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Anmol Betiyan prog. to be held on Jan 24

occasion of National Girl Child Day, the Women and Child Development Department is going to hold a day-long programme titled Anmol Betiyan on January 24 near Telibandha pond from 8.00 am onwards. On this occasion, a bike rally would be organized ... New Delhi Pioneer, 11 hours ago

Biofortification in Millets: A Sustainable Approach for Nutritional Security

Introduction Nutritional security is the key to improve the health status of the world's population as mankind is primarily dependent on plant-based diets. Plants are the major source of nutrients essential for normal growth and development.
 Frontiers in Neurorobotics19 hours ago

Uma Bharti lays foundation stone of Agri Engg. College building

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Raipur, Jan. 21 -- Union Water Resources Minister Uma Bharti on Friday laid foundation stone of Swami Vivekananda Agriculture Engineering and Technology College ...
 HT Syndication3 days ago

bauma Conexpo India 2016

, one of the most significant trade fairs for Construction Machinery, Building Material Machines, Mining Machines and Construction Vehicle Industry saw around 647 exhibitors—of which, 57% were international companies—from across 30 countries and ...
 Nbmcw.com1 week ago
DNA India

Husbands, play second fiddle, let women sarpanches come forward

The Centre will unveil a scheme next week to train women sarpanches across the country to empower them to take their own decisions and not rely on their husbands. A pet peeve of Union Minister of Women and Child Development Maneka Gandhi has been ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago
Times of India

Subodh Maskara: Sometimes people just drift apart

72 hours ago, actress-filmmaker-activist Nandita Das and Mumbai-based entrepreneur Subodh Maskara, who tied the knot on January 2, 2010, recently announced that they had separated. "Subodh and I have decided to separate. Thankfully, it is very ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Modi's rally in Lucknow likely to break previous records

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rally at the Rama Bai Ambedkar Maidan on Monday could break previous records of a crowd at a political rally. By noon, nearly two lakh people had already gathered inside the ground. Over 50,000 supporters were ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago

Rs.10 coins pile up as rumours take toll

Even as people continue to grapple with the effects of demonetisation, there seems to be another hurdle in carrying out cash transactions. For nearly a week now, traders and public have been rejecting ₹10 coins following rumours that the coins ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
The Freepress Journal

Ujjain: 20 painters awarded by Kalaparv Trust

07:32 am FOLLOW US: Ujjain: On the third day of Kalaparv all the artists were busy in creations from morning till evening on Friday. On the recommendations of the jury, 20 of the 130 participants were awarded for their creations. According to ...
 The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago
New Delhi Pioneer

Policy on protection of rights of Transgenders soon

workshop was held on Monday to formulate policies on the 'Protection of Rights of Transgenders at the State Mantralaya here. There was a detailed discussion on providing reservation to them, social security, scholarships, pensions and other ...
 New Delhi Pioneer4 weeks ago
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