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On 1st July 2019 with the official notification by human resource development UGC has approved the new scheme known as STRIDE (Scheme For Trans-disciplinary Research For India's developing economy). This scheme will help the students or the faculties of different Universities to strengthen and make innovation in the field of research which will help in the development of the country's economy.
The Khelo India Programme was launched in the year 2018 by the then Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore at Youth Indian Parliament in Vigyan Bhawan, Delhi. It is a scheme for the improvement of sports in India.
National Health Policy, 2017 was launched on 15 March 2017 to provide free medicine, diagnostics, emergency or any other essential health care services in all the public hospitals to provide financial protection for those who cannot afford the expensive medical treatment.
Accessible India Campaign which is also known as Sugamya Bharat Abhiyan. This Campaign was launched to serve the differently able community of our country. The Campaign was launched on 3rd December 2015, which is also the International Day of People with Disabilities by our Honorable Prime Minister, Narendra Modi & Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities (DEPwD).
The Indian Railway Protection Force Service earlier known as Railway Protection Force (RPF), is a security force, established by Railway Protection Force Act, 1957; it was enacted by the Indian Parliament for the “better protection and security of railway property and passenger area”. Railway Protection force has the power to search, investigate, arrest and prosecute offences committed under railway property (unlawful possession act) 1966 and The Railways Act, 1989. However, the arrests done under the penal laws lie in the hands of Government Railway Police.
The Directorate General, Civil Defence was established by MHA on 17th November, 1962. There were only four categories during that time i.e. Fire Section, Civil Defence, Home Guards and Communication Section. On 7th January 2003, this office has been declared as an attached office of MHA under Disaster Management Division and two more sections i.e. Cash and Establishment were added. On 2nd September,2004 it was re-appointed as Director General, National Emergency Response Force and Civil Defence. On 01st December, 2006 it was re-designated as Director General, National Disaster Response Force & Civil Defence. Again, on 26th February, 2014 it was re-appointed as Director General, Fire Services, Civil Defence and Home Guards.
The main CID was formed by the British Government in 1902, in light of the suggestions of the Police Commission. At the passage of the CID office at Gokhale Marg, Lucknow, there is a picture of Rai Bahadur Pandit Shambhu Nath, King's Police Medalist (KPM) and Member of part into Special Branch, CID and the Crime Branch (CB-CID).
Shri Justice Siddharth Mridul enrolled with Bar Council of Delhi on 24th July 1986 practised as an Advocate, matters relating to Writs, Civil Original and Appellate Jurisdiction in High Court (HC) of Delhi also practised in the HC of Judicature at Bombay, Karnataka HC in Bangalore, The Rajasthan HC at Jaipur.
Shri Justice Munishwar Nath Bhandari appointed as Judge of High Court (HC) of Rajasthan HC on 5 July 2007 also practised in the Rajasthan HC at Jodhpur and Jaipur, Central Administration Tribunal, Jaipur and initially in Supreme Court (SC) in Constitutional, Civil, Service, Labour Criminal and Arbitration matters and specialised in Constitutional, Service, Labour and Arbitration matters.
Shri Justice Kamal Kishore K. Tated started practice in High Court (HC) on Appellate as well as originate side and appointed as Assistant Government Pleader and Additional Public Prosecutor in the year 1987 and continued till elevation as HC.
What Is Earnest Money? Earnest Money is a store made to a vender that speaks to a purchaser's decent confidence to purchase a home. The cash gives the purchaser additional opportunity to get financing and lead the title search, property evaluation, and examinations before shutting. From numerous points of view, sincere cash can be viewed as a store on a home, an escrow store, or great confidence cash. Earnest money is basically a store a dealer makes on a home they need to buy. An agreement is reviewed during the trading of the sincere cash that diagrams the conditions for discounting the sum. Earnest money stores can be somewhere in the range of 1–10% of the business cost, contingent generally upon showcase premium.
A woman married under Muslim law can dissolve her marriage on any one ground stated in section 2.
Section 8 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872
Section 7 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872