www.thehansindia.com WARANGAL TUESDAY 31 JULY 2018 PAGES 20 `5.00 Forecast: A few showers. Overcast Temp: Max.31°C. Min.26°C. Humidity: 33% Sunrise: 05:59 Sunset: 06:46 H Simultaneously published from Hyderabad | Warangal | Tirupati | Amaravati | Visakhapatnam | Khammam | Kurnool | Delhi H WINDOWS J&K militants barge into jawan's home, kill him Srinagar: A CRPF jawan was shot dead by militants at his home in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir late on Sunday, police said. Unidentified militants barged inside the house of local CRPF constable Naseer Ahmad Rather, who was on leave, in the Naira area of Pulwama and fired upon him, a police official said. He said Rather received critical injuries and was rushed to a hospital but did not survive. The area has been cordoned off and a hunt has been launched to nab the assailants, the official said adding a case had been registered. The incident comes just a day after a police staffer was kidnapped by militants in Pulwama. However, he was left off a few hours later. Hot weather not the reason for EVM failures: Centre New Delhi: Contrary to the claims made by the Election Commission that excessive heat and light was among the factors behind the largescale malfunctioning of EVMs and VVPATs in Kairana Lok Sabha by-polls held in May this year, the government said that hot weather was not the reason. S P7 LS passes Bill to provide death to child rape convicts New Delhi: A crucial bill seeking to provide death penalty to those convicted of raping girls below the age of 12 years was passed by the Lok Sabha on Monday. The Bill seeks to replace the Criminal Law (Amendment) Ordinance promulgated on April 21, following an outcry over the rape and murder of a minor girl in Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir and the rape of another woman at Unnao in Uttar Pradesh. India Inc hails Modi for his support to industry A File photo of Naseer AICTE green signal for NPTEL online courses P ICTE has given its nod to the advanced National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) online certification courses for Faculty Development Programmes (FDP) for engineering college faculty under Career Advancement Scheme (CAS). rime Minister Narendra Modi's assertion that he was not afraid of being seen with industrialists playing a key role in India's development is a shot in the arm for the industry at a time when it is dealing with a strong negative perception, India Inc said on Monday. P3 ASSAM NRC MAKES 40 LAKH STATELESS Final Draft divides families as some members become Indians, others foreigners The National Register of Citizens (NRC) was updated to weed out illegal immigrants as per a provision of the Assam Accord signed in 1985 after a six-year agitation against Bangladeshis NOT FINAL NRC Guwahati: The names of around 40 lakhs of 3.29 crore applicants were missing from the Supreme-Court mandated ﬁnal draft of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) released on Monday. The NRC has been updated for the ﬁrst time since 1951 to account for illegal migration from neighbouring Bangladesh. ‘DIVIDE-AND-RULE’ New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said the draft of the NRC that was published on Monday was not the ﬁnal list and there was no need to create panic. People check their names on the ﬁnal draft of the state's National Register of Citizens after it was released, at a NRC Seva Kendra in Nagaon on Monday The NRC authority has not revealed the reason for rejection, citing protection of the individual’s privacy. It just men- Massive crowds at hospital as doctors strive to save Karuna Police Personnel try to manage Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) supporters gather outside the hospital Chennai: A massive number of people and DMK supporters gathered outside Chennai’s Kauvery hospital where DMK chief Karunanidhi is admitted. Security has been beefed up and police lathi charged to disperse the crowd. MK Stalin issued a statement over Karunanidhi’s health saying he's normalizing and closely being monitored. He appealed to cadres to not indulge in violence or disturb police or public. With hundreds of people continue to throng the hospital in Alwarpet, the city police have been working round-the-clock to maintain law and order in the locality. The hospital is located on a prime junction and thousands of vehicles, including MTC buses, pass through the road regularly. The stretch sees slow trafﬁc on Saturdays, when devotees throng the Alwarpet Anjaneyar Temple. “When hundreds of party cadre gather at the Luz Church Road-TTK Road junction, ensuring traffic ﬂow is a big challenge. Our personnel are working round-the-clock to ensure that neither the public nor the party cadre are affected,” a senior police officer said. tioned two categories of people who could not make it to the complete draft as ‘on hold’ and Continued on P4 ‘rejected’. Death for lynching? Centre mulls bringing new law: MoS Ahir Yavatmal: The Central government will soon bring a Bill proposing death penalty for the crime of lynching, Union Minister of State for Home Hansraj Ahir said here on Monday. The proposed Bill will be on the lines of a legislation seeking capital punishment to those convicted of raping girls below the age of 12 years, he said. "Lynching is a barbaric crime and no civilised society can accept it. The Union government will soon bring a bill proposing death penalty for lynching. "The proposed bill will be on the lines of a legislation seeking death penalty to those convicted of raping girls below the age of 12 years," the minister told a delegation of the Nathjogi community who called on him here. The minister's remarks came against the backdrop of a spate of incidents of mob violence over cow smuggling and child lifting being reported from various parts of the country. Five members of the Nathjogi community from Solapur district were allegedly lynched by a mob on suspicion of being "child lifters. Kolkata: Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said: "It is a game plan to isolate people in order to do vote politics. We do not believe in divide and rule policy," she said. MAHESH AVADHUTHA Hyderabad: Recruitment of 873 posts, including doctors, nurses, paramedical staff, technicians by Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS), keeping in mind the 800-bed Bibinagar facility, is likely to be scrapped in the wake of Centre’s fresh decision to establish All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in that location. Same fate for outsourcing staff W hile announcing permanent recruitment of 873 posts, the government gave permission for NIMS to appoint nearly 600 employees, including class-4, security, operation theatre assistants, junior assistants etc in two phases. Now that AIIMS is coming up, there will be no need for authorities to appoint such a big number of outsourcing staff. The present NIMS Bibinagar will make way for the prestigious AIIMS that will be entirely under the control of Union Health Ministry, right from appointment of staff to taking care of administration and running of the institution, with no role, whatsoever, of the Telangana government in it. Hence there is no point in the government going ahead with the recruitment process which it announced eight months ago when there was no talk of AIIMS in Telangana, in general and NIMS Bibinagar, in particular, would be the gov- TELEPHONE EXCHANGE SCAM Face the trial: SC tells Marans New Delhi: Former Telecom minister Dayanidhi Maran and his brother Kalanithi Maran must face trial in what is known as the illegal telephone exchange case, the Supreme Court said on Monday, conﬁrming a High Court order that set aside their discharge in March. "The allegation is you have used phones for your brother's TV. You face the trial," the Supreme Court said, dismissing Dayanidhi Maran's appeal in the decade-old case. Last week, the Madras High Court ordered the framing of charges within 12 weeks against Dayanidhi Maran and his older brother Kalanithi Maran, who heads the Sun Group. A special CBI court had in March discharged the Marans and others accused in the case. Dismissing the plea against the High Court order by Maran and three other BSNL officials, Justice Gogoi said in the order: "We are not inclined to interfere with the High Court order. Since recording of our views may affect the trial, we refrain to do so." As one of the officials accused in the matter sought to address the court, the bench said: "Go with your minister. There are serious charges against you." The Madras High Court had on June 25 remitted back the illegal telephone exchange case against former Union Minister Maran and his elder brother and Sun TV group head Kalanithi Maran to a special CBI special court and ordered framing of charges against all the accused. Continued on P4 Now, artisans go glocal MNC investors to provide space for works of local artisans PATAN AFZAL BABU Hyderabad: Telangana artisans are set to get international exposure. The state government has created a facilitation centre to market the products mainly furniture goods and handicrafts produced by the local artisans in international market. Taking cue from the inﬂux of investments by the multi- national companies which are opening their furniture and home decoration product retail sale outlets in the state particularly in Hyderabad, the government has come forward with the idea of creation of special cell calling it as facilitation centre aiming to create marketing facility for the local products in collaboration with the corporate companies. The facilitation centre will hold meetings for the artisans, mainly carpenters engaged in the manufacturing of sofas, dining tables, cots and other furniture articles used for domestic and ofﬁce needs. The corporate investors which required huge stocks for sale in the regular market in Hyderabad as well as in other parts of the country and also the world market, will buy the ﬁnished goods from artisans.In the wake of the pleas ﬂooded from the investors requesting the government to help Centre to pick staff for AIIMS Bibinagar It’s imminent for TS govt to scrap plans to recruit 873 staff P9 ernment's preference for establishing the national institution. It may be mentioned here that GO-176 was issued on November 28, 2017 for creation of 873 posts (425 posts in phase-1 and 448 posts in phase-2 for NIMS Bibinagar. The Health department was told to obtain concurrence of Finance department before initiating measures to fill up the posts. This was followed by another GO-59 issued on May 23, 2018 directing NIMS administration to fill 399 posts through Department Selection Committee. Continued on P4 meet the increasing demand for variety articles particularly local made, a senior official said that state Industries and Handlooms and Artifacts department tapped a big demand for furniture and other handicraft articles manufactured by the local artisans. Officials said that as part of corporate social responsibility, the investors also put a clause themselves in the agreement with the government that 35 per cent of the products to be sold in their outlets will be procured from the local artisans in Telangana. The special clause has come as a big advantage for the carpenters to showcase their skills and market their products. “Artisans will have to convince the companies through their innovation. Once they are satisﬁed, local talent will get bulk orders at one go,” an official said that the facilitation centre will help to enter MoU ensuring the companies make payments promptly and the artisans supply ﬁnished products in time. Since the demand for the latest furniture to suit the new lifestyles is growing, the companies will also train the artisans for the production of world class furniture with local ﬂavour and suit the demand at local and globally, official added. The government already identiﬁed group of artisans manufacturing the latest furniture designs and supplying to the state-owned Golconda handicrafts, formerly known as Lepakshi Emporia in the erstwhile Andhra Pradesh. In addition, state handicrafts wing will scout for more talented artisans lying idle in the districts. All those identiﬁed talented persons will be provided training by the companies. Officials said the new initiative will not only help to increase the earnings of the artisans but also keep alive the dying local art in the making of furniture. RECRUITMENT BLUES With NIMS Bibinagar project stopping midway and making way for AIIMS, largescale recruitment unlikely l For NIMS Bibinagar 425 posts were set to be created in phase-1 for 220 beds. List includes 130 doctors, including professors, associate and assistant professors, senior residents and junior residents as well as 130 staff nurses, 30 technicians, 12 receptionists etc. 448 posts were set to be created in phase-2. List includes 118 doctors and 245 nurses l 268 out-sourcing employees, including class-4, security, theatre assistants, junior assistants etc. were set to be appointed in first- phase. Likewise, another 331 employees had to be appointed in second phase
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