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Rathore dedicates newly constructed Gou-Shala 10.12.2019 Central Chronicle
Bhopal, The Minister for Commercial Taxes Brijendra Singh Rathore dedicated the first newly constructed Gou-Shala of Tikamgarh district, built at a cost of Rs. 27.72 lakh in Gram Panchayat Karmasan Hata today. One shed and fodder room for 100 healthy cows, one shed and fodder room for 100 sick cows, one shed for calves, water […]
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‘Short supply of raw water to Assonora plant cause of the problem’ 4.12.2019 The Navhind Times
Mapusa: Accepting that the water problem exists in Mapusa, the MLA Joshua D’Souza said that “the problem is caused due to the inadequate supply of raw water to the Assonora water treatment plant, and as a result the water supply is affected. Mapusa used to receive around 15MLD of water, but now, we are  receiving …
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Is tuna what India needs on its plate? 1.12.2019 The Shillong Times
By Maneka Sanjay Gandhi Yellow fin tuna products sold in the US are being recalled through an order by the Food and Drug Administration, because they can cause a type of food poisoning called scombroid fish poisoning. This happens when people eat fish that’s contaminated with high levels of histamine, a compound that causes allergy […]
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Modi-Abe cruise: MEA officials inspect MV Rudra Singha 30.11.2019 The Assam Tribune
Modi-Abe cruise: MEA officials inspect MV Rudra Singha
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CM asks Fishery dept to sustain quality quotient of water-bodies 29.11.2019 The Assam Tribune
CM asks Fishery dept to sustain quality quotient of water-bodies
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Moisture farming may provide additional freshwater source in foggy coastal areas 29.11.2019 Life | The Asian Age
Studies show that harvesting fog can provide fresh water in desert regions.
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JICA water pipeline bursts in Sanguem 29.11.2019 Goa News – The Navhind Times
Curchorem: Water supply to areas of Mormugao and Salcete talukas was affected on Thursday after a Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)-funded pipeline, supplying water from the Selaulim water treatment plant to the Shirvoi tank ruptured at Kotarlim in Sanguem. Executive engineer of public works department (PWD) Shrikant Gaonkar said that the pipeline ruptured around 5 …
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Desert beetles guide scientists in finding water harvesting solutions 28.11.2019 Science | The Asian Age
Biomimetic fog-gathering technologies based on Namib Desert beetles have been offered as a potential solution in foggy coastal areas
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‘Zero waste’ Ijtema aspiring to get into Guinness Book of World Records 25.11.2019 Central Chronicle
Bhopal, The 72nd International Islamic Congregation, IJtema being held in Bhopal is garnering attention this year because of its unique Swachhta pitch- a ‘Zero Waste’ event. A team of four people are documenting the event to get it into the Guinness Book of World Records. Organizers of the Ijtema have planned it in a manner […]
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Operation Clean-Up Phase 9 at Wah Umiew 25.11.2019 The Shillong Times
SHILLONG: The Operation Clean-Up team comprising teams Jiva, MakeSomeoneSmile, St Edmund’s batch of 79, Colonel Sishupal Security Company (CSSC), members of the Unitarian Church Smit, Meghalaya Basin Development volunteers and members of the Organising Committee, Shillong Times Platinum Jubilee converged at Wah (River) Umiew on Saturday. The Umiew which originates from Lum Shyllong (Shillong Peak) ...
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Bad air causing pneumonia-related children’s deaths 24.11.2019 Panorama – The Navhind Times
Owing to a huge population, India reported the second highest pneumonia-related child mortality 2018 in terms of absolute numbers Anonna Dutt Air pollution is the second biggest risk factor for child deaths from pneumonia in India after wasting, according to a new report released by UNICEF and the non-profit Save the Children. Pneumonia killed an …
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BJP, AAP leaders clash over Delhi's water quality in RS; Chairman gets angry 22.11.2019 India News | Get Live Updates Of UP Polls, 2017 And Other Breaking News And Analysis On Politics And Current Affairs From India
Naidu also said no member can bring pressure on the Deputy Chairman by their actions.
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BJP, AAP clash in Rajya Sabha over water quality in Delhi 22.11.2019 India News | Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India - Times of India
BJP and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) members clashed in Rajya Sabha on Friday over the quality of water being piped to households in the national capital, prompting an angry response from chairman M Venkaiah Naidu who asked members to maintain decorum. Trouble started when BJP's Vijay Goel was called to make his Zero Hour submission on the quality of water in Delhi.
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Posters questioning AAP govt over incidence of diarrhea, cholera appear in Delhi 21.11.2019 The Asian Age | Home
According to BIS report released by Ram Vilas Paswan on November 16, all water samples collected from Delhi failed a quality test.
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Dubai sees boom in salmon farming 19.11.2019 Life | The Asian Age
In the deserts of Dubai, salmon farming thrives.
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India calls upon Israel to innovate together for saving water 19.11.2019 World News – The Navhind Times
PTI Tel Aviv India has called upon Israel to “innovate together” to create a synergy for saving life and water to protect the planet, as it sought the country’s cooperation in dealing with water management issues. Addressing a packed auditorium during discussions around India-Israel Strategic Partnership on water, Gajendra Singh Shekhawat outlined India’s issues around …
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Sustainable Sanitation For All 19.11.2019 Commentary – The Navhind Times
GANAPATHI BHAT, AKOLA Any reference to clean drinking water and safe human excreta and sewage disposal is sanitation. Over six hundred million people practice open air defecation even today. Three years of one’s life are spent in toilets. More than four lakh diarrhoea-related deaths are directly attributed to poor and inadequate sanitation. Children are the …
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Unchecked use of antibiotics poses significant threat to freshwater ecosystem 15.11.2019 Life | The Asian Age
Experts warn that medicines pose global environmental risk.
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Unchecked use of antibiotics poses significant threat to freshwater ecosystem 15.11.2019
Washington: Residues from billions of doses of antibiotics, painkillers and antidepressants pose a significant risk to freshwater ecosystems and the global food chain, a new analysis said Thursday. There are growing fears that the unchecked use of antibiotics in both medicine and agriculture will have adverse effects on the environment and on human health. When animals and humans ingest medicines, up to 90 per cent of active ingredients are excreted back into the environment. Many medicines are simply discarded -- in the United States alone an estimated one-third of the four billion drugs prescribed each year end up as waste. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) compared data on concentrations of pharmaceutical residue in water samples worldwide as well as prescribing trends and water purification regulations in various countries. One study cited in its report estimates that 10 per cent of all pharmaceuticals are potentially harmful to the environment – including ...
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Let's stop polluted Uttarakhand from going the Delhi way 13.11.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The rising level of pollution is not limited to Delhi or NCR only, but is also engulfing the hill state of Uttarakhand.
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