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Netherland delegation appreciates e-NAM systems

Karnal, June 29 (UNI) A delegation of World Union of Wholesale Market, Netherland led by
Executive Secretary, Nathalia and Chief Administrator, Mairina on Friday visited Anaj Mandi in Karnal and appreciated the e-National Agriculture Market(e-NAM) system of the Haryana Government for the facility of farmers.

The delegation is in India regarding the preparations of 33rd World Conference of Wholesale Market to be hosted by Haryana from October 10 to 13 in Gurugram. The conference would be organised with a view to increase the income of farmers, in which 30 countries of the world would participate along with Agriculture Ministers of all the states of India.

The delegation was informed that under e-NAM system, 54 Mandis of the state have been linked in the first phase and later, all mandis of the state would be linked. The Delegation was of the view that such system is beneficial for the farmers and would help in improving their economic condition.
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35-yr-old man commits suicide in Nashik

06 Jun 2020 | 3:54 AM

Nashik, Jun 5 (UNI) A 35-year-old man allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself at his residence in Lakhmapur village in Dindori taluka of the district on Friday.

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On ‘WE’ Day, MP CM calls for team efforts

06 Jun 2020 | 3:30 AM

Bhopal, June 5 (UNI) Wishing citizens on the occasion of World Environment Day, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan emphasised on endeavours to fulfil “our collective obligation” vis-à-vis conserving natural heritage and biodiversity.
“Every individual should plant at least one sapling annually. If more seedlings are planted, it will indeed be a favour to humanity and nature. Biodiversity is the principal theme this year and our state happens to be extremely rich in that aspect. In Madhya Pradesh flows the lifeline ‘Mother Narmada’ and we have the Satpura, Vindhya and Maikal ranges. Rivers such as the Kshipra, Chambal, Betwa and Tapti also enrich our resources. At this juncture, humanity is encountering a challenging phase but my dispensation is determined to safeguard the habitat,” the veteran leader averred in a message.

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Aurangabad MP Jaleel demands for repatriation of Maha students stranded abroad

06 Jun 2020 | 3:29 AM

Aurangabad, Maharashtra, Jun 5 (UNI) Aurangabad MP Syed Imtiaz Jaleel on Friday demanded that the central government should make immediate arrangements to bring home the students from Maharashtra who are stranded abroad.

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444 new corona +ve cases detected in Thane

06 Jun 2020 | 2:37 AM

Thane, Jun 5 (UNI) With 444 more persons testing Covid-19 positive in Thane in a single day on Friday, the district's tally of infected patients zoomed beyond the 10,000-mark to 10,419.

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MP CM launches greening drive

06 Jun 2020 | 2:30 AM

Bhopal, June 5 (UNI) Emphasising that this planet is home not only to humans but also for fauna and feathered creatures, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan expressed concern Friday over mankind’s blind exploitation of nature in the unbridled race for so-called progress.
“Forests have been decimated, toxic emissions from factories polluted the environment, chemical fertilisers and pesticides contaminated water plus food. This simply cannot be described as development; it is in fact destruction! Striking a fine balance between growth and the habitat is imperative. As is universally known but often conveniently disregarded, trees purify the environs, provide us with food, raise groundwater level and enhance storage,” the veteran leader was officially quoted as saying while symbolically inaugurating – via videoconferencing – a major plantation initiative organised by the Harda-based Subhash Manch on the occasion of World Environment Day.

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