Indian Polity - Current Affairs for June, 2015

Indian Polity Current Affairs for June, 2015

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▼ Maharashtra tops states in total number of patents   [06-24-15]

The top five states and UTs are Maharashtra (2892), Karnataka (1639), Tamil Nadu (1436), Delhi (1009) and Andhra Pradesh (879). While Maharashtra topped the list of states and Union Territories (UTs), Bengaluru was the top city in IPR filing.

▼ Maharashtra tops in the number of NGOs cancelled in the country   [06-24-15]

Maharashtra tops the list with the cancellation of licences of 964 NGOs followed by Uttar Pradesh with 740 and Karnataka with 614. The licences of 88 NGOs were cancelled in Tamil Nadu. The decision to cancel the registration of these entities under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act was taken by the Union Home Ministry after the NGOs allegedly failed to submit their annual returns and in view of other anomalies.

▼ Shanta Kumar asks LS Speaker to withdraw subsidy in MP canteen   [06-21-15]

Mr. Shanta Kumar is a senior BJP leader and MP from Kangra in Himachal Pradesh. In a letter written to the Speaker , he said that in last few days this subsidies has been the subject of discussion in the media and people's representatives are being mocked in the country. He said that MPs are able to spend on their refreshments and food therefore there is no need of such subsidy.

▼ Bihar launches Har Ghar Dastak   [06-21-15]

In Bihar, on 2nd July’15 JD(U) kicked off "Har Ghar Dastak, (a knock on every door)," an ambitious campaign to reach three crore voters for the state elections to be held later this year. Chief Minister Nitish kumar started this campaign at Paschim Darwaja locality in Patna. Mr. Kumar knocked ten doors of the locality. He highlighted his government’s achievement before people. The party has instructed its Ministers, MPs, Legislators and office bearers to visit at least ten doors of the state. This campaign will continue for one month with an interval of ten days.

▼ Maharashtra derecognises Madrasas which do not teach English, Maths or Science   [06-21-15]

The state Minorities Affairs Minister Eknath Khadse told reporters that madrasas not teaching modern subjects would be considered as "non-schools" and children studying in them as "out of school" students.

▼ Maharashtra approves anti-spitting law on 16thJune 2015   [06-19-15]

Maharashtra will become the first state in India to get an anti-spitting law if cleared by the Assembly. Under the proposed law, a fine of Rs. 1000 and provision for one-day community service at a public office or a government office have been made.

▼ Number of days MGENREGA to provide employment raised to 150   [06-19-15]

MGNREGA promises 100 days of work every year to rural households across the country. The Centre will bear the cost of providing work to rural households for 50 more days and it will be applicable to only the households which complete 100 days of work.

▼ National People's Party suspended by EC   [06-19-15]

It is the first case where recognition of a party has been suspended by it under Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order 1968, for its failure to follow the lawful directions of the Commission. Since the elections to the Lok Sabha and elections to the Legislative Assemblies of Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha and Sikkim, were completed on 28th May 2014, the political parties were required to submit their election expenditure statements by 26th of August 2014.The Commission had issued two reminders to the NPP to submit the required statement after the due date had long expired.

▼ Ameising Luikham takes over as Secretary, Department of Public Enterprises   [06-19-15]

Prior to this he was working as Secretary, North Eastern Council, Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region.

▼ Migrant Resource centre inaugurated in Chennai   [06-19-15]

The MRC in Chennai is the fourth such MRC in India set-up by MOIA. The first Migrant Resource Centre (MRC) was established by MOIA in 2008 in Kochi, Kerala, followed by fully functional MRCs in Hyderabad (Telengana &Andhra Pradesh), Gurgaon (Haryana) and Chennai (Tamil Nadu).

▼ AP organises Nav Nirman Deeksha marking first anniversary of state bifurcation   [06-13-15]

The objective of ‘Nava Nirmana Deeksha’ is to make people partners in the development of Andhra Pradesh.