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17 June, 2018 7:12 PM Kuppam accident: death toll rises to nine

With two more deaths reported on Sunday from the Government Medical College at Vellore and the Government Hospital at Vaniyambadi in Tamil Nadu, the toll in the road accident at Peddavanka forest location near Kuppam on Saturday night mounted to nine. A mango-laden lorry, which was also carrying about 40 farm workers from Kudipet of Natrampalli taluk 30

16 June, 2018 6:29 PM ‘Kumaraswamy will present a supplementary budget’

Siddaramaiah says full budget was presented by his govt. The former Chief Minister and chairman of the coordination committee Siddaramaiah on Saturday said the State Budget, to be presented by Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy next month, would not be a full-fledged one but a supplementary budget. The former Chief Minister said before he laid down his office 44

15 June, 2018 5:02 PM Pilot project to develop FRA lands

A pilot project to make cultivable the forest lands on which rights were given to tribals in Adilabad district, under the Forest Rights Act, 1996, is set to begin. Non government organisations will take up the pilot project soon in 210 acres of FRA lands at a cost of about ₹ 84 crore. Collector D. Divya told representatives of NGOs in the district that 106 farm ponds 35

13 June, 2018 7:26 PM Bodies of woman,her two daughtersfound in well

In a tragic incident, a pregnant woman threw her two daughters into a farm well and jumped herself, allegedly due to harassment by her husband and in-laws for the reason that she was carrying a female foetus. The incident occurred at Peyana Kandriga village of Chittoor rural on Tuesday night. Their bodies were fished out from the well on Wednesday morning 30

11 June, 2018 7:46 PM ‘Hunkaar Rally’ raises chances of third front in Rajasthan

Independent MLA slams BJP, Congress for failing farmers, Dalits and the poor A massive ‘Hunkaar Rally’ organised by Independent MLA Hanuman Beniwal in Sikar on Sunday, in which the speakers accused the ruling BJP of failing to address agrarian crisis, has raised the possibility of a third front emerging in Rajasthan before this year’s Assembly elections 59

10 June, 2018 6:02 PM Coordination panel likely to meet on Thursday

The issue of farm loan waiver, whose modalities are yet to be worked out, is likely to figure in the first coordination committee meeting of the Janata Dal (Secular)-Congress coalition government likely to be held next week. A statement from former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah’s camp on Sunday stated that the committee is set to meet on Thursday under 33

10 June, 2018 2:09 PM Lady In Lace wins Krishnaraja Wadiyar Cup

Lady In Lace (Suraj up) won the Krishnaraja Wadiyar Cup, the feature event of the races held here on Sunday (June 10). The winner is owned by Manjri Horse Breed Farm Pvt Ltd rep by. Mr. Pallon S. Mistry, Mr. S. Prasad Raju & Mr. D.R. Thacker and trained by Prasad Raju. 1. JUNE PLATE (Div. II), (1,200m), rated 00 to 20: Helenka (S. Shiva K) 1, New Era (Nazerul) 26

8 June, 2018 5:13 PM ‘Harley Davidson tariff to be among issues on table during Indo-U.S. talks’

New Delhi to respond ‘appropriately’ during trade dispute talks with Washington The U.S. demand to reduce import tariffs on American Harley Davidson motorcycles will be among a series of trade disputes on the table and India will respond “appropriately” during the talks between Commerce Minister Suresh Prabhu and his counterpart, U.S. Trade Representative 71

7 June, 2018 6:33 PM Lightning, Strong Winds Claim Seven Lives Across Rajasthan

Jaipur: Seven people have died in different parts of Rajasthan over the last two days due to extreme weather conditions, police said today. In Hanumangarh district, an elderly woman, Jyani Devi (70) and her two grandsons, Punit (3) and Pradeep (5), died when a portion of their house collapsed due to strong winds and rain on Tuesday evening, police said. In Dholpur 69

28 May, 2018 6:15 PM Navara lands in IP rights row

Govt opposes farmer’s bid to gain rights for its conservation The nearly extinct rice variety Navara is in the thick of a controversy with the government opposing attempts of a farmer to gain Intellectual Property (IP) rights over its conservation under the Protection of Plant Variety and Farmers Right Act, 2001 (PPVFR Act). While the government and the Kerala 59