sharmajyoti writes: SaveLIFE Foundation, organized high-level consultation meetings involving over 90 participants from 10 States across India to deliberate the need for a comprehensive national road safety law. Link to Original Source
sharmajyoti writes: SaveLIFE Foundation, a road safety think-tank has presented to the government detailed recommendations for building a comprehensive legislative framework for road safety in India Link to Original Source
sharmajyoti writes: Farmers in and around Sangrur adopted the “Happy Seeder Technology” for ploughing agricultural land. This tractor-mounted machine is an organic method of farming rejuvenating the soil and also eliminating the need to burn the rice stubble. Link to Original Source
sharmajyoti writes: From quite some time there has been a criticism that families of ruling party has got some advantage of being in power. Public representative in Punjab or any other part of the country should declare their direct or indirect business interests. Link to Original Source
sharmajyoti writes: Drug issue in Punjab needs attention from political parties, NGO's, institutions and more importantly from local people. Family support also needed for them as they were looked down on in our society. Link to Original Source
sharmajyoti writes: Now-a-days we see lack of basic civic is high whether driving on roads, in ticket queues or at any other public place. These civic senses should be applied to make a difference the quality of our life and country as a whole. Link to Original Source
sharmajyoti writes: According to a report, In India 15 people die and 60 are seriously injured every hour due to road accidents and most of them die within the critical first hour after an accident due to lack of emergency medical care. Link to Original Source
sharmajyoti writes: Make sure Narendra Modi govt put a stronger road safety law in Parliament. Click here [spam URL stripped] to sign the petition and show your support. #NationalRoadSafety Link to Original Source
sharmajyoti writes: I think it is high time for political leaders in our country to realize that they are constantly under people’s scrutiny. It is the government’s obligation to deliver good governance with transparency.
sharmajyoti writes: Specific issues like drugs, economy and unemployment are the problems that Punjab or the people of Punjab are facing and were raised by all the parties giving their own versions. But till today these problems has not been solved yet.
sharmajyoti writes: According to World Bank India with 6.4 per cent share of global GDP on a PPP basis becomes world’s third largest economy after United States and China. It helps Planning Commission to take appropriate steps on evolving policies to improve infrastructure across the country.
sharmajyoti writes: concrete steps to speed up reforms in the agricultural is needed as one-third of the food grains harvested in the country are wasted due to an enormous shortage of warehousing, cold storage and cold chain capacity.
sharmajyoti writes: Government policies and schemes over the past many decades have not yielded desired results for Water management. This issue need to be taken care as groundwater is declining in India at one of the fastest rates in the world.