We were asked few days back about “how are we (ADFs) coming out of our comfort zone in response to this crisis?”I didn’t have an answer to that.
March 24, 2020 will be marked in the annals of history as the day when the entire nation came to a standstill, owing to the lockdown announced by our Hon’ble Prime Minister.
Even during COVID lockdown, people had to go to the market to purchase items of daily necessity.
In light of the declaration of COVID-19 as pandemic by World Health Organization, the Govt. of India has notified it as a “Disaster”
Muzaffarpur district is located in the Tirhut region of the Indian state of Bihar. It is amongst the most populated districts in Bihar.
The purpose of this document is to inform the readers of the a few major activities that Bokaro Administration is involved in as a response to COVID-19
The outbreak of COVID-19 in late 2019 took the whole world by panic and fear as the disease. In less than three months
Under the Aspirational District Program, we (ADFs) have proposed a project for skill development and livelihood generation for the local people in Palamu
Malkangiri District Administration was doing regular works till the 10th March 2020 and I was on submission of proposals and getting updates from CSR agencies because of financial year ending.
The ongoing global outbreak of COVID19 has shaken mankind and no domain is untouched by the adverse impact of this worldwide crisis.
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