Monday, December 16, 2013

Standing Committee (Tourism) on development Inland Waterways





परिवहन, पर्यटन औऱ सांस्कृतिक संबंधी संसदीय स्थायी समिति ने कहा है कि सरकार देश में जलमार्गों का विकास करने में विफल रही है जबकि यह परिवहन का सबसे सस्ता और सुरक्षित माध्यम है।

समिति ने कहा है कि जल परिवहन के जरिये देश पर से तेल आयात बिल का खर्च कम किया जा सकता है। सीताराम येचुरी की अध्यक्षता में, संसद में पेश अपनी 189 वीं रिपोर्ट में समिति ने जलमार्गों के विकास की जमकर वकालत की है। समिति ने कहा है कि देश में नदियों और नहरों के जरिये जल परिवहन की अपार संभावनायें हैं। समिति के मुताबिक जल परिवहन पर्यावरण अनुकूल होने के अलावा सड़क परिवहन से सस्ता है, और इस के जरिये सरकारी कंपनियों का माल भाड़ा खर्च घटाने में मदद मिलेगी और देश में होने वाली सड़क दुर्घटनाओं में भी कमी आयेगी।


Report: Zaigham Murtaza
Anchor: Amritanshu Rai
Video Edit: Vijay, Moon Khan
Rajyasabha Television Productions


Standing Committee (Finance) Report on Benami Transaction (Prohibition) Bill




The Standing Committee on Finance has found many limitations in the Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Bill, 2011. In its report, the committee has suggested to bring some changes in the bill to make it more stringent and give it a proper legal framework support. The committee has also objected on the provisions of the bill which does not regard a transaction to be Benami where close relations are involved.


Report: Zaigham Murtaza

Anchor: Amritanshu Rai
Edit: Moon Khan
Rajyasabha Television Productions



Standing Committee (Industry) Report on Hotel Corporation of India



The Standing Committee on Industry has recognized the poor condition of the Hotel Corporation of India Ltd. (HCIL) and that it requires immediate support. In its report, the committee has expressed hope that the reorganization of HCIL would also benefit Air India.


Reporter/Producer: Zaigham Murtaza

Anchor: Amritanshu Rai
Edit: Mushatq Ali
Rajyasabha Television Productions

Standing Committee (Finance) report on NDPS (amendment) Bill 2011




The Parliamentary Standing Committee on finance has recommended modifications to the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) (Amendment) Bill, 2011 to address the anomalies in the legislation before its enactment. On the proposed death penalty in the bill, the committee has held that it is not only harsh but unlawful as well. 

While agreeing on the necessity of the amendments proposed in the bill, the committee has said that there was a need for having a more comprehensive and broad-based legislation on narcotic and psychotropic substances.


Report: Zaigham Murtaza

Anchor: Amritanshu Rai
Video Editor: Suchita
Rajyasabha Television