Sunday, January 29, 2023

PM interacts with members of Self Help Groups across the country throu...

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, todayinteractedwith themembers of Self Help Groups from across the country and beneficiaries of Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana, through video bridge. The interaction covered over one crore women representing various Self Help Groups. This is the ninth interaction in the series by the Prime Minister through video ...

Living just three contrary days – 45 Days of Life And, then, discuss t...

By Rohit Prajapati, environmental activist  Only for three days live a woman's life from dawn to dusk Only for three days be a Dalit and move around, living near a temple Only for three days be a tribal and living their life in a remote village. Only for three days be a urban or rural displaced and doing the rounds of government offices Only for ...

Repeal of Draft Enactment of Formation of Higher Education Commission

PUCL, Gujarat wrote a letter on 13-07-18 to Prakash Javadekar, Minister for, H.R.D. Department, Govt. of India, New Delhi. For repeal of Draft Enactment of Formation of Higher Education Commission. Does the Govt. intend to enslave the professors? Autonomy of the colleges and universities will be endangered because of the new Act. New Commi...

Has SSNNL ever advised Gujarat govt not to invite water-intensive indu...

By Sagar Rabari Sardar Sarovar Narmada Nigam Ltd (SSNNL), the Gujarat government special purpose vehicle (SPV) responsible for implementing the mega Narmada project in the state, is known to have advised farmers not to grow water-intensive crops. Farmers have reason to wonder: Has SSNNL ever given a similar advise to its political boss...

Bullet train “not feasible”: To cost whopping Rs 212 crore...

Rohit Prajapati and Krishnakant* Let us make this clear atthe very outset: We are supporters of the public train transport system. Our objection to the Bullet Train project is not an objection against 'train' but we are against the bullet, which is symbol of violence. The Bullet Train's bullet is targeting fertile land...

India’s “smart” city proposals consider migrant, uns...

By Rajiv Shah A new study of by well-known Delhi-based civil rights body, Housing and Land Rights Network (HLRN), has said that only 8% of India’s total population or 22 per cent of its urban population is likely to benefit from the Government of India’s Smart Cities Mission (SMC) project, which has been initiated in 99 cities from w...