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Vijay Rupani: A swayamsevak, stock broker and founder of a trust for poor

  2016-08-06 06:25:44

Vijay Rupani seemed the natural choice for the top job in Gujarat until he declared himself out of the race and left for Rajkot, his home town, to celebrate his 61st birthday on August 2. However, it was Rupani who emerged as the choice for Gujarat C...

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Non-disbursement of loans to farmers is reality: Supreme Court

  2016-08-02 08:13:58

The Supreme Court on Monday expressed concern over non-implementation of its directions on the issue of monetary assistance to farmers in drought-affected areas, saying that non-disbursement of loans to them is a ?reality?. ?Rains have started. What...

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In five Haryana districts, 15,000 lower-level cops transferred in 29 months

  2016-07-01 11:58:49

From 2014 up to the first five months of 2016, five districts in Haryana effected a staggering 15,000 transfers of police personnel at the lower levels of the force, according to data accessed by The Indian Express through police sources. The transf...

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Akhilesh Yadav makes helmets compulsory for pillion riders

  2016-06-24 07:02:28

THE AKHILESH government on Thursday made helmets compulsory for pillion riders across the state. The state cabinet, which met on Thursday, decided to amend the Motor Vehicle Rules, making it mandatory for a pillion rider to wear a helmet, except if ...

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NGO rescues suicide victims' kin

  2016-06-09 08:02:29

An NGO has come to the aid of 18 families of farmers who committed suicide last year in the district. The Maharashtra Institute of Technology Transfer for Rural Areas (MITTRA) is providing all agricultural related help to the family members in such ...

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Can crowdfunding help build a canal? A village in parched Marathwada begins on a journey, trickle by trickle

  2016-06-07 08:23:31

Is crowdfunding, a concept gradually gaining roots in India, only helpful for start-up entrepreneurs? Ganesh Kharade, a farmer in Horti village in drought-hit Marathwada certainly doesn’t think so. That’s why, instead of aimlessly waiting for the mo...

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Mangroves under threat: Encroachment rises on 40-km stretch of Bhuigaon beach in Vasai

  2016-05-17 11:22:55

As beach-goers ride toward the Bhuigaon beach in Vasai, they pass by barren mangroves, a reminder of the once lush swamps in the area lying about 40 km north of Mumbai, now decaying as the tidal marshes dry up every day. Despite the Bombay High Cour...

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SC directs Centre to release MGNREGA funds, pay damages to farmers

  2016-05-14 11:12:58

The Supreme Court on Friday asked the Centre to release all the outstanding and necessary funds for MGNREGA scheme to the States and directed it to pay compensation for delayed wages to the farmers in drought-affected areas. "Government can't hide b...

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Pinarayi Vijayan: Haven’t thought of CM candidate; if we get a majority, party will decide

  2016-04-22 12:10:48

You have said the LDF is targeting more than 100 seats. The general impression is that the election is neck and neck. What makes you so confident? Our expectation is that we will get more than 100 seats. People are losing their faith in the UDF in...

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A drought of relief

  2016-04-18 07:01:07

Don't harass farmers, expecting a bribe from them," a furious Devendra Fadnavis is telling officials of the agriculture department at a meeting he called on March 28 to review the progress of the farm ponds scheme. "This scheme has to succeed." Mahar...

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Maharashtra govt plans permanent shelters for old cows

  2016-03-21 07:30:43

The Maharashtra government has decided to set up permanent shelters in 34 districts for old cows that have stopped yielding milk to ensure they are not abandoned. The decision comes a year after its controversial move to ban beef across Maharashtra. ...

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NGO moves HC on ryots’ plight

  2016-03-18 10:50:12

Nagpur: Loknayak Bapuji Aney Smarak Samiti has moved the Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court, alleging discriminatory treatment by Maharashtra government against farmers who had taken loans from banks. The petitioner has prayed for modification in GR ...

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Union Budget 2016: MGNREGA allocation hiked by Rs 3,800 crore

  2016-03-03 11:31:48

The NDA government, which had earlier raised doubts over the efficacy of MGNREGA, today increased its allocation by over Rs 3,800 crore in 2016-17, with Finance Minister Arun Jaitley laying down the road map for rural development in the Union Budget....

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64 years on, NGO helps treat leprosy patients

  2016-02-29 07:33:21

NAVI MUMBAI: For the last 64 years, a discreet little NGO has been treating and curing leprosy patients totally free of cost. Shantivan Ashram or Kushtarog Nivaran Samiti as it is also known, has been running a programmen for leprosy patients and hav...

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Who’s a farmer leader? Rahul just speaks about them, but BJP has most farmer MPs: Union Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh

  2016-02-11 04:30:21

Radha Mohan Singh may not be as well-known as his predecessor Sharad Pawar or wield the political clout that the latter did. Yet, he holds what has traditionally been considered an important post for a country where nearly 50 per cent of the workforc...

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10 years of rural job guarantee scheme: Congress, BJP spar over MGNREGA ‘success’

  2016-02-10 03:47:03

The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) completed 10 years on Tuesday, sparking a political slugfest as both the Congress and the BJP rushed to take credit for its “success”. While Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said th...

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Crop insurance scheme 'dressed up' version of old policy: NGOs

  2016-02-04 06:48:25

New Delhi, Jan 15: Swaraj Abhiyan, a group formed by ousted AAP leaders Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav, and some other NGOs today termed the new crop insurance scheme as a "dressed up" version of the existing insurance policies. Several organisa...

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