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Pumpkin kicks up a farming revolution

'Yellow' is helping to bring about green revolution in Valiya taluka of Bharuch district, and it would not be long before this trend catches elsewhere in Gujarat. Cucumber, bitter gourd and many other vegetables grown in the taluka haveroots, thanks to the farmers of Valiya. This new method of grafting has been helpingfor the past couple of years to save their vegetable and fruit crops from soil d...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Surat

Man dies after being thrashed by in-laws

27-year-old youth died few hours after being thrashed by his father-in-law and brother-in-law on Diwali eve.The deceased had gone to bring his angry wife back to home when he was thrashed by the in-laws. Due to injuries Vasava died on Wednesday at a hospital during treatment.Rajesh Vasava, resident of Mota Jambuda village in Valiya taluka of Bharuch, had disputes with his wife Sangita for the past...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Surat

Hinjewadi gets green, foul-smelling water

Polluted water from the Mula river seeping into wells in Hinjewadi village has adversely affected the quality of drinking water supplied by the gram panchayat to around 40,000 people living in the village.Hinjewadi village is located along the Mula river. Large parts of land in the village have been acquired for the Rajiv Gandhi Information and Technology Park.Since a week ago, the villagers have been...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Pune

MEHAIR successfully conducts seaplane trial

Countrys first seaplane company, Maritsime Energy Heli Air Services Privated Limited (MEHAIR) has successfully conducted trial landing of its seaplane in Mula dam yesterday. Speaking on the occasion of the Mula dam trials, Mr Siddharth Verma, Co-Founder and Director of MEHAIR said, The launch of this service is exciting for the state and the large number of devotees who travel to the holy towns...
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

Govt made consumers pay Mula Pravara subsidy

Consumer representatives have been blaming MSEDCL for not taking action against Mula Pravara society, which did not pay its bills and finally the dues reached Rs 2,400 before MSEDCL took over. The society was run by the family ofWhen Nagpur bench of Bombay high court had ordered state government to snap Mula Pravara's connection in 2002, the government refused saying that it would lead to law and order...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Nagpur

Ruling Samajwadi Party blamed for Muzaffarnagar riots

ruling Samajwadi Party (SP) in Uttar Pradesh was Saturday blamed by activists for mishandling the situation in Muzaffarnagar when communal riots broke out in the district last year and the poor condition in relief camps where the victims were housed."The riot affected are not going back to villages because the Uttar Pradesh police has not registered cases against people who looted and burnt houses....
Source : Headlinesindia |
Category : Headlines

Ruling Samajwadi Party blamed for Muzaffarnagar riots

ruling Samajwadi Party (SP) in Uttar Pradesh was Saturday blamed by activists for mishandling the situation in Muzaffarnagar when communal riots broke out in the district last year and the poor condition in relief camps where the victims were housed."The riot affected are not going back to villages because the Uttar Pradesh police has not registered cases against people who looted and burnt houses....
Source : Newkerala |
Category : National | City : New Delhi

India turns into biggest market for smart cards

Smart cards are helping to bring technology-based solutions to the poor even as the nation grapples with poor network infrastructure....
Source : Times Of India |
Category : Business

Speak for the poor: Najeeb Jung (With Images)

Delhi Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung Friday urged students to become the voice of the poorest of the poor....
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

Congress chants poverty mantra every election: Modi

BAREILLY: Taking a dig at the Congress, Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that the party chants the mantra of poverty every time elections approach and treats all 365 days of the year as April Fool's Day."Just as a student who is about to face exams begins to pray so that he can pass the test, the Congress begins chanting the mantra 'poor, poor, poor', so that the poor can save it. But the poor of the...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : National