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Adrift and rudderless in Kanniyakumari 17.12.2017 Hindu: Chennai
The trail of devastation that Ockhi left in Kanniyakumari district has been unprecedented. While the district will take a while to get back to normalcy, it is the fishing community that seems to be the worst hit, losing near and dear and breadwinners, as well as the tools of its trade — the boats and the nets.
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Commissioned by courtier 16.12.2017 Hindu: Home
Ponuganti Telanganarya crafted the first acha Telugu work for Ibrahim Qutb Shah’s courtier Abdul Qadir Amin Khan
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Saving lake and livelihood 15.12.2017 Hindu: Kerala
Fishermen have removed hundreds of sacks of plastics from Vembanad
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The fire of resilience 14.12.2017 Hindu: Arts
An entire fishing village coming together to shield the neighbouring cafes is a story worth telling the world
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Sentosa’s SEA Aquarium, Singapore: everything fishy 14.12.2017 Hindu: Travel
Wave at cheerful dolphins and stare down a shark at the South East Asia (SEA) Aquarium
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Bala Vikasa founders honoured 14.12.2017 Hindu: News
Bala Theresa Singareddy and her husband Andre Gingras were awarded the “Meritorious Service Decoration” award by Governor General of Canada.Ms. Bala Theresa Singareddy, a native of Reddypalem, in Wara...
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CM’s Sadhana Sambrahma Yatre in Basavakalyan today 13.12.2017 Hindu: News
Chief Minister Siddaramaiah will launch Sadhana Sambrahma Yatre, a month-long State tour from Basavakalyan in Bidar district on Wednesday, announcing new schemes, laying foundation stones for new proj...
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A year after Vardah, what has Chennai learned? 12.12.2017 Hindu: Home
A year ago, Vardah swept through Chennai. After a spate of meetings, workshops and tree planting rallys, what has the city learned?
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Gujarat: Congress leader and his wife found dead in house, suicide suspected 11.12.2017 DNA: Opinion
On Monday morning, Gujarat Congress leader Haresh Moradia and his wife Ramleela Moradia were found dead inside their house in Rajkot. Primary investigation of police revealed that two had committed suicide by consuming poison.  As per the police, the incident came to light at around 11 am after one of the neighbours of  Moradia's informed the police. During the investigation, it was revealed that in the morning, Moradia's house water tank was overflowing. When the neighbours tried to inform the couple, they didn't open the door.  The neighbours who are also friends with Moradia sensed something suspicious and entered the house from the balcony and found the couple dead.  Immediately the Bhaktinagar police of Rajkot were informed. As per V.K Gadhvi, Inspector of Bhaktinagar police station, "Primary investigation revealed that the couple had committed suicide by consuming poison. We have also recovered the poison bottle from near the bodies  The reason behind the suicide is yet to found, we suspect there ...
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This time, last year a cyclone raged 11.12.2017 Hindu: Youth
A year ago, Vardah swept through Chennai. After a spate of meetings, workshops and tree planting rallys, what has the city learned?
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Muslims, Jains and Dalits extend support to Lingayat cause 11.12.2017 தி இந்து - முகப்பு
‘Basaveshwara’s ideals largely match with the belief of Islam and Ambedkar’
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New tanks in fourth phase of Mission Kakatiya 11.12.2017 Hindu: News
First stage approval given for 10 new minor irrigation tanks so far
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Mothe’s water woes to end soon? 11.12.2017 Hindu: Cities
Officials say Godavari water will be diverted to CM’s adopted village in 15 days
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Woman kills self with 2-yr-old girl 10.12.2017 DNA: Urban Tales
In a tragic case, a woman took her life and that of a two-year-old daughter by jumping into a water tank in the Ratnali Nadi village of Bhimda in Baitu police station area of Barmer district. Although reason behind suicide is not clear, the villagers said that the woman was mentally ill. According to the police, Chandravati w/o Prahalad Ram, resident of Ratnali Nadi of Bhimda village of Baitu, was going for a condolence meeting at her relative’s place with some women. However, Chandravati was left behind. When the other women looked back, they did not find her. When women looked in a water tank they found Chandravati and her daughter struggling to remain afloat. The women shouted for help and the villagers pulled them out and took them to Bhimda Hospital where they were declared dead. The family members brought both bodies to the house and informed the police. Article ...
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Venkaiah happy overrapid development of his adopted village 9.12.2017 Hindu: National
Interacts with villagers of Chepaluppada
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I see myself as a chronicler of land, says photographer Arati Kumar-Rao 9.12.2017 Hindu: Crafts
She gave up a cushy corporate job to make a career of environmental writing
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Most Puducherry lakes boast of brimming storage 8.12.2017 Hindu: Cities
Officials assess the damage to Commandamedu bed dam wall that was breached on the Cuddalore side
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State govt., corporate houses sign 34 MoUs to develop villages 7.12.2017 Hindu: Home
Big businesses commit ₹335 crore for social development in State
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Building collapse toll up 7.12.2017 Hindu: Home
Narayanasamy visits Thondamanatham, gets hostile reception
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Crowdsourcing heritage list, the democratic way 6.12.2017 deccanherald.com
Citizens identify and compile a comprehensive list of heritage buildings, structures and traditions in every BBMP ward. The list then gets filtered, analysed and routed to the state government for formulating a planned heritage conservation strategy. This is the big idea behind a new public campaign slowly gaining traction, both offline and online. Conceptualised as part of the #HeritageBeku campaign, this crowdsourcing initiative is about democratising heritage conservation, a bottom-up approach. "Unless you have lived in a particular place/ward, you will never notice the heritage value of the location. It could be a building, a tree, a lake or even a location rooted in local history," explains civic activist Priya Chetty-Rajagopal. Compilation of the heritage list will take two routes: A formal approach that involves the ward corporator, and an informal, participatory route where active citizens are invited to share their list. "The plan is to get citizens who want to be on the ward committees lead ...
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