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Agri Min seeks evaluation of soil health card scheme

The National Productivity Council and the National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management will evaluate the government's soil health card scheme that seeks to cover 12 crore farmers across the country. Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh had asked ... Business Standard, 1 month ago
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Modi's friend Abe may easily win Japan's election

'What lies at the core of Abe's stance is Japan's crisis management ability amid the increasingly tense North Korean situation,' says Rajaram Panda. After Japan's Prime Minister Abe Shinzo dissolved the Lower House more than a year before its term was to expire, the country goes to the polls on Sunday, October 22, to elect new members. This sudden development has raised the critical issue of possible power shifts and the vision of the new government. These issues have engaged different ...
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Blue economy can improve India's progress: PM Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 7 October announced that his government is taking steps towards the empowering fishermen, and added the Blue Economy must act as a catalyst in improving India's progress. "The Government of India is taking steps towards ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago
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I have been duped, says Gujarat: After Vikas going mad, another campaign hits BJP

The BJP's woes don't seem to be ending in poll-bound Gujarat as far as the social media campaigns against it are concerned. Once known for its expertise in cyber warfare, its army of social media experts stands clearly on the back foot as of now on how to ...
 catchnews.com4 weeks ago

Paddy fields inundated following heavy rain

Kodagu received heavy rain on Tuesday morning. As a result, hundreds of acres of paddy fields were inundated in Bhahamandala, Talacauvery and Napoklu. River Cauvery is in spate at Paluru, Kottamudi, Balamuri, Siddapura, Karadigodu, Kannangala and Puliyeri. In ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Yes, there is a real Phunsukh Wangdu!

Anshul meets Sonam Wangchuk, the man who inspired Aamir Khan's role in 3 Idiots.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Do the names Phunsukh Wangdu or Rancchoddas Shyamaldas Chanchad aka Rancho ring a bell? They are the various names of the protagonist in Raju Hirani's movie, 3 Idiots, played by Aamir Khan. The character they belonged to wasn't a figment of a fertile imagination, but drew inspiration from the real life story of an engineer-cum-scientist called Sonam Wangchuk.   This ...
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Nancy Hatch Dupree 'Grandmother of Afghanistan' dies in Kabul

Nancy Hatch Dupree, a historian from the United States who helped set up the Afghanistan Centre at Kabul University, has died in the country whose culture she worked for more than five decades to preserve, the university said on Sunday. She was 89. Dupree ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Modi's third Cabinet reshuffle: All you need to know

New Delhi: Third reshuffle of the Union Cabinet, being termed the last one before the General Elections of 2019, by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday promoted sincere and hardworking ministers, inducted new faces with potential and talent to work and ...
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JNU's School of Environmental Sciences organises a day dedicated to space tech

Vijnana Bharati's JNU chapter commenced with a Dr Vikram Sarabhai Memorial lecture, celebrating the National Remote Sensing Day in the university's School of Environmental Sciences (SES).Dr Shibendu S. Ray, Director, Mahalanobis National Crop Forecast Centre, ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Why a future war with Pakistan is certain

'As India progresses and takes an increasingly hardline approach to Pakistani hostility, the young and restless population of Pakistan, sooner than later, will demand Gazwa e Hind (conquest of India),' warns Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). For someone born on the cusp of Indian Independence and in the evening of one's life, the prospects of peace between India and Pakistan is a legitimate aspiration for the people of that generation. Recently, a prominent Pakistani lobbyist in the US, of similar ...
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