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Fish production at fish fair pegged at 90 thousand Kgs 21.10.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
Fish production at fish fair pegged at 90 thousand Kgs
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Fish production at fish fair pegged at 90 thousand Kgs 21.10.2017 Kangla Online
Fish production at fish fair pegged at 90 thousand Kgs
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Manual scavenging: Mayor denies charge 21.10.2017 Hindu: Cities
While a complaint was filed against reported manual scavenging in Bunder, Mayor Kavitha Sanil denied it and said that it was case of some workers repairing a damaged manhole.In a complaint to the Mang...
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Minister reviews Chhath preparations 21.10.2017 BusinessLine - People
Opposition BJP demands high-level meeting to ensure better arrangements
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An adventure tourism hub in the making 21.10.2017 Hindu: News
Facilities to be developed at Tatipudi reservoir at a cost of ₹ 4.3 crore
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Farmers want check dams across Palar 21.10.2017 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
They voice their concern over encroachments on waterbodies and canals across Vellore district
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Earthmovers used to load sand on to trucks 21.10.2017 Hindu: Mangalore
Union Ministry guidelines are being flouted: Villagers
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Pending projects leave city at risk 21.10.2017 Hindu: Chennai
Preparedness for northeast monsoon has been compromised by unfinished work
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Pollution killed 2.5mn in India: Lancet study 20.10.2017 DNA: Recent Columns
India has had most number of pollution-related deaths in the world in 2015, even more than the sub-Saharan countries, reveals the latest report published in the medical journal The Lancet. According to the report, 2.51 million premature deaths were reported in the country due to diseases linked to air, water and other forms of pollution. India accounted for about 28 per cent of an estimated 9 million pollution-linked deaths worldwide in 2015, the study found. It also topped the list of deaths linked to polluted air (1.81 million) and water (0.64 million). China, with 1.8 million pollution-linked deaths in 2015, followed India on The Lancet list. Most of these deaths were due to non-communicable diseases caused by pollution, such as heart disease, stroke, lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, according to The Lancet Commission on Pollution and Health's study. The pollution risk factors examined by the Commission were air pollution: household air pollution, and ambient fine particulate ...
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India tops world in pollution deaths in 2015 20.10.2017 Deccan Herald - TOP STORIES RSS FEEDS
Pollution killed 25 lakh Indians — the highest in the world — in 2015, of whom more than 18 lakh lives were snuffed out by foul air alone, a global panel of public health experts have said in their latest report.Most of these deaths were caused by heart disease, stroke, lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, triggered by pollution.Air pollution apart, water pollution killed nearly 6.46 lakh Indians.Other forms of pollution, including passive smoking and exposure to lead, resulted in the death of another 1.68 lakh people, according to the report published in the journal Lanc
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A flood of questions 20.10.2017 Hindu: Op-Ed
Several issues must be sorted out first before the ambitious river linking plan is taken up
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Officials indicate release of Vaigai water soon 20.10.2017 Hindu: News
Water position better compared to previous year: Collector
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Stray dog menace haunts coastal areas in district 20.10.2017 Hindu: News
Opening of Animal Birth Control centre to be delayed
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PM to launch several projects in Gujarat on Sunday 20.10.2017 Rediff: News
The prime minister had called ferry service his 'dream project' while addressing a gathering at Gandhinagar on Monday.
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PM Narendra Modi to visit Gujarat on October 22 to launch several projects 20.10.2017 Zee News : States
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit poll-bound Gujarat on October 22 for the third time this month, where he will inaugurate and lay foundation stones for a number of projects in Bhavnagar and Vadodara districts.
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PM Modi to visit poll-bound Gujarat on Sunday to launch a string of projects 20.10.2017 DNA: India
 Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit poll-bound Gujarat on October 22 for the third time this month, where he will inaugurate and lay foundation stones for a number of projects in Bhavnagar and Vadodara districts. Modi will inaugurate the first phase of the Rs 615 crore roll-on roll-off (ro-ro) ferry service between Ghogha in Bhavnagar district and Dahej in Bharuch in the Gulf of Cambay. The prime minister had called ferry service his "dream project" while addressing a gathering at Gandhinagar on Monday. He will address a gathering in Ghogha and undertake a journey to Dahej from Ghogha on the ferry. From Dahej, he will leave for Vadodara, where he is scheduled to inaugurate and lay the foundation stones for projects worth over Rs 1,140 crore. Ajay Bhadoo, Chief Executive Officer of Gujarat Maritime Board, which is executing the ro-ro project, said the first phase of the service to be inaugurated by Modi on Sunday is meant for passengers. In the second phase, which would be ready in two months, cars ...
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PM Modi to visit Gujarat on October 22 to inaugurate slew of projects 20.10.2017 Latest News
He will also address people at Navlakhi compound in Vadodara
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'Nirmal Ganga' a reality for Varanasi soon: Government 20.10.2017 All News-IANS Stories
With new sewage treatment plants coming up, the dream of Varanasi residents and visitors to have a 'Nirmal Ganga' (clean Ganga) will soon become a reality, the Water Resources Ministry said on Friday.
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Cleaning Ganga: Varanasi set to get new sewage treatment plants by March 20.10.2017 All Current Affairs Stories
These projects are at an advanced stage and will be commissioned before March 2018
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UNICEF says Rohingya kids in Bangladesh in dire state 20.10.2017 New Kerala: World News
Dhaka [Bangladesh], Oct. 20 : Nearly 340,000 Rohingya children are reportedly living in squalid conditions in refugee camps in Bangladesh, where they don't get enough food, clean water or healthcare.
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