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Contracts and agreements with staffing agencies will need to be reviewed to ensure that the potential joint bargaining obligations are addressed and responsibility assigned to the appropriate parties.600 Crore. download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe flexible monitoring application?Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 5 even after all this,said: ? 2011 9:37 pm Related News Amidst tight security, The prospectus/publications of the institute must also include details of the Act, it says The anti-ragging Act also says that if the head of an educational institute fails or neglects to take appropriate action when a ragging complaint is madethey will be deemed to have abetted the offence of ragging and will also be punished on conviction For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Man Aman Singh Chhina | Updated: June 7 2017 8:02 am Punjab Power Corporation Chief A Venu Prasad (Express Photo) Top News With the summer heat peaking high and the paddy sowing season approaching frequent power breakdowns are being reported from rural as well as urban areas in Punjab The chairman-and-managing director of Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) A Venu Prasad tells Indian Express that a lack of robustness in distribution system is the cause of breakdowns Just a few months into the new government people have already started saying that the power situation was better during the SAD-BJP government’s rule Why This year there have been breakdowns because of very high temperatures Otherwise as far as power supply situation is concerned we are self-sufficient If you compare the present figures outages are less than last year Today our generation capacity is 11000 MW and the consumption is only 8000 MW So we still have surplus power in the state The breakdowns are taking place because of faulty distribution systems The upgrade has not taken place the public too do not declare their actual load leading to overloading of transformers We require more of underground cabling which is expensive Recently we started this process in Ludhiana but a few days ago the underground cable was damaged by a JCB digging on the spot as a result the entire city was affected Similar damage also took place in Mullanpur-Kharar area There is lack of proper coordination But we will do this in phases in a slow manner The power grid too faced a failure recently though it was rectified soon We have hired 2000 persons specially for the paddy season to resolve breakdown complaints As the paddy sowing season is about to begin and the CM has committed eight hours uninterrupted power supply to the farmers would you be able to meet that target Yes we will be able to deliver as asked Last year our total generation capacity was 13650 MW against which the maximum demand recorded during paddy sowing season was 11408 MW Out of out total capacity we cannot used 2000 MW because the Talwandi Sabo plant is closed due to a fire incident The GVK plant with 500 MW capacity has also not started yet so we will have around 11000 MW generation capacity on ground and there will be a gap of 500MW To meet this shortfall we have arranged from other sources such as Himachal Pradesh Jammu and Kashmir and apart from that we will purchase if required at the peak of the season which usually lasts for one or two days from the power exchange What is the financial position of PSPCL now It is understood that the previous government left it in a bad shape We have a loan portfolio of around Rs 30000 crore debt Last year we incurred a loss of around Rs 2300 crore and the accumulated losses over a period of time are Rs 5000 crore This year we expect to minimise the transmission and distribution losses by around three per cent We can gain nearly Rs 750 crore by doing that Checking the theft and promptly attending to the outages will also help to generate more revenue This year the temperatures are very high We have recorded the highest ever sale on a single day at 1804 lakh units The average against this is 1600 lakh units As the sale is more the billing will increase too There has been criticism on the agreements signed with the private power generators as you are paying them fixed charges even when you do not purchase power Your comments Well these are the PPAs signed In one way they are good one way they are bad When When there is no power in summer they are very good when we are surplus in power we have to pay the fix charges This is the standard national practice and nothing unique to Punjab it is there in Gujarat Maharashtra etc To give an example if you have brought an air conditioner in installments will you not pay the installment in winters even though you do not use it in winters So here also it is the same thing But with increased power demand in the next one or two years the payment of the fixed charges will be resolved Roughly two lakh new connections are added in a year and these new consumers also consume more power The only thing is that in Punjab we have a bell-shaped load curve Four months in a year we have power problem and eight months we are surplus The plant load factor of the state-run power plants is abnormally low How do you plan to resolve this Yes it is very much on the lower side We are planning to close the Bathinda thermal plant and redistribute the staff and there will be no retrenchment The average cost of running the Bathinda almost comes to Rs 13 a unit We will use the land at Bathinda for setting up a solar power plant We have to plan for 2021-22 when the Centre says there will be a power deficit position So we will have the Bathinda solar plant up by then For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by MANOJ MORE Nisha Nambiar | Malin | Published: July 30 2016 1:40 am Rudra the youngest survivor before the second anniversary of the tragedy File Photo Top News He was barely three months old when Rudra Machchindra Lembhe was pulled out along with his mother a good eight hours after tragedy struck Malin and the two were trapped under the mudslide In no time Rudra was hailed as the “miracle baby” drawing the attention of the world with the global media highlighting the plight of the duo before their miraculous rescue Two years later as Malin is set to mark the second anniversary of the tragedy worst in the history of the Pune district the shock on the faces of the Malin villagers seem to have eased just a bit as they go about their daily routine but the memories of their near and dear ones continue to haunt them Amidst the gloomy scenario it is Rudra who seems to make them forget their tragedy as he runs around the temporary sheds set up for 40 aggrieved families When The Indian Express team visited Malin a day before the second anniversary Rudra was at the site of the temporary sheds mouthing words like “zzzoomm” and “baju hata (move away)” He was riding his tricycle Moments later he sauntered into his house and again was out of it even as his mother asked him to return Rudra then slipped into the house of his neighbours and out of it to evade being caught by the neighbour’s daughter “Throughout the day he is like this only There are hardly any kids of his age So he keeps playing all alone moving in and out of the homes of our neighbours” says his mother Pramila Lembhe Dilip Lembhe a neighbour adds “But we don’t mind his naughtiness In fact no one seems to mind what Rudra does We all laugh at his antics Everyone knows who he is and the world too knows about him” Komal a collegian says “Rudra is most of the times laughing or smiling You will hardly find him crying And along with him the people here can also be spotted enjoying a few moments” Watch Video: What’s making news Another neighbour says “We can’t forget the tragedy that has befallen us When visitors come we speak our mind and feel a little relieved Most of the times we look up to our children and enjoy their playful acts Kids like Rudra keep us going…” Pramila Lembhe who has given birth to a second child three months ago shares a fact about the tragedy “I don’t remember telling this to anybody I could not give water neither breast-feed Rudra for eight hours It was impossible to do so as one of my hands was under the mud and with another I was holding Rudra… Also the furniture and utensils had fallen on my back My head was bent and it remained like that all the time Therefore I could not breast-feed Rudra though he kept crying on and off” said Pramila She and Rudra were pulled out around 4 pm at least 8 hours after the tragedy Her in-laws too survived the tragedy as they were close to the door Her husband was away in Pune when the tragedy occurred Rudra goes to a local nursery and there too he makes everyone including his classmates run around “He wants ‘Kurkures’ and biscuits with him But does not want to share them with anyone” says Pramila adding that the family might put him in an English-medium school “I am aware and so is my family about Rudra being called the miracle baby by the world” she adds For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News

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