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Caught on camera: Ahmedabad policemen topple vegetable carts, inspector is suspended 1.4.2020 Scroll.in
Reports of police atrocities on suppliers of essential services have surfaced from various parts of the country.
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Coronavirus: Migrant worker who walked two days to get home now faces stigma, uncertain future 1.4.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
Dashrath Yadav, who walked from Ahmedabad to his village in Rajasthan, is battling suspicion despite having tested negative for the virus.
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COVID-19 toll rises to 29; 1,071 total cases in India 30.3.2020 Rediff: News
The number of active COVID-19 cases stood at 942, while 99 people were either cured or discharged and one had migrated.
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"Covid 19": death toll reaches 18 across India 28.3.2020 Manipur: E-Pao
"Covid 19": death toll reaches 18 across India
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In photos: Social distancing seen at Cabinet meeting chaired by Modi, at shops across country 25.3.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
Shopkeepers demarcated boundaries by drawing squares and circles in white paint around their shops.
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‘Cow vigilantism has led to a major collapse in animal markets and hurt farm incomes’: Cattle expert 12.3.2020 Scroll.in
Veterinary scientist Sagari R Ramdas works with Dalit, Adivasi, landless and marginalised farmers.
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A woman India should be proud of 9.3.2020 Rediff: News
'We say we are proud to be Indian. Can we be proud of such an India where its people are hungry and on the streets?'
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An effort to revive Udupi saris 28.2.2020 Hindu: Fitness
The Kadike Trust organised a six-day workshop on natural dying as part of its project to revive Udupi saris, which enjoys the Geographical Indication
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Gujarat Budget: No new taxes, focus on education and health 26.2.2020 Hindu: Policy & Issues
Finance Minister Nitin Patel provided a healthy allocation of ₹31,955 crore for education, ₹11,243 crore for health, and ₹7,423 crore for the agriculture sectors.
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Meet the chef who will give Trumps a taste of Gujarat 24.2.2020 Rediff: News
Apart from khaman, the VVIPs from the US and their delegation will be offered broccoli and corn samosa, apple pie, kaju katli and a variety of teas to choose from, said chef Suresh Khanna of Ahmedabad's Fortune Landmark Hotel.
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From human hair to cumin seeds, what the Coronavirus panic has taught Indians about China 21.2.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
As China’s biggest trade partner, India has been affected by the virus in many big and small ways.
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Central team assesses damage to crops in locust-hit Rajasthan 19.2.2020 Hindu: Rx
Three-member panel interacted with a large number of farmers and asked about their efforts to deal with the situation
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Coronavirus: Exports of key commodities to be hit 7.2.2020 Rediff: Business
If the current situation prevails, exports to China could fall by 10-15 per cent. Meanwhile, even the prices of cotton, of which Gujarat is one of the leading producers, have taken a hit.
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Why Muslims are being boycotted in some Kutch villages 5.2.2020 Rediff: News
'After the NRC in Assam, things have changed for Muslims in India.'
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Monsoon Arrives 29.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The monsoon has arrived in India from its entry state Kerala four days earlier on May 28. The schedule date is June 1. The monsoon has two branches - one from Bay of Bengal known as South-Eastern Monsoon and another from the Arabian Sea known as South-Western Monsoon that arrives first from the Keala and moves upto the Western states of Karnataka, Goa, Maharashtra, Gujarat and enter into Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and moves towards Delhi. The Bay of Bengal branch rains in Tamil Nadu, Andhra, Chhattisgarh, Eastern Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh and reaches Delhi. It is a very interesting feature of Indian monsoon that its both Eastern and Western branches unite and become one branch over the national capital Delhi and moves upwards Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Jammu and Kashmri and mighty and lengthy Himalayan range to check the monsoon clouds to remain in India and pour it down here. It is geographically presumed that had there not been Himalaya, the India ...
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Amid Modi-Netanyahu bonhomie 29.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Agencies, New Delhi/Ahmedabad India-Israel relations got a major boost on Wednesday as opening new vistas both the Prime Ministers Narendra Modi and his ‘friend’ Benjamin Netanyahu expressed optimism of developing future technologies jointly by forging entrepreneurial alliances. Both the leaders also inaugurated a newly-built campus of International Centre for Entrepreneurship and Technology (iCreate) near Ahmedabad. Addressing a gathering at Vadrad in Sabarkantha district, Prime Minister Modi underlined that modern science can play a major game changer role and help develop agriculture even in water-starved landscapes like Israel and Gujarat. “It is a myth to consider that you need abundant water to ensure farm growth and boost production. Israel has proved that every droplet counts. Emphasis should be on making optimum use of water,” Prime Minister said after visiting the Centre of Excellence for Vegetables here alongside Israeli Prime Minister. Mr Netanyahu once again displayed strong warmth in ...
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New high in India-Israel ties 29.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Nine MoUs signed Agencies, New Delhi In a big push to their bilateral ties, India and Israel on Monday held wide-ranging discussions, resulting in inking of nine MoUs, focussing on defence, agriculture and cyber security. On the second day of Israeli Prime Minister Nenjamin Netanyahu’s visit to India, the two sides held wide-ranging delegation level talks here. The Indian side was led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with senior ministers and top Ministry of External Affairs officials. While in his statement Mr Modi said he shares impatience of his Israeli counterpart to achieve results, Mr Netanyahu , in turn described Mr Modi as a revolutionary leader. In a series of tweets, Mr Modi said he would have a chance to be with Israeli PM in his home state Gujarat day after. ‘There, we will have another opportunity to see the fulfillment of the promise, which our mutual cooperation holds in diverse areas such as agriculture, technology, and innovation,’ he tweeted. ‘In Prime Minister Netanyahu , I ...
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For India’s ‘One Nation-One Ration Card’ plan to succeed, it must overcome three key obstacles 26.1.2020 Scroll.in
Inter-state migrants cannot be beneficiaries of the public distribution system. The scheme seeks to correct this.
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Monsoon Arrives 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The monsoon has arrived in India from its entry state Kerala four days earlier on May 28. The schedule date is June 1. The monsoon has two branches - one from Bay of Bengal known as South-Eastern Monsoon and another from the Arabian Sea known as South-Western Monsoon that arrives first from the Keala and moves upto the Western states of Karnataka, Goa, Maharashtra, Gujarat and enter into Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and moves towards Delhi. The Bay of Bengal branch rains in Tamil Nadu, Andhra, Chhattisgarh, Eastern Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh and reaches Delhi. It is a very interesting feature of Indian monsoon that its both Eastern and Western branches unite and become one branch over the national capital Delhi and moves upwards Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Jammu and Kashmri and mighty and lengthy Himalayan range to check the monsoon clouds to remain in India and pour it down here. It is geographically presumed that had there not been Himalaya, the India ...
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Amid Modi-Netanyahu bonhomie 25.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Agencies, New Delhi/Ahmedabad India-Israel relations got a major boost on Wednesday as opening new vistas both the Prime Ministers Narendra Modi and his ‘friend’ Benjamin Netanyahu expressed optimism of developing future technologies jointly by forging entrepreneurial alliances. Both the leaders also inaugurated a newly-built campus of International Centre for Entrepreneurship and Technology (iCreate) near Ahmedabad. Addressing a gathering at Vadrad in Sabarkantha district, Prime Minister Modi underlined that modern science can play a major game changer role and help develop agriculture even in water-starved landscapes like Israel and Gujarat. “It is a myth to consider that you need abundant water to ensure farm growth and boost production. Israel has proved that every droplet counts. Emphasis should be on making optimum use of water,” Prime Minister said after visiting the Centre of Excellence for Vegetables here alongside Israeli Prime Minister. Mr Netanyahu once again displayed strong warmth in ...
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