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'Smallholder farmers are on the front lines of climate change' 13.10.2016 Downtoearth
After winning the Africa Food Prize 2016 for his advocacy to place smallholder farmers at centre of agricultural agenda, Kanayo F Nwanze explains how betterment of the community is necessary for world's food security 
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Illegal mining: Cauvery robbed of its sand, natural flow 13.10.2016 Downtoearth
Sand mined from Cauvery is being transported to Kerala and sold for very high prices
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Crop Burning: Punjab and Haryana’s killer fields 12.10.2016 Downtoearth
Punjab produces about 19-20 million tonnes of paddy straw and about 85-90 per cent of this paddy straw is burnt in the field
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Report urges sustainable infrastructure development to fight climate change 7.10.2016 Downtoearth
The global South will account for roughly two-thirds of infrastructure investment worth US $ 4 trillion per year. Asian and African nations need infrastructure to improve access to basic services, drive development and meet the needs of urbanising populations
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Queen of Katwe movie review: A film with the warmest happily ever after 7.10.2016 Movie Review – The Indian Express
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Behaviour change at many levels needed to make India open defecation-free 6.10.2016 Downtoearth
National Consultation on Rural Sanitation calls for triggering mindset change, but lack of credible data on health and sanitation is a challenge
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How to tame the mosquito 5.10.2016 Downtoearth
India does not have to bear the onslaught of vector-borne diseases year after year. It is possible to control mosquitoes that spread these diseases
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World Food Day: our agriculture must keep pace with changing climate 5.10.2016 Downtoearth
To feed the world, agriculture, along with forestry, fisheries and livestock, needs to become more resilient and productive
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Swords and skewers at Thailand’s gruesome vegetarian festival 5.10.2016 Lifestyle Gallery – The Indian Express
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Marathwada floods: at least 12 killed; crops worth Rs 500 crore damaged 4.10.2016 Downtoearth
Floods affected 1,700 villages and also claimed lives of 183 animals
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After long defiance, Karnataka agrees to release Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu 4.10.2016 Downtoearth
The decision was taken after recent bouts of rain improved the water levels in the Cauvery basin
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Not yet clean 1.10.2016 Downtoearth
Swachh Bharat Mission completes two years, but India is far from achieving its goal.
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Agricultural mechanisation can be sustainable in sub-Saharan Africa 29.9.2016 Downtoearth
A Food and Agriculture Organization report says mechanisation of farms in Africa can be achieved in conjunction with the Save and Grow technique
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Ugandan farmers going commercial way in apple production 29.9.2016 Downtoearth
Currently, the Uganda government is promoting apple production under the National Agricultural Advisory services programme in the highlands of Kabale, Kisoro and Kanungu districts
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Crab fattening: a business opportunity through climate change adaptation 29.9.2016 Downtoearth
The cyclone-affected in Bangladesh have found a lucrative source of income in crab farming
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Native Americans protest over ecologically damaging pipeline project in US 28.9.2016 Downtoearth
The proposed pipeline would jeopardise the Missouri River—source of drinking water—and also disturb the sacred sites
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War zone Cauvery 28.9.2016 Downtoearth
Karnataka and Tamil Nadu are once again at loggerheads over the sharing of the Cauvery waters. Why have the successive agreements failed to resolve the century-long dispute?
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How does water dictate India's relations with neighbours? 27.9.2016 Downtoearth
China’s dam-building and water division plans along the Brahmaputra River are a source of tension with India
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India, Pakistan and dilemma over Indus treaty abrogation 26.9.2016 Downtoearth
Experts are wallowing in a debate on whether India should review the treaty to teach the enemy state a lesson
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Hyderabad: Incessant rains bring normal life to standstill, high alert sounded 23.9.2016 Picture Gallery Others – The Indian Express
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