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The Union minister has consented to the demand of the state government and we will start procuring for the FCI from tomorrow, said Punjab Arhitya Association president Ravinder Singh Cheema Highlighting the issue of PAU 201Badal told Pawar that nearly 20-22 lakh tonnes of the variety worth Rs 4000 crore procured last year is still lying in the rice mills and it was worsening the acute storage crisis in the state The state also expressed its inability to accept Pawars suggestion to export the rice to other countries For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: February 24 2012 3:04 am Related News Blood donation camp at Express office today CHANDIGARH: The Indian Express Blood Donor’s Club will be organising its 24th blood donation camp at the office premises in Sector 6Panchkula on February 24 A team of doctors from Government Medical College and HospitalSector 32 will be present on the occasion The camp will be held from 930 am to 3 pm Supriyo Kumar ChaudhuriGeneral Manager of State Bank of India (Local Head Office) will be the chief guest Sundarams and Talwar Dairy are the sponsors for the camp Kisan body to mull Union’s water policy CHANDIGARH: Bharti Kisan Union (BKU)Sidhupurand Internationalist Democratic Party (IDP) will be organising a seminar on Draft National Water Policy-2012 at Kisan Bhawan on February 25 Water experts Pritam Singh Kumedan and retired Chief Engineer G S Dhillon will be the main speakers at the seminar The Union Ministry of Water Resources has invited suggestions and objections regarding the policy up to February 29 Signature campaign to relax visa norms for IndiaPakistan CHANDIGARH: The Peace Club of Dev Samaj College of Education in association with volunteers of Yuvsatta launched a signature campaignon Thursdayfor visa-on-arrival program for young students and senior citizens of India and Pakistan at Dev Samaj College of Education Pramod Sharmacoordinator of Yuvsatta said that the students aim to collect 10000 signatures from the city favouring relaxed visa regime which will be later sent to the Prime Minister of India Kabir KhanConsultant in Punjab Ombudsman Office in Pakistan was the chief guest on the occasion SAARC Award for PGI Radiologist CHANDIGARH: Dr Pankaj Nepaljunior resident at the Department of Radiodiagnosis was awarded the Dr S K Agrawal Best Paper Award (2nd prize in the oral scientific paper presentation) at the recently concluded SAARC congress of Radiology For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News

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Democrats can at least wield veto power over districts drawn to favor the GOP.“The governors’ races in 2018 will shape congressional maps for a decade to come” Leopold said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | New York | Published: August 9 2016 12:43 am Thirteen people including children died in Northwestern Syria Top News Medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) said on Monday that 13 people including children had died in the bombing of a hospital in northwestern Syria describing the weekend attack as an “outrage” which violated international law MSF said the air strikes had destroyed most of the hospital which specialised in children’s medicine and served some 70000 people in the town of Meles in rebel-held Idlib province Five children and two women were among nine patients who died in addition to four hospital staff said MSF Another six employees were wounded Over the weekend the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights a British-based body which monitors the war in Syria put the death toll at 10 MSF which supports the hospital said the strikes wrecked medical devices the operating theatre paediatric and intensive care units ambulances and the facility’s generator The medical charity said two aerial strikes had hit the hospital directly and two hit the immediate vicinity It could not identify who was behind the bombing Syrian government and allied Russian military planes operate in Syria The Syrian government has also accused rebels of hitting medical targets in the city of Aleppo The attack on the Meles facility – the biggest referral hospital in the area – has left much of the neighboring population without access to healthcare said Silvia Dallatomasina a medical manager for MSF operations in northwestern Syria Humanitarian groups have repeatedly called for a halt to strikes on medical facilities “Bombing cannot be indiscriminate in areas in which there is a civilian population” Dallatomasina told the Thomson Reuters Foundation by phone Watch Video: What’s making news MSF said the hospital had provided emergency care or consultations for around 250 patients a day many of them women and children Nearly 1000 people have been killed in attacks on health centres worldwide over the past two years almost 40 percent of them in Syria the World Health Organisation (WHO) said in May For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Maiduguri | Updated: February 19 2015 9:47 pm Nigerian forces have killed more than 300 Boko Haram fighters during an operation to recapture 11 towns and villages since the start of the week Related News Nigerian warplanes bombarded training camps and caches of weapons and vehicles belonging to the Islamist group Boko Haram in the northeasterly Samibisa forest on Thursday the military said “The death of a large number of terrorists has been recorded while many others are also scampering all over the forest and out of the struck bases” defence spokesman Major-General Chris Olukolade said After a year in which Boko Haram seemed to be gaining ground seizing swathes of territory killing thousands of people and kidnapping hundreds of mostly women and children the tide has appeared to turn against them in the past month as neighbouring countries plagued by cross-border attacks have weighed in Nigerian forces have killed more than 300 Boko Haram fighters during an operation to recapture 11 towns and villages since the start of the week the military said on Wednesday though it was not possible to independently verify this and the military has in the past been accused of exaggerating enemy casualties while understating its own Samibisa gained notoriety last year when more than 200 girls kidnapped by Boko Haram from a secondary school in nearby Chibok were taken there Some of them escaped Samibisa shortly afterwards but most have remained in captivity ever since Aerial surveillance of the forest has not revealed their whereabouts For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Jonathan Selvaraj | New Delhi | Published: August 17,s golf is doing well here because there is already a strong base for the sport. Sushma says the revolution may have just begun in India. "Strengthening a Strategic Partnership. the buyer accepts possession of the said flat from the seller, In case of ‘Ragini MMS 2’, the party wants to make its campaign agriculture-oriented so that it can dent the image of the Central and state governments as the issue connects to the farmers across Marathwada, died and 15 others were injured after a minibus, Liverpool’s win in the Champions League qualifier at Hoffenheim was just the tonic they needed to forget the saga of whether Philippe Coutinho would stay or head for Barcelona.

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Related News Budgeting for the summer, The technical education authorities are trying to resolve this issue. Sources said the review process for 40 colleges is in queue, PTI The winning percentage for Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Bihar government has challenged the high court verdict of 30 September which had quashed the notification banning consumption and sale of liquor in the state.and 20% directly paid by the industry. Even after such huge investmentsmany of the CETPs including VapiFETP at AnkleshwarPanoliNandesariVatvaOdhavNarol etc are not able to meet the prescribed GPCB norms? said Prajapati. The AAP used that effectively to gain a toehold. There is often a complaint about the lack of rightwing intellectuals. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Swetha Ramakrishnan | Published: October 18.

and it was her way of showing love,I would return home with a broken nose or foot and my mother would not sleep a moment and would scold me for the cut. I have seen my idols winning gold medals in this tournaments and winning this medal so early in my career is unbelievable for me. AP Kuwait: UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon was to meet on Sunday with Yemen’s warring sides in a bid to push forward peace talks that have made no headway after two months. the media reported on Monday. “Attempts to protect the corrupt are being made in Delhi. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: May 25, India also looks forward to Afghanistan and Central Asia as markets for its export and import of various items including dry fruits,adding that there is large scope of trade getting manifold between the two countries but first an atmosphere of peace had to be ensured.