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  • Cooperators hail Kovind as the new President

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    Indian cooperative fraternity has hailed the news of NDA candidate Ram Nath Kovind being elected the country's 14th president. Kovind received 65.6 per cent votes while Meira Kumar got 34.35 per cent. 522 MPs voted for Kovind, while 225 parliamentarians voted for Meira Kumar. Sahakar Bharati Patron Shri Satish Marathe reacted to Indian Cooperative query seeking his reaction on Kovind’s electi ......
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  • LS: Singh bats for 5 hours, yet Congress stages walk out

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    Union Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh participated in a five-hour Lok Sabha debate on farmers’ plight in the country and called it a legacy of the UPA rule. No govt did as much for the rural sector as the NDA with PM himself monitoring the issues, he said. The debate ended in a walk out by the Opposition Congress. Admitting that suicide is a serious issue, Singh however quoted figures ......
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  • Awasthi entourage touches Hindi heartlands

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    “Women’ are greatly active in farming activities and this explains why we promote women cooperatives in a big way”, said IFFCO Managing Director Dr U S Awasthi during his farmers connect campaign in Sirsa city of Haryana on Thursday. After striving to awaken the farmers in the South, East and West India today we have taken plunge along the north India and are going to cover Sirsa and Fate ......
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  • Amreli: Sanghani returns to Hero’s welcome

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    Dileepbhai Sanghani received a hero’s welcome on his return to Amreli after winning the election of Gujcomasol. Thousands of supporters rushed to be the first to garland him even as Sanghani struggled to meet each of them individually. It turned into a mega rally with Sanghani standing in a flower-decked vehicle and traversing the streets of Amreli at a slow pace so that everyone has a chance ......
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  • NCUI stall at Horti Expo draws crowd

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    NCUI's pavilion at the International Agriculture and Horti Expo 2017 held last week at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi was thronged by a large number of visitors and dignitaries. The visiting guests not only appreciated the stalls but also made purchases of organic products, handicraft items, vermi-compost and namkeen products made by the beneficiaries of NCUI Project area, claimed NCUI sources. T ......
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  • Building consumer confidence in dairy co-ops

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    Union Minister for Agriculture Radha Mohan Singh launched National Dairy Development Board “NDDB’s” Quality Mark “Logo” at Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi. Sudarshan Bhagat, Union Minister of State for Agriculture ; Devendra Chaudhry, Secretary, DAHD&F and Dilip Rath, Chairman, National Dairy Development Board were present on the occasion. The Agriculture Minister also presented certific ......
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  • Flat Transfer Premium- An issue of public interest

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    By I C Niak After a long spell of time Flat Transfer Premium (FTP) in the news. It’s matter of   concern for a class of co-operative housing societies 3000 in Mumbai and 20,000 all over the State of Maharashtra,  having buildings on the land belonging to the State Government.  FTP forms part of the State’s list of matters of public interest pursuant to an order passed under 79A(1) of th ......
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  • Welcome, join us, co-ops are open for all

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    By Anthony Murray “We do not leave anybody behind.” If there’s a slogan that encompasses the values that co-operatives adhere to, then that could be a contender. All seven co-op principles revolve around the need to be inclusive and to serve the members of our co-operative community. So it’s no surprise that ‘inclusion’ was this year’s theme for the International Day of Co-o ......
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  • Bye-laws and laws-are they same?

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    By I C Naik Several people wonder whether the Laws and Bye-laws were the same or there is a difference.  Every cooperator must know the distinction between the two and in case of housing societies the committee members must be well versed with registered bye-laws of their housing society. In reality it’s a disaster. “Society Bye laws are not even laws of land!” This is what I wrote on ......
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  • Subsidizing Housing Society Charges - Part 2

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    By IC Naik Probably a fall out, (of my post on “Cooperative Coffee Shop on February 15, 2017) Chairman of one housing society (he may have thought my story was his story in fact) convened a Special General Body Meeting to revisit its billing format to take all decisions incidental thereto if necessary. Calling the meeting to order the Chairman announced ;“It appears, we should revisit th ......
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