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Whistleblowers Protection Act gets President’s nod

As per the law, a person can make a public interest disclosure on corruption before a competent authority.

Uttarakhand to lift market levy on fruits,vegetables

This means no market levy will be charged on them.

Out of the Bin

Asim Waqif engages with detritus to create site-specific installations where interaction is imperative

Pension bill cleared,NPS to see exponential rise in subscribers

Legal backing likely to boost NPS corpus to $60 bn in one year,$300 bn in 10 years

Cabinet clears Bill to penalise delay in services

There will also be state and central public grievance redressal commissions.

Bill to change 84 Act titles passed in Assembly

The Assembly on Monday passed a Bill to change the titles of certain Acts from Bombay to Maharashtra or Mumbai as per the reference.

Butchers challenge beef ban in HC

The ban on sale,storage and transport of beef or its products in Gujarat has been challenged in the High Court by members of the Quresh community,which claimed the prohibition imposed by law had severely affected their business of selling meat.

State should consider settlement with Tatas,says agriculture minister

Agriculture minister Rabindranath Bhattacharya today said that the government needs to explore all options to resolve the Singur land impasse,including out-of-court settlement with the Tatas.

Over 25,000 docs in state to strike work on June 25

Over 25,000 doctors across Gujarat are expected to strike work on June 25 in protest against the decision of the Central government to pass the National Council for Human Resources in Health (NCHRH) Bill,2011.

BMC begins month-long drive to keep nullahs flowing

Renewing its drive against non-degradable plastic bags,the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) will launch a month-long campaign to curb use of plastic bags not only because they are hazardous to the environment,but mainly because they clog drains and cause flooding in monsoon.

Will talk to Mamata on pension bill: FM

On petrol price,Mukherjee said it was expected to come down since crude price was going down in international market.

Cabinet mothballs pension reforms bill

With key UPA constituent Trinamool opposing pension reform bill,govt deferred legislation.

After flop show,impact fee cut by 90%

In a desperate move to make the controversial Gujarat Unauthorized Development (Regularization) Act,2011,successful,the state government has decided to reduced the “impact fee”to be paid by owners of unauthorised properties to get these regularised almost by 90%,as per changes announced on Friday.

LS clears Bill to protect kids from sexual abuse

“This Bill contains stringent provisions that will deter the offenders of child sexual abuse,” Women and Child Development Minister Krishna Tirath said.

Govt seeks more time for ‘consensus’ on Internet control

The motion was later defeated by a voice vote.