Union Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister, Shri Radha Mohan Singh said that in order to provide strategic development to the horticulture sector, so as to increase farmers income, a pioneer project called CHAMAN, has been launched three years back by the Government. This project is being implemented by Mahalanob is National Crop Forecast Centre (MNCFC)… Read More
The Brainstorming Session with key stakeholders in the Steel industry, chaired by Steel Minister Shri Birender Singh, Union Steel Minister in Chandigarh witnessed free flow of ideas and exchange of views.
Birender Singh directed the CMDs of PSUs under Ministry of Steel to finalize and implement all SPVs and joint ventures in a time-bound manner. The ramping… Read More
The Vice President of India, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu has said that the International community has to launch a concerted effort to isolate States which are sponsoring terrorism. He was addressing the 33rd Raising Day Celebrations of the National Security Guard (NSG), in Manesar, Haryana today. The Minister of Education, Government of Haryana, Shri Ram Bilash… Read More
Summary:Because wind speeds are higher on average over ocean than over land, wind turbines in the open ocean could in theory intercept more than five times as much energy as wind turbines over land. This presents an enticing opportunity for generating renewable energy through wind turbines. But it was unknown whether the faster ocean winds could actually … Read More
Summary:Among all the bad things that can happen to the brain when it is severely jolted – in a car accident, for example – one of the most common and worrisome is axon damage. Axons are the long stalks that grow out of the bodies of neurons. When the brain receives a strong blow, axons can break or swiftly degenerate. Researchers have revealed new molecular… Read More
Railway has ordered an enquiry into the incident of food poisoning in Tejas express running between Karmali and Mumbai.The Ministry also served a show cause notice to catering contractor and said strict action will be taken if the contractor is found guilty.
Some of the passengers who were served breakfast complained of nausea and were attended by on board… Read More
Summary of IndianBureaucracy and Government News at 5 pm:
- INS Kiltan to be commissioned into Indian Navy
- Run for Clean air Campaign Harbinger of Positive Energy
- RBI refuses to clean India mission logo on new currency notes
- Steel Ministry to organize 2nd Brainstorming Session with stakeholders
- MHA orders withdrawal of 1,000 Paramilitary Personnel from Darjeeling
FICCI CASCADE (Committee Against Smuggling and Counterfeiting Activities Destroying the Economy) in association with the National Academy of Customs, Indirect Tax and Narcotics, (NACIN) organized a capacity building programme on the ‘Socio-Economic Impact of Illicit Trade’ on September 26 at NACIN, Faridabad.
The objective was to sensitize officers… Read More
India has always been renowned for its rich cultural heritage. India’s glorious past and cultural diversity make a potent blend which attracts millions of tourists each year to its tourist destinations. India’s rich heritage is abundantly reflected in the form of numerous temples, palaces, monuments, forts etc. This has led to an increase in India’s… Read More
Minister of State Information and Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Rathore has said that government has started sending money to Gram Panchyats directly so that they can plan their development works on their own.
Addressing a programme under Sansad Aapke Dwar Programme at Khadav village in Jaipur district, Colonel Rathore said, government is sending money as… Read More
In Rajasthan, Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje today in Ajmer opened up the expansion of Annapurna Rasoi Yojna in all the 191 urban areas of the state. On this occasion, Mrs. Raje flagged off 50 Annapurna vans.
Reports that the scheme to provide quality food to the needy of all categories at affordable rates was being implemented in the selected cities and government… Read More
Study says that more than half of police killings not officially documented on US death certificates
Summary:Official death certificates in the US failed to count more than half of the people killed by police in 2015 — and the problem of undercounting is especially pronounced in lower-income counties and for deaths that are due to Tasers, according to a new study.
Official death certificates in the U.S. failed to count more than half of the people killed… Read More