YK MYK THERE IS LITTLE TO JUSTIFY INDIA’S COAL SHORTAGE OPINION Rs. 5 RANCHI TUESDAY, 28 JUNE, 2022 PG-12, YEAR—12, ISSUE—50 (RNI NO: JHAENG / 2012 / 44137) AT A GLANCE FSSAI COMES OUT WITH REGULATIONS FOR VEGAN FOODS NEW DELHI: In order to curb sale of fake vegan foods, food regulator FSSAI has come out with regulations by defining what constitutes vegan foods and listed out various specifications to be followed for manufacture, sale and import of such food items. Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has come out with the Food Safety and Standards (Vegan Foods) Regulations, 2022. The regulator had brought the draft regulations in September 2021. After considering objections and suggestions received from the public in respect of the draft regulations, the FSSAI has come out with the new regulations. “Vegan food means the food or food ingredient, including additives, flavourings, enzymes and carriers, or processing aids that are not products of animal origin...,” the FSSAI said in its definition. STAR COUPLE ALIA, RANBIR EXPECTING THEIR FIRST CHILD SCREEN & CINEMA Morning India Jharkhand Monsoon session likely to begin from July 29 MI NEWS SERVICE RANCHI: The monsoon session of the Jharkhand Legislative Assembly is likely to begin on July 29. This session will have 5 to 6 working days. A formal announcement will be made soon by the government. After the commencement of the session, there will be no proceedings of the House on the 30th and 31st because of Saturday-Sunday. The proceedings of the House will continue from Monday i.e. August 1, in which apart from the legislative works, several bills returned by the government from the Raj Bhavan in the past will be placed on the table of the House. During this, the MLAs will keep the problems of their respective areas in the house. Apart from this, on the first day of the House, the newly elected MLA of Mandar, Shilpi Neha Tirkey will take the No decision be taken on their disqualification till July 11 membership of the House. Under the constitutional system, the maximum duration from one session to another should be six months. The budget session of the Jharkhand Legislative Assembly was held from February 25 to March 25. Thus the monsoon session should be held before 25 September. The assembly sessions are generally convened thrice a year, which is known as the budget session, monsoon session and winter session. Under the constitutional system, the session of the house is called by the governor at least once in every six months on the recommendation of the state government. INDIA TOTAL CASES: 43,391,331 TOTAL DEATHS: 524,999 WORLD TOTAL CASES: 548,841,855 TOTAL DEATHS: 6,350,634 NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday declined to pass an interim order on the Maharashtra government counsel’s submissions that there should not be any floor test in the Assembly till July 11, as it extended, till July 12, the time granted to the 16 dissident MLAs to submit their response to the disqualification notices. A bench of Justices Surya Kant and J.B. Pardiwala said it cannot pass an order, which would create unnecessary complications. It told senior advocate Devdutt Kamat, representing the Maharashtra government, that if anything illegal happens, then he can always come back to the top court. As Kamat said if disqualification proceedings are put in abeyance, then there should not be any floor test in Double murder case accused arrested in Ranchi Hemant Sutradhar SANJAY SAHAY CORONA METER SC grants relief to rebel Sena MLAs RANCHI: Police have arrested Arpit Arnav for the murder of two teenagers namely Shweta Singh and her brother Praveen Kumar Singh in their house in Janak Nagar under Pandra police station area on June 18. Mother of the deceased persons, Chanda Devi was injured in the assault. City SP Anshuman Kumar on Monday said that the arrest was made from Ratu area based on technical input. He informed that Arpit tried to avoid arrest by fleeing to Bilaspur and changing his location frequently. He added that police carried out raids at several places before the accused was nabbed. Police stated that Arpit had an affair with Shweta and had visited her house in the night intervening Friday and Saturday to meet her. Chanda, however, saw both of them in an objectionable situation when she woke up in the morning and started beating up Arpit. The accused retaliated by stabbing Chanda with kitchen knife and with a hammer. Arpit also hit Praveen several times on the head when he came to the spot hearing the noise and then attacked Shweta when she tried to resist the assault on her mother and brother. He fled away from the spot and then boarded a train for Bilaspur in Chhatisgarh in order to avoid arrest. He then went to Vishakapatnam, Bhagalpur and Patna. Police nabbed the accused near his home in Ratu when he returned to Ranchi. Police have seized a mobile phone and the clothes worn by Arpit when he committed the crime. The police had registered a case under section 302, 307, 326, 324, and 34 of the Indian Penal Code in this connection. Cong becomes party with most women’s representatives in Jharkhand PC JHA RANCHI: Meanings are being drawn for the victory of the Grand Alliance candidate in another by-election in Jharkhand but according to the Congress the meaning is something else. Congress party has become the party with maximum number of women representatives in Jharkhand. Shilpa Neha Tirkey has become the youngest MLA in the state while after 22 years the Congress party ‘Panja’ has got the blessings of the people of Mandar. Congress party has created history with the victory of Shilpa Neha Tirkey. At present, the Congress party has become such a party in Jharkhand, which has the maximum number of women’s representatives. At present, five women MLAs have reached the Jharkhand Assembly on Congress ticket. Deepika Pandey Singh, Mamta Devi, Poornima Neeraj Singh and Amba Prasad are women MLAs from Congress. The number has gone up to five with Shilpi Neha Tirkey. With this, the Congress has a total of 18 MLAs. At the same time, Geeta Koda has become an MP by winning on a Congress ticket. After the victory of Mandar seat, Shilpi Neha Tirkey became the youngest MLA of Jharkhand. Earlier, Congress MLA from Barkagaon, Amba Prasad was the youngest MLA. Amba Prasad’s age was 31 years at the time of 2019 elections. At the same time, Shilpi Neha Tirkey, who won the Mandar by-election, is 29 years old. Four by-elections have been held in Hemant Soren’s tenure with assuming the post of Chief Minister in December 2019. In all four, the Grand Alliance candidates have won. Shilpi Tirkey is youngest MLA in Vidhan Sabha. The Grand Alliance candidates won the Dumka and Bermo by-elections in November 2020. Congress candidate Kumar Jaimangal Singh alias Anoop Singh defeated BJP’s Yogeshwar Mahto Batul from Bermo and JMM candidate Basant Soren defeated BJP’s Louis marandi from Dumka seat. In the Madhupur by-election held in May 2021, Hafizul Hasan of JMM defeated Ganga Narayan Singh of BJP. Shilpi Neha Tirkey of Congress defeated Gangotri Kujur of BJP in the Mandar by-election held in June 2022. Congress candidate Shilpi Neha Tirkey defeated BJP candidate by 23,517 votes in Mandar assembly by-election. Earlier in the year 2000, Dev Kumar Dhan had won the election in Mandar on a Congress ticket. Since then, the Congress party never got the blessings of the people of Mandar. In the assembly elections from 2005 to 2019, Bandhu Tirkey became an MLA thrice. All three times he won elections from different parties. In 2005, Bandhu Tirkey contested on UGDP ticket, JHJAM in 2009 and JVM in 2019 and won. At the same time, once on a BJP ticket, Gangotri Kujur had won in Mandar in 2014. That is, after 22 years, Congress has got victory in Mandar. the Assembly, the bench said: “On presumptions, can we pass (an order)...”. Then as Kamat urged the court to give his client the liberty to come to the court if there is an attempt to alter the status quo, Justice Surya Kant said: “Do you need our liberty... Let us not create any complications on the basis of apprehensions not founded now.” The top court scheduled the matter for further hearing on July 11. Kamat added that no court has ever granted a stay of disqualification process and the proceedings of the House will be interdicted as he questioned the maintainability of the petitions by Shinde and rebel Shiv Sena MLAs. He made these submissions in a last-ditch effort while the bench was wrapping up the hearing of the petitions by Eknath Shinde and other rebel MLAs of Shiv Sena challenging the disqualification notices issued by the Deputy Speaker to them and also the appointment of Ajay Choudhari as Shiv Sena Legislature Party leader. During the hearing, Kamat said to express no-confidence in the Chief Minister, no reason is to be given “but as far as Speaker is concerned, please see Article 179, the word used is ‘removal’.” Prime Minister Narendra Modi and French President Emmanuel Macron holds a conversation, in Schloss Elmau on Monday. G7 SUMMIT: PM MODI HOLDS TALKS WITH INDONESIA PRESIDENT SCHLOSS ELMAU: On the sidelines of the G7 Summit on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held talks with Indonesian President Joko Widodo to strengthen the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership between both countries. “PM @narendramodi and President @jokowi had a productive meeting. Their talks will add strength to the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership between India and Indonesia,”The office of the Prime Minister said today. “Both leaders also discussed ways to boost connectivity and business linkages,” it added. Indonesia is the first country with which India has adopted a shared vision of maritime cooperation in the Indo-Pacific.