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Moeen Ali? who had allowed their Christian, download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi:?The CBI has unearthed Rs 396 crore of alleged slush funds in 84 cases registered by it relating to illicit currency exchange that took place after the government announced demonetisation of Rs 1000 and Rs 500 notes a year ago the agency said on Wednesday The 84 cases which also include seven preliminary inquiries related to the fraudulent exchange of demonetised notes at commercial banks co-operative banks post offices railways and insurance company it said Representational image AFP The CBI claimed that it was ensured that every information related to such violation of laws should be entertained and examined and if required cases should be registered The agency received 92 complaints from the general public which reported such illegal exchanges in various organisations it said "Some private individuals were nabbed with huge amounts of new currency Since the restrictions on individuals in terms of withdrawals of a new currency the investigation is to find out how they could come in possession of such amounts" CBI spokesperson Abhishek Dayal said Written by Debjani Paul | Published: August 6 2012 1:42 am Top News Through his short filmPune’s Sanyog Mohite aims to create awareness about environment His films have been featured across the worldat GreeceSpainUKUSABrazil and the Czech Republic and have been broadcasted by national television networks such as Doordarshan and ABP Majha What Sanyog Mohite is most proud of howeveris the fact that with these filmshe is doing his bit to save the world 29-year-old Mohite makes short films on the environment on subjects such as saving trees andsaving the world’s forests His first two films’Do You and Now You’have earned acclaim at Indian and international film festivals for their simple approach to environment protection The films are part of a trilogycalled the ‘You Trilogy’the last of which Mohite is in the process of completing “When I made the first movie’Do You’and saw how people responded to itI decided I’d follow with two more movies and make it a trilogy Now I have finished making the last film in the series – ‘It’s You’ and it’s like I’ve come a full circle” he says The movies are as short as a minute to three minutes and have all been made keeping children in mind “I think it’s important to tell children to plant trees and protect the environment It should become a key value in their lives” he explains Mohite was inspired by his neighbour’s children who had once told him not to tear a leaf “I thoughteven a child understands the importance of protecting plants It’s only adults who pollute the worldcut down trees and destroy the environment This is the message I’m trying to put across to people” he adds Mohite is also in the process of completing another short filmthis time about jungles The filmcalled ‘The Cage’is Mohite’s attempt to widen the topics he covers in his environmental films “It’s actually by popular demand A lot of people said that I should widen my scope and speak about protecting jungles too” he says Mohite plans to distribute the two new movies along with the older ones at different schools and festivals in India and plans to submit them as entries to national and international film festivals from the next month onwards Despite the evident popularity of his moviesMohite does not charge any money for screenings and instead distributes the movies to different schools and NGOs “I made the movies with a handy-cam and barely spent Rs 150 on them Why would I charge people money then Besidesthe whole point of the movies is to send a social message across” he explains “It thrills me when I think of how many children I have reached through my movies Thousands of children have seen it in India alone and many others in Greece and other countries have seen it as well This is enough reward for me” he adds Mohite is lavish with praise for all the people who have helped him with the movies “Ketan Hendre and Harshad Mehendale helped with cameraworkediting and the music and didn’t charge me either The children in the movieYuval and Miteesha Gulati and Rayoji Patil were also extremely enthusiastic and didn’t even have to be coached on the lines or the acting These movies have helped me discover that there are a lot of good people willing to help others in the world To find these good peopleyou just have to take the first step” Mohite says For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: July 16 2013 3:28 am Related News In spite of having one of the highest per capita incomes in the countrythe salaried male workforce in Gujarat is the most poorly paidaccording to the latest employment and unemployment figures from the 68th round of survey carried out by the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) The salaried male workforce in Gujarat gets a daily wage of Rs 311 which is the lowest compared to all the other states This wage is not only lower than the national average of Rs 417it is also a far cry from Mizoram where salaried men are paid Rs 801 (the highest in the country)states the survey The conditions of salaried female workforce in the state is no better The average daily salary of a woman in Gujarat stands at Rs 241 This is lower than the national average of Rs 307 and is two times lower than Rs 653 earned by their counterparts in Delhi (highest in country) The salary of women in Gujarat is only a shade better than those in the states of Andhra Pradesh (Rs 238)Bihar (Rs 237)Chhattisgarh (225) and West Bengal (235) These figures come as a surprise for Gujarat which is among the top 10 states in the country in terms of annual per capita income growth and where per capita income (at constant prices) stands at Rs 57508far above the national average of Rs 38037 According to the NSSO figuresGujarat is among the top five states having the maximum number of employable population in the age group of 15-59 Ithoweverends up being a back-bencher when it comes to the quantum of remuneration paid As far as casual labourers in Gujarat are concernedtheir average daily wages are far lower than those of their salaried counterparts A male casual labourer (engaged in activities other than public works) working in rural parts of the state earns just Rs 115 This is far lower than the national average of Rs 149 (rural) and is only higher than the predominantly tribal states of Chhattisgarh (Rs 89) and Madhya Pradesh (107) In comparisona female casual labourer in rural Gujarat earns Rs 105which is more than the national average of Rs 103 for rural parts of the country Interestinglyher urban counterpart working in the cities of Gujarat earns only Rs 88 per day A male casual labourer in Kerala earns the highest daily wage (Rs 345) among all the states in the rural parts of the countrywhile his female counterpart in Mizoram (Rs 363) earns the highest among the fairer sex For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: October 23 2012 1:05 am Related News A 28-year-old housewifeclutching her two-year-old daughterjumped from the 18th floor of a Kandivali (West) building on Monday afternoon Officers of Kandivali police station said that the womanKritika Patelleft a suicide note stating that she was taking the drastic step as she was unable to keep her family happy Police said Kritika lived with her husband Kaushal (30)an employee of a supervisor with a builderher daughter Jainiand her in-laws at Roopnagar on S V Road The family shifted to another flat in Shankar Galli nearby after Roopnagar was evacuated for redevelopment The builder was to allot the family an apartment on the 18th floor in Roopnagar The police said around 130 pm on MondayKritika went to Roopnagar after picking Jaini up from playschool She told the watchman that she had to come to check the progress Kritika then went to the 18th floor apartmentkept her purse aside and removed the girls school bag She then called her father and brotherbut did not give them any indication that she was unhappypolice said Around 230 pmKritika jumped from the balcony of the flat with the childand fell on the parking space on the fifth floor We found her mobile phone in the hand bag and a handwritten suicide note in Gujarati inside the phones cover? 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