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Maharashtra seeks <strong>extension</strong> of subsidy on raw sugar exports

Maharashtra seeks extension of subsidy on raw sugar exports

17 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Saturday met Union Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan and sought extension of subsidy on raw sugar exports and hike in import duty on the sweetener to 40 percent to help cash-starved mills clear cane arrears to farmers.

Maharashtra Chief Minister,   Devendra Fadnavis,   Union Food Minister,   Ram Vilas Paswan,   Raw sugar,   Sugar subsidy,   Sugar exports,  
Supreme Court grants three months <strong>extension</strong> to Italian Marine in his country

Supreme Court grants three months extension to Italian Marine in his country

14 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday granted three months extension to Italian marine Massimiliano Latorre, accused of killing Indian fishermen in 2012, to stay in his country on medical grounds.

Italian marine case,   SC grants extension plea,   three months extension to Italian marine,  
Maharashtra government mulls revival of 'blood-on-call' <strong>scheme</strong>

Maharashtra government mulls revival of 'blood-on-call' scheme

04 Feb 2015

Mumbai: Maharashtra government is planning to revamp the 'Jeevan Amrut Yojana' (blood-on-call) scheme which is aimed at facilitating blood supply to patients scheduled to undergo surgeries and medical procedures in remote areas.

blood on call scheme,   Jeevan Amrut Yojana,   Maharashtra government,   blood supply,   108 ambulance,  
Mamata announces relaxation of taxi refusal fine

Mamata announces relaxation of taxi refusal fine

12 Feb 2015

Kolkata: Bowing to the demand of taxi unions to relax the steep fine for refusing passengers, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday announced a five-stage fine structure.

West Bengal Chief Minister,   Mamata Banerjee,   Taxi refusal fine,   Health Scheme,   Welfare Scheme,  
Water extraction by builders in <strong>Noida</strong>: NGT seeks information on STPs

Water extraction by builders in Noida: NGT seeks information on STPs

02 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal on Monday directed New Okhla Industrial Development Authority (NOIDA) to apprise it about the capacity of sewage treatment plants (STPs) from which it supplies water to all the builders for use in construction purposes.

National Green Tribunal,   New Okhla Industrial Development Authority,   NOIDA,   sewage treatment plants,   Water extraction ,  
PM Modi launches Soil Health Card <strong>scheme</strong> targeting 14 crore farmers

PM Modi launches Soil Health Card scheme targeting 14 crore farmers

19 Feb 2015

Suratgarh: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday launched a Soil Health Card scheme, under which the Centre plans to target over 14 crore farmers in the next three years to check the excess use of fertilisers.

Narendra Modi,   PM Modi,   Niti Aayog,   State governments,   Agriculture sector,   Common minimum programme,  
Trade unions against increasing minimum pension, retirement age

Trade unions against increasing minimum pension, retirement age

24 Feb 2015

Nagpur: A national co-ordination committee comprising all trade unions in the country for Employees Retirement Pension Benefits (1995) has strongly opposed the raising of retirement age from 58 to 60 years.

Trade unions,   minimum pension age,   retirement age,   Employees Retirement Pension Benefits,   pensioners,   pension scheme,   Prakash Pathak,  
Sanjay Dutt surrenders as leave <strong>extension</strong> not granted

Sanjay Dutt surrenders as leave extension not granted

08 Jan 2015

Mumbai: Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt, who is out of jail on a 14-day furlough, on Wednesday left his home here to surrender himself, after prison authorities refused to extend his leave.

Sanjay Dutt,   Sanjay Dutt in Jail,   Sanjay Dutt furlough ends,   Sanjay Dutt on furlough,   Manyata Dutt,  
DBT for LPG world's largest direct benefit transfer <strong>scheme</strong>

DBT for LPG world's largest direct benefit transfer scheme

05 Feb 2015

New Delhi: As many as 10 crore LPG consumers have joined the ambitious scheme of getting cash subsidy in bank accounts to buy market priced cooking fuel, making it the world's largest direct benefit transfer and helping end black marketing.

DBT,   LPG,   direct benefit transfer,   PAHAL yojana,   Narendra Modi,   BJP ,  
Mid-day meal becoming 'poisonous meal': BJP MP

Mid-day meal becoming 'poisonous meal': BJP MP

25 Feb 2015

New Delhi: A ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP on Wednesday embarrassed the government by saying in Lok Sabha that the mid-day meal scheme, sponsored by the Centre, has become "poisonous meal", leading to strong objection from HRD Minister Smriti Irani.

mid day meal scheme,   school meals,   BJP MP,   government school meals,   Lok Sabha,   Smriti Irani,   HRD Minister,  

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