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Real Estate Bill : Government will consult with all parties

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New Delhi : The government on Tuesday said it is consulting all parties on the real estate bill, and would consider a demand by some Rajya Sabha members to send it to a select committee.

This came as Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Naresh Agarwal questioned why the bill was listed on Tuesday even as it was deferred last week. “Why is the bill in the list of business, what is government’s thought,” Agarwal asked.

Leader of Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad (Congress) then said he and Janata Dal-United (JD-U) leader Sharad Yadav have given a notice for constituting a select committee on the bill. Parliamentary Affairs Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu, clarifying the issue, said the bill was listed as it was pending from the previous day’s business.

“I could not complete the consultation process as there was four-day holiday. I called some people and they said why don’t we sit and discuss this. I talked to some people today,” Naidu said in Rajya Sabha.

“As a matter of abundant caution the bill has been carried forward today. We will complete the consultation process in a day or two and then come to the house,” said Naidu. “I will keep the sentiment of house in mind that it should be sent to select committee once I complete the process we will come back to the house,” he said.

The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill, 2013, aimed at establishing a regulatory authority for the real estate sector, was deferred by the Rajya Sabha earlier this week with opposition members insisting that it be sent to a select committee.

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday accused the NDA government of bringing a “pro-builder” real estate bill, saying it dilutes all good provisions of the bill brought by the Congress government. The bill regulates transactions between buyers and promoters of residential real estate projects. It establishes state level regulatory authorities called Real Estate Regulatory Authorities (RERAs).

As per the bill, residential real estate projects, with some exceptions, need to be registered with RERAs. Promoters cannot book or offer these projects for sale without registering them. Real estate agents dealing in these projects also need to register with RERAs.


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Nepal Earthquake toll rise escalates to 7,557

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Kathmandu : The toll across Nepal from the devastating April 25 earthquake has risen to 7,557, according to the latest update by the country’s home ministry. 

As many as 10,718 buildings were destroyed in the massive earthquake while 14,741 sustained partial damages, the ministry said on Tuesday.

About 191,058 houses have been flattened and 175,162 were partially devastated. The district worst hit in the quake is Sindhupalchowk which recorded 2,911 casualities, while Kathmandu witnessed 1,202 and Nuwakot 904, the ministry added.


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Film workers to go on strike from Wednesday

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Mumbai : The members of the Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE), who were waiting for the producers’ nod regarding the hike in daily wages of the workers and technicians, have finally decided to go on strike from Wednesday morning.

Federation president Kamlesh Pandey confirmed the news and said, “Yes, from tomorrow (Wednesday) morning starting 6.00 clock we are going on co-operation strike. We will also be having a rally at Sankarman studio (in Goregaon ) tomorrow (Wednesday).”

“The producers have been threatening our members and technicians that they will fire them but, we have our unity in place and have decided to stand together and fight for this,” he further added.

Both FWICE and some of the producers had an unofficial meeting few days back to discuss the issue, but could not arrive at an agreeable solution. And following this, the FWICE has decided to go on strike.

“We have 22 associations under us which includes 2.5 lakh members and technicians. The strike will be only on Hindi films and Hindi TV series that will be shot in Mumbai, Konkan and Gujarat,” said Pandey.


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Shweta Basu Prasad Supports Radhika Apte Over Leaked Nude Video

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Mumbai : After the famous director Anurag Kashyap now the National award winning actress Shweta Basu Prasad has supported Radhika Apte over the leaked nude video controversy. It’s not been so long when the actress Shweta Prasad was in the headlines for her alleged involvement in the prostitution racket.

The National Award-winning actress Shweta Prasad was arrested in Hyderabad for being involved in a high profile sex racket. As per the reports, the actress was caught in a compromising situation when Hyderabad Police raided a well-known hotel at the upscale Banjara Hills.

After her arrest Shweta stated that she involved in this racket because she was out of money & had no option to help her family. After a huge outcry & reams of public discussion the actress was exonerate as being not guilty. And now she has stepped forward to extend her support over Radhika Apte Nude Video controversy.

Last week a nude video clip of the ‘Lion’ actress went viral on the well known messaging app WhatsApp. The frontal nude video of the actress is from the 20 minutes short movie of the famous filmmaker Anurag Kashyap. According to reports, the director of the movie gets angry at the violation & directly approached Mumbai Police to take some strong action to steal the criminal.

Also he expects that the nude video clip of the bold actress s leaked by one of the crew member of the movie but it is not yet confirmed. On this controversy the 23 year old actress Shweta Basu Prasad clarified that the filmmaker Anurag Kashyap had a particular context when he shot for the 20 minute short movie & she also added that by leaking the video clip, the offender have pulled the whole scene out of situation.

The actress also said that she feels proud that she should assist the famous director in this 20 minute movie and using the pictures from Radhika Apte movies is a shameful act. The 23 year old actress Shweta also asserted that Anurag was very careful at the time shooting that scene & had few women on the sets because he himself has a daughter and knows how to respect women.

After Shweta Basu Prasad Controversy this is the first time when the actress step forward to support other actress. She also said that she completely agrees the decision of the makers not to release this short movie in India after what has happened with Radhika Apte Nude Video.


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