User: khushpreet Topic: Sanitation
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LG V30+: It has more features than costlier flagships 17.12.2017 Rediff: GetAhead
Why the new LG smartphone is worth a try.
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DNA-OUT OF PRINT Short Fiction Content 2017 – 8th Runner-up 17.12.2017 DNA: Bangalore
DNA-OUT OF PRINT Short Fiction Content 2017 – 8th Runner-up
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DNA-OUT OF PRINT Short Fiction Content 2017 17.12.2017 DNA: Bangalore
DNA-OUT OF PRINT Short Fiction Content 2017
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Tension runs high between villagers of Senjam Chirang and Haraorok 17.12.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
Tension runs high between villagers of Senjam Chirang and Haraorok
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DNA-OUT OF PRINT Short Fiction Content 2017 - 1st Runner-up 17.12.2017 DNA: Bangalore
DNA-OUT OF PRINT Short Fiction Content 2017 - 1st Runner-up
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Washing facility remains closed 17.12.2017 Hindu: Cities
Sellur K. Raju inaugurated it four months ago
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Adrift and rudderless in Kanniyakumari 17.12.2017 Hindu: Chennai
The trail of devastation that Ockhi left in Kanniyakumari district has been unprecedented. While the district will take a while to get back to normalcy, it is the fishing community that seems to be the worst hit, losing near and dear and breadwinners, as well as the tools of its trade — the boats and the nets.
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Fisherman drowns asboat capsizes in sea 17.12.2017 Hindu: Cities
Due to rough weather on Friday night
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I can be addicted to anything: Robbie Williams 17.12.2017 Cinema-Showbiz
Singer Robbie Williams believes his sobriety is his greatest achievement and he accepts that he will always have addictive tenancies that he'll always have to live with.
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CM Vasundhara Raje visit saves threatened Shekhawati havelis 17.12.2017 DNA: Top News
Defending traditional facade of Shekhawati havelis will be a joint responsibility of the district administration, local bodies and police. The plight of these havelis being threatened by mischief of notorious elements and ignorance of civic authorities caught notice of chief minister Vasundhara Raje during her Jansamwad (public dialogue) at Fatehpur town of Sikar district on Saturday. The CM immediately issued orders to the Jaipur division commissioner and police range IG to ensure conservation of these traditional buildings that have gained global fame for their architecture. These buildings of Shekhawati stand evidence of the glorious history of the land, however, at Fatehpur town a few of these are in danger due to recent civic issue of water logging. Seepage has been damaging walls and weakening foundations of the havelis. The chief minister during the public dialogue ordered the district collector and local body officials to resolve the issue, while instructions were also made to principal ...
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Modi's Health(thy) policy aims to prevent diseases 17.12.2017 DNA: Mumbai
Union health minister JP Nadda said that Modi government’s health policy is focused on preventing diseases rather than on diseases.The health minister was speaking in ZEE Hindustan’s ‘Healthy Hindustan Conclave 2017’ in New Delhi on Saturday. Jagdish Chandra, CEO of Zee Hindustan was also present in the programme. Zee Hindustan felicitated many doctors for their excellent contribution in the programme. Nadda said that health is a serious field and everyone has a different viewpoint on health. According to him, Modi government launched a new health scheme in 2017, which concentrates on prevention than disease itself. He said that the first and second year of a child is very important from health perspective. The first two years decides his future and the government is working maximum on immune system of children. The union health minister said that the government believes that healthy children mean healthy nation and working in this direction. He said that fifth phase of ‘Mission Indradhanush’ is underway ...
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Budding artists showcase talent with a riot of colour 16.12.2017 Hindu: Home
As many as 480 students take part in The Hindu Young World painting contest
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The right start: healthcare in India 16.12.2017 Hindu: Home
We may lament about the poor state of health in India, but we must also realise that some things have improved. In 1980, only 85 out of every 100 children born would live to age five. Today, that num...
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Water released for rabi crops in Srikakulam 16.12.2017 BusinessLine - Indira Balaji
Historic occasion, says Collector; promises water to 5 lakh acres from next rabi
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Kinfra starts pipeline project amid protests 16.12.2017 Hindu: National
Govt to release 20 mld from Malampuzha for industrial use
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It's high time! 16.12.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
While travelling across India is quite a high by itself, in all our forays, we love trying out the local tipple whenever its been offered to us. Be it feni or urak in Goa, bhang during Holi, apong in Arunachal Pradesh during the Sollung Festival, kyad on a trek to a living root bridge in Meghalaya, chhang to combat the Ladakhi winter, raksi in Sikkim and Nepal, taadi and handia with tribals in Jharkhand or saraph (salfi) and mahua in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Odisha; we have happily imbibed Indian spirits in all its glorious forms wherever we have travelled… The history of intoxication in India is as old as its gods. Like the Greek ambrosia or nectar, Hindu texts mention amrit or soma, the divine elixir that gave Vedic gods immortality. Agni consumed it in copious quantities and Indra drank rivers of soma for strength to overcome Vrittra, the fearsome three-headed dragon. Soma, a Vedic Sanskrit word, literally "to distill, extract or sprinkle", is derived from the juice of the ...
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The two halves of Budapest 16.12.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
As the mighty Danube meanders majestically across Central Europe, an imposing city sitting on one of its bends reigns across its two banks. Buda, regally perched on a hill and crowned by an imperial castle, and the east bank Pest, its modern alter ego with pockets of history, together make up the city aptly named the queen of the Danube. Budapest is the perfect marriage of the Orient and the Occident. At the peak of winter, I discovered the past and the present of this great capital. Leaving my backpack at my host Laszlos flat, I started my visit at the iconic Halászbástya or Fishermans Bastion in Buda. Towering above the river and dominating the entire landscape, this landmark offers spectacular views of Pest. The jewel that stands out on the opposite bank is the Hungarian Parliament. This immense white Gothic-Revival-style edifice topped with a cupola was an impressive sight despite the evening haze. In the centre of this viewing platform is the green equestrian statue of ...
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Pilgrim flow via Pulmedu on the rise 16.12.2017 BusinessLine - Indira Balaji
More forest guards deployed to protect pilgrims from wild animals’ attack
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What Surat can teach other cities about public health 16.12.2017 Business Standard: Today
Once infamous for its filth and the plague outbreak, Surat has now become a leader in sanitation and public health
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Making up for lost time on Kaleshwaram work 16.12.2017 Hindu: Hyderabad
Additional men and machinery being deployed to lift 1 TMC ft water for SRSP
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