Minority welfare schemes run by different ministries under Ministries of Urban Development, Health, Education, Minority Welfare, Social Justice, Skilled entrepreneurship will be integrated
Altogether 41 persons lost their lives due to lightning strike in various parts of Maharashtra during the last fortnight, an official said. Almost half the deaths were reported in drought-affected Marathwada region where lightning claimed 19 lives, the official added. “Altogether 19 persons died due to lightning strike in Marathwada region in the last fortnight,” […]
The majority of cabinet ministers had backed Mungantiwar’s decision to raise taxes moderately to meet expenditure on drought relief, with the exception of Khadse.
Fadnavis, who has pledged to make Maharashtra drought-free by 2019, wants to chanelise the water from one region to another scientifically and avail the surplus water.
Just 31.18 per cent rural schools have regular headmaster or teacher, only 12 states rank below Maharashtra on this parameter.
Gandhi, the most prominent face of AAP in Maharashtra, alleged that Kejriwal is determined to finish the party’s root in the state.
On a day when the government hiked taxes on petrol and diesel, gold, diamond, jewellery, cigarettes, alcohol and soft drinks, state’s finance managers admitted that overall financial position had worsened.
Fuel, cigarette, liquor, gold, diamond to cost more; revenue minister says govt should tax the rich to take care of poor.
The Maharashtra cabinet sanctioned a plan to construct 27 transmission links for 2,570 MW of green energy, which will involve an investment of Rs 367 crore.
The Hindu Marriage Act says that unless a Saptapadi is performed, the marriage cannot be recognised, while there is no Saptapadi in Buddhist marriages at all.
The reason for roughing up the girl, believed to be in her early 20s, is yet to be ascertained, but preliminary investigations reveal that the victim had come for the darshan of Lalbaugcha Raja.
The dams have seen substantial jump in their stock, rivers have breached their embankments, lakes are overflowing and wells have risen to the brim.
Maharashtra’s poor ranking in the World Bank’s report on ease of doing business in Indian states has led the government to crack the whip against any complacency.
The centre had in March announced an incentive of Rs 4,000 per tonne for export of 1.4 million tonne of raw sugar but it did not result in much export.
During hearing of the petition, the Bombay high court today criticised the civic body and government’s decision and said such restrictions cannot be imposed in a city like Mumbai.