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CM flags off hi-tech ambulance service
Shimla, December 25
The ambulances parked on the Ridge in Shimla which were flagged off by Chief Minister PK Dhumal on Saturday With the launching of the first phase of the modern emergency response services covering six districts, here today, the people living in the interior areas of the hill state will not be denied timely medical treatment.
The ambulances parked on the Ridge in Shimla which were flagged off by Chief Minister PK Dhumal on Saturday. Photo: Amit Kanwar

Bindal opens centre at Solan
Solan, December 25
Health and Ayurveda Minister Dr Rajiv Bindal inaugurated a call centre here today which would make available first ever free ambulance services to the people of the state.

Industrial package partially restored
Shimla, December 25
Partially accepting the state’s demand for restoration of the industrial package up to March 2013, the Centre has expanded the scope for excise duty exemption to the units set up after March 31, 2010, the cut-off date for withdrawal of exemption.


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Tourists throng Shimla to celebrate Christmas on Saturday White Xmas eludes Shimla
Shimla, December 25
Instead of a “white Christmas” a crystal clear sky greeted residents and tourists as snow again eluded the “Queen of Hills”. There was not even a trace of cloud in the morning, though light clouds appeared in the western horizon by the evening, there was a little possibility of snow. In fact, snow has been eluding the erstwhile British summer capital on Christmas and New Year for the past more than a decade but it matters little to the winter revellers who make beeline to the hill station during this time of the year.


Tourists throng Shimla to celebrate Christmas on Saturday. Photo: Amit Kanwar

Cong suspends 16 rebels
Shimla, December 25
Cracking the whip on the rebels, the Congress today suspended 16 party men, mostly office-bearers of the district units, who were contesting elections to the urban local bodies against the official party candidates.

Sujanpur nagar panchayat poll to be a keen contest
Hamirpur, December 25
With BJP MLA from Hamirpur, Urmil Thakur, and former Congress MLA Anita Verma taking keen interest in Sujanpur nagar panchayat election, the contest here is virtually turning out to be a trial of strength between the two leaders.

BJP intimidating employees for votes: Congress
Nurpur,December 25
The state Congress general secretary Ajay Mahajan has accused the BJP of intimidating government employees for casting in the favour of BJP candidates in the local municipal council (MC) elections.

Carrying of arms banned
Bilaspur, December 25
District Magistrate-cum-Deputy Commissioner Nandita Gupta has passed an order banning carrying of arms and ammunitions and explosives throughout the district under Section 144 of the IPC.

parking violation
Cops challan selective vehicles in Mandi
Mandi, December 25
Even as as the actual violators of traffic rules go scot-free, the ASI incharge of traffic is targetting vehicles with numbers other than Mandi, challaning them for the so-called "idle parking" in front of the office of the Deputy Director Information and Public Relations (DDIPR). The victims include mediapersons and DDIPR staff.

Two killed in mishaps
Bilaspur, December 25
Two persons died in two separate accidents at Naina Devi yesterday, 90 km from here. Avtar Singh (20), son of Julfi Ram, was killed as he fell from a tractor which he was riding near Ghwandal during the night.

3.13 quintals of onion seized
Chamba, December 25
A team of officials headed by district controller of the Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Department PC Sharma inspected various parts of the town on Friday and recovered a stock of 3.13 quintals of onion from a wholesale trader at Baloo on the outskirts of the town. The trader also did not have any bill of the stock.

Uhal-III hydel project gets costlier for state
Mandi, December 25
The 100-MW Uhal-III hydropower project, being executed by the state-run Beas Valley Power Corporation (BVPC) in Jogindernagar on the Uhal river, is three years behind its schedule. The delay in turn, has doubled the cost of the project from Rs 431 crore estimated in 2002 to Rs 940 crore by December 2012 when the first unit of the project will be commissioned.

College lecturers for implementation of poll protocol
Kangra, December 25
Senior lecturers of MCM DAV College, Kangra, here were demanding implemention of the protocol during panchayat and urban body elections, as they had been appointed presiding officers and would be working under schoolteachers.

Activists of the CPM protest against price rise of essential commodities outside the DC office in Shimla on Saturday CPM protest against price rise
Shimla, December 25
Activists of the CPM today staged a dharna in front of the deputy commissioner’s office here to protest against the anti-people policies of the government responsible for unprecedented rise in the prices of essential commodities.


Activists of the CPM protest against price rise of essential commodities outside the DC office in Shimla on Saturday. Photo: Amit Kanwar

Preservation of traditional crops stressed
Chamba, December 25
As many as 137 krishak mitras have so far been selected in Chamba district, said Deputy Commissioner of Chamba Devesh Kumar, while presiding over a meeting of the Agricultural Technology Management Agency (ATMA) here yesterday.

 

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CM flags off hi-tech ambulance service
Rakesh Lohumi
Tribune News Service

Shimla, December 25
With the launching of the first phase of the modern emergency response services covering six districts, here today, the people living in the interior areas of the hill state will not be denied timely medical treatment in case of emergencies. The service will be extended to the entire state, including the landlocked tribal areas, by March 2011.

The service will be available round the clock and free of cost. All that a needy patient requires to do is contact Emergency Response Centre by dialling the toll free number 108. The centre manned by staff, including doctors and police personnel, specially trained to handle emergencies will virtually takeover from there and take care of everything right from sending ambulance, providing emergency treatment during transportation and taking the patient to a hospital best suited for treatment depending on the type of emergency.

The centre, which tracks all ambulances equipped with GPS (global positioning system), will send the vehicle stationed at the nearest point to the location of the patient. On average it will reach the patient in 25 minutes in the urban areas and 35 minutes in the rural areas. The doctors at the centre will also help in deciding the hospital where best possible treatment will be available and a decision in this regard will be taken with the consent of the patient.

Keen to start the service on the birthday of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Chief Minister PK Dhumal took special permission from the state election commission for the formal launch in view the elections to the panchayat and the urban local bodies. The service has been named as the “Atal Swasthya Sewa” after the former Prime Minister.

In the first phase, 50 ambulances have been made operational to cover Shimla, Bilaspur, Hamirpur, Una, Solan and Sirmaur. The emergencies include delivery cases, snakebite, accidents, cardiac and respiratory distress and other ailments which require immediate medical care. The ambulances have on board life-saving equipment like automatic external defibrillators, pulse oxymeter, oxygen supply, nebulisers, suction machine, glucometer, electronic blood pressure measuring apparatus, five types of stretchers and splints, extraction kit, medicines and IV fluids. Out of the total 108 ambulances 25 will have additional advanced life support equipment like multi-para monitor. The driver, called pilot, was trained to handle emergencies for which he would be assisted by a trained paramedical.

Chief Executive Officer of the GVK EMRI Venkat Changavalli said his organisation was operating 2,676 ambulances, with an average of 4.5 trips per day, and had provided emergency services to over one crore persons to save 2.8 lakh lives. In Himachal there was an ambulance for a population of about 70,000, which would further come down to about 50,000 after the completion of second phase, as compared to over one lakh in other states. The ambulances were equipped to handle 42 types of emergencies.

  • 50 ambulances made operational to cover Shimla, Bilaspur, Hamirpur, Una, Solan and Sirmaur
  • On average an ambulance will reach a person in 25 minutes in the urban areas and 35 minutes in the rural areas
  • The service will be extended to the entire state by March 2011

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Bindal opens centre at Solan
Ambika Sharma

Solan, December 25
Health and Ayurveda Minister Dr Rajiv Bindal inaugurated a call centre here today which would make available first ever free ambulance services to the people of the state.

Dr Bindal said this was part of their commitment to improve health facilities for the common man and in the first phase 50 ambulances would be made available to the people which would benefit people from six districts. These services would be expanded for the remaining district and 50 more ambulances would be made available in the near future which would facilitate districts like Kangra, Chamba and Mandi.

Dr Bindal inspected the call centre which would provide 24-hour free services.

The facility was being handled by a private company GVK which would open its head office at Dharampur. It would, however, run its office from Rabon on the Solan-Kumarhatti road for a few days. Equipped with global positioning systems the location of these ambulances could be easily known.

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Industrial package partially restored
Tribune News Service

Shimla, December 25
Partially accepting the state’s demand for restoration of the industrial package up to March 2013, the Centre has expanded the scope for excise duty exemption to the units set up after March 31, 2010, the cut-off date for withdrawal of exemption.

According to the latest decision, full excise duty exemption will be available on capacity expansion undertaken by the units set up before the stipulated date.

The exemption will be available to all products manufactured by such units even if they install the plant and machinery and other capital goods after the cut-off date. However, the period of exemption will remain 10 years from the day the unit started commercial production.

Chief Minister PK Dhumal welcomed the partial restoration of the package but said the state would continue to pursue its case for not only restoration of the package granted by the NDA regime but also demand its extension to 2020 on the pattern of northeast states.

The package was originally granted for 10 years (up to March 31, 2013), but the UPA government curtailed the benefit of excise duty exemption to March 31, 2010.

The state had been pursuing the matter ever since and a high-level delegation led by Dhumal had early this year met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to restore the excise duty exemption.

The state Vidhan Sabha had passed a resolution demanding extension of the package up to 2020 as in the case of northeast states where the package was granted in 1997 for a period of 10 years but had been extended to 2017.

He said Union Minister for Commerce and Industry Anand Sharma had recommended extension of the package, however, but there was no positive result.

He was now a member of the Rajya Sabha and had got several mega projects sanctioned for his adopted state, he should also make similar efforts for his native state.

Referring to the Congress charge that the model code of conduct was being violated, Dhumal said senior leaders like Kaul Singh should not make general statements that ministers were misusing government vehicles for campaigning. The fact was that they were moving in taxis and the government did not organised any public function to launch the Atal Swasthya Sewa and the service was formally launched from Shimla, where election was not being held, after obtaining permission from the state election commission.

  • The package was originally granted for 10 years up to March 31, 2013, but the UPA government curtailed the benefit of excise duty exemption to March 31, 2010
  • Full excise duty exemption will be available on capacity expansion undertaken by the units set up before the stipulated date.
  • The exemption will be available to all products manufactured by such units even if they install the plant and machinery and other capital goods after the cut-off date.

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White Xmas eludes Shimla
Rakesh Lohumi
Tribune News Service

Shimla, December 25
Instead of a “white Christmas” a crystal clear sky greeted residents and tourists as snow again eluded the “Queen of Hills”.

There was not even a trace of cloud in the morning, though light clouds appeared in the western horizon by the evening, there was a little possibility of snow.

In fact, snow has been eluding the erstwhile British summer capital on Christmas and New Year for the past more than a decade but it matters little to the winter revellers who make beeline to the hill station during this time of the year.

In the recent years, it has become a fashion with the people living in plains to celebrate Christmas and New Year eve in the hills and they head for the nearest destination. The hotels record good occupancy for the period in the otherwise lean winter months and all those connected with the tourist trade make a fast buck. However, the rush of tourists, which lasts about a fortnight in the normal course, is extended if the weather god obliges with timely snow.

Like previous years the state capital is overflowing with tourists and hotels are almost full to the capacity. In the absence of snow the holiday revellers have the option of enjoy ice skating at Asia’s oldest natural ice skating rink. The clear weather with low average temperatures has provided ideal conditions for water to freeze naturally. As a result, the season has been good so far and already 34 sessions have been held.

Snow has become increasingly scarce due to rapid environmental degradation, a consequence of excessive construction and deforestation. It hardly snows in December nowadays and what little snow the hill station receives mostly comes in February. Last year, it virtually experienced a snow-less winter. Not only that even the nearby Kufri, which used to host winter games until two decades ago, hardly receives any snow. Earlier, the tourists rushed to Kufri, which invariably received snow during peak winter.

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Cong suspends 16 rebels
Tribune News Service

Shimla, December 25
Cracking the whip on the rebels, the Congress today suspended 16 party men, mostly office-bearers of the district units, who were contesting elections to the urban local bodies against the official party candidates.

The party had given the deadline of December 23 for retiring from the contest in favour of the official candidate. These candidates refused to withdraw from the electoral arena, while 50 other rebels bowed following the direction of the party high command. The party had authorised the district units to suspend the recalcitrant party men and submit their cases to state Congress president Kaul Singh for approval.

Kaul Singh today duly approved the action taken by the district units to suspend the rebels who were working against the party interests.

He said since the election was being held on party symbol the errant party men would be subsequently expelled for a period six years as per the party constitution.

He said the party was keeping a close watch on the party men who were working against the official candidates. He asked all such party men to come out in support of the candidates failing which he would be constrained to take disciplinary action against them.

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Sujanpur nagar panchayat poll to be a keen contest
Dharam Prakash Gupta/TNS

Hamirpur, December 25
With BJP MLA from Hamirpur, Urmil Thakur, and former Congress MLA Anita Verma taking keen interest in Sujanpur nagar panchayat election, the contest here is virtually turning out to be a trial of strength between the two leaders.

While Urmil Thakur is holding the command of the BJP candidates campaign at Sujanpur, for the Congress candidates, Anita Verma is making efforts to secure victory.

The Congress-backed candidate had gained majority in the last election by winning six wards and, Manoj Thakur was elected president of Sujanpur nagar panchayat when the Congress was in power in the state, and Anita Verma was the MLA. However, the equation has changed this time and the BJP is in power and Urmil Thakur is the MLA.

The election for Sujanpur nagar panchayat is very important for both the leaders as Sujanpur has been created as a new assembly constituency after the last delimitation, and both the leaders are eyeing this constituency for the next assembly elections.

Anita Verma and Urmil Thakur had been relying on support from Sujanpur and the adjoining area even when this area was part of Hamirpur assembly constituency. After the merger of the present Bamsan assembly constituency represented by Chief Minister PK Dhumal, he would also have to contest from a new constituency and most probably it will be from Hamirpur.

In this situation, Urmil Thakur is likely to be shifted to Sujanpur constituency.

In this context, the outcome of the present election for Sujanpur nagar panchayat is quite significant for both Thakur and Verma. Moreover, election this time is being contested directly for the posts of president and vice-president and on party symbol.

While Urmil Thakur is managing the campaign of the BJP candidates here, Anita Verma is making efforts to put the Congress house in order, which is facing rebellion for the posts of president and vice-president.

While the BJP has fielded Shashi Mahajan for the post of president and Desh Raj for vice-president, the Congress has fielded Manoj Thakur for the post of president and Onkar Swaroop for vice-president.

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BJP intimidating employees for votes: Congress
Our Correspondent

Nurpur,December 25
The state Congress general secretary Ajay Mahajan has accused the BJP of intimidating government employees for casting in the favour of BJP candidates in the local municipal council (MC) elections.

In a statement here today he said the employees were being threatened with transfers which was an undemocratic act. Mahajan, who had also contested the last assembly poll from Nurpur assembly constituency, asserted that the efforts of BJP leaders would be foiled and the Congress would also submit a complaint to the state election commission.

He also objected to the deputing of government employees hailing from one MC ward to other wards of the MC for conducting elections, and added that efforts were also being made to provide ballot papers to the employees on duty for casting their votes in the MC elections.

“The use of paper ballot papers will put a question mark on the secrecy of their votes,” he rued.

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Carrying of arms banned
Our Correspondent

Bilaspur, December 25
District Magistrate-cum-Deputy Commissioner Nandita Gupta has passed an order banning carrying of arms and ammunitions and explosives throughout the district under Section 144 of the IPC.

The order comes into force immediately with a view to maintaining peace and law and order during the panchayati raj elections and would continue till the completion of the election process.

Another such order lists holidays for liquor vends and contractors and prohibition on sale of liquor throughout the district due to the elections. The liquor shops would remain closed for 48 hours earlier to the polling, the order specified. The panchayati raj elections will be held in three phases in the district here on December 28 and 30 and January 1 and 3 while the counting process for the election of zila parishad, panchayat samiti and local bodies will be held on January 4.

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parking violation
Cops challan selective vehicles in Mandi
Kuldeep Chauhan/TNS

Mandi, December 25
Even as as the actual violators of traffic rules go scot-free, the ASI incharge of traffic is targetting vehicles with numbers other than Mandi, challaning them for the so-called "idle parking" in front of the office of the Deputy Director Information and Public Relations (DDIPR). The victims include mediapersons and DDIPR staff.

The traffic cops here are challaning selectively private vehicles of mediapersons and public relations staff for parking in front of the office of the Deputy Director, Information and Public Relations (DDIPR), Mandi, as these have number plates from Shimla, Kullu and Solan.

On the other hand, the traffic inspector spared local three wheelers, private vehicles of LIC staff which block the parking lot meant for the public relations staff and the press in the backyard of the DC office complex almost everyday. “I had parked my vehicle in front of my office but the ASI (traffic) challaned my car for parking violation a few days back”, rued Jaipal, a senior assistant at the DDIPR. “I had to pay Rs 100 for no fault of mine”, he complained.

Similarly, Balbir Singh, an employee at the DPRO rued that the parking lot was blocked by the vehicles belonging to the LIC staff and he had to park the car in front of the office, but the ASI challaned his car as it had Kullu number plate.

But when the DDIPR staff called the ASI to challan the vehicles of the LIC staff blocking the parking lot of their office, he refused to do so saying it was not his duty to remove the vehicles.

On the other hand, the LIC staff rue that their office functions in the private building which offers no parking for them.

When the matter was brought to the notice of the Superintendent of Police ,Mandi, DP Prasad, he said, “I am not aware of this problem, but I will enquire into the matter and take action if the traffic ASI is doing like this”.

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Two killed in mishaps
Our Correspondent

Bilaspur, December 25
Two persons died in two separate accidents at Naina Devi yesterday, 90 km from here.

Avtar Singh (20), son of Julfi Ram, was killed as he fell from a tractor which he was riding near Ghwandal during the night.

Some passengers who were also travelling on the same route rushed him to Ghwandal dispensary from where he was referred to Anandpur Sahib hospital, but he was declared brought dead there.

The tractor driver had fled from the scene along with the vehicle after Avtar fell on the ground from the tractor and was suspected dead. The police has registered a case and is investigating into the matter.

Meanwhile, in another accident an unidentified youth was found injured by some women below the hilltop near the Naina Devi shrine ropeway early this morning. He cried for water. When the women returned with water after some time to help him, the youth had already breathed his last.

The police has brought his body for a post-mortem examination after registering a case and is trying to establish his identity. It is suspected that the youth might have fallen from the hilltop during early morning hours.

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3.13 quintals of onion seized
Our Correspondent

Chamba, December 25
A team of officials headed by district controller of the Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Department PC Sharma inspected various parts of the town on Friday and recovered a stock of 3.13 quintals of onion from a wholesale trader at Baloo on the outskirts of the town. The trader also did not have any bill of the stock.

The district controller seized the stock of onions amounting to Rs 14,711 and registered a case against the trader.

Moreover, a fine of Rs 3,000 had also been realised from the defaulter traders selling polythene, the district controller said; adding that the campaign of such raids against the black-marketers and profiteers would continue following the government directions.

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Uhal-III hydel project gets costlier for state
Kuldeep Chauhan
Tribune News Service

Mandi, December 25
The 100-MW Uhal-III hydropower project, being executed by the state-run Beas Valley Power Corporation (BVPC) in Jogindernagar on the Uhal river, is three years behind its schedule. The delay in turn, has doubled the cost of the project from Rs 431 crore estimated in 2002 to Rs 940 crore by December 2012 when the first unit of the project will be commissioned.

Though the project was supposed to be completed in 2009, the sluggish pace of work has pushed up the per megawatt cost of the project to Rs 9.41 crore that has made it one of the costliest projects in the state.

The 124-MW Larji project on the Beas river in Mandi is also one of the costliest projects executed by the government-run Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board, said hydropower experts.

In contrast, the 192-MW Allaian-Duhangan project in Kullu district executed by the Rajasthan Spinning Mills, a private company, costs between Rs 9 crore and Rs 10 crore per megawatt”, the experts informed. “But Uhal project has crossed all records as the cost may go up if the BVPC does not meet the revised deadline”, they added.

But the corporation has laid the blame of the delay on the contractors as the corporation has already changed two contractors for the 9.4-km long tunnel work before it recently allotted the construction to the new contractor on October 15.

The Uhal project ran into controversy twice as the contractors constructing the tunnel failed to give the targeted performance to the corporation. Besides, the staff shortage, cost of labour and material resources, and corruption in execution of the works further delayed the project and pushed up its cost from Rs 431 crore in 2002 to Rs 941 crore revised at the 2008 prices, revealed insiders.

The experts said the cost per megawatt was project-specific as the cost was determined mainly by two crucial factors. “The higher the discharge and lower the head, the higher the cost. In case of Uhal these factors are placed at medium level and there is no reason why the cost should have gone so high”, they added.

The Managing Director, BVPC, Ajay Gupta, said the major factors responsible for the delay and cost escalation included the increase in labour and material costs. “The cost calculation was based on 2002 price level, whereas the project works were awarded in 2008”.

Gupta explained that they had to acquire 500 bighas of private land thereby delaying the project further. “The contractor constructing the tunnel was rescinded twice due to non-performance”, he explained.

Gupta said they had awarded the tunnel work to Abhir Infrastructure on October 15 and expected the company to complete it in September, 2012. “We hope it will be commissioned in December 2012 as we have completed 70 per cent of work”, he added.

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College lecturers for implementation of poll protocol
Tribune News Service

Kangra, December 25
Senior lecturers of MCM DAV College, Kangra, here were demanding implemention of the protocol during panchayat and urban body elections, as they had been appointed presiding officers and would be working under schoolteachers.

In a letter to the returning officer ( Panchayat) here, five senior college lecturers of the MCM DAV College, Dr Naresh Kumar Sharma, Dr Nanak Chand, Prof Kapil Vaid, Prof Sanjeev Sharma and Prof Sanjeev Kumar, alleged that schoolteachers and lecturers were appointed as assistant returning officers (AROs) whereas the lecturers of colleges were appointed as presiding officers to work under them.

The five complainants alleged that it was a humiliation for them to work under those who were much junior to them, and some schoolteachers had even been their students when they studied in the college.

They said they were prepared to perform their poll duties but the authorities must adhere to ethics and protocol. They demanded that the Deputy Commissioner, Kangra, RS Gupta, should intervene and appoint them as assistant returning officers and depute them to any area the authorities feel feasible.

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CPM protest against price rise
Tribune News Service

Shimla, December 25
Activists of the CPM today staged a dharna in front of the deputy commissioner’s office here to protest against the anti-people policies of the government responsible for unprecedented rise in the prices of essential commodities.

General secretary of the district unit of the party Sanjay Chauhan blamed both the Congress-led UPA regime at the Centre and the Dhumal Government in the state for the woes of the people who were reeling under the impact of spiralling prices. The policies like deregulation of petrol prices, ill-advised exports and indefensible subsidies provided earlier to companies exporting sugar and onions, aimed to benefit the big players, had been responsible for the rising inflation. The value of onions exported was up by 26 per cent over the previous year and as a result some big trading companies and hoarders were making huge profits at the cost of the common man.

The Centre still refused to ban future trading in essential commodities, including wheat and potatoes, and was now reportedly considering lifting the ban on future trade in sugar too.

The BJP government in the state had also failed to control the prices of essential commodities, including foodgrain and vegetables. The price lists were no longer being displayed in shops and retailers were charging different prices for every commodity in various markets. The government had failed to implement the Essential Commodities Act giving a free hand to traders to exploit the consumers.

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Preservation of traditional crops stressed
Our Correspondent

Chamba, December 25
As many as 137 krishak mitras have so far been selected in Chamba district, said Deputy Commissioner of Chamba Devesh Kumar, while presiding over a meeting of the Agricultural Technology Management Agency (ATMA) here yesterday.

The DC said the ATMA was an ambitious project being implemented in the district envisaging agricultural transformation by using latest techniques in collaboration with agriculture and other allied departments.

He said the farmer schools would play a significant role in bringing agricultural revolution. He emphasised the need for preserving the traditional crops of the district which would go a long way in boosting the cultivation of organic farming. He said organic farming could redeem the human race from various ailments.

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