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NIPER foundation stone laid by Union Minister Ananth Kumar

GUWAHATI: Union minister for Chemicals and Fertilisers, Ananth Kumar on Saturday laid foundation stone a new permanent campus of National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER) in Guwahati. Kumar said that NIPER, Guwahati would ... Economic Times, 7 hours ago
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'Centre Awaits State's Response to Jan Aushadhi Proposal'

KOCHI: Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilisers H N Ananth Kumar said the State Government failed to respond to a letter sent by the Central Government on setting up Jan Aushadhi outlets in government hospitals at district and taluk ...
 New Indian Express1 day ago Rs 15 cr for Majuli infrastructure devp  Assam Tribune22 hours ago Centre ready to visit states instead of states visiting Delhi  Zee News3 days ago Premature Optimism?  Businessworld India1 month ago
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'Mini Mumbai' pat for steel city

Union minister for fertiliser and chemicals Ananth Kumar was all praise for Jamshedpur today, saying it was as important a city in Jharkhand as capital Ranchi, and called for its overall development given its national importance as a centre of steel.
 The Telegraph2 days ago Parv & praise for PM rule  The Telegraph1 week ago

Steps will be taken to revive FACT: Ananth Kumar

Kochi, May 28 (PTI) Asserting that steps would be taken to revive FACT, Union Fertilizers and Chemicals Minister Ananth Kumar today said that the state-run fertiliser firm requires "a re-structured plan". "FACT requires a re-structured plan.
 Press Trust of India2 days ago Immediate steps will be taken to reduce the prices of essential medicines: Union Health Minister  News on Air1 month ago PTI - FACT(MES13) - Steps will be taken to revive FACT: Ananth Kumar  Namibia Press Agency2 days ago

India to become self-reliant in urea in 4 years: Ananth Kumar

A file photo of union minister for chemicals and fertilisers Ananth Kumar. Photo: Mohd Zakir/ Hindustan Times Jamshedpur : The country will become self-reliant in urea and fertiliser in the next four years and is aiming to become the steel hub of ...
 Livemint.com3 days ago India to become self-sufficient in urea in four years: Minister  HT Syndication2 days ago PTI - KUMAR - India to become self-reliant in urea in 4 yrs: Ananth Kumar  Namibia Press Agency3 days ago `India to become self-reliant in urea in 4 years`  ZeeNews.com3 days ago

'No hike in urea price for next 4 years'

Union Chemicals and Fertilisers Minister Ananth Kumar on Friday said the NDA government had decided as a policy not to increase the price of urea for the next four years. Speaking at a workshop organised for the BJPfunctionaries to mark the ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago No urea price increase in NDA rule: Ananth Kumar  HT Syndication1 week ago

Land sought to set up urea factory

Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilisers H N Ananth Kumar on Wednesday, urged the State government to allot 500 acres land to set up a urea manufacturing factory. Though the State has agreed to provide the land and bear 10 per cent equity, the land should ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago India plans to set up urea plant in Iran: Govt  Business Standard India1 month ago Govt to set up two medical device parks  Deccan Herald1 month ago Government plans 10 pharma clusters with Rs 120-crore outlay  Economic Times2 months ago
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Govt to re-work revival package for PSU fertiliser firm FACT

Government plans to re-work the nearly Rs 1,000 crore revival package for FACT, Union Minister Ananth Kumar said today and also asserted that steps would be taken to revive the state-run fertiliser firm. "I entirely agree that FACT is the mother of ...
 Business Standard India2 months ago Centre may double urea capacity at RCF's plant in Trombay  Smart Investor2 months ago Govt to rework FACT revival...  The Echo Of India2 months ago FACT Hits Upper Circuit on Government's Revival Plan  NDTV Profit2 months ago

Funding hope for ailing pharma co

PUNE: The union chemical and fertilisers ministry has assured employees of the ailing public sector unit Hindustan Antibiotics Limited that it will send a proposal to the finance ministry about paying three months' pending salaries and also giving ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Centre flays Bihar's 'sloppy' approach on urea distribution

tribution among farmers. Union Minister of State for Chemical and Fertiliser Hansraj Gangaram Ahir today said that despite providing surplus amount of urea to Bihar, the state government failed to ensure supply on time to farmers. He said the 'sloppy' ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Coal Scam WhistleBlower Gets a Brilliant Idea  New Indian Express2 months ago Government expects more supply of neem-coated urea by next year: Hansraj Ahir  Jagran Post2 months ago Centre flays Bihar's sloppy approach on urea distribution  The Hindu2 weeks ago
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