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The planet can't stand this presidency 23.4.2017 Business Standard: News Now
Trump is in charge at a critical moment for keeping climate change in check. We may never recover
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In house of Murdoch, sons set about an elaborate overhaul 23.4.2017 Business Standard: News Now
James and Lachlan seem determined to rid company which their father built
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Aadhaar data leak in Jharkhand raises doubts, again: Here are the details 23.4.2017 Top Stories
Data were easily traceable till Saturday evening; the website was blocked later in the day
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Our economic reforms are getting a lot of popular support: FM Arun Jaitley 23.4.2017 Top Stories
Jaitley adds that under PM Modi, India has one of the most open economies in the world
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Awards, audiences draw more Marathi tomes to silver screen 23.4.2017 TOI: Pune Times
Earlier this month, when the National Film Awards were announced, Sandeep Bhalchandra Patildirected Dashkriya walked away with the Best Marathi Film honours.
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Mumbai Diary: Sunday Dossier 23.4.2017 national
Eva Svedling Lessons from Sweden As efforts to address the impact of climate change gain steam around the world, Eva Svedling, deputy minister of environment and climate change, Sweden, is en route island city. Come Tuesday, the minister will be meeting with CM Devendra Fadnavis and Chandrashekhar Bawankule to discuss a potential collaboration with Maharashtra on environment solutions and smart cities. As part of her visit, Svedling will be visiting the dumping grounds at Govandi, where she'll interact with people who have been instrumental in working on segregation of waste at source. She'll also visit the biogas plants installed at the Wellingkar Institute of Management, besides taking a ride on a Volvo hybrid city bus which is currently plying in Navi Mumbai. Sweden is one of the most climate change conscious countries, now it remains to be seen how the visit helps us take a green leap. May I have a moment? (From left) Composer Pandit Hridaynath Mangeshkar and bhajan maestro Anup Jalota seem to be ...
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Scientists leave labs, take to streets to defend research 23.4.2017 Free Press Journal: World
Washington : Thousands of scientists worldwide left their labs to take to the streets today along with
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March for Science draws big crowds across US 23.4.2017 The Tribune
Washington/San Francisco, April 23 Tens of thousands of people turned out in cities across the United States and beyond on Saturday for Earth Day events billed as a “celebration of science” to counter what organizers say is a growing disregard for evidence-based knowledge in Washington. In hundreds of “March for Science” events from Boston to Sydney, Australia, engineers, researchers and teachers took a break from the lab to apply their ingenuity to colorful protest placards. Demonstrators carried signs like “There Is No Planet B,” “No One Is Above Peer Review,” “Revenge of the Nerds” and “Make Science Great Again,” a play on U.S. President Donald Trump’s campaign promise to “Make America Great Again.” Other signs featured mathematical formulas in a display of geek humor. While the events were non-partisan according to organizers, many marchers were in effect protesting Trump’s proposal to sharply cut federal science and research budgets and his administration’s skepticism about climate change and the ...
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Save the Ganga, Sully the Ganga 23.4.2017 India – The Indian Express
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Pune-based Sarhad group travels back to 11th century to lean about Acharya Abhinavagupta 23.4.2017 sunday mid day
Sanjay Nahar of the Sarhad group with children hailing from conflict-ridden Kashmir and parts of the north-east India. He adopted them a decade ago with the intent of raising the seeds of peace in an inclusive environment. Pic/Madar Tannu If Maharashtra has to live up to the greatness in its prefix (Maha), the state needs to excel in its understanding of other Indian states, especially the border states of Jammu and Kashmir and Punjab, from where are traceable the most durable historic-cultural bonds and equally vibrant philosophical exchanges. One such historical connect has currently seized Pune-based Sanjay Nahar, the founder of the Sarhad non-governmental group working with crisis-affected people from three states (Kashmir, Punjab and Assam). Nahar has decided to travel back in time, to the 11th century, to appreciate and apply the teachings of Kashmiri polymath, philosopher, poet and dramatist Acharya Abhinavagupta (950-1016 AD) who spoke of universal harmony and inclusivity. “If Maharashtra seeks ...
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Dumping of wastes in Meghalaya river banned 23.4.2017 The Assam Tribune
Dumping of wastes in Meghalaya river banned
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World Earth Day observed in Manipur 23.4.2017 The Assam Tribune
World Earth Day observed in Manipur
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MMWO opens new branch 23.4.2017 ifp
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Flood-like situation grips Garo Hills 23.4.2017 The Assam Tribune
Flood-like situation grips Garo Hills
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Mumbai chefs share their daily morning dabba-making ritual 23.4.2017 life and style
'What do I pack in my child's dabba today?' is a daily worry for parents. It's no different even if you are an accomplished chef, dishing out gourmet eats at a city restaurant. They agree that the big challenge is to make the food appealing to the eye. Nutritional and fun is the formula to crack. We followed six chefs into their kitchen to see what they do to ensure the dabba doesn't come back empty. 'Keep dips and spreads handy' Rushina Munshaw Ghildiyal. Pics/Datta Kumbhar Rushina Munshaw Ghildiyal, founder, APB Cook Studio Packs dabba for: Aman, 15, Natasha, 9 Dabbas are the most elaborate morning ritual and it's complete organised chaos between 6.30 and 7.30 am. My daughter is fussy; she only likes simple finger food. So I give her grapes, cucumber sticks and carrot sticks, sometimes roasted cauliflower. I also do this pan-fried paneer with chat masala, and crumbed fried chicken where I use oats for the coating. You need to balance health and taste. They have both long and short breaks. The smaller ...
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NITI Aayog council meet: Modi to discuss 7-point development agenda today 23.4.2017 Latest News
The NITI Aayog has a 15-year vision document for a period up to 2030
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This doctor is out to heal the planet 23.4.2017 TOI: Chandigarh Times
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JSW Steel looks to increase capacity to 45 MT by 2030 23.4.2017 DNA: Wide Angle
Leading alloy-maker JSW Steel is planning to increase its manufacturing capacity to 40-45 million tonne by 2030 from the present 18 million tonne. "Today we have 18 mt installed capacity which is 15% of the national steel manufacturing capacity of 128 mt. If the country builds 300 mt capacity by 2030, we would like to plan accordingly to maintain our 15% share, which will be 40-45 mt," JSW Steel joint managing director & group CFO Seshagiri Rao told PTI. The national steel policy envisages to increase installed capacity to 300 mt by 2030 from the current 128 mt. "We have environmental clearances to increase the capacity at the Vijaynagar plant from 12 mt to 16 mt. At Dolvi, we have approvals to double the capacity to 10 mt. This means we have the approval to increase our capacity to 27 mt from the present 18 mt," Rao said. Claiming that his company has one of the lowest cost per tonne, Rao said, "to set up a greenfield steel project today it costs Rs 6,000-7,000 crore per million tonne. But we spend only ...
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Ash on the plate - Black on the menu 23.4.2017 TOI: Chennai
It's a drink as black as night. An ice cream just as dark and cold. Activated charcoal is making a slow but dramatic entry to menus of city restaurants, and while allopathic nutritionists are a little sceptical, herbalists swear by it.
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BC sarpanch turns to HC as MPTC member grabs her powers | Hyderabad News - Times of India 23.4.2017 TOI: All Headlines
BC sarpanch turns to HC as MPTC member grabs her powers | Hyderabad News - Times of India
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