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Affordable housing: A route to dodge the downturn 22.10.2011 syndication.indianexpress.com
As buyers defer purchase decisions and with the realty sector witnessing a continued slowdown, demand can be spurred only by reducing prices
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Manesar is more than New Gurgaon 30.7.2011 syndication.indianexpress.com
Manesar shows promise as an upcoming urban centre, and is emerging as a favoured realty destination for both the wealthy investor and the bargain seeker.
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Delhi queer march for pride 4.7.2011 GovernanceNow: Photo Story
On Saturday, July 2, the national capital's queers gathered at Jantar Mantar to celebrate the third anniversary of the Delhi high court ruling that decriminalised homosexuality. The spirit of...
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Of eminent women 28.6.2011 Hindu: Book Review
Grand plans for the Ganga 9.2.2011 India Together - Environment

The World Bank and the Government have developed an extensive program of redevelopment for the Ganga basin, but thus far the scheme remains devoid of people's participation. Shripad Dharmadhikary reports.
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Agitation looms in Kerala over National Highway widening 29.9.2010 India Together - Economy

A massive agitation is brewing in Kerala against the proposed widening of Natonal Highways 47 and 17. It is spearheaded by the NH47- NH17 Joint Action Council. P N Venugopal examines their case.
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Tamil issue to dominate Rajapaksa's talks 10.6.2010 Doordarshan
The visting Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa on Wednesday met President Pratibha Devisingh Patil and was given ceremonial reception at the Rashtrapati Bhavan.
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Congress says Babri razing was 'cold-blooded conspiracy' 9.12.2009 India E-News: Asia
The Congress Wednesday accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its allied groups of resorting to a 'cold-blooded conspiracy' to demolish the Babri mosque in 1992.
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Muslim MPs call for sanity in resolving Ayodhya row 9.12.2009 India E-News: Asia
Two Muslim MPs made an impassioned plea in the Rajya Sabha Wednesday for sanity in resolving the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid row in Ayodhya.
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Harness urban opportunity 15.7.2009 Mint: Latest
Every rupee of investment in the urban sector is productive—it boosts economic activity and multiplies jobs
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The spirits of Mumbai's cars 5.7.2009 India Together - Economy

Whether the Bandra-Worli sealink will reduce the travel time across the city remains to be seen. But it isn't doing anything to dampen the growing dependence of our cities on private transport, writes Darryl D'Monte.
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M J Akbar: Does justice matter after 17 years? 5.7.2009 TOI: Columnists
M J Akbar: Does justice matter after 17 years?
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The Russians were coming 30.6.2009 syndication.indianexpress.com
In the late-eighties Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi met Gorbachev and it was decided that Indo-Soviet trade would be doubled.
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Rebuilding old cities 14.3.2009 syndication.indianexpress.com
More and safer houses. That''s what most of India''s old but developed cities need urgently today.
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Public risk, private profit 14.3.2009 India Together - Environment

The CERC is mandated with balancing the interests of power generation companies and their consumers. But it appears that its new regulations are heavily skewed against the latter. Shripad Dharmadhikary reports.
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Lessons up the hill 31.10.2008 India Together - Environment

An empowered committee of the Supreme Court calls for the blacklisting a construction firm in Himachal Pradesh, after noting that state officials probably connived with the developer in violating conservation and development laws. Kanchi Kohli reports.
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Nagpur cargo hub plan drives villagers desparate 12.10.2008 India Together
Maharashtra's Vilasrao Deshmukh-government is asking the private sector not to go about acquiring land for projects if the farmers are opposed. Shivangaon is the hypocritical face of the state government itself. Jaideep Hardikar reports.
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Skip the loo, my darling 25.8.2008 India Together
Things are looking up says a beaming Usha Chaumar, 33, formerly a manual scavenger. "We make pickles, vermicelli and 'papad' (spicy savouries) at home, too, which gets us an additional income of around Rs 2,000 per month." Renu Rakesh has more.
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Tiger census results may sharpen conservation debate 20.12.2007 India Together - Environment

The formal count of the number of tigers in India's 28 tiger reserves is expected to be announced on 31 December 2007. The report could help formulate policies of land use as well as accentuate the debate on rehabilitation of forest dwellers in favour of wildlife conservation, writes Malini Shankar.
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More accidents at dam sites 23.10.2007 India Together - Environment

Bureaucratic control of river flow by a single agency is responsible for recurring disasters. The management of ageing dams is driven by fear as much as anything else, and this in turn causes other risks. Himanshu Upadhyaya reports.
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