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Nearing completion Swachh Bharat sees cut in allocation: Official

NEW DELHI:  Governments much publicised Swachh Bharat Mission aiming to enhance the level of sanitation in India and make the country open defecation free (ODF) seems to be on its way out making way as other important schemes on solid waste management and drinking water is expected to get higher funding.

Tejas is 1st Lucknow-Delhi train to be run by private players

LUCKNOW: The first train, operated by private players, to be run between Lucknow and Delhi will be the Tejas Express.

Tejas is 1st Lucknow-Delhi train to be run by private players

LUCKNOW: The first train, operated by private players, to be run between Lucknow and Delhi will be the Tejas Express.

Minister warns action against Pradhan's failing to utilise funds of 14th FC

SHIMLA: Rural Development and Panchayati Raj Minister Virender Kanwar has expressed concern that Gram Panchayats are failing to spend the funds provided under 14th Finance Commission in a stipulated time period.

Yogi's push to tourism in UP

LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has reviewed the performance of the state tourism department and directed measures to boost tourism.

Indian govt disallowed Sikh Jatha to visit Pakistan to commemorate Guru Arjan Dev's Gurpurb

AMRITSAR: The Indian Government didnt allow the jatha of Sikh pilgrims to visit Pakistan to commemorate Gurpurb of Guru Arjan Dev ji for which Pakistan government had issued visas.

Big Bollywood banners make a beeline for new music artistes

NEW DELHI: "Bekhayali" from Shahid Kapoor-starrer "Kabir Singh" arrived on May 24 and became an instant hit. Though its version by the "omnipresent" Bollywood singer Arijit Singh is melting hearts, it was Sachet Tandon's fresh voice that proved to be magical for the heart-wrenching number sung by the new talent. There are more new singers and composers who have joined the "hit list" club, and Bollywood's big banners are welcoming them with open arms.

Mahatma Gandhi's photo on toilet walls in UP village

BULANDSHAR (UTTAR PRADESH):  June 6 (IANS) A rural development officer has been suspended and a notice served to the head of Ichhwari village in Uttar Pradesh after toilets built under the Swachh Bharat campaign were found plastered with wall tiles bearing Mahatma Gandhi's images.

Punjab jumps to 3rd rank under Gramin Awas Yojna at national level: Tript Bajwa

Punjab Rural Development and Panchayat and Housing and Urban Development Minister Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa here today said that Punjab has ranked three among the states at the national level under Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana (Gramin).

56th Colloquium and 4th Shenmar Memorial Lecture.

CHANDIGARH: The Panjab University Colloquium Committee successfully organized the 56th PU Colloquium and 4th K C Shenmar Memorial Oration,instituted in the memory of Sh.K.C. Shenmar, former IGP, Punjab and fellow Panjab University, Chandigarh, at 9.30 a.m. on May 21, 2019 at Golden Jubilee Panjab University, Chandigarh.

​BJP, Congress say results will be better than exit polls

NEW DELHI:  The Bharatiya Janata Party on Sunday said the results of the Lok Sabha polls on May 23 will be better than the prediction of exit polls which have favoured the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) returning to power.

Goa Congress slams BJP over failing to protect candidate

Following an attack on Sidharth Kuncalienkar, the BJP candidate for the Panaji Assembly bypolls, Goa Congress President Girish Chodankar on Friday slammed the BJP-led coalition government in the coastal state over its failure to protect its own candidate.

Vande Bharat Express clocks 1 lakh running km

 The indigenously-built Vande Bharat Express has completed one lakh running kilometres without missing a single trip, officials said on Thursday.

CEO Punjab issues guidelines regarding facilities to be provide to voters on voting day

he Chief Electoral Officer, Punjab Sh. S. Karuna Raju on Wednesday issued directions for compliance of ECI's guidelines regarding facilities to be provided to voters on Voting Day May 19 in letter and spirit.

Varanasi village says no to 'chor', yes to 'Chowkidar'

Kakarhiya village in Varanasi district is sending a message that is loud and clear to the opposition parties.

HC seeks NHAI reply on basic amenities on expressways

NEW DELHI:  The Delhi High Court on Wednesday asked the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) to file a response to a plea seeking to ensure basic amenities like petrol pumps, toilet complex, ambulance and other emergency facilities on expressways.

ECI gives permission to various proposals of Punjab Education Department

The Election Commission of India (ECI) today gave its nod to various proposals of Punjab Government Education Department.

Phase-II: AIADMK to defend maximum of 35 seats, BJP 26

NEW DELHI:  As 95 Lok Sabha constituencies go to the polls in the second phase of elections tomorrow, AIADMK has the maximum number of 35 seats to defend, followed by the BJP, which has 26 at stake.

Eco-friendly toilet to be set up on Mount Everest

China has decided to build an eco-friendly toilet at a camp, 7,028 metres up the north slope of Mount Everest, during this climbing season, officials said.

Back Modi for better governance, security, says Shah

Lashing out at the "adulterated" politics of the opposition and corruption of the Congress, BJP President Amit Shah and UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday urged voters to back Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led NDA for better governance and national security.


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