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6.INTEGRATED CHILD DEVELOPMENTSCHEME (ICDS) (i) We direct the State Govts/Union Territories to implement the Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS) in full and to ensure that every ICDS disbursing centre in the Country shall provide as under. (a) Each child up to 6 years of age to get 300 calories and 8-10grams of protein; (b) Each adolescent girl to get 500 calories and 20-25 grams of protein; (c) Each pregnant woman and each nursing mother to get 500 calories and 20-25 grams of protein; (d) Each malnourished child to get 600 calories and 16-20grams of protein; (e) Have a disbursement Centre in every settlement. (ii) It is the case of the Union of India that there has been full compliance of its obligations, if any, under the Scheme. However, if any of the States gives a specific instance of non-Compliance, the Union of India will do the needful within the framework of the Scheme. 7.NATIONALMATERNITYBENEFIT SCHEME (NMBS) (i) We direct the State Govts. /Union Territories, to implement the National Maternity Benefit Scheme (NMBS) by paying all BPL pregnant women Rs.500-through the Sarpanch - 8-12 weeks prior to delivery for each of the first two births. (ii) It is the case of the Union of India that there has been full compliance of its obligations under the Scheme. However, if any of the States gives aspecific instance of non-compliance, the Union of India will do the needful within the framework of the Scheme. 8.NATIONAL FAMILY BENEFIT SCHEME (i) We direct the State Govts., Union Territories to implement the National Family Benefit Scheme and pay a BPL family Rs.10,000/- within four weeks through a local Sarpanch, whenever the primary bread winner of the family dies. 9. We direct that a copy of this order be translated in regional languages and in English by the respective States/Union Territories and prominently displayed in all Grama Panchayats, Govt. School Buildings and Fair Price Shops. 10. In order to ensure transparency in selection of beneficiaries and their access to these Schemes, the Grama Panchayats will also display a list of all beneficiaries under the various Schemes. Copies of the Schemes and the list of beneficiaries shall be made available by the Grama Panchayat to members of public for inspection. 11. We direct Doordarshan and AIR to adequately publicise various Schemes and this order. We direct the Chief Secretaries of each of the States and Union Territories to ensure Compliance of this order. They will report compliance by filing affidavits in this Court within 8 weeks from today with copies to the Attorney General and counsel for the petitioner. We grant liberty to the Union of India to file affidavitpursuant to the order of this Court dated 21st. November, 2001. List the matter for further orders on 11th February, 2002. In the meanwhile, liberty is granted to the parties to apply for further directions, if any. ഇൻകം ടാക്സ് ഒടുക്കുന്നത് സംബന്ധിച്ച് സർക്കുലർ Office of The Chief Commissioner of Income Tax, Kochi, F.No. CC. CHN/Tech. Misc./2002/03/Dated, 18.2.2003 To The Secretary (Finance) Finance Department, Government of Kerala Respected Sir, Sub:- Non-Remittance of Tax Deduction at Source at Source from the amounts paid to the Government Contractors - reg. Various development works are undertaken by the Panchayats and the relative contract amounts are paid by the Panchayats to the contractors through the Treasury. As per the provisions of Section 1940 of the Income Tax Act, 1951, any person responsible for paying any sum to any resident for carrying any work in pursuance of a contract should deduct income tax as prescribed, at the time of credit of such to the account