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Pushkar Singh Tami sworn in as Uttarakhand Chief Minister

  • Lok Sabha MP Tirath Singh Rawat took over as Chief Minister last March following the resignation of Trivendra Singh Rawat, who was the Chief Minister of the BJP-ruled state for four years. 
  • At a meeting of BJP MLAs in Dehradun last evening in the presence of Central Observer Narendra Singh Tomar, Pushkar Singh Tami was elected party chief. He subsequently met with the governor and demanded the right to rule. Tami takes office at the governor's invitation
The Prime Minister is proud of the historic achievement of the new offer for retail
  • "The inclusion of retail and wholesale businesses in the list of small, medium and micro enterprises is a historic achievement," Modi said. The global economy has been hit hard by the spread of corona infection. India is not the only exception. Entrepreneurs continue to have a serious problem in raising funds for their business investment.
  • Meanwhile, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said, `The country's retail and wholesale traders will also be linked with small, medium and micro enterprises. As per the RBI guidelines, they will benefit from being brought under the key sector in obtaining loans, 'he said.
Kayakalp Award 2019
  • Melaramanadi Government Primary Health Center is located near Kamudi, Ramanathapuram District. The health center is visited daily by a large number of people from villages including Keeraramanadi, Glamor and Kavadipatti.
  • The health center has been awarded the 'Kayakalp' award for the year 2019 by the Central Government for its excellent performance in cleaning and sanitation.
2 National Award for Nashik Radio
  • 'Radio Vishwas 90.8' conducted by Vishwas Diyan Prabodhini and Research Station in Nashik, Maharashtra. It broadcasts 14 hours a day.
  • The 'Education for All' program was launched in June last year under the Corporate Social Responsibility Scheme to ensure that the education of students without smart phones is not affected during the Govt epidemic.
  • Of these, free education was provided to students in grades three through 10. Lessons were broadcast in Hindi, English, Marathi and Sanskrit to reach all students in Zilla Parishad and Nashik Municipal Schools.
  • For this event, Radio Vishwas has received two awards in the eighth edition of the National Community Radio Awards, established by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.

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