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Aid for Sikkim
The state government on Thursday provided Rs 5 crore financial aid to quake-hit Sikkim for relief and rescue operations. We have decided to donate Rs 5 crore from the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund to Sikkim for helping quake-hit victims,” said Nitish Kumar.
The state government on Thursday gave additional charge to three officials, principal secretary, finance, Rameshwar Singh, principal secretary, industry, C.K. Mishra and principal secretary, health, Amarjeet Sinha are going for a six-week-long compulsory training programme.
The council of staff of Millat College, under the leadership of Bhakti Nath Jha, has opposed the initiative of some people who want minority status for the college.
A two-day workshop on strategies to prevent human trafficking started on Thursday at the annexe building of the legislative council.
Film for fest
Vinay Pathak and Rajat Kapoor starrer
Jo Dooba So Paar- It's love in Bihar
has been selected for the South Asian International Film Festival.
Around seven lakh meritorious students belonging to Mahadalit community enrolled in government schools would be having a unique scholarship bank account. These would enable beneficiaries to withdraw scholarship money by January 2012.
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