The Government of India has agreed to clear and approve sanctions for road projects proposals worth Rs 413.29 crore located in six districts of Andhra Pradesh.

While there is a need to lay over 45,000 km of rural roads to provide all-weather connectivity to all the habitations having population of at least 250, the State Government has set an ambitious ta

Jammu: Expressing concern over poor implementation of the Pradhan Mantri Gramin Sadak Yojna (PMGSY), the Committee on Estimates (EC) of the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly today directed the

GANDERBAL, July 30: The residents of Malshahibagh village of Chief Minister’s constituency in district Ganderbal today held massive protest demonstrations, blaming the government for prolonged dela

JAIPUR: National Bank for Agricultural and Rural Development (NABARD) on Thursday sanctioned Rs 1355 crore for the construction of roads in rural parts of Rajasthan. The financial support is in the form of soft loans under NABARD's rural infrastructure development fund.

State government is aiming to connect all the villages with population of 250 to 500 with the tar roads. However, out of 2900 eligible villages under the scheme, NABARD will only fund for 1337 villages covering 4822 kilometers. Rest of the villages will be covered from the aid received from World Bank and Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY).

Ranchi, July 24: The Saranda villagers’ wish of getting piped water and toilets at their houses may actually get fulfilled.

New Delhi: The government’s push to give more accessibility to rural areas and improve old roads continues to gain strength.

Bhopal: Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan was felicitated at Kisan Mahapanchayat convened to make available loans to farmers of Madhya Pradesh at zero percent interest rate here today.

One day in October last year, the villagers of Wadia in Vadodara district close to the Maharashtra border saw light.

Minister for Rural Development and Culture K.C. Joseph told the Assembly on Monday that the dairy sector was witnessing qualitative change after the present government came to power.

Replying to the debate on the demands for grants for Dairy and Community Development, the Minister said the milk production had gone up by 30 per cent after the government increased milk prices. While the price was increased by Rs.5 a litre, Rs.4.20 was passed on to the farmers.