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Fund utilisation in Vidarbha region needs to <strong>speed</strong> up: Government

Fund utilisation in Vidarbha region needs to speed up: Government

19 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Government on Friday stressed on speeding up fund utilisation in Vidarbha region of Maharashtra which has seen high rate of farmers' suicide as it expressed concern over tardy progress in programme utilisation to increase agriculture yield.

Fund utilisation,   Vidarbha region,   Radha Mohan Singh,   increasing agriculture yield,   Pradhan Mantri Gramin Sinchai Yojana,  
I'm very happy with 97-run lead: Steve Smith

I'm very happy with 97-run lead: Steve Smith

19 Dec 2014

Brisbane: Australian skipper Steve Smith said he is delighted that his side could push their firstinnings' total past 500-runs and take a sizeable lead in the second cricket Test against India.

Brisbane Test,   Australian skipper,   Steve Smith,   India,   Mitchell Johnson,   Australia vs India,  
PM Modi moves in to <strong>speed</strong> up USD 300 billion stuck projects

PM Modi moves in to speed up USD 300 billion stuck projects

18 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken direct control of a project-monitoring body to fast-track investments worth almost USD 300 billion and revive manufacturing in the country, two concerned officials with direct knowledge of the matter said.

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Investments,   Manufacturing,   PMO,   Indian economy,   Make in India ,  
Sydney siege: Cafe manager tried to wrestle weapon from gunman

Sydney siege: Cafe manager tried to wrestle weapon from gunman

16 Dec 2014

Melbourne: Tori Johnson, the 34-year-old manager of Lindt Chocolat Cafe who was one of two persons killed during the Sydney siege, is being remembered as a hero with some reports claiming that he tried to snatch the weapon from the gunman to allow the other hostages to escape.

Tori Johnson,   Johnson heroic act,   Lindt Chocolate cafe,   Sydney siege,   ISIS,   IS militants,   Sydney cafe,   Sydney hostage,   Islamic State,   Tony Abbott,   Hostage in Sydney,   Australian artist Ken Johnson,  
Disaster management agencies need to <strong>speed</strong> up response time: Rijiju

Disaster management agencies need to speed up response time: Rijiju

15 Dec 2014

New Delhi: India's response to disasters is not "adequate" and multiple agencies involved in this task need to step up their preparedness to a level ensuring that no person dies of human error, Union Minister Kiren Rijiju on Monday said.

Disaster management,   Government agencies,   Union Minister,   Kiren Rijiju,   Natural calamities ,  
Not going to change aggressive bowling: <strong>Johnson</strong>

Not going to change aggressive bowling: Johnson

08 Dec 2014

Adelaide: The tragic death of Phillip Hughes has cast a pall of gloom but Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson on Monday said he will not tone down the aggression in his bowling when the home team faces India in the first cricket Test starting here from Tuesday.

Mitchell Johnson,   Phillip Hughes,   South Australia Cricket Association,   Adelaide Oval,   bowling,   ,  
Rural Punjab to be connected with high <strong>speed</strong> internet

Rural Punjab to be connected with high speed internet

11 Dec 2014

Chandigarh: With a view to providing high speed internet connectivity in rural areas, the Punjabgovernment has initiated a project to connect all villages with optical fibre network.

rural Punjab,   Chandigarh,   fibre network,   state GDP,   MoU,   high speed internet,  
Jittery Aussies rattled after Kohli hit by Johnson's bouncer

Jittery Aussies rattled after Kohli hit by Johnson's bouncer

11 Dec 2014

Adelaide: The emotional toll that Phillip Hughes' death has taken on the Australian cricketers was all too evident on Thursday when the home side's nervous players rushed to check on Indian skipper Virat Kohli after he was hit by a Mitchell Johnson bouncer here.

Phillip Hughes death,   Australian cricketers,   Virat Kohli,   Mitchell Johnson,   bouncer hits Kohli,  
Government plans to amend national biofuel policy

Government plans to amend national biofuel policy

11 Dec 2014

New Delhi: The government is considering a proposal to facilitate manufacturers of biodiesel to directly sell the fuel to bulk consumers such as railways.

Piyush Goyal,   biodiesel,   national biofuel policy,   Motor spirit and High Speed Diesel Control Order,   bulk fuel sales,   ,  
CVC relaxes rules to <strong>speed</strong> up probe in corruption cases

CVC relaxes rules to speed up probe in corruption cases

04 Dec 2014

New Delhi: The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) on Wednesday relaxed a rule to do away with second stage consultation with it before imposing punishment on corrupt officials, in order to speed up probe in corruption cases, especially against senior officials in the PSUs and banks.

corruption cases,   CVC,   corrupt officials,   PSUs,   banks,   Central Public Sector Units,   IAS,   IPS,   IFoS,   UPSC,  

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