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Rain god leaving MP

Bhopal, Oct 10 (UNI) The southwest monsoon – which caused record precipitation in Madhya Pradesh and consequent floods in some places – is finally bidding adieu to the state.
“It departed from Gwalior, Bhind and Morena on Thursday and rainfall was not reported from anywhere until this evening. In the next 48 hours, it is likely to leave this City of Lakes and then the entire state itself in three to four days. The monsoon broke over Madhya Pradesh on June 28. Until September 30, the state capital experienced a never-before figure of 1,756.5 mm rain, which was 669.9 mm above normal. In the next 24 hours, most areas of the state are likely to experience dry weather,” senior meteorologist PK Saha told UNI here.
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CSIR effort to increase COVID-19 testing in UP

04 Jun 2020 | 5:43 PM

Lucknow, Jun 4 (UNI) To contain the spread of the Corona pandemic, testing is of paramount importance, CSIR-Indian Institute of Toxicology Research (CSIR-IITR) has been involved in COVID-19 testing since May 4, 2020, and has tested more than 4500 samples from different districts of Uttar Pradesh.

To further enhance the testing capacity in the state, CSIR-IITR is now contributing in capacity building said a press statement here on Thursday.

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Suspend IAS officer facing rape charges: Bhupesh

04 Jun 2020 | 5:40 PM

Raipur, Jun 04 (UNI) Taking serious note of the complaint of rape, lodged against IAS officer who was earlier posted in Janjgir-Champa district of Chhattisgarh, the Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel on Thursday issued order for his suspension.

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Haryana : Virtual workshop to overshadow -ve COVID impact on businesses

04 Jun 2020 | 5:37 PM

The State Government is always taking substantial steps for building up a dynamic startup ecosystem, to help the new entrepreneurs and youths by providing various benefits from time to time.
Giving information about the same, an official spokesperson said the Department of Information Technology, Electronics and Communication in collaboration with Startup India has launched a Virtual Mentorship Workshop Series for early stage Startups, with an aim to offer a safe mentoring platform for Mentors and Startups to engage with each other from their respective locations during the hour of crisis.

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Environment, nature & biodiversity are complimentary to each other :Min

Environment, nature & biodiversity are complimentary to each other :Min

04 Jun 2020 | 5:35 PM

Chandigarh, Jun 4 (UNI) Haryana Environment Minister Kanwar Pal said environment, nature and biodiversity are elements that complement each other.

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COVID-19: J&K Govt evacuates 1,09,358 stranded residents

04 Jun 2020 | 5:19 PM

Jammu, June 4 (UNI) Jammu and Kashmir Government on Thursday evacuated about 1,09,358 UT residents, stranded in other parts of the country due to COVID lockdown, via Lakhanpur and through special trains and buses till date amid strict observance of all necessary guidelines and Standard Operating Procedures.

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