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List of Important Fund Allotments in 2016

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Welcome to Achiever’s Rule. Today we are going to share the latest “List of Important Fund Allotments” in 2016.

List of Important Fund Allotments

Allotted Fund
Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam, TTD
Rs. 188crore
For the development of Tirupati Town
Defence Minister
Rs. 5,507crore
One Rank One Pension (OROP) scheme

Haryana Government
Rs. 12crore
Kurukshetra Development board for the International Gita Mohotsav.
The Central Government and Asian Development Bank (ADB)
48million US dollar
To help Assam state for reliable power in the nation capital
12 billion dollar
Loan program for Egypt
India and Russia
Rs. 60,000crore
For Defence Service
Aditya Birla Group Chairman Kumar Mangalam Birla
Rs. 20,000crore
Invested for the state in sectors like retail, telecom and cement
Schneider Electric
Rs. 750crore
Invested for research and development, innovation and manufacturing in India
Rs. 200crore
Invested in Mumbai-based car leasing firm Xchange Leasing India
AEGON Life Plans
Rs. 200crore
In digital technology
The Cabinet Committee of Economic Affairs
Rs. 2871crore
For opening of one  Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV)
Central Vigilance Commission
Rs. 1crore
For the Public Sector Banks
Forex Reserves
367.14 billion dollar
Fir the core currency assets
Power Grid Corporation
Rs. 1,184.45crore
In power transmission projects across the India.
The Indian Railway Finance Corporation
Rs. 1,000-2,000crore
For an issue of rupee-denominated offshore or masala bonds.
Rs. 19,702crore
Has sanctioned loan for National Water Development Agency.
Rs. 60crore
ASPIRE fund to promote innovation, rural entrepreneurship and agri-industry.
World Bank
1billion dollar
Provide to Bangladesh over the next three years to fight malnutrition.
Andhra Pradesh Government
Rs. 49,845crore
Has set the Gross Value Addition (GVA) target for the Horticulture sector.
Prime Minister Norendra Modi
Rs. 200crore
To engage J&K youth in sports.
Road Transport and Highway Ministry
Rs. 4000crore
For the smooth flow of goods ahead of the implementation of the GST.
Tamil Nadu Government
Rs. 204crore
For ‘Thaaliku Thangam’ (Gold for Mangalsutra) scheme to benefit 12,500 women.
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