Elsewhere in the state: East Singhbhum on high alert before I-Day; The fast until death for work continues at the Dhanbad civic body office; Shram Awards for Tata Steel Employees
Ranchi: Jharkhand is scheduled to host the Indian women’s national soccer camp in Jamshedpur from August 16 for the preparations for the AFC India Women’s Cup 2022, a flagship continental championship (Asian cup) that is scheduled for next year, formally announced the Indian Football Federation (AIFF) on Friday.
The office of Prime Minister Hemant Soren in a statement also reported that the state sports department has been instructed to extend all the logistical support and assistance necessary to make this camp a success. India will host this prestigious tournament from January 20 to February 6, 2022, noted (AIFF).
2022 will also be an important year for women’s football in the country, as India will also host the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup from October 2022.
AIFF has published a list of 30 players who would participate in the upcoming preparatory camp in Jamshedpur. Jharkhand’s Sumati Kumari is also part of the likely squad. Sumati is among six forwards who would compete for a spot on this camp’s national team.
East Singhbhum on high alert ahead of I-Day
Jamshedpur: East Singhbhum Police Chief Superintendent M. Tamil Vanan has put the entire district on high alert for three days since Friday in the lead up to Independence Day.
During this period, police officers have been instructed not only to remain in surveillance mode, but also to carry out surprise checks at hotels, guesthouses and restaurants.
Apart from this, the officers in charge of the district police stations have been asked to deploy armed police at strategic locations throughout the district, especially in the city of steel.
A senior police official, on condition of anonymity, said that outside of Steel City, the Ghatsila and Patamda areas of the district are in the special focus of the police.
“As the outlaw rebel group, CPI-Maoist tends to show its presence by resorting to subversive acts in rural pockets, especially in the Ghatsila subdivision and Patamda area, on the border with Bengal, these two areas will be in our focus outside out of town, “he said. the police officer to The Telegraph Online.
Police forces have already begun to deploy at strategic locations throughout the district.
He continues fasting to death for work in Dhanbad civic body office
Dhanbad: The fast to death initiated by the dependents of more than 50 deceased employees of the civic body Jharkhand Mineral Area Development Authority in front of their office from August 10 continued for the fourth day in a row on Friday.
Two of the agitators, Manju Devi and Kuldip Mahto, who were admitted to the Sahid Nirmal Mahto Memorial Hospital and Medical College two days ago after their health deteriorated, joined the agitation after returning from the hospital.
Shram Awards for Tata Steel Employees
Jamshedpur: Nine Tata Steel employees won the Prime Minister’s Shram Awards (PMSA) for 2018, bringing the company and the City of Steel laurels.
The Shram Bhushan awards (cash award of Rs 1 lakh each), Shram Vir (cash award of Rs 60,000 each) and Shram Shree (cash award of Rs 40,000 each) are awarded to workers employed in companies of the public and private sector (employing 500 or more people) in recognition of their distinguished performance, innovative skills, outstanding contribution in the field of productivity, and display of exceptional courage and presence of mind.
The announcements were made by the Union government on Friday, August 13.
Two company employees received the prestigious Shram Bhushan Award, six employees received the Shram Vir Award, and one employee received the Shram Shree Award.
"खाना विशेषज्ञ। जोम्बी प्रेमी। अति कफी अधिवक्ता। बियर ट्रेलब्लाजर। अप्रिय यात्रा फ्यान।"