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BEML hits new 52-week high as Cabinet approves new Metro Rail policy
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Government approves new Metro Rail policy

The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved the Metro Rail Policy 2017 to keep up with "high level of expectations and states' aspirations", Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced.He said that currently the Metro Rail is operational in seven cities, ... Prokerala, 1 day ago
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Presidency University students demand scrapping of West Bengal education bill

The Presidency University Students' Union demanded the varsity should not go by the West Bengal government's decision to implement an apolitical students' council model The post Presidency University students demand scrapping of West Bengal education bill ...
 First Post.com12 hours ago Presidency students demand scrapping of education bill  DNA19 hours ago

'Centre approved forest diversion for Kalasa-Banduri work in 2003'

The Union government has in 2003 approved diversion of 243 hectare of forest land in Western Ghats for Banduri nala diversion scheme in Belagavi district. This revelation was made in response to an RTI application filed by a Bengaluru resident. Notably, the ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago State tells SC it filed for Kalasa-Banduri approval, Centre begs to differ  Deccan Herald15 hours ago SC directs Centre to tell if K'taka sought eco clearance for Kalasa-Banduri proj  Deccan Herald1 week ago
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Gorakhpur tragedy effect: Delhi hospitals asked to ensure proper supply of medicines, equipment

In the wake the children deaths at the Gorakhpur tragedy, the Union health ministry and the Delhi government have asked hospitals in the national capital to ensure that they do not run out of essential medicines.
 India Today12 hours ago
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Blocking Tripura CM's speech shows how Prasar Bharati is now part of BJP's propaganda war

The BJP-led Union government has hit a new level of brazenness by getting the public service broadcaster to allegedly block the Independence Day address of Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar. With every passing day, the BJP is demonstrating that it is ...
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Punjab truckers set truck on fire to oppose ban on unions

Taking their protest against the Punjab government's move to ban truck unions to the next level, a group of truckers on Wednesday set a goods carrier on fire in Punjab's Nakodar town, 160 km from here.The truck was set ablaze by the Nakodar Truck Union ...
 Prokerala2 weeks ago No rollback on truck union ban: Punjab CM  Prokerala1 week ago Punjab: Truck operators call off agitation  DNA1 day ago
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Gorakhpur tragedy: Research centre in child diseases to be set up

The Union government has approved the setting up of a regional medical centre at a cost of Rs 85 crore in Gorakhpur for in-depth research into children's diseases, Union Health Minister J P Nadda said today.The announcement comes in the backdrop of the deaths of at least 30 children in 48 hours in a government hospital in Gorakhpur.Nadda, who was addressing a press conference along with Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, said that before coming to Gorakhpur he had given his nod to ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago 'It is murder of our children'  Rediff.com2 days ago 30 children die at state-run hospital in UP's Gorakhpur  Mathrubhumi5 days ago 30 children die in Gorakhpur hospital, probe ordered  Rediff.com5 days ago
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Hospital tragedy a 'test' for CM Adityanath: Ram Vilas Paswan

Union minister Ram Vilas Paswan on Saturday sought a time-bound probe into the deaths of 30 children in a government hospital in Gorakhpur, and said it was an "hour of test" for Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
 Zee News4 days ago Government rules out possibility of zero duty sugar import  Prokerala5 days ago Gorakhpur hospital tragedy: Ram Vilas Paswan says incident marks testing time for CM Yogi Adityanath  First Post.com5 days ago Hospital tragedy a 'test' for CM Adityanath: Paswan  Rediff.com5 days ago
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Aiming all-electric car fleet in country by 2030: Piyush Goyal

Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal today said the world is moving towards electric vehicles and the government is working on a road map to ensure all-electric car fleet in the country. The minister further said that although hybrid cars have cut down the fuel ...
 Money Today1 week ago Ministries want cut in biodiesel GST, biofuels policy  Sify1 week ago Govt still focussed on having only electric cars in India by 2030  Asia Net India1 week ago India to add 7K MW nuclear power capacity: Goyal  Business Standard5 days ago
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College students union elections in Odisha on September 23

The Higher Education Department of Odisha government today decided to hold the students union elections in all the degree colleges across the state on September 23.
 DNA5 days ago Jadavpur University erupts against Mamata's plan of apolitical students' unions  India Today6 days ago No plan to set up collegium to select election commissioners  Business Standard2 weeks ago JU students sit-in lifted  Business Standard5 days ago
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