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Food in Parliament canteens set to become expensive as subsidy ends

Food in Parliament canteens set to become expensive as subsidy ends

New Delhi, Jan 19 (UNI) Food served in canteens of Parliament House complex for MPs and others is all set to cost more as the subsidy doled out for it has been stopped, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla said here on Tuesday.
While Mr Birla did not talk about the financial implications of the decision, it is likely that the Lok Sabha Secretariat would be able to save more than Rs. 8 crore every year on this account.
In an interaction with the media for the coming Budget session of Parliament which begins from January 29, Mr Birla said the Parliament canteens will now be run by ITDC in place of Northern Railways. He said that members of all parties had agreed to abolish the subsidy.

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Feb 6 to be marked as 'black day': Samyukt Kisan Morcha

Feb 6 to be marked as 'black day': Samyukt Kisan Morcha

05 Mar 2021 | 8:45 PM

New Delhi, Mar 5 (UNI) To mark the completion of hundred days of farmers' agitation against the three new contentious farm laws, Samyukt Kisan Morcha on Friday announced that February 6 will be marked as a Black Day in addition to a 5-hour blockade of Kundli–Manesar–Palwal (KMP) expressway.

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NIA Court sentences ISIS terrorist to 7 years rigorous imprisonment in Delhi conspiracy case

NIA Court sentences ISIS terrorist to 7 years rigorous imprisonment in Delhi conspiracy case

05 Mar 2021 | 8:36 PM

New Delhi, Mar 5 (UNI) The NIA special Court at Patiala House here on Friday sentenced Imran Khan Pathan to seven years rigorous imprisonment and fine in ISIS Conspiracy Delhi Case.

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OCI cardholders now require permission for missionary, journalistic activities: MHA

OCI cardholders now require permission for missionary, journalistic activities: MHA

05 Mar 2021 | 8:30 PM

New Delhi, Mar 5 (UNI) Keeping in mind the Tablighi Jamaat congregation in March last year during the Covid lockdown period, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) officials on Friday clarified the rules of conduct for Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders and now such people would require to get special permission from the government for their involvement in any missionary or “Tabligh” or journalistic activities in the country.

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Rajnath lauds selfless courage of soldiers in taking on Chineses Army in Ladakh

Rajnath lauds selfless courage of soldiers in taking on Chineses Army in Ladakh

05 Mar 2021 | 8:23 PM

New Delhi/Kevadiya, Mar 5 (UNI) Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday lauded and saluted selfless courage of soldiers during the recent Eastern Ladakh standoff.

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India, Sweden reaffirm commitment to work for rules-based international order

India, Sweden reaffirm commitment to work for rules-based international order

05 Mar 2021 | 7:26 PM

New Delhi, Mar 5 (UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Swedish counterpart Stefan Löfven on Friday held wide ranging discussions during a virtual summit, reaffirming their strong commitment to work for multilateralism, rules-based international order, counter terrorism, peace and security.

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