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The taste of Punjab 23.1.2020 Buzz – The Navhind Times
RAMANDEEP KAUR | NT BUZZ India is known for its varied cuisines. And while the specialities of each state cannot be replicated, a number of hotels and restaurants attempt to give their customers a taste of India’s regional cuisine. To give the locals and expats a feel of the rich culinary traditions of Punjab, Novotel …
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World’s oldest asteroid strike in western Australia might have triggered a global thaw 22.1.2020 Downtoearth
Models show that if the Yarrabubba asteroid hit an ice sheet 5 km thick, more than 200 billion tonne water vapour would be ejected 
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Put health on top of climate agenda 22.1.2020 Opinion | The Asian Age
Increased frequency of extreme weather events also contributes to the disease burden.
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Pandakudia slum shows 'smart city' Bhubaneswar has a long way to go 21.1.2020 Downtoearth
Informal settlements in Odisha capital lack toilets, running water & power; situation worsens during rains and natural disasters; women the worst off
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Daily Court Digest: Major environment orders (January 21, 2020) 21.1.2020 Downtoearth
Down To Earth brings you the top environmental cases heard in the Supreme Court, the high courts and the National Green Tribunal
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Antibiotic resistance: AMR among poultry, cattle a worry for Kenya 21.1.2020 Downtoearth
Health ministry draws up ways to prevent antibiotics residue from ending up in plate
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Pandukudia slum shows 'smart city' Bhubaneswar has a long way to go 21.1.2020 Downtoearth
Informal settlements in Odisha capital lack toilets, running water & power; situation worsens during rains and natural disasters; women the worst off
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Watershed development projects reviewed 21.1.2020 The Assam Tribune
Watershed development projects reviewed
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Hans lead in China's poverty alleviation projects 21.1.2020 Opinion | The Asian Age
In 2012, 98 million Chinese people still lived below the poverty line; a year later, 128,000 villages remained classified as impoverished.
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With onset of climate change, securing needs of people vital 21.1.2020 Opinion | The Asian Age
So far there is no indication that global temperature increase will be contained within one degree Celsius by 2050.
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River Talpona not in list of polluted rivers anymore 21.1.2020 Goa News – The Navhind Times
NT NETWORK Panaji The River Rejuvenation Committee (RRC-Goa) headed by Chief Secretary Parimal Rai has decided to delist River Talpona flowing in Canacona from its 11 polluted river stretches after over a year of study and serious pollution abatement intervention. Delisting is done when “all pollution abatement goals have been achieved” and “no further intervention …
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Mhadei water diversion will directly affect 3,600 farmers 21.1.2020 Goa News – The Navhind Times
Soiru Velip | NT Uste-Sattari The Mhadei river valley is one of the few surviving pockets that have rich biodiversity leading to prosperity in the villages situated along the river banks in Sattari taluka in North Goa. However, all this is at stake due to the constant attempts being made by the Karnataka government to …
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Study shows how Arctic sea ice loss accelerates permafrost thaw 20.1.2020 Downtoearth
Research finds that Arctic permafrost thawed in the past as well when there was no sea ice, leading to global temperature rise
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Budget 2020: Challenges Galore For FM 20.1.2020 Commentary – The Navhind Times
Ajit Ranade THE upcoming Union Budget presentation will be the first full-year budget in the Seventeenth Lok Sabha. The backdrop is a slowing economy, badly in need of a fiscal stimulus to revive growth. Growth has fallen to a seven-year low. In nominal rupee terms, the growth in the first half of this fiscal year …
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 20.1.2020 Commentary – The Navhind Times
Making Speed Breakers Easily Maneuverable   IT is encouraging to note that socially conscious citizens are coming forward to carry out the task where the authorities concerned have failed miserably. One such campaign is the #Rosto campaign led by Cecille Rodrigues. This campaign started by three citizens is all about going on a speed-breaker painting spree …
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Are you suffering from leaky gut? 20.1.2020 Mumbai Age
This digestive tract disease leads to a host of other health issues.
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A garden over your head 20.1.2020 Mumbai Age
Plant veggies on your roofs, and reap a basketful of benefits!
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Bushfire-hit Aus state braces for severe storms 20.1.2020 World News – The Navhind Times
Melbourne: Australian forecasters warned on Sunday of severe storms to hit the bushfire-hit state of Victoria, which could lead to flooding. The Bureau of Meteorology in Victoria issued severe thunderstorm warnings for parts of the state on Sunday, saying damaging winds and heavy rainfall were expected, the BBC reported. It said storms and widespread rainfall …
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Fear of stagflation: no need for knee-jerk reaction 20.1.2020 The Navhind Times
By DM Deshpande There is palpable anguish, well almost everywhere in the economy. First came the bad news that the nation’s economy is growing at the slowest pace in forty years! And worse, last week official data relating to retail inflation was released. At 7.35 per cent  it is the steepest rise not seen since …
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Maharashtra’s bordering beaches eat into Goa tourism pie 20.1.2020 The Navhind Times
To add to the problem of the decreasing tourist footfalls, beaches in the Goa- Maharashtra border are giving stiff competition to tourism in the state, finds out Bhiva P Parab The once lesser known and little-isolated bordering beaches in Maharashtra like the Shiroda beach which is more popularly known as the Paradise beach, Redi beach, …
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