Government college buildings in Maharashtra to be audited for first time
The structural fitness of government college buildings in the state will be audited for the first time.The state plans a safety check on campuses to avoid untoward incidents.
Govt to bring out white paper on PPAs signed by Akalis: Punjab CM Amarinder
The White Paper will reveal all the documents signed by the previ...
Maharashtra Energy Regulatory Commission withdraws compulsory gross metering for solar power
The measure was one of the alleged provisions in...
Assam govt would have prepared error-free NRC: CM Sonowal
Sonowal asked the people to wait till CAA rules are framed. “Once rules are framed, there will be applications, which will be scanned. This is an all-India Act. An impression is being created that Assam will be made to bear the brunt of foreigners. The numbers being floated are imaginary. Assam government has given its suggestions for the rules.”
MSEDCL proposes astronomical GSC for solar rooftop
MERC had recently dismissed the discom’s petition to make net billing compulsory instead of net metering. It had, however, allowed MSEDCL to levy grid support charge (GSC) for consumers having load more than 10 KW
Govt advisory on illegal 'Genetically Modified' crops soon
Several cases of cultivation of illegal GM crops have been reported from across states in the last few months, prompting the Centre to step in.
Labourer should be at centre of industrial policy: Maharashtra CM
"Employment generation is a challenge and any new amendment to the industrial policy in the state should ensure that the labourer is the focus and centre point," Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said. He further added that employment generation, along with investment, should be the criteria for industries to get concessions.
Raut should not have made comment about Indira Gandhi: Pawar
Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut should have refrained from saying that former prime minister Indira Gandhi used to meet yesteryear gangster Karim Lala, NCP chief Sharad Pawar said here on Friday.
'Free Kashmir' poster: Sena slams Fadnavis for targeting CM
The Shiv Sena on Thursday hit out at BJP leader and former CM Devendra Fadnavis for targeting Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray over the "Free Kashmir" placard displayed by a woman at a protest in Mumbai against the JNU violence.
Dr Bomb, involved in over 50 blasts across India, jumps parole
Dr Jalees Ansari (69), notorious as ‘Dr Bomb’ for his role in several blasts across the country and sentenced to life in the 1993 Rajasthan bomb blasts case, disappeared from his Mumbai home on Thursday morning, a day before his 21-day parole sanctioned by the Supreme Court order was to end. An MBBS doctor, Ansari has been in jail since 1994.
Maharashtra mulls proposal to set up Mumbai Eye near Mumbai sea link
The proposal to set up the observation wheel close to the Bandra-Worli Sea Link, ahead of the toll plaza, came up for discussion in the weekly Cabinet meeting on Wednesday, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar told reporters.
India's October 1 to January 15 sugar output down 26% y/y: ISMA
The country is the world's biggest sugar producer and lower output could support global prices. Mills in Maharashtra have produced 2.55 million tonnes of sugar, down from 5.7 million tonnes during the same period a year ago, the ISMA said in a statement.
Delhi Assembly elections: AAP releases list of candidates for all 70 seats
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) released the list of candidates for the upcoming Delhi Assembly elections, on January 14. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriw...
Industry chiefs seek faster approvals, labour reforms in meeting with CM
The meeting, a first after Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray became the Chief Minister of the state, saw industrialists like Mukesh Ambani, Ratan Tata, Adi Godrej, Anand Mahindra, bankers such as Deepak Parekh and Uday Kotak speaking on the steps required to give a boost to state’s growth.
Eight dead in explosion at chemical factory in Boisar, Maharashtra
The factory is located at Kolwade village and the explosion, which took place around 7.20 pm, was so huge that it was heard within a 15-km radius, said police spokesperson Hemant Katkar.
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