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Belona sets example as first clean and green village 14.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
Belona sets example as first clean and green village
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The plastic menace 14.10.2019 The Shillong Times
Editor, Mamallapuram is a town on a strip of land between the Bay of Bengal and the Great Salt Lake in Tamil Nadu shot to fame with the summit between Modi and Jinping on October 11-12. It is known for its temples and monuments built by the Pallava dynasty in the 7th and 8th centuries. […]
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Ponda Sub District Hospital bags central govt award for hygiene 14.10.2019 The Navhind Times
Ponda: Though the Sub District Hospital in Ponda lacks several facilities for providing better medical aid to patients, the hospital has, however, proved to be the best in the state when it comes to hygiene and cleanliness by bagging the central government’s Kayakalp Award 2018-19. The hospital has bagged the award comprising a cash prize of Rs …
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Angry Saligao villagers stop 14 garbage trucks 14.10.2019 The Navhind Times
Mapusa: After voicing their opposition to the expansion of the garbage treatment plant (GTP) on Saturday, agitated Saligao villagers on Sunday stopped 14 loaded wet garbage trucks for not following the norms while transporting garbage. The villagers have threatened to continue with their protest and warned that open trucks and trucks not having the leachate …
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GHMC drivers join RTC duty to earn more money 14.10.2019
Hyderabad: The TSRTC strike has been tough on the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC). Drivers in its transportation wing were reluctant to attend duty as they prefer moonlighting at for private buses under RTC, which pay Rs 2,000 per eight-hour day. This dwarfs wages at the civic body. As a result, garbage pick-up from transfer stations has suffered the past three days. About 5,280 metric tonne (MT) of garbage is generated daily in the city. Of this, 2,510 MT is wet waste, 1952 MT is dry waste and the remaining 820 MT is other waste. The GHMC uses nearly 500 trucks, 2,500 Swachh auto-trolleys and over 18,000 workers for the collection and disposal of waste in its 30 circles.   In recent years, 176 vehicles were declared unfit and auctioned. The GHMC uses 234 hired 25-MT capacity garbage vehicles to shift garbage to the Jawaharnagar dumping yard. Highly-placed sources say about 50 per cent of the drivers have evaded duty the past three days. Private agencies which maintain hired vehicles ...
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Kavlem VP to crack down on transport offices lacking parking facility 14.10.2019 Goa News – The Navhind Times
Ponda: Considering the illegal parking of trucks besides the Dhavali bypass road, the Kavalem Village Panchayat has resolved to close down all transport offices without parking facility in the panchayat jurisdiction and to allow only transport offices with parking facility to operate henceforth. A resolution was taken on Sunday during the gram sabha, which was …
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Cong takes swipe at Modi plogging on beach at Mamallapuram calls it 'drama' 13.10.2019 The Asian Age | Home
On Saturday Modi was seen picking up plastic litter, water bottles and other waste from a beach during his morning walk.
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Was it a drama? TN Cong slams PM for plogging on beach at Mamallapuram 13.10.2019
Chennai: The Congress' Tamil Nadu unit on Sunday took a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi plogging on the beach at Mamallapuram on Saturday, wondering if it was a 'drama' since the entire area had been cleaned up earlier ahead of his visit here. On Sunday, TNCC President K S Alagiri welcomed the two leaders meeting at Mamallapuram and visiting UNESCO heritage sites, saying it reflected Tamil Nadu's pride. Referring to the three-minute video by Modi, Alagiri said the Prime Minister showed his keenness in the Swachch Bharat initiative by doing so. However, he pointed out that since Modi's visit was planned in advance, all sanitation work had been diligently carried out at the hotel zone where he stayed, even as the beach had been cleaned by conservancy staff using machines. "After (all) this, there is no chance of the area getting littered. Then how did suddenly waste emerge during his (morning) walk? If there indeed had been litter, doesn't it show the state ...
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Arunachal Guv fetes mountaineering institute team 13.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
Arunachal Guv fetes mountaineering institute team
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PM Modi goes ‘plogging’ on Mamallapuram beach 13.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
PM Modi goes ‘plogging’ on Mamallapuram beach
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PM Modi 's plogging wins praise and jibes 13.10.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The PM had said that while plogging is in use in foreign countries, in India Belvi had promoted it to a great extent.
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Narendra Modi's plogging wins praise and jibes 13.10.2019
CHENNAI: Amidst a hectic schedule with the visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, cleaned the shores of the Kovalam beach during his morning stroll on Saturday, in line with his pet Swachh Bharat project. As the video and his accompanying text urging people to keep their beaches clean went viral, praise for his concern for environment poured out from several people, including the Tamils who have been bombarded these past two days by the social media inundation of the #GoBackModi hate-campaign. After nearly five-hour long meeting with President Xi on Friday, Modi got up early as usual and apart from his routine of yoga and exercise, decided to take a stroll along the beach just behind his Fishermen"s Cove Hotel. Clad in black T-shirt, the PM walked along the sand, at times stepping into shallow water and sitting for a while on the rocks to admire the sun raising over the waves while rolling his acu-pressure wand between the palms--looking almost like a poet lost in his ...
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Villagers oppose expansion of Saligao waste treatment plant 13.10.2019 Goa News – The Navhind Times
NT NETWORK Mapusa Questioning the Minister for Garbage Management Michael Lobo whether he plans to turn Saligao into ‘Sonsoddo’ of North Goa, Saligao MLA Jayesh Salgaonkar said that the Saligao waste treatment plant is outdated like the approach of the minister. Salgaonkar was speaking at a public meeting held at Saligao which was attended by …
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Tender for waste converters will be floated after meet with MLAs: Lobo 13.10.2019 Goa News – The Navhind Times
NT NETWORK  Margao Assuring all help from the government to the Margao Municipal Council (MMC) in resolving the vexing garbage problem, Minister for Waste Management Michael Lobo on Saturday said that a meeting will be called at the South Goa Collectorate to discuss about plans to set up three organic waste converters that will be an arrangement till a new …
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PM Modi's 'plogging' on Mamallapuram beach 12.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
PM Modi's 'plogging' on Mamallapuram beach
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AIIMS Delhi wins top cleanliness award, bags Rs 3 crore 12.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
AIIMS Delhi wins top cleanliness award, bags Rs 3 crore
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Single-use plastic banned in Bongaigaon 12.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
Single-use plastic banned in Bongaigaon
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Private nursing home accused of dumping hospital waste in river 12.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
Private nursing home accused of dumping hospital waste in river
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More JH groups protest against Star Cement project 12.10.2019 The Shillong Times
SHILLONG: Voices of dissent are growing against the limestone and shale mining project proposed to be undertaken by Star Cement in East Jaintia Hills. The Khasi Students’ Union (KSU) Narpuh circle, the Jaintia Students’ Union (JSU) and the Sonapyrdi Tourism and Economic Development Society (STEDS) are up in arms against the move of the company. […]
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‘Single-use plastic ban is a temporary restriction’ 12.10.2019 The Navhind Times
Panaji: Indicating that the statewide ban imposed by the government on single-use plastic from October 2 is a temporary restriction to control generation of plastic waste in Goa,  Minister for Waste Management Michael Lobo on Friday said  the one-time (single-use) plastic is banned in the state for “certain period of time”, till people realise that …
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