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Crores spent, but no respite from artificial floods 22.5.2019 The Assam Tribune
Crores spent, but no respite from artificial floods
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With depleting reserves, Leh on brink of drinking water scarcity 22.5.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The department is supplying drinking water for two hours in the morning and two hours in the evenings.
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Delhi owes Haryana Rs 100 crore in water bills: Khattar 22.5.2019 PTI: All news
Delhi owes Haryana Rs 100 crore in water bills: Khattar
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Common chemicals increase risk of metabolic disorders 22.5.2019 The Shillong Times
Do you know that your everyday exposure to everyday harmful chemicals can land you into serious trouble? A recent study has found that people exposed to chemicals called Phthalates, increase the risk of metabolic disorders. The study was discussed in the meeting, ‘ECE 2019’. Researchers found a correlation between levels of phthalate exposure and markers […]
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Ribandar needs attention on development front 22.5.2019 Goa News – The Navhind Times
Ribandar: Ribandar or Rai Bunder, as Goans know, is also called as Raibondra. Rai Bunder means a small port which had witnessed busy days during Kadamba dynasty, Adil Shah’s rule and Portuguese regime. It was known as a sleepy village in the past but has the credit of producing famous footballers, artists, writers and painters. ...
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Living in accordance to Allah’s will 22.5.2019 Buzz – The Navhind Times
Danuska Da Gama Ramzan in Arabic translates to ‘extreme dryness and intolerable heat’. While the idea of fasting is to practice self restraint, a period of introspection, communal prayer (salat), charity and reading the Quran are symbolic during this time that begins and ends with appearance of the new moon. Muslims during this month fast ...
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Leftist Turns Ram Bhakt To Defeat Mamata 22.5.2019 Commentary – The Navhind Times
JAYANTA GHOSAL The biggest test for India’s largest democracy is going to end in the Lok Sabha elections. The whole country’s focus is on West Bengal elections in the last phase. One big question is: Will the number of BJP seats in West Bengal increase a lot? This question can only be judged from a ...
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MP tops in deaths due to drowning 21.5.2019 Central Chronicle
To create awareness, bike rally and Nukkad Natak organized Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, Bike rally and Nukkad Natak on drowning prevention awareness was organised by Mandar and No More foundation (MANS) in association with Rotary Club East Bhopal on Sunday. The bike rally covered seven water bodies along with some other prominent locations. Apart from this, a […]
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Centre’s Anti-Goa Move 21.5.2019 Editorial – The Navhind Times
Centre must drop its application in Mahadayi Tribunal favouring Karnataka Goa was shocked by the news that the Union ministry of water resources has sought nine clarifications from the Mahadayi Water Disputes Tribunal with regard to the award given by it on August 14 last year that assured Goa that the flow of water from ...
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Opa reservoir getting water from dams 21.5.2019 Goa News – The Navhind Times
Panaji: To maintain  the required water level in the Opa reservoir, the Water Resources department has begun pumping 150 MLD of water from two dams  and three mining pits. A senior  WRD official on Monday said the department has taken steps to channelise water from two dams and three mining pits into the Opa reservoir ...
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Expert suggests biotech solution to abate mining pollution 21.5.2019 National News – The Navhind Times
Bhubaneswar: Mining plays a significant role in the economic development of countries, but it also poses environmental threats, which, if not mitigated employing advanced technology, could lead to destruction of habitats, an expert has said. Odisha, with its vast resources, is one of the foremost mineral-rich states, where application of advanced biotechnology could abate pollution ...
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‘Even a drop of pollution in Ganga matter of concern’ 21.5.2019 National News – The Navhind Times
New Delhi: Even a drop of pollution in Ganga is a matter of concern and the attitude of all authorities should be stringent to protect the river, the National Green Tribunal has said while seeking concrete action plan on the issue. A bench headed by NGT chairperson Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel pulled up the National ...
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On visit to Oman, 6 of Maharashtra family swept away in flash floods 21.5.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The mishap occurred on Saturday when the family of Khairulla Khan was on a visit to Wadi Bani Khalid an official said.
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Even a of pollution in Ganga is matter of concern: NGT 21.5.2019 PTI: All news
Even a of pollution in Ganga is matter of concern: NGT
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Teenagers to hold rally on climate change in Shillong on May 24 20.5.2019 The Shillong Times
SHILLONG: As an initiative for raising climate change awareness, a rally by teenagers under the banner of Friday for Future, will be held on May 24. Speaking to reporters here on Monday, Joel Blah Kyndiah said, “It is all about youth to push for political action. Climate change is an issue but it is not significantly addressed.” […]
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Solar lights brighten up lives of Hajua Char Part-1 villagers 20.5.2019 The Assam Tribune
Solar lights brighten up lives of Hajua Char Part-1 villagers
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Land hurdle cleared for laying pipes for GSWSS 20.5.2019 The Shillong Times
SHILLONG: In a relief to the Public Health Engineering (PHE) department, Minister Samlin Malngiang informed that the land owner at Lad Mawreng has agreed to the laying of pipelines for the Greater Shillong Water Supply Scheme (GSWSS – III) which is around 80 meters. The department had encountered a problem as some individuals did not […]
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Low water levels in rivers a concern for Sattari farmers 20.5.2019 The Navhind Times
Valpoi: A vast area in Sattari still does not have access to potable water in summer.  Women in some villages have to walk kilometres to bring home a few pots of drinking water. There are areas in Valpoi town where families depend on water supplied by tankers. So, if there is scarcity of drinking water in ...
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Meeting of Guwahati Senior Citizens’ Association held 19.5.2019 The Assam Tribune
Meeting of Guwahati Senior Citizens’ Association held
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State farmers may now sell power to APDCL 19.5.2019 The Assam Tribune
State farmers may now sell power to APDCL
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