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NCP likely to benefit in ZP subject committee elections 4.10.2014 TOI: All Headlines
NCP likely to benefit in ZP subject committee elections
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Zilla parishad awaits funds for construction of 150 classrooms 4.10.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Zilla parishad awaits funds for construction of 150 classrooms
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Need to preserve traditions, customs: Himachal CM 4.10.2014 New Kerala: India News
Shimla, Oct 4 : Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh Saturday stressed the need to preserve traditions and customs.
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Need to preserve traditions, customs: Himachal CM 4.10.2014 All News-IANS Stories
Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh Saturday stressed the need to preserve traditions and customs.
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Moodbidri in DK district records highest rainfall of 53mm in Karnataka 4.10.2014 Mangalore - City - The Times of India
Moodbidri in Mangalore taluk of Dakshina Kannada district recorded maximum rainfall of 53mm in Karnataka in the last 24-hours up to 8.30am on October 4.
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Panels formed to bring down maternity deaths 4.10.2014 TOI: Jaipur
The health department has set a target to reduce the maternal deaths from 208 per lakh to maternal mortality ratio to 181 per 1 lakh by the end of ...
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Minister’s sons keep embers of political rivalry alive 4.10.2014 Asian Age: Mumbai
Political rivalry among families is not unheard of in western Maharashtra and the sons and grandsons of two former political heavyweights are leaving no stone unturned to keep a nearly three decade-old rivalry alive. Pratik Patil and Madan Patil from former Maharashtra chief minister Vasantdada Patil’s family and Jayant Patil from the family of Islampur’s Rajaram Bapu Patil are the newest rivals stoking the embers of what was started by their seniors almost 30 years ago. Kakasaheb Dhamane, a senior politician from Miraj taluka, said that at one point, both the Patil families lived peacefully and continued with their political activities and businesses without interference from each other, despite working together for the Congress in Sangli. “The problem started after Rajaram moved to the Janata Dal in the late 70s. He contested the Assembly elections on a JD ticket, which Vasantdada did not appreciate. He allegedly ensured that Rajaram lost the election and that is how the rivalry started,” said Mr ...
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Kudumbasree to promote women agripreneurs 4.10.2014 Hindu: Kochi
The trained farmers will be given machines through the farmer facilitation centres to be established at each of the gram panchayaths.
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Minister’s sons keep embers of political rivalry alive 4.10.2014 Asian Age: Mumbai
Political rivalry among families is not unheard of in western Maharashtra and the sons and grandsons of two former political heavyweights are leaving no stone unturned to keep a nearly three decade-old rivalry alive. Pratik Patil and Madan Patil from former Maharashtra chief minister Vasantdada Patil’s family and Jayant Patil from the family of Islampur’s Rajaram Bapu Patil are the newest rivals stoking the embers of what was started by their seniors almost 30 years ago. Kakasaheb Dhamane, a senior politician from Miraj taluka, said that at one point, both the Patil families lived peacefully and continued with their political activities and businesses without interference from each other, despite working together for the Congress in Sangli. “The problem started after Rajaram moved to the Janata Dal in the late 70s. He contested the Assembly elections on a JD ticket, which Vasantdada did not appreciate. He allegedly ensured that Rajaram lost the election and that is how the rivalry started,” said Mr ...
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BJP aims to better tally in north of state 3.10.2014 TOI: Mumbai
Relegated to the fourth position in the 2009 assembly elections in North Maharashtra, BJP is leaving no stone unturned to improve its tally in the upcoming ...
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Mass rally against grenade attack held 3.10.2014 Manipur: E-Pao
Mass rally against grenade attack held
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National cleanliness day observed all over 3.10.2014 Manipur: E-Pao
National cleanliness day observed all over
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Eedu in Karkala taluk of Udupi district receives highest rainfall of 61mm 3.10.2014 Mangalore - City - The Times of India
Eedu in Karkala taluk of Udupi district recorded maximum rainfall of 61mm in Karnataka in the last 24-hours up to 8.30am on October 3.
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Raje, Kalyan Singh join clean India mission 3.10.2014 TOI: Jaipur
Wielding a broom, chief minister Vasundhara Raje on Thursday launched 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan' from Dhankya village in Jaipur district, the birth place of Jan Sangh leader Pandit Deendayal ...
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International Day of Older Persons observed 3.10.2014 Manipur: E-Pao
International Day of Older Persons observed
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Special Gram Sabha programme on sanitation held at Sonapur 3.10.2014 Manipur: E-Pao
Special Gram Sabha programme on sanitation held at Sonapur
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Clean India to cost Rs 2 lakh crore 3.10.2014 deccanherald.com
Making Prime Minister Narendra Modi's call for a Clean India by 2019 a reality may require close to Rs 2,00,000 crore over the next five years. While approximately Rs 1,34,000 crore will be spent for construction of toilets in the villages across the country over the next five years, an estimated amount of Rs 62,000 crore is required to be spent in 4,041 towns in the urban areas. As Modi launched his government's "Swachh Bharat" campaign on Thursday, Rural Development Minister Nitin Gadkari, who also holds the ministry of drinking water and sanitation, said that Rs 20 lakh would be spent in every village in the country annually to achieve the goal of a clean India by October 2, 2019. He told media persons at the ministry of rural development that the government would remain deposit the amount in every Gram Panchayat for cleaning purposes. Gadkari also announced that the government would spend Rs 1,34,000 crore for construction of about 11 crore, 11 lakh toilets in rural areas in five years, besides ...
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Port City People Take Up PM's 'Clean India' Drive with Passion 3.10.2014 The New Indian Express - Andhra Pradesh - http://newindianexpress.com/states/andhra_pradesh/
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Villages to get Rs 20 lakh per year 3.10.2014 Hindustan Times: India
The centre will spend a whopping Rs 134 lakh crore over five years with each village panchayat getting Rs 20 lakh per year to achieve Prime Minister Narendra Modis target of a clean India by ...
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Govt announces Rs. 20 lakh for each village Panchayat for clean India mission 2.10.2014 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Oct 2 : Union Rural Development Minister Nitin Gadkari on Thursday announced a grant of Rs. 20 lakhs per annum for each village panchayat for realising the Clean India Mission objective.
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