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Scindia handed over appointment letters to appointees at the Rozgar Mela event, in Bhopal today 75,000 youth across the country were provided jobs in various departments and ministries of the central government Rozgar mela is a step towards fulfilling the continuous commitment of the PM to providing job opportunities for the youth and ensuring the welfare of citizens
As per the draft norms, the responsibility of identifying suitable lenders for issuing initial public offering (IPO) has been left with the respective sponsor banks. RRBs, which play an important role in agriculture credit, are sponsored by Public Sector Banks (PSBs). Currently, the Centre holds 50 per cent in RRBs, while 35 per cent and 15 per cent are with the concerned sponsor banks and state governments, respectively.
A bench of Justices DY Chandrachud, AS Bopanna, and JB Pardiwala told Additional Solicitor General KM Nataraj, appearing for the Centre, "There are a lot of young couples waiting to adopt the child but the process is so tedious that it takes three to four years to get a single child to be adopted through the CARA.
At present, three issues are being discussed the most in our country. The first issue is the insult of the Prophet Mohammad Sahab. The second issue is the comment made by the Supreme Court on Nupur Sharma. The third issue is the documentary made by Leena Mani-Meklai in which the Hindu goddess Kali is insulted. The one common factor in all these issues is religion. The question is when hundreds of people die due to floods, why doesn't it bother anyone?
The Congress party expressed condolences to Gyanagoudar's family and friends. It also urged the government to expedite the evacuation of Indians stranded in war-torn Ukraine. Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra too condoled the death of the student and asked the government to bring back the Indians stranded in Ukraine as soon as possible.
The $115 million (Rs 869 crore) loan has a maturity of 15 years, including a grace period of 4.5 years, the Finance Ministry said. The Government of India has announced a plan to restore 26 million hectares of degraded land by 2030 and double farmers` income by 2023. It will also help the participating and other states to adopt new approaches to watershed development," the Finance Ministry said in a statement.