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For water plan, govt goes for 3D mapping of all villages 23.7.2019 India News | Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India - Times of India
The Centre is carrying out 3D aquifer mapping of every village which will help it take specific water conservation measures at micro level across the country, said Union Jal Shakti minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat. The deficit so identified will help the government to carry out its recharge plan where the treated grey water (all wastewater generated in households, except from toilets) can also be used.
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10 days Waree Leeba festival on "Mahabharata" concludes 22.7.2019 Manipur: E-Pao
10 days Waree Leeba festival on "Mahabharata" concludes
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India's monsoon rains below average in past week, raising crop worries 18.7.2019 Reuters: Money News
India's monsoon rains were 20% below average in the week ending on Wednesday, the weather office said, as summer showers turned patchy over the central, western and southern parts of the country, raising concerns over the progress of crop ...
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Agnelite family holds investiture ceremony 16.7.2019 Central Chronicle
Bhopal, Leaders are not born but are made by their experiences in life”. To inculcate the leadership qualities in students and to give them a feel of functioning of the administrative body, a school cabinet was formed. The morning of 12th July 2019 brought with it a lot of celebration and excitement for the Agnelite […]
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India's June vegetable oil imports up 6% - trade body 15.7.2019 Reuters: Money News
India's vegetable oil imports rose 6% in June from a year ago to 1.11 million tonnes, a leading trade body said on Monday.
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How One Rajasthan Village Still Has Water Even After A Long, Dry Summer 14.7.2019 NDTV News - Latest
The village of Laporiya, located 90 kilometres from Jaipur, has enough water even at the end of a long and dry summer. In fact, Laporiya's wells never run dry and fields have moisture, even in summer,...
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In drought-hit Delhi, the haves get limitless water, the poor fight for every drop 7.7.2019 Reuters: World News
In this teeming capital city of more than 20 million people, a worsening drought is amplifying the vast inequality between India's rich and poor.
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India forecasts GDP growth will edge up to 7% this year, sees fiscal challenges 4.7.2019 Reuters: Top News
India's government forecast on Thursday that economic growth could get back up to 7% percent this year, but cautioned it will face challenges keeping its fiscal deficit in check.
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India projects 2019/20 GDP growth to rise to 7% 4.7.2019 Reuters: Top News
India predicted on Thursday that economic growth in the current fiscal year could rise to 7.0% from the 6.8% for the year that ended March 31, which was the slowest pace in five years.
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Leopard Enters Medical College In Uttarakhand, Alert Sounded 30.6.2019 NDTV News - Top-stories
A leopard entered the Srinagar Government Medical College in Uttarakhand's Pauri district on Sunday, attacking a couple of persons and creating panic in the premises, an official said.
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Worker Drowns, 2 Missing After Being Swept Away In Drain In West Delhi 29.6.2019 NDTV News - Top-stories
A labourer died and two others were missing after being swept away while working on a project to construct a cemented wall over a 30-foot-deep drain in west Delhi's Khayala area, police said on...
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Monsoon covers most parts of cane, cotton, soybean fields in India 25.6.2019 Reuters: Money News
Monsoon rains have covered most parts of cane, cotton, and soybean fields in western India and some parts of rice-sowing areas in central and northern India, the country's weather office said on Tuesday.
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Death toll from acute encephalitis in Muzaffarpur rises to 129 children 23.6.2019 Reuters: Top News
At least 129 children have now died of Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) in Muzaffarpur town in Bihar since an outbreak earlier this month, a medical official said on Sunday.
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At least 14 dead, 50 injured after large tent collapses in India 23.6.2019 Reuters: Top News
At least 14 people were killed and 50 injured on Sunday when heavy rain and a thunderstorm caused a huge tent to collapse in the Barmer district of Rajasthan, a senior government official said.
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Hindu monks push government to help build temple on disputed site in Ayodhya 20.6.2019 Reuters: Top News
Hundreds of Hindu monks gathered under the banner of a group linked to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Hindu nationalist party on Thursday urged the government to help build a temple on a disputed religious site in Ayodhya.
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Woman Suspected Of Practicing ''Black Magic'' Killed, Three Arrested 16.6.2019 NDTV News - Top-stories
A 55-year-old woman was allegedly killed on the suspicion of practising black magic at a village in tribal-dominated Jashpur district of Chhattisgarh, the police said today.
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India doubles import quota for pulse imports: minister 11.6.2019 Reuters: Money News
India has decided to double the import quota for pigeon peas and sell some stocks on to the market to bolster the supply and prevent any shortages of the lentil, a staple in Indian cuisine, the food minister said on Tuesday.
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Mistrust hampers food industry's climate ambitions 11.6.2019 Reuters: World News
Mistrust of scientists and farmers is slowing adoption of technologies needed to fight climate change while feeding a growing world population, senior food industry figures said on Tuesday.
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India's 2018-19 grain output seen slightly lower: government 3.6.2019 Reuters: Money News
India's grains output is expected at 283.37 million tonnes in the crop year June 2019, marginally lower than a year earlier, a government statement said on Monday.
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Backstory: India's giant Modi wave - why we didn't see it coming 3.6.2019 Reuters: Top News
We didn't see it coming. The tsunami of support that propelled Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) into a second five-year term was a surprise to many of us reporting on the mammoth Indian general election.
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