Mohali: Thieves struck at the house of the Haryana Additional Advocate General and decamped with cash and jewellery items, worth around Rs 15 lakh, here
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Kolkata: Under no illusions about the enormity of his task at the Asian Games as a coach to Indian gymnastics' golden girl Dipa Karmakar, Bishweshwar Nandi said the "first target" will be to make the finals of the vault event in artistic gymnastics, the recent high notwithstanding.
NEW DELHI: The Congress Working Committee (CWC) met on Saturday to discuss political situation in the country and decided to target the Narendra Modi government on the issues of corruption and its "failure" to provide jobs to the youth.
The Scheduled Castes, Backward Classes & Minority Welfare Minister, Punjab, Mr. Sadhu Singh Dharamsot has said that during the current year 2018-2019 the government has targeted to provide job related loans to 6400 youth belonging to SC category under various welfare schemes and a provision of Rs. 24 crore has been made for the purpose. He further said that the aim of these schemes is to provide financial assistance to the SC youth for augmenting their income so as to make them self dependent.
NEW DELHI: Finance Minister Piyush Goyal on Monday expressed confidence that the government will not only meet the fiscal deficit target of 3.3 per cent, but it will do even better than that.
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In a new high for the district, Jalandhar has emerged as one of the leading districts in the state by covering 99.5 % of the targeted populace under the anti-Rubella Measles immunization campaign thereby covering nearly more than 4.50 lakh children under the campaign.
NEW DELHI: After bringing down the PDP-led government in Jammu and Kashmir, the BJP will target Kashmiris as anti-national and harbourers of terrorists, the CPI-M has said.
Karam Prakash Tribune News Service Patiala, June 17 The state government has extended the deadline for its measles-rubella (MR) vaccination drive, as the initiative didn’t achieve expected results in some districts. The six-week statewide campaign, which was scheduled to end by June 15, has been extended by 10 days, officials confirmed. Kicked off with much fanfare by the government across the state on May 1, the MR vaccination drive has been able to cover 82 per cent of the children. As per the data gathered from the Health Department, 60 lakh children against the target of 73 lakh were vaccinated till June 15. Sources said rumours and negative publicity regarding the drive had a debilitating impact on it. Despite the Health Minster releasing repeated statements regarding the vaccine bein