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Expect a bold & accelerated reforms era: Market pundits 13.3.2017 All Markets Stories
Investors may hike exposure to stocks, gain from impending rally; Consumption, infra, to do well
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Foreign hands could fix frothing Varthur and Bellandur lakes 13.3.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Foreign hands could fix frothing Varthur and Bellandur lakes
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Volkswagen pleads guilty in US, trouble looms in Europe 13.3.2017 News
It agreed to pay $4.3 bn in civil and criminal penalties in case brought by Justice Department
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Threat of typhoid fever epidemic looms large over Wagoora 13.3.2017 The Tribune
SRINAGAR: The threat of typhoid and hepatitis epidemic looms large in Wagoora tehsil of Baramulla district as people are being supplied unsafe drinking water.
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Industry in TN too left high and dry 12.3.2017 BusinessLine - News
The industry in Tamil Nadu is feeling the impact of the water shortage even ahead of the peak summer season. Large units such as SPIC and Tamil Nadu Newsprint and Papers Ltd have even had to shut dow...
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The woman who brought drinking water, toilets to a lost panchayat 11.3.2017 Hindu: National
Mazharkodi Dhanasekar has a radiant smile and is keen to talk about her achievements, which, as it emerges, are considerable: Building 650 toilets and making her panchayat in southern Tamil Nadu free...
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The woman who brought drinking water, toilets to a lost panchayat 11.3.2017 All Current Affairs Stories
The story is about Mazharkodi Dhanasekar, who did wonders for her panchayat
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Exorcism deaths: Kids mother booked for murder 11.3.2017 TOI: Chandigarh Times
Police on Friday slapped murder charges against the mother of two children who died of exorcism at Kotfatta village in Bathinda district on Wednesday night. She has not been formally arrested but police questioned from her about her role in killings.
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Centre notifies 21 blocks to regulate groundwater 11.3.2017 The Tribune
CHANDIGARH: Agriculture Minister Om Prakash Dhankar has said that Central Ground Water Authority (CGWA), New Delhi, has notified 21 blocks to regulate groundwater development in the state.
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Dialysis unit has no UPS 11.3.2017 Hindu: Cities
Employees say the unit has been functioning without an RO plant
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Water projects: Chief secy summoned over slow work 10.3.2017 TOI: Jaipur
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Power generation hit at fourth unit 10.3.2017 Hindu: Home
Besides obsolete technology, water crisis disrupts power generation at TTPS
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Uttar Pradesh: drought of solutions to a flood of challenges 10.3.2017 Downtoearth
Poor health infrastructure, energy poverty and agrarian crisis are jostling each other to garner attention of new government
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‘Potatoes likely to survive in Mars’ 9.3.2017 BusinessLine - News
Study shows the veggie tolerates soil salinity, drought
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Potatoes can be grown on Mars: study 9.3.2017
Potatoes can be grown even in the extreme environment of Mars, according to a new study that has implications for future manned missions to the red planet as well as helping people survive in harsh climates on Earth. The International Potato Centre (CIP) in Peru launched a series of experiments to discover if potatoes can grow under Mars atmospheric conditions and thereby prove they are also able to grow in extreme climates on Earth. The Phase Two effort of CIP's proof of concept experiment to grow potatoes in simulated Martian conditions began in February last year when a tuber was planted in a specially constructed CubeSat by researchers from University of Engineering and Technology (UTEC) in Peru. The Potatoes on Mars project was conceived by CIP to both understand how potatoes might grow in Mars conditions and also see how they survive in the extreme conditions similar to what parts of the world already suffering from climate change and weather shocks are already experiencing. "Growing crops under ...
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84 per cent people lack access to clean drinking water in Pakistan 9.3.2017
Islamabad: About 84 per cent of Pakistanis donot have access to safe drinking water, a minister said in Islamabad. The startling disclosure was made by Minister for Science and Technology Rana Tanvir Hussain in the Senate, the upper house of parliament, yesterday, according to the Dawn newspaper. Hussain said according to a study by Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources (PCRWR), only 72 per cent water supply schemes in the country were functional and 84 per cent of those had supplied water that was not fit for consumption. About 84 per cent of the total 195 million population in Pakistan do not have access to safe drinking water. The water from 14 per cent of supply sources in Sindh and Punjab were found to be heavily contaminated with arsenic, well above the permissible limit of 50 parts per billion, Hussain said. He said Rs 279 million had been spent on the project Provision of Safe Drinking Water over the past four years. As part of the project, six regional water quality laboratories, under ...
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Father-grandma electric shock exorcism kills kids 9.3.2017 TOI: Chandigarh Times
A resident of a Bathinda village and his mother administered electric shocks to his two children to exorcise them, leading to their death on Wednesday night.
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Meet the hundreds of officials Trump has placed across the government 9.3.2017 News
These officials will serve as his eyes and ears at major federal agency like the Pentagon
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Will Porur lake water turn out to be potable? 9.3.2017
Chennai: Faced with the Herculean task of providing drinking water to Chennaiites during this summer, water managers associated with the Chennai metro water board are now awaiting results of water samples collected from Porur lake. In the last three weeks, metro water engineers have collected water samples from at least 9 water bodies, including the abandoned quarries near Tirusulam and Mangaadu. On Wednesday the team led by Chennai metro water supply and sewerage board managing director V. Arun Roy visited the Porur lake to check out the feasibility of treating the lake water so that the harvested water can be put to drinking water purpose. According to metro water sources installation of a temporary water treatment plant is underway and the water samples obtained from the plant will soon be sent to the Guindy Kings Institute to ascertain the quality of water. If the results are positive for public consumption the lake has a potential to provide 4 million litres of water per day prolonging up to a ...
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84% Pakistanis lack access to clean drinking water 8.3.2017 Hindu: News
About 84% Pakistanis do not have access to safe drinking water, a Minister said in Islamabad. The startling disclosure was made by Minister for Science and Technology Rana Tanvir Hussain in the Senat...
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