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July 2nd, 2007
The Union government today gave its clearance for a Rs 400-crore package for setting up of a cluster of premier technology institutes, including National Institute of Bio-technology for Agri-foods and Rs 150-crore National Institute for Nanotechnology in Punjab.
In addition, the Centre has agreed to upgrade the medical institute at Jalandhar to National Institute for Research in Health Sciences on the pattern of the country's only such centre at Chitra Trinamool with an annual funding of Rs 100 crore.
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