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Maharashtra Government to check malnutrition in Melghat: Pankaja Munde

Maharashtra Government to check malnutrition in Melghat: Pankaja Munde

25 Nov 2014

Amravati: Maharashtra Government will strive to lessen the impact of malnutrition on children in Melghat region, state Women and Child Development Minister Pankaja Munde said on Tuesday. Pankaja was speaking at a rally in Chikhaldara here for the launch of Melghat Bal Samriddhi Yojana under the Integrated Child Development Services scheme.

Maharashtra Government,   malnutrition in Melghat,   Pankaja Munde,   Maharashtra,   Women and Child Development Minister,   Melghat Bal Samriddhi Yojana,  
Heavy security blanket put in place for Modi's rally

Heavy security blanket put in place for Modi's rally

28 Nov 2014

Udhampur: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rally, a multi-tier security has been put in place in Udhampur in view of the terrorist attack that left ten people, including three civilians, dead.

Heavy security,   Modi's rally,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi's rally,   Jammu district,   gun battle,  
Goa airport gets visa-on-arrival facility for 43 countries

Goa airport gets visa-on-arrival facility for 43 countries

28 Nov 2014

Panaji: The Centre has extended the visa-on-arrival facility at the Goa airport for tourists from 43 countries, which is expected to bring in 15 percent growth in tourism during the ongoing season.

Goa,   Visa on Arrival,  VoA,   Dabolim airport,   State tourism minister,   Dilip Parulekar,  Delhi,   Mumbai,   Chennai,   Kolkata,   Hyderabad,   Bengaluru,   Kochi ,  Thiruvananthapuram. ,  
Australia out of step with new climate momentum

Australia out of step with new climate momentum

28 Nov 2014

Canberra: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, who rose to power in large part by opposing a tax on greenhouse gas emissions, is finding his country isolated like never before on climate change as the US, China and other nations signal new momentum for action.

Australia,   Australian Prime Minister,   Tony Abott,   Greenhouse gas emissions,  India,   China,   G-20,  Washington,  Beiging,   European Union,  US President,   Barack Obama ,  
Tata Motors to focus on <strong>rural</strong> market to boost sales

Tata Motors to focus on rural market to boost sales

25 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Tata Motors, grappling with falling car sales for a third year in a row, is planning to put a thrust on rural market among other revival measures.

Tata Motors,   rural market,   Mayank Pareek,   Maruti,   diesel-petrol ratio,   ,  
Cases filed against 18 illegal accounts in Liechtenstein: Jaitley

Cases filed against 18 illegal accounts in Liechtenstein: Jaitley

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday said that of the 28 accounts identified in the tax-haven of Liechtenstein, income tax proceedings have been concluded against 18 "illegal" account holders and cases filed against them.

Cases filed,   18 illegal accounts,   Liechtenstein,   Arun Jaitley,   Defence Minister,   Lok Sabha,   ,  
Ex-RSS man brings experience in <strong>rural</strong> <strong>development</strong> to Modi government

Ex-RSS man brings experience in rural development to Modi government

09 Nov 2014

Ahmedabad: Mohanbhai Kundariya, a former RSS 'pracharak', is known to be a leader of Gujarat's Patel community who has shown his acumen in the field of rural development. Sworn in as a Minister of State on Sunday, 63-year old Kundariya had also enjoyed the same rank in 2001-02 under Narendra Modi when he was chief minister of Gujarat.

Mohanbhai Kundariya,  Former RSS 'pracharak',  Minister of State,  
Fresh firing in Jammu ahead of PM Modi's arrival, Army begins operations to kill holed up ultra

Fresh firing in Jammu ahead of PM Modi's arrival, Army begins operations to kill holed up ultra

28 Nov 2014

Udhampur: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's poll rallies in Jammu and Kashmir on Friday, fresh firing erupted near the Arnia border belt of Jammu district when security forces launched a cordon and search operation to track down a militant hiding in a bunker and retrieve bodies of civilians killed in a gunbattle.

Heavy gunbattle,   militant,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Modi's Jammu visit,   BJP candidates,   RS Pura area,   heavy firing,  
Formal finance in <strong>rural</strong> areas to curb ponzi schemes: Ashish Kumar Chauhan

Formal finance in rural areas to curb ponzi schemes: Ashish Kumar Chauhan

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Expanding the reach of formal finance to rural areas will help curb the ponzi scheme menace in the country, top BSE official said on Tuesday.

ponzi schemes,   Ashish Kumar Chauhan,   Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE),   Bimal Jalan,   formal finance,   financial inclusion,   financial literacy,   ,  
ADB reluctant to fund border road projects in Arunachal, Ladakh: Congress MP

ADB reluctant to fund border road projects in Arunachal, Ladakh: Congress MP

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: A Congress member contended in Lok Sabha on Thursday that Japan is now backing out of funding the border roads in Arunachal Pradesh and Ladakh, a project on which China has raised objections and questioned what the government would do now.

Asian Development Bank,   ADB fund,   border road projects,   border roads in Arunachal Pradesh,   border roads in Ladakh,   China,   Lok Sabha,  

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