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CISF Central Training School to be established in Ranchi to cater to the training requirement in the state

The Jharkhand Government has officially permitted the establishment of CISF central training school in Jharkhand and has also provided enough land

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Ranchi, January 8, 2017: Jharkhand government has given the official permit for setting up a CISF central training school in Ranchi to cater to the training requirement of the huge number of units of the force located in the state.

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A central training school (CTS) has been scheduled to come up in Ranchi with Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das agreeing to provide a land of 100 acre following a request of Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), an official release informed, mentioned PTI report.

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A request has been made by CISF Director General G O P Singh to the state government of Jharkhand in his speech at the inaugural program of the forces’ Eastern Sector Headquarters and residential complex which was inaugurated by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh.According to the release, the Chief Minister has agreed to the request.

– prepared by Durba Mandal of NewsGram. Twitter: @dubumerang

 

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He will also lay the foundation stone of a pipeline to meet the needs of drinking water and irrigation in Palamu and Garhwa districts at a cost of Rs 1,138 crore

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When Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits Palamau in Jharkhand on January 5, one colour will not be permitted in any form: black.

The Palamau administration issued the ban order after leaders of the 80,000 para teachers on strike since November 15 demanding regularization of their service vowed to show black flags to Modi in Palamau.

“The government staff or common people cannot wear black socks,” an official said. “The ban also covers clothes, bags, shoes, purses and caps.”

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Modi is scheduled to arrive in Palamau at 10.30 a.m. to spend an hour in the district.

The Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone of the Mandal dam irrigation project, which was pending since 1972. The dam will be built at a cost of Rs 2,500 crore.

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He will also lay the foundation stone of a pipeline to meet the needs of drinking water and irrigation in Palamu and Garhwa districts at a cost of Rs 1,138 crore. (IANS)