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How Aadhaar helped identify ineligible beneficiaries of subsidised kerosene

How Aadhaar helped identify ineligible beneficiaries of subsidised kerosene

The number of beneficiaries down from 62,000 to 17,000 now.

Punjab sanctions Rs 5 lakh for ailing Sardar Anjum, he asks if it’s reward or assistance

Punjab sanctions Rs 5 lakh for ailing Sardar Anjum, he asks if it’s reward or assistance

Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal had given approval for a financial grant of Rs 5 lakh from the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.

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The alumni also came out to oppose Thampu’s “autocratic” ways.

Gadkari & Fadnavis displayed a picture perfect making water ways a common cause to transform the face of India.

The civic body has set up around 35 hoarding boards at major traffic junctions and main roads of the city.

'I have said the government should do one miraculous work immediately after taking oath and another after six months.'

This will be the first time that the SEC will use a drone for ariel surveillance.

Details ‘facts about the indicted student’ and and how he was ‘sneaked’ on to award list.

He held a meeting with SAAB chairman Marcus Wallenberg on investment in ATC and Airport security systems.

The party is looking into it and would take steps,” he said.

The court was hearing a public interest litigation (PIL) filed by activist I G Khandelwal.

The same dog had bitten about 15 persons, many of them children, on March 25.

Agitation called off after UP government said that it has no plan to demolish their 'unauthorised' houses in Rampur.

The Valmikis are protesting against the state govt’s plans to demolish alleged unauthorised structures where they reside.

Students have also developed an ingenious way to convert CO2 into methane and other useful substances.

Team finds some marble stones discoloured, rampant illegal parking in area

According to officials, this is the highest seizure of swallowed substance in the country in the recent years.

The government, in a statement, has asked all sub-divisional magistrates to carry out regular inspections and surprise checks.

The government has taken initiatives through which residents of four colonies are getting their maps sanctioned, said Kejriwal.

A report from stakeholders in Delhi’s power supply wants five of the city’s power stations either shut down or moved.

AIMTC president said a representation from transporters body had met with Arvind Kejriwal.

Since January 1 this year, 4,266 patients tested positive for the virus in Delhi with 1,500 being reported last month.

From Maharashtra, 450 doctors are facing investigations for flouting PCPNDT Act, including a handful from Mumbai, said a member of the Maharashtra Medical Council (MMC).

Family of the two victims have appealed to police as there were doubts on the circumstances leading to their death

Under the Centre’s Street Vending Act 2014, the BMC has issued a notice allowing 1,934 hawkers to set up pitches in more than 50 footpaths in Bandra alone.

The earlier deadline for completing all the work was April.

The Centre will also enable leading mathematicians from India and abroad to get together, stay on campus and undertake joint research activities.

This comes days after the CBI sent a notice to Trinamool seeking details of its income from 2010 to 2014.

MP Supriyo said that he anticipates trouble and isn’t sure about a peaceful poll even if Central forces are deployed.

Ahluwalia said that they had spoken to the police and would take further steps if no action was taken against the offenders.

The Pune division of the SHP conducted the drive on half the stretch for over two weeks and has fined 368 people for speeding.

Election Commission had formed a committee to address all FAQs regarding elections to all local govt bodies

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Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal had given approval for a financial grant of Rs 5 lakh from the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.

How Aadhaar helped identify ineligible beneficiaries of subsidised kerosene
How Aadhaar helped identify ineligible beneficiaries of subsidised kerosene

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For third year, JERC rejects plea to increase power tariff
For third year, JERC rejects plea to increase power tariff

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Two faculty members of GMCH-32 promoted, 100 MBBS seats likely soon
Two faculty members of GMCH-32 promoted, 100 MBBS seats likely soon

Parents, meanwhile, are happy over the development and too hopeful for increase in seats.

Day after five-year-old’s death, panic spreads among dog-bite victims
Day after five-year-old’s death, panic spreads among dog-bite victims

The same dog had bitten about 15 persons, many of them children, on March 25.

Service charge of Rs 5.94 costs coffee chain Rs 12,000
Service charge of Rs 5.94 costs coffee chain Rs 12,000

The forum ordered CCD to pay Rs 7,000 for deficiency in service, Rs 5,000 as litigation costs and also refund Rs 5.94 with 12% interest.

Missing files: Former deputy secretary gets 7 years in jail, slapped fine of Rs 50,000
Missing files: Former deputy secretary gets 7 years in jail, slapped fine of Rs 50,000

The case dates back to March 2011 when 35 files went missing from the secretariat and a case was registered in March 2013.

5-year-old girl dies of rabies
5-year-old girl dies of rabies

Sadiya was attacked by rabid dog on March 25; treated at PGI and discharged after about a week.

Minor’s murder: Police send team to Azamgarh to get age proof of accused
Minor’s murder: Police send team to Azamgarh to get age proof of accused

The accused, who has reportedly confessed to the crime, was sent to the observation home on Monday night.

Punjab’s Adarsh schools 6 years on: No walls, no blackboards, few teachers
Punjab’s Adarsh schools 6 years on: No walls, no blackboards, few teachers

The Indian Express visited some of the schools and found that the buildings are dilapidated, there are no boundary walls, no playgrounds, no bulbs or tubelights.

MC starts fire safety awareness campaign
MC starts fire safety awareness campaign

During the event, Mayor Poonam Sharma appreciated the firemen for their valour and duty.

PU V-C granted three-year extension
PU V-C granted three-year extension

A PU alumnus, Professor Grover had joined PU in July 2012 as the V-C.

Man misses connecting train, gets Rs 8,000 as compensation
Man misses connecting train, gets Rs 8,000 as compensation

The journey of the complainant was from Bhagalpur station to Anand Vihar station.

Police: Accused first strangled her, then inflicted injuries
Police: Accused first strangled her, then inflicted injuries

Juvenile wanted revenge, shows no remorse.

Promised jobs, their cases still hang fire
Promised jobs, their cases still hang fire

The families of three firemen who sacrificed their lives in fire-fighting operations were honoured on the National Fire Service Day.

Punjab plans comfortable abode for stray cattle with all amenities
Punjab plans comfortable abode for stray cattle with all amenities

Nearly 2000 cows are expected to be accommodated in each district level gaushala spread over an area of a whopping 25 acres.

UT Adviser inaugurates pedestrian path at Capitol Complex; guided tours from April 15
UT Adviser inaugurates pedestrian path at Capitol Complex; guided tours from April 15

Under the new system, those looking to visit the complex can apply online at the Chandigarh Administration’s tourism website.

Five more depts in PGI get online OPD registration facility
Five more depts in PGI get online OPD registration facility

Internal medicine, general surgery, plastic surgery, ENT and urology departments have started service.

Juvenile nabbed for ‘rape, murder’ of colony 4 minor
Juvenile nabbed for ‘rape, murder’ of colony 4 minor

Family meets MP Kirron Kher, compensation to be decided soon.

PGI plans free treatment for potential organ donors
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