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Coastal cleanup drive held in Puducherry, Karaikal 16.9.2017 Hindu: Home
Locals too have a responsibility, says Narayanasamy
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Need to shift focus from FTA to trade 16.9.2017 New Kerala: Business India
New Delhi , Sep 16 : Recent visit by Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to India during which he declared that Free trade agreement between Australia and India may not be possible has created some amount of confusion.
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Need to shift focus from FTA to trade 16.9.2017 Sify Finance
[India], Sep 16 (ANI-NewsVoir): Recent visit by Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to India during which he declared that Free trade agreement between Australia and India may not be
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Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev: We have to say we are no longer a freebie generation. We want action. That’s why we must stand up and rally for rivers 16.9.2017 TOI: Hyderabad Times
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For a revolution in water management 13.9.2017 HBL: Home
Our institutions and theories are outdated, hence we peddle disastrously wrong solutions. An urgent change is needed
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Mumbai: a climate change alert again 1.9.2017 Deccan Herald - Opinion
On August 29, Mumbai was deluged by torrential rains, making it challenging for most people in India's largest city to reach their destinations. Chandigarh, that "urban planner's marvel", faced a similar situation a few days ago; Chennai suffered it in 2015; and every year, floods create havoc in the central and north-eastern states, wrecking cities, wiping away farmlands, causing loss of human lives and livestock. While the inability of our cities to deal with the rains and flooding is a failure of planning and administration, experts attribute unusually heavy rains and other abnormal weather events to climate change, highlighting the huge costs we must bear in order to mitigate its effects, or spend even more to adapt. India is growing at a phenomenal pace, impacting the environment in terms of climate change, a trend that will exacerbate with rapid urbanisation. The rural population contributes far less to carbon emissions than city dwellers. The impact will get pronounced when the economy makes a ...
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AIIB may pump in $1.5 billion in Indian projects 31.8.2017 ET: Infrastructure
India has been trying to attract investments for NIIF from several international institutional investors. The Indian government has committed Rs 20,000 crore to the NIIF.
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AIIB may invest over Rs 9000 crore in six India projects 31.8.2017 Latest News
India is founding member and the second-largest shareholder in the China-backed AIIB
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AIIB may pump in $1.5 bn in Indian projects 31.8.2017 All News-IANS Stories
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is mulling pumping in $1.5 billion (Rs 9,599 crore) in six new projects in India that includes Rs 1,279 crore in India's National Investment and Infrastructure Fund (NIIF), a top AIIB official has said.
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Dr. Kalam was a creative leader who walked an unexplored path of developmental policies: Vice President 31.8.2017 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Aug 30: The Vice President of India, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu has said that Dr. Kalam was a creative leader who walked an unexplored path of developmental policies. He was delivering the 2nd Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Memorial Lecture, here today.
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Dr. Kalam was a creative leader who walked an unexplored path of developmental policies: Vice President 30.8.2017 Govt of india: PIB
The Vice President of India, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu has said that Dr. Kalam was a creative leader who walked an unexplored path of developmental policies. He was delivering the 2nd Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Memorial Lecture, here today.
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Living lessons from the Narmada 26.8.2017 Hindu: Opinion
Some perspectives on the chequered life-story of the amazing struggle
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Only electric vehicles by 2030: Goyal 18.8.2017 Deccan Herald - District
Piyush Goyal, the Union Minister for Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy, and Mines, has blamed the state government for the shortage of electricity in Karnataka. He said the country was self-sufficient in coal and electricity. Speaking to journalists here on Friday, he said there would be no shortage of electricity if the state supported the Centre in extending the power transmission lines. "Hydroelectric power is suffering in Karnataka for the last three years due to failed monsoons. It is unfortunate that farmers irrigation pump sets in the state do not get eight hours of power supply for watering of crops. Karnataka can buy power from the Centre at Rs 3 per unit," he said. He continued: "Since the NDA came to power, we have increased the number of transmission lines in South India. We aim to increase it fivefold." Asserting that the country has enough coal supplies, Goyal said the Union government had sanctioned solar parks with a capacity of 2,000 MW to Karnataka. "Energy shortage shrunk in April ...
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Highlights of the Economic Survey 2016-17 Volume-2 12.8.2017 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Aug 11: Fiscal Developments - The fiscal outcome of the Central Government in 2016-17 was marked by strong growth in tax revenue, sustenance of the pace of capital spending and a consolidation of non-salary/pension revenue expenditure. This combination allowed the Government to contain the fiscal deficit to 3.5 per cent of GDP in 2016-17.
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Full text: Highlights of Economic Survey volume-2 11.8.2017 Business Standard: Economy & Policy
Part two of the Survey warned economic growth estimates for FY18 would be difficult to achieve
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Highlights of the Economic Survey 2016-17 Volume-2 11.8.2017 Govt of india: PIB
• The fiscal outcome of the Central Government in 2016-17 was marked by strong growth in tax revenue, sustenance of the pace of capital spending and a consolidation of non-salary/pension revenue expenditure. This combination allowed the Government to contain the fiscal deficit to 3.5 per cent of GDP in 2016-17.
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Tanks, check dams to regain its lost glory 3.8.2017 Hindu: Coimbatore
Now, Noyyal basin tanks can witness increase in storage capacity
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Losing in India 2.8.2017 FrontLine: The Nation
While the Chief Minister dreams about the heights that he hopes Jharkhand will achieve, the farmers who stand to lose their land to make way for industrial projects are worried. By AKSHAY DESHMANE
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Gujarat: Flood-like situation in parts of Saurashtra, 3 dead 22.7.2017 India Today| Must Read
The National Disaster Relief Force (NDRF) and the Indian Air Force (IAF) rescued several people from these areas and relocated them to safer locations.
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The building blocks 21.7.2017 India Today | February 13, 2012
Infrastructure, an oft ignored topic is the need of the hour. From healthcare to urban and rural planning, InfaConclave 2017 highlighted this and more.
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