Month: July 2019

MSMEDI to hold awareness programme on dues recovery

first_imgMSME-Ddevelopment Insitute (MSME-DI), Bangalore and Mysuru District Industries Centre and Mysore Industries Association to hold an awareness programme on MSME Delayed Payment Act-2006 and Powers of MSEFC for the dues recovery of Small Scale Industries from their Buyers.The main aim of this programme is to assist micro and small enterprises in dues recovery from medium and large industries, public sector undertakings and also state and central government departments towards the supplies made to them, which is affecting the working capital requirement and eventually resulting in sickness and closure of these MSMEs.Industry association, office bearers, all establishments and industries who purchase from micro and small scale manufacturer and service providers have been invited to attend the programme.Awareness programme would be held on December 18 at 10.30 am at The Lalitha Sabhangana Vidya Vikas Institute of Engineering and Technology in Mysuru.The programme would be inaugurated by Gunjan Krishna Karnataka Commissioner of MSME Directorate and presided by Vasu former MLA and President MIA. Raju.R, Vice President, KASSIA is expected to cover the districts of Mysuru, Mandya, Kodagu, Dakshina Kannada, Udupi, Hasan, Chikkamangaluru, Chamarajanagara.MSMEs can register through www.msmemysuru.com with a registration fee of ₹100. More details can be hand from: MSME Council General Secretary Suresh Kumar Jain 8217647961 / 9986444654. SHARE SHARE EMAIL SHARE Published on COMMENTScenter_img MSME December 15, 2018 COMMENTlast_img read more

Will decide on Sidhus resignation tomorrow Punjab CM Amarinder Singh

first_imgNEW DELHI: Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh on Tuesday said he will decide on Navjot Singh Sidhu’s resignation on Wednesday after going through the contents of the letter. The chief minister said he has some meetings lined up in Delhi and will return to Chandigarh on Wednesday. “I will decide on his resignation only tomorrow, after I return to Chandigarh. I will have to look into the contents of the resignation letter before taking a decision,” he said. After holding a meeting with Punjab MPs in the central hall of Parliament on Tuesday, Singh tweeted, “Met the Congress MPs from Punjab in the Parliament today. Happy to see they are consistently raising issues of importance that concern Punjab and Punjabis.” All Punjab MPs — Preneet Kaur, Manish Tewari, Gurjeet Singh Aujla, Jasbir Singh Gill, Santokh Singh Chaudhary, Mohammad Sadique and Amar Singh were present at the meeting with the chief minister. AICC in-charge for the party’s state unit Asha Kumari also attended the meeting. Sidhu had sent his resignation as Punjab Cabinet minister to the chief minister’s residence on Monday, after he claimed having sent the same to Congress president on June 10. He made public his resignation on Sunday. The cricketer-turned-political had on Monday tweeted, “Today I have sent my resignation to the Chief Minister Punjab, has been delivered at his official residence (sic)”. The former cricketer resigned in the wake of his continued run-ins with the chief minister, who had changed his portfolio from Local Government to Power. Unhappy, Sidhu did not assume charge of the new ministry. Sources said Sidhu had met Rahul Gandhi on June 10 and is learnt to have discussed his portfolio shifting with him. He, however, made public his resignation only on Sunday. Download The Times of India News App for Latest India News.XStart your day smart with stories curated specially for youlast_img read more

PM Modi ka junoon Indian economy and the 5trillion dollar question

first_imgOther Videos from India 03:26 Mon, 15 Jul, 2019 India hands over dossier to Pakistan on possible attempts to disrupt Kartarpur Sahib pilgrimage 03:01 Mon, 15 Jul, 2019 Solan: 7 dead after building collapses, rescue operation underway 03:23 Mon, 15 Jul, 2019 Navjot Singh Sidhu resigns as Punjab Cabinet minister, writes to Rahul Gandhi 09:38 Mon, 15 Jul, 2019 Chandrayaan 2 moon mission launch called off after technical snag 04:10 Sun, 14 Jul, 2019 India-Pakistan Kartarpur Corridor talks successful, say officials 02:08 Sun, 14 Jul, 2019 Oh to be in BJP right now: Omar Abdullah on Navjot Singh’s resignation 19:05 Sun, 14 Jul, 2019 Kargil War anniversary: Rajnath Singh ignites Victory Flame from National War Memorial in New Delhi 03:40 Sun, 14 Jul, 2019 Chandrayaan-2: Countdown begins Load More Other Video CategoriesIndiaSportsWorldMoviesSo SorryTelevisionlast_img read more

Floods affect 15000 in Tripura and Mizoram rail traffic hit

first_img Next Floods affect 15,000 in Tripura and Mizoram, rail traffic hitAccording to officials, over 12,000 people have taken shelter in 38 relief camps on the outskirts Agartala, and Jirania, Kalyanpur and Teliamura in western Tripura.advertisement Indo-Asian News Service AgartalaJuly 14, 2019UPDATED: July 14, 2019 22:40 IST An village in Kamrup district of Assam on July 12. (Representative Image/Photo credit: IANS)HIGHLIGHTSOver 15,000 people have been affected in Mizoram and Tripura due to floodsThe rains have also affected rail services in both the Northeastern statesIn Mizoram, over 3,000 people have taken shelter in safer places in the Lunglei districtOver 15,000 people have shifted to relief camps and other safer places in Tripura and Mizoram due to flooding of low lying areas and villages by rain, officials said on Sunday.Train service between Tripura, Mizoram and the rest of the country have been affected due to rain and landslides.Bodies of three people, drowned in swollen rivers, were retrieved by rescuers.According to officials, over 12,000 people have taken shelter in 38 relief camps on the outskirts Agartala, and Jirania, Kalyanpur and Teliamura in western Tripura.”The government has deployed the Tripura State Rifles and the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) personnel and civil defence volunteers to rescue the marooned people,” Sadar Sub-Divisional Officer Ashim Saha told IANS.”Water in several rivers, including Howrah, has crossed the danger level. We have taken precautionary measures to deal with any eventuality,” he said.Agartala and its outskirts have been badly affected due to the continuous rain since Saturday. “Around 200 mm rainfall was recorded in Agartala since Saturday against the normal 11.4 mm,” an official of the Tripura State Disaster Centre said.The body of a youth was recovered on Sunday from Muhuri river in southern Tripura. He apparently drowned while collecting woods from the flooded river on Saturday.Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb has asked Chief Secretary Usurupati Venkateswarlu and other officials to remain alert to deal with the situation.In Mizoram, over 3,000 people have taken shelter in safer places in the Lunglei district as Khawthlangtuipui river and its tributaries submerged nearly 400 houses.The bodies of two youth, who drowned in Tlawng river, were recovered by the State Disaster Response Force personnel.ALSO READ | Floods affect 8 lakh in Assam, 10 dead across Northeast as rains lash region | 10 pointsALSO WATCH | In Depth: Decoding the link between floods and droughtsFor the latest World Cup news, live scores and fixtures for World Cup 2019, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for World Cup news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byPrakriti Sharmalast_img read more

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