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  • FASTags, vehicle tracking system to be made mandatory for all NP commercial vehicles
  • J&K to engage 150 under Rehbar-e- MachliPlan Scheme
  • Advisor to Guv directs for speedy filling of 1,016 vacancies in higher edu dept
  • Dejected girl from Nagpur inflicts deep cuts on boyfriend’s face as
  • Bilateral series: India beat SL by 66 runs
  • Bilateral series: India beat SL by 66 runs
  • Bihar Guv meets senior IFS officers, advises them to work for tourism dev
  • Monsoon session of Delhi Assy from Aug 6-10
  • Govt asks EPFO to settle pending PF cases fast even as online filing of claims would make process more easy
  • Amid opposition uproar over land acquisition amendment act, first supplementary budget for 2018-19 tabled
  • DCW issues notice to Police over girl's death inside police post
  • Modi govt's development agenda is not communal but inclusive: Naqvi
  • Bengal’s economy very strategically placed;New initiatives of Bengal govt to create huge employment : N K Singh
  • Haryana govt appointas Dr Kamal Gupta as Chairman of Haryana Bureau of Public Enterprises
  • Employees of CPSEs under Steel Ministry to get pension
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Union Ministers running CMO in Goa: AAP

Panaji, Apr 17 (UNI) Aam Adami Party (AAP) on Tuesday took jibe at the government by claiming that it had become 'dysfunctional' and hence ministers from the Centre were made 'de facto CM's by turns.'
Stating that the state ministers were clueless about what was happening on ground, AAP said local ministers had become 'bystanders' and that all 'dealings' were made during the visit by 'these outside ministers' were either about Goa's land or rivers.
AAP targeted the Government for it's move to reduce casino licence fees and said the common man was reeling under the weight of the steep increase in fees of basic essential services such as obtaining land records in Form 1 and 14, survey plan, inspection of survey plans, partition and conversion charges.
In a statement, AAP Goa Convenor Elvis Gomes said the increase was hurting the common man so badly but instead of reconsidering the steep hike, the Government was more concerned about the health of casinos in the state.
"The charges of these basic documents have been hiked 300 times and the Government ignores the public outcry felt across taluka revenue offices but is busy considering reduction in the casino licence fees. What can one say except that such abnormal decisions can come only from a Government that exists for crony capitalists?" Mr Gomes said.
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J&K to engage 150 under Rehbar-e- MachliPlan Scheme

17 Jul 2018 | 6:46 PM

Srinagar, July 17 (UNI) To address the dearth of staff in the Fisheries Department, Principal Secretary, Animal and Sheep Husbandry Department, Dr Asgar Hassan Samoon on Tuesday announced that the department will engage professional fisheries graduates and post-graduates under Rehbar-e-MachliPalan.

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Dharamsot exhorts NGOs to come forward for environmental conservation

17 Jul 2018 | 6:46 PM

Chandigarh, July 17 (UNI) Punjab Forest Minister Sadhu Singh Dharamsot has urged all the social organisations working in the state to come forward for saving the environment.

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One injured in bomb explosion

17 Jul 2018 | 6:46 PM

Bhagalpur, Jul 17 (UNI) One person was seriously injured in bomb explosion
at Maheshpur village under Babarganj police station area in Bhagalpur district today.

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Saryu Rai calls out govt to find out middle path to remove the dead lock in assembly

17 Jul 2018 | 6:40 PM

Ranchi, Jul 17 (UNI) State’s Food and Civil Supplies Minister Saryu Rai today called on the government to find out a middle path so the dead lock prevailing inside the Jharkhand Assembly over the land acquisition amendment act can be broken and has also urged the opposition to give away its stubbornness over the issue.

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Advisor to Guv directs for speedy filling of 1,016 vacancies in higher edu dept

17 Jul 2018 | 6:39 PM

Srinagar, July 17 (UNI) Reviewing the functioning of Higher Education Department (HED), advisor to Governor Khurshid Ahmad Ganai on Tuesday directed for speedy filling of 1,016 vacancies, an official spokesman said here.

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