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Modi's US visit: How PM can bolster Trump's Presidency, add to his wins 24.6.2017 News
With Modi likely to win re-election in 2019, the US should take advantage of his good standing
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Agricultural pits: Scheme extended to Malnad, coastal districts 24.6.2017 Hindu: Home
It will help farmers conserve water: Krishna Byre Gowda
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Modi works on India’s Europe pivot 23.6.2017 TOI: India
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How an Indian tree is fighting climate change in the Maghreb 23.6.2017 Hindu: Home
In the fight against water scarcity and desertification, the Acacias for All project is working to raise awareness amongst farmers of new and profitable ways of improving soil quality. One such method is the cultivation of the moringa tree, an Asian acacia.
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Making cities food-smart and secure 23.6.2017 HBL: Opinion
Urban agriculture can get around some of the challenges ever-burgeoning cities will face in the near future
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Combating soil pollution vital for addressing climate change 23.6.2017 Downtoearth
Soil pollution refers to the presence of chemicals in soils that are either out of place or at higher-than-normal concentrations
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India may become 2-4 degrees celsius warmer: Study 22.6.2017 Business Standard: Front Page Headlines
But India simply cannot afford to ignore the new health and livelihood challenges
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India's coast depends on a line that Modi govt is treating as a 'secret' 22.6.2017 Latest News
High Tide Line is geospatial demarcation of the highest point reached by rising tide along the coast
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Will Amazon's Whole Foods deal go the same way as L'Oreal and Body Shop? 22.6.2017 News
Amazon's mission is to build a place where people can find 'anything they might want to buy online'
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Scientists rescue samples of melting Bolivian glacier for posterity 21.6.2017 DNA: Evolutions
A team of international scientists are transporting samples of ice from a melting glacier in Bolivia to Antarctica, for study and preservation before the glacier disappears.
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Colourful corals in the Red Sea resistant to high temperatures 21.6.2017 Hindu: Energy & Environment
However, they face other risks like fertilisers, pesticides and oil pollution
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NASA discovers 10 new Earth-size exoplanets 20.6.2017 Technology – The Indian Express
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China includes CPEC in scientific expedition to Tibet 19.6.2017 The Shillong Times
Beijing: China has included the controversial USD 50 billion China Pakistan Economic Corridor in its second scientific expedition to the 4,000-metre-high Qinghai-Tibet plateau to study changes in climate and environment over the past decades in the region. The expedition will also take scientists to a pass linking to south Asia, state-run Xinhua news agency reported. […]
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Both climate leader and oil giant? A Norwegian paradox 19.6.2017 Latest News
Norway's big electric push on cars does not mean the nation is abandoning fossil fuels
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China includes CPEC in scientific expedition to Tibet 18.6.2017 Hindu: Home
The last expedition of similar scale in Qinghai-Tibet plateau was conducted in the 1970s
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Natural calamities in Asia, Pacific threat to infra: ADB 18.6.2017 ET: Infrastructure
India's future infrastructure investment requirements rise to 8.8 per cent of the gross domestic product (GDP) when adjusted for climate resilience, ADB said.
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Natural calamities in Asia, Pacific threat to infra: ADB 18.6.2017 DNA: Evolutions
Asia and Pacific countries, including India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, need to thwart challenges posed by natural calamities that have been taking toll on their infrastructure, ADB has said.
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China includes CPEC in scientific expedition to Tibet 18.6.2017 The Tribune
Beijing, June 18 China has included the controversial US$ 50 billion China Pakistan Economic Corridor in its second scientific expedition to the 4,000-metre-high Qinghai-Tibet plateau to study changes in climate, biodiversity and environment over the past decades in the region. (Follow  The Tribune on Facebook ; and  Twitter @thetribunechd ) The expedition will also take scientists to a pass linking to south Asia, state-run Xinhua news agency reported. The US$ 50 billion CPEC passes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), over which India has conveyed its protests to China. The area covers Karakoram mountain ranges, including the Siachen glacier. The last expedition of similar scale in Qinghai-Tibet plateau, regarded as roof of the world, was conducted in the 1970s. This time, the expedition will last five to 10 years and the first stop will be Serling Tso, a 2,391-square-km lake that was confirmed to have replaced the Buddhist holy lake Namtso as Tibet's largest in 2014. In the coming months, the ...
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China launches scientific mission to Tibet, will include visit to CPEC 18.6.2017 The Asian Age | Home
The last expedition of similar scale in Tibet, regarded as roof of the world was conducted in the 1970s.
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China begins scientific expedition to Tibet, will include visit to CPEC 18.6.2017
Beijing: China has launched a scientific expedition to the 4,000-metre-high Qinghai-Tibet plateau, which will also include a visit to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), to study changes in climate, biodiversity and environment over the past decades in region. The expedition will also take scientists to a pass linking to south Asia, state run Xinhua news agency reported. The USD 50 billion CPEC passes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (POK), over which India has conveyed its protests to China. The area covers Karakoram mountain ranges including Siachen glacier. The last expedition of similar scale in Tibet, regarded as roof of the world was conducted in the 1970s. This time, the expedition will last five to 10 years and the first stop will be Serling Tso, a 2,391-square-km lake that was confirmed to have replaced the Buddhist holy lake Namtso as Tibet’s largest in 2014. In the coming months, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) will take more than 100 scientists to the lake area and the origin ...
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