Monthly Archives: July 2021

Udupi: Let CM Bommai adopt Koosamma Memorial Government Hospital – Ashok Kumar Kodavoor

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (JS / EP) Udupi, July 30: “Health is important to everyone and everyone should get it for free. Pregnant women who come to give birth and those who give birth need medical attention. It is unfortunate that the government does not provide this support. Chief …

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Bommai meets the governor, the stakes claim to form the government

Bommai meets the governor, the stakes claim to form the government Bangalore: Basavaraj Bommai, who was unanimously elected leader of the BJP legislative party, paving the way to become Karnataka’s new chief minister, met with Governor Thaawarchand Gehlot on Tuesday evening and claimed participation in forming the government. Accompanied by …

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The government requests an extension until January 9 to frame the rules of the CAA | India News

NEW DELHI: Indicating a longer wait for the operationalization of the citizenship (amendment) law enacted more than a year and a half ago, the government told Lok Sabha on Tuesday that it had requested more time until ” to January 9, 2022, to oversee and notify the rules under the …

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Public Schools Attract Students from Private Institutions to Dakshina Kannada | Mangaluru News

MANGALURU: The financial crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, and the ambiguity that prevails over tuition fees, has forced many parents to move their pupils from private schools to public schools in the district. This trend started during the last academic year and has continued even this year. According to …

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Government of Rajasthan to roll out electric vehicle policy soon

By Archana Sharma Jaipur, July 22 (IANS): In the wake of the governments of Maharashtra, Delhi, Gujarat and Telangana, the government of Rajasthan is also poised to launch the much anticipated Electric Vehicle (EV) policy. “The draft EV policy is ready and will be sent to the finance department for …

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