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Plastic ban from today 16.4.2011 Deccan Herald: District
The plastics of all kind is banned in Kalasa, Hornadu, Idakini, Samse, Marasanige and Thotadur Gram Panchayat limits, informed Moodigere Tahsildar.He said, the plastic less than 40 microns thick has been banned across the nation. However, we have decided to ban all kind of plastic usage in Moodigere. On an experimental basis, the plastic has been banned now in Kalass hobli. The customers and the shop keepers who violate the rule will be penalised with Rs 200. The Gram Panchayats concerned can take necessary action, informed Tahsildar.Meanwhile, in the backdrop of concretising the road in the town, Tahsildar requested the localites to co-operate with the administration. The PWD has already marked five feet land on both the side of the road for concretisation. The shop keepers and the house owners must vacate the land by April 22. The road widening would help for the business transaction, so the public should co-operate, he requested.
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367 acre land earmarked for housing schemes: DC 16.4.2011 Deccan Herald: District
367 acre land earmarked for housing schemes: DC
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BPL's dividing line 15.4.2011 Down to Earth
Government undecided on criteria to identify families below poverty line Illustration: Karno Guhathakurta A survey by the Indian government in 2002 to determine households below poverty line (BPL) left out many poor families. Nearly a decade later, the Union Ministry of Rural Development (MORD) is trying to set the wrong right. But it is unable to decide on the criteria for identifying poor households. As a consequence, the BPL survey that was to begin in April this year has been rescheduled for June. Homepage Teaser:  Government not sure oh how to identify poor households. Reschedules BPL survey, Moyna reports
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Freeing bamboo from the state 15.4.2011 Down to Earth
A recent notification making bamboo a minor forest produce can only be the first step Ashish KothariThe Union Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) has written to states to include bamboo in the list of minor forest produce (MFP) and to take steps to facilitate its use, sale and management by communities. The letter, dated March 21, is addressed to all chief ministers. It acknowledges the provisions of the Forest Rights Act (FRA), giving communities the right to collect, use and dispose bamboo as an MFP.
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Jairam Ramesh's letter on POSCO sent to forest department: Naveen Patnaik 15.4.2011 DNA: Top News
Orissa chief minister said the environment minister's letter to the state putting on hold the forest clearance to the POSCO greenfield steel cum captive power plant will be sent to forest department for verification.
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Nagpur to be promoted as tiger capital: Jairam 15.4.2011 Hindu: Home
Union Minister of State for Environment and Forests Jairam Ramesh on Friday complimented Maharashtra on the increase in tiger population in the State. Nagpur will be promoted as the tiger capital...
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Tribals want tabs on Swami Rajneesh ashram 15.4.2011 New Kerala: World News
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Environmental groups oppose power project work under ‘police protection’ 15.4.2011 HimVani
Environmental groups oppose power project work under ‘police protection’
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Yavatmal ZP to start borewell contract process afresh 15.4.2011 TOI: All Headlines
Yavatmal ZP to start borewell contract process afresh
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Rejecting state report, Jairam presses pause on POSCO again 15.4.2011 Indian Express: Latest
Orissa: Govt said no forest-dwellers in area, Jairam says factor in village resolutions
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Two villages hold up country’s biggest FDI 14.4.2011 Hindustan Times: India
Two villages hold up country’s biggest FDI
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Virtusa support to govt schools 14.4.2011 New Kerala: Technology
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Maharashtra Assembly approves 50% quota for women in local bodies 14.4.2011 Hindu: States
The Maharashtra Assembly late on Wednesday unanimously approved 50 per cent reservation for women in local bodies. The government had promised reservation for women in elections to panchayat samit...
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Dr Ambedkar awards presented to 57 people 14.4.2011 New Kerala: World News
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NCP top bosses worried over infighting in Yavatmal dist 14.4.2011 TOI: All Headlines
NCP top bosses worried over infighting in Yavatmal dist
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Cong MLA to fight for ‘better implementation’ 14.4.2011 Indian Express: Ahmedabad
With officials concerned rejecting nearly 7,000 applications of the over 9,000 submitted by the tribals under the Forest Rights Act, Vansda Congress MLA Chhana Chaudhary has decided to fight for a better implementation of the Act
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Govt to distribute 1.5 cr saplings to farmers 14.4.2011 Deccan Herald: State
Govt to distribute 1.5 cr saplings to farmers
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Gujarat panchayat workers to get same pay as government staff 14.4.2011 New Kerala: World News
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Water crisis is a common problem during summers 13.4.2011 TOI: All Headlines
Water crisis is a common problem during summers
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This year’s annual plan of MP is quite different 13.4.2011 Central Chronicle
This year’s annual plan of MP is quite different
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