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Cabinet Approval and Sanctions for Proposal , Mar 2020 11.3.2020 Voice of Sikkim
Gangtok, 11 Mar (IPR) : In the recently concluded Cabinet meeting the Government approved and sanctioned the following proposals. HOME DEPARTMENT:- 1. Implementation of modernization of State Police Force Rs.1,74,000,00/- (Rupees one crore seventy four lakhs). 2. Purchase of 20 nos. of Bolero for Sikkim Police for SHOs & SDPOs Rs.1,34,26,920/- (Rupees one crore thirty […]
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What do the manifestos of AAP, BJP and INC promise for Delhi elections 2020? 6.2.2020 Citizen Matters
With the Delhi assembly elections just around the corner, what are the key promises in the manifestos of AAP. BJP and INC? How do they compare on key issues such as education, housing, healthcare and pollution?
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Water Scarcity 29.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Madya Pradesh facing acute water scarcity due to deficient rains this year. The average rainfall of the state in 921 millimeter but it rained only 636 millimeters. The rains are deficient by 31 per cent. Even now in the month of March when summer is still not in full form there are 166 urban areas where water not supplied daily. In eleven small towns there is gap of three days in water supply. About 23,000 hand pumps have gone dry. The State Government has earmarked expenditure of Rs. 122 crores on water transportation through trains and road tankers. On such critical situation the tube well go dry and it are also responsible for over draw of underground water and its going down beyond reach. The state should immediately go for dredging the rivers and rivulets to store water and distribute it through water rationing. The traditional well should now be revived by advancing loans to the people and local municipal and panchayat bodies. The state instead to making contingency provision now and then ...
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Water Scarcity 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Madya Pradesh facing acute water scarcity due to deficient rains this year. The average rainfall of the state in 921 millimeter but it rained only 636 millimeters. The rains are deficient by 31 per cent. Even now in the month of March when summer is still not in full form there are 166 urban areas where water not supplied daily. In eleven small towns there is gap of three days in water supply. About 23,000 hand pumps have gone dry. The State Government has earmarked expenditure of Rs. 122 crores on water transportation through trains and road tankers. On such critical situation the tube well go dry and it are also responsible for over draw of underground water and its going down beyond reach. The state should immediately go for dredging the rivers and rivulets to store water and distribute it through water rationing. The traditional well should now be revived by advancing loans to the people and local municipal and panchayat bodies. The state instead to making contingency provision now and then ...
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“Draft Mobility Plan based on faulty data, is financially unviable” 20.1.2020 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
The draft Comprehensive Mobility Plan is problematic from the legal, technical and financial perspectives
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Water Scarcity 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Madya Pradesh facing acute water scarcity due to deficient rains this year. The average rainfall of the state in 921 millimeter but it rained only 636 millimeters. The rains are deficient by 31 per cent. Even now in the month of March when summer is still not in full form there are 166 urban areas where water not supplied daily. In eleven small towns there is gap of three days in water supply. About 23,000 hand pumps have gone dry. The State Government has earmarked expenditure of Rs. 122 crores on water transportation through trains and road tankers. On such critical situation the tube well go dry and it are also responsible for over draw of underground water and its going down beyond reach. The state should immediately go for dredging the rivers and rivulets to store water and distribute it through water rationing. The traditional well should now be revived by advancing loans to the people and local municipal and panchayat bodies. The state instead to making contingency provision now and then ...
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A UN aid worker took the horrors of Sri Lanka’s civil war and turned conflict into a graphic novel 23.12.2019 Scroll.in
‘Vanni’, by Benjamin Dix and Lindsay Pollock – takes the viewer into environments, such as torture cells, inaccessible to most.
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In water rich Bhutan, capital Thimphu often goes thirsty 25.11.2019 Scroll.in
Authorities are struggling to meet the water needs of the fast growing capital, especially in the winter when there is little rain or snow and pipes freeze over
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The West’s myopic policies for eradication of typhoid are coming back to haunt it 30.10.2019 Scroll.in
Drug-resistant variants of the deadly disease are spreading across international borders. Should rich countries be surprised?
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ADB grants loan to upgrade 7 Tripura dist HQs 13.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
ADB grants loan to upgrade 7 Tripura dist HQs
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Tamil Nadu govt nod to establish desalination plant worth Rs 6,078 cr 18.9.2019 Projects Monitor

The government of Tamil Nadu has accorded administrative sanction to establish 400 MLD capacity sea water reverse osmosis desalination plant at Perur in Thiruporur block of Kancheepuram district. The project will see an invetment to the tune of Rs 6,078.40 crore. The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) will provide financial assistance for the project. The […]

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Bishnupur Block Congress Committee assists farmers 26.7.2019 Manipur: E-Pao
Bishnupur Block Congress Committee assists farmers
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Budget Speech Summary – Part A 5.7.2019 Govt of india: PIB
Indian economy becoming a 3 trillion dollar economy this year with World’s 3rd  largest economy in terms of Purchasing Power Parity, government’s intention to invest Rs. 100 lakh crore in infrastructure in next 5 years, enhaced target of over one lakh 5,000 crore of disinvestment in 2019-20, proposal to provide Rs.70,000 crore to PSBs to boost credit, doubling of food security budget in last 5 years, faster adoption of Electric vehicles with an outlay of Rs.10,000 crore, opening of 18 new Indian diplomatic missions in Africa, development of 17 iconic Tourism Sites into world class tourist destinations and issuance of new series of coins of 1,2,5,10 & 20 rupees are some of the key highlights of the Union Budget 2019-20 presented to Parliament by Union Minister of Finance and Corporate Affairs Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman today.
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Key Highlights of Union Budget 2019-20 5.7.2019 Govt of india: PIB
The Union Minister for Finance and Corporate Affairs Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman made her maiden Budget Speech today and presented the Union Budget 2019-20 before the Parliament. The key highlights of Union Budget 2019 are as follows:   10-point Vision for the decade Building Team India with Jan Bhagidari: Minimum Government Maximum Governance.
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Bhopal left with water for two weeks, thanks to neglect of iconic Upper Lake 3.7.2019 Citizen Matters
Crores have been marked for wetland preservation and urban water supply; yet, shrinking lakes, ineffective sewage management and diminishing green cover have brought Bhopal to a situation where its natural water reserves may dry up within a matter of weeks.
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Water pumps give relief to Naoriya Pakhanglakpa farmers 30.6.2019 Manipur: E-Pao
Water pumps give relief to Naoriya Pakhanglakpa farmers
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World Bank approves $ 147 million loan to Jharkhand 25.6.2019 Sify Finance
The World Bank on Tuesday approved a $147 million loan agreement to provide basic urban services to the people of Jharkhand and help improve the management capacity of the urban local bodies (ULBs) in the state.
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World Bank approves $147 Million Loan to the Government of Jharkhand for the implementation of Jharkhand Municipal Development Project 24.6.2019 Govt of india: PIB
The Government of India, the Government of Jharkhand and the World Bank, signed here today a $147 Million Loan Agreement to provide basic urban services to the people of Jharkhand and help improve the management capacity of the urban local bodies (ULBs) in the State.
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DoNER commits Rs 176.43-cr aid to Manipur 24.6.2019 The Assam Tribune
DoNER commits Rs 176.43-cr aid to Manipur
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ADB sanctions Rs 1,650 crore for development in Tripura 17.6.2019 The Assam Tribune
ADB sanctions Rs 1,650 crore for development in Tripura
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