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Gujarat Minister of State for Women and Child Development, Smt. Vasuben Trivedi today apprised that more than 35 private companies have come forward to invest Rs.20,000 crore through Mission Manglam for women empowerment in the State as a gesture of their social responsibility during the 5th Global Investors Summit of Vibrant Gujarat-2011.

While speaking at the conference of state ministers in charge of Women and Child Development held here, Smt. Trivedi said that Mission Manglam has been implemented in the state and more than 2 lakh Sakhi Mandal have been formed as self help groups.

Narrating the achievement of the State Government in Women & Child Development sector, she stated that 12,636 infants of the age of 6 to 36 months have been provided with additional nutrition food by November 2010.

During the year, a target was set to cover 5.5 lakh pregnant women and lactative mother under the supplement nutrition food programme by November 2010. A total of 11,10,980 women have been benefited under the scheme securing 202% achievement.

To fight out malnutrition among adolescent girls, 156.67 % achievement has been marked by providing supplemental nutrition food to 7,05,022 girls against the target of 4.5 lakh, Gujarat Minister added.

Gujarat Women Commission has been constituted to protect the constitutional legal rights of women in the state. Commission has also installed toll free helpline No. 1800-233111 for women in need.

The State Government has recently organized a seminar of Deans/ Professors of Home Science College of the state so as to strengthen the efforts to fight out malnutrition among women, children and school-college girl students.

Ms. Sunaina Tomar, Secretary, Women & Child Development also attended the meeting.

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“Kushinagar International Airport is a tribute to the devotion of Buddhist society around the world”
“There is a special focus on the development of the places associated with Lord Buddha through better connectivity, and the creation of facilities for the devotees”
“Under UDAN Scheme more than 900 new routes have been approved, 350 routes already functional. More than 50 new airports or those which were not in service earlier, have been made operational”
“In Uttar Pradesh, 8 airports are already functional before Kushinagar airport. Work is on Jewar International Airport after Lucknow, Varanasi and Kushinagar. Apart from that, airport projects are going on in Ayodhya, Aligarh, Azamgarh, Chitrakoot, Moradabad and Shravasti”
“Decision on Air India will give new energy to the Aviation sector of India”
“Recently launched drone policy is going to bring life-changing transformation in the fields ranging from agriculture to health, to disaster management to the defence”

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi inaugurated Kushinagar International Airport today.

Addressing the gathering, the Prime Minister said that India is the centre of the faith of Buddhist society around the world. He termed the facility of Kushinagar International Airport, launched today as a tribute to their devotion. This region, the Prime Minister said, is witness to the entire journey from the enlightenment of Lord Buddha to Mahaparinirvana. Today this important region is getting directly connected to the world, he said.

The Prime Minister highlighted the special focus on the development of the places associated with Lord Buddha through better connectivity and the creation of facilities for the devotees. The Prime Minister welcomed the Sri Lankan flight and delegation that landed at Kushinagar. Paying tribute to Maharshi Valmiki on his Jayanti today, the Prime Minister said that the country is marching on the path of Sabka Vikas with the help of Sabka Satha and Sabka Prayas. “Development of Kushinagar is one of the key priorities of the UP and central governments,” He said.

The Prime Minister said that tourism in all its forms, whether for faith or for leisure, needs modern infrastructure complete with rail, road, airways, waterways, hotels, hospitals, internet connectivity, hygiene, sewage treatment and renewable energy ensuring a clean environment. “All these are interconnected and it is important to work on all these simultaneously. Today's 21st century India is moving ahead with this approach only”, the Prime Minister said.

The Prime Minister announced that under the UDAN scheme, more than 900 new routes have been approved in the last few years, out of which air service has already started on more than 350 routes. More than 50 new airports or those which were not in service earlier, have been made operational.

The Prime Minister highlighted the development regarding the aviation sector in Uttar Pradesh as air connectivity is constantly improving in the state. In Uttar Pradesh, 8 airports are already functional before Kushinagar airport. Work is on Jewar International Airport after Lucknow, Varanasi and Kushinagar. Apart from that, airport projects are going on in Ayodhya, Aligarh, Azamgarh, Chitrakoot, Moradabad and Shravasti.

Referring to the recent decision on Air India, the Prime Minister remarked that the step will help in running the country's aviation sector professionally and prioritizing convenience and safety. “This step will give new energy to the aviation sector of India. One such major reform is related to the opening of defence airspace for civil use”, he added. This step will reduce the distance on various air routes. The Prime Minister also conveyed that the recently launched drone policy is going to bring life-changing transformation in the fields ranging from agriculture to health, to disaster management to defence.

The Prime Minister said recently launched PM Gatishakti - National Master Plan will not only improve governance but also ensure that all modes of transport such as road, rail, air etc should support each other and increase each other's capacity.