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Category: Dam Collapse
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Eagle's Eye: India likely to compensate Nepal 2.12.2009 Central Chronicle
Eagle's Eye: India likely to compensate Nepal
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Climate change causing soil erosion in Sunderbans delta 2.12.2009 Oneindia.in: News
Sunderbans (WB), Dec 2 (ANI): Global warming and rising sea levels are submerging land in Sunderbans delta, one of the most vulnerable ecological zones in the world.
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Farmers seek release of water to save standing paddy crop 2.12.2009 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
“Breach of agreement reached in presence of PWD officials”
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Crocodiles in Amaravathi terrorise villagers 30.11.2009 New Indian Express
Crocodiles in Amaravathi terrorise villagers
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Water supply project nearing final stage 28.11.2009 New Indian Express
Water supply project nearing final stage
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JICA Project inching towards final stage 28.11.2009 New Indian Express
JICA Project inching towards final stage
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Humanity gets a makeover in Lalan Phakir 27.11.2009 New Kerala: West Bengal
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'Unfair' protest policing condemned 25.11.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Senior inspector warns police risk losing public consent and calls for return to 19th-century style of minimal force Senior police officers could lose the consent of the British public unless they abandon misguided approaches to public protests that are considered "unfair, aggressive and inconsistent", an inquiry has found. Denis O'Connor, the chief inspector of constabulary, used a landmark report into public order policing to criticise heavy-handed tactics, which he said threatened to alienate the public and infringe the right to protest. The report, published today, called for a softening of the approach and urged a return to the "British model" of policing, first defined by 19th-century Conservative prime minister Sir Robert Peel. O'Connor advocated an "approachable, impartial, accountable style of policing based on minimal force and anchored in public consent". The initial reaction from protest groups was positive. A lawyer from environmental organisation Climate Camp, believed to ...
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Bhagirath's Ganga now flows dirty 25.11.2009 TOI: All Headlines
Bhagirath's Ganga now flows dirty
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Authorities await funding approval for anti-erosion work 25.11.2009 The Statesman
Authorities await funding approval for anti-erosion work
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Going against the flow 24.11.2009 Hindustan Times: Views
The people of the Brahmaputra Valley within India will laud Delhi’s efforts to protect their downstream riparian rights vis-à-vis Chinese plans on the Brahmaputra. But what about the dams in the northeast? Neeraj Vagholikar elaborates.
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Kosi wreaks havoc in Bihar 24.11.2009 Central Chronicle
Kosi wreaks havoc in Bihar
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Kosi engulfs fresh areas in Bihar 24.11.2009 Central Chronicle
Kosi engulfs fresh areas in Bihar
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Indonesia dam burst: toll rises to 93 24.11.2009 Central Chronicle
Indonesia dam burst: toll rises to 93
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Indonesian dam burst toll reaches 98 24.11.2009 Central Chronicle
Indonesian dam burst toll reaches 98
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Last phase of SL war killed 6,200 troops 24.11.2009 Central Chronicle
Last phase of SL war killed 6,200 troops
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State Pulse: Bihar: Rs 14cr relief sought for flood victims 24.11.2009 Central Chronicle
State Pulse: Bihar: Rs 14cr relief sought for flood victims
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M'periyar dam in a highly critical state: Kerala 24.11.2009 Central Chronicle
M'periyar dam in a highly critical state: Kerala
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Rain gives a miss again; mercury surges 24.11.2009 Central Chronicle
Rain gives a miss again; mercury surges
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Bihar flood hits over 200,000 24.11.2009 Central Chronicle
Bihar flood hits over 200,000
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