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Godrej Agrovet chairman Nadir Godrej: We are doing lot of R&D in Agri-chemicals 18.7.2018 Free Press Journal: Business
The beautiful view of mangroves from one of the top floors of Godrej One, Vikhroli, Mumbai is the backdrop
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PM’s double income scheme brings succour to Nalbari villagers 18.7.2018 The Assam Tribune
PM’s double income scheme brings succour to Nalbari villagers
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When salt extended shelf life of fish in Goa 18.7.2018 Goa News – The Navhind Times
RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT PANAJI Fish has been one of the most important and sustaining food factors in the life of Goans for centuries together, and furthermore, as an important part of the Goan diet, the traditional preservation of fish has also become almost an industry in itself. In the pre-Liberation era and ...
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Bina irrigation project to benefit refinery, not farmers: Sunilam 17.7.2018 Central Chronicle » Bhopal
Agencies, Bhopal, Former legislator and Akhil Bharatiya Kisan Sangharsh Samanvay Samiti working committee member Sunilam today alleged that the Bina irrigation project is being implemented in order to benefit the Bharat Oman Refineries Limited at Bina in Madhya Pradesh’s Sagar district. “Nearly 50,000 peasants in 86 villages are going to be affected. No information was provided […]
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Quality Education arrangement to be made available in village itself: PR Minister Dr. Mishra 17.7.2018 Central Chronicle » Bhopal
Foundation for Higher Secondary School upgradation laid at village Chirula of Datia distt. Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, Minister for Public Relations, Water Resources and Parliamentary Affairs Dr. Narottam Mishra laid foundation of upgradation work of Higher Secondary School of village Chirula of Datia district today. He mentioned that education till higher secondary level will be made available […]
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PAC pulls up SPV panel for non utilisation of Rs 200 crore 17.7.2018 The Shillong Times
SHILLONG: The public accounts committee (PAC) of the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly has questioned the special purpose vehicle (SPV) committee on Lafarge Umiam Mining Private Limited (LUMPL) for not spending more than Rs 200 crore for the development of 53 villages under Shella and Mawsynram constituencies. The PAC on Monday summoned the Meghalaya chief secretary and […]
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What is SRI Rice? 17.7.2018 Buzz – The Navhind Times
Miguel Braganza For the last three years, the students of Don Bosco College of Agriculture (DBCA), Sulcorna, have learnt how sample soil and analyze its nutrient as well as microbial health status; insect pests and their organic management practices; fungal and bacterial diseases and their management. They have hands-on experience in raising rice seedlings by ...
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Continuous rain puts Pune's low lying areas on high alert as water released from Khadakwasla dam 16.7.2018 DNA: Wide Angle
Low-lying areas of Pune are on alert after the irrigation department released water into Mutha river at the rate of 18,491 cusecs even as the catchment areas of the dams providing water to Pune witnessed continuous rain on Monday. The riverside roads and low-lying Baba Bhide bridge have been already submerged due to the rains. The civic administration has now issued an alert to those living in these areas.   Pune city and adjoining areas have witnessed continuous rain since Saturday night, which resulted in increasing the water level in the four dams Khadakwasla, Panshet, Varasgaon and Temghar. In fact, on Monday, the Khadakwasla dam filled to its capacity and the irrigation department had to release the water at the rate of 3,500 cusecs in the morning. However, as the downpour continued throughout the day, the water release had to be increased at the rate of 18,000 cusecs in the evening. Speaking to DNA, irrigation department officials said, "On Monday, the total water storage in these four dams has ...
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Sonowal attends ‘Krishak Samaroh’ 15.7.2018 The Assam Tribune
Sonowal attends ‘Krishak Samaroh’
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Young innovators of Goa 13.7.2018 Kurio City – The Navhind Times
Every final year student has been a part of a group to work on a project wherein they explore their ideas, creativity and work hard to develop some interesting and useful plans. NT KURIOCITY bring readers the details of some engineering final year projects RAMANDEEP KAUR | NT KURIOCITY Working on final year project often ...
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I understand Farmers’ pain-Shall pay them full for their hard work: CM 13.7.2018 Central Chronicle » Bhopal
Chief Minister deposited Rs. 882.74 crore against crop insurance in 1.11 lakh farmers’ bank accounts Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, The Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, during the Crop Insurance Amount Distribution Programme held at Kalapipal of Shajapur district today has said that he understand farmers’ pain. Farmers work hard in agriculture fields by bearing the brunt of […]
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Cloud Sourcing 13.7.2018 DNA: Bangalore
Cloud Sourcing
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'Farmers' institutional loans must be waived' 13.7.2018 Metros | The Asian Age
CM calls for adequate budgetary provision by Centre.
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Manoj Tiwari inspects route of Delhi water taxi project 13.7.2018 Metros | The Asian Age
Local MP Mr Tiwari claimed that the facilities will provide a boost to tourism in Delhi.
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Restoring a heritage lake! 13.7.2018 Delhi Age
IAS officer R.V. Karnan has successfully revived a 48-acre heritage waterbody that was facing the threat of encroachment.
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Mamata for waiving institutional loans of farmers 12.7.2018 PTI: All news
Mamata for waiving institutional loans of farmers
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Maharashtra government bats for solar projects on large dams 12.7.2018 DNA: Wide Angle
In a major push for the renewable energy sector and to overcome resistance to the acquisition of private land for infrastructure projects, the state government has set the ball rolling for floating solar power projects on large dams. This will see solar panels being installed on the Ujani dam, followed by sites like the Jaikwadi and Koyna reservoirs. A senior official from the Maharashtra energy department said the Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MahaVitaran) had floated expressions of interest (EoI) for a 1,000 MW floating solar power project at Ujani dam. The project will be awarded through the tariff-based competitive bidding method, where the bidder quoting the lowest tariff is selected. "After Ujani, we are planning to take up work at the Koyna dam in Satara district and the Jaikwadi dam in Aurangabad," he added. At the Ujani dam, which is one of the largest in Maharashtra, and a crucial water supply and irrigation source for Solapur district, the project will cover 2,000 ...
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All hopes dashed, say Jhajjar villagers 12.7.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Jhajjar, July 11 The Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY) which focuses on rural development has turned out to be a “failure” in Islaamgarh village. No change for the better has been witnessed here in the past four years. The villagers, as usual, are grappling with scarcity of potable water, non-availability of drainage system, long power cuts, lack of health services and traffic congestion. Islaamgarh, which is popularly known as Chhuchhakvaas village, was adopted by Rohtak MP Deepender Hooda under SAGY in 2014. The villagers were optimistic about the redress of their basic grievances following the adoption of the village, but their hopes have now been dashed utterly, said Ram Avtar, a farmer of the village. “The village has not yet got any benefit of SAGY. We are still forced to buy potable water not only for us but also for our cattle as the government supply of water comes after three days and that too for a short time. Those who are capable of paying extra utilise the camper service ...
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Mild showers offer little relief from heat 12.7.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Amritsar, July 11 After a dry spell of almost seven days, the city residents got a little respite from heat wave as the area witnessed mild showers early Wednesday morning. However, the relief was short-lived as the showers left behind a high level of humidity in the air during noon which caused much trouble, especially to commuters. In the agriculture sector too, the dry spell has increased trouble for farmers as it has increased the demand for power for irrigation as the farmers are solely dependent on ground water to keep their paddy fields inundated. Avtar Singh, a farmer from Manan village, said, “Around 20 per cent of the fields are still to be transplanted in our area. The showers are of much help to farmers in this season. power cuts in rural areas have increased.” While most of the farmers have already completed transplantation in their fields, shortage of labour from other states has resulted in a delay in transplantation for farmers who could not find labour in the first ...
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Urja Vikas Parva to be observed in state today 11.7.2018 Central Chronicle
Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, Urja Vikas Parva will be observed in the state on July 11. The Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will participate in the Urja Vikas Parva to be held at Ratlam. Minister for Energy Paras Jain and Minister of State for School Education Deepak Joshi will also present in this programme. Members of the […]
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