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Road to $5 trillion economy runs via UP

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Union Home Minister and BJP Chief Amit Shah hailed UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath as an able administrator, who eliminated politicization of bureaucracy that marred development of country’s most populous states before BJP came to power in 2017. He also said, the road to turn India’s $5 trillion economy passes through UP.

“UP ke andar prashashan ka rajneetikaran itna zyada hua tha ki pardarshita kahin door dur tak nahi thi. Focus hi prashashan tha. Prashashan rajnetaon ko khush karne mein laga rehta tha...Main kisi ka naam nahi lena chahta (There was no transparency due to politicization of bureaucracy. Focus was on administration which was busy keeping politicians in good humour. I won’t take anyone’s name),” said Shah, while speaking at the second groundbreaking ceremony of 250 projects of Rs 65,000 crore. Shah said the Yogi government has turned bureaucrats into ‘janta ke sewak’ (helper of people), rather than ‘rajnetaon ke sewak’ (helpers of politicians).

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Umngi River ravages Balat Village

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Umngi River is one of the non-polluted rivers in the District but during the monsoon, the mighty Umngi River which originates from Mawpud Village and travels to Balat village via Umpung and Umshylliah village, flow mercilessly bruising along any obstacles that come its way. Balat Market which is the life line for several villages like Umpung, Dangar, Mawpud, Umshylliah, Laitumsaw, Pynden, Umsarang, Umlynter, etc is completely on the verge of extinction from the map of Meghalaya as several Schools, Shops, and ICDS Centre located in the market area has collapsed. Extinction of this market will be detrimental for the people living in the area.

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India towards Moon: Mission Chandrayan 2

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Chandrayaan IIis India's second lunar exploration mission after Chandrayaan-1. It was developed by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). The mission was launched on a Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark III (GSLV Mk III) from Satish Dhawan Space Centre on Sriharikota Island. The mission has an allocated cost of ₹978 crore which includes Rs 603 crore for space segment and Rs375 crore as launch costs on GSLV Mk III.

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