Govt to frame worker-centric policies, create jobs: Himachal Governor

Dharamsala: Reiterating the government’s commitment to formulate worker-centric policies and create employment opportunities, Himachal Pradesh Governor Rajendra Vishwanath Arlekar on Thursday informed the assembly that the government is always willing to look into the genuine grievances and demands of workers. At the same time, the governor warned that there will be no compromise on efficiency … Read more

Increase access to food to expand behind federal funds; The non-profit will use $413K to build a new barn

Published: 1/3/2023 8:22:25 PM Updated: 1/3/2023 8:21:36 PM NORTHAMPTON – Federal funding for $413,000 will help Food Grow Northampton, a nonprofit organization focused on sustainable agriculture and food justice, to build a barn, add new farms and provide additional community gardens on a 121-acre parcel in Florence. “(The barn) serves all the farmers on the … Read more

Charlestown residents are running to replace Philippi in the 36th House District.

When voters in southwestern Rhode Island go to the polls on Nov. 8, they will have to decide whether to fill the vacant seat in the 36th House District with a Democrat with disabilities or a Republican who served on the Burrillville City Council before moving to Charlestown. The election will feature a redistricting that … Read more

Smith Vock gave a $2 million gift to advance animal science

NORTHAMPTON – Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School has received a $2 million state grant to expand one of its most popular programs, animal science. And if all goes according to plan, the school expects to expand its current enrollment of 570 students by 25%, said Principal Joseph Bianca. “The grant is definitely going to … Read more

When India increases its import of walnuts, Kashmir’s historical market is feared to be closed

Ghulam Rasool Kakro, 64, a nut trader at Uri’s Lagama market in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district, was busy packing the nuts with his four workers for shipment to Delhi in the evening. “We have to load boxes of kernels on trucks at 8 p.m.,” Kakro told the workers, pointing out how to separate the clean … Read more

Kashmiris do not have any safety equipment, so they risk their lives to grab walnuts

In the year On October 16, 2019, Parvaiz Ahmed Dedar, a resident of Garkote village in North Kashmir’s Baramulla district, fell from a tree while plucking tree nuts in Nilsar area of ​​Tangmarg and sustained severe injuries to his left leg. “I was immediately shifted to a local hospital in Tangmarg and then shifted to … Read more

NOTICE 9/20 COUNCIL MEETING: Calling the WNBA team for Oakland,…

Date Posted: September 19, 2022 @ 11:52 amLast Updated: September 19, 2022 @ 12:12 pm hello neighbor On September 20, 2022, at 1:30 p.m., Auckland City Council will hold its first council meeting back from summer break. I’m ready to continue: Bring economic opportunity and revitalize the Oakland Coliseum by calling on the Women’s National … Read more

The government is about to announce a new policy to protect prime horticultural land.

Urban development near growing fields around Pukekohe in 2017. Photo / Jason Oxenham. The government is expected to announce new measures later this week to help protect some of the country’s productive land from urban sprawl. And according to market gardeners in Pukekohe, it’s an important step to help save the city’s food bowl, even … Read more

On the campaign trail; Brad Pitt visited River Falls to target young voters

Brad Pfaff, Democratic candidate for the 3rd Congressional District, visited the University of Wisconsin-River Falls on September 6. Goal: Talk to students about the upcoming election. Pfaff made clear his campaign goals to gain support for the upcoming election; Targeting young voters. “We have seven four-year University of Wisconsin campuses in the district,” Pfaff said. … Read more

Shahi Bhagat Singh Hariyali Lehar: Punjab government to convert 10 percent forest area into orchards

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab government will convert 10 percent of the forest land under Shaheed-i-Azam Sardar Bhagat Singh Hariyali Lehar to orchards launched by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann. Horticulture and Fruits Minister Fauja Singh Sarari said that as part of the anti-graft drive launched by the Punjab government, officials have been directed to plant large number … Read more