Maha governor announces financial relief for rain-hit farmers
The relief entails Rs 8,000 per hectare up to two hectares for agricultural Kharif crops and Rs 18,000 per hectare up to two hectares for horticulture/perennial crops.
Maharashtra Governor BS Koshyari announces financial relief to farmers
Maharashtra Governor BS Koshyari announces financial relief to farmers...
Jammu-Srinagar highway closed for 3rd day, heavy rains hamper road clearing ops
Road clearance operation was launched immediately but intermi...
When gods put on their pollution masks
Priests at a Varanasi temple do much to instigate soul-searching.
Sabarimala review petition verdict in SC explained
The Supreme Court on Thursday did not overturn its earlier ruling on the Sabarimala temple, allowing women between the ages of 10 and 50 to ...
Gujarat announces Rs 700 crore relief package for rain-hit farmers
Farmers in Gujarat witnessed damage to their crops due to excess rains that lashed the state even after the monsoon season officially ended. Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel said the move would benefit over four lakh farmers in the state.
Ask almighty: Sebi chief on Nilekani's God remark
The comments come after Nilekani said processes at Infy are so strong that God cannot change their numbers.
Milk delivery startups limit products to conserve cash, make supply chain efficient
Gurugram-based Milkbasket said it was scaling down operations in select localities in Bengaluru and Delhi NCR — its two largest markets. DailyNinja, which counts Matrix Partners and Sequoia Capital as investors and has raised about $10 million, is looking for a buyer
UP min on stubble burning: Govts should hold 'Yagya' to please 'Rain God'
Uttar Pradesh minister Sunil Bharala: Farmers have always practiced stubble burning, it's a natural system. Repeated criticism of it is unfo...
Infosys chairman Nilekani says even ‘God’ could not change its numbers
Whistleblowers claim CEO Salil Parekh hid information from the auditors to boost margin.
Cyclone 'Bulbul' intensifies; rain pounds parts of WB, Odisha
Cyclone 'Bulbul', currently moving at a speed of 13 kmph, may intensify further by Saturday, Biswas said. It is unlikely to make a landfall in Odisha, but the state should brace for heavy to very heavy rainfall in its coastal and northern districts in the next two days, HR Biswas, the director of Bhubaneswar Meteorological Centre, said.
Volume and revenue good but rains played spoilsport for UB: Shekhar Ramamurthy
This year, barley prices are almost 15% higher than last year, as also glass prices.
Rains lash Thane and Palghar as cyclone 'Maha' fizzles out
The district disaster management control (DDMC) said that heavy rains lashed parts of Thane and Palghar districts till early hours of Friday. Although no casualties were reported during the downpour that began late on Thursday night, low-lying areas in the districts witnessed water-logging, a DDMC report stated.
Cyclone Bulbul: PM Modi speaks to Mamata Banerjee, assures assistance
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday held talks with West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee regarding Cyclone Bulbul and assured her o...
Chhath Puja: Devotees offer prayers to sun god on final day
Devotees gathered to offer final ‘Arghya’ to rising sun on the final day of Chhath Puja across the country. Thousands of devotees thronged t...
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