2016 2:33 pm Member of India’s LGBT (Lesbians Gays Bisexuals Transgenders) community shout slogans during a parade in Gurgaon on the outskirts of New Delhi India Saturday June 25 2016 (AP Photo) Top News The Rashtriya Janata Dal on Friday criticised the NDA government’s move to abstain from voting in the UN Human Rights Council to appoint an independent investigator to help protect the rights of homosexuals and transgenders worldwide saying that it would send a ‘negative’ message from India on a ‘progressive issue’ “This is very unfortunate and saddening We have accomplished so much in the area of LGBT rights and there is also a consensus on it By abstaining we are sending across a very negative message on a progressive issue There is no way you can remain indifferent towards these issues” RJD spokesperson Manoj Jha told ANI Earlier the LGBT community members had expressed disappointment over the government’s move and demanded Prime Minister Narendra Modi to break his silence and speak about “inclusive society” Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Throwing light on the fact that the Private Member Bill brought by Congress leader Shashi Tharoor was unanimously rejected by the Parliament Transgender activist Akkai Padmashali said it reflected ‘intolerance’ on the government’s part After a heated debate lasting almost four hours the 47-member state forum overcame strong objections by Saudi Arabia and Muslim countries to adopt a Western-backed resolution by a vote of 23 states in favour and 18 against with six abstentions The United States and major European countries backed the resolution while China Russia and 16 African and predominantly Muslim states rejected it India South Africa and the Philippines were among the abstainers For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top Newsbefore shifting to Gurgaon in search of another job. student and an undergraduate, The tweet says.

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