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Anna Hazare on Tuesday said he did not consider this violence as wrong. but they are not offshore companies. it will be reflected in Raptakos’ (accounts). will begin on December 18.The polling process for Himachal Pradesh will begin with the issue of gazette notification on October 16 following which the filing of nominations will take place according to the announcement made by Chief Election Commissioner AK Joti October 23 has been scheduled to be the last day for filing nominations while the last date for withdrawal of nominations filed will be October 26 The model code of conduct for the state comes into effect immediately andbulk SMSes and voice messages on phone will come in the purview of election advertisements Read |Himachal Pradesh elections 2017: Voting on November 9 counting on December 18 In the 68-seat Himachal Pradesh Assembly the Congress presently has 36 seats while the BJP has 26 The rest of the seats are divide amongst Himachal Lokhit Party which had bagged 1 seat and independent candidates Here is a full list ofconstituencies and the winners of 2012 Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections: 1 Churah (SC) – Hans Raj (BJP) 2 Bharmour (ST) – Thakur Singh Bharmouri (Congress) 3 Chamba – Bal Krishan Chauhan (BJP) 4 Dalhousie – Asha Kumari (Congress) 5 Bhattiyat – Bikram Singh Jaryal (BJP) 6 Nurpur – Ajay Mahajan (Congress) 7 Indora (SC) – Manohar Dhiman (IND) 8 Fatehpur – Sujan Singh Pathania (Congress) 9 Jawali – Neeraj Bharti (Congress) 10 Dehra – Ravinder Singh (BJP) 11 Jaswan-Pragpur – Bikram Singh (BJP) 12 Jawalamukhi – Sanjay Rattan (Congress) 13 Jaisinghpur (SC) – Yadvinder Goma (Congress) 14 Sullah – Jagjiwan Paul (Congress) 15 Nagrota – GS Bali (Congress) 16 Kangra – Pawan Kajal (IND) 17 Shahpur – Sarveen (BJP) 18 Dharamshala – Sudhir Sharma (Congress) 19 Palampur – Brij Behari Lal Butail (Congress) 20 Baijnath (SC) – Kishori Lal (Congress) 21 Lahaul & Spiti (ST) – Ravi Thakur (Congress) 22 Manali – Govind Singh Thakur (BJP) 23 Kullu – Maheshwar Singh (HLP) 24 Banjar – Karan Singh (Congress) 25 Anni (SC) – Khub Ram (Congress) 26 Karsog (SC) – Mansa Ram (Congress) 27 Sundernagar – Sohan Lal (Congress) 28 Nachan (SC) – Vinod Kumar (BJP) 29 Seraj – Jai Ram Thakur (BJP) 30 Darang – Kaul Singh Thakur (Congress) 31 Jogindernagar – Gulab Singh Thakur (BJP) 32 Dharampur – Mahender Singh (BJP) 33 Mandi – Anil Kumar (Congress) 34 Balh (SC) – Prakash Choudhary (Congress) 35 Sarkaghat – Inder Singh (BJP) 36 Bhoranj (SC) – Ishwar Dass Dhiman (BJP) 37 Sujanpur – Rajinder Singh (IND) 38 Hamirpur – Prem Kumar Dhumal (BJP) 39 Barsar – Inder Dutt Lakhanpal (Congress) 40 Nadaun – Vijay Agnihotri (BJP) 41 Chintpurni (SC) – Kuldeep Kumar (Congress) 42 Gagret – Rakesh Kalia (Congress) 43 Haroli – Mukesh Agnihotri (Congress) 44 Una – Satpal Singh Satti (BJP) 45 Kutlehar – Virender Kanwar (BJP) 46 Jhanduta (SC) – Rikhi Ram (BJP) 47 Ghumarwin – Rajesh Dharmani (Congress) 48 Bilaspur – Bumber Thakur (Congress) 49 Sri Naina Deviji – Randhir Sharma (BJP) 50 Arki – Govind Ram Sharma (BJP) 51 Nalagarh – Krishan Lal Thakur (BJP) 52 Doon – Ram Kumar (Congress) 53 Solan (SC) – Dhani Ram Shandil (Congress) 54 Kasauli (SC) – Dr Rajiv Saijal (BJP) 55 Pachhad (SC) – Suresh Kumar (BJP) 56 Nahan – Rajiv Bindal (BJP) 57 Sri Renukaji (SC) – Vinay Kumar (Congress) 58 Paonta Sahib – Kirnesh Jung (IND) 59 Shillai – Baldev Singh Tomar (BJP) 60 Chopal – Balbir Singh Verma (IND) 61 Theog – Vidya Stokes (Congress) 62 Kasumpti- Anirudh Singh (Congress) 63 Shimla – Suresh Bhardwaj (BJP) 64 Shimla Rural – Virbhadra Singh (Congress) 65 Jubbal-Kotkhai – Rohit Thakur (Congress) 66 Rampur (SC) – Nand Lal (Congress) 67 Rohru (SC) – Mohan Lal Brakta (Congress) 68 Kinnaur (ST) – Jagat Singh Negi (Congress) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: ENS Economic Bureau | New Delhi | Published: June 15 2017 2:36 am The interest subvention scheme which has been continuing since 2006-07 will be implemented by the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (Nabard) and the Reserve Bank of India Top News While the Centre has made it clear that the states announcing farm loan waivers will have to do so from their own resources it on Wednesday sought to play its part in assuaging farmers’ woes Short-term crop loans of up to Rs 3 lakh will continue to attract a subsidised rate of 7 per cent this fiscal and farmers making “prompt” repayments will get the loans at just 4 per cent as the Cabinet on Wednesday approved a proposal to extend its interest subvention scheme for such loans to 2017-18 Although the government’s move to keep the cost of short-term crop loans cheap comes as a breather for farmers struggling to cope with a fall in prices of some commodities the cost to the government on account of the move is estimated at Rs 20339 crore in 2017-18 The Cabinet also decided to provide farmers loans for post-harvest storage of their produce at a subsidised interest rate of 7 per cent for six months For those farmers adversely affected by natural calamities the government has decided to give a 2 per cent interest subsidy for first year on the restructured loan amount The institutional credit will help farmers shift from unorganised sources of credit (where they are forced to borrow at exorbitantly high rates of interest) to institutional ones Since crop insurance under the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana is linked to availing of crop loans the government’s latest decisions will benefit farmers In recent months farmers from Madhya Pradesh to Tamil Nadu to Punjab have been demanding complete waiver of loans citing lower realisations Uttar Pradesh has already announced waiver of farm loans of Rs 36360 crore; although Maharashtra is yet to announce how much loans will be waived reports suggest that these would be around Rs 35000 crore Interest subsidies and loan waivers are sure to put a question mark on the credibility of the fiscal consolidation exercise to be undertaken by both the Centre and the states in 2017-18 more so when government spending has been a prime driver of the economy as private investments falter The Centre aims to cut the fiscal deficit to 32 per cent of GDP in 2017-18 from 35 per cent in the last fiscal while states according to the NK Singh panel need to cut their fiscal deficits by 16 basis points a year from 298 per cent in 2016-17 if they want to achieve the current debt-to-GDP ratio of 21 per cent again in 2024-25 States that have fared commendably on the fiscal front between 2004-05 and 2013-14 reported slippages since then as their tax revenue growth plateaued; the consolidated fiscal deficit of states is reckoned to be not less than 34 per cent of GDP in 2016-17 and the target of 26 per cent for the current year looked optimistic even before the loan waiver packages Through the subvention scheme the government offers an interest subsidy of 2 per cent per annum for short-term crop loans of up to Rs 3 lakh per farmer on the condition that the lending institutions make short-term credit available at the ground level at 7 per cent to farmers An additional 3 per cent interest subsidy is provided to the “prompt payee farmers” The interest subvention scheme which has been continuing since 2006-07 will be implemented by the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (Nabard) and the Reserve Bank of India The RBI last month had asked banks to continue to give the discount on interest on short-term crop loans in 2017-18 However RBI governor Urjit Patel had earlier questioned the policy of loan waiver and interest subsidies FE For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Vijayawada | Published: July 20 2016 3:50 pm Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu put forth the proposal to set up the MRO facility in Andhra Pradesh (File) Top News A business delegation from Ukraine has evinced interest in setting up an aircraft maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO) facility in Andhra Pradesh The delegation met Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu last night and put forth the proposal to set up the MRO facility in association with Secunderabad-based Titan group a release from the Chief Minister’s Office said Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news The facility would be set up with an investment of Rs 3000 crore the release said While promising all assistance from the government the Chief Minister asked the Ukraine delegation to come up with a detailed project proposal Donakonda in the parched Prakasam district may be chosen for setting up the MRO facility the release added The Ukraine delegation visited Donakonda Wednesday along with state Transport Minister Sidda Raghava Rao to inspect the land For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Saurabh Prashar | Chandigarh | Published: November 28 2017 5:29 am Top News Just a few days are left for the 66th All India Police Hockey Championship 2017 to begin but Chandigarh Police is yet to decide whether to send its 18-member team to take part in the tournament The championship will be held in Sonepat Haryana from December 5 to 12 The reason behind the uncertainty is not good but miserable performance of the hockey team in all the previous championships Sources told Chandigarh Newsline “A trial for the hockey team was held at Hockey Stadium Sector 42 on November 18 But later we came to know that senior police officers have decided not to send the team for participation in the All India Police Hockey Championship 2017 this time We are yet to start our practice camp which is always required at least a fortnight before going to participate in any national level competition” SP (Vigilance) Eish Singhal who is also in charge of Police Lines-26 said “Whether the team takes part in the all India police meet or not I have decided to take the decision considering the previous performance of the hockey team in the earlier championships For a long time our hockey team has failed to get a medal in any championship The hockey team members have sought time for a meeting with me and I called them on Tuesday We also lack young hockey players in our team” A source in the Chandigarh sports wing said “Though most of the players in the Chandigarh hockey team are in the age group of 40 if they give enough time for practice they can achieve a respectable place in the competition” In the 65th All India Police Hockey Championship in 2016 in Jammu and Kashmir Chandigarh Police failed to enter the quarter-final after losing three matches against the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) Tamil Nadu and Telangana While Chandigarh Police were trounced 9-0 by CISF they lost 4-0 to Tamil Nadu Against Telangana the performance of Chandigarh Police was quite better though the latter lost the match 3-2 At the 64th All India Police Hockey Championship in Guhawati in 2015 the Chandigarh Police hockey team was walloped 7-0 by the Central Reserve Police Force and 9-0 by CISF A member of the hockey team said though the Chandigarh Police team had defeated the Gujarat police team 4-3 in 2014 still they failed to make a podium finish and win medal For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News police found that the victims along with friends had earlier attended the birthday party of a friend at a posh hotel on the outskirts of?who was riding an open top Lincoln Continental, some researchers say that SLAC faces challenges. ? the choice of venue is significant — while the politics in the Malabar region has so far been dominated by the Muslim League and Communists, his first public address since the Uri attack on September 18.


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