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14 December 2016: After Cyclone Vardah comes in Chennai, a district like Kancheepuram and Tiruvallur 16 people were dead and uprooting over 10,000 trees and many electricity poles were felt down. On Tuesday, an action was taken by the official machinery to restore the state as normality.

In the districts of Kancheepuram and Tiruvallur, it might take for two days to the continuation of the power supply. More than 9,000 workers started working to repair and restoration of electric poles and power cables.

In many districts power connection and telephone networks were felt down. Suburban and (MRTS) Mass Rapid Transit System train services were so far to be continued for the desire of electricity supply.chennai

According to the reports, Principal Secretary and Commissioner of Revenue Administration (CRA), K. Satyagopal said to The Hindu about the cyclone Vardah, “As much as 75 per cent of the fallen trees is in Chennai.”

Cyclone Vardah affects power distribution towers and transmission towers in many districts; the official said: “It appears that the power system has borne the brunt of nature’s fury.”

As per the reports, the Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation brought electricity workers more than 3,000 from different places to repair power to various electricity substations and streets.chennai

The fallen trees are removed by the local bodies, police and fire rescue services, and with the help of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF). As ten teams of NDRF were involve working with the local authorities to repair road traffic and electricity in Chennai and Kancheepuram districts, said Deputy Inspector-General of NDRF (South Zone), S.P. Selvan.

As per the reports, Deputy Inspector-General of NDRF said about the teamwork restoring normality in the residential areas; he said “Since morning [on Tuesday] we have been engaged in removing trees and electricity lamp posts that fell on the roads or on buildings. Three teams have come from Pune to join the relief operations. Most of the main roads have been restored to traffic… a lot of work has to be done in interior roads and residential areas.”

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According to the sources, CBI has made a case against the official of four banks. CBI said that Veerendra allegedly convinced bankers to exchange the demonetised currency Rs 2000 notes.

CBI has finally arrested the leader of Janata Dal-Secular, also the owner of a casino in connection with the seizure of Rs 5.7 crore that is in 2000 denomination on his possession. The agency sources also said that CBI had registered a case against the four official banks- State banks of India, ICICI Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank and the state bank of Mysore.

Late on December 10 KC Veerendra was arrested in Hubballi and brought to Bengaluru before the CBI court. According to the CBI official, they said that he would in custody under them.CBI

CBI official raided his 15 premises on 10 December, including his house in Challakere and his casino that is in Goa. The official seized worth total of Rs 5.7 crore with 2000 currency notes and besides that Rs 90 lakh in Rs 100 and 20 denominations in both the district of Hubballi and Challakere.

The CBI official said that Veerender has finally connived that he did exchange a note with along with the bankers and the middlemen.

According to the source’s statement, Veerendra’s name appeared in a case of cricket betting. Veerendra owns chit fund business.CBI

CBI is questioning for six days to confront him along with documents recovered from Veerendra premises and try to get reveal the sources of these funds as well as, an involvement of senior official banks, in this case, Sources said that.

According to the sources, CBI official stated to PTI, “We have arrested K C Veerendra. He was arrested in Hubballi on December 10 and brought to Bengaluru the following day and produced before the CBI court. He is in our custody for six days.”

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Tamil actor Gautami Tadimalla asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi by writing a blog post about “the sheer volume of unanswered questions” about the late chief minister of Tamil Nadu Jayalalithaa’s which was hospitalization in September.

Actor Gautami asked about the secrecy that has maintained during 75-day treatment. Lt chief minister was admitted to the Apollo Hospitals on 22 September when she complained of dehydration and fever.

Very few information were revealed about her condition. No one allowed meeting to her, and also there are many VIP who visited her with deep concern were deprived of an opportunity to express their wishes in person.

According to the sources, actor Gautami questions in her post, “Why this secrecy and isolation of a beloved public leader and the head of the Tamil Nadu government? What/whose authority restricted access to the late Chief Minister? Who were the concerned persons who were making the decisions about Selvi Dr. J Jayalalithaa’s treatment and care when her health was apparently in such a delicate state?”gautami

As per the reports, she said that it is a significant concern and right of all citizen of India to be alert of and informed concerning their democratically elected leaders and also the state of their health and their aptitude to do their duties.

Below full text of actor Gautami’s blog

Tragedy and unanswered questions

The Honourable Prime Minister of India,

Shri Narendra Modiji

Dear Sir,

I write this letter to you today as an ordinary citizen of India. I am a homemaker, a mother and a working woman. My concerns and priorities in my life are those that are shared by many of my fellow countrymen, primarily to build a safe and nurturing environment for my family that will allow them to live a safe and fulfilled life.

I am also one among the crores who are mourning the recent shocking demise of our late Chief Minister, Selvi Dr. J Jayalalithaa ji. She was a towering personality in Indian politics and was a great inspiration for women from all walks of life. Her leadership of Tamil Nadu, over several terms in office, has brought us to the forefront in many spheres of development. Selvi Dr. Jayalalithaa ji’s undeniable strength and determination to persevere against all odds are a lasting legacy that will continue to inspire individuals of every gender to persist in pursuit of their dreams in life.

Her demise is all the more tragic and unsettling because of the circumstances over the past few months and the sheer volume of unanswered questions about our late Chief Minister’s hospitalisation, treatment, reported recovery and very sudden passing. There has been a near total blanketing of information regarding these matters. Nobody had been allowed access to her and many dignitaries who visited her with deep concern were denied an opportunity to convey their wishes in person. Why this secrecy and isolation of a beloved public leader and the head of the Tamil Nadu government? What/whose authority restricted access to the late Chief Minister? Who were the concerned persons who were making the decisions about Selvi Dr. J Jayalalithaa ji’s treatment and care when her health was apparently in such a delicate state? And who is responsible for these answers to the people? These and many other burning questions are being asked by the people of Tamil Nadu and I echo their voice in bringing them to your ears, sir.

No doubt some might say that it is a moot point because it has happened as it has, but that, sir, is precisely my fear. I ask these questions now because it is a primary concern and right of every citizen of India to be aware of and informed about their democratically elected leaders. To be aware of their state of health and ability to perform their duties for the larger good of the people. To be concerned for the wellness and comfort of a beloved leader of the masses. And the fact that a tragedy of such tremendous scale should not go unquestioned and definitely, not unanswered, under any circumstances. If this be the case with a public figure of this magnitude, then what chance does the common citizen of India have when he fights for his personal rights? The confidence of every Indian in the democratic process that makes our nation so great is precious and must be protected against all odds.

I am writing to you now, sir, with the complete confidence that you share my anxiety and determination to uphold the rights of every Indian to be aware and informed of any factor that impacts our day to day life. You have proven yourself in many ways to be a leader who is unafraid to stand up for the rights of the common man and I am confident that you will heed the call of your fellow countrymen.

With my deepest respects and trust

Jai Hind!

Gautami Tadimalla

08.12.2016

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03 December 2016: On Saturday morning encounter in Jammu and Kashmir Kulgam between security forces and militants broke out the district. An encounter has ended after terrorist fled the spot.

Following an intelligence input about the presence of militants the security forces launched the combine operation in the area.jammu-and-kashmir

Yesterday night, a Pakistani infiltrator was shot dead by Border Security Force (BSF) personnel in Bamiyal sector in Pathankot District of Punjab.jammu-and-kashmir

On Tuesday, In Samba sector of Jammu and Kashmir, two terrorists were killed in an infiltration did, and one jawan also injured.

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02 December 2016: Again the Opposition parties started sounded against PM Modi in both houses, today the parliament is set to meet again. In the meeting, the Trinamool Congress is likely to move up the issue of Thursday night’s i.e. “army deployment in West Bengal” by the state Chief Minister and Party Chief Mamata Banerjee evaluate to an “army coup” during a press conference.

The Congress Parliament Party was held meeting around 9:30 am which was led by Vice-president Rahul Gandhi. The Congress Vice-president led an action of 16 Opposition parties’ leaders to President Pranab Mukherjee on Thursday. He looks for his involvement in the way the government pushed the taxation laws amendment bill through Lok Sabha, without discussing or allowing time to move amendments.parliament

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was present in the Lok Sabha on Thursday as it was the day when the question about the Prime Minister Office was criticized to be raised however both the Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha were suspended for the amid opposition uproar over the matter of demonetisation and the terror attack at Nagrota.

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02 December 2016: In Bengaluru, six crore – nearly five crores in cash, of new currency notes have been found after raids on two people. It is reported that the individual belongs to a senior official.

According to the sources, this is one of the biggest detection of cash in new currency as the government has launched its demonetisation change on November 8. Sources said that at least one bank officials have involvement is suspected.

As per the reports, a senior tax official stated that “An investigation is on to find out how the pair got so many new notes,” requesting that not to named. To calculate the amount well again, so note counting machine have to used, said senior tax official.bangaluru

Sources said that more than five kilos of gold was found and also six kilo of jewellery, and top sports cars same as Lamborghini found in the raids.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was a shocked ban of old Rs 500 and 1000 currency notes three weeks ago; cash shortage has confused the country. The new currency of Rs 500 and 2000 are small supply, resultant in continuous lines at the bank. The demonetisation is meant at finding black money.

The media source said that current raids on the government officers had a guide to tip-offs about the two senior government engineers is targeted today.

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01 December 2016: In Tamil, ten people were painful dead, and 15 members were injured after a blast in factory explosives manufacturing unit at Murugapatti on Thursday morning nearby Tiruchirappalli, said police.

In the explosion that occurred at 7.25 am morning which more than 200 people were working in the factory, which is located 45 km from city Tiruchy. The reason for the fire was not known yet, police said. Three firefighter unit and ten ambulances have been set up to clear the bodies.tamil-nadu-blast

According to the sources, police said that the fire was seen from one of the manufacturing branches of the factory and it almost immediately extends to the other areas. A portion from the factory noise produces surrounding area and waves of the blast were felt still two km from the site.

As per the reports, police said that since this field was with torrential rains, rescue member could not be able to take up in complete swing, while the blast fire had been nearly contained.tamil-nadu-blast

In the factory there are 15 mini-units manufacturing explosives for widening and deepening wells in the rocky belts, and also the licenses unit was working more than 25 years, said police.

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01 December 2016: The Government has announced that using old Rs 500 notes at the petrol pump and buying airline tickets at airports valid till December 2 instead of December 15.

The Government said that Rs 500 notes would effect from December 3, 2016, which could not buy or purchase of diesel, gas, and petrol at the stations operating under the approval of public sector oil marketing companies and for buying airline tickets at the counters of the airport.

Whereas junking old notes series 0f Rs 500 and 1,000 on 8 November, the government allow using for the utility bill payments for 72 hours.indian-money

This closing date was extended twice, and when the last announce have given on November 24, it alters it to state that only Rs 500 old notes will be allowed to used for payment of utility bills like the water bill, school fees, electricity, airline ticket booking, fuel purchase and pre-paid mobile top-up. Until December 15 the old notes of Rs 500 will be accepted for the utility bill payments like at railways ticketing counters and counters of government or public sector undertaking bus tickets.indian-money

Allowing toll payments of both Rs 500 and 1,000 old notes will be accepted until December 2 and from December 3, it was to be limited to Rs 500 notes. However, this facility also has been withdrawn. From December 3, purchase fuel, airline ticket booking at airport counters and highway toll payment will be allowed only in lower notes currency or new currency of Rs 500 and 2,000 notes.

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30 November 2016: On Wednesday, the Reserve Bank of India places a limit of Rs 10,000 per month for withdrawals from the Jan Dhan Yojana accounts.

According to the sources, the director said that fully KYC compliant account holders would able to withdraw. “Fully KYC compliant account holders can withdraw up to Rs 10,000 from their account in a month. The bank managers may allow further withdrawal beyond Rs 10,000 within the current applicable limits only after ascertaining the genuineness of such withdrawals and duly documenting the same on the bank’s records.”

Non-KYC compliant account holders can withdraw only Rs 5,000 from their Jan Dhan Yojana account.

According to the sources, the Reserve Bank of India release said that “The Move is aimed at protecting blameless farmers and rural account holders of the PMJDY from actions of money launderers and legal consequences under the Benemi Property and Money Laundering Laws.”jan-dhan

This type of account had witnessed an unexpected rush in deposits after demonetisation, which was declared on 8 November, increasing doubts that tax evaders are using the poor to park their ill-gotten money in them.

According to the government reports, in these account total deposits stood at Rs 64,252.15 crore as on 16 November. The bank official in Odisha said to PTI that they got smell depositing in several zero balance account in Kendrapara district.

According to the sources, an official stated to media that “There has been impressive growth in cash deposits in Jan dhan accounts. We obviously smell foul play. Though a ceiling of Rs 50,000 deposit has been fixed in these accounts, we have come across accounts exceeding maximum deposit limits. The accounts with excess deposit would lose PMJDY classification. These would be converted into general savings accounts.”

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30 November 2016: During the Central Executive Council (CEC) meeting held, the Naga People’s Front (NPF) is ready to set requesting to the central government not to force “Good Governance Day” on Christmas Day i.e., (25th December) “as the day is most revered by the Christian community.”

The House generally ready to support the Nagaland Legislative Assembly decision during the winter session which was held on November 22nd to 24th, canceling the restriction on Women Reservation Act being moved on September 22, 2012, by NLA.good-governance

The Central Executive Council also set on to proceed to enlarge its support to the continuing peace process between the NSCN (IM), the Government of India and repeated the stand that “Integration is and must be an integral part of the dialogue.” The house has completely certified the appeal which was made by the Chief Minister TR Zeliang towards leadership of NSCN (K) in Myanmar currently to renew the truce and enter the peace progress conversation to follow peaceful and honorable settlement with both the Government of India and the Government of Myanmar.

The party also felt it relevant to urge the state government to take a severe step in protecting flora and fauna of the country.

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