Articles tagged under: Banaskantha
September 10, 2020
Gandhinagar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today while interacting with rural persons in Bihar via video conferencing hailed milk producer women of Gujarat associated with Banas dairy who did milk business of as high as Rs. one crore. The Prime Minister asked women in Bihar to go to the websites of Amul, Sabar, Banas dairies of Gujarat and take examples of such women. Banas Dairy Chairman Shankar Chaudhary thanked Prime Minister Modi for these kinds words.
Thanks a lot for the kind words PM S...Read More
July 26, 2020
Palanpur: Banas Dairy in North Gujarat today announced Rs. 1144 crore hike in payment to milk producers which comes to 16.66%.
Addressing the 52nd annual general meeting (AGM) of Banas Dairy, Chairman Shankar Chaudhary made this announcement.
In his presentation, Chaudhary shared the details that five years ago, Banas Dairy was producing 29.96 lakh liter milk, while today the figure has climbed to 59.76 lakh liter. Milk transportation cost has come down from 36 paise per liter to ...Read More
July 03, 2020
Palanpur: Bharatbhai Prajapati, a young mobile repairer from a small Raviyana village of Kankrej Taluka in Banaskantha district of North Gujarat has after hard-work of six months developed ATM machine for Panipuri. One needs to insert a currency note and select the choice of taste to get readymade panipuri on rolling tray. While eating Panipuri, one can listen to the music. The machine stores 100 Panipuris at one go. Bharatbhai is just 10th standard pass. His innovation is being admired by villa...Read More
June 08, 2020
Palanpur: Gujarat based voluntary organization VSSM has introduced 'water wheels' in a village of Banakantha district in attempt to ease the burden of pot (bedu) carried by women on their head.
Mittal Patel, member of Development and Welfare Board for Denotified Nomadic and Semi Nomadic Communities of Govt. of India and Founder - Trustee of VSSM said, such water wheels are used widely in African countries and they are very popular there. Some use has also been started in neighboring state R...Read More
March 16, 2020
Palanpur: Even after removal of check posts, police men continue to collect bribes on the highways. A video that has gone viral online has exposed this. In a video, a police constable Narnedrasinh who reportedly works in Vadgam police collects Rs. 300 as hafta.
February 24, 2020
Ahmedabad: The Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) of Gujarat police today nabbed red-handed 3 people including an engineer and a police personnel during two separate traps in Palanpur, the headquarter city of Banaskantha district in North Gujarat.
Assistant Director of the ACB DP Chudasma said that executive engineer in the irrigation supply department office in the Sinchai bhawan in Jorawar palace here, V T Chauhan was nabbed taking a bribe of Rs 15 thousand from a contractor for clearing hi...Read More
February 16, 2020
Palanpur: Chief Minister Vijaybhai Rupani today categorically stated that Gai, Ganga and Geeta (Cow, River Ganga, and Hindu Scripture ‘Geeta’) have significant importance in our culture. The state government is dedicated for all-round development of animal husbandry and dairy industries.
He was speaking at a function organized to lay the foundation stone for Milk Processing Plant of Banas Dairy, to be built with capacity of 30-lakh liters per day, at Sanadar in Diyodar tehsil of Banaskan...Read More
February 13, 2020
Palanpur: Chief Minister Rupani will on February 16 perform ground breaking for Banas Dairy's daily 30 lakh litre milk processing plant at Sanadar in Diyodar taluka of Banaskantha district in North Gujarat.
Union Dairy minister Sanjivkumar Baliyan will also remain present in this function.
The Chief Minister during his visit will dedicate a 100 hectare Krushi Mahavidyalay and hostel at Tharad set up by Dantiwada based Agriculture University at a cost of Rs. 32.5 crore. The function will ...Read More
January 21, 2020
Palanpur: The innumerous locusts that had entered at least 3 villages of Vav Taluka in Banaskantha district of Gujarat have now completely returned to Rajasthan due to wind pattern, District Agriculture Officer (DAO) P K Patel today said.
He said that the locusts swarmed towards Rajasthan, in the noon yesterday from where they had made repeat entry in Gujarat 3-4 days back.
'Now they have gone out of the boundries of Gujarat. They have now entered Rajasthan and might fu...Read More
January 20, 2020
Palanpur: The repeat locust attack in Banaskantha district of North Gujarat has so far affected only three bordering villages in Vav taluka even as strong possibility of their returning back to neighbouring Rajasthan and further in to Pakistan is there amid extensive control measures by the state and central government teams, District Agriculture Officer (DAO) P K Patel today said.
Patel said that Mavsari, Radha Nesda and Kundariya villages have been affected by recent locust attack...Read More
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