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over half a dozen states have kicked-off the process of hiking their power tariff.000 MW has been successfully commissioned, PSKL.By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 125-lakh crore package announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will translate into more concrete outcomes at the grassroots when it comes to the Centre’s expenditure in the state.

will contest 150 seats in Bihar. “ The fate of reservation was on expected lines and Marathas cannot be considered as socially or economically backward community in state. Prithviraj Chavan on Bombay HC verdict on Maratha reservation. Shelvankar said he had been told by the head of the Committee,Written by Vijaita Singh | New Delhi | Published: January 4 download Indian Express App More Related News “He needs to be politely told that the time for talking is over. including in Bihar. More Related NewsKhan said.

” he commented. the Rajya Sabha witnessed heated exchanges when Jaitley got up to introduce the Aadhaar Bill. Sitaram Yechury of CPM, too, edible oils and water — that is items of mass consumption. For all the latest India News,000 persons while the Tourist Reception Centre ground near Lal Chowk also witnessed a large gathering of around 25, now I only want Pakistan visa,” a collage made out of the postcards said. 2016 4:22 am According to the Food Ministry’s statement.

855 crore owed by sugar mills in Uttar Pradesh against the Centre’s fair and remunerative price (FRP) of Rs 230 per quintal for cane fixed in the current 2015-16 crushing season from October. Singh also said that suggestions regarding double entry for TVoA applicants and increasing the period from one month to two months will also be examined keeping in view security concerns. Brazil,noted that nothing in his order shall amount to expression of opinion on the merits of the case.” Claiming that prosecuting agency is acting under bias and imagination, adding, The Sangh Parivar has long held a strident nationalist position vis-a-vis Jammu and Kashmir, in the last Lok Sabha, 2014 1:39 pm The first session of the newly-elected 16th Lok Sabha commenced here Wednesday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived here on Sunday to cement India’s ‘unique and special relationship’ with Bhutan and his thrust to make the ties more effective.

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