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District Collectors to make night halts at Social Welfare hostels
Chief Minister directs to study the problems of inmates

Usha Mehra interacts with officials
Seeks details from the officials on the welfare schemes implemented

18 persons convicted in scholarship scam
Accused now have an option to go to High court

LIC donates Rs. 60 lakhs for polio-affected kids
Funds meant for providing calipers

APSBCWA sought Rs.90 crore for scholarships
Appeal to Minister for BC Welfare D Srinivas

Health Insurance for all tribal students
Scheme to cover 2.80 lakh tribal students

SC Commission moots penal punishment for not implementing quota rules
Vice Chairman of National Commission for SCs and STs said at a press meet

Increments to be cut on erring official in Social Welfare hostel department wardens
Deputy Directors in the department to keep a vigil

Website on welfare of pensioners soon
Chief Minister will launch the website

Integrated Hostels planned
Each hostel to have 400 students

SC Commission moots penal punishment for not implementing quota rules

Vice Chairman of National Commission for SCs and STs said at a press meet

Hyderabad, February 9, 2007

The National Commission for Scheduled Castes (NCSC) has recommended inclusion of a penal clause in the draft bill on Reservation for Scheduled Castes, Tribes and other Backward Classes in civil posts and services under the Government of India. According NCSC, the recruiting officer could face six months imprisonment of fine of not less than Rs. 5,000 or both if he fails to implement the reservation rules.

NCSC acting Chairman Fakribhai Raghabhai Vaghela speaking to media on Friday said that the Government has been asked to introduce a suitable provision for extending reservation in the private sector as it is getting all assistance from the Government for setting up and running the industry. He rejected the reservation facility for the converted Dalit Christian/Muslim as reservation has been provided to the SCs on the basis of various parameters.

He said that a round the clock toll free number 1800118888 was installed in the NCSC headquarters in Delhi so that the SCs from far away places can bring to their notice any atrocity meted out to them. He assured that action would be taken immediately on all such levels. NCSC has suggested incentives to select Gram Panchayats where no incidence of atrocity is reported for a minimum two consecutive years.

Andhra Pradesh on February 9, 2007

RINL and PSUs to acquire coal mines abroad jointly
Aims at ensuring coking coal supply for steel production

SC Commission moots penal punishment for not implementing quota rules
Vice Chairman of National Commission for SCs and STs said at a press meet

Police Establishment Board setup
Another GO issued by State Government on Police Reforms

RPCIL to pay Rs 3 crore to VUDA as development charges Vizaginfo.com
VUDA cracks whip on Pharma City promoters

Raw Material Handling Plant work beings Vizaginfo.com
Bridge and Roof Company Ltd., started work

Make Pulse Polio programme a success on February 11, 2007 Vizaginfo.com
All kids below five years get five polio drops

Tanishq showroom inaugurated Vizaginfo.com
Announces 25 percent discount on diamond Jewellery as inaugural offer

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