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Tự giới thiệu: Land allocated for new coal port could be set aside for new Bhopal-Ladakh highway, said Srikanth By ANI MULTAN: The BJP government in Delhi has set aside the space to build two new coal ports and proposed a new route for its railways, Union Minister for Railways Srikanth Tandon said here. While accepting the Prime Minister's Plan 2015, Mr Tandon said it would be put up for discussion at the Prime Minister's Office at 11 am on Thursday. Mr Tandon, who is the joint secretary on road transport and highways, said a proposal for a highway linking Mumbai to Ahmedabad, Delhi, Chennai, Surat and Jaipur was being discussed in the Prime Minister's Office and was likely to go up for debate at the next meeting of the Central Cabinet on April 24. "For the new road being constructed on the I-86 connecting the states of Gujarat, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, the area allotted has been reduced from 1.54 million sq km in 2009-10 to 1.19 million sq km with the option of giving priority for expansion to be given by either the Centre or the states. The area is also being developed towards the development of Mumbai port," he said. There will be an open bidding process for rail infrastructure in the city for transport ministry's proposed transport upgrade and development, he added. For the next few months, he said, the government is also seeking public comments on the expansion of the Mumbai airport. He said all the plans were in the interest of people as well as the nation as each proposed project will benefit the citizens. "In this regard, if a single highway were to be expanded at a time, people in the north of our country would want that highway and I know that it will give an important boost to Gujarat. I do not think any of us will be against any project, but in cases of highway projects, we should look at the whole picture," Mr Tandon said. He called for a clear vision on the road connectivity, connectivity and economic growth in the country and added that the Modi government is committed to ensure road connectivity, connectivity and economic growth. On the government's recent decision to ban electronic cigarettes in the nation, Mr Tandon said that a lot of people in the state of Gujarat had tried them and it had helped them to quit smoking. "I believe that the government is not going to go against the wishes of all our people. The government has always had a positive position on these products," the minister added. 바카라 Cattle farmer wins research scholarship Read more In recent months, the university has held public workshops on the use of non-genetic means to improve animal welfare. The university's academic advisors were at the centre of discussions, with the use of biochips a particular focus. BioliGard, the Swiss-based company that created BioGard, have said that they intended to develop non-genetic methods to reduce the impact of hormones and feedstock. In its report, the university said that they were planning to use non-genetic methods because it was "a cost-effective and feasible means of removing unnecessary genetic control of welfare of animals, which is often achieved via a proprietary technique" and because it was more reliable than using genetically engineered crops. According to the university, a large proportion of all animal tests that took place at the university over the past five years were performed using non-genetic methods. These included, for example, the testing of sheep and goats with the use of blood sampling rather than blood tests using cells as primary markers. Biological products are usually classified as animal and in the animal protection industry and research, it's a catch-all phrase to include any animal material. They include eggs, milk, foie gras, meat, eggs, honey, meat and milk products, leather goods, cheese, and in many cases, clothing. In March, animal groups, animal welfare organisations and politicians from a range of parties signed a petition calling on the university to scrap its ban on animal testing in the university's animal science department. The signatories included campaigners from the Royal Society of Edinburgh, the World Animal Protection Centre, Animal Welfare Alliance, the Humane Society and Friends of the Earth. At a meeting that took place in July, David Davis, the Conservative MP for West Somerset told the audience of animal welfare campaigners that he was confident that their demands would be met. "That meeting was a lot more helpful than that call by the university's vice-chancellor. As far as I'm concerned you are going to win," he said. The university is appealing against the government's ban. The court of appeal heard the case in September last year. 바카라사이트

Các kỹ năng khác: Land allocated for new coal port could be set aside for new Bhopal-Ladakh highway, said Srikanth By ANI MULTAN: The BJP government in Delhi has set aside the space to build two new coal ports and proposed a new route for its railways, Union Minister for Railways Srikanth Tandon said here. While accepting the Prime Minister's Plan 2015, Mr Tandon said it would be put up for discussion at the Prime Minister's Office at 11 am on Thursday. Mr Tandon, who is the joint secretary on road transport and highways, said a proposal for a highway linking Mumbai to Ahmedabad, Delhi, Chennai, Surat and Jaipur was being discussed in the Prime Minister's Office and was likely to go up for debate at the next meeting of the Central Cabinet on April 24. "For the new road being constructed on the I-86 connecting the states of Gujarat, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, the area allotted has been reduced from 1.54 million sq km in 2009-10 to 1.19 million sq km with the option of giving priority for expansion to be given by either the Centre or the states. The area is also being developed towards the development of Mumbai port," he said. There will be an open bidding process for rail infrastructure in the city for transport ministry's proposed transport upgrade and development, he added. For the next few months, he said, the government is also seeking public comments on the expansion of the Mumbai airport. He said all the plans were in the interest of people as well as the nation as each proposed project will benefit the citizens. "In this regard, if a single highway were to be expanded at a time, people in the north of our country would want that highway and I know that it will give an important boost to Gujarat. I do not think any of us will be against any project, but in cases of highway projects, we should look at the whole picture," Mr Tandon said. He called for a clear vision on the road connectivity, connectivity and economic growth in the country and added that the Modi government is committed to ensure road connectivity, connectivity and economic growth. On the government's recent decision to ban electronic cigarettes in the nation, Mr Tandon said that a lot of people in the state of Gujarat had tried them and it had helped them to quit smoking. "I believe that the government is not going to go against the wishes of all our people. The government has always had a positive position on these products," the minister added. 바카라 Cattle farmer wins research scholarship Read more In recent months, the university has held public workshops on the use of non-genetic means to improve animal welfare. The university's academic advisors were at the centre of discussions, with the use of biochips a particular focus. BioliGard, the Swiss-based company that created BioGard, have said that they intended to develop non-genetic methods to reduce the impact of hormones and feedstock. In its report, the university said that they were planning to use non-genetic methods because it was "a cost-effective and feasible means of removing unnecessary genetic control of welfare of animals, which is often achieved via a proprietary technique" and because it was more reliable than using genetically engineered crops. According to the university, a large proportion of all animal tests that took place at the university over the past five years were performed using non-genetic methods. These included, for example, the testing of sheep and goats with the use of blood sampling rather than blood tests using cells as primary markers. Biological products are usually classified as animal and in the animal protection industry and research, it's a catch-all phrase to include any animal material. They include eggs, milk, foie gras, meat, eggs, honey, meat and milk products, leather goods, cheese, and in many cases, clothing. In March, animal groups, animal welfare organisations and politicians from a range of parties signed a petition calling on the university to scrap its ban on animal testing in the university's animal science department. The signatories included campaigners from the Royal Society of Edinburgh, the World Animal Protection Centre, Animal Welfare Alliance, the Humane Society and Friends of the Earth. At a meeting that took place in July, David Davis, the Conservative MP for West Somerset told the audience of animal welfare campaigners that he was confident that their demands would be met. "That meeting was a lot more helpful than that call by the university's vice-chancellor. As far as I'm concerned you are going to win," he said. The university is appealing against the government's ban. The court of appeal heard the case in September last year. 바카라사이트