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Centre to Set Up Rs 1,000 Crore Fund For Bus Terminals

Such bus ports should be fully integrated facilities serving every stakeholder well, says Nitin Gadkari, union road transport minister

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1.5 Lakh People Die In 5 Lakh Accidents Every Year: Govt

Concerned executive agencies have already been asked to undertake repairs, rehabilitation and reconstruction of all such bridges after detailed condition survey

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We Have Saved Indian Bankers From 3 Lakh Crore Infrastructure NPAs: Nitin Gadkari

Speaking in the context of the projects taken up by the previous government, the minister mentions how the government has terminated thousands of projects that were on the verge of becoming Non Performing assets (NPAs)

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Benefits Of GST For Transport Sector

Pre-GST, the complex tax structure and paper work forced the transport industry to spend a lot of resources on tax compliance and deposit of interstate sales tax

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India Can Take A Big Leap In Agriculture Sector, Says Nitin Gadkari

Even large landholder farmers’ son prefer to be a bank clerk”. He said it’s very much the fault of neglecting the farmers’ that had put them in such a distress

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Mahindra & Mahindra Launches Fleet Of 200 Electric Vehicles In Nagpur

This pilot project will commence with a 200-strong fleet, including 100 of Mahindra’s new e2o Plus vehicles. The rest of the fleet will consist of vehicles from Tata Motors, Kinetic, BYD, TVS amongst others.

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Will Request FM To Reduce GST Rate On Hybrid Vehicles: Gadkari

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said that he will urge Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to bring down GST rate on hybrid vehicles and other automobiles that run on alternate fuels

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Auto Players To Discuss Electric Vehicle Policy With Government

Aiming to cut down fuel import cost and pollution level, power minister Piyush Goyal earlier said that a robust policy for the promotion of e-vehicles is in the pipeline

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Industry Stakeholders To Leverage On Govt’s Thrust On 35 MMLPs

The Multimodal Logistics Parks are turning out to be ideal platforms for industry stakeholders to leverage. The case in point is Transport Corporation of India Limited which has signed a Letter of Intent with the National Highways Authority of India for the development and furthering of ‘Multi-Modal Logistics Parks’

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VIP Culture -- Politicians, Bureaucrats And Their Hunger For Status Symbol

It may be highlighted that government land belonging to whichever government agency is public land, the priority for the development of which should be in the larger public interest, and not for the development of status symbols for politicians and bureaucrats

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Government Aims To Cut Petroleum Imports As It Boosts Alternative Fuel Use

India imported about 33 million tonnes of oil products over April 2016 to February 2017, up nearly 24 per cent from the same period a year ago

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Modi Government's Big Crackdown On VVIP Culture, Orders Ban On Red Beacons From May 1

Seeking to end VIP culture, the Union Cabinet on Wednesday decided that beacon light will be removed from all vehicles, including that of Prime Minister, from May 1.

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Aviation To Become Part Of Multi-modal Logistics Hubs: Gadkari

Aviation sector will now be a part of multi-modal logistics hubs in India to promote holistic logistics solutions, says union minister Nitin Gadkar

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Gadkari Promises More Roads Worth Rs 50,000 Crore To Jharkhand

Union Road Transport, Highways and Shipping Minister Nitin Gadkari on Thursday said that over the next couple of years Jharkhand will see investments of Rs 50,000 crore in the highways sector

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Tap Jharkhand Resources Via Industry To Make It Rich: Nitin Gadkari

Harnessing of its natural resources through industrial development will make Jharkhand a rich state with rich population, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Thursday

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