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SP MLAs want return gift on Mulayam's birthday 21.11.2014 Lucknow News, Lucknow City News | Cities News - Times of India
Samajwadi Party MLAs want a return gift on the 75th birthday of SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav — a salary ...
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Maradu Plant to Quench City’s Thirst from January 21.11.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Annual Exhibition at School 21.11.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Naidu to leave for Japan on Nov 24 21.11.2014 Hyderabad News, Hyderabad City News | Cities News - Times of India
A tight business schedule awaits chief minister Chandrababu Naidu during his five-day visit to Japan beginning November 24. This will be his second in the series of visits to far eastern countries, the first being his Singapore trip last ...
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Gomti set for rejuvenation, to be refilled through Indira Canal 21.11.2014 TOI: Lucknow Times
UP government is planning to feed clean water from Indira Canal to the drying Gomti through an aquaduct ahead of ...
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Palair has all the makings of a hub 20.11.2014 Hindu: National
Telangana government plans to make it a centre of cage fish culture. There are around 14,000 members enrolled in as many as 184 fishermen cooperative societies in the district.
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Ensuring women's access to safe toilets is 'moral' imperative: Ban 20.11.2014 Sify News
With one out of three women worldwide lacking access to safe toilets, it is a moral imperative to end open defecation to ensure women and girls are not at risk of assault and rape simply because they lack a sanitation facility, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged on World Toilet Day on Nov 19.
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SCB faces acute water shortage 20.11.2014 Hindu: News
With bore wells running dry, residents say the dependence on supplied water has increased
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Bifurcation blues continue to stalk ceded villages 20.11.2014 Hindu: News
The Telangana government reportedly withdrew power supply for the drinking water schemes to the villages
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Re-establishing the connect with Yamuna 19.11.2014 Deccan Herald - New Delhi
The pollution level in river Yamuna has been a major issue of concern for decades. Several research works have been done and whopping amounts of money sanctioned to clean the river. Unfortunately, it was good money and effort down the drain...quite literally! But since last January, a group of students and faculty at the University Of Virginia School Of Architecture have been working on a three-year academic project to come up with urban design speculations that have the potential for re-establishing vital connections between New Delhi and the Yamuna. With over 2,000 man-hours of research effort already invested and scores of students and faculty visiting Delhi during their semesters, they are collectively trying to create a sort of 'creative commons' or Wikipedia of several out-of-the-box, yet pragmatic, perspectives on restoring Yamuna to its past glory. These students are hosting this massive research at a two-week exhibition 'Re-Centering Delhi' at the Embassy of Switzerland. The research has been ...
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Every poisonous breath we take... 19.11.2014 Deccan Herald - New Delhi
Satpal Singh was forced to make a stop at a water storage facility, before leaving for work on Wednesday morning after he found the tap water at his flat full of mud. The water storage unit, a facility of the Delhi Jal Board (DJB), provides water to several areas in south-east Delhi, including the posh Kalkaji locality where Singh and many more like him believe that the muddy water is one of the problems faced by people due to the dust that envelops the entire area. "There are times when water purification units installed at our homes fail to filter the water," Singh told Metrolife while standing guard at the 15,000 litre water storage tank. A DJB official who was busy pouring chlorine into the same tank said that two-three litres of the chemical has to be mixed in the water to ensure it is fit for usage. "The water does not have a great quality and the dust makes it worse. Even though the storage unit is foolproof and there are hardly any chances of external toxic agents entering into the tank, the dust ...
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Phailin’s devastates Chilika ecosystem 19.11.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Phailin’s devastates Chilika ecosystem
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Two water contamination deaths: Borewell culprit in Sankheda tragedy 19.11.2014 Vadodara - City - The Times of India
Contaminated water from a borewell had claimed the lives of two persons and led to a gastroenteritis and cholera outbreak at Sankheda in Chhota Udepur district last week.
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India to launch American buoy in Bay of Bengal to study weather pattern 19.11.2014 Hindu: S & T
Scientists are set to sail from Chennai on November 24 towards a point in the Bay of Bengal, 300 km east of Kolkata, which receives the highest rainfall in the Indian Ocean.
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Women drinking less water to avoid using public loos more prone to UTI 19.11.2014 DNA: Bangalore
Women drinking less water to avoid using public loos more prone to UTI
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Ad metre: Panel loves the swig of Kinley, washes its hands of Wipro Safewash 19.11.2014 ET: Brand Equity
Truth serums are a lot more easily available than previously imagined and what worked in the 80s may just crash and burn in the 2000s.
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Students, Folk Group, Organise Street Play to Create Awareness on Sanitation 19.11.2014 The New Indian Express - Education - http://newindianexpress.com/education/
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Gorewada Lake level at all time low 19.11.2014 Nagpur News, Nagpur City News | Cities News - Times of India
Gorewada Lake level at all time low
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ESR report confirms city’s scary water environment 19.11.2014 Nagpur News, Nagpur City News | Cities News - Times of India
ESR report confirms city’s scary water environment
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Sanitation issues affecting economies of developing nations 18.11.2014 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Nov 18 : Inadequate sanitation is affecting the economies of South-East Asian countries and improving the same would be an effective way to reduce these losses, the World Health Organization (WHO) said Tuesday.
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