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HC judge offered flat in Mumbai may not get it 27.6.2017 India – The Indian Express
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Purab Premium Apartments: MLA hints at third party audit of project 27.6.2017 India – The Indian Express
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Faridabad lynching: He drank but was never violent, says wife of accused 27.6.2017 India – The Indian Express
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CM helps bring bodies of Andraskars early in city 27.6.2017 Nagpur News, Latest Nagpur News Headlines & Live Updates - Times of India
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NMC to hand over 75 acres to Symbi 27.6.2017 Nagpur News, Latest Nagpur News Headlines & Live Updates - Times of India
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Lord Ram & Krishna keep nation united, says Yogi Adityanath 27.6.2017 India News | Get Live Updates Of UP Polls, 2017 And Other Breaking News And Analysis On Politics And Current Affairs From India
Chief minister said that the recently approved Noida International Airport would make it easy for tourists to reach UP.
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Abhivachan showcases brilliance of author Uday Prakash’s works 27.6.2017 Nagpur News, Latest Nagpur News Headlines & Live Updates - Times of India
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State wants to shift city brick kilns to Koradi,increase use of fly ash 27.6.2017 Nagpur News, Latest Nagpur News Headlines & Live Updates - Times of India
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Hyderabad Metro Rail seeks critical Telangana government help 27.6.2017
Hyderabad: The Hyderabad Metro Rail project is facing problems in critical areas. HMR officials have listed several issues and sought help from the government. HMR said the completion of work on the Begumpet Metro Rail station was being delayed as they could not get permission for complete road closure on the other side of Country Club. A traffic management plan was approved for the Begumpet Metro station on December 3, 2016. HMR has work pending on the lower concourse level, pier arm beams and slab casting on the other side of Country Club. HMR said complete road closure was required for completion of work on the station. Sequential permissions would only delay progress of work on the project. The authorities have requested the state government"s support for complete road closure. Closure of the arterial road which sees lakhs of vehicles moving up and down seems unlikely, if not impossible. Compounding the problem is the lack of roads that can handle the volume of traffic.  In Stage 3, ...
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Curvy flyovers prove fatal for motorists 27.6.2017
CHENNAI: Many an event has been reported, numerous cases filed and fatal accidents witnessed, but the problem of flyovers never seem to end. The unscientifically built structures with curves and inclined pillars are a testimony to the fact that they are half-hearted attempts at solving traffic issues. The bridge that connects Tiruvallur oil mill and Manavala Nagar in Tiruvallur district is one of the major examples of the problem as it witnesses at least one major accident a month. "The main cause for curves on flyovers is either the land acquisition problem or the presence of water bodies. In the case of the Tiruvallur bridge, it has been designed according to the existing road which is curved. So, the bridge has many unnecessary curves often causing motorists to skid," said Senthil, an activist.  Similarly, the flyover connecting Guindy Race Course and Velachery is L-shaped. A steep turn midway on the bridge has been known to lead to many mishaps. According to traffic expert Krishna ...
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Govt land at Cacora latest to be inspected for IIT Goa campus 27.6.2017 TOI: Goa
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Telangana starts taking back land 27.6.2017
Hyderabad: Government land parcels that private firms and individuals mortgaged with banks to secure loans, without taking up projects  for which the land was given, have come under the scanner.  One such case is that of over five acres of land worth nearly Rs 100 crore that was allotted in the IT zone by the Telugu Desam government in 2003 to Pacific Hospitals. The government has decided to cancel the allotment after it was found that the hospital management had mortgaged the land with Andhra Bank and borrowed Rs 22 crore in violation of land allotment norms and failed to build the super speciality hospital even after 14 years. The issue came to light recently after Andhra Bank served notices for auctioning of this piece of land after the hospital management defaulted on repayments. Revenue officials alerted the government and senior officials took up the issue with Andhra Bank and stopped the auction.The government told bank officials that the hospital management had no authority to mortgage ...
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Telangana: Housing loans for mid-income groups 27.6.2017

Hyderabad: The Centre has launched a credit-linked subsidy scheme to provide housing for urban middle income group families, for this year.

According to the guidelines sent by to the state government, the scheme provides for MIG-I and II housing. Those seeking loans to buy, build or re-purchase a house from banks, housing finance companies and other notified institutions will be eligible for interest subsidy.

For MIG-I housing, the Centre has set an income limit of Rs 12 lakh a year and for MIG-II, Rs 18 lakh. Beneficiaries will get 4 per cent interest subsidy in the MIG-I and 3 per cent in MIG-II. The maximum loan tenure is 20 years.

It will support acquisition or construction of a house of 90 square metres and 110 square meters carpet area as per income eligibility.

Preference will be given to women with overriding preference to widows, single working women, persons belonging to SC, ST and OBC communities, transgenders and those with disabilities.

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Criticising opposition has become Modi govt's foreign policy: Congress 27.6.2017 All Current Affairs Stories
The party also took potshots at PM Modi over his corruption-free regime claim
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Kaloji Narayana Rao Health varsity in doldrums 27.6.2017 thehansindia3918
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Health varsity ailing 27.6.2017 thehansindia3900
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Anantapur farmers find new hope in fig plantation 27.6.2017 thehansindia3899
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PGI’s second campus not anytime soon 27.6.2017 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Chandigarh, June 26 The plan to develop a second   campus of the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) hangs fire as the  UT Administration  is  charging the market rate for 51 acres in Sarangpur. The PGI has planned to develop a new OPD, trauma centre, cancer treatment centre and learning resources centre on the second campus in Sarangpur village, 2 km from the institute. However, meeting the finances for purchasing the land is turning out to be a big hurdle.  Amitabh Avasthi, Deputy Director, Administration, said, “We need a second campus. Last year, as many as 25 lakh patients visited the PGI.  One campus cannot cater to such a large number of people. The paperwork is done. We are working on the funds. It’s a government-run institution and cannot pay the market price of land. All possibilities are being looked into.”  Established on 277 acres, the PGI provides high-quality patient care, besides being a training ground in all-important branches of the ...
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Despite labour crunch, no takers for paddy transplant machines 27.6.2017 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Muktsar, June 26 Despite acute shortage of farm labourers and high charges they ask for paddy transplantation, there are no takers for the three paddy transplanting machines in this district. Officials of the Agriculture Department confirmed that the three paddy transplanters were presently not in use. “The transplanters belong to farmers, but they are not using it this season. Transplantation through this technique is a cumbersome process, needs extra care as farmers have to grow paddy seedlings in trays or mats. Some farmers had tried this technique in 2015. But since their input costs increased and they did not even get the desired results, they left this practice,” said Beant Singh, Chief Agriculture Officer, Muktsar. He added, “However, a number of farmers in our district opt for direct sowing of paddy. This is also done through the machines and is popular among farmers.” Notably, per-acre labour charges for manual transplantation of paddy was Rs 1,800 last year, which has ...
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Proposed multipurpose sports complex turns into parking lot 27.6.2017 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Amritsar June 26 After being used as a dumping ground by residents, the proposed multipurpose sports complex has now turned into a parking lot. A number of vehicles can be seen parked inside the complex. The foundation stone of the complex was laid in 2011 at Ranjit Avenue. The stadium is destined to provide world–class sports infrastructure to the players in the city. The multipurpose site plans to have a cricket ground, athletic track, football and lawn tennis grounds to promote the sports culture in the city. The land of the stadium is being used as parking space. Bikes and green vans for the door-to-door garbage collection system of the solid waste management project can be seen parked inside the complex. The Amritsar Improvement Trust has been assigned the task to construct the world-class stadium at 9,500 sq yards. Officials of the trust have been fighting a legal case over the claim of the property. As a result, the project is being delayed for the past many years. However, ...
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