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Mhadei: Clarify by Christmas Day on Centre letter, demands MBA 6.12.2019 Video News – The Navhind Times
Christmas day is the deadline by the Mahdei Bachao Andolan to the government to clear its stand on withdrawal of the Centre’s letter to Karnataka on water distribution. The letter states that there is no need for an environment clearance for the Kalsa Badura project as it was about drinking water. Subash Velingkar, the former …
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In New York lab, scientists seek clues in centuries-old corals to climate shifts 6.12.2019 Science | The Asian Age
Much like trees, corals produce growth rings that record climatic conditions like seawater temperatures and rainfall as they grow.
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Much of ‘underground work’ remains to be completed: CCP Mayor 6.12.2019 Goa News – The Navhind Times
Panaji: The digging of the city roads seem to continue unabated, the deadlines for the same set by the Corporation of the City of Panaji notwithstanding, just as the City Mayor, Uday Madkaikar maintained that much of the underground works pertaining to the water supply, electricity and natural gas remains to be completed.   The City …
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Make parks and trenching grounds in every urban body 5.12.2019 Central Chronicle
Bhopal, Every urban body must have at least one park or urban forest, trenching ground and a good hall. To make the city dust free, paving blocks must be set on the side of the main road or pavements should be constructed. There should be at least 15 garbage vehicles in all the bodies. Urban […]
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City’s pollution issue discussed in Assembly 5.12.2019 The Assam Tribune
City’s pollution issue discussed in Assembly
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NIO identifies, maps 35 wetlands in state 5.12.2019 The Navhind Times
NTNETWORK Panaji The National Institute of Oceanography has so far identified and mapped 35 wetlands in the state which could qualify  for  conservation under the provisions of the Wetland (Conservation and Management) Rules. The NIO was roped in by the Goa State Wetland Authority to conduct a study on Goa’s water bodies. However, the agency …
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Bondvol lake on way to become wetland 5.12.2019 The Navhind Times
NT NETWORK Panaji The Goa State Wetland Authority has decided to declare as a wetland  the Bondvol lake in Santa Cruz village of Tiswadi taluka. The decision was taken at the sixth meeting of the GSWA, which was chaired by Environment Minister Nilesh Cabral, who is  also the chairman of the authority. The GSWA members …
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Mapusa water supply restored, but some residents cry foul 5.12.2019 The Navhind Times
NT NETWORK Mapusa The tap water supply to Mapusa that was disrupted for past few days was on Wednesday restored.  Around 14.5 MLD water was received which was distributed. However, many residents were not happy and complained that the supply was not sufficient. Various parts of Mapusa received regular tap water supply giving relief to …
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Khandu concerned over declining wetlands 5.12.2019 The Shillong Times
Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Wednesday expressed concern over decreasing area of wetlands of the state in the last ten years and stressed on the need for conservation of water resources through a comprehensive policy. Khandu, who chaired the second State Wetland Authority (SWA) meeting here, urged the environment and forest department’s […]
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Boat tragedy probe blames all and sundry 4.12.2019 Deccan Chronicle: Op Ed
The Sri Vasista Punnami Royal boat carrying 69 passengers and a crew of eight capsized on Sept-ember 15 near Katchaluru village.
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NGT pushes coastal states to stop marine pollution 4.12.2019 National News – The Navhind Times
New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal directed all coastal states and Union territories on Tuesday to submit action plan to the Central Pollution Control Board to prevent sewage and industrial effluents from being discharged in sea. The green panel directed that the relevant information be furnished to the CPCB within one month from Tuesday, failing …
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Bhopal still awaits toxic junk disposal 35 yrs after tragedy 4.12.2019 The Asian Age | Home
Test incineration of one metric ton of toxic waste from the plant site was conducted in Pithampur area in Indore district in 2015.
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Reis Magos-Portais waddo locals irked over buffer zone issue 4.12.2019 Goa News – The Navhind Times
Reis Magos: The residents of Portais waddo of Reis Magos have strongly objected to the marking of fifty metres buffer zone in the draft CZMP as there are old houses located in the said ‘zone’. The GCZMA had sent an official from the land survey to explain to the people regarding the CZMP as most …
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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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Mapusa’s water problem remains unresolved 4.12.2019 The Navhind Times
Mapusa: Water problem continues to ‘haunt’ the Mapusa residents – they are not receiving regular water supply. Taps go dry and the locals here are forced to rely on water tankers to meet their requirement of water. Despite of the several assurances in the past, the water problem is still continuing in Mapusa. After a …
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Tourists lost in Australia rescued; lived on vodka, biscuits for 2 weeks 3.12.2019 World News | Live Coverage And Latest Breaking International News From All Over The World
The third person, 46-year-old Claire Hockridge, has not been seen since splitting from Phu two days ago.
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Gas tragedy’s 35th anniv today; survivors to express anguish, anger 3.12.2019 Central Chronicle
Prayer meetings will be held, rallies to be taken out by several Gas NGOs Bhopal, Gas survivors and activists of gas NGOs expressed anguish over the neglect by the successive governments and renewed their vow to continue the fight for their rights on the eve of the tragedy. Nousheen Khan of Children Against Dow Carbide […]
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Gas Victims Fight For Justice 3.12.2019 Central Chronicle
Hundreds of survivors of the Bhopal gas disaster formed a human chain outside the Union Carbide Factory to express their dismay over denial of justice to them 35 years after the tragedy stuck Bhopal. The gas survivors resolved that they will continue to fight for their rights. The speakers on the occasion emphasized the inadequate […]
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Anti-CAB, anti-LSHEP protests rock North Lakhimpur 3.12.2019 The Assam Tribune
Anti-CAB, anti-LSHEP protests rock North Lakhimpur
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NGT asks authorities to ensure no illegal sand mining is carried out in UP's Shamli district 3.12.2019 PTI: All news
NGT asks authorities to ensure no illegal sand mining is carried out in UP's Shamli district
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