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85 lakh people to be removed from <strong>food</strong> <strong>security</strong> scheme in Rajasthan

85 lakh people to be removed from food security scheme in Rajasthan

23 Jul 2014

Jaipur: 85 lakh ineligible people were added as beneficiary under food security scheme and will be removed from the list as soon as possible, Rajasthan government said here on Wednesday.

Food security scheme,   Rajasthan,   government,   85 lakh people,   food,  
National <strong>Security</strong> Guard will not guard VVIPs in future

National Security Guard will not guard VVIPs in future

24 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The National Security Guard (NSG), which protects the most 'vulnerable' VVIPs of the country, has decided to stop taking any more protectees under its elite 'black cat' commando security cover.

NSG,   VVIP,   security cover,   ministers,   terror attack,  
WTO pact: India sticks to tough stand; Cabinet to take final call today

WTO pact: India sticks to tough stand; Cabinet to take final call today

23 Jul 2014

New Delhi:  India is unlikely to yield to pressure of developed nations on pushing the WTO's Bali agreement without addressing New Delhi's concern on food security issues at the Geneva meeting on Thursday.

WTO ,   food security ,   WTO Bali pact ,   Narendra Modi ,   food security issue in WTO ,   WTO pact WTO pact: India sticks to tough stand; Cabinet to take final call today ,  
Tomato prices skyrocket to Rs 70 per kg, onion to Rs 40 in Delhi

Tomato prices skyrocket to Rs 70 per kg, onion to Rs 40 in Delhi

24 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Tomato prices have increased steeply to Rs 60-70 per kg in the national capital as supplies have dropped due to rains in northern parts. Onion prices are also ruling at Rs 40 per kg in retail.

Tomato prices in Delhi,   Onion prices in Delhi,   vegetable prices in Delhi,   price rise,   food inflation ,  
 Concerns mount over India's stance on WTO Bali pact, Cabinet to take final call

Concerns mount over India's stance on WTO Bali pact, Cabinet to take final call

22 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Amid sharpening differences between India and developed world on WTO issues, Union Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will finalise this week New Delhi's stand on Bali agreements including ratification of the trade facilitation pact.

WTO,   food security,   WTO Bali pact,   Narendra Modi,   food security issue in WTO ,  
Steps initiated for good quality catering: Sadananda Gowda

Steps initiated for good quality catering: Sadananda Gowda

24 Jul 2014

New Delhi: To ensure good quality catering in trains, the government on Thursday said various steps, including imposition of heavy penalties on entities for deficient services, are being initiated.

Sadananda Gowda,   Indian Railway,   catering in Indian Railway,   Lok Sabha,   Quality of food in Indian Railway,  
Cabinet clears 49 percent FDI in insurance with Indian control

Cabinet clears 49 percent FDI in insurance with Indian control

24 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The Cabinet on Thursday approved 49 percent foreign investment in insurance companies through the FIPB route ensuring management control in the hands of Indian promoters..

Insurance Bill,   Foreign Direct Investment,   FDI,   Finance Minister,   Union Cabinet ,  
New international partnership to revitalize global agriculture education formed

New international partnership to revitalize global agriculture education formed

22 Jul 2014

Hyderabad: An international partnership across India, Africa and USA has formed the 'One Agriculture-One Science: A Global Education Consortium' initiative aimed at revitalizing global agricultural education, capacity building and technology transfer.

international partnership,   global agriculture education,   One Agriculture-One Science,   International Crops Research Institute,   global food security,  
WTO: Bali pact may run into rough weather, India toughens stand

WTO: Bali pact may run into rough weather, India toughens stand

18 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The World Trade Organization's Bali agreement may run into rough weather with the developed world dithering on their commitments to push forward India's food security and other issues concerning poor nations, officials said.

Bali,   Bali agreement,   WTO,   India’s food security,   food security ,  
Heavy <strong>security</strong> in Uttar Pradesh for Friday's ‘alvida ki namaz’

Heavy security in Uttar Pradesh for Friday's ‘alvida ki namaz’

23 Jul 2014

Lucknow: In view of last Friday of the holy Ramzan month, when 'Alvida-ki-namaz' is offered before the festival of Eid-ul-Fitr, tight security arrangements have been made in Uttar Pradesh.

Uttar Pradesh,   alvida ki namaz,   last Friday of Ramzan,   Eid-ul-Fitr,   Ramzan,  

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