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Wanted Maoist leader <strong>arrested</strong> in Bihar

Wanted Maoist leader arrested in Bihar

29 Jul 2014

Motihari (Bihar): A wanted Maoist 'Area Commander' was arrested in a joint operation of Bihar Police and CRPF from Bajaria in East Champaran district on Tuesday.

Wanted Maoist,   Wanted Maoist leader,   Bihar,   CRPF,   Dinesh Pandit,   East Champaran ,  
Lab-to-Land, PM's slogan for increasing agriculture production

Lab-to-Land, PM's slogan for increasing agriculture production

29 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Pitching for greater use of research for boosting the agriculture sector, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday gave the slogan 'Lab-to-Land', saying that farmers should be able to enhance production to increase their income and feed the country as well as the world.

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   ICAR,   Indian Council of Agricultural Research,   farmers,   agriculture,   agriculture in India,  
<strong>Farmers</strong> advised to switch to alternative crops

Farmers advised to switch to alternative crops

28 Jul 2014

Pudukottai (TN): A two-day workshop on millets was organized to advise farmers to go for alternative crops in view of the drought situation following change in climatic conditions.

Farmers,   alternative crops,   eco-farm,   micro-nutrients,   food-borne diseases,   nutritional challenges,   ,  
Saharanpur remains calm, 20 <strong>arrested</strong>

Saharanpur remains calm, 20 arrested

27 Jul 2014

Saharanpur: 20 people were arrested as curfew and shoot-at-sight orders remained in force in the city hit by clashes between two communities over a land dispute. District Magistrate Sandhya Tiwari said, "The situation is better than Saturday. I have to just impose the law and order in the city and the situation is quite normal now."

Saharanpur,   Curfew,   clash,   UP,   law and order,   Akhilesh Yadav,   UP clashes,  
Rajasthan announces Rs 155.50 crore grant to <strong>farmers</strong> for ponds, tanks

Rajasthan announces Rs 155.50 crore grant to farmers for ponds, tanks

22 Jul 2014

Jaipur: Rajasthan government on Monday announced a grant of Rs 155.50 crore to farmers for construction of ponds and tanks for better water management.

Rajasthan government,   water management,   Rajasthan Agriculture Minister,   Prabhu Lal Saini,   Legislative Assembly ,  
Manipur man beaten to death in Delhi; five <strong>arrested</strong>

Manipur man beaten to death in Delhi; five arrested

22 Jul 2014

New Delhi: A 29-year-old Manipuri man was allegedly beaten to death by a group of five men in a suspected case of road rage in South Delhi's Kotla Mubarakpur area in the wee hours. All five, accused of assault, have been arrested.

Manipur man,   crime in Delhi,   attack on North-East people,   law and order in Delhi,   Kiren Rijiju,   Home Ministry,   Kotla Mubarakpur,  
 Monsoon rains in mid-July help Andhra <strong>farmers</strong>

Monsoon rains in mid-July help Andhra farmers

19 Jul 2014

Hyderabad: Agriculture activities have picked up in Andhra Pradesh during the last one week following receipt of monsoon rains, though there is a 33 percent shortage in rainfall during the current sheriff season.

Monsoon rains,   Khariff season,   Rainfall,   Indian rains,   Andhra Pradesh farmers,   Rain scarcity ,  
AAP’s Delhi unit secretary <strong>arrested</strong>

AAP’s Delhi unit secretary arrested

19 Jul 2014

New Delhi: AAP’s Delhi unit secretary and four party volunteers were on Friday arrested for allegedly instigating people and pasting posters with proactive message against Congress MLAs in their areas.

AAP’s Delhi unit secretary,   party volunteers,   Deputy Commissioner of Police,   Congress MLAs,   P Karunakaran ,  
Odisha's most wanted Maoist Sabyasachi Panda <strong>arrested</strong>

Odisha's most wanted Maoist Sabyasachi Panda arrested

18 Jul 2014

Bhubaneswar: Odisha's most wanted Maoist leader Sabyasachi Panda was nabbed on Friday in Ganjam district, police said.

Odisha,   Maoist,   Sabyasachi Panda,   Ganjam,   murder,   Swami Laxamananda Saraswati,   Bhubaneswar,  
Vidarbha <strong>farmers</strong>, widows to fast on delayed rain woes

Vidarbha farmers, widows to fast on delayed rain woes

11 Jul 2014

Nagpur: Farmers and widows of suicide affected families in Vidarbha would be observing a day-long fast on Saturday at Pandharkawada in Yavatmal district, to draw the attention of authorities to the distress due to delayed rains in the region.

Vidarbha farmers,   suicide affected families,   Pandharkawada,   Vidarbha Janandolan Samiti,   fertilisers,  

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