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LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh
government has approved implementation of new pay scales sanctioned by
the Centre under the sixth pay commission for teachers of state
universities and degree colleges, official sources said o
The decision in this regard was taken in a cabinet meeting chaired by
Chief Minister Mayawati yesterday. It laid down that UGC approved
revised salaries would be given to the teachers from December 1 last
Besides, the cabinet also approved the proposal of starting bus service
in seven cities and setting up of Urban Transport Directorate to
improve city transport in the state.
According to the plan, 200 buses in Agra, 300 each in Kanpur and
Lucknow, 150 each in Varanasi and Meerut would run in these cities. A
proposal regarding tax exemption to all types of seeds including oil
seeds has also been approved, which would be effective from February 1
under the VAT act, they said. - PTI
According to the NSSO Uttar Pradesh provided 12.16 per cent
employment in the services sector in 2006-07, while Andhra Pradesh
provided employment to 11.07 per cent. These were closely followed by
Maharashtra, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu, which provided employment to
10.13 per cent, 10.07 per cent and 8.78 per cent respectively. About 52
per cent of all workers in the sector are concentrated in these states.
Among the worst performing states, Delhi provided to only 0.97
per cent of the population, while Uttaranchal and Jammu and Kashmir
each provided employment to 0.73 per cent of the total population. The
services sector is one of the prime engagers of India’s workforce.
According to the NSSO, about 3.35 crore people were estimated to be
working in service sector enterprises during 2006-07. The NSSO says
nearly 54 per cent of this workforce belonged to the rural sector. Top
segments of the service sector were transport, storage and
communication (25 per cent), financial intermediation (17 per cent),
hotels and restaurants (15 per cent) community, social and personal
services (15 per cent) and education ( 12 per cent).
National Highways in Uttar Pradesh
total length of National Highways in Uttar Pradesh is 5874 km. All stretches of National Highways in Uttar
Pradesh are maintained in traffic worthy condition.
last three years, the allocation and expenditure incurred on the development and
maintenance of National highways in the State of
and maintenance of National Highways is a continuous process. Various development
works, including widening works, on National Highways in Uttar Pradesh are sanctioned
depending upon traffic needs, inter-se-priority and availability of funds.
VOTING BSP IS THE ULTIMATE CHOICE FOR ALL
Yes, who else can we vote - Congress, Communist, BJP ? The obvious
choice is BSP.
If by “we” is meant Buddhists, shouldn’t there be a call from
some one who is considered a leader for all the eligible Buddhist voters in
Buddha Gaya Temple for Buddhists is like the Vatican for the Catholic
Christians for all over the world. The Chief Monk at Buddha Gaya
Temple should lead the prayers for the success of BSP and its leader
Mayawati, to be followed by prayers from all the Buddhist temples from
all over India. BSP stands for Bahujans, the 85% of the people, fondly
called so by its founder, Kanshi Ram. Mayawati, Kanshi Ram’s
successor, was led to include the poorer sections of the upper castes,
and the Bahujans has thus become the Sarvajans.
If by “we” is meant all Indians, yes, the forthcoming elections
should not be treated as politics as usual. When the voters - Buddhists and
non-Buddhists - go to the polling booths, the event should be
viewed as a nation going to its inevitable ultimate destination, the
destiny of all the peoples, the Sarvajans, not sectarians like the
Hindus, the followers of Karl Marx, or the guardians of the left-overs
of our erstwhile independence movements.
25 Feb ‘09