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want fo be start th Page 1: July 30 NRC list only a draft: Rainath (GSM 2- Polity & governance) Home Minister said that the National Register of Citizens (NRC) for Assam, to be published on July 30, was only a "draft" list. After the publication of the draft, adequate opportunity for claims and objections will be available. All claims and objections will be duly examined Adequate opportunity of being heard will be given before disposal of claims and objections. tvOnly thereafter will the final NRC be published Under the Citizenship Rules, any person, who is not satisfied with the outcome of claims, can appeal in the Foreigner's Tribunal. So, there was no question of putting anyone in detention centres His statement comes amid apprehensions expressed by several groups that the NRC was being used by the government for "religious polarisation" and several residents would end up in detention centres if their names did not figure in the draft list. . The NRC is being updated in accordance with the Assam Accord signed on August 15, 1985. The entire process is being carried out as per the directions of the Supreme Court which is constantly monitoring the process. As per directions of the Supreme Court, the Registrar General of India (RGI) is to publish the ad final draft list on July 30 to segregate Indian citizens living in Assam from those who had illegally entered the State from Bangladesh after March 25,1971
but th Page 1: CIC Official slams Bill to change RTI (GSM 2-Polity and governance) A voice of dissent has emerged from within the Central Information Commission (CIC) against the proposed changes in the RTI Act, which many argue would "weaken information commissions, with a Commissioner urging the panel to write to the ph government for withdrawing the controversial amendment Bill. e rev A letter from the CIC says that the proposed Bill intends to defeat the very purpose of the RTI Act 2005, besides being an affront to federalism enshrined as a basic feature of the Constitution. A call on his demand is yet to be taken by the Commissioners. cause ferent pu kand stay
want fo be start but th Page 5: For third time, Kerala tops list of best governed States (GSM 2: Polity and overnance Public Affairs Index 2018 is an index on the quality of governance, released by Bengaluru based think tank Public Affairs Centre. It is based on 10 themes, 30 focus subjects and 100 indicators. The Centre added a new chapter in the index this year, Children of India, which included rev themes such as early childhood development, education, adolescence, protection, institutional structure and governance. Rankings cause ferent V Kerala topped the index, for the third time, for being the best governed large State in the country pu V Tamil Nadu and Telangana stood second and third respectively kand stay Karnataka retained its fourth spot. Karnataka was ranked third in 2016.
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want fo be start but th Page 2: Jagannath's return car festival held in Puri (GSM 1-Art and Culture) Lord Jagannath's 'Bahuda Yatra' -- the return car festival was held in Puri The three deities - Lord Jagannath, his elder brother Lord Balabhadra and their sister Devi Subhadra -- ended their annual nine-day sojourn to Sri Gundicha Temple, their birth place, tand returned to Sreemandir or Shri Jagannath Temple on three majestic wooden chariots during the 'Bahuda Yatra' The deities were taken to their chariots for the return journey in an elaborate ritual called 'Pahandi' to the beating of gongs, cymbals and blowing of conch shells. Lord Jagannath was ensconced in the largest of the three chariots - the 45-foot-high Nandighosh', Balabhadra in 44-foot-high 'Taladhwaja' and Subhadra in 43-foot-high Darpadalan The Chhera Pahanra' ritual was also performed by the King of Puri. He offered prayers to the deities and then swept the platforms of the chariots with a golden broom and sprinkled flowers and fragrant water. The deities, would finally re-enter the 12th century shrine and again be placed on the 'Ratna Simhasana', the bejewelled throne, following a ceremony called 'Neeladribije' ink h cause t ferent kand stay Ahead of 'Neeladribije', the deities would be decorated with 'suna besha' or golden attire, on their chariots, which attracts a large number of devotees.
want fo be start but th Page 2: Forest Dept.'s decision to trim trees violates its own guidelines The State Forest Department's decision to carry out trimming of trees in a sprawling area of about 55,000 square metres in Darjeeling district in alleged violation of the guidelines and Supreme Court order has generated concern within the Department. A letter issued by the Divisional Forest Officer (DFO) of Silviculture (Hills) Division in y has eDarjeeling noted that "silviculture thinning" is "being undertaken by the Research Division". Silviculture is done in a plantation to ensure growth of trees but the rules are being violated. The official also pointed out that the thinning or trimming of trees in the Kurseong Forest ferent Division was not conducted in the scheduled time -- when the trees were 30-year-old --but instead the operations were to be carried out when the trees are about 50 to 51 vears old The commercial thinning/felling of timber stage trees during the 51st year is against the objective of thinning and scientific management of plantation forests in high altitude areasa and the orders passed by the SC regarding silviculture operations. According to the State government's sixth working Plan (Volume II) for the Forest of Kurseong Sub-Division thinning of trees can only be undertaken during the 10th, 15th and 20th year of their lives PLI uy, Ivis that
want to bee starton Page 5: Fear over tourist centre close to Buddhist site th The inauguration earlier this month ofa plaque and the laying of a foundation stone for the construction of a tourist amenities centre close to the second century BCE Buddhist site at Thotlakonda in Visakhapatnam has worried heritage conservationists and members of Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH). The proposed centre includes an amphitheatre, rest rooms and information centre. Experts point out that the buildings will not only mar the original heritage site but are also against norms laid down by the courts. Protected area The Thotlakonda site was first discovered in 1976. In 1978, the A.P. government declared the entire site a protected monument Later, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) demarcated about seven acres consisting of the stupa area as the core area and fenced it. The agency also fenced another 120 acres as protected area. The conservationists contend that the new buildings are not only coming up within the protected 120 acres but just about 40 metres from the core area. ad In 2016, the AP High Court had passed an order prohibiting construction or development activity of any sort within the boundaries of the ancient site of Thotlakonda District Tourism Officer, however, said there had been no violations and the construction activity was being taken up 100 metres from the core area. es that
want fo be start but th Page 10: 'Restrictions on foreign media in J&K not new Rules for foreign journalists to travel to restricted areas are not new and they were reiterated most recently in December 2016 The comment came following media reports that suggested that foreign correspondents were ree finding it difficult to visit Kashmir because of newly introduced "rules" A stern letter from the External Affairs Ministry on May 22 to all foreign media bureaus based in Delhi reminded them of restrictions imposed by the 1958 guidelines for travel of foreigners to parts or all of Manipur, Mizoram, Arunachal Pradesh, Uttaranchal, J&K Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Nagaland and Andaman and Nicobar. The restrictions had been imposed due to violations by the foreign journalists in travelling to restricted/protected areas that require prior permission/special permit. It is understood that the government has been particularly careful about permitting travel to J&K after the publication of the UN's Human Rights Council report in June, the first of its kind, that slammed India over alleged violations in J&K as well as Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, advising India to remember its promises on "self-determination" to the population in Kashmir. ink h cause ferent PLI uy, Ivis kand stay