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Modi to address rally from ramparts of Lal Qila replica in Chhattisgarh

will address a rally in Ambikapur in Chhattisgarh today, in the run-up to assembly elections to be held in the state later this...
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

New strontium atomic clock will stay precise till end of universe 5 bln years on

research group led by a National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) physicist has shown an experimental strontium atomic clock that has set new world records for both precision and stability.The clock is in a laboratory at JILA, a joint institute of NIST and the University of Colorado Boulder.The JILA strontium lattice clock is about 50 percent more precise than the record holder of the past...
Source : News Track India |
Category : Science N Technology | City : Mumbai

Rachol panchayat to move to new ghar

Rachol will soon get a new panchayat ghar (house). Sarpanch of the Rachol village panchayat Joseph Vaz, told the gram sabha on Sunday that the panchayat has won the legal battle over the construction of the panchayat house and that it will be inaugurated shortly.Speaking to TOI, Vaz said that the panchayat house has been built at a cost of 24 lakh under a state-sponsored scheme for panchayat bodies....
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Margao

The best panchayat ghar I have seen: Agartala bishop

Agartala bishop L Monteiro recently inaugurated the renovated Calangute panchayat ghar in the presence of Calangute panchayat members.    ...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City

Apartment / Flat for sale in Old Mahabalipuram Road area, Chennai

#33, Navallur Panchayat Board, Thiruporur Panchayat,Kanchipuram (dst), Old Mahabalipuram Road, Chennai (Tamil Nadu)Top builder only construct this building so all facilities are completely top class
Source : Propertywala |
Category : Others | City : Chennai

Ambelim: Confusion continues

a population predominantly from the fishing community and scheduled tribe community. The current MLA of Velim constituency, Benjamin D'Silva, started his political journey from this panchayat as a panchayat member and then as a sarpanch. The village panchayat comprises seven wards and has a population of 3,500.wanted to demolish the present panchayat ghar and reconstruct a new, well-equipped panchayat...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Panaji

Kullu Zila Parishad to be conferred with Bharat Ratna for third time

Zila Parishad Kullu has been shortlisted for prestigious Bharat Ratna Award for the third time, District Panchayat Officer Garish Sharma said here today.Mr Sharma said district panchayat Kullu has received this award for Panchayat empowerment and accountable goverance twice earlier as well.District Panchayat Raj institution has remained on the top position in this hill state for implementing Panchayat...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : National | City : Shimla

Third phase of panchayat polls concludes peacefully in U'khand

The third phase of three-tier panchayat polling in Uttarakhand concluded peacefully today.In all 17,20,006 voters cast their votes in the last phase of three-tier panchayat election held for 2,548 gram pradhans, 134 district panchayat member, 1,034 area panchayat member and 16,721 gram panchayat member of 30 development blocks in the state. The counting will take place on June 27.State Election Co...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : National | City : Dehradun

Congress crumbling under weight of its own arrogance: Modi

AMBIKAPUR (Sarguja): Amid an unprecedented turnout of people, including local tribals, at Ambikapur town in Sarguja district north Chhattisgarh, BJP poll campaign chief and Gujarat chief minister Narendrasounded the bugle for the upcoming assembly polls by mounting an all out attack against the Congress-led UPA government and saying that it was crumbling under the weight of its own arrogance."For the...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : National

Congress scared of Modi: Rajnath

Ambikapur (Chhattisgarh), Sep 7 : BJP chief Rajnath Singh claimed Saturday that the Congress was scared of the rising popularity of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and said he expected the Congress to soon intensify its attacks on Modi.Addressing thousands of people at a rally in Ambikapur in Chhattisgarh, Rajnath Singh said: "Modi is one of the most popular leaders of the country and the Congress...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : National
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