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Leopard trapped in Jalpaiguri, released in forest

A full grown female leopard at Binnaguri tea garden here was captured and released in a forest today, forest department officials said. Divisional Forest Officer (Jalpaiguri) Sunita Ghatak said the animal was caught last night in a trap laid in the ... Business Standard, 59 minutes ago

Tourists visiting Kerala for Ayurveda treatment on the decline

A survey conducted on behalf of the state tourism department showed the tourists who visited Kerala for ayurveda treatment decreased over the years, pointing out the gross inadequacies in infrastructure facilities in this sector.
 Times of India2 hours ago

Solar Impulse departs Myanmar for China

Solar Impulse 2 took off from Myanmar`s second biggest city of Mandalay early Monday and headed for China`s Chongqing, the fifth flight of a landmark journey to circumnavigate the globe powered solely by the sun. The single-seater aircraft`s team spent more ...
 Zee News11 hours ago 'Fuel-free aeroplane' Solar Impulse departs Myanmar for China  Sify4 hours ago Solar Impulse 2 Departs Myanmar for China  NDTV11 hours ago Solar Impulse departs from Myanmar, heads to China  One India4 hours ago

Commerce department falls short of funds for building export infrastructure

The BJP government's move towards 'fiscal federalism', resulting in direct transfer of funds to states, has left the commerce department without money to set up new expo centres or testing labs for exports.
 Times of India7 hours ago

Minority areas' TP schemes not yet cleared

It's not with Fatehwadi alone. Over the past eight months the state urban development department has been refusing to sanction town planning schemes — essential for providing basic civic amenities — prepared by AMC for minority dominated areas like ...
 Times of India8 hours ago

Education department sets up panel to probe CET gaffes

Education department sets up panel to probe CET gaffes Monday, 30 March 2015 - 7:00am IST | Agency: dna | From the print edition Santosh Andhale The medical education department has decided to appint Taking serious cognisance of the goof-up with the Common ...
 DNA8 hours ago

BMC drags its feet on RTE admissions lottery

Living upto its legacy of running behind schedule, the civic education department is yet to decide the date for the RTE lottery process. Where the last day of extended date for applying for RTE admission process have got over on 23 March. Civic officials are ...
 DNA8 hours ago

Sukhbir asks AGDP to inquire, report about police excesses

Punjab deputy chief minister Sukhbir Badal, who also heads home department, said he had asked for a report from ADGP (law and order) about the recent police excesses — lathicharge at Nawanshahr and Lambi without magisterial orders.
 Times of India8 hours ago

Nashik official catches sand trafficker, gets thrown off moving truck

A revenue department official, known as a talathi, was beaten up by suspected sand smugglers and thrown off a moving truck in Nashik after he caught the truck with what is believed to be trafficked sand, on Sunday morning.
 DNA9 hours ago

DoPT seeks suggestion on format of PIO reply

The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) has issued a circular seeking views and suggestions of citizens on the format a public information officer (PIO) should follow while replying to an RTI application.
 DNA9 hours ago
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