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Centre Announces 'One Nation, One Ration Card' Plan for PDS Beneficiaries Food minister Ram Vilas Paswan aims to implement the plan across the country in a year. New Delhi: The Centre has announced plans to roll out a ‘one nation, one ration card’ system which will aim to make sure that a beneficiary is able to avail herself of the Public Distribution System (PDS) – no matter which part of the country she may be in. The measure, intended primarily to benefit migrant...

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Are Mohalla Clinics Making the Aam Aadmi Healthy in Delhi? -Taniya Sah, Neha Bailwal and Rituparna Kaushik An independent analysis of 12 Mohalla clinics in Delhi to verify the claims of the government and opposition. Delhi’s Mohalla Clinics created quite a stir when the first one was opened in Peeragarhi in 2015. During the Aam Aadmi Party’s first year in office, the clinics were started to take diagnostics and treatment of simple ailments to people’s doorstep and reduce the footfall in tertiary care hospitals. Mohalla Clinics have been...

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Making dam water reach the Farmer -Mihir Shah

-Business Standard Till the time you don’t give water to a farmer’s fields, you can’t save him from suicide. Intervening in a debate in the state Assembly on July 21, 2015, the Chief Minister of Maharashtra remarked that the state has 40 per cent of the country’s large dams, “but 82 per cent area of the state is rainfed. Till the time you don’t give water to a farmer’s fields, you can’t...

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IAS, IFS, IRS officers hail Modi govt crackdown on 'corrupt' colleagues -Sanya Dhingra Most IAS, IRS, IFS officers ThePrint spoke to welcomed Modi govt’s move to forcibly retire 'corrupt' officers and said it would make bureaucracy productive. New Delhi: The Narendra Modi government’s move to get rid of corrupt and dubious officers from the bureaucracy has, surprisingly, gone down well with civil servants, most of who do not see it as a threat to their career. Several IAS, IRS and IFS officers ThePrint spoke to...

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An Estimated Rs 60,000 Crore Spent in 2019 Lok Sabha Elections: CMS Report -Prudhviraj Rupawat The report released today by the Centre for Media Studies has estimated these elections as the most expensive elections held ever; BJP spent about 45% of the total expenditure. With an estimated Rs 60,000 crore front-end expenditure, the recently concluded 2019 Lok Sabha elections is the most expensive elections held ever, according to a report by Centre for Media Studies (CMS), a premier research organisation. The report estimated that Rs 700...

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