23 Oct 2018, Edition - 1197, Tuesday
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- SC admits Sabarimala petitions, pleas to be heard on November 13 at 3 PM
- Six women fail to enter Sabarimala temple, shrine shut till November 4
- Priest who was key witness in nun rape case found dead
- Supreme Court to take final call on pleas for banning crackers today
- Valley shuts down in protest, J&K police probe civilian killings
- 46 organisations in Assam have called for a 12-hour statewide bandh today against Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2016
- Paytm founder’s secretary, 2 more held for Rs 20 crore blackmail in Noida
Potential linked credit plan stand at Rs. 18,243 crore
Covai Post Network
February 26, 2018
COIMBATORE: The Potential Linked Credit Plan for the district for 2018-19 was released on Monday, which stood at Rs.18,243.16 crore, an eight per cent increase over the last year. The plan, prepared by NABARD was released by District Collector T.N. Hariharan at a function here.
Of the total outlay, 44 per cent has been earmarked for SME sector, 37 per cent for Agriculture and agro-based sector and remaining 19 per cent for other priority sectors.
NABARD Development officer Vasheekaran and Lead Bank Manager Kanagaraj were among those present.