Saturday, 26 May 2018

Four Years of BJP Rule As An Era of ‘National Betrayal’: Ashok Tanwar

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Chandigarh 26th May:- Dr. Ashok Tanwar, former M.P., President, Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee has called the four years of BJP rule as an era of ‘National Betrayal’.  During these four years all the sections of the society have been betrayed by the BJP Government.
He was addressing the media persons in connection with call given by the Congress President Shri Rahul Gandhi to observe May 26 as “Vishvasghat Divas”.  Smt. Sumitra Chauhan, President, Haryana Mahila Congress was also present on this occasion.
Giving facts and figures Dr. Tanwar said that Narender Modi has literally proved to be “Kisan Virodhi”  (anti-farmer).  The cost of input has increased but the return to the farmers for their crops has decreased. He said that as per RBI report the Rural Wage Growth which was 38% in 2014 has come down to 0% in 2018. Dr. Tanwar said that slogan of Doubling Farmers’ Income by 2022 is merely a Jumla.  The BJP has promised to give farmers cost + 50% for their agricultural produce but this has proved a white lie. He said that the Fasal Bima Yojna has benefited the insurance companies and not the farmers.  The profit of insurance companies has risen to 14828 crore rupees, whereas the compensation paid to the farmers has been merely 5650 crore.
The youth had been promised by Narender  Modi that they will get 2 crore jobs every year, but only 4.16 lakh jobs were created in 2016-17 and the number of unemployed youth in February 2018 has swelled to 3.10 crore. He said that demonetization has resulted in loss of 15 lakhs jobs. He said that BJP Government has no clear education policy and in the four years of its rule the Cess charged for education has amassed to the tune of 160786.85 crore rupees and there is no clarification where this amount has gone.  There have been frequent incidents of leakage of papers and another mafia named “Exam Mafia” has come into existence in the BJP misrule.
During the elections Narender Modi has shouted hoarse that he will never eat nor he will allow to be eaten, but four years of BJP rule under Narender Modi has resulted in scams like Punjab National Bank and other Public Sector Banks.  This has resulted in shacking of faith of the countrymen in the banking system of India.  A total of 61036 crores rupees of scams have taken place in 12 banks.  He said that the Modi Government has not taken any action against the culprits of Vyapam, PDS and other scams. Narender Modi is keeping a stony silence in the matters of Jai Shah son of Amit Shah, President, Bhartiya Janta Pary and Piyush Goyal, a Union Minister. The people of the country have suffered a lot due to “Modinomics” which have destroyed the country’s economy.
The PCC Chief said that all the sections of the society even the house hold ladies are suffering from the pinch of petroleum price rise which have crossed all the reasonable limits. The price of petrol was 76.61 in 2014 when the crude price was $ 107.09 per barrel and now when the crude price is $ 76.43 per barrel, the petrol price has jumped beyond 80 Rs. per litre. The rise in the price of LPG has been more than 50% during these four years.
Dr. Tanwar announced that to educate the people of Haryana about the misrule of BJP at the Centre and in the State, the second phase of “Haryana Bachao-Parivartan Laao” cycle yatra will from Chautala in Sirsa district and May 31, 2018 and it will conclude on June 4, 2018 in Sirsa town.  He said that in connection with the “Save Constitution Campaign” launched by the Congress President Shri Rahul Gandhi, a state level sammelan will be organised by the Pradesh Congress at Karnal on May 27, 2018. 
Earlier in the day, the Congress workers led by Dr. Ashok Tanwar and Sumitra Chauhan held a protest demonstration. This was a part of the call given by the Congress President Rahul Gandhi to observe Indian Betrayal Day against the misrule of BJP. The Party workers marched towards the Secretariat carrying the effigy of Narender Modi shouting slogans against the BJP Govt and the Prime Minister.  There were stopped by the police from proceedings to the Secretariat.  The Congress workers at that spot burnt the effigy of Narender Modi.  On this occasion Dr. Sneh Lata Ahalawat, Sr. Vice President, Haryana Pradesh Mahila Congress and Raghav Vij, State Coordinator I.T. Cell got their heads shaved as a symbol of mourning.

GianJyotians Shines in 12th CBSE Results 2018

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Chandigarh 26th May:- Gian Jyoti Global School, Phase-2, Mohali students shine in 12th CBSE results 2018. Total no. of students appeared in the examination was 104 from Medical, Non-Medical & Commerce. Riya Ahuja (Medical) got 95.2% and stood first in the school followed by; Muskan Naroia (Medical) with 93.5%; Barikhav Sharma (Medical) got 92.4% and placed third. In Non- Medical Himanshi Prashar got 94.3% and stood firts, Mehak Bansal got 94% and stood second, Jatin Bansal got 92% and stood third, Simranjeet Kaur got 91.8%, Gurkamal Singh got 91.8% and Tarandeep Kaur got 91.4% and Dimpy Bharti toped commerce stream with 91%.

Mrs. Ranjeet Bedi, Principal, Gian Jyoti Global School congratulated all the toppers and their proud parents. Mrs. Bedi also said that the result for Medical, Non –Medical and commerce stream is 100%.

Dikshant International School Gets Outstanding Grade 12 Results

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Zirakpur 26th May:- Grade XII students of  Dikshant  International School, Zirakpur have performed outstandingly well in AISSCE held by CBSE in the academic session 2017-18. Total of 42 students appeared in grade XII and the result is 100%. The school topper is Nikhita Rawal, who topped the Science (PCB) batch with 95.5% marks, PCM topper is Tanveer (90%), while the Commerce topper Manpreet scored 92% and 91%  marks were scored by Shubhdayini.

All subject wise toppers have scored exceedingly well. Akhil Bhardwaj topped in Accountancy with 96%, Business Studies toppers Manpreet and Awani scored 95%,  Mayank got 92% in Economics, while Riddhi Sood scored 95% in History.
The Political Science topper is Shubhdayini with 96% marks. In Science stream Nikhita scored highest in Chemistry (95%) and Biology (98%), while Ayush and Rijul topped Physics and Mathematics with 91% and 95% respectively. Manpreet scored 95% in Physical Education. Two students,  Sandhya and Nikhita scored perfect 100 in Painting.

12th Class Result: Chitkara International School Outshines in Board Exams with 100% Result

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Chandigarh 26th May:- The students of Class 12th of Chitkara International School have showcased a tremendous execution of hard work with 100% result in the CBSE Board Exams, 2018. A total number of 63 students appeared for the examinations set by the CBSE Board – with students, Vivek Kundu (Topper) securing 97.4% marks in Humanities, Anmol Rattan kamboj securing 90.6% marks in Commerce & Aashish Raizada securing 86% marks in Non-Medical.
Dr. Niyati Chitkara, Principal, Chitkara International School, said that the remarkable result is the collective hard work, consistency and sincerity of the teachers and students.
Vivek Kundu, an extremely humble and an all rounder with a flare of public speaking skill, brought laurels to the school by scoring an outstanding percentage of 97.4% in Humanities with 100/100 marks in Political Science & Economics.
Anmol Rattan Kamoj, an ace tennis player and a focused boy scored 90.6% in Commerce. With his dedication, hard work and commitment towards his goal, he proved himself by excelling in his desired stream.
Aashish Raizada, Rock-Band member, an Orator and very focused towards his studies made the school proud by scoring 86% in Non-Medical. He has set an example that with complete focus, regular studies, guidance from the teachers and no tuitions or coaching can make you score better in a technical stream as well. He proudly stands amongst all the students of any competitive field.
Following the league of top scorers, Kashish Sharma the fencing extraordinaire of the school resolved to burn the midnight oil by balancing both studies and sports with earnestness and coming up with above 90 % marks. This is not the first time that Kashish Sharma has made the school proud; she had also been awarded the National Award by our honorable President Dr. Pranab Mukherjee in November 2015 for her exemplary benefaction in fencing. She is also the Brand Ambassador of Chandigarh Commission for Protection of Child Rights (CCPCR).
The teachers of the school acknowledged every student for their commendable endeavours, and intense conviction to ensure 100 % results for the school.
Each and every student is declared successful in their attempt to perform phenomenally well in class 12 Board Results at Chitkara International School.

Chandigarh Housing Board Allows Need Based Changes in Dwelling Units

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Chandigarh 26th May:- Chandigarh Housing Board had allowed Need Based Changes in Dwelling Units constructed by CHB, through various CHB orders issued in piecemeal. The CHB vide circular No.342 dated 26.12.2017 had also allowed interim relief for building violations subject to payment  of annual penal charges of Rs.100/- per Sq.ft which were subsequently reduced to Rs.25/- to 45/- per Sq. Ft. for different categories of DUs where such charges were deposited upto 15.04.2018. 
Subsequently, many representations were received in CHB from various RWAs to reduce penal charges and to make it one time measure rather than imposing annual fee and for allowing additional Need Based Changes. The matter was considered by the CHB in its 410th meeting held on 17.04.2018 and Board decided to constitute a committee under the Chairmanship of Secretary, CHB (with a representative of CHB allottees) to study and recommend the allowable Need based changes in a comprehensive manner. The scope of the committee is to study need based changes in a broader aspect to cover all type of violations so as to give maximum relief  to the allottees.
The committee has already started working in this direction and is likely to submit its report shortly. Based upon the recommendations of the committee a comprehensive policy shall be formulated on Need Based Changes by allowing one time relief in respect of the violations done by the CHB allottees. It has also been decided that no fresh notices for the old violations will be issued and status quo will be maintained till a final decision is taken in this regard. Further, it was decided to withdraw the previous circulars issued in piecemeal in respect of Need Based Changes so as to frame a comprehensive policy for allowing need based changes keeping in view the demands of the allottees. It is further clarified that withdrawal of these circulars/notifications is not from retrospective effect and under the forthcoming comprehensive policy; allottees will further get additional benefits.