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This is why PM Modi got emotional while speaking to Ayub Patel and his daughter during the ‘Utkarsh Samaroh’ in Bharuch

The Bharuch district administration had carried out a 'Utkarsh Initiative' drive from January 1 to March 31 to ensure the complete coverage of schemes providing assistance to widows, elderly and destitute citizens. According to the PMO's office, a total of 12,854 beneficiaries have benefited due to the government schemes.

Union govt approves 7 Mega Integrated Textile Region and Apparel Parks (PM MITRA), to generate 7 lakh direct and 14 lakh indirect employment

Centre approves 7 Mega Integrated Textile Region and Apparel Parks (PM MITRA) with the objecting of putting India on global textiles map

Independence Day: Here is how the schemes and initiatives of the Modi government have benefitted Indians

During his independence day speech, PM Modi highlighted the schemes and initiatives of the govt to improve the lives of the masses

Delhi govt cites zero requirement of testing kits, labs, ICUs, Oxygen tank etc to combat Covid-19, other states submit requirements under central scheme

Delhi govt has not submitted any requirement for any testing kit, lab, ICU unit, oxygen plant etc under the Rs 23,123 crore ECRP-II scheme

PM Modi launches new digital payment instrument ‘e-RUPI’: Here is what he said

PM Narendra Modi said, "Today we are looking at technology as a tool to help the poor, a tool for their progress."

PM Modi to launch e-RUPI on Monday: All you need to know about the new e-Voucher based digital payment instrument

e-RUPI will revolutionise delivery of welfare services such as nutritional support, TB eradication, drugs and diagnostics, fertiliser subsidies etc

UP, Tripura, Bihar amongst other state govts come to rescue of children orphaned due to COVID pandemic

Apart from educational support to minors, the states have also extended additional support for students who clear class 10 boards and female students above the age of 21.

Mukhyamantri Vatsalya Yojana: Uttarakhand govt to take responsibility of children who have lost their parents to Covid-19 till they turn 21

The children who have lost parents to the Covid-19 pandemic will be paid an allowance of Rs 3,000 per month by the Uttarakhand govt

Muslims have much more share in welfare schemes of state government than their population in the state: UP CM Yogi Adityanath

"The Muslim population in UP is 17-19 per cent, but their share in the benefits of welfare schemes is 30-35 per cent", the UP CM said

Karnataka govt to provide monetary benefits for financially backward Brahmins, launches various schemes

'Arundhati' and 'Maitreyi' schemes will provide monetary benefits to brides from Economically Weaker Section among Brahmins.

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