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Musi riverfront corporation to raise Rs 1500 crore loan 24.6.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Musi riverfront corporation to raise Rs 1500 crore loan
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Untreated waste polluting Gomti, treated one’s also below par: Report 24.6.2017 TOI: Lucknow Times
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₹ 1,500 cr to be raised for Musi river development 24.6.2017 Hindu: Home
The Government allocated ₹ 500 crore for the project in this year’s budget
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Hindustan Zinc to spend Rs 80 cr on sewage treatment plant 23.6.2017 DNA: Evolutions
Hindustan Zinc today said it will expand its sewage treatment capacity by setting up an additional plant at estimated cost of Rs 80 crore in Udaipur.
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Build, and then neglect 23.6.2017 Hindu: Leisure
On the sustainability of water and sanitation projects, with Herohalli lake as an example. By S. Vishwanath
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Rivers of poison 23.6.2017 HBL: Home
The unabated pollution of Nilgiris’ water bodies poses a grave risk to the region’s fragile ecosystem, its people and wildlife
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Shiromani Akali Dal accuse Navjot Singh Sidhu of making 'casteist slur' 22.6.2017 TOI: Chandigarh Times
Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), backed by Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), launched a frontal attack against Punjab local bodies minister Navjot Singh Sidhu in the Punjab assembly on Wednesday for using derogatory language against its Adampur MLA Pawan Kumar Tinu, which the latter took as a casteist slur.mark
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Go-green plan mooted for thirsty thermal power units 22.6.2017
Hyderabad: The country has seen an increase in the number of coal-based thermal power plants — one of the most environmentally damaging forms of power generation. In addition to the fly ash problem, these power plants also require large amounts of water, a scarce commodity in India. The Central government has estimated that thermal power plants generate about 950 billion units annually, which requires about 2800 million cubic metres (around 7700 MLD) of water. To generate one unit power, three litres of water are required. The power ministry has estimated that the requirement of water is likely to grow to 12000 MLD by the year 2026-27. Recently, the Telangana State government has allotted 6.5 TMC of water from the Krishna River every year for the 4000 MW Yadadri thermal power station proposed to be set up at Damaracherla in Nalgonda district. At the same time, for the 4000 MW power plant of the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) at Ramagundam, the government has allotted 60 cusecs of ...
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Corp rides on PCB order to make sewage and waste management mandatory for apartments 20.6.2017 TOI: Thiruvananthapuram
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13th-century water body in Delhi dying for lack of attention, sustained revival plan 20.6.2017 Downtoearth
Loss of catchments, dumping of waste, sewage discharge and lack of political will are some of the cited reasons behind the present state of Shamsi talaab
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Sewage management: Corp cracks the whip on builders 19.6.2017 TOI: Thiruvananthapuram
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In 10 years, Kerala Water Authority finishes 2 of 21 sewerage projects 19.6.2017
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state government’s decision, way back in 2007, to pick Kerala Water Authority as the implementing agency of sewerage projects in urban areas has backfired badly. Virtually none of the Rs 581.77 crore allocated for sewerage works under Kerala Sustainable urban Development Project has been completed even after a decade. Of the total contracted amount of Rs 999.14 crore under ‘Part A- Urban Infrastructure Improvement’ of the ADB-funded project, Rs 581.77 crore (58 per cent) was set apart for rehabilitating and expanding sewerage networks in four Municipal Corporations (Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam, Kochi and Kozhikode) and also for the construction of Sewage Treatment Plants (STP). Out of 21 sewerage contracts, only two contracts relating to the construction of STP at Muttathara (Thiruvananthapuram) at the cost of Rs 42.70 crore and land filling work for STP at Mundanveli, West Kochi, at the cost of Rs 2.87 crore were completed. In the other 12 sewerage contracts (including three ...
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Centre, states not on same page when it comes to water rule book 16.6.2017 TOI: India
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NGT allows registration of three diesel trucks for carrying petrol 15.6.2017 India – The Indian Express
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Kannur: Navy wives association plays local peacemaker 15.6.2017
Kannur: The Indian Naval Academy (INA) at Ezhimala and the civilian population in its neighbourhood are occasionally at loggerheads over many issues including the recent protest by locals over sewage treatment plant and land acquisition process. At the same time the INA also maintains a warm relation with the public outside its campus and one of the main reasons for this improvement in relations is the Naval Wives Welfare Association (NWWA) — an organisation working for the welfare of the naval staff families aiming at women empowerment. Through their community outreach programme ‘Sparsh’, the NWWA is catering to the need of underprivileged sections in the nearby areas and is supporting their empowerment to a great extent with the help of INA, naval base depot INS Zamorin and its hospital wing INHS Navjivani. The NWWA is supporting the Pratheeksha Buds Special School, Ramanthali and is also engaged in many campaigns including environmental protection efforts, health camps, etc in and around Ramanthali ...
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Mehbooba reviews work on Hazratbal project 15.6.2017 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Srinagar, June 13 Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today reviewed the progress on the Rs 42-crore ambitious Hazratbal Dargah development project at a meeting here. An official statement said the CM directed the officials of the Tourism Department, Wakf Board and the project executing agency to conduct a join inspection of the spots, preferably today, and remove the bottlenecks, if any, on the spot. The main components of the project include tensile structures for prayers during summer and rainy season, four-laning of the Dargah entrance, illumination of the shrine complex, ablution spots, dormitory for devotees from far-flung areas, re-designing of the Dargah market, Islamic Cultural Centre and an exclusive sewage treatment plant for the shrine complex. The project also envisages an unobstructed view of the Dal Lake from the shrine complex. The CM, who is also the chairperson of the Wakf Board, reviewed the progress on the beautification of the shrine of Hazrat Syed Ali Aali Balkhi (RA) ...
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NGT fines UPSIDC Rs 2 lakh a day for non-functioning sewage treatment plant 14.6.2017 India – The Indian Express
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NMMC plans to recycle treated sewage water 14.6.2017 Hindu: Cities
Tertiary plant proposed at Vashi
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Engineering solutions firm Pennar Industries wins contracts worth Rs 255 cr 13.6.2017 News
Specialised engineering steel solutions provider Pennar Industries today said it has won contracts worth Rs 255 crore across its business units. The orders include module mounting structures from Adani Power, Larsen & Toubro, Sterling & Wilson, Azure, Renew, Amplus and Asian Fabtech among others, Pennar Industries said in a statement. The company said its systems & projects unit has received "order for under frames from Integral Coach Factory and Modern Coach Factory". Pennar Engineered Building Systems received order from a cement company for its building at Dolvi besides contract from a paint company for its factory at Bellary. The other orders are from IKEA for its distribution centre at Hyderabad, Azure Power for its module structures at Kalwakurthy, Toyo engineering for fertilisers unit at Kota and Berger Paints for a warehouse near Kolkata. It also bagged Water Treatment Filters order from Doosan Hydro (USA) besides order for sewage treatment plant and water ...
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Pennar Industries bags orders worth Rs 255 cr 13.6.2017 HBL: Home
Engineering and special steel solutions provider Pennar Industries Ltd has announced it has secured several orders worth Rs 255 crore across its business units. These orders include supply of unde...
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