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Maharashtra to seek Rs 4,000-crore <strong>drought</strong> relief package

Maharashtra to seek Rs 4,000-crore drought relief package

27 Nov 2014

Mumbai: The Maharashtra government has decided to seek a Rs 4,000-crore drought relief package from the Centre and approved several relief measures for villages reeling under a severe drought.

Maharashtra,   Maharashtra government,   Devendra Fadanvis,   Narendra Modi,   Radha Mohan ,  
Work on Ahmedabad-Gandhinagar Metro to commence soon: Anandiben Patel

Work on Ahmedabad-Gandhinagar Metro to commence soon: Anandiben Patel

27 Nov 2014

Vadodara: Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel on Thursday said work on the Rs 10,000-croreAhmedabad- Gandhinagar Metro rail project, which is awaiting approval from the Centre, will begin soon.

Gujarat Chief Minister,   Anandiben Patel,   Ahmedabad- Gandhinagar Metro rail project,   Special Purpose Vehicle,   SPV,  
IAF's UAV crashes near Bhuj

IAF's UAV crashes near Bhuj

26 Nov 2014

Bhuj: A Heron Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) of the Indian Air Force, used for surveillance, crashed on Wednesday on the outskirts of a village near Bhuj town in Gujarat's Kutch district.

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle,   UAV,   Indian Air Force,   Surveillance,   UAV crash,   Bhuj,   Gujarat,   Kutch,   Heron UAV,  
1,500 <strong>Gujarat</strong> farmers to be given solar-powered water pumps

1,500 Gujarat farmers to be given solar-powered water pumps

25 Nov 2014

Ahmedabad: The Gujarat government plans to give solar-powered water pumps to 1,500 farmers with the dual aim of providing electricity connections to farmers living in far-fetched areas as well as reduce burden of subsidy on the state treasury, it was officially announced here on Monday.

Gujarat farmers,   solar-powered water pumps,   Gujarat government,   subsidy,   Gujarat Energy Minister,  
Maharashtra Government to approach Centre for <strong>drought</strong> relief

Maharashtra Government to approach Centre for drought relief

18 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Maharashtra government on Tuesday said it will approach the Centre in a week with a memorandum on drought relief, in the backdrop of low crop yield in almost 50 percent villages of the state.

Maharashtra government,   Chief minister,   Devendra Fadnavis,   Revenue Minister Eknath Khadse,   relief measures,   drought situation,  
14 more districts <strong>drought</strong>-hit in Uttar Pradesh

14 more districts drought-hit in Uttar Pradesh

18 Nov 2014

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh has said 14 more districts, including Lucknow, are drought-hit. With this, more than two thirds of the state districts have now been declared drought-hit, an official said on Tuesday.

drought-hit area,   Uttar Pradesh,   Sant Ravidas Nagar,   Mirzapur,   Lucknow,   Allahabad,  
Leader of Opposition Eknath Shinde asks Maharashtra govt to grant relief for <strong>drought</strong> hit farmers

Leader of Opposition Eknath Shinde asks Maharashtra govt to grant relief for drought hit farmers

19 Nov 2014

Thane: Leader of Opposition in the Maharashtra Assembly Eknath Shinde asked the BJP government on Tuesday to immediately sanction Rs 10,000 per acre to drought-hit farmers in the state as well as immediately declare Maharashtra as a drought-hit state.

Maharashtra government,   Eknath Shinde,   drought-hit farmers,   BJP government ,  
Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojna: <strong>Gujarat</strong> MPs adopt 'developed' villages

Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojna: Gujarat MPs adopt 'developed' villages

22 Nov 2014

Ahmedabad: The choice of some villages adopted by MPs in Gujarat under the Prime Minister's 'Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojna' has invited criticism from Congress which claimed that they were already developed, a charge refuted by the MPs. There are three such cases which have come to the light where villages have good infrastructure, but MPs have still gone ahead to adopt them, informed sources said.

Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojna,   Gujarat,   MPs adopt village,   developed villages,   Modi,   Congress,  
Rahul Sharma who took on <strong>Gujarat</strong> government on 2002 riots, seeks retirement

Rahul Sharma who took on Gujarat government on 2002 riots, seeks retirement

21 Nov 2014

Ahmedabad: IPS officer Rahul Sharma, who had openly taken on Gujarat government over the 2002 Godhra riots, has sought early retirement citing personal reasons.

Rahul Sharma,   Gujarat government,   2002 riots,   retirement,   riots,   protest,   clash,   IPS officer,  
If Kutch can be developed, Kashmir can be developed too: PM Modi

If Kutch can be developed, Kashmir can be developed too: PM Modi

22 Nov 2014

Kishtwar (J&K): Citing rapid progress in Gujarat's Muslim-majority Kutch region during his tenure as Chief Minister, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday promised to usher in similar development in the Kashmir Valley.

Kishtwar,   Gujarat,   Muslim,   Kutch,   Chief Minister,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Kashmir Valley,  

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