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BWSSB grievance redressal meet 7.1.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
BWSSB grievance redressal meet
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AMC’s ‘Vibrant’ show, will ink MoUs of Rs20,000 crore 7.1.2013 DNA: India
Ahmedabad civic body will sign investment intention proposals of around Rs20,000 crore in real sectors like real estate development and infrastructure projects.
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Bad roads take the sheen off Indiranagar 7.1.2013 DNA: Top News
There are similar potholes on the Indiranagar 80 Feet Road, but what makes travelling on this road worse, is the sewage that has been spilling on to the road for over a month now.
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No more talks with ultras in future: MHA 7.1.2013 The Assam Tribune
No more talks with ultras in future: MHA
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Mumbai's Deonar dump to ‘fume’ for another year 7.1.2013 DNA: Top News
Civic body officials have hinted that sporadic fires will continue to erupt at the city’s oldest dumping ground at Deonar due to the burning of methane gas.
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Mumbai university re-lays its ground, WR fears flooding at Churchgate 7.1.2013 DNA: Mumbai
WR’s engineering department that oversees all its civil works has expressed fear that the re-laying of the ground surface with a fresh coat of mud would increase its height in comparison to the tracks at the entrance of Churchgate station.
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Deonar row: Methane leak is deliberate, says NGO 7.1.2013 DNA: Mumbai
The civic body is deliberately allowing large quantities of methane gas to be leaked out of the Deonar dumping ground in order to build a case in favour of allowing the full opening of the controversial Kanjurmarg dump, Vanashakti has alleged.
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Deonar row: Chembur residents scoff at civic body’s efforts 7.1.2013 DNA: Mumbai
Their reaction can be attributed to the difference between what the civic body says and what really happens, they say.
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Water supply resumes 6.1.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Water supply resumes
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Finally, KMC says yes to water meters 6.1.2013 TOI: Calcutta Times
Finally, KMC says yes to water meters
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Water supply in many Delhi areas to be hit 5.1.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Water supply in many Delhi areas to be hit
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Debris cleared on Ranga Rao Road: BWSSB 5.1.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Debris cleared on Ranga Rao Road: BWSSB
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Compromise on car wash. Water is scarce 5.1.2013 DNA: Top News
Civic agency warns vehicle owners and service centres about ‘criminal’ act.
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Nagarjuna gets Rs 583 cr orders in India, Sri Lanka 5.1.2013 Projects Monitor
Nagarjuna gets Rs 583 cr orders in India, Sri Lanka
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Maharashtra Pollution Control Board notice to Nagpur Improvement Trust for polluting Gorewada Lake 5.1.2013 Nagpur News, Nagpur City News | Cities News - Times of India
Maharashtra Pollution Control Board notice to Nagpur Improvement Trust for polluting Gorewada Lake
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Ten years on, incomplete sewerage project leaves residents fuming 5.1.2013 Hindu: Home
For over 10 years now, Ambattur residents have been waiting for sewerage connections, as the underground drainage project in their locality is yet to be completed. Residents say they continu...
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Nepal focuses on management of Wash projects to tackle child diarrhoea 4.1.2013 The Guardian -- World Latest
Fragmented and misdirected investment in water and sanitation has hindered the fight against the disease, say practitioners Insufficient, fragmented and misdirected investment in the water and sanitation sector has hindered the fight against diarrhoea, leaving it one of Nepal's leading child killers despite hundreds of millions of dollars having been invested, say practitioners. While health programming has helped reduce the severity and fatality of diarrhoea among children below the age of five, the percentage of children affected by it in Nepal has not budged in almost a decade, remaining at a stubbornly high 14%. A major cholera epidemic in 2009 affected over 70,000 people in 27 of the country's 75 districts, killing almost 380. Since then, an average 3,500 children under five are hit by diarrhoea outbreaks every year, resulting in 50 deaths (1.4% fatality rate), according to government statistics. Worldwide, nine out of 10 deaths due to diarrhoea are traced to unsafe water, ...
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Gas pipeline work lags 4.1.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Gas pipeline work lags
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Kochi-Bangalore gas pipeline work lags 4.1.2013 Hindu: States
GAIL plans alternative route to link Mangalore with gas grid
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Grievance redressal meets 3.1.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Grievance redressal meets
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