In a bid to increase job opportunities for rural unemployed, the Union Government and the Planning Commission have decided to earmark about Rs 5,000 crore in the 10th Five year Plan for the
The government finalised the annual Plan for Uttaranchal for 2002-03 at Rs 1533 crore, a sharp hike from the Rs 1050 crore in 2001-02. However, it opposed the state government's decision to set up a
The government finalised the annual plan for Uttaranchal for 2002-03 at Rs 1,533 crore, a sharp hike from the Rs 1,050 crore in 2001-02. However, it opposed the state government's decision to set up
Haryana has topped in the implementation of rural development schemes in the country in 2001-02, followed by Madhya Pradesh. Haryana was ranked second in 2000-01. According to a Haryana government
Lahore District (Pakistan) Nazim Mian Amer Mahmood has said child labour could not be controlled due to growing poverty and ignorance in society. Speaking at a seminar on child labour organized by
Deviating from the established norms, the Andhra Pradesh Finance Ministry is gearing up to come up with a "draft Budget" which is proposed to be circulated among people and after eliciting their
The National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development has assured the Tamil Nadu Government a Rs 400 crores assistance for the Rural Infrastructure Development Fund for 2002-03, as against the
India today committed to contribute $ 2.5 million for funding of Indo-ASEAN cooperation programmes. Making this announcement at the ASEAN Regional Forum meeting, External Affairs Minister Yashwant
The National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) will disburse Rs 400 crore as loan to the Tamil Nadu state during 2002-03 for improving rural infrastructure and various developmental
A package of schemes were evolved at the Samavayam-2002 conference held at Dingden in Germany on August 23 for the benefit of nonresident Keralites as well as the villages in Kerala.
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
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Coal mines to get automatic nod for first expansion