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10 April, 2018 9:29 AM Intra-state e-way bills for five states from April 15

The government on Tuesday announced that it would be rolling out the e-waybill system for the intra-state transport of goods in Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Kerala, Telangana, and Uttar Pradesh on April 15, 2018. The government planned a phased rollout of the system for intra-state movement following the nation-wide rollout of the system for inter-state 28

18 March, 2018 11:39 AM Shoaib Ibrahim-Dipika Kakar's post marriage vows

Mumbai: “I promise to remember that neither of us is perfect. But strive to remind myself of the ways we are perfect for each other.” Marriage is filled with its ups and downs and a couple who strives to stay together accepting each other the way they are is what makes the bond stronger. Shoaib Ibrahim and Deepika Kakkar (the happily married couple now is called 47

17 March, 2018 6:26 PM Centre says no to extendingPDS sugar subsidy to all

The Union government has turned down the request of the State government for extending the coverage of subsidised sugar to all priority household cardholders in the State. It has also decided against increasing the subsidy burden. But, the subsidy would remain at ₹18.5 per kg, which would be given only to Antyodaya Anna Yojana (AAY) cardholders, representing 36

16 March, 2018 2:29 AM Telangana Budget: Highest allocation for irrigation, agriculture

Water likely to be released on full-scale from Mallannasagar in 2019-20, says Eatala Telangana government has allocated the highest annual budget ever in the history of the country for irrigation, power subsidy and agriculture. The allocation for the three sectors constitutes 26% of the overall budget, said Finance Minister Eatala Rajender. A beaming 38

12 March, 2018 6:56 AM Witnessing national agrarian crisis last five-six months: Loksatta Editor

The agitating farmers who began the 180 kilometer march from Nashik have reached Azad Maidan in Mumbai and they plan to surround the state assembly later today. In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Girish Kuber, Editor of Loksatta spoke about the ramifications for the state. The agitating farmers who began the 180 kilometer march from Nashik have reached Azad Maidan 33

8 March, 2018 5:26 PM Will waive ₹50,000 crore farm loan if elected: Kumaraswamy

Former Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy, here on Thursday, assured the public that he would waive farm loans of ₹50,000 crore if his party was elected to power. While addressing Vikasa Parva rally here, he said he was making this promise understanding fully the task of waiving such a huge amount. “I know taking the decision to waive ₹50,000 crore is not a small 37

6 March, 2018 11:06 AM Child marriages decline, led by big fall in South Asia

A significant fall in the number of child marriages in South Asia has helped reduced the rate of marriage for girls globally, the U.N. children’s agency said on Tuesday. More educational opportunities for young girls, government investments in adolescent girls and strong advocacy about the illegality of child marriage saw 25 million fewer child marriages 41

2 March, 2018 9:13 AM Different League, Hot N Fire, Psychic Warrior, Iris, Castle Key and Setaglow impress

Different League, Hot N Fire, Psychic Warrior, Iris, Castle Key and Setaglow impressed when the horses were exercised here on Friday morning (March 2) 600m: Stanley (rb), Saptajit (Anjar) 43. Former finished five lengths ahead. One Big Gang (rb), Prince Charmo (rb) 45.5. They finished level. A 3-y-o (Burden Of Proof-Glorious Beauty) (Mudassar) 46. Easy. 1000m: Zedclass 26

27 February, 2018 2:40 AM Missing student: father urges him not to take any step that will create trouble

Suhail, a Kashmiri student at AIIMS-Bhubaneswar, has been missing since Feb. 9 Aijaz Ahmed, father of Kashmiri student Suhail Aijaj who has gone missing from the hostel of All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhubaneswar, on Monday urged his son not to take any step that would create trouble for the family. Mr. Ahmed has been camping in Bhubaneswar 37

21 February, 2018 6:34 PM Disband Staff Rationalisation Committee, Union urges CM

CHENNAI: The Tamil Nadu Government Officials’ Union on Wednesday urged the State government to disband the Staff Rationalisaton Committee announced to identify non-essential posts in government departments. In a statement, R. Shanmugam, State President of the Union, said government employees were already burdened with additional work to execute all the schemes 34