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Delhi-Meerut, Eastern Peripheral Expressway inauguration: All you need to know 27.5.2018 India – The Indian Express
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PM Modi inaugurates Delhi-Meerut Expressway Phase 1 with roadshow 27.5.2018 The Asian Age | Home
PM Modi will also dedicate the Eastern Peripheral Expressway (EPE), built at a cost of Rs 11,000 crore, to the nation.
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Sterlite protests: Section 144 lifted; normalcy restored, says administration 27.5.2018 India News | Get Live Updates Of UP Polls, 2017 And Other Breaking News And Analysis On Politics And Current Affairs From India
The District Collector said that normalcy has been restored in the district and no act of violence has been reported from past 24 hours.
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The king’s guard: People who live in mango trees so they can protect the fruit 27.5.2018 The Navhind Times
  What is it like to spend all day in or under a mango tree, alone, in a foreign country many many miles from home? Every year, thousands of Nepalis flood the Konkan region of Maharashtra, home to the world-famous Alphonso mango, to earn a living, keeping monkeys, birds and thieves away Reetika Revathy Subramanian ...
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Rs 11,000 Cr Eastern Peripheral Expressway to be inaugurated by PM Modi today 27.5.2018 The Asian Age | Home
The 135-km EPE is India's first highway to be lit by solar power besides provisions of rain water harvesting.
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Good yield brings cheer to tribal farmers 27.5.2018 Hindu: Gadgets
The farm produce from Kolli Hills enjoy good demand round the year
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Residents go without water as tube well develops snag 27.5.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Ludhiana, May 26 Residents of Guru Gobind Singh Nagar on Barota Road in Ward No. 35 have got no water for almost two weeks, as the tube well in the area has developed a snag. MC officials, however, claimed that the water supply had been restored in most of the streets by Saturday afternoon. Residents said the tube well motor developed a snag, due to which they were suffering in this peak summer. A team of the MC has, however, been deployed to ensure proper water supply in the area. Residents are being supplied water through tankers. They claimed that they met Deputy Mayor Sarbjit Kaur, who is the councillor of the area. A resident of Barota Road said: “This tube well malfunctions quite often. The motor has been damaged, due to which there is a need to install a new one. We had a tough time due to the shortage of water. We appeal to the Mayor and Deputy Mayor to take necessary measures to find out a permanent solution.” Sub-Divisional Officer Arshdeep Singh said: “We have installed a ...
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Meet the CBSE Class XII topper: No tuitions and no fixed study hours 27.5.2018 Education – The Indian Express
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Two students rusticated for playing ‘urine’ mischief 27.5.2018 The Tribune
Two students rusticated for playing ‘urine’ mischief Our Correspondent Sundernagar, May 26 An online complaint has been lodged on the government portal by Manoj Kumar, a resident Chanol of village, Sundernagar, on Saturday, alleging that a Dalit girl was offered urine in a drinking water bottle by two students of Government Senior Secondary School, Taleli, Sundernagar. Both students were reportedly rusticated. The police visited the school and asked both parties to compromise. There was resentment among people of the area due to the lackadaisical approach of schools officials and the police. Principal Manbhawan Vij said the incident occurred six days ago when he was out of station. He denied that urine was put into a bottle and offered to the girl. The two students of Class X played a mischief and filled it with water from the harvesting tank, which was pale yellow in colour and put it into the bag of the girl. On seeing the pale yellow colour of the water, she mistook it to be urine and reported the ...
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Residents take out rally over river pollution 27.5.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Faridkot, May 26 To register their protest against the contamination of Beas and Sutlej rivers in the state and pushing the residents of the Malwa region to an “unprecedented drinking water crisis”, members of various social organisations, including farmers, students and doctors, took out a rally here on Saturday. Giving a wakeup call to think of rivers, the members of the social organisations said if no action was taken now, the legacy they handed over to the next generation would turn into a conflict and deprivation. “These rivers nurtured and nourished Punjab, a state that named after five rivers flowing here, for thousands of years. But these rivers are now being used a dumping ground for pollutants and industrial effluents. Now, the rising pollution level in these rivers has pushed residents to many dread diseases. Besides polluting our underground water, politically influential industrialists have polluted our surface water, leaving us with no alternative,” said Gurpreet Singh ...
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Housekeeping at the Taj 27.5.2018 India – The Indian Express
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Subjects, citizens and maharajas 27.5.2018 Hindu: Home
Thoothukudi tells us that we are still a deeply divided political unit, with varying access to basic democratic rights
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How copper came a cropper 27.5.2018 Hindu: Home
An industrial unit becomes the focal point of agitations in Thoothukudi against pollution. The May 22 agitation and firing on anti-Sterlite protesters will go down in Tamil Nadu’s history as one of the most violent incidents of people-government interface
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No anticipatory bail for man accused of sand mining 27.5.2018 Hindu: Home
The Bombay High Court has rejected the anticipatory bail of a man accused of sand mining in Dive creek.Following a tip-off on December 29 last year,
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Secret Ingredients for a Cool Summer 27.5.2018 Lifestyle – The Indian Express
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PM Modi to inaugurate Rs 110-bn Eastern Peripheral Expressway today 26.5.2018 Business Standard: News Now
There are 8 solar power plants on this expressway having a capacity of 4000-kilo watt (4 MW)
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Vembanad fish count records 117 species 26.5.2018 Hindu: National
Teams surveyed northern part of Vembanad Lake also this year
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Power tariff to aqua sector cut by half for one year 26.5.2018 Hindu: National
It is a priority sector: Naidu
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The menace that we carry 26.5.2018 Hindu: Home
‘Beat Plastic Pollution’ is the theme of this year’s World Environment Day (June 5). As India gets ready to play its role as the global host of this year’s observance, here is a look at the menace that we carry and throw around indiscriminately, endangering the lives of animals and adding to the massive load of non-biodegradable waste that the country and the State must manage every year.
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Plastic ban at what price? 26.5.2018 Hindu: Policy & Issues
What would happen if plastic carry bags are banned? Partial ban on plastic bags that several local bodies in the State implemented at various stages
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