In the name of Goraksha, the terror of the last few years is not taking the name of stoppage. Recently in Bulandshahr district of Uttar Pradesh a police officer and a young man were shot and killed. The India Journal of Data Journalism has tabulated 99 such happenings and 39 murders that took place after 2012. The recently released statistics by India Spend are astonishing.
Why in the discussion?
A study conducted by the Disability Rights India Foundation (DRIF) in 24 states on the implementation of the Divyang People’s Rights Act (RPWD) has shown that more than half the states have not yet notified the rules of the state, despite the passage of time. is.
- It has been learned from the survey that ten states including Bihar, Chandigarh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Odisha, Telangana, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal have notified the rules of the state.
- In this study organized in collaboration with the National Center for Promotion of Employment for Disabled People-NCPEDP and the National Committee on the Rights of Divyans (NCPPD) for the promotion of the employment of Divya people, It has been said that this act passed in December 2016 was to be notified by all the states in six months.
- This study, focusing on the administrative machinery of states in relation to the Divya People’s Rights Act, shows that 79.2% of the states did not constitute the fund for the implementation of the RPWD Act.
- Out of five states which constituted the fund, Tamil Nadu has allocated Rs 10 crore for this fund, whereas Rs 5 crore has been allocated by Himachal Pradesh.
- It has been stated in the report that, “Only a few steps have been taken in relation to enhancing support for the people of the social security schemes by Tamil Nadu.”
- Studies have said, “Though 62.5% of the states have appointed the Commissioner for the Divine people, this progress is not enough. Only three states have formed expert advisory committees to assist the commissioners in the state. “
- In the ranking of 24 states and Union Territories which responded to this study, Madhya Pradesh remained the highest place, followed by Odisha, Meghalaya and Himachal Pradesh.
- The Andaman and Nicobar islands were among the lowest in the study with Jammu and Kashmir, while the national capital was at 12th place.
- The study says that 58.3% of the states have not notified special courts in the districts for the hearing of the offenses under the Act, while 87.5% states have not appointed a special government prosecution legally mandatory.
- The number of States and Union Territories which responded in the study was 24 (66.7%). Only 41.7% of the states have notified state rules and special courts.
- According to the study, 50% state and union territories were those who did not form the State Advisory Board. There were 79.2% of the states in the country where the state fund was not allocated.
- There were 37.5% state and union territories where the state commissioners were not appointed for Divyan people. Special government prosecution was appointed in 12.5% of the states.
Source: The Hindu
Why in the discussion?
India recently signed two agreements with the UAE during the India-UAE Joint Commission Meeting for Economic and Technical Cooperation for Economic and Technical Cooperation, which included the currency Swap Deal, also includes.
- This is the 12th session of India-United Arab Emirates Joint Commission Meeting for Economic and Technical Cooperation.
- During this meeting, discussions were discussed between India and UAE on enhancing cooperation in areas such as trade, security and defense.
- During this meeting, the two agreements between India and the UAE will enable them to pursue development projects in Africa.
- The Gandhi-Zayed Digital Museum has also been constructed in Abu Dhabi on the occasion of the centenary celebrations of Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th birth anniversary and the birth anniversary of the founder of modern UAE, Sheikh Zayed.
What is the currency exchange agreement?
- The currency exchange agreement is an agreement between the two countries which allows the respective countries to pay in the currency at a pre-determined exchange rate without having to trade in their currency and importing a third currency such as a US dollar for the import-export.
Trade between India and United Arab Emirates
- With approximately $ 50 billion of bilateral trade, the two countries are the largest business partners for each other.
- United Arab Emirates is the sixth largest source of oil imports in India.
- During the year 2017, India’s foreign direct investment in the UAE was $ 6.6 billion, while the direct investment of UAE was $ 5.8 billion in India.
- India and the United Arab Emirates are also extensively contributing to the energy sector. In the year 2018, the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and India’s Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) signed an agreement. This agreement gives Indian companies the opportunity to develop Abu Dhabi’s Offshore Oilfield, which produces about 1.4 million barrels of oil per day.
- Apart from this, ADNOC is also investing in India’s $ 44 billion Ratnagiri Petrochemical Complex with the cooperation of Saudi Aramco and Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserves Ltd-ISPRL in Padur, Karnataka ) Is collaborating in the development of underground oil storage facility.
Source: The Hindu and gulfnews.com