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2 Mormugao complexes asked to stop discharging waste water into storm drains 11.5.2020 The Navhind Times

Panaji: The Goa State Pollution Control Board (GSPCB) has issued directions under Air and Water Act to a housing society of multi-residential complex as well as commercial building  of M/s Umiya builder and developer in Mormugao over non-functioning of sewage treatment plants (STPs) and illegally discharging greyish waste water into storm drains carrying foul smell. …

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Pandemic turns soft drink market tepid in Goa 11.5.2020 B & C – The Navhind Times

Usually, the summer season in Goa sees rise in the demand for soft drinks. However this year’s summer is different due to the pandemic and there is hardly any sale of soft drinks, reports Bhiva P Parab Despite the summer season at its peak in Goa, the soft drinks and bottled mineral water sales has …

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NDMA issues guidelines for resuming industrial activities 11.5.2020 The Navhind Times

New Delhi: In the wake of the gas leak at a factory in Visakhapatnam, the National Disaster Management Authority has issued detailed guidelines for restarting industries after the lockdown and the precautions to be taken for the safety of the plants as well as the workers. In a communication to all states and Union territories, …

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After Vizag gas leak, NDMA issues guidelines for restarting industrial activities 10.5.2020 Business | The Asian Age
NDMA guidelines said while restarting a unit, first week should be considered as trial run period after ensuring all safety protocols
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CM inaugurates state’s biggest corona care centre at IIM Umsawli 8.5.2020 The Shillong Times
SHILLONG: Chief Minister Conrad Sangma on Thursday inaugurated the corona care centre at Indian Institute of Management (IIM) at Umsawli here, which is the biggest facility in the state with 258 separate rooms for effective isolation of suspected, negative-tested and positive-tested cases. The IIM was identified as a corona care centre in April. Several buildings ...
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Highway work again leads to water pipeline damage at Karaswada 8.5.2020 Goa News – The Navhind Times

NT NETWORK Mapusa Within a span of around 15 days, the main water pipeline of 350 mm, coming from Assonora water treatment plant, was ruptured again at Karaswada. The damage occurred due to ongoing work of the flyover being carried out as part of highway expansion project.  Besides the 350 mm pipeline, another two lines …

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Neighbouring cities deny entry to locals employed in Mumbai 7.5.2020 The Asian Age | Home
According to the civic officials, the Covid-19 cases in the neighbouring areas are on rise due to the infections coming from the BMC limits
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MOEF modifies definition of HTL to save khazan lands 7.5.2020 Goa News – The Navhind Times

Panaji: Following demand from different states for restricting demarcation of HTL in Khazan land up to the bund/sluice gate, Union Ministry of Environment Forest and Climate Change has included the low-lying areas influenced by tidal action under CRZ notification for mapping the high-tide line upto the line if the bund or the sluice gate exists prior …

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5,000 Goa industry workers held up in native border towns 7.5.2020 Goa News – The Navhind Times

Panaji: In the middle of a looming shortage of labour in the state on account of migrant worker exodus, the Goan industry on Wednesday said around 5,000 non-Goan workers, employed across industrial estates but residents of the neighbouring border towns, are eager to join work but unable to return due to travel restrictions. Pointing out …

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CM holds meet to discuss ways to protect church monuments in Old Goa 7.5.2020 Goa News – The Navhind Times

Panaji: Chief Minister Pramod Sawant convened a meeting of ASI, state officials and the Church representatives on Tuesday to discuss issues concerning monuments of Old Goa. Others present for the meeting included Chief Secretary Parimal Rai, Deputy Chief Minister Chandrakant (Babu) Kavlekar, PWD Minister Deepak Pauskar and St Andre MLA Francisco Silveira, Rector of the …

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6 major schemes to curb artificial flooding in Guwahati city 6.5.2020 The Assam Tribune
6 major schemes to curb artificial flooding in Guwahati city
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India takes advantage of low oil prices, stockpiles 32 million tonnes 5.5.2020 Business | The Asian Age
India, the world's third biggest oil importer, buys over 80% of its oil needs from overseas markets
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Standalone shops allowed to open in Jorhat district’s rural areas 1.5.2020 The Assam Tribune
Standalone shops allowed to open in Jorhat district’s rural areas
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Man electrocuted while cleaning swimming tank 1.5.2020 PTI: All news
Man electrocuted while cleaning swimming tank
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With hotels shut, no sewage discharge, river Sal shows signs of healing 1.5.2020 Goa News – The Navhind Times

Margao: With the ongoing lockdown, the lifeline of Salcete – the river Sal –is showing signs of revival bringing joy to the thousands of dependents living along the river bank even as villagers say that there is no need for dredging. It may be recalled that the state government had proposed dredging of river Sal from …

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Mapusa water woes worsened due to leakages: Joshua 1.5.2020 The Navhind Times

Mapusa: Stating that the quantity of water treated at the Assonora plant is inadequate as a result water supply is less for everyone including Mapusa, Mapusa MLA Joshua D’Souza said that the problem of leakages, which engineers are trying to rectify, has worsened the problem in Mapusa. D’Souza was interacting with media persons on the …

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Perennial summer water woes hit Bethoda 1.5.2020 The Navhind Times

Ponda: As the world battles against the COVID-19 pandemic, villagers of Bethoda are struggling for adequate water since the last 40 days and almost entire panchayat area is going through a water crisis situation with most taps in the village running dry for over a month. During a visit, villagers with the tap connections complained …

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Hamren town faces water crisis 30.4.2020 The Assam Tribune
Hamren town faces water crisis
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Sample collected from Lukha river 30.4.2020 The Shillong Times
SHILLONG: Following the mysterious discolouration of the Lukha river, a team was sent by the Meghalaya State Pollution Control Board to collect samples for testing. Speaking to The Shillong Times, an official said that a team has been sent for collection of sample of the river accompanied by the district administration of East Jaintia Hills. […]
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2 GMC water reservoirs in dilapidated condition 29.4.2020 The Assam Tribune
2 GMC water reservoirs in dilapidated condition
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