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Confusion over jurisdiction hampering beach cleaning in Betalbatim 23.2.2019 The Navhind Times
BETALBATIM: Much like the rest of Salcete, the two beaches in the jurisdiction of Betalbatim village panchayat are drawing many tourists but they are afflicted with issues of garbage despite the involvement of tourism department in the beach-cleaning activities. Speaking about the difficulty, village sarpanch Constacio Miranda said that there is confusion over the jurisdictions ...
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Wonders for Delhiites 23.2.2019 Life | The Asian Age
'Waste to Wonders Park' opens to public, may soon be used for film shoots.
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Delhi gets its own 'Wonders of the World' Park 22.2.2019 PTI: All news
Delhi gets its own 'Wonders of the World' Park
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Goalpara dist adopts green tech for rural roads construction 21.2.2019 The Assam Tribune
Goalpara dist adopts green tech for rural roads construction
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GST Intelligence raids 28 wood based units in Arunachal, detects evasion of GST 20.2.2019 The Shillong Times
GUWAHATI:  Sleuths of the Director General of GST Intelligence (DGGI) has conducted raid in 28 wood based industries in Arunachal Pradesh and seized many incriminating documents. The DGGI informed that wood-based industries were located at Pasighat, Mebo, Chowkham, Medo, Ruksin and Likabali. Large amount of incriminating documents regarding mis-declaration and non-payment of GST were seized […]
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Oil & gas prospects looking up: Technip 20.2.2019 Business | The Asian Age
According to Balvalli, the current major challenge the Modi government faces is to ensure internal energy security.
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Centre to launch direct Guwahati-Dhaka flight 19.2.2019 The Shillong Times
SHILLONG: The Centre will launch a direct flight between Guwahati and Dhaka from March. This was informed by Bangladesh Assistant High Commissioner to India, Shah Mohammad Tanvir Monsur during a workshop in the city on Monday. According to Monsur, connectivity is the thrust word towards establishing better relations between Bangladesh and the states in North […]
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Don’t Derail Garbage Collection 19.2.2019 Commentary – The Navhind Times
ADELMO FERNANDES, VASCO VARIOUS municipal bodies and panchayats in the state are laying stress on doo-to-door collection of garbage. The citizens have been advised to segregate the waste and hand it over to the garbage collectors. In this respect, in order to stop the people from depositing the garbage in the garbage bins, the bins ...
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MMC orders segregation of coconut husk, shells for use at crematorium 19.2.2019 The Navhind Times
NT NETWORK   MARGAO The chief officer of Margao Municipal Council (MMC)  Siddhivinayak Naik has ordered for the segregation of coconut husk and shells from the collected waste and so that it can be offered for use at crematorium. Speaking to the media in Margao, the chief officer explained that “a large quantity of coconut ...
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Cabinet gives consent for bringing Sanjivani under agriculture dept 19.2.2019 The Navhind Times
NT NETWORK   PANAJI The state cabinet, on Monday, gave its consent for bringing Sanjivani sugar factory under agriculture department from the co-operation department. Addressing the media after the cabinet meeting, Agriculture Minister Vijai Sardesai informed that there was a demand from the farmers that the Sanjivani sugar factory be brought under agriculture department, and ...
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Time Running Out To Make Goa ODF 19.2.2019 Editorial – The Navhind Times
After having missed several deadlines to make Goa open defecation free (ODF) the government has started the process for selection of contractors to undertake construction of over 60,000 bio-toilets. The Goa Waste Management Corporation changed the specifications seven times in four and a half months for bid for installation of bio-toilets. The huge delay could ...
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Cement, fruit shipments from Pakistan among 10 most hit imports after duty hike 18.2.2019 Business | The Asian Age
Total India-Pakistan trade has increased marginally to USD 2.41 billion in 2017-18 as against USD 2.27 billion in 2016-17.
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Calangute VP to install 200 kg composting unit on trial basis 18.2.2019 Goa News – The Navhind Times
CALANGUTE: Calangute panchayat will be installing a 200 kg composting unit on a trial basis at Naikawaddo to treat wet waste. Later on, the panchayat will install one tonne unit in every ward and the compost will be supplied to farmers free of cost. Sarpanch Shawn Martins said that as a means to tackle garbage in ...
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Working relentlessly 17.2.2019 Mumbai Age
Feeding India is now a part of the Zomato family also - Ankit Kawatra, founder, Feeding India.
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Shehri Samridhi Utsav 17.2.2019 The Assam Tribune
Shehri Samridhi Utsav
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Ants are like humans but more efficient 17.2.2019 The Shillong Times
By Maneka Sanjay Gandhi We are just so lucky that the 13,000 species of ants, discovered till now, are small. Even if they were the size of cats, they would be the rulers of the universe by now, would have discovered ways to reach Mars, and colonise the moon, would have solved any mathematical or […]
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PM Modi slams Pak, calls it a ‘synonymous’ of word terrorism 16.2.2019 Central Chronicle
Yavatmal (Maharashtra), Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday continued his attack on Pakistan for his complicity on the issue of terror and said the western neighbour is on the verge of bankruptcy and is now known all over as an ‘alternative name for terrorism’. “The other name of terrorism is Pakistan today,” Prime Minister said assuring […]
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Rs 10 crore to be spent on cleaning Mithi River 16.2.2019 Metros | The Asian Age
The 1.5km stretch of river will be cleaned by removing floating garbage.
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China closes Everest base camp in Tibet to tourists 16.2.2019 The Shillong Times
Beijing: China has closed the Mount Everest base camp in Tibet to tourists who don’t have climbing permits in order to deal with the mounting garbage problem at the site, officials say. The decision, officially announced last month, came to public attention in the past couple of days after reports claiming the base camp of […]
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'Dark' tourism is on the rise, cashing in on human misery 15.2.2019 Opinion | The Asian Age
It is well known that in India, which markets itself as "exotic India" in its pro-tourism commercials, tourists can take guided tours of large slums.
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