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10 May 2018 Current Events Trial run of Noida-Greater Noida Metro Aqua line on 10 km stretch begins

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has started its trial run of Noida-Greater Noida ‘Aqua’ Metro line on a 10 km stretch from Greater Noida’s Depot metro station to Noida’s sector 149 metro station on the 29.7km long metro track. The DMRC is yet to begin its trial as the work on laying cables is still under way on the remaining 19.7 km stretch between Sector 149 Metro station and Sector 71/51 Metro station.


Workers of a dyeing mill in Surat start their day with the National Anthem

About 2500 works in the biggest dyeing factory of Surat begin their day by singing National Anthem since 2016. They assemble in the central courtyard and arrange themselves in neat rows to sing the anthem. The owner of the factory stated "this routine has helped the workers to concentrate on their work and has increased the overall production of the mill.


Revision of the subsidy scheme by AAP government, electricity to be charged at Rs. 2 per unit till 400 units in Delhi


The AAP government has revised the subsidy scheme under which the electricity consumers using upto 400 units will be charged at Rs. 2/- per unit and usage upto 100 units will have a subsidy of Rs. 100 per month on fixed charges. This revision will benefit around 41 lakh registered connection holders in the national capital.


Trial run of Noida-Greater Noida Metro Aqua line on 10 km stretch begins

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has started its trial run of Noida-Greater Noida ‘Aqua’ Metro line on a 10 km stretch from Greater Noida’s Depot metro station to Noida’s sector 149 metro station on the 29.7km long metro track. The DMRC is yet to begin its trial as the work on laying cables is still under way on the remaining 19.7 km stretch between Sector 149 Metro station and Sector 71/51 Metro station.

Workers of a dyeing mill in Surat start their day with the National Anthem

About 2500 works in the biggest dyeing factory of Surat begin their day by singing National Anthem since 2016. They assemble in the central courtyard and arrange themselves in neat rows to sing the anthem. The owner of the factory stated "this routine has helped the workers to concentrate on their work and has increased the overall production of the mill.

Revision of the subsidy scheme by AAP government, electricity to be charged at Rs. 2 per unit till 400 units in Delhi

The AAP government has revised the subsidy scheme under which the electricity consumers using upto 400 units will be charged at Rs. 2/- per unit and usage upto 100 units will have a subsidy of Rs. 100 per month on fixed charges. This revision will benefit around 41 lakh registered connection holders in the national capital.




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