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Post-GST, calling home Ganesha to cost dearer

Bhopal: House called Ganpatti Bappa can look at our pockets hard this year. Courtesy: GST. The artisans who make ides of Ganesha in claiming the city that the cost of the inputs has increased the application of the tax and, as such, have no choice but to pass the burden to the customers.

The tax on goods and services tax (GST) was launched on July 1 of this year – long before the artisans begin to gather raw materials, including bamboo, wood, mud, paints, fabrics and decorative items , For idols. “There is a general increase in prices every year.

But this year, the prices of all components are much higher. It is no wonder that the final product is more expensive, “said Jitendra Prajapati, an old-town craftsman. Although tradable, as artisans, prices would see an increase of almost 40% this year.

As such, for an idol that was available for 10,000 rupees from last year, customers may have to shell out about Rs 14,000 this year. “The height of these idols varies from one foot to 20 feet.

An idol sold for Rs 3000 to Rs 4000 did not earn us more than Rs 1500. The idols valued above Rs 10,000 Rs 3500 we won, “said the sculptor. However, artisans believe that higher prices can affect their Sales this year.

“With a rise in prices, customers can refrain from buying larger idols. This can affect total sales,” said Arun Prajapati, a Jahangirabad artisan.

The prediction of prajapati echoed the sentiments of the customers. Mohit Sharma Navyuvak Samiti Sudama Nagar said: “The size of the idol depends mainly on the collections we can make.

If the price is at the top, we may have to settle for a minor idol this year. “Another client, Hemant Sen Nehru Nagar, however, is different.

“Idol prices are increasing every year, they should also increase this year,” he said. The 10-day festival will start on August 25th.

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State govt pitches for open prisons

Bhopal: The government of Madhya Pradesh seeking to establish more open prisons in the state over the next year, as they have proved to be reform centers, according to sources.

An open prison is a prison where inmates are trusted to serve their sentence with minimal surveillance and perimeter security and are not locked up in prison cells. They are also allowed to live with their families and move into prison facilities for work.

“We realized that a person does not choose illegal activities after leaving an open prison,” said one official. So far, the state has a single open to Hoshangabad jail.

Another Satna prison must be presented within a year, and a proposal to create an open prison in Ujjain is under preparation.

Maharashtra and Rajasthan have a number of open regime and Madhya Pradesh study their model to present the same in the state.

A member of the team could soon visit these states, an official said, adding that it is economically viable.

In general, those sentenced who have one or two years of sentencing or finished the third quarter of the 10-year sentence were transferred to an open prison to help them pass the final stage of their punishment with their families.

It also helps them rehabilitate after long years in prison. The general director of the prison (CEO) said Sanjay Choudhary in open regime is still a convicted with his family and understands the importance of family life.

“The prisoner is also beginning to win. Because of these factors, it is believed that a person will not resort to crime after being released from prison,” he said.

Authorities said there was no eligibility criteria for the selection. A prisoner who has served more than 10 years in prison with good behavior transferred to an open prison is considered.

With a capacity of 25 inmates, Hoshangabad Prison, founded in 2010, is flooded with candidates who request a transfer to an open prison. Prison authorities still have about 50 applications for executions throughout the state.

According to the authorities, the unique concept of open prison allows detainees to live in a “canton” where they can move freely.

The prisoners are apartments type I – they have two bedrooms, a kitchen, bathrooms, kitchen gas, utensils, among other things. Prison Hoshangabad even has a playground and a garden.

Open prisons are likely to be established in other cities in the state including Bhopal and Indore, according to authorities.

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MP local body poll results: Ab tak 26 for BJP, Congress increases tally

BHOPAL: BJP has retained 26 seats in municipal and local elections, the results of which were announced on Wednesday. The congress won 14, increasing its score, but at the price of the independents rather than the ruling party. Three entered the independents.

The score is crucial, in the wake of farmers’ turmoil and the deaths of five farmers in the police, less than eight weeks before the elections. While BJP came out unscathed, Congress seemed enthusiastic about its gain in seats, although it lost Dabra, in the district of Jyotiraditya Scindia, by an enormous 10,000 votes.

In an interview with YOU, when the count was over, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said confidently that BJP would win 26. “I will not update yet, but we will keep 26 seats,” he said. “He said, excluding the possibility for farmers’ agitation having an impact on the polls.

“There is no impact of the agitation of the farmers because it was led by a handful of congress workers who tried to spread the troubles,” said Chouhan. In the 2012 election, where 37 seats were to be won, BJP had won 25, six with six candidates for Congress and independent candidates, said the State Election Commission.

The vote was high in a number of seats due to the right of recall in the Gadarwara and Shamshabad by-elections. It is a process whereby the majority of companies can address a collector without motion of confidence to the current chairman of a board.

Initially, recall rights were proposed in four districts – Kurawar, Shamshabad, Sabalgarh and Gadarwara and by elections. But the elections in Kurawar and Sabalgarh were suspended and refused by the court when the vote was held at the other two places.

Congress retained the four. “BJP retained 25 seats despite the fact that the Electoral Commission postponed the vote in Barwani and Dhar due to difficulties in submerged areas of the Sardar Sarovar dam and the agitation of certain groups.” BJP seized more seats than In previous elections “.

Excited by the results, Congress described it as “a sign of change in the state”. Congress spokesman K K Mishra stressed that not only the number of congresses has increased, but in at least four seats, the margin between BJP and Congress was only a few hundred votes.

“The administration worked in favor of BJP, because of which the candidates in Congress lost,” he said. BJP won Shahdol and Dindori while Jhabua, Alirajpur and Mandla went to Congress.

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Wasn’t even a sarpanch when I was made CM: Shivraj Singh Chouhan

Bhopal: In a candid admission on the eve of the visit of the national president Amit Shah Wednesday, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan told TOI that he was ready to fulfill any responsibility given by his party, remembering the BJP high command had made head of government Despite knowing that he had no administrative experience.

In an exclusive interview with TOI, he said: “Mein BHI kabhi nahin a raha sarpanch (I have never been a sarpanch) I never thought I would become a head of government one day I was .. suddenly questioned at the board meeting Parliamentary one day to take responsibility.It raised a lot of eyebrows.But once I arrived, there was no turning back.

Chouhan, who is the chief minister of Madhya Pradesh longer said that his only goal was to improve the lives of others. “After becoming the prime minister, my only goal was to help those in need and to focus on state growth, which has been achieved largely through the implementation of programs such as Ladli Lakshmi, Kanya Vivah and Medhavi Chhatra” , I was told. Whatever the responsibilities of his party, he has fulfilled expectations, he added.

While awaiting the visit of party leader Amit Shah, as part of the energy before the 2018 Assembly elections, he said: “He turned out to be an excellent leader. Under his leadership, the party has become the most “Shah has been in the state four to five times, but this is the first time he will stay for three days, he said, adding: We all hope to visit. ”

Asked about the fact that the agitation of farmers will have an impact on the polls of the meeting, he said. “Without exception, Ratlam and Mandsaur, violence does not spread to other parties, including Bundelkhand, Chambal and Gwalior Mahakoshal.” A handful of Congressional workers tried to take advantage of the situation, but failed, and we have taken steps to mitigate the problems of farmers We buy onions and even pulses and soybeans.We will continue to guarantee farmers a fair price for their products.

“The death of the farmers (in police murders in Mandsaur) hurt me,” he said. “Dard Toh chest hua”. In his first entry, which has given the order to neutralize the feared dacoit Lalit Patel, Chouhan said: “He had burned three living men I said, it is me or he will not be .. there are no thieves in Madhya Pradesh. Put an end to his regime of terror and the police shot him. “Nothing is lost when a criminal is killed. But the death of the farmers hurt me. The government of the Deputies has always been at the forefront of the welfare of farmers. ”

Chouhan said his government has launched an application – the only one of its kind in India – allowing farmers. “With the Girdavari implementation, farmers will be able to check and verify the amount of crops saved by patwari, only then they will be recorded in the land records, which will lead to transparency,” he said.

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The Chief’s Strategy

In India, as part of the first-step electoral system, electoral strategies often take a perverse form and end with the fragmentation of society. Lately, some professional bodies have emerged, which have data already made in the caste lines and facilitate an easy operation of the fragmentation of society by the politics of the bank of votes.

In this context, when BJP President Amit Shah uses a unifying strategy, while providing visible representation for all major sectors of society, in the selection of candidates for the Lok Sabha elections in UP in 2014 and , Again, to Vidhan Sabha in 2017, who doubt Many wondered if it was going to work.

But Shah had the last word. The BJP played at home with a resounding victory in both elections, which justifies the vibro Shah strategy. Today, there is no denying that the shrewd manipulation Shah this strategy has led the BJP to become a meeting point for all non-Yadav OBC communities. He gave the party an insurmountable advantage in the UP.

Shah created a large amount of registration in Gujarat, winning almost every assembly election with a record margin. He has a penchant for setting goals that may seem implausible to some, but motivation for many others. This led his colleagues to “think big” and try to achieve the goal.

Struggle to win was the Shah’s mantra. It is known to take the elections seriously. He likes to take on difficult challenges. As Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is not resting, and also refused to rest the other.

In UP, before the elections of Lok Sabha in 2014, he had traveled in almost all areas of Tehsil, staying in government retirement homes. When executives see their fight against the leader of all seriousness and sincere sincerity, also refrain from avoiding responsibility.

It is more than convinced that whatever the role of popular perception of winning elections, there is no alternative to strengthening cabin-cab units. The great victories of the BJP in the UP in 2014 and 2017 are credited to the Sha of emphasizing the establishment of a committee of 21 members in almost every stand.

He made sure that the cabin committees remain active throughout the year. In fact, the party has ordered that at least six of the major celebrations are held programs of each post, and in the process, guaranteed a live match organization in the Underlying.

This has also made the choice more centered karyakarta and proportionately less dependent satraps. If the choice Amitbhai literally burning the eyelashes. A tab is maintained in each department.

Evening meetings to discuss the situation on land and tomorrow assessments are the routine media during the election campaign. Alert to the gradual deployment of the situation on the ground, Shah believes in a strategy meeting to gather.

Each rally has a personalized message and the relevant points where the rally is held. What is remarkable is their understanding of the strengths and limitations of the media and advertising. He is known for his skill in selecting the right media for the right message.


Yogi Adityanath: If I cannot stop namaz on road, I have no right to stop Janmashtami at thana

The chief minister of Uttar Pradesh said on Wednesday Yogi Adityanath that if he could not stop namaz on the roads during the Eid, he has no right to stop holding Janmashtami in the police stations. “Agar may sadak ke din by Eid padhne namaz PE rok nahi koi mujhe laga sakta to Adhikar nahi ki mein May Thano Janmashtami Par po ke ko rokun … nahi koi Adhikar,” he said.

He said that when agents have marked the use of microphones, DJs and music equipment during the recent Yatra kanwar (the annual pilgrimage dedicated Shiv), he told them to make sure that microphones are banned everywhere and does not emit any sound from any Cult place. He said he asked the administration if such a ban could be applied and if this was not possible then the Yatra would continue as usual.

(“Maine is prashasan kaha ke jo … Sabhi pradeshon Adhikari Aaye stroll … Maine kaha ki ek mera Saamne Aadesh paarit kariye ke ke Phir liye jagah Har microphone partibandhit Honi Chahiye … Har jagah prohibition Karo aur yeh … Ki kisi BHI tay kariye dharmsthal mein Bahar Ke … Uski prizes, uski Awaaz INAA hi nahi Chahiye … kya kar isko laagu payenge? … Agar nahin kar laagu sakte hain a Phir BHI buzz isko laagu nahi perfect Denge .. Yatra chalegi

In his speech at an event organized by Prerna Jansanchar Evam Shidh Sansthan, Lucknow and Noida Jansanchar Patrakarita Sansthan Evam – RSS Sah-Sarkaryavah Dattatreya Hosabale was also present – the head of government said that officers who reported on kanwar yatra told him that the use Of the use of microphones, DJs and stereo equipment are not allowed.

“Maine kaha Ki Hai ye kanwar Yatra Yatra is shav? Arrey … woh kanwar Yatra mein nahin bajenge Baaje, damru nahin bajega, dhol bajega nahin, nahin chimte bajenge, log-nachenge gayenge nahin, microphone bajega nahi to Woh Yatra Yatra kanwar Kaise Hogi, “he said.

(I wondered if it was a kanwar Yatra or a funeral procession.If you do not play music and drums, do not dance and do not sing, do not use the microphone How will a kanwar yatra) Citizen RSS ideologist Deendayal Upadhyaya, Yogi Adityanath said no one Must be concerned about the celebration of Ganesh Utsav in every town and city.

It was said that everyone had the freedom to hold festivals in the country. “Um … Aap kahenge sabke liye BHI manaiye Christmas … kaun raha rok Hai … Bharat ke walk kabhi nahi roka gaya … Aap BHI padhiye namaz, Araam is kanoon padhiye … ke ke me reh kar daayre Padhiye, Koi Nahin … Lekin rokega kanoon ulanghan ka koi Toh Karega US by kahin na kahin Phir takrao paida Hoga … aur ISI liye in muddon prakharta ko ke Saath unhone (Deendayal Upadhyaya) Rakha, “he said.

Those who work to strengthen the country’s cultural unity, he said, are called communal. “Jaise, agar May Kahun ki ‘Garv is Kaho main Hindu Hoon’ dekhiye kahenge ki Toh, sampradayik gaya ho”. (For example, if I say, I am proud to say that I am a Hindu, it will be called communal.)

He said Nepal, Mauritius or any country where there are Hindus of Indian origin, who is proud to be called Hindus. “But if we say the same thing in India, we are called communal,” he said.

The orientation of the former SP government, Yogi Adityanath, said those who called Yaduvanshis banned the Janmashtami celebration at police stations and police lines. He said he was convinced that “prayers and kirtan can make improvements in the police system.”

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Did my duty, punishment in God’s hands, says Karnataka HC judge after he resigns

Judge Jayant M Patel, a Karnataka Supreme Court judge, who resigned after the Supreme Court order ordered his transfer to the Supreme Court in Allahabad, said that those who decided against his ascent “Must respond to form in which it was made. ”
Judge Patel was expected to assume the position of chairman of the Supreme Court of Karnataka once Chief Justice S K Mukherjee retired on 9 October.

It was Judge Patel who in 2011, part of a court of two judges in the High Court of Gujarat had ordered the CBI investigation into the 2004 murder of Ishrat Jahan’s daughter Mumbra and three others after the Investigative Task Force SIT) concluded that the State Police had falsified the meeting.
When contacted by The Indian Express, Judge Patel, who resigned on Monday from the president, did not relate the denial of his appointment as Supreme Court president to his 2011 decision in the Ishrat Jahan case.
“Those who have made decisions should respond to the way this has been done. I can not say anything,” said Judge Patel, noting that he had seen merit cases, not who was involved.

“When I became aware of my transfer to the Supreme Court of Allahabad, I decided to resign, and I have already sent my resignation to the President of India, how it happened and what happened, it is up to you to take it into account,” he said.
“I did not feel like being transferred to Allahabad, I worked with dignity for 16 years as a judge and for ten months why I should go elsewhere,” said Judge Patel.
“What I feel is that I have fulfilled my duty for the oath of office, and punishment is ultimately in the hands of God, and one thing I can say is that wherever I have worked, it is in all sincerity and strictly for me office oath, “he said.

When asked if this was a spin-off of his IWC investigation in Ishrat Jahan, Patel J. said, “Every day we make decisions. We are not examining whether the case concerns X or Y and we can not decide on I do not think this could be the reason (for my transfer), but I can not respond to the decisions made by another person.
Judge Patel was appointed before the Supreme Court of Karnataka on 13 February 2016 after serving the President of the Supreme Court of Gujarat from August 2015 to February 2016.
Members of the Bengaluru Defenders Association, who met with him Monday, said they have “justice” perceived negatively by those who make decisions in the executive and the judiciary.
Supreme Court justices Dushyant Dave and Yatin Oza recently reported that Judge Patel was denied the top position in the country’s courts because of his decision to order the CBI investigation in the Ishrat Jahan case.

The lawyers who met him Tuesday tried to ask him to reconsider his decision. The judge had referred these matters beyond the review. The judge said Dushyant Dave knew his situation well.
“Everyone knows what kind of judge I have been, I was the same for all ministers and governments, Judge Patel was cited for having told the lawyers, I told them to respect the high values and not compromise the principles. said they quoted the Bhagavad Gita to say that everything that happened is good.

“Destiny must have something more in mind for me, there is a God above the whole world, we are in an artificial world, but there is someone up and I should have loved it. It should be useful for other purposes,” said Judge Patel.

Karnataka Supreme Court Attorney General Madhusudhan Naik and other senior lawyers who met with Judge Patel on Tuesday said the decision to transfer him was scandalous.
Meanwhile, the Gujarat Supreme Court (GHCAA) Bar Association on Tuesday decided to challenge the order to transfer Judge Patel to the Supreme Court.

The GHCAA will file a petition requesting full disclosure of the Supreme Court or College Superior’s grounds for recommendations of appointment, non-appointment, non-confirmations of the Supreme Court and / or the Supreme Court adjudicates to the Supreme Court or the President of the Court Supreme Court and for full judicial review in such situations.