User: indiatogether Topic: Environment
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Special students lend their voice to environmental conservation through art exhibition 18.4.2015 TOI: Cities
Stressing that caring for the environment is everybody’s prerogative irrespective of their physical and intellectual strengths and weaknesses, special students lent their voice to the three ‘Rs’ of environmental conservation-‘Reduce, Reuse and Recycle’ by contributing distinctive pieces of art prepared by them from recyclable material during an art and craft exhibition organized in the premises of Spring Dale Senior ...
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Message from ‘junk’ music 15.4.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Message from ‘junk’ music
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Message from ‘junk’ music 15.4.2015 Hindu: Cities

The musical instruments are as different as the sound they create. He rustles up a polythene bag to build a crescendo. The drumming on a paint canister complements the hollow-ish sound from the...

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India's secularism is strong, it will not shake: Modi 14.4.2015 New Kerala: India News
Read Full story of 'India's secularism is strong, it will not shake: Modi' at newkerala.com.
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Mayor takes part in Seoul conference 14.4.2015 Chandigarh News, Chandigarh City News | Cities News - Times of India
Municipal corporation mayor Poonam Sharma took part in the UNEP-WCCD meeting on "Indicators for Sustainable Cities" and UNEP-IIED meeting "Towards Resilient and Resource Efficient Cities" held during the ICLEI world conference, 2015, at Seoul, South Korea, from April 7 to ...
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India's secularism is strong, it will not shake: Modi 14.4.2015 Sify News
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In times of distress 4.4.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
In times of distress
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In times of distress 28.3.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
In times of distress
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In times of distress 27.3.2015 Hindu: Home
It is only through community action can we tackle water shortage.
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Oppn tables 16-point alternative budget 26.3.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Oppn tables 16-point alternative budget
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Vedanta recycles 34 million cubic metres of water by Jan 24.3.2015 New Kerala: India News
Read Full story of 'Vedanta recycles 34 million cubic metres of water by Jan' at newkerala.com.
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Sort it out 23.3.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Sort it out
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Sort it out 22.3.2015 Hindu: Metroplus
Separating and composting your household waste gets easier and easier as you go
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Simple and Attainable 27.2.2015 newindianexpress.com
Contrary to the popular belief, adopting green lifestyle is not an utopian idea. It is simple changes in our lifestyle that will lead to sustainable living, points out Seetha Anand
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Organic cotton textile park in Maharashtra 14.2.2015 News
To promote organic cotton cultivation in India, the government Maharashtra is setting up the first-of-its-kind specialty textile park in the state.
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Engg. students shine at STEPCONE-2k15 31.1.2015 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
GMR Vara Lakshmi Foundation Director (Education) B.S. Nagendra Parashar on Friday said that innovative thinking and sharing of knowledge would make students reach top position in their chosen field...
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A vegetarian feast 30.1.2015 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Popular among people of all ages, the 'Up Cycle Cafe' promotes the concept of reuse, reduce and recycle. The interiors of the place have been designed with various items that, as the name suggests, have been 'up-cycled'. Many items of everyday use are remodelled as pieces of art here. The furniture is made out of re-used pallet wood, which was originally used for making shipping containers. Scrap bicycle's tyres are used as a piece of art on the wooden panels; shelves are made of plumbing pipes and lampshades here are made out of inverted cane baskets. Says Deepa Amarnath, proprietor of 'Up Cycle Café', "There is no limit to creativity in this industry. There may be a few ideas that are well-received and a few that may not be. But the freedom of expression remains nevertheless. Besides creativity, the industry also gives ample scope to us to learn the technicalities of food processing, costing, pricing, people management and vendor management." The idea of 'Up Cycle Café' came from a team ...
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Trash talk: Better sorry than saaf 30.1.2015 TOI: India
Trash talk: Better sorry than saaf
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Swachhata Campaign at MVM, Irungattukottai 30.1.2015 newindianexpress.com
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As you sow, more you reap 22.1.2015 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Terrace gardening has caught the fancy of people in Bengaluru. It is a simple, effective step towards increasing our green cover, says Anitha Pailoor Safe food is the latest fad among city dwellers. And they have come to realise that terrace gardening is the key to it. A well-planned green space on the roof indirectly leads to a healthy lifestyle. A garden without chemicals is closer to nature and helps us sustain through the harsher consequences of climate change. How, you ask. Here's an example. "The temperature in our house is noticeably less than that of the outdoors," says Anusuya Sharma. Neighbours invariably spend a lot of time in her house during summer, to escape the harsh summer heat. One of the pioneers of terrace gardening in Bengaluru, 65-year-old Anusuya started growing plants on her terrace three decades ago, when the city still possessed vast expanses of open space. Over the years, she has developed one of the finest gardens in the city, with active support from her husband. Anusuya has ...
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