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WTO Notified Draft Standards for Meat   Fish   Proprietary Foods New Delhi India 9 1 2017

WTO Notified Draft Standards for Meat Fish Proprietary Foods New Delhi India 9 1 2017

On August 16, 2017, Government of India notified to the World Trade Organization (WTO) Draft Food Safety and Standards Amendment Regulations 2017 (Food Products Standards and Food Additives) related to meat and meat products, fish and fisheries products, and proprietary foods. The deadline for comments is October 15, 2017.

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Index of /enm/images/dokumen

Index of /enm/images/dokumen

We organise activities on Export - Import Promotion, SME Development, Industrial Development, Investment Promotion, Entrepreneurship Development and Education & Training Programs. We provide assistance and support for enhancement of domestic trade, exports, imports, acquiring latest technology, contract manufacturing, joint ventures and other business activities. Our activities are recognised and supported by Government of India and Government of Maharashtra.

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Doc 5 Joint Press Statement 4th AIMMAF as of 11 Jan 2018

Doc 5 Joint Press Statement 4th AIMMAF as of 11 Jan 2018

1. We, the ASEAN Ministers of Agriculture and Forestry and the Union Minister of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare, Government of India, held our Fourth ASEAN- India Ministerial Meeting on Agriculture and Forestry (AIMMAF) on 12 January 2018 in New Delhi, India. The Meeting was Co-chaired by H.E. Mr. Grisada Boonrach, Minister of Agriculture and Cooperatives, Thailand and H. E. Shri Radha Mohan Singh, Union Minister of Agriculture & Farmers’ Welfare, Government of India.
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Selanjutnya

Selanjutnya

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall be the focal point on the Indonesian side responsible for the implementation of this Memorandum of Understanding. Similarly the Ministry of External Affairs shall be the concerned focal point on the Indian side.

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Conference paper

Conference paper

Almora, Udham Singh Nagar, Pauri Garhwal and Haridwar) with distinct physiography i.e. hilly and plain regions, have been selected for testing and verification of techniques using IRS (Indian Remote Sensing Satellites), LISS-III, LISS-IV satellite data of Rabi season for the year 2008-09 and whole 13 districts of the Uttarakhand state from 2009-14 along with ground data were used for detailed analysis. Five methods have been developed i.e. NDVI (Normalized Differential Vegetation Index), Supervised classification, Spatial modeling, Masking out method and Programming on visual basics methods using multitemporal satellite data of Rabi season along with the collateral and ground data. These methods were used for wheat discriminations and pre- harvest acreage estimations and subsequently results were compared with Bureau of Estimation Statistics (BES). Out of these five different methods, wheat area that was estimated by spatial modeling and programming on visual basics has been found quite near to Bureau of Estimation Statistics (BES). But for hilly region, maximum fields were going in shadow region, so it was difficult to estimate accurate result, so frequency distribution curve method has been used and frequency range has been decided to discriminate wheat pixels from other pixels in hilly region, digitized those regions and result shows good result. For yield estimation, an algorithm has been developed by using soil characteristics i.e. texture, depth, drainage, temperature, rainfall and historical yield data. To get the production estimation, estimated yield multiplied by acreage of crop per hectare. Result shows deviation for acreage estimation from BES is around 3.28 %, 2.46%, 3.45%, 1.56%, 1.2% and 1.6% (estimation not declared till now by state Agriculture dept. For the year 2013-14) estimation and deviation for production estimation is around 4.98 %, 3.66% 3.21% , 3.1% NA and 2.9% for the consecutive above mentioned years i.e. 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14. The estimated data has been provided to State Agriculture department for their use. To forecast production before harvest facilitate the formulation of workable marketing strategies leading to better export/import of crop in the state, which will help to lead better economic condition of the state. Yield estimation would help agriculture department in assessment of productivity of land for specific crop. Pre-harvest wheat acreage/production estimation, is useful to facilitate the reliable and timely estimates and enable the administrators and planners to take strategic decisions on import-export policy matters and trade negotiations.
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PERANAN POLITIK PARTAI KONGRES DAN LIGA MUSLIM DALAM PEMBAGIAN DOMINION INDIA-PAKISTAN 1935-1947.

PERANAN POLITIK PARTAI KONGRES DAN LIGA MUSLIM DALAM PEMBAGIAN DOMINION INDIA-PAKISTAN 1935-1947.

Kajian mengenai peranan politik Partai Kongres dan Liga Muslim dalam periode 1935-1947 banyak dibahas dalam buku-buku atau tulisan-tulisan mengenai sejarah politik dan pergerakan kemerdekaan India. Buku pertama sebuah karya dari Moreas yang berjudul India Today (1960), fokus kajiannya terletak pada pengaruh nilai-nilai Hinduisme dalam tatanan politik India pada masa pra-kemerdekaan dan setelahnya. Menurut Moraes konsep nilai-nilai Hinduisme bukan hanya sekedar agama bagi rakyat India, namun juga merupakan acuan berbagai macam tindakan di dalam masyarakat. Ia menambahkan bahwa Hinduisme telah masuk ke dalam berbagai aspek kehidupan masyarakat India baik itu dalam bidang sosial, ekonomi, dan politiknya (Moraes, 1960: 3). Kondisi tersebut menunjukkan bahwa besarnya peran agama dalam kehidupan politik di India, hal itu cukup memberikan penjelasan awal pada penulis mengapa antara periode 1935-1947 isu agama menjadi sangat sensitif, sehingga mengatarkan bangsa India pada perpecahan yang berujung pada pembagian pada tahun 1947.
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Public-Private Partnerships: an International Development vis a vis Indonesia Experience | Yaya | Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan: Journal of Government and Politics 10 1155 1 PB

Public-Private Partnerships: an International Development vis a vis Indonesia Experience | Yaya | Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan: Journal of Government and Politics 10 1155 1 PB

In Indonesia, the initial regulation promoting the use of PPP after the 1997 financial crisis was Presidential Decree no 67/2005. This regulation suggested public infrastructure to be procured through partnerships with business entities such as private companies, state owned enterprises (BUMN), Local Government Owned Enter- prise (BUMND) and Cooperatives. In that regulation, some characteristics of PPP are incorporated that the purposes of the partnerships are: (1) to finance the project through private sector involvement; (2) to im- prove service’s quantity and quality through healthy competition; (3) to improve the quality of project’s management and maintenance; (4) to push the imple- mentation of the principle of the users pay for the service received. PPP definition is stated in Presidential Decree (Perpres) no 13/2010 as ‘infrastructure procurement through partnership agreement or concession granting between ministry/Head of Government Body/Head of Local Government with Business Entity.’ Again, this definition is considered as a broad terms which does not limit PPP to buying service as pioneered by the UK PPP. The advantage of this broad definition is facilitating government to have variations in project arrangements based on available resources.
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World Health Organization, Water and sanitation bhutan final wsp

World Health Organization, Water and sanitation bhutan final wsp

“We have to eliminate diarrhoea completely. At any me the outbreaks of the disease can go up without a proper system in place. It may be safe in winter and spring but in the summer it will spike. Therefore, our aim through safe water supply is to reduce the health burden. With a regular system in place there will be a posi ve impact on health.” The Government of Bhutan’s ninth fi ve year plan, derived largely from demands expressed by rural communi es through their elected local governments, includes the provision of safe water to every household as one of three priori es (along with roads and electricity) aimed at reducing poverty. Why? Because the government recognises that water borne illnesses can prevent children from a ending school and parents from working or caring for their families, thus locking them in a cycle of poverty.
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Selanjutnya

CONSIDERING Paragraph 5 of the preamble of the Treaty of Amity and Cooperation in Southeast Asia, done at on 24 February 1976 (hereinafter referred to as the Treaty of Amity) which refers to the need for cooperation with all peace-loving nations, both within and outside Southeast Asia, in the furtherance of world peace, stability and harmony. HEREBY AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING:

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What I have learned in Comparative gover

What I have learned in Comparative gover

sovereignty, democracy, authoritarian regime, state, nation, and regimes, presidential system and tolatalitarian is very interesting to learn. Comparative government is a interesting and fun to learn Major though im not good at it but honestly I enjoyed learning it so well. Thanks to Our dearest My Luzon in a sense that beside to the learning’s I have learned in the subject I also learned the how to or what about being a Teacher. Maam inspire me as well how to be a good teacher, and how to mingle, treat and show respect with my students oneday. To the teacher that teaches us and inspires me, May she continue to spread and impart her knowledge,and a role model teacher to her students and dedicated good teacher. We’re so blessed to have her.Me as student would like to give her great gratitude, pleasure and privilege.
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Good Land Governance in the Disaster Region in Indonesia

Good Land Governance in the Disaster Region in Indonesia

But in the advance, land policy was developed better time to time. Interval changes of land policy could be divided from starting of the colonist power to the era of Indonesian government. as follows. Starting in 1918, both Sultan and Pakualaman were issuing Rijksblaad (like the king decision) No. 16 and Rijksblad Pakualaman No. 18, in which citizens’ land right were guaranteed better than previous one. It was also as starting regulation to modernize the Yogyakarta Special Region Land Administration until now. As known, the modern form of land policy recognized a clear separation between the land right of sultanate ground and the citizen land right personally. It used to inspire dualism land law in the Yogyakarta Special Region land administration system later. In 1954, based on Article 18 the Indonesian Constitution, state declares recognizing the local government units based on autonomy and privilege in to respect the historical and aboriginal. rights first step was taken by central government by giving full authority of land matters to The Yogyakarta Special Region. It was supported by The law No 3/1950, than remedied by the Law No. 19/1950. The
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DanisaDiandra 22010110130163 bab VIII

DanisaDiandra 22010110130163 bab VIII

6. Atopic Dermatitis, Eczema, and Non Infectionus Immunodeficiency Disorders. Dalam: William D James M, Timothy G Berger M, Dirk M Elston M, editors. Andrews' Disease of The Skin Clinical Dermatology. Edisi ke-11. Philadelphia, USA: Saunders ELsevier; 2011. h. 62-9.

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Nose M. Long-term trends in forestry finance of India

Nose M. Long-term trends in forestry finance of India

Financial support from the public sector is necessary to maintain forest resources and rural development. Budget planning is done for the fiscal year, which runs from April 1 to March 31(Ministry of Environment & Forests, 1999). It is desirable that funding is made available on time, and unspent funds carried over. If this does not occur, a rush to spend funds towards the end of the fiscal year is inevitable – a similar problem to that seen in Japan. However, according to a central government hearing, financial allocation is flexible enough for any surplus to move freely from one sector to another. The contents of the annual plan outlay for the Central Government are indicated in Fig. 6.6. Expenditure in 2002-2003 was approximately 3.6 times that for 1992-93 because of a favorable economic growth. The share of forest & wildlife has increased, whereas that for National Afforestation & Eco Development Board has fallen in the last decade.
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isprs annals III 8 1 2016

isprs annals III 8 1 2016

The Technical Commission VIII, which deals with Remote Sensing (RS) Applications and Policies received the highest number of submissions (435) and with (252) of these having been accepted 24 as full papers to Annals and 228 to Achives; all accepted papers have been assigned 39 sessions during the Prague Congress.

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isprs archives XLI B8 1 2016

isprs archives XLI B8 1 2016

The Technical Commission VIII, which deals with Remote Sensing (RS) Applications and Policies received the highest number of submissions (435) and with (252) of these having been accepted 24 as full papers to Annals and 228 to Archives; all accepted papers have been assigned to 39 sessions during the Prague Congress.

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Political Economy of Development

Political Economy of Development

Besley, Timothy, Torsten Persson, and Daniel M Sturm. 2010. “Political Competition, Policy and Growth: Theory and Evidence from the US.” Review of Economic Studies 77(4): 1329-1352. Brollo, Fernanda, Tommaso Nannicini, Roberto Perotti, and Guido Tabellini. 2013. “The Political Resource Curse.” American Economic Review 103(5): 1759–96.

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