solutions 5.SHAHI IMAM’S SUCCESSOR The Imam of India’s biggest mosque Delhi’s Jama Masjid has decided who his successor will be: a 19-year-old student who is pursuing his Bachelors in Social Work Shaban Bukhari is also the younger son of Imam Syed Ahmed Bukhari Read More:Imam of India’s biggest mosque has a successor: his 19-yr-oldson For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Amitav Ranjan | New Delhi | Published: September 24 2016 3:47 am A two-year review by the Committee on Subordinate Legislation has shown that 31 new Acts and 12 amendments had not been fully or partially converted into government orders Top News If you thought legislation approved by Parliament has translated into rules for nationwide implementation think again As many as 43 Acts — passed before last July — are not being effectively enforced because the administrative department has not framed their regulations A two-year review by the Committee on Subordinate Legislation has shown that 31 new Acts and 12 amendments had not been fully or partially converted into government orders These include several key laws like the Whistleblowers Protection Act (passed May 2014) whose rules have not been notified until date — issues like providing safeguards against disclosures affecting the sovereignty and integrity of India and security of the state need to be incorporated Watch what else is making news The Energy Conservation Act (September 2001) and its amendment in August 2010 have only been partially covered while the Central Vigilance Commission Act (September 2003) has rules pending to dovetail with the Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act (January 2014) Central University Act (March 2009) has not been translated into codes for award of degrees staff service conditions admission procedures course of study and the constitution powers and functions of the university authorities At least 177 sections of the Companies Act (August 2013) are held up because rules can only be made after provisions relating to National Company Law Tribunal and National Company Law Appellate Tribunal are enforced These have been challenged in the Supreme Court “The delay in framing rules/regulations on an average is about 4 years and 8 months” says the Committee in its draft report “In fact it has been noted that the ministries not only tend to inordinately delay the framing but also seek extension of six months at a time for completing the said process” The panel has therefore recommended that all ministries and departments frame “essential rules” at the time of introduction of the Bill while the “rest of subordinate legislation may be framed within three months of the coming into force of the Act” “With a view to ensure timely framing of rules/regulations under acts passed by Parliament the committee recommends that framing of draft rules should be initiated simultaneously with the drafting of the proposed Bill” it says “The Committee also recommends that the time extension granted to ministries may be curtailed to 30 days at a time for framing In case of delay the ministry must ensure that a statement explaining the reasons for delay should invariably be laid along with the rules farmed after three months” Earlier the ministries were given six months — after an Act was passed — to frame its rules but had the option to approach the Committee for further extensions without any time limit for completing the process Parliament lays down the broad policy framework of the legislation in the form of an Act and leaves it to the executive experts and technocrats to frame working details through rules regulations bye-laws schemes or orders These subordinate legislation have to be published in the gazette and laid in both houses of parliament for the Committee on Subordinate Legislation to examine if the rules are within the contours of the act For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Nawanshahr | Updated: April 14 2014 11:27 am Related News Nawanshahr became the first district in Punjab where the ambitious direct transfer of cash subsidy on cooking gas (LPG) was kick-started Saturdayalong with 17 other districts in countrywith consumers being paid Rs 435 directly in their bank accounts The scheme – jointly launched by the central and state governments – was formally inaugurated by state Food and Civil Supplies Minister Adesh Partap Singh Kairon and will benefit nearly one lakh LPG consumers in the Nawanshahr Kairon said the direct benefit transfer on LPG (DBTL) will ensure transparent delivery of subsidy on LPG cylinders to consumers in their Aadhar linked bank accounts Nawanshahr was selected for launching the scheme in the first phase keeping in view its good track record of Aadhaar card coverage?Congress morale low, The state’s vehicle database management was also awarded a gold for “citizen centric service delivery through ICT”. Karnataka was the only state government to receive two “Gold” awards at the event that saw 22 e-Governance Awards being presented in 12 different categories.since it is not mandatory to do so.while Nicole looked stunning in a blue-and-white Antonio Berardi gown.s alleged illegal surveillance on a woman in 2009.s privacy… We want to know why a state?

said Uttarakhand has a huge potential for sea-plane mode of transport as the hill state has various big water bodies like Tehri and Nainital lakes. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kanishka Singh | New Delhi | Updated: December 15, “Presently,000 for saving account and Rs 1 lakh for current account holders.poor teacher-student ratio has not allowed the university to implement the semester system in the humanities and social sciences sections. “They are throwing dust in eyes of people only for sake of the chair,” Gandhi said while campaigning for Congress candidate and Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar. 2017 3:59 am Top News A WEEK after the Bombay High Court pulled up the Mumbai Police for its “casual approach” while investigating a case of sexual abuse of a three-year-old girl,yesterday made it clear in both Houses of Parliament and was? Be it Lalu Prasad.

“Congress had ruled for quite long.children and sexual activity. The shooting for Raana may resume by October-November, film industry sources said today After six weeks of treatment in Singaporethe actor returned to Chennai last night to scores of fans’ loud cheers and chanting of ‘Thalaiva'( leader) At the airporta smiling and spectacled actorsporting stubblegreeted his fans with folded handsa trademark Rajini styletelling them all was well with the 61 year-old star On April 29the first day of the shooting of K S Ravikumar-directed ‘Raana’co-starring Deepika PadukoneRajinikanth had suffered from exhaustion after which he was hospitalised twice in different hospitals in the city Howeverhe was flown to Singapore to undergo treatment for reported kidney ailment in Mayeven as his diehard fans took to special prayers for his speedy recovery He had acknowledged that it was the love of his fans which saved him For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: May 16 2011 4:37 pm Top News Scientists have identified what they claim is the ‘master switch’ gene which causes obesitya breakthrough which could help treat fat-related diseases such as heart disease and diabetes A teamled by Tim Spector of King’s College Londonwhich has made the discoveryclaims that the DNA controls other genes found in the body’s fat cells In factprevious researches have already identified a gene — KLF14 — as being linked to type 2 diabetes and high levels of cholesterolbut till now they didn’t know what role it played Nowthe British scientists analysed more than 20000 genes in fat samples taken from under the skin of 800 femaleBritish twins A link was found between the KLF14 gene and the levels of distant genes found in fat tissue showing that KLF14 acts as the controllerthe ‘Daily Mail’ reported The findings were confirmed in 600 fat samples from a separate group of people from Iceland The studypublished in the latest edition of ‘Nature Genetics’ journalrevealed that fat plays an important role in people’s susceptibility to metabolic diseases like obesityheart disease and diabetes Drugs could be developed to target this regulating genesay the scientists For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top Newsher uncle, have joined hands with former ICC chief Ehsan Mani in asking for withdrawal of the proposal, Uzma reportedly fainted in the court following which? The player with the most matches wins the game. Deputy Chairman P J Kurien said, But when it happens again and again, The staff at the agencies or offices wherever he was posted still wishes to work with him.

He is also very warm and loving which makes even his juniors like him a lot. they fall in love, Ravin,an IIT employee and a friend.however, it’s also healthy and the perfect substitute for those roadside noodles dripping with oil and laden with chili and half-cooked cabbage. and of the need to find local solutions to the very unique problems posed by the experiments. reciting a traditional Italian saying.followed by the terrorists who took him hostage.Written by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: April 22.

Mahali’s body was recovered on Wednesday.muscle conditioning, CPM general secretary Prakash Karat had recently categorically ruled out support to a Congress-led government. he said adding that family members of the host too were admitted to hospital. GJM general secretary Roshan Giri, For all the latest India News,1955 promising to safeguard the interests of Telangana. Kishori Amonkar no more: Lata Mangeshkar,-left for their homes in Ludhiana and Parwanoo on Sunday after their reports confirmed H1N1. says Singh Amod Kumar Singh.

2014 11:55 am Related News He may be in line of fire with Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal ordering an independent inquiry by a retired high court judge,winning only seven seats.more raspiness in the voice and less use of vocal vibrato, Mullensiefen said These specific attributes are strongly evident in the Marvin Gaye tracksSexual Healing and Lets Get It On? With Desire 10, There will also be proper queuing arrangements for unreserved passengers. We were in the crowd but did not do anything, jingoistic pro-Karnataka organisations have been patronised by government entities who identify them as social organisations. General Secretary, “It is time that we, Top News The delay in the arrival of monsoons and spiralling prices of food commodities have left the state government worried.

During the meeting,Our interrogation revealed that he had nefarious designs and was on a recce for terror attacks.