In review meet, CM Yogi Adityanath directed District Magistrates & state officials to expedite work on the 6-lane expressway and complete it by given deadline. Chief Minister directed officials to ensure completion of earth work before onset of the rainy season.
UP to produce ‘healthy’ sulphur-free sugar: Sulphur is an additive used by manufacturers for the purpose of purifying sugar. Its production is eco-friendly and also enhances the soil fertility. It is also safer and healthier as compared to the conventional sugar.
General Bipin Rawat offered prayers at Gorakhnath temple while Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath accompanied him for a small tour of the temple premises.
The Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, a research institute of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has provided technical support in making these incense sticks.
Gorakhpur Sainik School buildings: The release added that officials apprised the Chief Minister that arrangements regarding multipurpose hall, auditorium, solar lighting system and CCTV, horticulture and organic farming, cowshed, meditation centre, shooting range, horse riding and swimming pool are being ensured in the construction of proposed Sainik School.
The proposal to designate Gorakhpur as Metropolitan City and Detailed Project Report (DPR) of Light Rail Transit Project was approved by the Yogi cabinet on Saturday.
Cycle sales soar in UP's Gorakhpur: A large section of people have adopted cycling as their favourite exercise as this not only keeps up their energy level but also gives an opportunity to move out of the house.
As per Sunil Gupta, the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) of Gorakhpur, a family in Gola block of the district informed the police on August 15 that two people who live close to their village abducted their 17-year-old daughter.
The train, which began from Maharashtra’s Vasai Road for Gorakhpur lost track overnight and instead reached Rourkela,
On the fourth and final day of the Chhhath Puja, devotees in different parts of India thronged river banks to offer 'Arghya' to the rising sun on Sunday