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Do -Won Chang Success Story. He became a famous entrepreneur

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Do Won Chang is an American entrepreneur born in Korea and now owns the famous and refundable names of fashion retail stores like Forever 21. Thanks to his hard work and his infinite efforts, this store now have 450 branches spread across more than 15 countries of the world. But it was about three decades ago that Do Won Chang had to deal with his strange life and his parents were poor, he had to work at odd hours with several strange jobs, among which stand out washing dishes, being an employee of the station Service and a concierge. some.


He says that when he landed in the United States, he literally tries almost everything from washing the dishes to working part-time at a service station and a small cafeteria. But do these jobs, he became interested in fashion and decided to go to the retail career. Actually, he was born in 1981 in South Korea and moved to California at the age of 18. He opened his own clothing and fashion sales center known as Fashion 21 during 1984 in Highland Park, Los Angeles. It was his luck that during the initial year of his sales he managed to earn around $ 700,000 of $ 35,000.


To expand his business to different counties and locations around the world without being afraid of all the obstacles that must have crossed later, he changed the name of his store to Forever 21 and it was during 2012 that mentioned his name along with that of his wife among the richest people in this world with a net worth of around 4 billion dollars.


He arrived in America with nothing but big dreams in his eyes and made them come true only with his predisposition, strength, and determination to build empires that he kept in reserve alive during the course of his fights. According to him, his point of sale Forever 21 is an inspiration for almost all those people who come to the United States with nothing but creativity and dreams in their eyes, therefore, emphasizes working hard and suggests that one should have a deep understanding of the business they would like to join


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One Nation one Ration card, Free Food Schemes Falter, Marginal Beneficiaries Covered

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A nation’s ration card plan and the distribution of free food grains, the two measures announced by the Center as a panacea for millions of migrants facing hunger and homelessness during the Covid-19 shutdown, appear to have failed. Data presented by government officials to a standing committee of Parliament suggests that there is a large gap between the planned coverage of the plans and the actual beneficiaries on the ground.

One Nation One Ration Card – Turtle-Paced Deployment

As of July 2020, only 2,000 interstate transactions were made through the ePoS mechanism. That means one nation’s ration card scheme benefited just 13,000 migrants. The total food grains distributed through the scheme was just 31,500 kg.
These details were provided by Food Department officials during a statement to the Parliamentary Labor Commission earlier this week.

Compared to the government’s claims that 24 states and 90 percent of the ration shops are already integrated into the scheme, 31,500 kg of food grains accessed is terrible.

There are a total of 5.35 lakh fair price stores in India catering to Rs 23 crore ration card holders in the country. In the last three months, the second wave of migration is taking place as migrant workers slowly return to their workplace. And a nation’s ration card scheme is ideally positioned to solve the problems they face.

Yet the Department of Food and Public Distribution in its July 2020 monthly report has practically admitted that one nation’s ration card scheme, one is struggling to make an impact.

Paragraph 3 of the department’s July report highlights that “under the PDS reforms, a total of 4.88 lakh (90.4 percent) Fair Price Stores (FPS) has been automated through the installation of electronic Point of Sale (ePoS) devices. ) “.

The monthly report adds that the national/interstate portability facility under a one-nation ration card plan was enabled in four other states / UT: Jammu and Kashmir, Manipur, Nagaland, and Uttarakhand, August 2020 distribution month.

While the department claims that with the integration of these four States, a total of 24 States / UTs are now seamlessly integrated into a single national portability group, the last line of paragraph 3 reads: “However, the number of transactions remains low due to Covid-19 related reasons. “

One Nation one Ration card

July 2020 Department of Food and Public Distribution Report

PDS store owners say the ePoS system does not work in remote areas due to connectivity issues.

The ePoS facility is key to a nation’s ration card scheme. This allows ration cardholders the freedom to extract food grains under the PDS scheme anywhere in India instead of being restricted to where the card is registered.

The one-nation ration card scheme, launched on June 1, 2020, plans to cover the entire country by March 31, 2021. However, the established mechanism has not provided access to the migrant workforce in most places.

Free food grains scheme: States fail to deliver

The free food grains scheme meant to be an instant remedy for migrants, who were left jobless and homeless due to the COVID crisis, did not reach them. Under the AtmaNirbhar Bharat (ANB) Program, the Center had allocated 8 lakh metric tons of food grains. The free grain was supposed to be distributed to approximately 8 million migrants across the country by the respective state governments and the Center was to pick up the bill.

Of the 8 metric lakh tons, nearly 80 percent or 6.39 metric lakh tons reached the states. But by August 5, a scant 2.46 lakh metric tons had been distributed among migrants who, faced with hunger, had started walking hundreds of kilometers to their places of origin. This equates to roughly 31 percent of the food grains received by the states and 39 percent of the grains allocated by the Center.

Of the total 8 million intended beneficiaries, only 2.5 million gained access to free food grains to survive. That means the states failed about 5.5 crores of migrants and this explains the desperation that forced the migrants to march back home.

The crisis faced by migrants can be understood by the fact that there are 81 million people covered by the National Food Security Plan and a large majority of them are poor, but only 8 million million were identified as specific beneficiaries. By comparison, experts believe that nearly 30 percent of Indians faced severe hardship during the running of the bulls in India.

Obstacle in implementing a nation’s ration card plan

The NDA’s ambitious government ration card program is poised to lose national coverage before the March 2021 deadline.

For the scheme to be operational, the beneficiaries of the public distribution system (PDS) must link their ration card with Aadhaar. In the meantime, the government should enable biometric verification at fair-price stores across the country. Once this is done, the ration cards will become portable and can be used by cardholders at any PDS store nationwide after biometric verification.

The biggest obstacle to the scheme is poor connectivity issues. While the government claims that most regions of the country now have a data link PDS store, the owners say their ePoS machines are down and they have to write down the details manually as without the internet they can’t do the verification biometric.

The second obstacle is the opposition of states like West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Assam, Odisha and Chhattisgarh, and the complete lack of unanimity.

While TMC’s government in Bengal has announced free rations until May next year, Odisha wants a nation’s ration card to be hybrid in nature that covers areas where the PDS network is poor. Chhattisgarh does not want to integrate, as it already has a robust PDS system that provides food grains to the weaker sections.

Government officials claim that food grain distribution is also a political issue and that each state wants its own scheme rather than being integrated into a single central scheme.


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Three captials for APAP Governor Biswabhusan Harichandan Passed bill of Three Capital. Ap governor Cancelled CRDA 2014 administrative decentralization bills. Here Visakhapatnam as the administrative capital, Kurnool as the legal capital and Amravati as the legislative capital Announced. Now its Official AP Has Three Capital comes to Existence.On January 20, two bills were announced in the AP Assembly, while the Legislature introduced them to the Standing Committee. At this circumstance, the Assembly on June 16 passed the decentralization and CRDA withdrawal bills for the second time.


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7th Nizam’s eldest daughter-in-law dead

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ఏడవ నిజాం కూతురు బేగం కన్నుమూత.

ఏడవ నిజాం మీర్ ఉస్మాన్ అలీఖాన్ సంతానంలో బ్రతికున్న ఏకైక వ్యక్తి, ఆయన కుమార్తె బషీరున్నిసా బేగం(93) కన్నుమూసింది.కొంతకాలంగా అనారోగ్యంతో బాధపడుతున్న పడుతుంది. ఆమె ఆరోగ్యం మరింత క్షిణించడంతో ఈ తెల్లవారు జామున తుదిశ్వాస విడిచింది. బషీరున్నిసా బేగం 1927 సంవత్సరంలో జన్మించారు. ఆమెకు అలీ పాషాగా పేరొందిన నావాబ్ కాసిం యార్ జంగ్‌తో పెళ్లి జరిగింది.

వీరికి ఒక కుమార్తె కూడా ఉంది. కుమార్తె పేరు రషీదున్నిసా బేగం. పురాణీ హవేలీలో నివసిస్తున్నారు. అలీ పాషా 1998 సంవత్సరంలో మరణించారు. బషీరున్నిసా బేగం మరణం పట్ల పలువురు ప్రముఖులు తీవ్ర సానుభూతిని వ్యక్తం చేశారు. ఆమె భౌతికకాయాన్ని సందర్శించి నివాళులు అర్పిస్తున్నారు. ప్రార్థనల అనంతరం అంత్యక్రియలను నిర్వహించనున్నారు. పాతబస్తీలోని దర్గా యాహియా పాషా స్మశానవాటికలో బషీరున్నిసా బేగం అంత్యక్రియలు జరుపనున్నారు.


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