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  • Karnataka Government to order Inquiry into the death of 11 devotees in Chamarajanagara District
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Haryana imposes ban on catching fishes in notified waters

Chandigarh, Jun 6 (UNI) Haryana government has imposed ban on catching fishes in notified waters under the Punjab Fisheries Act 1914 and the Haryana Fisheries Rules 1996 framed there under, from July 1 to August 31, 2018.
If anyone catches fishes in notified waters during this period, action would be initiated against him as per the sections mentioned in the Rules, a Fisheries department spokesman said here on Wednesday.
He said under Section 7 (5) of the Haryana Fisheries Rules 1996, use of the poison, electric current, lime, dynamite or any other noxious or explosive substances in catching fish in notified waters would be statutory offence.
The spokesman said people have been urged to cooperate with the Department in increasing the number of fishes in natural waters in the state and not to catch fishes in notified waters during fish breeding period, that is, July and August.
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KMC looks to bring up electric charging stations

15 Dec 2018 | 2:13 PM

Kolkata, Dec 15 (UNI) The Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) is going to set up charging points for electric vehicles (EV) across Kolkata.

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AFW and Food department working hard to help the farmers sell their paddy to FCI

AFW and Food department working hard to help the farmers sell their paddy to FCI

15 Dec 2018 | 2:10 PM

Ambassa, Dec 15(UNI) The officials of Agriculture and Farmers' Welfare (AFW) department and Food and Civil Supplies department have been working ceaselessly since the last two days to help the farmers prepare their paddy for sale to FCI, in the bordering subdivision of Kamalpur in the northern Tripura district of Dhalai.

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Shipping Ministry to set up Traffic Separation Scheme in Indian Waterways to prevent collision of ships

Shipping Ministry to set up Traffic Separation Scheme in Indian Waterways to prevent collision of ships

15 Dec 2018 | 2:05 PM

Kolkata, Dec 15 (UNI) The Indian Shipping Ministry has decided to establish a Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) in the waterways to prevent collision between ships /Indian merchant vessels and fishing vessels off the Indian coast.

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Karnataka Government to order Inquiry into the death of 11 devotees in Chamarajanagara District

Karnataka Government to order Inquiry into the death of 11 devotees in Chamarajanagara District

15 Dec 2018 | 2:04 PM

Bengaluru, Dec 15(UNI) The Karnataka Government will order an inquiry into the death of 11 devotees in Chamarajanagara District yesterday, after consuming Prasadam in a temple on Friday, Deputy Chief Minister
Dr G Parameshwara, who also holds Home portfolio, said here on Saturday.

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