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Odisha Conference Report
The 3 day 21st state conference of Odisha state council of the Communist Party of India was concluded on 3rdMarch, 2015 at Sambalpur.Before the commencement of the state conference on March 1st, 2015, a colourful procession was taken out from Sambalpur Railway station that culminated into a huge public meeting at Gangadhar Mandap, the centre of this commercial city. CPI national secretary Amarjeet Kaur, Com. Nagendra Nath Ojha, CEC memver and Com. Prabodh Panda, West Bengal State secretary addressed the public meeting. The public meeting was presided by state secretariate member Khirod Singhdeo. Among those who addressed the gathering were Dibakar Nayak, state secretary, Ashis Kanungo state assistant secretary.Veteran Party leader Prof. Dr. Durga Prasad Nayak  hoisted the Red Flag at Comrade Abani Kumar Baral Nagar (Nari Seva Sadan Hall). The inaugural session of the state conference started after garlanding at the martyr’s column. A presidium consisting Comrades Abhay Sahoo, Kh
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STATUTORY RESOLUTION RE: DISAPPROVAL OF RIGHT TO FAIR COMPENSATION AND TRANSPARENCY IN LAND ACQUISITION, REHABILITION AND RESETTLEMENT (AMENDMENT) ORDINANCE AND THE RIGHT TO FAIR COMPENSATION AND TRANSPARENCY IN LAND ACQUISITION, REHABILITATION AND RESETTLEMENT (AMENDMENT) BILL SHRI C.N. JAYADEVAN (THRISSUR): I beg to move: “That this House disapproves of the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement (Amendment) Ordinance, 2014 (No. 9 of 2014) promulgated by the President on 31st December, 2014.” SHRI. C.N.JAYADEVAN (THRISSUR): Hon. Deputy Speaker, Sir, the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013 was passed almost unanimously in September 2013 replacing the Land Acquisition Act, 1894 after thorough debate, consultations and discussions, both inside and outside the Parliament. Now the NDA Government has promulgated an Ordinance on 31s
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STATUTORY RESOLUTION RE: DISAPPROVAL OF INSURANCE LAWS (AMENDMENT) ORDINANCE AND INSURANCE LAWS (AMENDMENT) BILLSHRI C.N. JAYADEVAN (THRISSUR): I beg to move: “That this House disapproves of the Insurance Laws (Amendment) Ordinance, 2014 (No. 8 of 2014) promulgated by the President on 26th December, 2014. Shri. C.N. JAYADEVAN (THRISSUR): Hon. Deputy-Speaker, Sir, the Insurance Laws (Amendment) Ordinance, 2014 was promulgated on 26th December, 2014 just after a day of the adjournment of the last Winter Session. Actually, Insurance laws (Amendment) Bill, 2014 was already there in the Rajya Sabha which was approved by the Select Committee. But the Government could not take up the Bill for consideration in that House knowing well that there are serious differences about the very motive of passing the Bill allowing to raise the  foreign equity investment cap in insurance sector from 26 per cent to 49 per cent. For the same reason the Insurance Laws (Amendment) Bi
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STATUTORY RESOLUTION DISAPPROVING THE CITIZENSHIP (AMENDMENT) ORDINANCE, 2015 (NO.1 of 2015) AND THE CITIZENSHIP (AMENDMENT) BILL, 2015 SHRI M.P. ACHUTHAN (KERALA): Sir, thank you. I support this Bill. It is a long-pending demand of the overseas Indians, especially of those working in the U.S., Canada, Europe and Australia. This will help them because they need not go to the police station when they come back; visa restrictions also will not be there. I have got one doubt and the Bill is silent about it. If an Overseas Indian Card holder renounces his card and comes back to India, would he be reinstated as an Indian citizen or would there be a gestation period? If so, for how many months or years does he need to wait? Only by getting the citizenship would he get a job in the Government service or contest elections and so on? In order to be reinstated as a citizen, what is the period? Is it one year or five years? This Bill is silent about it. I think, the Minister will be



 
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