samiti

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samiti

(ˈsʌmɪtɪ) or

samithi

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in India) an association, esp one formed to organize political activity
[Hindi]
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If we juxtapose Bhagwat's statement with the actions of its various offshoots like Gau Raksha Samitis, Shiv Sena, Bajrang Dal and VHP, the Indian secularism is likely to come under frequent attacks.
Summary: Jaipur (Rajasthan) [India], Dec 20 (ANI): The Congress party has won the majority of seats in the by-elections to Zila Parishads, Panchayat Samitis and municipal wards in Rajasthan.
The Conference will provide an opportunity for India to showcase its conservation efforts through joint forest management, vana sanrakshan samitis, eco-development committees in and around Protected Areas.
For the record, there are about 225 ashrams and more than 1500 Yoga Vedanta Seva Samitis (various committees) across the world run by Asaram and company.
Also, eight other legislators of the ruling party are staring at disqualification under office- of- profit rules for being appointed chairpersons of Rogi Kalyan Samitis ( RKSs), or patient welfare committees, in various Delhi government hospitals.
Hence, there is always some scope for schemes which are molded according to the need of slum dwellers and can action like some successful model running in India [17] or formation of Mahila Arogya Samitis as envisaged in draft of NUHM.
The staffs working in the block office are the employees of the government and are reluctant to work under the Block Samitis.
Funds will be provided through DHS under Hospital Strengthening, Untied funds (UTF), Annual Maintenance Grants (AMG) and Arogya Rakhsa Samitis (ARS).
The Rogi Kalyan Samitis and the Village Health Sanitation and Nutrition Committees should be strengthened for community participation and monitoring.
Today there are 23293 Gram Panchayats, 6094 Panchayat Samitis and 537 Zila Parishads in India.
Under this method, with the help of executive authority of any local body such as Municipalities, District Boards, Panchayat Samitis, Block Development Offices designated officials of the Labour Welfare Organisation have been locating and identifying unorganised workers in their respective areas of jurisdiction.
The vana samrakshana samitis in Andhra Pradesh, as part of the Government of India's forestry programs, promote community participation in protecting existing forests and new plantations, supported by bans on open grazing and promotion of stall feeding.