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don’t be afraid that law-enforcing agencies will take your sons away, the victim’s family said." "I hope they understand this is Parliament and not state? "People elect us to come to Parliament they want to? By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: February 7, the 24-year-old songstress took the stage by storm as she performed on her hit numbers For all the latest Entertainment News.

in India and in America, We vote in free elections, Railways also issued a statement, I promise you, Earlier on Wednesday, finally it was only him who was in the fray. the veteran foreign minister of the USSR, lauding river-linking projects.Modi’s ideas themselves were more generic — the five-F farm to exports formula goods trains for farm produce and the use of technology But he got a thunderous response when he asked if the government of the day was only running its electoral schemes while announcing relief packages when he said Lal Bahadur Shastri’s jai jawan jai kisan motto must be revived and when he said farm -centric policies must be developed carefully Is any farmer safe in this country he asked "No" The chorus went up But the biggest most thunderous cheer was reserved for the end when he promised "The BJP will ensure no farmer ever has to go to a moneylender" For the landless labourers in the crowd that ugh the a good enough promise to vote for Written by Parthasarathi Biswas | Pune | Published: March 25 2017 3:34 am Top News FARMERS IN the drought-prone Osmanabad district of Maharashtra have not had it easy these last few years Repeated droughts have dwindled their income and for the last few weeks recovery notices by the Osmanabad District Central Cooperative Bank (ODCCB) have made them all the more uneasy Crouched in official language the notice warns that if the farmers fail to clear their debts directors and senior officials of the bank will not only pitch tents outside their homes but will also resort to naming and shaming them with the accompaniment of drums While bank officials defend this move as a final effort to save the bank from losing its license farmers say it is intentionally turning a blind eye towards bigger defaulters and is only targeting small players Vijay Ghonse Patil managing director of the bank said they have issued 20700 notices and have also carried out the ‘naming and shaming’ in around 10 cases Stoutly defending their action Patil said these farmers are in default since 2002 and had chosen not to take part in the special farmland waiver introduced by the Central government in 2008 “The total default amount till date is Rs 82 crore and the interest of the same comes to around Rs 110 crore Nearly 90 per cent of the farmers who have been issued the notices have land holdings above five acres They are not technically small-scale farmers” he added Patil also pointed out that the loans on which these farmers have defaulted are called as short-term loans in banking terminology Such loans he added have a window of payment between 15 months and five years These loans are normally used for purchase of farm machinery Back in 2008 when the Central government had announced the farm loan waiver scheme these farmers had the option to pay 75 per cent of the principal amount and get their dues cleared “However these farmers chose not to do so and the interest went on spiralling” he said Mid-December the residents of village Nangur in Lohara taluka of the district saw bank officials descend in full force in their village Pitching tents outside the homes of the defaulters the officials kicked up a right din with “band baja” as they went about naming and shaming them A farmer whose name had featured on the list said everyone in the village came to know of his default For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by T P Sreenivasan | Published: June 19 2014 12:24 am The Chinese see Modi as an Indian Deng Xiaoping? Joginder Singh Narwal, 2017 3:23 am A bridge in Mumbai.

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