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DRIP has picked up substantial pace: Government 12.2.2016 ET: Infrastructure
DRIP, a project which targets rehabilitation of 225 dams across the country, has "picked up substantial pace", the government said.
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Review of Progress of Dam Rehabilitation and Improvement Project (DRIP)

12.2.2016 Govt of india: PIB
Review of progress of Dam Rehabilitation and Improvement Project (DRIP) was done by Shri Shashi Shekhar, Secretary, MoWR, RD & GR on 10th February, 2016. The project has picked up substantial pace after a slow start
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Private participation may give BDA flats a posh look 10.2.2016 deccanherald.com
If all goes well, flats to be built by the Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) could turn out to be fashionable, posh and stylish. A few private investors have shown interest in constructing flats of the BDA, at Allur and Kommaghatta. The BDA had tabled these two budget housing projects at the Invest Karnataka-2016 summit held in the City recently. BDA Commissioner T Sham Bhatt said that a few Indian building companies had shown interest in the project. They had inquired about the site and project details, including the sharing pattern. Some of them also visited the sites on February 5 and 6. "We are awaiting a response from them. Once we get the feedback, things will fall in place," Bhatt said. The BDA officials, however, did not name any builder, stating that the proposal was still in the nascent stage. According to the Invest Karnataka website, the BDA had listed its affordable housing projects at Thanisandra and Byrathikane, each costing Rs 150 crore, to be built under the public-private ...
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Abandoned children from Karnataka, Maharashtra ending up on T streets 9.2.2016 TOI: Hyderabad Times
Missing and orphaned kids from neighbouring Karnataka and Maharashtra states are landing up in Ranga Reddy as child labourers or are being forced to beg on the streets, the police have ...
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Six dams chosen for improvement programme 8.2.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Six dams chosen for improvement programme
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‘Take steps to abolish manual scavenging’ 4.2.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘Take steps to abolish manual scavenging’
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Babri demolition: Hindu Mahasabha to file case against Advani for “razing temple” 4.2.2016 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
Over 23 years after the demolition of the Babri Mosque in Ayodhya, the Akhil Bhartiya Mahasabha has announced that they are all set to take legal action against BJP patriarch and former deputy Prime Minister LK ...
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Committee plans protest against CPT 4.2.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Committee plans protest against CPT
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‘Ricky’ shows the perils of land acquisition 3.2.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘Ricky’ shows the perils of land acquisition
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Traffic police announce drive to evict transgenders 1.2.2016 Hindu: Cities
A tweet by a senior police officer announcing a “drive” to evict transgenders from traffic junctions after February 5 has stirred up a storm.Responding to a discussion Twitter about citizens being tro...
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East Bengalis' refugee camps wait to become Adarsh Gram 31.1.2016 TOI: Bangalore Times
There's an East Bengal trail that ends in the dry and hot district of Raichur in northwest ...
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Refugee camps to Adarsh Gram: Tales from an East Bengal trail 30.1.2016 Bangalore News, Bangalore City News | Cities News - Times of India
There’s an East Bengal trail that ends in the dry and hot district of Raichur in North-West Karnataka. It’s no secret this “Little Bangladesh” as some locals call the settlements--mostly in huts granted in four camps when they migrated 45 years ago-- it’s a growing ...
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Smart city list 29.1.2016 Latest News
Three MP cities make the cut; UP, Bihar, West Bengal left out
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Centre asks states to check Devadasi system 24.1.2016 deccanherald.com
Describing Devadasi system as one of the most heinous practices against women, the Centre has told the Supreme Court that it has asked all states to ensure implementing laws strictly and identify victims in order to rehabilitate them. "Though it was abolished long back by passing various enactments by different state governments, reports reveal that Devadasi system still persists. The practice is absolutely inhuman and against the dignity of women," the Ministry of Home Affairs said in its advisory to the state governments. Stressing the need for completely abolishing the malice in both letter and spirit, the government told the apex court that the state and Union territories administration need to take a proactive role in this regard as the police and public order and rehabilitation of such victims fell in their domain. The governments response came in the form of an affidavit filed following a notice by the apex court while hearing a PIL. Kerala-based NGO S L Foundation filed a petition that contended ...
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‘During rehabilitation process take beneficiaries into confidence’ 23.1.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘During rehabilitation process take beneficiaries into confidence’
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Tribal forum seeks rehabilitation measures in State Budget 23.1.2016 Hindu: Karnataka
‘Government is duty-bound to implement recommendations of Muzaffar Assadi report on Nagarahole tribals’
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GIM: toilets will be among projects on offer 19.1.2016 Hindu: Bangalore
It is among the projects that will be showcased at the Global Investors’ Meet in February
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Nation-wide rally stresses complete eradication of manual scavenging 18.1.2016 Hindu: National
A nation-wide rally to eradicate manual scavenging was flagged off in Kanyakumari on Sunday.The 125-day rally was organised by the Safai Karamchari Andolan (SKA) and flagged off by its national conven...
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Current Affairs 31st December 2015 17.1.2016 Sify Finance
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23 war veterans get marathon ready 17.1.2016 Asian Age: Mumbai
Twenty three war disabled retired Army personnel as well as ex-servicemen will participate in the Mumbai Marathon that will take place today. While the participation of 13 disabled retired army personnel is being coordinated by War Wounded Foundation, an NGO and is aimed at improving awareness among the general public about the large community of war-disabled personnel, 10 disabled servicemen and ex-servicemen from Paraplegic Rehabilitation Centre of Command Hospital, Pune will also participating in the 2.4 kilometre Champions With Disability race of the marathon. Speaking to The Asian Age a day ahead of the marathon, the war veterans appeared energetic and excited about the impending race. Ranvir Singh, 55, from Haryana is set to take part for the fifth time in the six kilometre Dream Run. Hoshiyar Singh, 47, of Bhiwani, Haryana said he was participating in the marathon for the first time and said he chose to run because the people of Mumbai are very united and very helpful to each other. Captain P. ...
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