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Modi govt to reach target of 8 crore Ujjwala LPG connections six month ahead of deadline, to increase scope of scheme

Ujjawal scheme has reached 8 crore poor households six months before the deadline set to reach that target and the scheme is likely to be expanded to cover more underprivileged families

Few central government schemes that helped BJP in coming back to power with a greater mandate

UP CM Yogi Adityanath said that development projects had broken the caste barriers giving them a winning edge in the elections

Congress posts a tweet slamming Modi government’s Ujjwala Scheme, Twitter users point out the irony

Despite being in power for almost 60 years, Congress had failed to provide basic amenities such as gas connections to the most vulnerable and poor in society.

International Energy Agency hails Narendra Modi’s electrification drive, calls it ‘one of the greatest success stories’

The International Energy Agency said that electrification will also boost productivity, spur innovation and enhance well being.

After reporting how villagers were happier defecating in open, The Wire reports how villagers were happier without cooking gas

Earlier the leftist propaganda website had problem with union ministers promoting physical fitness on social media.

WHO Director General praises ‘Ayushman Bharat’, terms it as a ‘great commitment’ by PM Modi

The ambitious scheme of the Modi government aims to provide annual health insurance of Rs 5 lakh to 50 crore Indians.

PM Modi’s Ujjwala scheme provides 5 crore LPG connections to the poor, eight months ahead of schedule

A total of eight crore poor households are going to be covered under this scheme by 2020

Locals find bomb in TMC leader Arabul Islam’s house a day after he being sent to police custody

The upcoming Panchayat polls have turned West Bengal into a battlefield

World Health Organisation hails Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana

The report says while pollution levels are still dangerously high, governments are taking measures to curb it.

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Despite shrill Rafale campaign, Rahul Gandhi has attended zero sittings of Parliamentary Committee on Defence

Rahul Gandhi has not attended a single sitting of the of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Defence.

In a first in the world, Indian Railways sets up solar power plant in Madhya Pradesh to run trains

The 1.7 MW solar power plant of Indian Railways will feed power to the overhead power lines to power the traction systems of locomotives

Ladakh standoff: Tibetan community in Manali cheer for Indian Army, wave flags as the convoy passes by

The current standoff between India and China began on May 5-6 and has been continuing all along the LAC up to Sikkim.

Agra’s Taj Mahal may reopen from Monday with restrictions, district authorities in dilemma as fresh cases rise

The visitors to the Taj Mahal will have to mandatorily wear masks at all times, and keep their distance from each other.

Politics and Instagram generation: Of memes, misinformation and whole lot of misguided youth

The newer generation seems as clueless about politics as the current opposition leaders.

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