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Bihar farmers to get seeds at half price
Patna: Bihar Agriculture Minister Nagmani on Tuesday said farmers would be given 50 per cent subsidy on the high yielding variety of seeds for Rabi crops -- wheat, gram and masur. Mr. Nagmani said initially two farmers from each of 45,000 ...
Jolt to BJP in Himachal
SHIMLA: Former BJP Minister and a scion of the erstwhile Kullu State Karan Singh on Tuesday formally joined the Congress in the presence of Himachal PCC chief Kaul Singh and hundreds of supporters in Kullu. Mr. Singh was upset at having ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Medha protests in Mumbai
Seeks compensation for project-hit people
e-medicine facility launched
To offer quality healthcare to rural people
Rain forecast for next 48 hours
PUDUCHERRY: Rain lashed various parts of Puducherry on Tuesday following the formation of trough of low pressure along the coast of Tamil Nadu. According to the Regional Meteorological Centre (RMC), Chennai, rain or thundershowers is ...
e-content of subjects to come up soon
PUDUCHERRY: For better understanding of subjects for students, the Consortium for Educational Communication (CEC) of the University Grants Commission (UGC) will come up with educational programmes and e-content for all subjects through its 17 ...
Punjab cooperative sugar mills to generate power
Effort is aimed at ensuring their self-sufficiency
Parties jittery over BJP-INLD tie-up
CHANDIGARH: The tie-up between the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Indian National Lok Dal in Haryana to contest the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections jointly is giving “sleepless nights” to the ruling Congress, the Bahujan Samaj ...
Akali Dal seeks Rs.300 bonus on paddy
Punjab Chief Minister orders procurement operations on a war footing
Highlighting global food crisis
NGOs to observe ‘World Food Day’ as ‘World Foodless Day’
SAARC digital library being set up
Allahabad: Even as recession in the developed world casts a shadow on India’s IT exports, the country is making a mark by setting up a digital library to preserve the intellectual wealth of neighbouring SAARC countries. As a ...
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