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Rs 4,754-cr power transmission scheme for Arunachal, Sikkim
Rs 4,754-cr power transmission scheme for Arunachal, Sikkim
NEW DELHI, Sep 15: The government on Monday approved a scheme for strengthening power transmission in Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim at an estimated cost of Rs 4,754.42 crore. The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs approved this scheme, an official statement said. "The intra-state transmission and distribution system ....
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editorial +
Policy prospective JNNSM
Currently in the whole country, people understand the importance of electricity. All most all state in India are move through the optimal use and the scarcity is heating hand. Therefore the demand for judicious use and consumption is certainly wanted by the governance. With demand of electricity grooming by leaps and bounds throughout the country, distribution utilities are finding it difficult to manage the peak demand of their particular areas resulting in severe electricity shortages. In order to address this sh ....
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Are airport promises air bubbles?
Are airport promises air bubbles?
Beyond the Horizon By Pradeep Kumar Arunachal Pradesh is one of the very few states in India without an airport for fixed wing aircrafts. The tall promises of the central and state governments during last one decade have turned out to be damp squib. Union Civil Aviation Minister Asok Gajapati Raju on Sept 9, 2014 an ....
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2nd Dorjee Khandu Memorial State Open Badminton c’ship concludes
2nd Dorjee Khandu Memorial State Open Badminton c’ship concludes
ITANAGAR, Sep 15: The second Dorjee Khandu Memorial State Open Badminton Championship organized by Arunachal State Badminton Association (ASBA) concluded at Raj Bhawan Badminton Stadium, Itanagar on Monday. The championship was held for U-10, U-13, U-15, U-17, U-19 years categories for both boys and girls (singles and ....
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reader's forum +
Regularize contractual laboratory technicians in one go
Sir, On behalf of the Contractual Laboratory Technician Welfare Association (CMLTWA) we would like to convey our appreciation to Chief Minister Nabam Tuki and Health and Family Welfare Minister Kalikho Pul for their recent decision to create a considerable number post of medical staff and laboratory technician. The contractual laboratory technician serving under the NRHM have been awaiting the decision for the past 15 years and while the announcement made by our Health Minister Kalikho Pul is a matter of grea ....
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Beware of Hepatitis-B - a silent killer
By Tai Tadap, Apollo Hospital In 1965, Dr. Baruch Blumberg discovered Hepatitis B virus. Originally, the virus was called the “Australia Antigen” because it was named an Australian aborigine’s blood sample that reacted with an antibody in the serum of an American hemophilia patient. Dr. Blumberg developed a blood test for the Hepatitis B virus. In 1971, the blood banks began using the test to screen blood donations and the risk of Hepatitis B infections from blood transfusion decreased by 25%. Four years ....
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