REHABILITATION

  • Haryana: Basai's cow shelter home to 1,000 stray cows, those rescued from butchers 4 days ago

    This is a report of a cow shelter in Haryana where over 1000 stray cows and those rescued from butchers are provided rehabilitation. This is part of the state's Gau Raksha Dal or Cow Protection Group. ...
  • Supreme Court seeks Centre's response on plea against Land Ordinance April 13, 2015

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday sought the government's response on a plea of farmers' organisations challenging the legality of the fresh promulgation of the Land Acquisition Ordinance. A bench of Justices JS Khehar and SA Bobde issued notice to the government asking it to file the reply within four...
  • Government intends another discussion with Opposition on Land Bill March 16, 2015

    New Delhi: Government intends to have another round of discussion with Opposition on the Land Bill before moving it in Rajya Sabha as parties including Congress, the Left and some others have escalated the protest against the measure. The Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement...
  • Tamil Nadu fixes March 15 as date to end manual scavenging March 12, 2015

    Chennai: In keeping with provisions of a Central Act, manual scavenging will not be allowed in Tamil Nadu from March 15. "The Governor of Tamil Nadu hereby notifies the 15th day of March, 2015 as the date from which no person, local authority or any agency shall, engage or employ,...
  • Acid attack survivors demand fast-track courts and rehabilitation programmes December 26, 2014

    Acid attack survivor, Laxmi demands the setting up of fast-track courts and rehabilitation programmes for the acid attack survivors. They demand the implementation of the Supreme Court orders to curtail the counter sale of acids. ...
  • Bhopal tragedy survivors demand panel for rehabilitation November 30, 2014

    New Delhi: A group of survivors of the Bhopal gas tragedy on Sunday said the central government should set up a commission for effective medical care, economic rehabilitation and social support for the victims. At a press conference ahead of the 30th anniversary of the Union Carbide gas leak disaster, a...
  • Jammu floods: Possibility of an epidemic biggest worry, says Army September 11, 2014

    As water recedes in Jammu and Kashmir, the possibility of an epidemic is the biggest worry says the Army. There will be a urgent need for doctors in central and south Kashmir especially if such a situation arises. Massive rebuilding and rehabilitation is the next big challenge for the Army. ...
  • J&K floods: Kashmir University shelters displaced refugees September 8, 2014

    As floods ravage the state of Jammu and Kashmir, hundreds of displaced refugees who had to leave their homes in the dead of night were sheltered by Kashmir University. Chief Minister Omar Abdullah called the recent flooding in the state as the worst in 50 years. There is a massive...
  • J&K floods: Rescue operations stepped up as waters start receding September 8, 2014

    As waters finally start receding, rescue operations are now making more headway than earlier, rescuing more number of people. Telephone and road connectivity is on its way to getting restored. ...
  • Triumvirate of Army, IAF and police emerge as saviours in flood ravaged Jammu and Kashmir September 7, 2014

    Jammu: In flood ravaged Jammu and Kashmir, the Army, Indian Air Force and police have emerged to be the real saviours. The police and Army together have saved more than 15,000 people while the IAF is evacuating people from other inaccessible areas. Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Saturday...
  • Young Kashmiri Pandits weave different dreams, prioritise a good job over returning to homeland August 28, 2014

    Jammu: After 25 years of exile, young Kashmiri Pandits weave a different dream of a homeland. While elders discuss a painful exile from their homeland, young Kasmiri Pandits are aware of the suffering of the earlier generation but they seem detached from their roots, and not too keen to return to...
  • Kashmiri Pandits continue living in deplorable ghettos, yearn to return to homeland August 25, 2014

    New Delhi: Rehabilitating Kashmiri Pandits was a crucial part of the BJP election manifesto and even though funds have been allocated for the urgent rehabilitation of the affected community, it is still a long road back to the valley for many. The plight of the Kashmiri Pandits has indeed been...
  • AssamNagaland border conflict: Chettiya residents flee home, await rehabilitation August 23, 2014

    Chettiya in Assam presents a sad spectacle after nine villages were burnt to the ground and nine people shot dead by Nagas. Hundreds have fled the area and are now living in relief camps waiting for violence to abate. Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has ordered a CBI probe into...
  • Modi government's rehabilitation plan gives hope to Kashmiri Pandits July 16, 2014

    Anantnag: The focus is back on the valley after Ramdev aide Ved Prakash Vaidik's remark pushing for an independent Kashmir. CNNIBN spoke to a couple who returned to Kashmir following the Narendra Modi government's Rs 500 crore rehabilitation plan for Kashmiri Pandits. The debate continues over Kashmiri Pandits' return to...
  • UP govt sanctions more funds for Muzaffarnagar riot victims July 11, 2014

    The Uttar Pradesh government has sanctioned an additional amount of Rs 3.28 crore for providing relief to riot victims, district authorities said on July 11 in Muzaffarnagar. The state government has released more fund of Rs 3.28 crore for riot victims. Relief would be provided to 58 families of riots victims,...
  • Meeting on July 11 to discuss nurses rehabilitation issue July 7, 2014

    Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy on Monday informed the assembly that a meeting would be held on July 11 to discuss issues related to rehabilitation of 46 Keralite nurses, who returned after being stranded in violence hit region in Iraq. The nurses and the institutions that had offered jobs to...
  • CJ Shyam Sunder appeals the new government for housing rehabilitation June 15, 2014

    Shyam Sunder, a resident of Delhi's Chandini Chowk has been living in a community hall after his house was brought down by a builder who had taken over the ownership of the building without any prior intimation to the occupants. He has now turned a CJ to appeal the government...
  • Uttarakhand government seeks additional Rs 4,000 crore from Centre for relief works May 21, 2014

    Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat on Wednesday demanded an additional package of Rs 4000 crore from the Centre for rehabilitation and reconstruction work in the floodhit hill state saying the package of nearly Rs 8000 crore sanctioned for the purpose by UPA II was not enough. "As per current estimates based...
  • Campaign trail in Uttarakhand: Rehabilitation a poll issue April 28, 2014

    Uttarakhand will go to polls on May 7. The state had witnessed massive loss of life and extensive damage a year ago due to the flash floods. CNNIBN's Karma Paljor tried to find out if rehabilitation in the affected areas is an election issue this year. ...
  • Speaker Govind Singh Kunjwal expresses concern over laxity in relief works March 28, 2014

    Uttarakhand Assembly Speaker Govind Singh Kunjwal on Thursday expressed concern over the lackadaisical attitude of state officials in carrying out relief, repair and rehabilitation works, saying the victims of the 2013 disaster were not able to recover due to this. During a discussion here, Kunjwal noted that despite efforts taken under...
  • CJ Show: Notes of Change in Tihar Jail March 17, 2014

    A Delhi based rock band named Menwhopause perform with inmates in Tihar jail as part of the rehabilitation activity at the prison. This CJ report is brought to you in collaboration with Nowdelhi.tv ...
  • Government to ensure non-interference in DPLR work of Bokaro Steel Plant February 24, 2014

    Jharkhand government on Monday said it would ensure the Director, Project and Land Rehabilitation (DPLR) of Bokaro Steel Plant to function freely without interference by Bokaro district administration. Replying to a query from Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (Prajatantric) MLA Samresh Singh, Chief Minister Hemant Soren told the House that the government would...
  • Assam's ethnic clashes: 1,327 families yet to be rehabilitated February 11, 2014

    The Assam government on Tuesday admitted that over 1,300 families, who were affected during the ethnic clashes in the Bodoland Territorial Area Districts (BTAD) in 2012, were yet to be rehabilitated. In a written reply to the Assam Legislative Assembly, state revenue and disaster management minister Prithibi Majhi said that a...
  • Activists write to Shinde, Akhilesh, demand riot victims be rehabilitated immediately January 29, 2014

    A group of social activists Tuesday appealed to union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav to immediately rehabilitate the Muzaffarnagar riot victims. Under the banner of Forum for Democracy and Communal Amity, the activists have sent a written appeal to Shinde and Akhilesh Yadav, asking...
  • 7 months after Uttarakhand tragedy, Rahul Gandhi assures rehabilitation to flood victims January 27, 2014

    Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday met the family members of the victims of last year's Uttarakhand flashflood tragedy. The youth Congress, engaged in relief and rehabilitation work in the region, has taken the initiative of inviting affected families to Delhi as guests for the Republic Day parade. The Congress...
  • 97 child labourers working in factories rescued, sent back home January 22, 2014

    "Altogether 97 child labourers hailing from different places of Bihar, who were rescued in Rajasthan returned to Gaya on Tuesday," official sources said. The children, who had been working in different factories in Rajasthan, arrived by a train from Jaipur and were received by officials in Gaya. The news about release...
  • 97 child labourers return home after being rescued from Rajasthan January 22, 2014

    "Altogether 97 child labourers hailing from different places of Bihar, who were rescued in Rajasthan returned to Gaya on Tuesday," official sources said. The children, who had been working in different factories in Rajasthan, arrived by a train from Jaipur and were received by officials in Gaya. The news about release...
  • I have lost the privilege of drinking responsibly: Demi Lovato December 16, 2013

    Los Angeles: Singer Demi Lovato says she has lost the privilege of 'drinking responsibly' as it's very easy for her to get out of control once she consumes alcohol. The 21yearold has previously been in rehabilitation centre for addiction issues, an eating disorder and selfharm. "Some people can smoke and drink...
  • BJP demands all party panel to oversee Uttarakhand relief package December 11, 2013

    BJP has demanded formation of an allparty monitoring committee to oversee spending of Rs 7,346 crore package sanctioned by the Centre for relief and rehabilitation of floodhit Uttarakhand. An allparty monitoring committee was needed to prevent any embezzlement of funds meant for the rehabilitation of victims of the June tragedy, BJP...
  • Supplementary budget worth over Rs 3 crore presented in UP Assembly December 9, 2013

    Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav presented the second supplementary budget of 201314 worth Rs 3,619.76 crores in the assembly on Monday. The government has made a provision of Rs 20 crores in the budget for starting the Lucknow metro project. The government has also allocated Rs 90 crores for reimbursing...