“The government has resorted to a vicious attempt to manipulate figures so that people do not know the facts.
The plea stresses that the issue of excessive vacant seats in the colleges in spite of the fact that there are students desirous of obtaining admission needs to be considered.
A division bench comprising Justice Vineet Saran and Justice JK Maheshwari said that the apex court needs proper infrastructure to carry out its judicial functions.
The Centre has advised Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Maharashtra and Mizoram to maintain a strict watch and take pre-emptive action, if required, in the areas of concern.
Odisha has been selected for performance-based grants from the Centre to improve its road safety outcomes.
Meanwhile, the last date for submission of bills in treasury for withdrawal of funds has been revised to March 9.
One of his notable achievements is cultivation of banana through tissue culture in tribal areas of Kadapa district.
Meanwhile, police was also deployed near the meeting venue as a precautionary measure to avoid any untoward incidents.
Full office attendance for all central government employees from Monday: Union Minister Jitendra Singh
Union Minister Jitendra Singh has said full office attendance will be resumed for all central government employees from Monday.
Centre hopes states will absorb Rs 1 lakh crore of the Rs 7.5 lakh crore capex allotted in 2022-23, Finance secratary tells TNIE.
Already, the Israeli government has established 29 Centres of Excellence(CoEs) in 12 states and can train more than 1.2 lakh farmers per year.
This would be the highest-ever amount garnered through privatisation with the new owner shelling out Rs 18,000 crore for the buyout of the 'Maharaja'.
During the interaction, which was held between 11 am and 12 pm, PM Modi reviewed the progress of these five districts in the presence of the NITI Aayog CEO, and CMs and DC/DMs of respective states.
Huge opportunities for startups in tier 2 and 3 cities and areas like advertising, marketing, professional services, fitness and wellness, gaming and sports and audio-video services.
Speaking to the media in Bapatla, Veerraju said though the Centre is funding a major part of the housing scheme, the YSRC government named it after Jagan Mohan Reddy.