Surbhi Khyati

Articles By Surbhi Khyati

Bengal secure, Mamata eyes poll pie share in other states

Leaders from various states have already requested Mamata for campaigning.

Centenary Hospital to be fully functional from Jan 15

Four years after it was first “dedicated to people”,the Centenary Hospital of King George Medical University is set to be fully functional from January 15.

State unit of NHM chalks out blueprint for next year’s PIP

At the end of 2012-13,the state had an unspent NRHM budget of approximately Rs 1,000 crore.

Clearance of cane dues start, Rs 240 cr paid in 10 days

Private sugar mills in the state have begun clearing previous year’s cane dues to sugarcane farmers,which currently stands at over Rs 2,000 crore.

No red beacons for MoS in UP,says HC

Bench stayed state govt order by which status of cabinet,state and deputy ministers were being given to those not holding constitutional posts

Step Out in Fear

With no toilets at home and an erratic electricity supply,women in UP villages are court danger every time they walk into the night

UP can’t withdraw terror cases without Centre’s consent: HC

Samajwadi Party,in its election manifesto in the run up to 2012 Assembly elections.

Now,farmers refuse to sell cane,want higher price

The delay in running the mills has forced the farmers to delay,and at places even forego,sowing of wheat crop.

Day after mills fell in line,govt set to drop FIRs

Most of 99 private sugar mills fire boilers,start cane crushing next week

Deadline ends,only one pvt mill starts crushing

The industry is not ready to pay more than Rs 225 per quintal of cane to farmers.

Govt accepts 4 of 8 demands,employees withdraw strike

Employees want perks equivalent to central govt employees,amendments in promotion policy and pension benefits

No sign of gold,ASI stops Unnao digging

The ASI on Monday began filling the two trenches it dug in the ruins of the fort of Raja Rao Ram Bux Singh.

Pack up at Unnao if ASI hits natural soil in 2nd trench

ASI has failed to find any treasure.

ASI: Will stop once we hit natural soil in 2nd trench

With only and bones being found at the site so far,the ASI is set to close the excavation.

Stand-off over cane prices refuses to end

Mill owners want it fixed at Rs 225 per quintal,last year’s SAP was Rs 280

IIT-BHU aim to make superconductors commercially viable

The high temperature superconductor,if successfully harnessed for commercial purpose,will not only reduce wastage of power while transmission,it will also open up the possibility of bulk storage of power.

Sugar economy faces crisis in riot-hit UP belt

Riot-hit Muzaffarnagar may now be looking at a crisis in its sugar economy.

Unnao down under: Despite meagre returns,hunt for gold goes on

The ASI dig has yielded little so far,the 1,000 tonnes of gold playing truant.

His dream a joke,sadhu now says give me 10 hrs,I will give you gold

Shobhan Sarkar claimed on Thursday that the gold would not be found unless he is present at the excavation site.

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