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Govt transferred Rs 5.6 L cr to beneficiaries via Aadhaar enabled payment system 31.1.2019 Business | The Asian Age
Govt also facilitating 9.1 crore electronic transactions such as passport services and land records through the e-governance portal.
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Complacent, frustrated BJP bound to lose Panchayat polls: Sushmita 6.12.2018 The Assam Tribune
Complacent, frustrated BJP bound to lose Panchayat polls: Sushmita
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International Day for PWDs celebrated in Garo Hills 4.12.2018 The Shillong Times
  TURA: The people of South West Garo Hills joined the rest of the world in celebration of International Day for Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) which was organized by the District Social Welfare Office in collaboration with the District Legal Services Authority (DLSA) at Okkapara Community Field under Rerapara C&RD Block on Tuesday, a day […]
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Work on check dam on Dahisar river initiated 7.11.2018 Metros | The Asian Age
The motive behind creating the check dam is to store water round the year.
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Mumbai: Dam to be built on Dahisar river 26.9.2018 Free Press Journal: Mumbai
Mumbai: The forest department and Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) have approved a plan to build
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Mukalmua football from Sept 16 14.9.2018 The Assam Tribune
Mukalmua football from Sept 16
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BJP flays Rahul for his ‘alternative vision’ jibe on ISIS formation 23.8.2018 Central Chronicle
New Delhi, The BJP on Thursday lashed out at Congress president Rahul Gandhi for his remarks in Germany where he allegedly sought to justify formation of ISIS linking it the concept of ‘alternative vision’ and said any attempt to give legitimacy to terror organisation is ‘worrying’. “You tried to justify the terrorism……Nothing can be more worrying […]
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Tamil Nadu farmers agitated over not getting water even as Cauvery flows in... 21.8.2018 DNA: Bangalore
Tamil Nadu farmers agitated over not getting water even as Cauvery flows in...
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Goa seeks action against K’taka for disobeying Mahadayi tribunal order 21.8.2018 Goa News – The Navhind Times
NT NETWORK   PANAJI Goa government on Monday filed an application before the Mahadayi Water Disputes Tribunal seeking action against Karnataka for breach and disobedience of the order passed by the Tribunal. Goa has filed the application under Order 39 Rule 2A of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908, read with Section 5(3) of the ...
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Yellow River Project may help in Brahmaputra dredging 20.8.2018 The Assam Tribune
Yellow River Project may help in Brahmaputra dredging
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Cultural programmes, felicitation mark Hariyali Mahotsav 14.8.2018 Central Chronicle
Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, The Hariyali Mahotsav was organized by Kayastha Mandal Nagreeya Kshetra Welfare Society at Hotel Nandan Palace, Hoshangabad Road. Member of parliament Alok Sanjar was the chief guest, while former national president of Kayastha Mahasabha Kailash Sarang, Suhas Pradhan and Virendra Bhatnagar of Kayastha Sansad were present as special guests. Presidents and functionaries of […]
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Maharashtra government mulls giving livestock, ponds for fish farming on demand 2.8.2018 Free Press Journal: Mumbai
Mumbai: With an aim to boost the income of farmers, the Maharashtra government is considering a proposal
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40 years on, a bridge too far 6.7.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Patiala, July 5 Residents, including women and schoolchildren, of a village in Devigarh block of Patiala district are risking their lives every day as they have to cross the Ghaggar — either on foot or by using inflated rubber tubes — to reach their fields.  At least seven persons have died while crossing the river in the past five years. Villagers have been urging the authorities to construct a bridge to end their 40-year-long ordeal.  Distressed villagers had put up temporary wooden planks several times to cross the river, but they never lasted long. In the absence of a bridge, residents of other nearby villages — Shekhupura, Badla, Badli, and Bangran — have to travel extra 5 km via Devigarh to reach the other side of the river for their daily chores.  Baldev Gir (45), a resident of Shekhupura village, said: “Every politician of the area, including Minister of State for External Affairs Preneet Kaur, has promised to get a bridge constructed, but in vain.” During the rainy season, ...
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Illegal construction: expert team inspects landslip site again 26.6.2018 Hindu: Cities
Soil samples collected from spot to be examined in detail
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Protest against Bullet Train: Govt wants to give only Rs 40L instead of Rs 5 cr, says Jayesh Patel 25.6.2018 DNA: Recent Columns
Government wants to give Rs40 lakh per bigha of land in Amadpor village in Navsari district instead of market price of Rs five crore, said Jayesh Patel, president of Gujarat Khedut Samaj (GKS), which is protesting against Ahmedabad-Mumbai Bullet Train and is on a four-day drive to mobilize farmers who are also against the project as it eats into their fertile land. On the third day of the drive, 'Khedut Sampark Abhiyan' GKS visited and Angoli villages of Surat district, as well as Kachholi and Amadpor village of Navsari district. Patel said the drive is able to garner a response from villages. "In every village, 100-500 farmers are attending the meetings and oppose the project in one voice,' said Patel.Talking about Amadpor village, Patel said that the market price of the land is Rs five crore but the government wants to buy land at jantri rates which is Rs40 lakh per bigha. How can farmers agree to such a bargain, he asked. The land in South Gujarat is extremely fertile. It also receives canal water ...
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Subgroup of Chief Ministers to look at how NREGA can help agriculture 20.6.2018 DNA: India
The Centre on Tuesday announced a subgroup of chief ministers, who will work on the convergence of MNGREGS and agriculture policies. The subgroup, to be convened by Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Chouhan, has Andhra CM Chandrababu Naidu, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar, Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani, Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath, West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee and Sikkim CM Pawan Chamling, along with NITI Aayog member Ramesh Chand as members. During the Niti Aayog deliberations on doubling of farmers' income, Andhra CM Chandrababu Naidu suggested that MNREGS could be used effectively during the pre-sowing and post-harvest process to reduce agrarian distress. The subgroup said that it will submit a report in the next three months, and will hold its first meeting sometime in July. Outlining the mandate of the subgroup, a government release said that state-specific interventions during pre-sowing and post-harvest terms will be explored, to improve incomes and to conserve more water. Another mandate will be to explore how ...
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State to rediscover its heritage 20.6.2018 The Tribune
Gurugram, June 19 Taking lessons from neighbouring Delhi and Rajasthan that are riding high on heritage tourism, the Department of Archaeology in the state has not only started a survey but also asked people to inform it about any heritage property in their area. People have been asked to write to the department about any ‘haveli’ (traditional mansion) or ‘baoli’ (stepwell) or ‘chhatri’ (elevated, dome-shaped pavilion) in their area that is around 100 years old even if it is in bad shape or encroached upon. “Haryana has a rich archaeological heritage. But it is unfortunate that state residents themselves are unaware of it. Be it forts or check dams, we have the finest architectural and engineering marvels that are collapsing for want of maintenance and need to be preserved. So, we have started a statewide survey of such forgotten heritage monuments and private properties and adding them to our ‘protected list’. However, we need local citizens’ help for this,” said Praveen Kumar, Director, Department of ...
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Check-dam triggered landslip, says Oppn 18.6.2018 Hindu: Rx
A high-level probe has been ordered by the government to ascertain whether a private check-dam with holding capacity of 4 lakh litres of water atop t
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NGO helps revive rainwater harvesting systems 18.6.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Faridabad, June 17 Development-2050, an NGO, has helped in the revival of as many as 50 rainwater harvesting systems lying defunct for the past few years in the city. A total of 180 such systems installed in the past couple of decades have been lying non-functional due to poor upkeep. “We have been associated with providing direct help for work on the revival or repair of around one-third such systems lying non-functional. We have aided in repairing around 50 so far,” said Shaswat, head of the NGO. Adding that more systems would be put in place by the end of the month, he said it was perhaps for the first time that the MC had involved the services of private professionals in such a job. He said Development-2050 had been involved in water conservation initiatives for rainwater harvesting and revival of water bodies, drains and check dams. He said expertise was provided by a team consisting of architects, engineers, urban planners and experts from various fields. “The present work is ...
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Two more check-dams coming up soon across Kosasthalaiyar river 17.6.2018 Hindu: Home
The Korattur anicut, damaged during the 2015 floods, is finally getting attention
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