CCEA approves Rs 8,632 cr for AIDS control programme

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) Thursday approved budgetary support of Rs.8,632.77 crore for the National AIDS Control Programme (NACP) Phase-IV which seeks to provide comprehensive care and support to all HIV/AIDS affected people.

India approves plan to improve cancer care

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) Tuesday approved a scheme for strengthening tertiary care cancer facilities in India at a cost of Rs.4,697 crore, an official statement said.

Govt approves Rs 351-cr scheme on water conservation awareness

The government today approved a Rs 351 crore project to increase awareness among children, industrialists and farmers towards water conservation and improve the demand side management of available water resources.

Cabinet approves R&D in water sector

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) Wednesday said research and development programme will continue to find solutions to problems related to water resources.

CCEA clears implementation of nutrition project

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) today approved the implementation of the International Development Association (IDA)-assisted ICDS Systems Strengthening and Nutrition Improvement Project (ISSNIP) worth Rs 2,893 crore.

CCEA okays Rs 1,000 cr special package for J&K

The Centre Thursday approved a Rs
1,000 crore special package for imparting training to 8,000 youth annually in Jammu and Kashmir with the help of the corporate sector.

CCEA approves establishing National Clean Energy Fund

The government on Wednesday approved
setting up of a National Clean Energy Fund (NCEF), that would
invest in entrepreneurial ventures as research activities in
clean energy technologies.

Implementation of Centrally sponsored scheme on NHM: CCEA

The govt has approved implementation of the centrally-sponsored scheme under the National Horticulture Mission with an outlay of Rs 10,363.46cr.

CCEA clears NMDC stake sale: Virbhadra Singh

Steel Minister Virbhadra Singh
on Wednesday said that the government has given the nod for divesting an additional 8.38 per cent stake in iron ore producer NMDC, a move which may fetch the exchequer over Rs 13,500 crore.